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"amy pond" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast
"Talk some more modern who with my wonderful friend my fellow phantom zone co host and someone who gets frustrated with the flash tv series. Just as much as i do dj. Nick how're you doing. Dick wanna see it. I chose this picture theology. Polonium pedia benicio. Oh wait a minute. Sorry i guess the todd translation matrix didn't work chocolate. You understand what i was saying there. Yeah yeah totally totally. I think maybe the toronto. I feel like i need subtitles. Yes obviously like a clint eastwood leaving. Cleave dubbing yeah. I think i just think that our the transportation matrix was offer a moment they got to a blip now but it was but it was the lacy mo. Thank you think. I'd be able to speak this language having lived here all my life. But he's certainly better than ideal but yeah super super happy to be here with you know. Been a while since i've had a chance to talks doctor who so. Thank you very much for having me on today. Yeah last time. You're on we talked. Alex invasion earth twenty one fifty ad. We had a lot of with that one didn't we. We're good old pizza. Yes yes it was. So i appreciate you coming on this time. We we had a little hole in the schedule because sadly someone dropped out for very understandable reasons so i really appreciate you filling in and we you know. This is an episode that we talked about possibly doing so. It makes perfect sense. So here at episode thirty to nicaragua talking the vampires of venice or at least the vampires of cratia filling in for venice as we'll discuss i guess maybe it's expensive. Maybe to film in venice i dunno. I mean they're apparently there is a reason. Cover that my trivia. Oh great yeah thank you. Please do charles. I did do a little homework on that. So if the source that. I got this information from his accurate. I'll tell you why so. This was the sixth episode of series five from two thousand ten written by toby whitehouse. Who wrote the previous episode school reunion. Which of course re sarah jane smith to a whole new generation of doctor who fans so cheers at one of my favorite stories from the david tennant era also responsible for the god complex and a town called mercy in the peter. Cappelli era stories under the lake slash before the flood and the li- land and he also wrote the torchwood episode greeks bearing gifts but to a lot of people. He's also known as the creator of the original uk version of being human. Which i was a particular fan of back in the day. Because i kind of had a little bit of thing for lenora rich low on that show her. Didn't i suppose right. This was directed by johnny campbell. It of course stars matt smith as the doctor. Karen gillan is amy pond in technically arthur..
"amy pond" Discussed on Something Who
"And yeah i mean the whole story. It's it's not quite as exciting as the as that book was for a for a seven year old. But this there's something quite magical about the story for for for a while it's fisher flaws for the fact that that that the back end of it similar pattern The snowman which costs so that the minute that there's a lot of things to say about that this The fact that we're all kind of intrigued by the great intelligence and the mentioned the web in fear at the back end of it and Quite how much steven moffat knew when he was when he was writing that Of of the story that eventually returned a few months later Or at least most of it. Did you get early chlorate. don't you snowman. this is cheap victorian. All right this is going story and clara which you know is a slightly curious class is a classic moffitt. Figure really you know. She's governess by day bar by night. You sort of feel this. The sort of woman who lives in muffins imagination. After amy pond method of Making ends meet but know i. I certainly an arresting and affecting and win when when chloroform death anything. Oh no not again and you know especially if you've got a rory dying have many times and then claret dice before she twice before she even actually rises a companion. So so yeah. There's there's a lot going on to richard e grant kind of a bit Appeared that one. Yes he did. Yeah economists of underused. I think Nice strikes it's the it's the the humor with structures the bit. I was expecting to see in deep breath when we watched her. And of course that's not there in in The snowman the very funniest part with a Mind wiping their memory. Were thank you i need. You know that So all of which is coming to. What's the link.
"amy pond" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast
"Yes it was. Lots of connections. Left the connections here This was Johnny Campbell, and of course stars Matt Smith as the eleventh doctor and Karen Gillan. Pre Guardians of the galaxy as amy. Pond. Amelia pond and guess cast in this one. We of course, have the Great Tony Koran as Vincent Van Gov or Vanco or whatever you WANNA call on. In sickle who knows He reappears as Vincent in a later episode the Pandora Opens. But primarily I know him from playing a character name data ktar. In the SCIFI series it only asked for like three seasons. It was called defiance. Yes. He was very good. He was extremely good in that because he was kind of like the the the the long-term baked bad on that show. And he was very. Very notable on that show he's also been you know he's turned up in episode like daredevil he was in X. Men First Class Thor the dark world and a bunch of other things he's one of those actors that turns up. Just about everywhere every. So often and you like Oh that guy know that Vincent from Vincent in in the doctor. Bill Nye of course Dr Henry Black. Interesting little tidbit about. Bill Nye, he was offered the part of the ninth doctor before Christopher Eccleston. But he turned it down because he felt the responsibility was so great in that He. Didn't think he could live up to that. So So, we almost have bill nye is the doctor. which would have been an interesting doctor I mean. I really like him. He's been great in so much. That he's been in that would have been fun to see. Yeah, I mean it's one of those big what ifs but. I think that I think the fates kind of aligned a little bit with Christopher Eccleston because I think. I'm not sure how well newer audiences would have gravitated toward bill nye compared to Christopher Eccleston. But? Again who knows right? But he's been a lot of other great John Things he was of course, Davy Jones the pirates of the Caribbean movies, personal favorites Lardy bar fast in the hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy movie from two thousand five because I'm a big hitchhikers guy. and. Philip in China the dead. And Victor and underworld films. And? Then We also had nick how playing Maurice Chrissy Cotterell as mother. The woman whose daughter gets killed by the CRA famous. And, she turned up later in the Pandora. As. Madame Vernay. Trivia. The only other bit of Trivia having this one. The, Van Gough works that were referenced in this episode include. So. If YOU'RE AN ARCHAIC You may have noticed of course church off. Air Bittermann Aries. Cuffy Tara, the cafe terrace at nights still live vase with twelve sunflowers portrait of Dr. The starry Night Wheatfield with Crows Vincent's chair with Pie with his pipe. Self portrait with Straw hat in Almond Blossoms get referenced in this episode so. Case you're wondering what paintings they were referencing now you know. Three topics in this one. So of course, the big topic that we're GONNA be talking about here. The starry night topping number one where obviously we're going to talk the doctor Amy and Vincent. So. Obviously, there's this is the heart of this episode we have Amy Pond being taken to the Museo art say in Paris. Too because of the died the eleventh doctor following, of course, on Amy Losing Rory without her even