19 Burst results for "Andrew Reynolds"
"andrew reynolds" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout
"An extremely thankless part and is just completely adorable yes. He's very sweet. Yes so again a character where you could be annoyed by but the actor somehow makes it. You know you just want to give them a hug so frustrated by his dump pm but he just can't. I mean he's trying so hard to be a good sport and yet right. It's all just kind of so frustrating Anyway i enjoyed all the performances big and small although the different characters always nice to see busy phillips i heard characterised may be the least successful but it doesn't matter because i like her and so you know an andrew reynolds was very funniest her like once a month husband about the whole thing. Another joke was that he kept his bangs swept over his so long. The oh my gosh so silly. It's very silly and just a constant bombardment of delightful silliness. And if you know one doesn't hit you right. Watch out. Here comes once i can really enjoy. I shall like that And the whole the whole new york. Lonely boy thing whistle areas. That was in what i think. The third episode that we watched. And then we'll cameo by the john slattery family there at the end playing themselves and a son of the family..
"andrew reynolds" Discussed on Broadway meets Politics! (With Chase and Jon)
"The prom on broadway Same broadway I was It was also kind of a down broadway me but the movie. It opened my an open. My eyes moderate. Yeah i mean. I definitely have a new profound respect. For what those people went through back in the day when they lived in the midwest. It's a shame that they had to go through that. I actually did not realize it was based on a true story. Hard to believe in in the twenty first century that that was a true story but You know all in all great acting a great cast you know. Who would you say sucked in that. Show which character Andrew reynolds didn't like andrew reynolds match show from hearing him and seeing how he did in a book of mormon on broadway. Yeah i kind of expected more. Addison oh he kind of had a really lame part right yeah i. I'm not even sure. What his part was he was just some extra almost like an extra that they made a bigger role in the movie. For it was andrew reynolds. You know my thought nicole. Kidman was just misplaced. Thought she kind of i mean. Part of it's annoying doesn't ever really good song. But i i kind of felt like she was totally misplaced miscast in the show and You know we could have dealt without her. Some people said that Barry James corden was but i disagree. I actually thought he did a really good job. on that role and I liked him So what do you think. What did you think of the music for the prompt Again i like music. When i first saw the show dan after hearing the new song track very for the movie icon started liking the music. That's interesting i i mean i i enjoy it. I think it's a pretty good soundtrack. I think it's a show that unfortunately didn't last long on broadway It may just been the time because it was. It was kind of scrunched in between a lot of hits. But it's kind of a shame because because it's a good show glad glad that net flicks made it and and that now looking ahead there are a few new shows that are gonna be coming out right. We have the in the heights. That's another lin. Manuel miranda show. That was on broadway a few years back and then of course. The big one coming out is dear. Enhancing what do you think of those. Chase. durham anson. I'm excited to see what they're gonna add to that in the heights. I've never heard or seen it. Yeah the only thing. I heard of the interesting thing when i heard in heights mike. Wow that really sounds a lot. Like hamilton mike. Wow lin-manuel l. Whatever his name is really has a certain style. And i never saw heights either but you could almost tell just by the music in the style. That's a limb blah blah blah production. So but as far as dear. Evan hansen. I'm actually a little apprehensive to watch. Because i just can't see how it's going to translate well to to the small stage. It's too small casts to show but you know what we'll satan seattle goes anyway. I'm excited i think that hopefully you know we'll get some indication of when broadway is gonna open again..
