36 Burst results for "Amy Schumer"
Fresh update on "amy schumer" discussed on Crystal's Nightcap
"They haven't had brought some thicky la someone. he doesn't drink. I mean he's he's he's really straight edged like these jen's ears are mad straight edge so sounded wondering which is fine. Louder came through with like ten white clause at this park and the park is on in long island city. Which i guess is like a little sliver of island between manhattan and queens. So i take we take the train. They're made at the park. And the view from long island city and the stage is the view is one hundred percent manhattan like the one world trade center like the chrysler building like the prettiest landscape. You could see of new york. City skyscraper you can see is from long island city. I would say so. It was super beautiful. Son was about to come down and then here goes coldplay now. This was a pre taping for a fourth of july special. It's going to air so like in the pit. The they have they had like the stage right and then from the stage there was a pit of people that you had to get cleared a few days ahead of time. They were all wearing like fourth of july hats and fourth of july stuff so they were all in in the fourth of july themed and then everyone else like in the background at the park. There is huge camera. Cranes coming out to us on the side and it. So because it was a taping. It wasn't like a real concert so cold play only played a few songs and most and they played one song and then they played it again of and then they did two extra songs just for us. Seven really wanna hear fix you and paradise but they didn't play those. They played their new song and then another one nonetheless. Okay it was cold play. It was free and it was while watching the sun. Go down behind new york city was it was. I like wanted to cry because of how beautiful it was and because of the kea and then the had this setback takkula fireworks show on top of it. So it's like we're washing coldplay. We're seeing these crazy fireworks like it's all free like this was just amazing and these are the things that happened in newark. Like it's just incredible. You have the opportunity to see in do out here. And on top of it was all free and they were really inclusive. Wanted to as many people as possible so it was just a total vibe. So because i did that. Thursday night. I did not have time to get a headstart on my weekend shows so we got home around ten thirty eleven and i had to get up at like seven in the morning to get to the station on friday. Heller early to knock out. All my weekends shows which i did because on friday after work i already had plans to my cousin louder and our cousin adriana that flew in from the bay so she flew in from the bay to be with lauda and us and we all had planned to hang out loud us rooftop eat pizza and then go to the comedy cellar which is a prestigious in the first comedy cellar of the country. And it's really hard to get into the comedy cellar and sometimes really awesome comedians. Like dave chapelle. Amy schumer will just like pop in for funsies. So here comes. I did on my weekend shifts. My show starts on friday. Do my show right after my show. I book to my apartment to change real quick to look all q. And then make it back downtown. Twenty my loud us house and she had ordered all the pizzas for us..
Amy Schumer Joked That John Krasinski and Emily Blunt's Marriage Is ‘Pretend’
"Let's start with john brzezinski and emily blunt now. They crushed it at the box office this weekend. And they also crush clapback after. Amy schumer joked about their relationship. Amy said they have a pretend marriage for publicity jan wasn't having it and replied they you amy from blowing up our whole marriage not clearly. Their relationship is real. I hope but do you think. A lot of hollywood marriages are for publicity. I think hollywood marriages regular everyday marriage is when you get to a certain point in life get married for different reasons right. Sometimes you get married for the when you're younger as you get older you get married as you grow and evolve. Some marriages are publicity stunts. But for these two what. Eleven years two kids later. I think they're real. I think they're the real deal.
John Krasinski Responds to Amy Schumer's Joke About His Marriage
"Even better than the first one, which blew me away. And then she said, amazing to be in the movie theater. And then she wrote, I've said it for a long time. I think Emily and John have a pretend marriage for publicity. But I still think you should see this on a rainy weekend. And as you know, John Krawczynski and Emily Blunt made a quiet place to she started and he's in in a little, but he directed sure, And this is what I really wanted to like That hyper focused on is the way John Prison Ski responded because he responded to this. Did he get was he? Was he all sensitive about it? Did you get in the dirt? Did he get down there to eat? Punch for punch Na Chris's kids sweating it, he wrote. Thank you, Amy. We're blowing up our whole marriage Got that's good. That's how you do it right now. You do it. Yeah, It's like you. Why would you have this affected Because some people would I mean Martha Stewart is infamous
Search Party: Pop Culture Happy Hour
"Jonathan's been shooting search party pretty much every season and search party. If you haven't been watching it you shed. It's a lot of fun. It's hugely successful. And one of the cool things about how he talks about it is. He's describes it as summer camp. Which i think if you have that attitude no matter how hard something is people will wanna approach you and approach the project with you. Jonathan has done all kinds of projects. He's leaned a lot into comedy but he's also done a lot of doc style stuff including espn thirty thirties about some legendary sports figures of the nineteen eighty s which was particularly fun to talk about for me. He's worked with comics. Like amy schumer. He's worked for a number of times on some of her big projects so his perspective is really interesting and how he's kind of wind his career round is worth listening to so check it out. I want to start by asking you just about having shot now every. Have you shot every season of search party. I've worked on every season. I shot every episode except two in season three. I wish you didn't good boy in vancouver win. Prep started on seasons three. And i was supposed to finish good boys with three or four weeks in between so i'd be able to go to new york and start prepping their you know. Every time i should have learned this lesson years ago but every time he thinks going to line up perfectly of course it does not inconvenienced push. I think three weeks And that just made it impossible for me to happen so we all agreed that for the good of the show for the of search party. Have somebody else come in and do the first two episodes of season three so Cat wester guard came in and filled in and did a great job So unfortunately i wish i had done the whole thing but i miss those two. It's crazy that you've done as much as you have. 'cause it's you know it's a long. It's been of four seasons of television so far and usually a show will many people who kind of come in and out and hsuehpa you are like almost all but to the loan lender so i'm kind of curious what that just right off the bat. What does that experience like being so tied to you go through many different directors. Obviously there's a lot of different writers on a series. But you're kind of consistency. Well i mean honestly of great you know because as you say on a lot of shows there's at least a couple who might alternate or people come and go from season to season and i really liked that. I've been a part of this You know summer camp family ever the best described as and be a part of telling the story for four or five years. You know that the show with though unique in a lot of ways and the writing is though is so great and the actors are all and we've had a lot of the same people in the crew the entire time as well. I mean it's hard to keep people you know for four or five years Coming back because we're not like in search parties are pretty small show when all said and done on and we only shoot for about forty days so it's not like people can like build their year around search party. Unfortunately we went. We haven't been able to keep everybody around but we've been able to keep a lot of really great people And that's been one of the most enjoyable part of the whole process is that it really does kind of feel like i was kind of joking when they said summer camp before but it does feel like. Oh we're going back to summer camp. You know we're gonna make search party again so there aren't a lot of job that he had that feeling so i'm happy for it in this case
Amy Schumer explains her part in Hilaria Baldwin controversy
"Amy Schumer. Hmm. Just talking about her role in the insane drama. Surrounding Hill area, Baldwin and her exaggerated Spanish roots. Ms. Schumer got caught up in the controversy after sharing several snaps poking fun. At Hilaria Baldwin, the fitness guru, mother of five, of course, wife of Alec Baldwin for claims she was pope poking fun at herself, not at Hill area. For claiming to be from Spain when she was actually born in Boston. But Amy made it clear that she only had love for Hilaria Baldwin, she said. Well, she's amazing. I wish her and her family the best, and I hope she gets to visit Spain as much as she wants. Schumer had weighed in making light of the situation, saying, I feel like it was so insane and entertaining that I think hilarious probably the only person who's happy about the insurrection in the capital because it distracted people from Her Spanish roots, not trying through. It was the same time. But then she went on to say she's amazing. I wish her the best. We'll know what Amy posted. It was funny. It was a picture of Malaria with her new baby and Hillary is ah yoga guru She's got, you know, teeny, tiny fit body and Amy Schumer also just had a baby. And what Amy posted was just me and Gene, you know, enjoying our you know. Making some joke that it though this is a picture of me and my baby when it wasn't she was making fun of herself.
"amy schumer" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"I mean i don't think it could be. But yeah i think that's a big part of that but it's also about making time in the midst of that hectic life once a week to say. Hey let's go for a walk. Let's hold hands while we walk. Let's talk about and save a her. You know i really miss you. And i see how overwhelmed you are by doing all the time and how exhausted you are and i miss my lover. I miss my partner. What can we do to not completely marginalize are sexual connection with each other. What would help her make space to receive pleasure from you her. She's giving all the time. I like the idea of opening conversation. My poor fiance. Michael is sitting right over here talking about him as though he's not but every night he will like pet and massage my back to sleep and more often than not yet. We have a really nice time. The petting leads to exactly what we both want. Even when i'm tired. And he's a very physical person. Which i love. Because i'm like you brian. I really like. I like physical touch a lot. And it tends to lead in my relationship to a lot of sex so oh good lord. I'm sorry mom and dad. But i wouldn't want brian to be I don't know rejected. You know he might be rejected. But i think when we give because we want to not because see we expect something in return but somebody rejects us. We can be disappointed but so what nor disappointed every day of the week about something or another when you're an adult you sort of lick your wounds and you move on so i don't know again. I don't know her. You do brian. Would she respond to touch a foot massage a shoulder massage before she goes to sleep at night. Just because you wanna make contact with her. So right right. I don't think she'd be good which away from that. She's very kind. And i guess. We're pretty typical people but she would respond. Think kindly with that and still no necessarily it. Would you go anywhere. But then it. It's not it's not necessarily about that well right you don't know and i think that's honest point. She's saying for her she's exhausted. She's out ready to sleep. That back massage rub is becomes an invitation. An and her body responds to it. And so and i think that's again about in that moment you have a choice you can say. No i'm just gonna roll over and go to sleep. Or i wanna make this physical connection with my partner. This is for the good of the whole. This creates this positive connection between the two of us. And you know the marriage matters to me to. Even though i'm really tired. I'm going to have sex anyway and i'm glad afterwards and going back to the idea of compliments the more specific the better. You know it might make you think about those things whether it's our eyes or legs. And then she might feel sexier. Dr alex samaya ding-dong. I'm right. you're yes. I think you are right. That it's not a generality at something specific to and for everyone it will be different so we can't say that every single thing that you respond to all women respond to i guess survey dr. Brian knows us wife better than we do so he would know what she will in. Won't respond to yeah. I get that she has beautiful is like you saw. That would be the first thing that stuck out to you. It's stuck out to me and tenth grade. When i saw her in english class for the first time. Yeah she's gorgeous is and wonderful legs and of the things i like. She doesn't like like. I don't think she likes her feet very much but i i do. I've always liked her tummy or stomach Baby and enter toronto right. Those are the kind of her maybe source subjects..
"amy schumer" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Devastating because like we're not socialized in that way and so it was a blow to my ego. Darks alex would you recommend. I am sort of addressing this on a maybe a surface level. If brian ordered toys. is that also an avenue. That would be really fun for them to take. I don't think so because it's not consensual per se. What's missing here is that i don't know your partner at all your wife and this is a tricky thing to say but my perception is there some kind of self deception going on here. That she's not really being on s te about what's going on for her sexually. What turns her on what she likes. Why she's avoiding your advances issues not being transparent and it may be that. She's not being honest with herself because she's just beleaguered entire and it's like you just want to have sex again and and i'm very also cautious about this notion about people putting pressure on each other. You don't have to take that quote pressure on so brian. If you're saying you know. I wanna have sex with you. I'm aroused by you. I desire you. This is important to me if she feels pressured by that. That's not really you're doing. That's built in an inherent in the system of marriage. The system puts pressure on us. The individuals aren't putting pressure. You know unless somebody is really over the line but that's not what we're talking about right now so for you to silence yourself is not a good idea because you're gonna have resentments about that. You know breaking out. All the sex books in the sex toys is going to be annoying to her. I think what has to happen is a really a frank conversation like let's sit down and talk about what's actually going on here is. This is what goes on for me. This is what i'm thinking about. This is what i want. But then dr alex can brian also say god damn baby. Your ass looks hot. yeah. I don't know what she would do that..