realising it because he gets erased from existence. But with the doctor remembering him. Takes Amy to the museum to. See the works of her favourite painter. Vincent Van Golf and and then gets involved in a little bit of a mystery as the Fayez appears in the Church of air painting, the catches his notice. So of course hey, what better way to solve this mystery than to go back. And meet up with Vincent Van Gough. And we're off to the races so This is a this is just a great character study, a lot of Like incredible performance by Tony Koran and in a really great look at. Van Goths mental illnesses without playing them for laughs which I really appreciated by Richard Curtis in this script. So. Martha let's start with you first. Since you're new here. What did you make of our trio in this episode? Is You enjoy. Or a big fan of the episodes guessing you did. US and I wanted the I wanted to be best friends and I wanted to go. Up. And paint and hang out for the rest of my life Yeah I really I thought they all did a brilliant job and on and I thought they had great chemistry. That's great. Were there. Any particular scenes the kind stuck stood out for you or Just, some some particular Character traits of of Karan's performance Vincent. That that stood. Woah. Oh. Sorry to cut you off. One. One thing that I absolutely I think was one of my favourite. Show was And maybe the whole series over the I've seen is that they all the sets were. Were from his paintings. And so that thrilled me to no end and I just loved as they'd go to the various things that would be it would be the painting I really loved that. Recognized a lot of the bat then. Yes and then let me think what else I. Got The scene the scene now I saw this episode Oh quite a long time ago because it's been ten years since it's been out and I saw not too long after it came out But the the scene where they bring him back and and the bill nye. Character tells him what he thinks of of them sent and I like I that has never left me I tell you how many times I have thought about it and and just thought..
"amy pond" Discussed on List Envy
"A very good actor if I didn't I just didn't like the character. It was burned. CRIBBAGE was the was the Granddad that I was trying to remember Is the accident. I'm like that story relics but yeah I I didn't like the character but it was good that we re then didn't have any question of Sort of romantic entanglements. Because you had free margin men who had to say listen you know. I don't want to be your your rebound after rose And then you got a sort of A. Don't meats. Go to sound mean but a kind of pallet cleanser in there was just she was she had no interest in in that sense it. Just yeah it was. It was never it was everything and then we kind of got back doc into again a at least the nice thing is with Amy Pond we had lots of rory which brings up a bit. Yeah except he kept dying he tate. Keep Dying Yup and then waiting and then yeah and we'll have to wait for like ten years and it was really pissed off. It was moment town. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah he waits yeah. I think that happens twice the weight because he waited us ensure Ian and then there was another my way accountable what the scene is now but she anyway let us let us get on with So we are picking our top two thousand era doctor who episode nugent. What is your number one top best pick ever now? I hate to be fat guy. I actually you just have a bullet point list of actually twelve episode. That's good. That's a vis mental hierarchy. And the reason I went the twelve because I feel like actually went to thirteen because Dr who puns but the reason I have them in just a list is because I'm also conscious that there may be a lot of overlap and also I'm not sure if to count as two episodes of one I've put them on my list. This is what's so I feel like my number one purely. It's entirely from like an acting standpoint. Most anything else well It just has to be hell bent. It's politics it's just. Hell Bent specifically that one episode which is effectively an hour of PT capacity. Paul Dimona logging. It's just amazing. Acting and the entire thing is incredibly ritter well written and and there's this recurring theme as I'm looking reverse list right now. Where every single one of these episodes is over almost exclusively doctor or not the doctor at all? Okay and hell-bent was a great example of how you can get a very good doctor especially our pitic ballet. Do you WanNa give us a quick a quick plot summary to to help nope refresh on mind. Yes of course so hell bent. So what does it just happen. I feel like it's existing wit state where you can actually watch you on its own. It's part of a two Politika. The episode before it is very important the previously cholera of companion. We mentioned earlier as one. WHO's a bit overly zealous wants to be a doctor but is distinctly human Dies right to the end of the episode and I split second. We live in this world. Old where a companion has actually died. But we haven't we haven't Yadi Ardell way into companion is actually just living in the past companion is actually properly dad but doctors and morning and he's in his confession. Dial the and the idea. Is we find out to the end of the episode. But he's effectively in a prison where he's dying over and over until he basically confesses the the identity of what's known as hybrid read this entity that has existed for the whole season as the overarching story. That is that's A. That's a good good description and it's not episode that I thought it was glad I'm glad you did that. Because yeah this was this an an astonishing few two minutes of TV That sort of it was almost shakespearean. Almost sort of hamlet ask In terms of the kind of model on he was doing you know I think the the closed set feel with a closed set nature of added to that fail of Someone delivering sort of a Shakespearean monologue and it was Yeah a marvelous models episode could choice. I'M NO ENIGMA list. And then they did have burned the whole thing. So that's that's I'm married sir. I not entirely sure I'm confident in my ordering so I'm just GONNA go from top to butter. My first one is father's of his day. ooh that's not on my chest. Yeah no I reckon I predict. We'll have one episode of the overlaps. I think that's what will happen Eh So anyway this is It was in the two thousand and five exton and Billie Piper has a a great line The past isn't of the country ninety seven's just the white and it's it's when so the. The story of Rose is that her dad's died. Didn't she lives with her. Mom died in ninety seven and she he was hit by car and she rose wants to go back and hold his hands inside the someone. That's a comfort him. Before Eminence arrives and ends up happening is she pushes him out the way and this creates a whole whole Tommy. Why me problem wound in time which is then So quarter raised by these repairs. which are these big? CGI Raptor looking things. Everyone escapes into a church. Which is the oldest thing in the world so that people cont said that the reap is get in And then the dad eventually Once everything sort of laid out he decides to He sees the the loop of the car. That's just going round and round and round. That was meant to hit him and he runs in front of it and everything is fine again And it's it's the first one where there's a real rift between the doctor and the companion Actually actually go separate ways briefly and I think I think she gives him the key back in oil also stuff up and And she nearly it touches her own baby and create a paradox. And it was a lifetime you want me things and having re watched this the joy surprisingly it not terrible for something that it fourteen years old and I I really. I really enjoyed this episode as it was quite quite scary. What I love about? That sowed Reid is really Dr who has always been a pretty kemp shy. They amazing job of