"andrew reynolds" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Back. My guess is Tony nominated. Actor Andrew Reynolds. Maybe you know him from the Broadway production of hairspray and the book of Mormon or from HBO's girls are showtimes, black Monday this hour, Andrew, and I are talking about his memoir published this spring. It's called too much is not enough. A memoir fumbling toward adulthood, and part two of our conversation by asking Andrew about the experience of coming out to his parents, which he did just a week before he moved from his home in Nebraska to New York City with the goal of making it as an actor, everyone who comes out like there's a little piece of your head. That's like, what if there is a problem, like what if there, what if they don't respond? Well, so I waited even though I had known my whole life that this was the case, I waited until about two week before moved just in case just in case there was a problem and there wasn't it was fine. But it did probably cause a little more tension was an new. Information that we all had then and wasn't new to them. Do you think God? I mean, my father did the very sort of typical thing I think a lot of parents say, which was or at least, you know, he said to me, he was like, well, I don't I don't think you need to be this way. But if you're choosing to be this way, I still love you and which hurt because, you know, it was choice. And then about six months later, I was home, visiting and he said, you know, I've been thinking about it, and I remember when you were five you wanted to be a solid, gold dancer. So I realize it's not a choice. This is the way you were born. So he did very sweet. It was very sweet. Very sweet. Very happy that he came to the point where he was like, oh, yeah, this is actually because I really did. I mean, I was I wanted to be a solid gold dancer. It was like my first dream job. So I think my father was like, okay Danny Terry. It was transient. I mean yeah. So you did you when you came here came to go to college. Yes. What was that push and pull like, I think a lot of actors have like I'm in school. I wanna be auditioning in school. It's a tricky thing. It was very hard. It was very appealing to have the access to auditions additioning for Broadway shows within a month of moving here. So obviously, that's I was skipping school to like to start dishing stuff. I don't know. I mean, I do tell people who young people who ask about colleges like New York is not for everyone. And you know, in reality, perhaps, I should have gone someplace I to go to school. But the, the appeal of dislike living life in the city was too, great for me. So I, I ended up dropping out of college and just started working because it's right here. It's right here. So I was like I might as well, try. It and there is the question to like, is this degree like what is this, actually? What am I buying? What am I paying for? Is this gonna it doesn't guarantee me a job is that actually make gonna make me better? Is that gonna and the you know, the answer for me, was I just I got a job. And I just started working. I think that was a good education for me, but I might have done it differently. So much of the story, the book store at your life story of your life, and your life is about friendships and about relationships and you have this friend and her name is Zach Susannah. Yes, it got got sort of Ellis Island is for while her parents called her Susan awhile on is much more, so well, it's her name, you know. Yeah. It's also glamorous. So why was she such an important person to you? When you think back to that she was the first person that I met who wanted the same thing. I did. So it you know, eighteen when we met, we met at a college scholarship audition this program called the young arts, and she was from Fort Wayne, I was from Nebraska we met there. She was the first person that I met who wanted this had the same dream that I had and was actually willing to do it. She was also moving to New York, she was going to Barnard she was going to. She was going to do it, and that was the first person that I met who also like unabashedly set out loud. Like that's what I want to I'm going to we're going to go get that together. And it was really exciting to, to have someone that I could just be shameless about that. Like I have ambition, and that's okay. And not I didn't want to apologize for it. You know, you find yourself some sometimes apologizing. Ambition or apologizing for dreams or being this is silly. But this is what I want, but she wanted the same thing. I did. And we could just say it out loud, Lee afraid to say it out loud. Yeah. Oh, absolutely. I was because it felt it felt too, it was too big too big too big to say, like I wanna be on Broadway. That's that seems shameful and teachers and things along the way that were like. But what do you really want to do? What is the what you know, what do you actually want to do like no? That's the thing. I wanna do I wanna be Broadway. And I think it got drilled into my head that, that was somehow unacceptable to just say that loud, you inches, both coming from the mid west to New York, you have a great passing and ask you to read that describes what it's like to come to your who you think you should be. It's on say you'll see the word I crossed out because you can't say it. Start with my dreams is Andrew Reynolds reading from his memoir too much is not enough to get nervous reading something that I wrote, it's like I wrote this. So I should be fine. Reading here we go, my dreams of living in New York went beyond Broadway, and the appeal of wearing all black clothing. I wanted the whole lifestyle that came with being a New Yorker I wanted to walk into a deli with my MoMA tote bag complain about subway service intelligently in order myself, a regular coffee understanding exactly what I was getting that's milk and two sugars, but perhaps most of all I wanted to be a cultured person in the way, I perceive New Yorkers to be I wanted to go to art galleries and performance installations, and plays that were staged in abandoned storefronts my partner