"amy schumer" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"I wanted to ask you about stand up again. If you don't mind know what i didn't tell you earlier is that i had no intention of going into comedy ever and i think the reason why landed in an is probably because my face betrays me my facial expressions are much larger than i intend for them to be right. Which apparently is funny. The what you're saying. Amy poehler said she has that too like she came out on stage as like juliet or something and everyone was just dying laughing. And you have that too. It's a rare thing where you come on screen or on stage. Whatever people just like love you thank you. Amy and that's something that you can't learn you can't teach that it's kind of out of your hands. I have a really hard time going on. Talk shows in the way. The podcast has been a relief for me. Because it's an element where it can control my own narrative but in general. I'm much more comfortable playing a character. I think this also probably links back to my issues with not having as many female friends. All i bitch wrote on your locker. I-love-you amy where is she. Now where is she in love you. I wanna nope. That's the show. I wanna make bullies. Where are they now. My brother is a professor at uc davis and his whole research is based on bullying which to me is fucking insane because men bullied the shit out of me. Yeah you're like really this is your life yet. Your life's work that's really funny. So the solitude in terms of creative with stand up and then acting with other actors. You do amazing job handling both abilities. Can you help me like sort of fill in the blanks with this idea of standup versus acting. Can you ask yourself this question. Trying desk you take take a nap. Post this question myself amy. This is a two part question so sort of road to the connection between. Stand up and performing. Well what's interesting is actually you before they say swimming says this is interesting like listen. This is interesting. it's probably not. But when i was starting stand up i was also taking this two year. Meisner course with william in new york he last year but the willingness for studios were studied and yeah two year meisner intensive so..
"amy schumer" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"There but his love for me is different than i've experienced. It's very whole know what you mean. It feels pure without agenda yet and that was something that took me a while to adjust to. Because i think i had been immature partner in previous relationships. Yeah i do know because it's easy. I mean i'm projecting but lake. It just made me laugh at all my previous relationships. I just read kazzee. David's book which is so funding is called. Nobody asked for this. She's in her twenties and just like those relationships where you're just much younger in your hope. He text meal like one. Am like come over or something. You're like okay. I'm dating this guy. And he says he's not ready for me to meet his mom yet but like maybe by new year just all these allowances when you're younger and then you're like get outta here like i'm tired but we just didn't have that we were just ready to rock. There has been relief and getting older hell and maybe because our brains are melting slowly so death is easier. Good hurry it up. But i think that one of the benefits for me is that i think i used to be a much more jealous competitive person without even re- well no. I realized that. I think those are terrible. Feelings saw that sucks. That's the worst. Feeling is the worst fee that chemical feeling is just so bad. Yeah i don't have that anymore. And i'm so grateful i know because what a toxic thing to do to yourself. Yeah i also think. I was more competitive relationships to interesting. Yeah well you know. I was with two actors and of course in our industry. You can't help but compare successes and failures and yeah. No one's above that owns beyond that. I would like to be amy. Yeah i didn't do well with dating people in the same industry. I mean that to me is like the dream you know. It's like oh to data comic. Or whatever but i didn't have success with that and i feel like for me. I wouldn't want to be in a relationship with a performer. Your identity with motherhood a year and a half in what. I'm trying to do and i love that question. Is i realized early in a way where unexpectedly i was like. Oh he's already like his own dude like he's his own person and i'm just here to support his growth you know and so just really trying to make sure that it's not about me and then i'm focused in on him and i'm just trying to navigate like we can communicate now a little bit you know and he knows some signs and he has some words so it's like he'll start to get really upset and i go. We'll do you want to take your wagging into the living room. And he you know he just wants to communicate and so like early stages of just figuring out how to do it like okay. We're home. We're going to wash our hands. Oh can you climb up your own stairs. Wash your hands. Like and then celebrating that genie's washing his hands like a big. You know seeing what's working. What dozen but it just trying to not take myself too seriously while we navigated and chris and i mess up so bad that we just support each other like if he falls or something while he was kind of. Chris's watch or chris's jurisdiction. It's my job to be like chris. Because if i do something you feel so bad that you need your partner to be like okay like shake it off. 'cause he's fine he bounces back but it's like the terror of them hurt is like we're trying to have fun. Really appreciate it. Be present completely. One of the irksome things of being pregnant is the societal pressure of like don't eat salami array rate the watchfulness over your body which is now fucking vessel disgusting..
"amy schumer" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"You know. We're in los angeles. We have three children on online learning right now. So it's like. I don't know like just super easy and peaceful. You should see the kitchen. Just wait to see the kitchen. Yeah we just had no child care for three days so that was really fun in our marriage is at a really good place where an all time. High gene is a year and two months three months. Yeah he's a year and a half his birthday may fifth. I don't know how many months is that's kind mother. I am meet you. you don't sad. I put makeup on me to you. Know put makeup on. I blow dry my hair. But now i'm looking at myself and you know whenever i can photograph. They right like no makeup. And i'm always like i was wearing a lot of makeup on so i don't know where it went but i just want you to know i respect this show and i love you. I love you amy love you i just need to say you have been such a huge part of my inspiration. Just how funny and from the second. You're in films. I was like wow like that. Just opened my mind to a whole other level like tiffany. Women can be being too. That's really the truth. i. Just oh. My god i just think that you're so funny and i just have to get that out of the way. God i said too much to pass you amy newnan. Oh no no. I'm going in. I'm going in. I feel unsafe. Intimidate me no. No no no lot. I mean that has a very high compliment. Because i admire you so much so nice no. Please don't be intimidated. This is a long time coming. I just feel like you. And i are destined for friendship. I would love that. Yeah i also regret wearing the shirt. I just have to say because have all one color. Yeah i'm looking at my hair. Which might need to be colored. Soon my fiance's the dp. Oh but he also does my hair. He's been bleaching my hair during quarantine. Okay that's the ultimate. It looks really good. We've been using the laurie. Alcott's yeah you know. Yeah so amy. We finished expecting amy. My fiance and i looked at each other and we were like. Maybe we should do this. We should have a baby. Oh good of course. You didn't make their pregnancy itself. Seem quite as appealing. I was really nervous about putting this out. Because i was scared that it would discourage people from getting pregnant or especially for the first time because the possibility that you could get that sick honestly scared that i was going to affect the population in the other way. So i'm happy to hear you say that really you know god ebbing the journey that you fucking went through so when i had. Jack was a geriatric mom because i was thirty. Five was my first pregnancy. Things were great. I felt great..
"amy schumer" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Hey dear listeners. I am such a fan of today's guest. The incredible amy. Schumer amy from trainwreck. I feel pretty snatched and her comedy central. Show inside amy schumer. I really loved her. Recent documentary series. Expecting amy on. Hbo max it was so unexpectedly honest and revealing. You feel like you really get to know. Amy as the series explores her fairly new marriage her pregnancy and the creation of her standup special. Amy schumer growing. Of course i knew it would be funny but it was also very romantic. I really recommend it for a date night. I just love amy. And i feel so lucky to have her on the podcast. After talking with amy i'm.
Holistic Healing with Amy Szumstein
"Nullis. Stay an welcome to live. Love engage. I am gloria grace rand and i am delighted to have guest with us on the podcast day and her name. Is amy schumer stein. And it's spelled with a z. Wanted to make sure. I've found out exactly how to pronounce it. Because that's what happens. Sometimes you know But first off welcome to live love engaging. Glad to have you here. Thank you and it is a mouthful and so i give grace that anyone who tries to pronounce it correctly while it's all and lay tell you a little bit about amy and we actually first off. We actually met through the women's prosperity network that we are both members of and When i heard what she did. I got really excited and i thought i think she'd be a good guess for the program so let me share with you. What she does A little bit about her. She brings an eclectic mix of skills life experiences and athleticism to all her endeavors. Special her business which is called holistic healing when aiming she is a former international martial artist and current second degree black belt as a championship winning ultimate frisbee player which is pretty cool and then and now she's also a coach and she Having nursing degree she spent twenty years as a critical care nurse at the university of pittsburgh medical center in trauma center or trauma hospital Until she realized how little we actually know about the effects of nutrition and mindset on human body. And that's definitely something that we're gonna talk about today because i think Both of those things are really vital to helping us to live fully and being able to engage authentically. And all we do she's also an author. She is a mom. I know she's got a daughter getting ready to go off to college right now. And a whole bunch of things that we're gonna we're gonna start chatting about so let's get started first with Nutrition what got you interested in that after being critical care nurse. Well it's funny. Because i realized that the patients were coming in a lot of the same patients with the same problem and so there has to be some underlying and it was. It was never obvious because the medications that we continue to give them could take care of the surface issues to get rid of it. We needed to do more. Digging and my own kids had your infections. They just pass back and forth. And i felt like i was at the doctor's every other month getting antibiotics. There had to be a better answer in solution and nutrition. Was that answer because with it your body can get to the root of the problem and really heal itself if you given the opportunity to with with good nutrition absolutely. Oh yeah. I can't even begin to count. How many your actions. I have as a child myself. So my sympathies. So what did you. When did you start. What did you find out. I would say maybe in specifically about like because nutrition is such a broad subject so what was specifically Maybe the key areas that you found that are really helpful for people will say this. It came in the form of a product. So i could mention the product or not. It doesn't matter but when the person came to me. I was like i got this nurse like you don't have to tell me about your little fruits and vegetables should truth lies. Lee get so little education in the medical field on nutrition. I had yet that there was so much power in fighter nutrients. You know when i talk about this with little kids. I was cut by either your fighters you things in your body. And in yeah. It was really all fighter nutrients in the raw food that was really benefited. What was healing. Everything i mean to this day my daughter now. It's been almost a little over ten years now. She hasn't had an antibiotic or sick visit. I know hasn't i. Didn't i didn't know what i did now. And thank goodness. I opened my mind to s awesome. Yeah while some one of the things you you mentioned a little bit there about so like raw foods and whole foods. So's that i've i've heard a lot about that that's Should be good for you because as opposed to like all the process stuff. That's out there nowadays lutely absolutely and it in the raw form is really when you're getting the best nutritional value once you start cooking at microwaving steaming you know roasting it. It may taste better. But you're losing some of the nutritional value and microwaving unfortunately is the worst because it takes out all zacks everything. It's good in it but yeah it's Getting in raw. It doesn't always taste as good for some people but you know eat appearance. Eat some broccoli. And it's you get used to it too. I think also in a variety you really want to eat the rainbow.
Philadelphia - Delaware’s Sarah McBride Elected As First Transgender State Senator In United States
"The Nations First transgender State Senator Democrat Sarah McBride made history Tuesday by becoming the first openly transgender state senator after wintering her seat and Delaware. Her victory brought praise from celebrities including Charlize Theron, who called it Incredible News and Amy Schumer, who said congrats to McBride. And congrats to the people of Delaware for electing a great leader Katie Couric and Chelsea. Clinton also congratulated Bride who tweeted. She hopes her victory shows an LGBTQ kid that our democracy is big enough for them to
Jane Fonda leads celebs in exercise video to encourage voting
"Working in her eighties, and is she I saw a headline. Is she making another exercise tape? She isn't but what she did was she made a clip. It's like a little commercial exercise that vote and voter registration. And she got Katy Perry Kerry Washington Orlando Bloom Amy Schumer, Ah, Ken Jeong, Vanessa Hudgens Shack. Ah, Ashley Benson to make little cameos and it's like VHS graphics. She is in her full exercise gear doing like leg lives and stuff. Do you want to hear some of it? Yeah. Okay, there it is. Bring back the movement. We need to be in shape for the upcoming race needed strong. Laser forest be fully committed to the task at hand. So let's get ready.