panic. I guess we're the judge because it's really old and therefore they can't get in like that reasoning has always extremely dodgy and they just leaned into it in this this one nothing is ever really explained. But that's why we love it and it was a relatively small event And it and it nearly tore the entire world apo- whereas he will go through hither and yon just plucking people and saving them. And that's not a problem and yeah it's it's it's weird. How they make those choices like to? WHO has a different continuity every single episode like? It's a bit like Black Mirror. I don't think they all actually exist simultaneously tenuously. We're actually just hopping university universe and the ultimate anthology. It's all just a different doctor and companion. I love it I love it. What's your number two So we went extremely Dr Heavy with hell-bent So I think we have to go pretty doctor light with blink. Blink link is an amazing episode and many argue that it's a V.. Best episode of Doctor who which they do is hilarious because it doesn't contain doctor the most of it so basically what happens. Is We get an introduction of a new monster called angels who this. This'll be a recurring theme now but I think about it started off really great but subsequently ruined in later episodes weeping angels of from before the existence of the universe and before time itself if our co correctly and basically what they do is when they touch you've as zap past which in itself isn't terrible But basically they feed off the energy of the life you would have led if you stayed in this as I'm explaining this out but I in Yes. No that's exactly what it is. I feel like I'm saying it doesn't make any sense because they still keep living life. I feel like I'm saying it wrong but I know it's actually accurate. It's all yeah absolutely bunkers prim. Basically what happens is but doctrine and I believe we companion zapped into the paused and they're separated from matatus so it follows a character called. Sam Sally Sparrow. Who basically has to figure all of this out and save the doctor? It's great and I think what's great about it is Does a James Bond Book. Does this The spy who loved me James Bond only turns up in the last couple of chapters if memory serves and the whole book is a memoir about this this woman and she's recounting alive. She's lying a hotel bed and I really. We like how this works. I'm there was another episode which actually add directly after one of my favorites is on my list And it had pizza K.. And and it was very odd episode. Not a very good one. I don't think But it was. I put in my list as a joke. What how I have love and monsters just us we will ask for enough like putting I think it was another one Where where it was sort of the the fact is you see Dr? But we don't actually sort of make him properly until halfway through the episode and we don't seem very much as a really really really good episode and it's also mind number two. Wow look at us go a no. That was the one on which I thought we'd have an overlap because it is It is so widely believed to be to be such a great episode And it was ranked the tension so well and anyone who's a kid can rely on of foster sister and she was terrified She got given a dull at one point an old an old doll and she was rightly terrified of it because she kept imagining that it was going to come in. You know Zappa back in time to great things about blink. Firstly we don't cvs weeping angels move during the entire episode. We are very aware and be upset. 'cause there are moments when none of the characters looking at the weeping angels but we offer a camera weening. I news are aware of our presence. Which is multi terrifying and secondly you can set like a windows background in in one of the mets angels that clip of them on TV and they go from facing away from right in the face of the CICI TV and to to create people out? I'd set it as a desktop background. Set to change after a random amount of time. Oh so you'd be doing something and the you know. The weaving angels face in a corner. They tap out of whatever they're doing all of a sudden it's like right in the face. That's brilliant. I love that this is the thing in in Max now Cooled live wallpaper. We can have the The image change every hour to it's meant to show a progression of sunrise. Or whatever I and you could absolutely do that. That's a great idea. This episode also had the introduction of Whibley wobbly. Timey way stuff. Oh yes I on that comes in and and also The the comedy fans. It's the the what I think. The one episode which right peacock appears who is a comedian of some note note. Yes good episode. Great episode all right. So that's does your number two months an UNMINED My number three. Then it's a two parter OUGHTA and no it's not actually no. It's not sorry note by next one is this sounds exactly like it would be a two parter because of the name we make make sense to minute. No this one is an episode of doctor who the made me cry okay and it is from April Twenty ten eight Matt Smith Era Smith and Gillan and.
"amy pond" Discussed on The Fandom Podcast
"I'm good, you know. And so, but we were there and she was supposed to arrive early. And then she was late for some reason or another, and we literally waited for like two or three hours just kind of hanging around there. And then the the fan IX staff started like realizing that people were camping out to like, see them. And so like right when she was coming. They cleared the hall like these security people came in. And they were like we need to clear out this area. And since we had been there for so long. We had been chatting with the guy from what Chile Verde there was just this guy that was like selling the burritos chili Verde, and we made friends with this guy. And so we said, hey, they're going to kick us out. Can we come behind your stand because they're not gonna kick the vendor? There's off from behind their stands, and he was like come back. And so me and Amy we're standing behind. We were standing behind the chili Verde like taco car and the security guy kinda just looks at us. And we're like we're within the guy's like. Yeah. Like. There with me. And then, you know, she just kind of skirted by really quickly know, we were one of the three people that they did kick out because we were just sitting back, and we were like totally worse. I was attacked by a chili Verde guy was attacked by someone a few years. No, no. I was speaking spin. I was speaking Spanish to you know, like he thought it was awesome. Like just another reason that I'm grateful for my bilingual like background. But like, no, it was awesome. And I have never seen that guy there again. So obviously, he doesn't work there ever got fire. I don't know. But. But that is that is a memory, right? Like that is something that I will cherish forever. Like that was one of those things that is just fun lay. It was just so fun. And I mean, yeah, we sat and just did nothing for two hours and just talked about how we love doctor who and and talk, you know, like just did. Because we I mean we were both poor. You know, it's like we just didn't have it. You know? But the funny thing is is that after that the very next day or may maybe did she come again. I don't remember. No, it wasn't the next then the next day or that day. Maybe I should talk to Amy champion aimed at your story reciting. Yeah. Amy decided to buy a photo op, and she said, Nick, you can be in with me. And so or maybe somebody else bought it for or she got in on somebody else's. I don't remember how it happened. But. You know, and it, and it was what it was like you walk in. And it's just like, hey, guys. And then it's like a stick a picture, and then both both me and Amy walk out of there. We're just giddy as all get out because I literally just got to sit next to Amy pond who you know. She's Amy pond. And I love her, you know, and..