and this exploration was always Zuzana. We were young artists. We were living in New York City. Now they were experiences to be had. There was art to be seen, and we're going to find it after years of being limited to community theater productions and big screen. Blockbusters in the mid west. We were hungry for darker, fair. We wanted to be challenged and short. We wanted to see some weird stuff. I self edited. Thank you can't editing. Did you have you ever real heavy realized that yet or is that still something that's offense and your head? No. I mean I, I do feel like, yeah I feel like I've, I've done it. I mean doing it I guess. Yeah. I mean, part of the great part about living here is taking advantage of the city right of doing all of the things that there are two here. So and then some ways, I think that, you know, coming from someplace else, like I could see it very clearly like all of the opportunities, and all of the, the information that's in front of you that you get to take in so. Yeah, I feel like I'm doing it. Angie's mentioned at the top of the interview for anybody just tuning now that, that, you know, it's the book doesn't start or really include any of your huge great success. It talked about all the hard work along the way and all the all the summer stock. You had to do and all the different kind of performances in strange places. Is there one story? You think you can share that really sort of embodies, what that experience was like those rungs on the ladder? I mean the one that pops out is that, that I was in the touring production of Pokemon live. Which is a very hard time my life, Pokemon life drank a lot. Poke my life. You know Pokemon is a cartoon and some I don't know what it took a card game. I'm not sure it's was a video game. I have no idea. It was turned into a show. They turned it into a live show that we did at Radio City Music hall, and then we took on, like a small tour throughout the states. And yeah, that was tough. That was really. That's paying dues is when you're in Pokemon life. And what did you play hokey my played one of the villains there was, there's a duo called team rocket, and their names are Jesse James, and I played James and it was like it was, it was very informative. He's was a gay clown part. It was like a very over the top gate, clown. And I didn't wanna do it, and I thought it was sort of -fensive. I thought the you know, the voice and the all of it, but I needed a job, did it that interesting sort of moment of do I want to do this, because it leaned into so many hard stereo. Types here, American actors talk about this a lot and you but at the same time you're working actor, you need to check you need something on your resume. That's a tough choice. It was tough and it was, but it was I don't regret it because it was a good lesson. Particularly just like saving money, quite frankly, of like don't put yourself in that position. Don't I mean I needed that job to live. But I was like after that I was like I'm never going to I've never wanna put myself in that position to have to take job. Because sometimes it's an actor, the only power, you have is to say, no. So you say no to additions. You can say no to offers like that sometimes it because once you're in it, you just gotta do it. So that's when I learned that lesson you did check out for a while. You said you know what I'm not sure this is going to be for me. This was a great dream. I've exercise that a bit. And I'm gonna get a job as a temp and figure out. Yeah. I ended up working for this, the people who make Pokemon actually I, I worked for this company called four kids, entertainment, and directed animation for like two and a half years. And weirdly the audition that set me over the edge was hairspray. I got very close to getting it. I did not get it. And then I was like, I'm leaving the business. I can't do this. It was just too much. Mike, had my heartbroken like too many times, I was like I just can't do it any more and then strangely two and a half years later that was the that came back around that I was like you know what I think it's time to tackle that. Let's, let's tackle those fears get back in there. And then it worked out two years later during those two years. What did you think about a lot? I tried to ignore the fact that I was not doing the thing that I came here to do. I mean if I like kind of a win that I was still here. It's not like I moved. I mean, I could've moved back to Nebraska but I didn't I stayed. But then some ways that was worse, because I stayed and I still wasn't doing the thing that I came here to do. So it was a strange time. I mean I was distracted by work. I had a boyfriend that I love very much like I was I was living. But there was always something in the back of my mind that was like you're not you're not doing the thing. You said you were going to do you mentioned that you had a steady boyfriend at the time. Did you come to New York also to find love did you decide this was gonna be the place where you were going to have your great love? Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean because I had sort of a rough entry into sexual life. I seem like a clean slate. And I found like a you know, very quickly found a very dreamy, you know, dumb boyfriend and college. That was like. Very appropriate for nineteen dislike a handsome, Demi that was great. And he like, you know, he looked like Jordan Catalano. And I thought I was winning. I was like this is success. I found like a Email he boyfriend, I'm going to live in New York. I'm done. But you were needed to that big break, you need to find that. You do you consider hairspray your big break. Yeah. I mean, I think that's another part of why I focus on this particular time in my life was because that was that was my big success. My dream was to be on Broadway. It was quickly, you know, I was so grateful to achieve it, and I was very happy for a very long time just having that dream. And, of course, as we've all learned from Oprah, sometimes when you when you achieve a dream than the next thing is to dream different dream or a bigger dream..