Director Alex Hammer on Expecting Amy
"This weekend showcase with an interview with Alex Hamer. He directed and edited, expecting Amy the new, many docuseries comedian Amy Schumer, who went on tour after learning that she was pregnant. You join Amy and her husband, chef Chris Fischer. From the beginning of her rocky pregnancy to the birth, all as she travels across the country, making others laugh. She's very funny, but what I thought we were going to see was, you know Comedy on stage. It would be like a Chris Rock special or Dave Sopel special, but it's not so much being funny on stage. Is it her being a person who's funny on and offstage but you're mostly looking at her backstage and in her personal life, right? Yeah, I mean, it starts with her creating are developing a special that you want to film them along the way she finds out that she's pregnant while she's on a 40 city tour, So it's always a curveball and like trying to develop her stand up special when she's working on on the road. And and increasingly becoming more and more pregnant, becoming sick because of that, because, uh, lucky symptoms coming from that she goes through a very difficult pregnancy. She cannot keep food down. And sometimes in the toilet minutes before she goes on to stage and Can you and seems to kill on stage, right? I mean, you were there was her comedy Good every night. Yeah, I think later on in the theories talked about like she can always perform regardless of how she feels, because it's something that you kind of drop into. And it all looks like spend. Ah, how you're feeling because you're in a different zone and become very clear with a lot of performers I think go to got to. Yeah, I turned it on. You know, I thought that was one of the more interesting observations about it, she said. You sometimes forget What you're doing is making people happy. What you do is we could hear them laughing. You go. Okay, that's working. Or maybe that's not working. And then you refine your your act as you work your way through, Say, a tour. But it's not like you're going up there. Philanthropic Lee trying to make people happy, It's a job you're doing. You're doing it as well as you can. Oh, and by the way people laugh when you do your job. Well, that's part of my citizens. Isn't that fascinating? Yeah, I think that a lot of people who you know is it is work. Any kind of entertainment is a lot of work to really home here on your craft and instruments. Forget like what you're bringing to an autumn because you're so focused on making something perfect. Not to name drop because I can't but only recently talked to Barry Manilow. Barry Manilow had a new album coming out this year, and he and the New York Times he and I talked about this, he said. I don't have fun. When I'm up there. I'm trying to deliver something. And I'm always cognizant of how I'm doing. And when I'm done if you enjoyed it, I'm happy about that. But, um I enjoying the music up there the way you are. No, I'm working on my job. Yeah, work. Really? And this was shot with a smartphone or smartphones. Is that right? On. It was a combination of like, basically whatever they could get their hands on a lot of really personal footage from her husband, Chris, and then they brought on somebody that he's been working with on tour forever. Market special price You shot a large portion of it as well. Interviews backstage and in their home, So the Knicks of all types of Snap and grab type stuff. And it kind of worked for
"amy schumer" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"Welcome back to the Sunday sit down podcast now more of my conversation with Amy Schumer. So how genes what fifteen months now I think? Have, how has he changed your life any? man. I mean. It's. It. I mean, he's just lighten so much more beautiful. It's You know it's so deep the follow love your child and. and. I don't know it's like Miss. You know I've gotten some I was supposed to be working during time the glut of us, and so I wouldn't have been seeing Henry much but with him. All Day every day for the most part and it's In the The best. Thing in my life. Yeah the well. You're on. Your own nut because it's right there looking yes. Yeah. Has it been more difficult than you thought it was going to be given how hard your pregnancy was has being a mom been different than you imagined it would be. No It's been easier actually The thing that's that surprise me. That is just how vulnerable you feel because of how much you them and. But. You know but. Also I think I was worried just wonder what it's like. My best friend WHO's had a baby and Moore he's a comedian Rachel Feinstein no her. You know and she break. All these concerns, there's so much. You want to say he's my best friend, but it's like there's so much. You can't explain until someone just has you know meets their child and so. It's not. It's none of the things you're worried about is like, oh, we're GONNA. Make GonNa be like have to with them all the time and I'm GonNa WanNa be doing other things and that has not been my experience A. This is also coming from someone who? Has Helped you know? I, just you know how much I wanNA hang out with him. Everyone's everyone's doesn't seem stuff gets better. It gets better. Your like shut up but. Every now and then all it at first, your standards are so low. You'RE GONNA keep the baby recognizes me. Running over be overwhelmed, throwing her arms around you and you're like. Oh my God. This has to be the best Komo world so. You're gonNA blink and jeans going to be a teenager. My daughter just turned thirteen. I know that's a cliche. But what I've found about parenting is all the cliches are true. They're all true. Any. Understand. That because you wanted to say appreciate every second of it because it goes fast and it's already going fast. Is there is there part of you as someone who doing stand up has lived an itinerant lifestyle now feels like. I don't know I don't know if I can go back out and do sixty shows and forty two days or is it okay because gene can come with you on the road sometimes and do you do you see yourself back out on the road again like that? No not for a while I. Can you use never been on a plane? Yet music playing that just the way. Staunton. Yes..
"amy schumer" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"Chris and I were talking about like we haven't been apart her. You know even a night like a dinner for so long that it's like. I I wouldn't even recognize this person we wake up. And like this I don't know who I am anymore. Like billy we were yesterday we were like Oh make out we slept until eight am today like wow and I like Oh, my I don't even know Identity is gone. Was GonNA say especially for somebody who's made her living on the road and has tour dates and just came off a tour. It must be wildly that sedentary. Really is it's but it is not as hard as I thought, it was gonna be like I. I really Miss Hanging out with my girlfriends and stand up but. I like staying home a lot. I like you know also not seeing anyone at all. This forever. I think a lot of people have discovered that about themselves like, oh, I kind of like this a little too much or at least more than I thought I would. Just. Drinking home. So I mentioned the cooking. Let's talk about Amy Schumer learns to Cook. You've got a great partner on the show. Obviously, your husband Chris is a chef. I also love the show that you call him chef. It's very formal. You know chef would you pass me? So. How did the idea for that show come to pass? Network totally called in if we wanted to do it. I'd like to take credit for I was like we wanted to entertain the masses during this. Horrific time but really it was. A reached out and pitched it and we said, yes, right away we were like this'll be cool and it was an opportunity to. Is the ourselves and and somehow pure people's homes to. Be of any sort of comfort. That felt like a real. A real opportunity that we were privileged to have what? Chris think about the idea that he's now roped into your universe of being on. TV and performing in some way. No, he's like so down or whatever you said. Yes. Right away to he was never nervous just. Like he's he's been. Higher pressure situations probably that. You were I will ever understand just with his upbringing on Martha's vineyard and being a farmer and. BILLING WITH Animals and processing them. You know he's just. He was like, yeah, let's Great. Let's do it. You know just no no hesitation. He's good too. If you've pretty calm natural on camera. Don't you? Berkeley Oregon where a good team. We're good. We're good. Duo has. Like just you know I just make jokes and he just doesn't laugh at them. It's like a truce. Great man. He is and just the Serb practical questions around doing a show like this in the time of Corona virus, and he can't have a bunch of people in a crew in your house. You guys are like rigging up cameras your nanny is running the show. How do you pull it off?.
"amy schumer" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"My thanks as always we're clicking and listening along. As you know we've been sprinkling in to some of our favorite conversations over the last couple of years that we've been reposting new conversations that I've done for Sunday today on NBC over Zoom? So while we can't be in the same room with people since back in March we're still talking to him from my house to there's and this week I got a really good one. I. Think you're going to enjoy with Amy Schumer one of the funniest people I think on the face of the earth. And Smart and interesting to talk to, and she's got a ton going on right now she's up with her husband, Chris and her fifteen month old son Jean there up at their house and they've just been hanging out since March. Not doing much except putting out another season of her show, which is called Amy Schumer. Learns to Cook it's on the Food Network her husband Chris Fisher is a farmer and eight acclaimed chef He comes from Martha's vineyard where he grew up and worked on a farm. They're married now the fifteen month old son in their show a shot during quarantine with their own cameras, and as you'll hear, their nanny, their babysitter who's up there with them she's filming the show and it's cooking show. So this great chef Chris is teaching his wife Amy who's not such a great chef how to cook she also had out just a couple of weeks ago on Hbo Max Series Expecting Amy which documented in vivid detail we were laughing saying all these shows that call themselves raw and unfiltered usually aren't raw or unfiltered, but this really is I mean, she shows all of it how difficult to pregnancy pregnancy can be. And It's all in there you know and she strips it down shows it. She talks about it. So she was pregnant with Jean having a very difficult pregnancy all while out on a forty two city sixty show tour. So that means sometimes she's doing a couple of shows night while she was very, very pregnant still working hard so I think. You'll enjoy this conversation on a lot of levels funny but also deep an interesting and probably relatable to MOMS and a lot of women out there who've been pregnant or who are struggling with going back to work a really great conversation right now on the Sunday, sit down podcast with Amy Schumer. Amy, thanks for doing this. Great to see you. So, let's talk about first quarantine even doing a lot of cooking I know you've been hanging out with gene Chris an awful lot how the last few months been for you. Really. You know like I, pretty privileged can't. Yeah, and jeans not in school yet. So I feel like we've had it a lot easier than actually everyone in my life like all my. Girlfriends from home respecting each other his New York. City schools are open, they just announced in. You know so i. You know. I mean. We're all feeling a lot of grief but I. I had some precious time with family any cabin fever whatsoever for you. Not as much as I, I would think I would have I mean..
Tiffany Haddish Is Dating Common
"Every, this is daily. tweet he with Justin Silvester, and Victor Cruz you guys Tiffany Haddish. She's found law. Now there's been a lot of speculation whether or not. She's really in relationship with common. Well, now she's sitting the record straight and some people are surprise on Steve O's Wild Rod podcast. She says that this is hands down the best relationships has ever been in. This I feel more confident in me not in. It's not him. That's doing it but it's Stable yeah. Way Happier in. It's like knowing that I got somebody that. Cares about me really has my back. Like. It seems like he does anyways I love I love you know. What are you guys think? Were they smart not to re eleven a relationship to now do you think it's a smart? I think something happened last night. She got it real good. It was a great night and she was in her feelings. I. Think it smart for Tiffany. Haddish to let this I think for her you know she finally found somebody who understands her who gets her and I think a lot of time. Don't realize you know this woman grew up in foster care. A lot of people that I know that grew up in foster care have abandonment issues. They don't let people in very easily. So that's why we haven't seen Tiffany haddish in these celebrity relationships after celebrity relationships. So now she founded you'd like common who goes deep with her who she feels comfortable with who empowers her, and she's like how I'm ready to let you guys know this dude is here and I'm writing with him and I think it's great. I think it's great to I think it's important especially for relationships that are like in Hollywood and are in the public eye I think keep it a secret a little bit I think that's why she kept it a little closer to the vest can just by saying that how much I love Tiffany Haddish. His bald head I didn't think I'd love it this much. But not her in common together it's like two EMINEM's being. What I love that she's like in love she's talking about she's out forward about it. After being asked one hundred times is you're gonNA have a baby if you're going to do this, do that with now that she's in something real and I think it's legit and I think and I wish nothing but. What am is me she said she lost twenty pounds and I think he'd lose about one hundred calories every time you sleep with someone side is. supposed. TO BE GAINING WEIGHT Is the time where people are eating lounging around. On the. Relationship Vic, she is working hard with Komen now cash wondering they did not make on Tumblr they met on a movie set and in the beginning, they seem to be joking around about relationship. Do you guys think this was part of this strategy die when they wanted to keep it private they may challenge the spot was there they moved in but like we just we just can't come out and be public about this. I think when you get to a certain age, you're not throwing every relationship up on instagram but we live in a world where people meet big on dates they get a coffee and they meet dogs three days later and all of a sudden we know their interrelationship these people are over forty. They're not playing this a love game like everyone else. Victim. Also say that we can. We stop letting social media validate relationships like just don't put your relationship online or social media on twitter doesn't mean you're not with the person anymore I. Remember every time I like post Rubio, post like her toe and the photo people like thank God you guys are still together. I got worried I'm like. Are you serious because you see her? Also. Keeps all the single people out there. That are actively searching right now because a lot of people have come out in a very lonely at the moment out of Oscillation Quarantine and I need to know who's available if you don't put in Karachi's talk, how do they night? Know but by the way when you're when you're not available is when they come. So that's why I always tell people don't Poche your man on. INSTAGRAM. Don't be nobody to your happiness because they only want you when you went somebody and that's the true nobody was victor until he got CARUCCI.