"amy pond" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Jazzy and all these books that come after us are looking up, and we're like the world is going to end in twelve years if we don't address climate change and your biggest. It is. You're your biggest issue is how are we going to pay for it? And like, this is the war. This is our World War. So Amie Parnes were you aware that the world was gonna end in twelve years because that's going to impact a lot of social security choices sixty five or seventy I was not here. I she definitely has a lot of fans out there. But I know that there are a lot of Democrats to wish that she would scale it back a little bit. Let's see is going. Ever, and you sort of? Her head, and doesn't and kind of Democrats want to be a big tent party and want to of include. Everybody wanted includes independence. They a lot of Democrats are kind of appealing to her to kind of, you know, take a step back. I love her. I want to give her a cable channel twenty four seven. I want to hear about the world ending in twelve years. All the time. Now, let's go to the president tweeted merit NPR PBS poll shows President Trump's approval rating among Latinos going to fifty percent increase in one year of nineteen percent. Thank you, working hard. A is the polls Amy pond's. He never has not followed the polls. He has always followed the polls on the cable networks he claims that he doesn't. But I think yeah, I find that. I don't know. I find it hard s- believes in terms of building the wall that he has a huge right now in terms of benefits. But, but you know, it remains to be seen. I guess update on the Russian plane. It's been landed in a Siberian city more updates to come. So at least it's not going to Afghantistan anymore. Let's talk about beta rock you wrote about beta in the hill this week his strategy quote aerobics quote strategy show Americans. The real beta that actually goes down to his teeth during a dental cleaning. I'm not sure that that's a good approach. What do you think? Yeah. And a lot of people were kind of a little unsettled by that or particularly a lot of these establishment types. Like, okay, what's next is? He gonna do a colonoscopy. It was a little unsettling to them. You know, when he's been a little open about his his feelings. He said he was stuck in a recent medium post, and you know, but a lot of people kind of want this. They're saying with a kind of talking about, you know, her macaroni and cheese dinners. This intense focus right now on everybody. And how everyone's looking to be original somewhere. They find that just got better being a little refreshing. I know people that are that that thinks that thinks that he's the kind of he. He. It's not a good idea that kind of sets the wrong precedent for where candidates should be. So, but it's an interesting tact that he's taking right now for star you quote in your article, Chris Lehane as quote, a longtime strategist to work in the Clinton White House who said the entry was effective because it shows each human now, Chris is always working for somebody. I don't know he's working for right now. But he's always working for somebody. He's also Al Gore's guy and didn't do so well in two thousand with the advice given there is he working for anyone right now. Amy. Were heinous working for Airbnb, I believe, but no candidates. No. He's not working candidate. Okay. Whenever I see these guys working for people. I asked myself to they have a dog in the hunt. Like, John Weaver's got John casick is his payday and everyone's got pay day. What do you say? By the way, you're the Hillary expert along with our friend John is Hillary going to run. No. I mean, I've always said this year there's no appetite for her. Iran. Democratic primary. I think her diehards still believe that there, you know, that she could have one and this could have been her presidency. But I think most Democrats more new they want a fresh face, and that sort of where the party's going right now, I've played this clip. A couple of times it's morning. It's Bernie Sanders yesterday at the end speeches cut number nine. And I think we're going to get a lot of this throughout the coming year. Cut number nine today. We talk about Justice and Trey we talk about racism, and I must tell you it gives me. No pleasure to tell you that. We now have a president of the United States who is a racist. Amie Parnes that is outside of the American mainstream. It is very very I mean, it's defamatory if it's not true. I don't think he's a racist. I think he says incredibly short sighted things in his often very blunt a bull in a China shop. But is that? What we're in for for the next two years. President Trump is a racist. And then someone says it louder, and then someone says it louder till they go around the forty people at the table. I think I I don't have a full go as far as that. But I think a lot of people believe that in the Democratic Party. And that that the primary is going to get pretty hot and. I think there are they're gonna be a lot of red faces because I think, you know, a lot of people are so angry about President Trump. And they this is an election where a lot of people a lot of strategists have continuing donors. They're not looking they're looking for someone who can defeat President Trump, obviously in the general, and that's going to be really hard for them in the primary because a lot of people obviously in the primary are gonna attack last and doesn't appeal to the base. But you know, it's gonna be harder and harder for people to kind of do professor. And I think that's why they say that Joe Biden would have a really hard time in the primary against people die hards progressive diehards like Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders, but they think that someone like Biden someone like better or those are people who could possibly defeat Trump because they are a little more centra. The next joke often that this is the headquarters of Bernie for president the Republican Bernie for president headquarters. Here's Joe Biden. After Bernie says Donald Trump is a racist. Joe Biden is not going to get left out of these racist. Sweepstakes talking al-shabaab national action network yesterday is cut number eleven. Here's Joe Biden. We've learned last two years. It doesn't take much to waken hate to bring those folks out from under the rocks. That part of American society has always been there will always be there. Has been legitimized. We have to speak out. Behalf to. We have to challenge these forces. Hey, what do you what's going on there? I mean that that's just Bernie it are we going to get this for two more years. I I do think a lot of people are going to bring it up. You know, they think that they're like I said before a lot of people within the Democratic Party who've really believe this. He really believes that President Trump has taken the country in the wrong direction. That he is not for everybody. And that he's not condemning you know, this white supremacy that has been happening. And so they they do believe that he's a racist. Why do you think that this is gonna come up more and more and more particularly in the crime area, particularly as Democrats be? So I think I I do think it's going to be part of the conversation for sure and last question Amie Parnes has Tom Perez figured out what to do with thirty candidates yet. My theory is you hold a lottery before every debate you hope three debates back to back ninety minutes each you can do it in three and a half hours and four and a half hours, and you can get you just mix them up every time as opposed to trying to pick winners and losers, but his Peres come up with a plan yet. A lot of people for months and months have been asking that. They don't have a lot of people don't have much faith in Tom Perez. And this is Dan commonsense man, I've been on this beat now for about a year and a half. And I've heard from countless people that they don't know what he's doing. He's not great at fund raising. He's not great at certain things that should be doing. So I think they've been looking at it. Right. One time. I did a story together talking about the strategies and how they they were looking at the Republican field and how they handled it. And there's gonna be a big kids table and a little kids table for for these things that I think they're going to have to be something that because so many candidates coming up keep keep in mind doing three ninety minute ones back to back, and then just shuffling the deck, maybe eight or nine on each of them. But you don't preordained who gets to stand in the mental based on some poll that doesn't that's what happened with the President Trump? He he won the pole. So they put him in the middle and. Dominated the stage. And it was a premeditated. Come Amie Parnes. Always a pleasure. Follow her on Twitter. Amie Parnes follower. Also in the hill at the hill on Twitter. Follow me to relief factor dot com. Do not stand by do. Not be idle yesterday did a four miler up and down the hill. Because I feel great. I'm in California was seventy degrees, low blustery little windy, but that's what you want to be able to do every day. 