"andrew reynolds" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Of a dramatic adaptation of the movie alien, which of these is the real story of frugality in the news this week. Oh, man. I'm gonna go with number three alien, right? You're going to choose alien. Have you been in the audience? He's pans about as well. Well, we spoke to somebody who was deeply involved in this remarkable project hard to convey the opt out. That was Brian Banacci. He's the technical and lighting director for the north Bergen high school production of alien, I've never been prouder to come for New Jersey. Then this very moment. If you haven't seen it. I highly recommend finding online the videos taken of this production. It's arguably better than the movie. But meanwhile, congratulations Phoebe, you got it. Right. Earned a point for hurry. Very good. Thank you so much for plan. All right. Bye. Send. And now the game where you get rewarded for doing things that one you actual rewards. Instead of this. Andrew Reynolds is a Broadway star most famous for creating the lead role in book of Mormon and he's gone on to star in girls and HBO and black Monday on Showtime. It's a good thing. He did because like a lot of struggling actors. He had a lot of day jobs. And apparently he was terrible at all of them. Andrew reynolds. Welcome to wait. Wait, don't tell me. Thank you so much for having me. Did you talk to old managers of mine who talk to the manager Nacho mamas? No. But we had heard that. This was in fact, a hallmark of your pre fame days that you kept like losing jobs is that right? Okay. Well, it was by my choice just to be clear. I was very good at an interview, given very solid job interview. And then I would get the job show up worked for one day decided I hated it. And then leave really so can you give me an example of the kind of job you did for a day. Then let well I did work at a restaurant near Columbia University halt Nacho mamas. Yeah. And I worked there as a host for one day. And then I just never returned Andrew this is Paula Poundstone. Can I ask you a question when you applied for work at Nacho mamas? Had you been there before it you've seen it? Did. You know, what you were in for? Yes. I am. I am sad to say. I knew exactly what I was getting into. I had only been drunk at that bar. I had never thought about what it would actually be like to work for drunk people at the bar. You did it. Did you ask any questions during your interview? Did you ever say like, so what will I do? Oh god. No paula. I. Also like I had a job. I was a temp at Ernst and young, and they asked me all these questions about like, do you know, how to answer phones? And I was like sure. And then when? Know how to answer phones. I think I think there were was multiple line. My experience that was watching.
"andrew reynolds" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And groundbreaking. She's the first Cuban-American lead of a network comedy on NBC Sunday unweakened edition from NPR news. We can edition comes up at five AM on K Q E D. The week after the Muller report was finished thousands of elderly and ill people said I stayed alive for this. I'm Peter sale this week. We'll talk about the bombshell that landed with a wet splat and Broadway and TV star Andrew Reynolds joins us develop at a couple of dunes. Join us for wait. Wait, don't tell me the news quiz from NPR. Wait, wait comes up. Right. After weakened addition. And that is at ten AM on public radio. Welcome back. I'm Robert krulwich. I'm Latif Nassir and this is radio lab, and we're trying to fix democracy in this hour in little bits and pieces. We have been talking about this and thinking about this around the office for for a little while. And one of our fellow producers at our sister more perfect. Okay. Sarah, Sarah, Cari, she just took me and Simon great great and just dragged us into a studio. Okay. So we've been having this conversation about whether our democracy is broken for like a few months now. And like every meeting that we've had I've been the one in the room being like guys are democracies fine. Like have you seen other places? This is crazy like who are these people that think like our democracy is broken like they don't know what they're talking about. And do you know why like where where where's that feeling coming from? Well, okay. Can you tell me your name? Was ma. Probably because of this woman. I must. I was. In relation to me. Your mom, my mom, and both of my parents actually, grew up in Bacchus on that is the big thing. Twenty five years of my life that I spent and I feel which is a pretty young country. And it's it's just struggled so much to keep its democracy alive and healthy. And I I saw the consequences of not getting the full democracy then in Pakistan, so that then after living twenty five year of next twenty five years of my life in America. I really found out the value of democracy as an individual and as a as a group also. So that's kind of how I've always understood our democracy. But then Simon I listened to your Ireland story with all of this ranked choice voting stuff. And and that's the first moment when I was like, oh, like, maybe maybe our way of doing things is broken like it. Maybe suddenly aware of the fact that in our system candidates don't actually need a majority of the votes to win. You have candidates who then make that calculation where they say, I only really have to win the votes of people who are in my base. That's if those if my base is bigger than everybody else's base. Then like screw everyone else. Yeah. It seems like an a democracy. Most people should vote for the person who wins like it should be that most people are in some way in some preference. Supporting the person who comes to power. Yeah. Exactly. And it's funny. Like when I heard about ranked choice voting I was like, oh like this system is so cool because it it's I feel like it addresses