Tiffany Haddish Is Dating Common
"You guys Tiffany Haddish. She's found law. Now there's been a lot of speculation whether or not. She's really in relationship with common. Well, now she's sitting the record straight and some people are surprise on Steve O's Wild Rod podcast. She says that this is hands down the best relationships has ever been in. This I feel more confident in me not in. It's not him. That's doing it but it's Stable yeah. Way Happier in. It's like knowing that I got somebody that. Cares about me really has my back. Like. It seems like he does anyways I love I love you know.
"amy schumer" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Sort of mind boggling. This is now the end of our second season. It feels like we just started doing this podcast. Doesn't it to you guys? I feel like I've lived a lifetime I know I don't agree with that at all I. Felt like eons I've age twin eight years, yeah! Well I guess being around the intense. Clare car of Oh God you're. So No, no, that's not going I meant the bright bright white hot light of of my creative genius. Has Probably aged you prematurely? Better to fly close to the sun and have your wax wings burn off Lee and fall to earth and know that you almost touch the face of God and live the ordinary life. You were living before you were ushered into the Chamber of Conan O'Brien. But folks play that back. That's one of the most insane things I've ever said. Yes, that was impressive. Yeah, really impressive but yeah, it's the end of I. Guess what I think we did. Thirty six episodes this season thirty-six episodes last season. I think we did eight Dana carvey episodes. You add all those up. There's four good episodes in their. I. I joke I-. Josh Jest. I am very proud of the conversations we've had and the tomfoolery and chicanery. been a really good time I did want to point out. Some people think what's that? Would you say so? Sometimes your words are. Stupid. What are talking about I just said foolery and chicanery. No, but before you. Josh should we smart. Yeah No, Josh, we jest yes, we have our japes sometimes and our jobs or chicanery, like just yeah, talk, normally I am speaking normally i. am a man from the early nineteenth century. I'll say. Who was catapulted. Mysteriously into the twenty first century and I'm not going to sit here and listen to your Balderdash. This is how I speak I love those words I. Get angry that people don't use them more off all their all father all this folderol. Yeah I know that saying that this is the the wind down the end of the second season, but it really isn't because we have some some interesting fun things in store for the summer. That's all I'll say. I'll just put that out there that maybe there might be a little something interesting happening over the summer in this space. What are you guys? GonNa do for your summer breaks. We're not gonNA. See each other. Oh well, the world is burning so I think I'll just stay in my house. What are you? GonNa do for your Loki Apocalypse. Thanks for that was great Sono. Energy. Well the world's burning so I'll just stay in my house. I'm you know when people get to physically fit like a they and two hundred two muscle bound. They have to go through the long process of taking their body back to a normal size and shape. That's what I'm going to. Come I have to Yeah No. You, we can see you. This I forgot that we're on zoom. We're in separate locations. I honestly forgot you. Guys could see me, so I thought maybe I could get away with saying that I put. A lot of muscle. You even have. Filter on, don't you? Filter. I have the I have the enhance filter on and I'm standing in front of a cardboard cutout. Of Claude! Van Damme from nine hundred, eighty six, and still no one's buying it. Yeah. I don't know what I'm GONNA do. Say shod, Claude Van Damme. was that I didn't WanNa say it. You pointed it out girls what I. Did when someone has a name that's fairly well known, and it's a foreign name I like to change it a little bit to make it look like I'm in the No. Said Jean Claude van Damme but I said. John Claude van Damme I put A. Upfront and I did it on purpose, because it's my way of saying Oh out there, people are subconsciously thinking. He must know he's friends with Sean. Claude van, Damme, because he knows to call him shod and. That will buy you I know. What are you talking about like? People are going to be like. Oh, he's friends because he's. He mispronounced his name. Out Just said I have that's the way you know what I mean. People who are really good friends have little nicknames or little shortcuts for each other I. Call Him. Judd chocolate on pure nicknamed for Jean Claude Van Damme. Shot clock your kid. That's what he likes to be called out pair and you run into this Belgian wonder can. Try it say hey John Claude, and you will a very warm reception I promise you that speaking of that has come up to you on the street and Gun Kanter kyw other God made. No. One's done that now to be fair. I'm wearing a mask when I'm outside and I'm never outside. So nobody's done. If I had if I have one, I hope people do here that episode and where James Lipton the dean of the actors, studio? which episodes from remember when we don't remember few episodes ago? Okay, well, you're the producer. Anyway. I'm not an encyclopedia. A producer should know encyclopedically every episode any WHO. James Lipton looked up at a nude painting of his wife's. Guy As god made her. An I've put it out there that if you encounter me in the world, I look as I say like a very tall Swiss woman. You I encourage you to come up to me and go caddick I said also many people have pointed out that she's also the woman on the box of the clue game. She's Miss Karla IS THAT TRUE ABACI? Yeah, how do people know these tidal? No, I guess if you routinely play the game clue. You probably know all kinds of stuff. Yeah, what? Yeah, what wait end just said yeah I just took that. SONA. What girthy you just like! Yes, that's a deep profound. Ryan in yeah. It's a game that encourages one to suss out the inner truths, the hidden nooks and crannies..
"amy schumer" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"It's got one of those candy rings. You can lick and it's got. It's got personality. Yeah, at is your special wish, and that should help you procreate and keep. Yeah, this is my. Here's the stuff you didn't get any of that. You should go now. You should leave this party, but here's this bag and looks at the bottom. You kind of can make people laugh and. It'd be like. And and then please put the bag over your head. Thank you. Joe Now you should go now. Yeah I mean because to be honest like I. Feel like I spent years trying to be hot like because that's what you're taught. You're taught lake. Being attractive is more important than anything. That's what that's. What Society teaches you. You know they can say all these children's book personality differences, but what the kids around your teaching you is be hot, or you should even open your mouth, and then you realize they were telling the truth, and it's not it's. It's so exhausting to see a talented funny person trying so hard to be hot like we. We all know you're trying so hard to be hot. It's embarrassing for everybody. I got my lesson early. On which is when I got announced as the guy who was gonna take over the late night in ninety three which is now seven hundred years ago. The first thing I read about myself as well. NBC has made an interesting choice here and they may have made a smart move. He's got good comedy credentials because he worked on the simpsons and starting at live and he doesn't. Have you know they didn't pick pretty clearly didn't pick a pretty boy for the role. And every time I get hurt. My feelings I was kind of. Like. Why'd you have to say that? No, they always need a disclaimer there like she's round and cuddly looking. You know or on your why these words and I mean whatever they say. And now, but now they've got like a site. Daily Mail. You know they'll be like Olivia. Wilde stuns in her sweatshirt. You know just like some word that they attached to it. And then they're like an Amy Schumer walks with her stroll. But, that's the thing with like all your sort of as a woman is a lot of your worth. You know it's changing which is cool, but it's determined a lot. How attractive you are and. I wrote my college thesis on this about the the male gaze in how all the movies we saw would be like the slow pan up from the woman's. He'll and know. You're watching that as a woman like this isn't how I see a woman. Walk in the room, you know. I didn't know that you wrote a thesis on that. Yeah Yeah I mean. Why would you know that? I realize you're like my teacher Oh my college where I know I like to read. A I'm always fascinated when someone writes thesis because I wrote a thesis, and it took almost broke my brain, and it ruined my senior year and. Went to Harvard right? Yeah, you're doing a commencement speech for Harvard Tomorrow Yea I doing it for the the college. They have A. They have a university speech and they have a college speech, so I already taped it and I guess it drops. No one ever says that no one says Hey Mike Commencement speech for Harvard. Tomorrow! Now I get to say. That would have been a perfect place to get beef you should have. You could have planted a seed, or you could open yourself up to get troll vice something he said in your speech I didn't play it to saying I did. Yeah. I didn't have the pressure on me that you had, but my my thesis. It was talking about the the female gaze in a in a lot of the the female characters in books and movies that we were exposed to an. You know I mean the male gaze how it was. Just all you know from like something like Madam Bovery to. Citizen Kane whatever it was like it all. It was all like an and we didn't grow up. Seeing men sexualize very much know it was never like if anything that became a joke. You know that's it's. It's very different. If you you know when you're like licking your hand on your nipple, if I do that, it's like a very different thing. It's so hot if I do. It is what I'm saying. You know eating through. I was meeting it to be hot, so I don't know why you I'm sorry. No, it is yeah. No, it's so hot! It's so hot! Take your hand away from your mouth it's. Thing when I I, just yeah I thought you were vomiting. Crazy. It's so it's so. It's so funny, too, because we just happened to be living in this moment that really it's like an. It's a blip, but walk through any art museum in Europe Walk Through the roof and the ideal of beauty or the of beauty has changed so. Much at he used to be me. It used to be me guys what happened. Know what I'm saying. Is it's it's only recently that women have seems to me only recently that the ideal has now shifted into being ripped for awhile is being super skinny like crazy, spin, men or for women. And I think now for guys. It's almost. I. Mean I'm glad the dad bod`ed seems to be something that dad bought his it. Is fully well, also you know ninety five percent of all of the art hanging in the whole world is by way. Men in all the museums, and that is your fault. It's my rule. It's it is your little, and we will respect it. You know when I go to an art museum and this is a bit of a this has gotten me in some trouble, but I do always say excuse me before I go in. This is art by white men. Right? And they're always like and I'm like. A week, a clear on that upfront and You don't want to waste. Your is time. That's what I heard. You've been quoted as saying. I, don't WanNa. Waste is time I've only got two is and. Yeah that would go over really well. Excuse me, excuse me, are you? The curator of this Louvre can only see work that's done by a white man. We all. Here I. Are you German in that? I'm kind of is a little bit that. I'll okay. Yeah, I could see Ya. Yeah, here's. Something that just occurred to me and let's say that gene wants to get into comedy someday. You may not even have thought about this. I have I have. It's weird. I don't want my kids feelings to ever be hurt and so I don't like the idea of any of my kids being in show business or especially in comedy, which is so brutal and I've told my therapist and I've told people why wouldn't want them to get hurt and they say. Isn't that funny because you've clearly? Don't you like yourself you've you've you've been torn to shreds a million times? Why War! Why are you guys I? Mean I feel the same as you I think? And I think I. Think Jean is so funny like I think he got that thing. Like listen, he's one. Every parent probably feels way but I think he has like a funny comedy face Vibe, but I mean in my personal experience and the experience of most people I know. The reason you get really funny is because you have a pretty bad life. I mean that's the truth like. I I think you know you can have a natural ability in. You can be really funny Seinfeld is an exception to this because he he always like claims that he's had like a good life I believe him. but everyone else. I know I'd like a pretty tough childhood and you know family drama. Every sports doc. You're like Lemme. Gus was his dad hard on him. Yeah, yeah, yeah, winning! But that's it's funny. You bring that up because I thought the same thing about Seinfeld and this is going to be a weird. This your teeth. No, no, no, this is a weird connection to make, but they always say that all serial killers fit a profile except for one ted. Bundy Ted Bundy was incredibly sociable and charming, and could really connect with people, and that doesn't fit any of the profiles for serial killer, and in the same way of and people are like. Wow, he's a real outlier. No one can figure out Ted Bundy, and I've always thought. And this is this is no offense to to Jerry Seinfeld you. He's a murderer I think he's the Ted Bundy of comedy..