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"amy pond" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Of the hill follower. Amy pond. Under a breaking news story. An arm passenger has demanded an Aeroflot plane that's a Russian plane that was on its way to Moscow change directions towards Afghanistan. No further details if that story is true, and there's a hijack Russian Aeroflot plane headed towards Afghanistan. What do you think? Russia does what will the coalition do. Oh my goodness. It's hard to say. I mean, I hear every. It's really I it's anyone's guess right now, I am their foreign policy expert. So I hate to weigh in on it. And and I knew that everything is complicated with Russia right now over here. So it's it's really hard for me to stay to be honest. I don't either just alert people to it. I don't know if Putin will allow it to leave Russian airspace, and if it gets near Bagaram, of course, you got to worry about a nine eleven incident. Don't you? Yeah. I mean, it definitely appears that way. I don't know much about it. But I could also just be one person trying to get back Afghantistan not realizing that we don't let that happen anymore. Amy. I just had Tom cotton on. And I wanna get your story about rock and a second. Tom said two things one that there would be universal support for Mike Pompeo run for the Senate to that he wouldn't have to declare until six year ninety days before their late primary next year, which would let them stay in the secure state office through June or July and three that the Senate going to change its rules, very soon. Todd young told me yesterday next week. What do you make of those three statements? I'm sorry. I missed the first part of that that Mike Pompeo is got universal support to run for the Senate among GOP's in the Senate. I can't believe that. Yeah. I mean, this is someone who definitely has a lot of support within the caucus. And I I would imagine that he he would his colleagues want him killed. Do you think he can stay secretary of state for a year? Plus and freeze the field. I think he can. But it's an unusual approach. All you have to say gam- thinking about it. But I'm not gonna decide until June of next year that no one's going to build a Senate campaign around that no one's gonna challenge. Everyone kind of she was running and she of. Wwl or you're right. Yeah. So I definitely think he support for him kind of building underground. I would definitely think. So now to the last story, and then I wanna move to Bago. Senator cotton said as did Senator young yesterday. Mitch is gonna use the Reid rule and go nuclear next week and change the timing. Tom went and say next week. Todd young said next week Tom cotton didn't say next week. But very soon it just seems to me that the is ready to go. I think so I would definitely bet on it. I mean that would be my hunch anyway, everything is so often the air, Hugh, it's just I can't take predictions on anything anymore. I don't know about you. I'm predicting that Alexandria, Okaz Cortez is going to have a little trouble today. Given this statement yesterday cut number one. I think for younger people were looking at House Republicans think that part of it that is generational is that millennials and people.
"amy pond" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"On the very influential House Financial Services committee, a self-described socialist is going to be on the committee, which oversees Wall Street, President Trump is called a disruptor. Wait till you see how the Democrats tried to disrupt the Mike Gallagher show weekdays at nine on FM one zero one point five and AM fourteen hundred the patriot. Welcome back America to Hewitt joined by Amie Parnes of the hill follower. Amy pond. Jameel into a breaking news story. An arm passenger has demanded an Aeroflot plane. That's a Russian plane that was on its way to Moscow change directions towards Afghanistan. No further details. If that story is true and there's a hijacked Russian Aeroflot plane headed towards Afghanistan. What do you think? Russia does what will the coalition do. Oh my goodness. It's hard to say. I mean, I every. Really, I it's anyone's the right now, I am their foreign policy expert. So I hate to weigh in on it. And and I knew that everything is complicated with Russia right now over here. So it's really hard for me to say to be. I don't either I just alert people to it. I don't know if Putin will allow it to leave Russian airspace. And if it gets nearby grim, of course, you gotta worry about nine eleven incident. Don't you? Yeah. I mean, it definitely appears that way. I don't know much about it. But I yeah. It could also just be one person trying to get back Afghanistan, not realizing that we don't let that happen anymore. Amy. I just had Tom cotton on. I wanna get your story about beta a rock and a second. Tom said two things one that there would be universal support for Mike Pompeo run for the Senate to that he wouldn't have to declare until six year ninety days before their late primary next year, which would let him stay in the security state office through June or July and three that the Senate going to change its rules, very soon. Todd young told me yesterday next week. What do you make of those three statements? I'm sorry. I missed the first part of that that Mike Pompeo is got universal support to run for the Senate among GOP's in the Senate. I can't believe that. Yeah. I mean, this is someone who his definitely has a lot of support within the past. And I I would imagine that he he would his colleagues want him jail. Do you think he can stay as secretary of state for a year? Plus and freeze the field. I think he can. But it's an unusual approach. All you have to say gam- thinking about it. But I'm not gonna decide until June of next year that no one's going to build a Senate campaign around that what's gonna challenge. Everyone kind of. She was running and she of first. Wwl. Oh, you're right. Yeah. So I definitely think he support for him kind of building underground. I would definitely think. So now to the last story, and then I want to move to Bego Senator cotton said as did Senator young yesterday. Mitch is gonna use the Reid rule and go nuclear next week and change the timing. Tom wouldn't say next week? Todd young said next week Tom cotton didn't say next week, but very soon. It just seems to me that the caucus is ready to go. I think so I would definitely bet on it. I mean that would be my hunch, anyway, everything is so often near Hugh. It's just I can't take predictions on anything anymore. I don't know about you. Well, I predicting that Alexandria, Okaz Cortez is going to have a little trouble today. Given this statement yesterday cut number one. I think for younger people were looking at House Republicans. I think.