that exact problem. And when I asked her around a number of people pointed to this moment in two thousand and with the election when Bush loses the popular election, but he wins because he wins in Florida. And so people look at the results in Florida and see that a bunch of votes that might have gone to L or they go instead to Ralph Nader who then becomes you know, sort of notorious as the spoiler that that may be ruined the election for Al Gore in and after two thousand and at that point, you do see some cities that start to adopt ranked choice voting at the local level San Francisco. Yes, San Francisco is here is San Francisco is Dominic. Yes. This is. Oh, hey Dominick. What's up? Hey. What's up? So this is Dominic for CASA. Check check check. Yeah. He he used to do radio. But now, he's a reporter at the San Francisco Chronicle. I'm a city hall reporter for the chronicle. Yes. So the very first rink choice election in San Francisco happened in two thousand four, but it was actually a ring choice voting became. I guess the city's method or the city system if you will back in two thousand and two where there was a ballot initiative that was passed by voters that said like look this is going to be the system that we're going to implement going forward. So the vast majority of local elected offices are chosen with with ranked choice contest. So city council. The board of supervisors the school board are like assessor recorder and in one very specific election. The case in the mayor's race the case in the mayor's race. Okay. Great. I can't believe this was just a few months ago. It seems like a long time ago at this point. Okay. So early twenty eighteen the San Francisco mayor's race kicked off and when it really kicked into gear there were three leading candidates. You.
"andrew reynolds" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Speaking of UK, it brings people together as integration. There are no boundaries physically. Joe geographically, okay. And that's what the nation needs to start. If we start with the cynicism. All of a sudden, we go about to animalistic behavior, we've seen very tribal. Let's start the conversation of a more optimistic tone. So let's look in more detail at the question of addiction. Lisa to some extent. It's built into the business model, isn't it? I mean, the whole point of. Developing a great game is that they wanna play what play almost obsessively. Well, of course, the game publishers and developers hope that game or clay actually reasonable amount of time. What I've seen over time. Is that the first online games were massively multiplayer online role playing games? And they these games were perpetual universes where if you exited the game the game continued without you. But in games that are popular today. It's more of a session. So the game can end the league of legends game could last thirty to forty five minutes and they game can end after a session, and you can take your stand up and stretch. And you could of course, go dig back in if you are a professional gamer and you want to practice and whatnot. But some people just are satisfied with the session at a time. I think the session based games are helping part of the situation. I also do agree though with the positive impact of gaming, especially east sports and the globe. Nature of it. And the fact that it is without boundaries. And we can see that Asia being the center of east sports right now is taking measures to help promote the positive sides of things Cam you now go to schools, you took the young people I presume largely boys about online addiction is problem for real. Or is it slightly overblown? The World Health Organization has answered that question for us by recognizing gaming disorder officially their international cusp diseases. The eleventh edition coming up this year and smartphone diction won't be very far behind the these things take ten to fifteen year cycles in order for them to be classified to go through rigorous research and are to be recognized and so game companies design their games to be what they classify as fun and engaging. But if you actually dive into what that means, it means giving you predictable rewards along the way to keep you engaged, but we also know from behavioral psychology that predictable rewards get boring over time. So you'll also have have intermittent rewards in there as well. And the biggest trend to be alarming is is that gambling and gaming are converging. And that's a lot around in purchases micro transactions and lube boxes, we really severe cases at the cabinet in Chiang Mai. We have very intense cases, I receive emails all the time from parents who removed devices, and, you know, their kids get violent or threaten self harm and kids of all ages, not just young kids, but also young adults, and there are very real. Concerns is over seventy five thousand people coming forward every single month on game Kors dot com to ask for help. And I think our answer as a society should be. How can we help them? And also how can we ensure that people who don't have a problem are able to gain peace and the difference between a hobby a passion is continuing to play despite negative impact. Or Josh you're in an online game team you're playing professionally for some years. Did you ever feel yourself at risk of addiction is a different context to what we've been talking about with respect to in game purchases. And I guess reward almost economies by buying things in game. I wasn't playing to win anything. Again. I was playing to win tournaments. So I was planning poverty, Tim, became my friends. I learn a law lends it to play as a team to be a leader to what with different people from different backgrounds and whatnot. If anything he was deeply rewarding activity, which extended my confidence in my abilities beyond the digital arena to the point where. After university. I dropped out of the year. Because