"amy schumer" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"There and welcome to Conan O'Brien needs a friend This is the podcast we'll talk about this a little later, but this as it turns out is our final podcast of our second season, and we have an amazing guest today. She's hilarious. She's very funny I just want to point out that I talked to our guest. Amy Schumer before all of the chaos and. Emotional horrors, and convulsions that that followed the killing of George Floyd, and we are in the midst of intense racial division right now and anger and We're also that butted up against covert nineteen, and so we find ourselves in these very serious times, but I had this conversation with Amy Schumer who I love, and she's just hilarious and delightful, and we had this conversation before any. Of of the upheavals of the last week, so I wanted to make sure that we explained that to people and so I know there are a lot of us out there a lot of you out there that. Would or could use some laughter and could use some silliness, and that is what that interview provides, but I also wanted to be completely honest and say that We're taping this segment now. the heels of every thing that's happened over the last couple of days so. How are you guys doing, Sona, how are you? I'm okay I'm yeah. No, it's funny. No one's good. I ran into I saw friend of mine. This woman and I said. How are you and she said? I'm good and she had her mask on, and this is you know two or three days into the riots over George fluids killing, and she said I'm good. And then she just stopped in her tracks, and she turned to me, and she said I lied. I'm not good and I was like I know. It's a reflects to say I'm good. I'm I'm guessing you feel the same way. Matt Yeah I think so I'm sad. It's a sad time for our country in the people at the core of this struggler justice for George. Floyd black lives. They're like the best of the country right now so I'm trying to take some inspiration from it and. Let, it pushed me into something and to do something. I heart goes out to all of the people suffering yeah. Well we have this making comedy at this. Moment is a strange thing. It's a strange task and and at the same time I do think people should hear Amy Schumer be really funny, an awesome, and then after that. Maybe we can talk about. Where we are the end of the season. Does that sound like a plan all right? So when I was going to do it, whatever you, no matter what you said, plow ahead. Okay, just being A. IF we're being honest, you know you're you're you're okay didn't influence me one way or the other. Okay? Yeah, go ahead now and introduce. I. Have Your permission sonal. Please go ahead. Okay, you're allow. Today is an absolutely hilarious comedian as well as an actor writer and bestselling author. From the Emmy Award Winning Comedy Central Series. Inside Amy Schumer and the movies trainwreck and I feel pretty on July ninth. You can see here in the DOCU series. Expecting amy on Hbo Max Very Thrilled, but she joined us for this conversation. Amy Schumer Welcome Amy. No. We're going to start with. Where are you first of all I would much rather be doing this in person. That's my favorite part of doing the podcast I like people to smell me. That makes one of us. But we this is now this weird way of doing it, but it actually he's been working out fine. Where the hell are you okay as I've said in my text messages I'm not I'm not gonNA. Tell you where I am on. An years yeah, but where exactly I'll pin you. I'll drop you a pin. Okay, yeah, my husband grew up here and so we. We fled New York. Now you're on an island. This is where they send a dictator. That's misbehaved. Make they make him stay on an island. I like to think of it more as as people with leprosy. Okay, you're a dictator with leprosy. You've. Been Sent Atta identify. Does does being on an island. Add to the weirdness of the quarantine I think you're right I think it does I hadn't thought about that, but it's all very weird, and it's also weird to go from New York where I I mean Manhattan where I think they were like estimating twenty percent of everyone was going to have it or something like that right right and then come somewhere where there's been twenty. Twenty nine cases total but I think people are more afraid here than they were in Manhattan. which is you know So you know people were really freaking out here and we're like okay, but we're. You know we've been here for a couple months now, but we're like we just came from where it's really everywhere, but here it's like people walking around lake in like a hamster like humans hamster wheel. I'm like. Have you guys? Yeah, you want to say to them. We're on an island. We've all been here for a couple of months. No you know. Put the Covid can't afford the ferry it, can't it. It's not going to be. It's not gonNA be able to cough up to sixty five dollars to get over here and you know what happened on the ferry, so? Having New York plates If you drive anywhere out of New, York right now have New York plates. Everyone is sure that you have it in that you are on purpose like driving around to try and spread it, and so we are on the ferry. We've near plates. Pay To stay in your car. Because of New York plates where like Okay and I had to pee so bad. I. Everyone knows where this is going, so I, with our nanny and our baby, and my husband, and our dog in the car, I had to pee. In the car in like I peed in our dogs like portable, because I had to piece so bad and we were waiting, 'cause ferries kept getting canceled because of the weather. And like I didn't think. I was going to ever appear in a car in front of my nanny. I just didn't like plan on that and. And it just kind of kicked the trip off like. In a cool way like with a cool vibe, but I wanted to respect the stay in your car..
The New Normal with Phoebe Waller-Bridge
"Is an auditor as always thank you so much for coming on first of all. How the hell are you good? I've got into a rhythm I think. Some senior okay. The Sun's out as a sort of calm minnow streets. We shocked by. I are you. Are you an extrovert or introvert? Ike feel you're an extrovert. You get your energy from other people rather than get your energy from alone. Time is yeah an extra energy from other people. They need to learn time but they get their energy from other people. Introverts need society in socializing but they get their energy from being on their own. Who Goes I know she do? You know what I think. I generally think I'm not sure I would say I was next. But I don't feel like an extrovert when I'm being making sense. I remember amy. Schumer went said. She's an introverted extroverts. Because I'm actually really really really loving stopping it in. This was so confusing this whole time. Because there's so much positive that has come out of the absolute tragedy but one of them. I think really is that people have suddenly become so much more aware of one another and this. It's been this big sort of humanizing force and to suddenly be having thought over the last year. I've been traveling so much and been moving so much dislike just go go go and wasn't sure if I how I would feel just suddenly being at home quite absolutely love it. I love the quietude. Such quite huge does now. It's like it's like. It's like quiet with attitude. Yes yes. It's hard Clinton too is quite with attention. I relate to that and again. I'm very aware that you know. This is a global pandemic and people are dying and I don't want to sort of make about my silver linings but human beings are designed or have a vote to see silver linings. That's who we are and we need to find silver linings in order to survive. So it's okay to talk about them. Are you having a ball? Well I think I've got. I am finding exactly what you're finding. I've been rushing around London rushing around the world for so long and I haven't taken the time to stop and regroup because there's always another wonderful thing to do or go to opportunity or something to create an they. Some of these. Things are incredible work. I've been able to do with choose. Lov help refugees or coughing with Amnesty International. I wouldn't take any of it back. But there's always something to fill a hole in your calendar and I think for both you and may have the last few years that's been I think especially true. I'm GONNA say especially. Yeah it's been a wild few years. I think it's just when you have a lack of rhythm soda new life whether it's so mad that you're letting the last year for Fussell Of sporadic and spontaneous instead of it's spontaneous but it's also completely at the mercy of the Hustle and I think when you're hustling and whatever scale every time your life. It's this constant kind of hunt. Constitutive run and when you do stop it's just a sort of water breath talking with family friends and then go again and actually. This is me which people have been saying for a very long time. Which is you have to make time to take stock of it all otherwise very healthy and so. I have tie it now because I find this. I'm finding this not coming over me and I think it's years of tidiness landing now. My Body is allowed to be still. Yeah I completely Completely sort of out for the first week. Maybe it was the second week. Actually when lockdown began and actually just before lockdown began the first instinct was sort of from so many people. What can we do? How can we help? What can we? How can we like mobilize? And then all of that kind of crazy energy that came from all these announcements in the realizations and that sense of falling into this kind of crazy global panic sort of thrown into that so I think the first two weeks and then we'll talk for the first two weeks it was all about the fleabag fund and then actually when that et cetera getting up and running after that I just completely just goes so gross and earl and also are you feeling better now via what's it because it's just you start thinking about my health and competed way way and because it's not only for the responsibility news. Your health is your responsibility to yourself. Because you're sort of like yeah. Obviously we all want to look fabulous all the time and that's the main reason for me. Yes but now we like like if I'm healthy. I'm putting my Momma risk or like other people at risk and it's just been such an amazing like amazing massive wakeup call up after after ourselves and it's not just a kind of selfish exercise book quite literally. Selfish exercise suspecting that I am you. I'm feeding seeing the silver linings and I think the social distancing thing is actually in some ways been good as well because you can't just immediately just go to yourself forbid
Amy Schumer changed her son's name because it sounded like 'genital'
"A lunch box was telling me that Amy Schumer want to change your baby's name etcetera she changed it after being a it's a year old and she decided that she didn't like the way it sounded when you say it out loud because the names was Jean I tell what wait a minute you would name your kid Gina tell as in genital who in the world especially someone that uses words for a living like that's what she does she crafts words to make people feel a certain way and yeah she said that I realize it sounds like genital and I had to change it for a year she what was that what's the bigger story here that she named her kid Gina tell or that she changed it after a year that's crazy other stories you change it I don't know how you change your baby's name after a year that's a little weird to me wow what does that with the changes here yeah Jeanne David Fisher you know there are other kid view all there you go I'm my mind is blown right now that someone who is supposedly smart could do something that dumb you would think it's saying it all together that someone go and give me that sounds like a you know a nadie
Amy Schumer changed her son's name because it sounded like 'genital'
"Actress comedian Amy Schumer change your baby's name from Jean I tell Fisher to Jean David Fisher because she says that originally the name Gina tell sounded like general and she didn't want to be named genital no that gene our baby's name is officially changed its now Jean David Fisher it was Jean a television but we realize that we by accident names are subject at all yeah Gina tell sounds like Janet all but there's no name now David which is also after telling my dad's middle name is David
Amy Schumer and her husband are getting their own self-filmed Food Network show
"Amy Schumer and her husband chef Chris Fischer inviting you into their home while you're stuck in yours the food network has announced a new show tentatively titled Amy Schumer learns to cook Schumer is opening up our kitchen and a new self shot series I
Oprah and Amy Schumer: Your Life in Focus
"So amy. Amy had what sounds sounds like a really tough week. which makes it all the more special that you would give up your Saturday as everyone else has given up there Saturday to make the trip to come to Charlotte doesn't Wanna I spend their Saturday with Oprah? Charlotte really wasn't a grueling week. What's going on this week was really tough but I do feel better hit? IVF this week. I don't know what that stands for but but I know I had it and then I and then I had my egg retrieval on Monday which is also the the last time I pooped. I said I wasn't going to say it but I did. You can't do after but and I've been feeling rough all week but but I feel better today and knowing I was coming to see you at you've been sharing you. This journey on social media. Yes I have been posting staples. Yeah I just thought I'll share it. Yeah because one time we posted refilling rundown pretty emotional because your hormones are all over the place that's right yet. They're still all over the place so like watch out. I mean it was really you get shot with a ton of hormones. I still have my bruises where you get the shots I mean. It's I don't want to discourage anyone but it hurts. Those shots hurt. And then you get the egg retrieval after you you know you're over his filling up with fluid. IVF guys and during this time. I saw you you posted where you were asking other people. Just send me any advice you have about it. Did you give me half ice. Well you know. It's not something that there have been some people who've been really open about it. I Know Gabrielle. Union had had people who've shared their journeys with it but I didn't really have like a big group to ask about it so I was like. Yeah I don't ask everybody get all the tips just like you guys have connect right for for ww. I used my instagram and and asked what should I know what you wish you knew and men like women were just really down to reach out and share and help me and like hold my hand through it. I love that you came in your sweats. So amy sit in the attacks earlier and said this is okay to where I go. You should wear whatever makes you feel comfortable. Yeah and you're having a stylus come over. They were GonNa do the whole thing. I got address. You got address hanging up in my closet. I said just I said it Charlotte. They're going to love you. That's just the way I do love. Charlotte I've performed here live really. Yeah mostly for the Hornets but also I performed standup watch. This and I just ate some biscuits backstage. That will change your life. Yeah the food here. It's not you don't do the point thing or anything. No I use all my points on these biscuits I was gonna say because a biscuit could take you down. Yeah now you said that this whole process is taught you to actually be more patient and kind with yourself golf. What does that look like for you? Patience and kindness showing up for yourself. I think as as women I know they're men here too and I don't want to alienate you but I think as women the AH. The expectations on us are so high to always be okay. Always look your best. Feel your but you know and and so what am I talking about. You're talking about this process of being kind to yourself kinder to myself okay. Do you know when you're