"amy pond" Discussed on Nerdificent
"This order, and I put like six options and one was like just jumping fresh almost like start with nineteen sixty three. And there was one that was like my version of the machete cut, which was this is ridiculous. And I'll rush through it with quickly, and you can read the article if you want to know more, but it was basically start with Matt Smith watch his first two and a half seasons or three and then go back and watch Eccleston through ten then come back with day of the doctor and then walked through capacity and onward, so it's a lot. But I think it's actually a good way to do it again. Like kinda like gives it a whole new like now, you get this guy. And then you reflect on why he so sabotage because you learn about these guys day the doctor you, oh, that's the guy that I liked him. This guy there together in the episode at the same time. So. Nice. Yeah. Yeah. Ooh, that'll be in the footnotes for you to look up. I mean, if I had to pick an episode if I was and this isn't based on like anything other than it's one of my favorite. It is your you'll know the correct one when I say because it's probably one of the most popular. But what is it Father's Day? No, yeah. Followers as great Father's Day. It's funny because us had fathers day and on this list that we have in the internet of that episodes. There's a human nature and well humanitarian family of blood, which are both written by Paul Cornell. Who is just a really lovely guy. And he really gets the show and Father's Day is one that we'd talk about you. Brought it up. Oh, man. Father's day. I have yet to watch it since becoming a founder. And it's so just to give a little back story rose who we mentioned, which was I don't think she is. But she definitely is one of the longer running companions, right? 'cause she's she's that long running. She's only in it for two seasons. And then she has some resurgent parts, I think Amy pond was on for a little longer than hers and Clara Oswald definitely was long for them longer than her. But she's I think very enduring and very popular amongst the a lot of the fans and also Sarah Jane Smith who we did mention who's a classic Canadian was play the longest running for our close to it. But oh, yeah. It was crazy because it was with this one her Nicholson, I felt like they had this will they won't they especially when her especially happy, and it, and you know, they had the whole thing 'cause she had a boyfriend at one point and banned him for this doctor, and I kind of kind of pushed even more in that direction. So they kind of building this relationship and then in this. Episode. She is goes back into time to the moment. Her father pass away. And this whole episode in Eccleston is the Dr not Eccleston, but the Eccleston is the doctrine this one. But the doctor is against her trying to change time. Yeah. But she wants to and there's dire consequences. It's a good episode to establish rules of the series like at a stab, which is why you can't change major events in time. And that's a good one. This actually the most recent season had an episode that just aired called demons in the Punjab, which which is pronounced. But it's it's a similar premise. I wanna go back and see a family member. It doesn't quite have that diary consequence. But it's it's the same kind of thing. Like, I don't know if we should do this because it's your own history. It's it's they go very different direction with it. But it's it's fun to see episodes that use time travel in that way. Yeah. The episode that number one on here that is the one that most people recommend that people. Go and watch is. Blink blink. I think blink is a really good episode of television. And it is one of the better episodes of doctor who I used to say that I didn't think it was so to introduce a show to people because it doctors barely in it. But someone made the good point that it's good episode to give you have what this show is. Well, they'll have any of the characters involved because the character is that of the main characters of it you don't ever really see again..
"amy pond" Discussed on Fantastic Geeks (and where to find them)
"So I don't really remember. Okay. I can fill the supernatural interested in it. I just haven't found my way back to 'cause there's so much media in the world right now, there's there's so much for natural. So it's really overwhelming. What fourteen all my gosh. There's so any keeps going I can't even believe that it's still going. I don't think it's going to end any. I honestly don't want it to end. It's kind of comforting people. Like, it's gotten so bad. I'm like, yes. But I love it. It's like you. Love the bad. Yeah. Exactly. It was never revolutionary. It was fun. It's supposed to be fun. It's like two brothers like hunting monster. And didn't they have a spin off to? Happening or they like they always try to do these spin offs. And then it doesn't they did it twice. They tried to do two separate spinoffs one with like this weird like vampire esque thing. And that didn't go anywhere and then one with the way word sisters. So that's kind of probably the one that you about and that was with like Jodi and with like, the two police women, and they were kind of going to take their own like band of misfits and hunt monsters like, but it was going to be all women. I was really that's awesome. I know, and I was really bummed when they didn't end up picking up the pilot how. Yeah. So I wonder if it'll ever have life somewhere else, I'm really hoping that it will because I think it would like get people excited about naturally show or some right? That's what I mean. I think it just needs to find the right place for it. Or like find another life for it in some way. But I really don't want it to disappear because I think it's necessary. Like, exactly. Like something like that. Like, even like a Facebook watt like something, right? Like it needs to exist because it's just too great. Like all these like bad ass women like hunting because it's taking what's incredible about supernatural. And then being like, you know, what women can do this. Exactly, so Lexus. What about you? What is your sort of? So. I'm more into the. Who lock aspect of it long? Cuz supernatural scares me. And I no longer have a roommate because she moved to Los Angeles. So I have to watch it by myself kind of the same way as you'd has. Maybe like it was I want to see freshman year of college. So I guess it was like eight years ago now or something so that that would be right between it was hard. I remember it was it was before the last movie came out, but like long after the books were done, and I was just getting into tumbler because you were super into tumble. Yeah. And I was obsessed with I m g Fave do you? Remember this website to send you stuff in there. All the time. It was a weird tumbler esque website, and I just like the pretty images and the quotes in like, whatever, and you scroll through and you like and re blog or whatever. And they're started appearing all these Matt Smith as the doctor. So it was like the eleven doctor Amy pond, ROY Williams. And like all these things just like, you know, those little memes and the windows of you know. Lines are saying and scenes from the show, and I fell in love with it. I was like these guys are so funny. But what is this? So I'd got really drawn into the phantom. And it took me another like two or three years to actually start watching it because it wasn't streaming got drawn into the phantom, but you weren't watching. No, I did as well. A supernatural blog stuff. And I didn't even thought it was funny. What's weeping angel? I'm so fascinated because it's such a cool fan the fans or so welcoming I remember running into some on the street that we're waiting to meet mount Smith, and I was like cool. It should I stand in wait. No. But no, they were super nice, but and then a couple years ago once Sherlock went onto net flex that's when I finally started watching that. I mean, I've seen it six times all the way through my mom into it..