I thought I was ready to take on a full time career in the industry via loved. That's exactly what I did. So you get the feeling that the whole idea of this being an addiction problem is somewhat overblown. We mistake to overlook was being said there was conversation say that it's completely blow. We don't know enough yet you can be a sides of a coin university. Also just brought us that he said that there is no link between aggressive behavior behavior in gaming. But the fact is that rather than people who may be on one side, those sculptor and say is now long been proven. We need more data to fully understand it. I think combines I think it's very easy to look at about points and overflowed about points. I don't think there is a balanced discussion taking place where people want to focus on the positives. And engage both in a conversation about human behavior or not I'm not so sure. But right now the conversation is not bouncing off. Well, let's move to the conclusion of this discussion about by looking to the future and how this industry is going to develop Lisa. It is becoming more professionalised. But he's there is it a bit of a bubble. I I've been hearing about the explosion in interest in online gaming and separately in the development of these sports for ten fifteen years is there a danger that kids could could move on frankly could get bored. No, no danger, east sports is not a bubble at Niko partners. We have done motivation based segmentation analysis on gamers in Asia. We're looking at what drives Amer's to play games fascinating are the findings which show us that two of the biggest motivators across almost every segment of of user in in China and throughout south East Asia are competition and completion and also community. These are hallmark trademarks of what east sports is all about. And since those are the motivators that energize people to play games, at least in Asia, which is the markets that I cover we think that the games that are. Served to them or offered to them that satisfy those motivations are here to stay those games will remain popular that not necessarily today's titles, but titles that fit that mold for competition completion and community. I think not only in Asia, but globally, but it's just that in Asia. We've been able to validate it with a data set that shows e sports is here to stay. Josh I've been covering this area for some uses said I've been hearing about Asia. And being told that it's gonna come to the rest of the world here in the UK. I see little evidence of it getting that huge. Is this a mainly Asian phenomenon? You see as a global phenomenon. It's an interesting question as a global phenomenon discussed the UK's in the Paul of it to the same degree, perhaps we can have a whole that they and this is separate one, and it gets a little bit Nisha and whatnot as to why Vukasin necessarily big I can tell you some ways because the UK is not as good as over nations sports at the minute people from the UK are no longer found obligates sepulveda's local team anymore. They can support someone in America, Japan, China, Australia. There's no reason no local support. No historical events, the oblige won't necessarily support your local team. However, you case boss is absolutely growing is defining the market in different ways beyond just critical mass and audience numbers and more viewership numbers is a lot of excellent organizations in the UK that are instrumental to the development of east balls on a broader level internationally Cam you spend your life warning about the dangers of Dacian. Do you really want this industry to kind of stop growing is that the outcome you'd like because it does? Seem to be on this continued growth path. And you see is dangerous. I see myself as an advocate of healthy gaming while also making sure that people who do struggle need to get the help they deserve and need and that support is very important for them. But most people who play fine. And I think we should be able to support that especially focusing not just on east is being the player of the game. But also the industry at large of being, you know, supporting events, you know, being a writer having website around east sports like east ports as an industry. There's a lot of other opportunities. But it certainly here. The state, you know, Australia has scholarships free sports. Now, they have high school leagues the US has nineteen thousand high school signed up for a high school league. I was just in the US speaking at the NCWA who's looking at the college level sports, which you over the last couple of years has grown to over six hundred clubs in the US for universities teams. You almost all kids are all teenagers are playing games these days and those numbers continue to rise. So it's absolutely here. This stay, but that also means that the more people who play video games, the more people struggle with addiction, and we need to be able to recognize. Is both and they're not competing forces to recognize addiction. Doesn't mean it all gaming's bad. It just means that some people who struggle with it need to get support. And I think that the two can coexist and support each other. Well, that's a good note on which to end a positive note online gaming east sports here to stay. But be careful how you play them. That's it for in the balance this week. My thanks to my guests Canadair from game quitters, LIZA Cosmas Hanson from Nico partners. And Josh Nino deguzman from dick satire, thanks for listening. Join us again at the same time next week goodbye. The week after the Muller report was finished thousands of elderly and ill people said I stayed alive for this. I'm Peter Siegel this week. We'll talk about the bombshell that landed with a wet splat and Broadway and TV star Andrew Reynolds joins us develop at a couple of tunes. Join us for wait. Wait, don't tell me the news quiz from NPR this morning at eleven.