talking walking. And then you look out and you're like they're truly fifteen thousand people here and Oprah. I'm like my hi. I'm not high. Yeah but I'm like I think I'm hi. It's really easy to be to feel guilty all the time especially actually now having a baby like just that self gill the self hate and it can get to meet you and and what do you say to your friends like. Give yourself the advice you give your friends love yourself like your your own mother. You know like be kind to yourself signed us you know so. It's those feelings of guilt. They're are useless and they're not real and do you have now as a new mother like are you doing it right. Do you have those am I doing it right. Yeah it's an I'm working and like I know there's just working mom vibes out in this audience. It's it's a constant. There's a constant like just cycle of of guilt and shame about it. You're like should I be he with my baby all the time like somebody else is taking care of my child right now but really what I've learned for myself as like the best thing you can do it to take care of yourself so that when you show up for your kids you are yourself. It's no question but I do. Love Love the fact that you said. Look I'M GONNA I'm GonNa do this for you and then I'm going to go right out. I'm not even GonNa say goodbye to you backstage. You believe it. I'm not GONNA say goodbye. Fight you know so. Let's just now by. It was so good seeing you. You look amazing. So thank you for plumbing Yale. Thank you your hope now. So the reason you're going through all this is so that you can have a sibling for gene. Yeah 'cause you thought just just having one would not suffice no having if you WANNA have one kid. Do you know Presh- I I think. I think my husband really wanted us to have another one because we love him so much. I think he thinks that it's creepy. You know what I mean like just obsessed you know and he thinks like you've got to have another one so that you're not you. Don't make him into like a complete Weirdo I. I'm really close with my sister and we were like we gotta try. We got to try to get a sibling and show. You had a really really difficult pregnancy. I mean not just morning sickness every day like calling me from different different states have connections calling you like your doctor. You know someone who can give me an IV in Chicago. I'm on the floor Yeah it was. I had hyper amasis which I also have endometriosis. And there's not a lot of research on these these women's issues because that's what they are there. I mean they now have chewable Viagra but they can't throw us a bone with endometriosis. Give some money to the studies for ladies also please but yeah I was so sick I was. I couldn't keep anything down. I was hospitalized four times four times like you know. Were you really afraid though during that time. Because you're thinking I'd you know I could lose this baby one in three women hypothesis lose the baby. Oh and something like fifty percent lose their jobs. You can't work it's if you've you've ever had food poisoning it's that I had that for nine and a half months because you know you're not pregnant for nine months. That is a lie. I don't know why they say nine months nine months. Then when you start doing the math and you know it's ten months at least right. I mean it really is and I heard that one of your takeaways from all of this was that women are just the warriors we are warriors. All of us. I mean for real. That is what I learned. I didn't just learn how strong I was. I really learned as a whole how strong women are and you know men are great to like. That's awesome and you guys can throw a touchdown but like can you make baby. You can make a baby with our body. Yeah yeah it's growing now. Football's grape like make a baby. It's pretty amazing when you think about it. It's amazing. Everybody remain a baby. Give yourself a high five. We'll look at y'all
The Hazards of Making Movies About Real People
"The I'm Kim Masters and this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me as many of the Hollywood reporter and Matt has come up. Many times in Hollywood does what it loves to do which is to make make movies and particularly awards season movies based on real people that controversy follows and we're seeing more or less at the same moment to different controversies sees. One of them involves Clint Eastwood's new movie Richard Jewel. which according to the Hollywood reporter's awards reporter Scott Feinberg up ends the Academy Me Awards race? It's it's GonNa be very very popular. He thinks with hatemi members in numerous categories. I'm assuming that probably includes picture but in this movie Richard Jewel. Joel this is about the security guard who tried to warn about the Olympic Park bombing back in Nineteen ninety-six a real event. He is portrayed in this movie. Of course he. He was excused of having been involved with the bombing. He was completely innocent and his life was M- very damaged by this. But I'll tell you what life is being damaged now day day in this movie have character a woman reporter who Allegedly in the movie sleeps with a source with an FBI source to get a story about about this and this person this real life person whose name is used. Kathy scruggs is dead and cannot speak up. I mean this is an outrageous thing to accuse as a reporter of that is a firing offense as you know if you were to get wind of one of your people at the Hollywood reporter sleeping with the source to get stuff and I will tell you in my life there. There have been occasional offers. But that's not something that real reporters do and the editor of the Atlanta Journal Constitution where this person worked is objecting to this and I will just now. This is a Clint Eastwood movie. Clint Eastwood is clearly very conservative. Possibly part of the trump you know the reporters play reporters are fake news world and I honestly Kinda Hope. This becomes the controversy. Because I think it's outrageous. Well it's also part and parcel of the film this. This is an indictment according to the reviews that have come out of both the FBI and the media and how they handled this situation with Richard Jewel. And I don't I don't think anyone is saying that this was the finest moment for either of those institution absolutely not but it does cross the line there to suggest that a reporter did something like this and it's also a trope like you've seen this in other things with sally field. I'll never forget it. I was like well. Paul Newman hard to resist about. We don't do this right and even more recently. If you look at the character in house of cards played by Kate Mara her relationship with Kevin Spacey. Right if you look even Amy Schumer in trainwreck. I mean that was. She was sleeping with the subject of her story. So this is like a trope that comes back and and I am not what a female journalist but I see how deeply offensive this is And also not necessary like you. Don't need it's Lizzie. And let me just turn quickly to this apple premier. You know apple is trying to plunge into this world. It's been a bumpy ride. We've talked about. They have this movie. The banker they were going to have a premier they cancelled it. Why did they cancel it because the son of the subject and the stories about a black man who this is a real story again of who recruited a white man to front for his financial business sixty years ago before the Civil Rights Act? This is a real story. But they have been using this guy. Son is the sky named Bernard Garrett Junior to promote the movie and IT Turns Out Bernard Garrett has a couple of half sisters who say that this guy had sexually molested them for years ears and this has now blown up. It's a different kind of hazard. Apple acquired this film. But when you don't vet things carefully this hazard that can happen. Yeah that's an interesting question because apple bought this movie after it was already made and neither apple nor the filmmakers knew about this controversy until about a week peak before the premiere and obviously the allegations are very specifically time. But now they've got to figure out what to do with this movie. That has this. Explosive allegation dropped their wives. Yeah I mean I just saved. Proceed with caution when you're doing true real life stories and I think it's a cheap out to Take on someone who's dead and can't speak up. Thank you thank
Brag Better with Meredith Fineman
"I'm very excited about my guest. Today we just met and we became became fast friends and we were sitting across from each other. It was sort of a hi. How are you what do you do and she tells me that she helps coach coach women on how to Brag better that is something that really hit me as a person who has major issues with self promotion and we're here to talk about that. I find it very fascinating. Her work is very interesting. She is a DC based. PR and communications expert she's also in involved with it says your leadership coaching which I found very interesting. I'm like you slay at high school reunions. What a cool job. Her name is Mary Feinman. Welcome to Nash B O N Cheese a podcast guest host. She also has a podcast called. It never gets old exploring vintage denim and vintage clothes verts any so the world of secondhand okay the world of secondhand we love. That's why you're here to clarify honey. Thank you so murder. I'm so happy you're here. You're work is fascinating. Thank you and I will say okay and to anyone listening big fan of you and the pod of but you're not alone and having trouble talking about yourself is what I do for a living so cool. Though what a cool job thank you it. It has been a long fight for the Bragg. I just finished the manuscript for Brag better the book which is out in June We have a little ways to wait zero waste waste wait. I have a lot of editing to do but yeah I mean. I'm thoroughly unsurprised that. This is something that affects you. It affects everyone not just women though at my core heart center that's who I care about impacting with this and so it stems from a lot of different things my becoming the go-to as PR person for representing individuals my own work on I've been a freelance writer for about fifteen years I speak I do. TV and people sorta wanted that piece but then we have this extreme which I don't have to explain to you in show business. This cult of personality situation going on where leadership is a driver of business more than it ever has been like traditionally in American history like yes. We've had big families as like you know the vanderbilts or people like that that have been titans of industry but they're more visible than ever and I didn't think it was fair that the benefits associated with understanding president visibility be reserved one for people for McCain naturally which is like three people like. I've taught myself this for many years. I grew up in the DC. You know media in politics bubble being like toted around two parties. I've sounded like this since I was five which is like super fucked up but also good. It's not cool. I'm uh-huh yeah but yeah and then I started is that nobody knew how to talk about themselves and that it was so agree just for women and I was watching the systemic trajectory so it would have young women that want to work for me and this was when find point was more of a PR shop and they could not talk about their past experience with confidence accordance and then I would have friends where I would have to happen and play publicist and then I would literally like living my life yeah yeah no. I mean it's super duper real well. It's an epidemic and then then I would represent really high powered women and they all felt the same way which was that feels really icky to talk about yourself a used Brag. It is a taboo word. We don't have that many other one right self-promotion yeah but you know what it's a necessary very skill set and it is one that will get you more money a bigger job opportunities hundred percent and like. I think that it's just that I don't have to really explain to anyone out here in. La Because I feel like that's so much of what you have to do so much of what we have to do in it is most certainly been a hindrance to me and I don't know exactly when this happened but it's it's. I'll give you an example like you book a show you as an actor like Oh. I booked in episode of show. It's very easy to post a photo of you. Onset post a photo of your trailer post a photo of the script at the table rate and I would see these photos rose and I would be happy for my friends but it got to the point where I was like people are bragging about their jobs and then it would make me not mad at them or hate them or feel weird. It would just go. I'm not GonNa do that when I book of job because I don't want to make other people feel weird about it so then I never did it yeah and that's really if you really just think about it. It's insecurity. It's all stems from insecurity of like. Oh I don't want to you know come off a certain way or whatever but that's sort of in our business you have to do that. It reminds people that Oh you are a working actor and that people book you totally and from that I always like people don't know what you want until you tell them and people don't know what you've done until you tell them so for example like you were just on an episode of drunk history like I might be a random person who has a random show who thinks you only have the podcast and then sees that it was like Oh shit she also acts yes like you. You have to show up you have to that. Everybody is very lazy and does not read and you know you've to tell them. You're available to speak to tell them. You're able to act whatever it is that you you. WanNa do and what I will say is like so obviously obviously I care about doing this for women because being a woman in public is so complicated yes you're judged on you know metrics and factors that matter not that is obviously you know doubly triply true in Hollywood where so much is based on appearance and like. It's funny 'cause I live in. DC which is for the call Hollywood for ugly people and it's it's super true and it's just like so based on intellect that actually sometimes it's funny sometimes like focusing on your appearance in DC is like a a bad thing which is is funny. It's all all Asbat for women or picked apart. You know yeah well what I will say to you too. Is I mean at this point. I've trained and council like hundreds if not thousands of people and particularly your southern woman where I you know I'm making a generalization Zeeshan but gender norms also I would say in the south being polite very overtly feminine dominate s I would put a lot of money on that having some unharmed riddick per cent and that is my argument is that it's a skill that everyone can learn yes what I do is not rocket science so I call my audience the qualified quiet which are people that have done the work but don't know how to talk about it to me. That is not a weakness. It's a strength and as I said what I do is not rocket science. It's the icing so basically what's much harder is spending the time and doing the work and you know crossing all the ts dotting. All the is like that stuff is takes a lot of time and energy. This is sort of different cringe muscled right Affleck's. Yes and it's so hard for women for so many different reasons. You don't have good examples. you have a lot of people screaming and the rest of us like not knowing where to even begin then we have this horrific inverse relationship between volume and merit we reward loud voices and as much as I'd like to be optimistic and say that I think we can get the louder people to be quiet. I do not believe that I think it's about getting the quiet people to be loud life as a woman so you're judge metrics that men are not you know your police from your voice voice. Your ankles your age. You know an endless laundry list of things you feel responsible for other people's feelings because you're conditioned to feel that way. You're saying you know like I don't