"amy pond" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"That amazing one of the best experiences of my life do you know dr who rob i know dog who is here have you ever seen the show i have not it's one of these shows that i remember going to convention and i go why is that line so big oh they're here to see the people from doctor who yeah you don't know dr who and i was an idiot there is such a huge following of doctor who doctors have there been now i think we're on yeah thirteen right thirteenth is a female in the great it's so good fuck you know eighteen and you were on how many episodes i don't know if i have any episodes i was on but i was on it for three years you played pond yes character called amy amy pond and pond so you repond amy pond an idiot thirty six episodes thirty six episodes everything's g now that's a show probably that didn't pay a lot right just a fun show to do well we don't i mean the money in the uk is nowhere near what you're used to in this country i'll put it that way that's true right are you just kind of like hey i want to do that's cool show i was twenty one so i thought i was rich it's nothing compared to what people are on in this country i would say did you think jones she was going to be that big of a hit yeah had a belief in it yeah i think i thought it was going to be one of those that people use the word actually when they describe it like it was actually really good i think people do that yeah they do do that you know i haven't had a chance to see it but people go on about it and they're doing a sequel yes you're really doing that you've already signed on for the sequel i mean i don't know nothings in concrete yet oh so you didn't even go she ate i don't know yet what's happening but i do know that they're probably going to make another one oh so you don't even know if you're in it or not yet i mean i think i probably will be i don't know for sure can't say too much yeah i don't know i don't know for sure known i'm looking at your face it's like she's just giving me that lying look no no no no you don't you don't have guardians three yeah you heard you're in it i think i am yeah you think well actually i haven't heard about that one but i i assume so yeah also i feel like if i talked too much about this it's going to give away the next avengers maybe yeah because you were just an infinity war and there's another movie next year they filmed simultaneously or as you say similar tena asli yes vitim inle the two is that hard to do like back to back like sort of movies at the same time or they just are they really good with the direction and this is what you're doing and this is the idea and this is everything so well thought out that you don't feel lost as an actor like what am i doing well there was an element of not quite knowing how you're you're scenes we're going to fit into the overall context because they didn't give us a script on avengers so we kind of just had to surrender to that experience in in the morning so i couldn't do my crazy preparation and then we just show them and we will just watch the films and see how it will comes together and we're you with all the actors a lot of days where you're all together kind of was a crazy yes and that was the first time you've ever worked with all those guys yeah coolest the one that you remember going oh my god i love this person when i hang out with them and set mark ruffalo is pretty funny he seems like the nicest freaking guy yeah he's way more childlike in personality than i expected more than me i don't.
"amy pond" Discussed on WGTK
"I'll keep you posted course has he tweets from anything the key story in the morning which tweet out is that the washington post is running my story on how to crack the electoral code that's their choice of words let me tell you what i wrote theater white invented a gene ray with his groundbreaking book the making of the president in nineteen sixty and news junkies ever since have eagerly awaited postmortems from inside the operations of the various republican and democrat presidential campaigns there have been fourteen presidential election since kennedy nixon each generated its own raft of books the two thousand sixteen election had its yield i write the most comprehensive in my view with jonathan allen and amy pond shattered the most intimate was former secretary of state hillary clinton's what happened which was a raw emotion filled memoir that is inside is any account can be what the dozens and dozens of tomes have in common those a focus always on the candidates and their teams the voters get their moments on stage of course but they're like extras and a big production almost always presented as slabs of demographic meet until now i continued in a remarkable book and a remarkable bit of reporting the focus has turned to the voters who elected donald trump president on sunday the post published loyalty unease in trump's midwest by dan balls a fifteen thousand word investigation into trump supporters of the upper midwest balls peace arrived i wrote at the same time as salena zito and brad todd book the great revolt inside the populist coalition reshaping american politics and i can quit both lengthy post article and the comprehensive book dig deep into the electoral earthquake of two thousand sixteen and the why behind those big shifts and it comes down to this the key theme is status a fundamental conviction that elites of the big four metropolitan powers of los angeles silicon valley manhattan and washington were collected fixed sneer towards their lesser is between the coast mid western swing voters felt to use the cliche from sports disrespected quote trump voters are acutely conscious of the disdain in which they are held zito and todd wrote and the.
"amy pond" Discussed on Back To Work
"Okay i'm gonna do a a really hit it out of the park here speaking of youtube being of infinity war speaking of makeup i just put a really cool video i thought it was cool really cool video in show notes which is a time lapse of applying amy pond's makeup to become nebula because it's pretty crazy nebula has i think the coolest makeup in in the movie and she's still still so expressive but puts karen gillan for karen gillan she just sitting here looking at our phone for like what must be hours it's so much work but it's really amazing to watch so gorgeous oh you know what else i loved what's said i didn't see coming why don't we spoil it for folks who haven't seen it but the portrayal of group yeah god pretty good so good i like seeing him like that oh so funny and like so expressive like mu i wonder how long he's going to be like that before he goes back to yes because when he got blowed up at the beginning of the first one then he came back to a little sapling sticking a pretty long time it would be like pretty quick well he went from sapling to teenager in like a week okay seems like i think you're right but it's been more than a week that he's been teenager sure feels like that but when you gotta teen feels like a real long time you know what i'm saying that's what i think dan i want to remind people that on gaily expanded meet up number twenty two is going to be happening on thursday may seventeenth that's just in a couple of weeks this is an opportunity of your in san francisco that time you can come up to two cats comics at three twenty west portal avenue in san francisco.