want want people to feel some kind of way post things but also look historically positive attributes were associated with passive behaviors or like she was demure. She was coy. She was shy all all of those things mean that you shouldn't know how to do these things and I think that like part of my like background growing up but then also so being a PR person and realizing that if you treat yourself like a PR campaign that will give you some of the skills you need and that's what Brag betters. There's all about like. I care that it's not just another like you know white. Lady feminism like feel better like this book is intersectional that it it is not only four women though it obviously women buy books but also that it is tactics that I have worked on over the past decade like it's going to tell you what to do in a way that feels very authentic to you like that's the key issue is like how are you going to brag in a way that feels okay and specific to you yes I. I feel like again. I'm just I'm such like self deprecating and that's comes more into it every time somebody's like. What do you do. whatever like you know what. I mean and I'm done new new. Jackie is done with self deprecating humor. New Jackie wants to let everyone know what's going on in proudly expressed that so where do we begin well. I I was GONNA say so so with that self deprecation like your comedy. You're very funny lady. thank you. I am you are yeah there. You go is it. I mean well I was. I was this past week. I was in San Francisco at leave is and I did their women's conference and I was talking to I did you to brag better talk and I was speaking to someone in the audience after and she was talking to me about accepting compliments so have of this is learning to Brag and ask for the recognition that you deserve you've but then it's also figuring out what to do with it once you get it and how to accept it and how to leverage it to continue and like so there's a lot of work there yes you know. I always referenced the League Amy Schumer Sketch where the friends are complementing each other and you know they won't accept it and say look disgusting trash bag and then amy just says thank you and all their heads blow off yeah like it's like that it's do yes. I've had a really hard time with that. myself but you know we. That's that's a whole other story where so willing to accept criticism. It's like Oh yeah. Tell me a piece of shit like I will. I will totally take that from you. Take it to the bank. put it on my forehead like. Don T sure sweatshirt but no we are not conditioned to accept praise and in those good things about yourself and here's the issue so when you don't accept it it it makes it stop and then it can't give you other opportunities so one one thing that I always talk to people about is like cut out those terms like shameless plug shameless self promotion to Brag but what you're doing with those qualifier demeaning what you're about to say you're trashing yourself before anyone else can ride which is a defense mechanism but we are also doing a saying like I can't stand behind this accomplishment it and your reader or your listeners like if you were to like post something inside. Lake shameless plug that I'm like well. I don't know what to do with us. As the reader I feel the anxiety that you feel. It's transferring to me and if you don't WanNa hype yourself like I don't know what to do and it stops there so like it has a negative effect effect on the people you're saying to also then
Netflix's 'Otherhood' Is About a 'Deep Female Friendship'
"Will start with other hood. It's about three MOMS whose kids are grown and the women are all trying to figure out what they're gonNA do next and their lives motherhood sinking feeling that how's your child's growing up that you're being broken up with on a gradual but daily basis it's inhumane emotional waterboarding as the best description adoption of motherhood. I've ever heard well at this stage. It doesn't feel like motherhood other. The Film Co Stars Patricia Arquette Angela Bassett Facet and Felicity Huffman and let's first talk about Felicity Huffman next next before we talk about the movie she'll be sentenced month for her involvement in the college admissions scandal scandal to which he's pled guilty and her arrest actually delayed the original release of other hood supposed to coincide with Mother's Day. Here's what the film's producer Sir Cathy Schulman had to say on the issue. When we made the film with Felicity obviously we had no idea what might happen later and it was a terrific experience. It's all around an amazing collaboration frankly of five or six or seven women in their fifties of which she was one and when this actually actually happened it had a sort of interesting mirroring effect you know to the film itself in the sense that mothering is really really hard and even felicity character in the movie you know. She has to make some really really hard decisions. She's goes through a lot of hell before she learns to love herself again and interestingly enough. We have not seen it. You know affecting in the film so far people are starting to see it and what's exciting is when you know those who write about it say what a terrific performance. She actually has given in his but you know I think that yes. She's having an intense second chapter here and the movie is really all about second chapters. It's directed by Cindy Chupak. She was a writer producer on sex and the city she also adapted the screenplay she and producer Cathy Schulman struggle for a decade to get it made the major obstacle. The leads were women in their fifties. It was always about empty nesting it kind of was about a stage of life and then we were just discussing. They're not mothers anymore. What are they and I came up with other head from my extensive experience on it was really funny moment when she said it because the scene that you just played imitates what happened when we were sitting thing across the table from one another and we just were like that is the best description of what we're experiencing we could possibly imagine and then it's so much fine to see. Patricia say those words because we had the same experience creating the title itself. Yeah it is a really harsh. I don't know like a right of passage or whatever that period in life is. It feels horrendous because everything in your body as a mother is prone to taking care of your children. I mean our our eyes. Get bad during pregnancy are bones get weaker. I mean even our physical bodies. Give everything it can to our child so once you're sort have discarded thrown away like old. US handkerchief a horrible feeling but there is a bright side. I mean I guess there is something about this story about kinship in about finding people who are going through similar things and strengthen numbers stink the numbers I like and also that your children you know you want them to individually to move away but I think part of the argument that all three of these MOMS have is shirts great. We want you to have your own life but don't forget us and don't be disrespectful towards us and you know we could still love each other and stay connected being adult and have your own life but you know I love you. You and I want you to love and respect me and I think there's a subconscious thing too in the way that we've been from the nuclear family from Nineteen Fifties Americana Donna and before I do think we've taken mothers for granted and it's a subconscious bias and I I would like to have that conversation about shifting that relationship chip and also respecting our elders which I don't think we do a great job of in America. We're talking with producer. Cathy Schulman writer Director Cindy Chupak and actor Patricia arquette about their new new movie other hood basically there's this age group and it kind of is forty nine to sixty nine. That's like this forgotten female generation. You know we're mothers and grandmothers or that's what everyone thinks but what about those twenty years in between where we're still working oftentimes at the height of our careers might be in second in careers. Their sometimes are second marriages. Somebody might have died. You know your your children are leaving your sensuality and sexuality into question your relationships relationships with husbands and lovers. You're suddenly think you should have sex with the lifeguard things. Are you know during this period who this guy is yeah no. I I see that because I experienced that heavily no names March twenty minutes the new what I'm referencing that there's nothing more terrifying for a woman than society saying that after you you do this heavy lifting of motherhood which is up until a child is eighteen to twenty that then your grandmother a grandmother is a great stage but it's very far along from where many women in Middle Age are actually living and experiencing things and there's a lot of life to have and that's what's the fun other hood the movie because they go to New York these three MOMS with this agenda to fix their relationships with their adult sons as if that's possible symbol but what happens instead is they realized who they are. I don't think it's just society that assigns. This valued motherhood. I think it's also also comes from us and it's a subconscious kind of bias. We ourselves carry so in this movie with these friends. I think they do start to go. Hold on a minute. I WanNa read negotiate the life <hes> I don't know when agreed to that or how I agree to that or what happened exactly but I wanna have a different life now. I'm going to add something to that because it is is societal and its internal and its pop culture and pop culture through television through film through books through advertising shapes expectations of of how people are supposed to look how they're supposed to behave and you guys all know this that there are certain things that women can and cannot do behind in front of the camera certain kinds of characters they can and cannot play and there's certain kinds of ways that they have to be seeing and not upset those norms and that is part of how the characters doctors in this story start to think about themselves because they're conditioned by that onslaught through popular culture. I mean I think there's also something whereas sometimes agents don't want their their clients actresses to play a mom of an adult person like you know there's a feeling that you're now crossing over into an area and then that's who you are so then you can't like you said into the dead leads <hes> to you. Are you ready to move into the zone your day. Amy Schumer so true we have it cued up listen last day with Amy Schumer Audition for Mrs Causing. You're kidding me. I read for that party. You got that she'll because it's going to be really good or either. A movie set you gotTa Wardrobe and the only thing they have for you to wear long sweaters like cover you up head to toe Kinda thing. Rarely the poster prefer your movie is just like a picture of the kitchen. Yeah very vague titles like whatever it takes or. Sheen's well the last days kind of saying like we're about to be marginalized as opposed to this movie hopefully puts these women front and center their stories are valuable and they're kind of extraordinary ordinary ordinary characters. They're not playing the MOM. They're playing women who have adult son. This is a damn Mamadee people. Yeah we have a mom at eight. I was thinking on the way over that 'cause I was asked a little bit about like you know Mommy. Chick flick and you know chick flick could only only have become a term because men decided to identify which movies they didn't WanNa Watch. No woman decided let's call these chick flicks and so until there's Dick flicks I've. I don't want to call it that Cathy. Schulman is the producer of other hood. Cindy Chupak is it's writer director and Patricia Arquette Stars in the film Cassie Cindy and Patricia. Thanks so much for coming in. Thanks for having thank you thanks
"amy schumer" Discussed on Amy Schumer Presents: 3 Girls, 1 Keith
"Live my life by what else cool j told Oprah one time on life class, and that's dreams don't have deadlines is, according to come on. Get lou. No, it is easier than that. It's one small step woman. Lever humankind citing. We're here to give Tom can need it like deliver. Now. Edit this with, like really exciting music. Yeah. We had one small step for a woman, one giant leap for humankind. It's time for now. I'm horny. Okay. You got that just made me super horny I for it to, and now I'm all riled up over. I'm so everything. I'm horny everything. Amanda has said here today. I'm for feel reinvigorate felt so tired just like the new cycle. Everything makes you feel so tired, and I feel like rate if I can do something talk shit shit. Get out good credit card give some people fucking money. Tested, some women out there in the office. Guess and people in the booth. Guest shin. Go to the firm and get pushed nece. Feel good man. I mean, what speaking, you guys horny I'm kinda wanted just copy bridges answer. But I was going to say, I'm horny to, to get my debit card, which I just unfortunately lost when I was trunk in a cab the other night. Can I be come Asher astronaut now as to how? One, she can't say. Speed right here on the ground say requirements, actually astronauts, or on you don't make a career out of being astronaut, I'm you've had to have done something. Being the president to thirty one and that type choose amongst tanks. How broad it was. But you have to have done. Let the people. The difference between like someone nominated for the Nobel prize. The genius of that is that it took her less than an hour to be totally confident that he's never done any. To re dominate you. Russell spear work now is really low. Thank you. Sorry, you did live that line with. I like Meryl Streep in death becomes her after. Potion by heads. Just got higher. Got youngest working again. You have done absolutely fan. No shot if you did you ever this way before your time, Geoffrey? Your star. Search no. Sarsour. He was eliminated from from start. We'll start. Wrong. I was I started group called comedy express. Okay. So anyway, anyway. You're able to reach across the aisles and change legislation. But, but, but more than anything you were able to handle sitting in here with us with all of us dummies who it's now official are worthless. Any question. We are so grateful to you for coming here and for your work. Thank you. And yeah. Please just keep going and and take us with you. Okay. So guys that was amazing. We're garbage. What did what did we learn today? What's learned, I can't be astronaut now 'cause you haven't done anything MandA. That was my rose just to throw that in there. What did you learn bridge? I learned about if you really put some action behind your thought you can get some shit done you. Yeah. I'm going to rise now dot US, and I'm donate some money and I'm gonna I'm gonna do something. I believe that Amandas goddamn genius is what I learned when she was talking about space and stuff. I was like I don't even know what west to ask. Even my questions I need develop I need to learn how to ask a smart question. What will you go spaces stuff? Yeah. That was all of that, please. I'm sorry. Base. Just hammer home. How worthless we all are looking at the dates of all of this, that Amandas is accomplished. This is all in the last five years straight Harvard in two thousand thirteen. Yeah. I saw that on the on. You hear that the hardware store fuck that I want to college in ninety one. I almost had ten punches on my yogurt. Punch card. Well, this was great. We learned so much. And we're really proud we like a fancy high end guest on y'all. Thanks for joining us. Hey, everybody. Stay strong toxin. Hey three. Three girls. One key is a Spotify. Original podcast are executive producers are me, Amy Schumer and Kevin Kane are executive producers at Spotify are Natalie Tele and Robert Atkins three girls. One Keith is producing collaboration.
"amy schumer" Discussed on Amy Schumer Presents: 3 Girls, 1 Keith
"Do you tell jokes that are off color? Absolutely. Okay. So we're hoping this'll be a big episode. What is something you think everybody should know that a lot of people don't know who you were named after? He named me and Kim after ex girlfriends. Can you imagine if you give birth to a child, and your husband's like let's Damer for this hot piece of tail? I remember from seventy second street. You know what I love you dad? The greatest story. Ever doesn't it make more sense? Why love you so much after spending time with him? We're should on namer. Ooh, I remember we ended dog for while named Tammy, who was after one of your girlfriends. He was named the dogs and children after his accident. Oh, tell you all this. I was name sandy, one of my mom, one of my wife. This know your mother's sandy one. So I said to favour, Amy over Kim. She said, I neglected them both equally. But you didn't you didn't you were there you were there as much as we let you be. Wait, can I ask Orden's lease please Buca Gordon? I wanna know his story about little Amy little, Amy. What was they me? Like what she was a little Amy accusers kidding ever. Oh, this really she funny. Do you remember her being funny when she was a little girl Amy in the corner cornfields? That's a, that's a classic your husband, Chris. Remembers Chris crew. That's impressive too. Late. Chris, you'll love meat great, mom, Kris. Have you ever seen Amy cornfield that only about a million your husband, Chris. Remembers Chris crew. That's impressive too. Late. Chris, you'll love meat great, mom, Kris. Have you ever seen Amy cornfield that only about a million time? Yeah, there's a video of me at, like five years old being running away from home. Amy in the corn from If you do the the core. corporate arm saying, I'm leaving the leaving. I'm saying baby. Where are you going? Patrons leaving the leaving. You like part. I was running away through cornfields, and he was instead of saying what's wrong. Let's talk about your feelings. He just was like, okay bye. Have fun. He's fine me at the camera. I'm really going, he's like, okay, I'll miss you very messy DVD's. Not what? It's called. Yeah. Was amy. Sarcastic, do you remember her being like you guys both kind of have a dark sense of humor? You remember to pretend to put our dog in the microwave. And he would he would pretend like it was real like, and he wouldn't tell me he was joking. So I would walk in the kitchen, and he'd be putting our dog in the microwave. I go he go. Oh, sorry. Do you cook? Well, this was really great should we go around and say, what we learned in this episode. I learned the short term memory loss is nothing to fuck around with. Reach what you learn. I learned that Gordon was a true player back in the day. Yeah I was very fascinated by your by your player days. The penthouse lady, I learned some wild tales about you. I love to young young New York. Gordon, a real life lived. Yes. And many lives lost. The naming of the kids after the girlfriends out greatest thing I've ever. The greatest, who's the woman that says, like, yeah. I look that. Dad, would you learn today to never come again? That is horribly to never never be interviewed in public again. Yeah. That's probably smart. I learned that my does really good on a podcast. I think you should be a regular on this podcast, speak English pretty well. Let's find out great, okay? Unlinked women and you're trying to date. Let's check your sales. Let's try to maybe get you. Maybe it's three girls one Keith and dad, Gordon. Well, thank you so much. I love you so much dad, China's very salable Amy Schumer in are dead. Salable the marketing does itself. All right. Anyway, on that note, thank you guys so much for another wonderful episode. Please join us next time stay strong talk soon. Three. Gordon three girls. One Keith is a Spotify.
"amy schumer" Discussed on Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham
"And she's sixteen years old. She's from Washington DC, and she has now started a coalition to make the voting age younger to start at sixteen. So she and a group of all these other young women. I think there's some men in that group too. And I just wanted to shout out to miss Tiffany missing bay. It's called vote sixteen DC. And I think that it's really it's great because I mean at eighteen you can do a lot of things, and then boom you can vote. But yeah, if you could've voted sixteen would you have done it who I don't even remember who was running when I was sixteen. I definitely don't see. That's the thing when I was. Sixteen years old. My dad was like we are Republicans and you will vote Republic. And I was like, I don't know what that means more. Okay. Daddy. Yeah. And if sixteen like, I don't know that I would have made a sound decision now today with social media, and the fact that you can actually follow people who have a voice in have an opinion about what's going on in the governor that maybe I would be a little bit more educated. It's a different time. I think you're right. Like just seeing girls volley is at these marches and stuff. It's like, yes. So they are we were educated than I was for sure. One hundred percent. It's almost scary. That's awesome. I just love that kind of passion in somebody taking action like that. If any missing baby, hang up tiff. Okay. So I wanna play a little speed round gamy PU with you on I love a gamey PU. All right. So I'm going to say pretty big and then a word, and you're gonna finish the sentence or how it feels or what comes to you. Okay. Okay. Here we go speed round with Amy Schumer pretty big comedian. Okay. We'll be Goldberg. Nice. Pretty big mouth. Oh, okay. Pretty big penis energy. Who's got the big d energy the rock? Oh, that's interesting. Every about did you just figuring savy? I hope I hope the rock is a big penis. Okay. Pretty big recommendation. Oh going to the site. Fifty fifty by twenty twenty on the internet. Yeah. Yeah. It's it's very cool. All the information. We talked about in also gets it's for, you know, having people of color women. Oh my gosh. Get fifty percent of the power by twenty twenty. That's fantastic. Yeah. Noted it's the dream last. But not least pretty big motto. We're all gonna die. That was brought up multiple.
"amy schumer" Discussed on Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham
"We are back with the one the only Amy Schumer. She is an incredible author. Yes. What else do you comedian on my cousin actress alter that me off? Also, an all I'm an animal. Oh, you're right. I'm a squirrel, but she's here on pretty big deal, and we're chitchatting. Yeah. I'm glad aren't may period. I know he's couching weight. But on the back of this is all of my body makeup. That's okay. Mine early in the now, we just know not to wear makeup on white on white couches. I heard about this invention called thinks they're these there underwear the who are you don't have to our tampon or a big padded panty. Oh, right. I have never seen Moore propaganda for something. Then then things like everywhere invention. And I'm like, I guess I am an adventure. Because I've been doing that with all my off my whole life. So I guess I'm Sarah Isaac Newton. Keep those panties or in reuse them or do, you know, that's a luxury. Okay. I throw them away. But then he was those underwear that you love and little penguins on them. But you still, but you see that stain when you go to the bathroom near like. Yeah. I have I kept you. Okay. So moving on your newly wet. Yeah. How long have you been married now? Six months all my God. Now, this staple out of her Serie. I mean like this isn't sane? Yeah. It's weird. Okay. I need Ville full break whole. Okay. So Chris Fisher. Yeah. He's a chef. Yeah. Right. Six jesus. I mean, are you chef he is done is an incredible cook. Okay, smile can't cook. So this is what I like to say. I'm almost the perfect woman. I just don't cook or clean. Yeah. No. I think that is the perfect woman. Yeah. I have a cleaning lady, and I have just gone. AM ladies, and we're living a very similar life. So my engagement period was two months. Okay. But I dated just in for a year. All right. So I think I can relate to you yet. Mine. My we were engaged for four days. Same. We were just like I didn't want any of the drama of a wedding. We knew we want to get married like you. When you meet oh, easy. When did you meet we met a like it was a year ago in may? Okay. And just as friends, and he was cooking for me and my family, and so he was like the hired chef. Yeah. Okay. Got his sister is my Sistan like, oh, he's like got a different job. So she will write that much longer. But but yet she was my sister. And she's like, oh, my be Martha's Vineyard. That's where they're from brother cooks. And so he came to cook for the family, we just met. And I was like, oh, he's so cute. Like, he has for Martha's Vineyard like fuck off, you know, and we just we got along. Really, well, but nothing and I was together. Then no, no. We didn't sleep together until we like got together, you know. And so then. Last september. We I was like I reached out. I'd called him. I got his number. I was like can I call him when his number. Yeah. I asked his dumber because it always gone through Molly through my sister. And then we just had this one night where we hung out. Wait. So what you have to back up. Yeah. You ask your assistant? Who is the sister Chris to to give me her brother's phone number? What did she say? She was like sure she was worried. She lose her job. Oh my God. Because I'm sure are. So would be also very nervous though. No, okay. She's very confident when I love that we do here. What foot did you say to him when you texted him like hails, Amy like called him? And he answers the phone like we had never even flirted. You know, I wanna make a romantic comedy where you dealt where you actually meet how you actually meet like, we didn't have any witty banter, you know, in movies were there like here..
"amy schumer" Discussed on Amy Schumer Presents: 3 Girls, 1 Keith
"It's king welcome to three girls when keith the podcast where we podcast i'm amy schumer bridget everett kief robinson ooh very laid back very cool we're doing this right now from my apartment on the upper west side which is cool i'm personally not wearing a bra neither is keith so the reason we're doing a podcast is because we figured out that we could make money from doing it but also we thought we'll get to hang out we get to know each other get to know each other even though we are best friends i don't know keep that long i know that he's a he's a handsome attractive true see you start opener not a closer he is oh my god really the goal of this podcast is to take keith down like just wipe them right off the mat i'll take myself down i'm gonna be i'm gonna be kice advocate i think i think you are to you're going to be keeps only what do you think you're excited to be here what yeah let's make mistakes i'm down i'm i'm not excited about it you like oh no no you're not exciting actually not see i don't believe you i can feel a real joy come in from you you look great you got a nice jacket on jacket breath data for radios we should be doing this in his waterbed and philly new you don't have a war you do you have to rely on the actual motion of the ocean guys okay what do you think what about if we talk about love today i've been in love with with men and said like i'm in love with you and that saying you're in love gets confused with saying i love you because i don't think i think you can be in love and not love the person i've been in love with people and you're just infatuated with them and it's those feelings of like oh my god i all i can think about is this person i can't wait to see them again why mentioned loved then what do you mean in line in low right but what's different in love and love will love is i'm like i love you like i would yeah i really love is real act over here it was not real in love is a feeling that passes i think usually i mean i think in love is temporary what do you guys think anybody that's really old is just like we're showing la anybody that declares how they just they're so actively in love on my nonsense time it's not negative because i believe that what they what people have when they're really together and care about each other is much more decent in deep it's like they really love each other it's not like when he walks in you know your your heart is pounding it's not like you're changing your husband's bladder device powder true it's true i think relationships they evolve and that's realistic and if you think you're going to always be in love like you were in the first couple of months then you're setting yourself up for heartbreak and disappointment be you you seem like you don't buy it no i don't mind i think in brigid don't buy it either sheets shift feel i'm at jacksonville job stay out of her no i think you know you can be in love and love the person agreed is on the same playing field but i think you can you can be in love and love a person but don't you think you can be in love with someone without actually loving them oh oh yeah i disagreed leave that i think you guys are conflicting infatuation with love okay i think you don't know what conflicting me what do you mean what do you think no different than being love infatuation you like gotta feel in at that moment like oh that that fades away right what low is a long lasting thing but what about being in love and love is still love you just is just like certain things that you know you get used to it and all but you still in love i guess it's just totally semantics because and can you tell him what semantics i think it's like you know in college we would say oh i hooked up with that guy and with that meant was sex but to someone else hooking up just means.