"amy pond" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Of people you know people like john tester and other people who are essentially saying they're not saying specifically about her but they you know it is harder for them right now to commit to various issues you're you're seeing them sort of you know kind of split with their party in a way and and their leadership is kind of allowing them to allowing them to kind of go the other way and on gun control they're not really you don't see them taking a stance on it they're they're kind of backing away from it so i think and that's okay i think you know schumer is kind of winking at these people and can kind of do what you need to do heidi heitkamp do what you need you jon tester to win these races but it'll be close i think no doubt now let me finally turn to the question of the day in on the hill rick grenell is sort of the the poster child for democratic obstruction as a friend of mine and he's been in the new york times yesterday the wall street journal they're all demanding he'd be confirmed and the seventy seven others who are being held up by the delay of time do you see the senate changing its rules either collegiately with sixty seven votes or via the read roar somehow to go back thirty seconds amy part when they return the week after next i don't see that happening to you hugh as curious to hear what you think on this i just don't know if that would be i do think it's become a basis you in that mcconnell risks losing enthusiasm and contributions if he gets rolled by the democrats this way so i think that he has to its basis should grenell is a base issue he asked to get them confirmed and and oriented to keep them in session around the clock that's what i think any thank you so much amy pond's follow her on twitter we look forward to the next book we look forward attack into your again soon on twitter it's just amy parts i also look forward to you going to relief factor dot com because tens of thousands of people today feel better than they would have otherwise because they took it yesterday the day before and for the three weeks starter pack.
"amy pond" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Of the year podcast that we've just recorded some asking to be ought to be robbed up the minute accurate is going to be civilised yet lots of predisney fox talking alan uh so 22nd next week hugh jackman twenty knife revere anambra back on january fifth shoop circuit yeah jeremy our eyes that means at this week's guest is karen gillan he is fantastic i she stars in this week's jumanji welcomed the jungle very funny as a video game character called ruby round house who actually houses a young girl called martha he was transported into the video game jumanji along with three a three three schoolmates late in the video game world by the rock kevin heart and jack black i karen gillan of course shot to fame as amy pond in dr who but as carved at a cracking career across the if you will pond seated at the is this is all atlit that's amazing chris his his radio this is radio king rebel shit i can't give us great and stuff like a oculus and the big short now of an gardez the galaxy falling one and to worship lays nebulous you'll soon be seen and avengers three and four as well just great japan's you welcomed the jungle she was in town this week i went on speights are had had absolute blast and you know what i think you will too here's karen gillan enjoy oh we're delighted to be joined on the upper podcast by karen gillan star of jumanji cologne welcome to the jungle howery i'm gates year yanotti badminton as you were you jetlagged ask ask at when this cause of which has flown in yes i go in yesterday morning straight from the avengers film set so i am a little confused and they're still some blue under my finger.
"amy pond" Discussed on talkRADIO
"The full at breakfast his fractious in parliament right now theresa may's authority was dealt a blow last night as some tory mps went against her to give parliament the right to have a say on any final exit deal mr bridge in says wiens the rule this morning whoa go to days on the morning squeezed negotiating position all the trade deal which boop koa marked his relationship with the european getting it on the basis base expected the give it has a bad stale of paul appalled at judges to be a bad deal they concern the governmentbacked and gangs and memorial savicevic's he died in the grunfeld how a disaster will be held at suppose cathedral lake to six months on it will focus on remembering this seventy one who lost their lives in a fire in cheese sama hayek has described harvey weinstein as a monster offer accusing him of sexual harassment in the new york times the hollywood actress this'll site claimed the movie mogul threatened to kill her he said the allegations on notes accurist british army servicemen and women have been on it for that break free app the middle east among the win as atma some militry awards left and jared tom bridge he was off chiefs he when he helped the wounded after the london bridge tara attack to radiate kutat with rebecca having to him one of the solve giving out the prices lies about education is about appreciation is honoring these guys is of such a homeland event come to that is a huge on the first official robbie williams has revealed to the sun he was supposed to pull out of his totates back in september off the doctors found abnormalities on his brain he council the russian takes up his heavy entertainment show tool of the fooling l backstage in ciric and spent seven days in intensive care he then spent three months recovering at home in la and has since taken up yoga foam adult to who's thought karen gillan says she's excited to see a woman taking control of the todd if the actress pai companion amy pond in three theories of the show from 2010 she says she can't wait for everyone to see jody with account asked the delta when she takes over from pizza compulsay talking in feminist movements that mean we have a female doctor in irish makes me so happy because so many people have questioned whether a female.
"amy pond" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"The democrats put in social security it wasn't about securing caused the clearing votes to because how mckaiser democrats did you vote for above still thinking what you're supposed to hear you then that was extended more recently the health care be out of republicans rolling in all off a cliff in a wheelchair you saw that more easily met you understand student loans something with be nothing both the republicans election we make you pay what you borrowed you vote for us we'll give it to you all for free it's all about control steve gruber weekdays six denied pond well meghan trainor gary and we are back he talked out of the mic last time and didn't realize you the mic was still odd and now the my comes out of your still talking like his break ties see that's the sad thing he eat scattered his eyes away for me because he's looking at you yeah i point go is ready to rock and roll i gotta put a mirror up i need i needs just point out that there isn't his view of big red light that's as on air yeah yeah 2017 yeah hot yes i agree like amy pond hey i tell you what dan is absolutely in love with amy pond from dr who abuse redhead in bitter petr probably the second best as he's going to cut my mike for life on runners that probably the second best companion the daca ever had well you gotta put sarah jane at top now is gonna go with canine i watch without robotic dog on we got gary gary is it yeah carry on line one how's it going gary sara jane on top thank you.