"andrew reynolds" Discussed on Extra Hot Great
"Just banter is is true to life that does sound like that does sound like my dad's business partner to this day. So yeah, I enjoyed it. I thought Andrew Reynolds is really good that sort of could have gone either way. But he's perfect in this. And I thought that all the reference to the mid eighties. A couple of times it was like, okay. We got it. We understand we, you know, we saw the concept, but it was good. It's really interesting for me to think that the eighties are now are to present day as the fifties were when we were growing up in the eighties, and the fact that I can make that comparison is depressing and mind blowing like when you think about when like I was in my teens. And when you think about what the fifties worked the eighties. You know, it was such a filtered and concentrated version of the fifties through a sort of pop culture sieve and to think that. That this is exactly what's happening to the air that we grew up is sort of fascinating to see happen in real time because like the eighties weren't that. What we're seeing here is such a highlights of the eighties. You know, the Jane Fonda exercise workout thing at the beginning smoking. You know, there's so many things almost like, you know, what back to the future did with the fifties. I feel like this is what's happening the eighties right now in pop culture, and it is just amazing to see happen. I mean, south Rogan and his partner Evan Goldberg. So they have it ear for it. But is it's so amped up that it is really fun to watch. It's not trying to be accurate, obviously, it's doing something with it. But I was I know it's just interesting to to be old. That's what I'm saying. And I like I like the fact that it didn't mean so hard into eighties burlesque either to like I was just enough to like direct is it. I mean, there's a lot of like you said like the references are can be exhausting debt lift shrimp. For instance, had just started playing in the NBA in nineteen eighty six. Nobody's making jokes about him. And that was probably on everybody's mind in bothering you alive. The thing that I dug it was there were little bits in there. In terms of just how. Kind of just how Sheedy everything was like they go to a win. Cheeto takes Reynolds to a fancy restaurant, and they get some like just fish looking steak. Tar tars Belva giant white plate. This idea that basically nobody in the United States ate a good meal until like nineteen ninety five. I don't know that I could prove it, and I don't know that where I came up with that particular year. But there was something about when it wasn't dropping eighties jokes. There was something kind of like appropriately like bleak and wildlife about the setting that I thought was like for a comedy. I think was actually like fairly carefully done. Yeah. I felt that in their office, which every time they showed it was like this looks claustrophobic. Nice. I feel like I can smell the smoke. Miasma of cigarette. Smoke for sure was. Yeah. D-? Do you? Remember a time when you went to the theater and there were smoking rose at the back right in front of the projector. You know, like, that's that's. Egli? Yeah. They did a good job there. I felt like this show was at his best when it was sort of in a kind of happy endings wacky comedy mode. But I feel like it sort of law some of the momentum. What it was trying to be serious or Ernest with wasn't often to its credit, but like the scenes with dawn and her disapproving parents that slowed the showdown a bit. I feel like this is an episode three s not much of a spoiled. I'm trying to keep it down. Now, this show is very strong. When it's when it's doing comedy take on something the Leman brothers. Stick is very funny with can Reno as the Liman brother twins. So you are not thing. But it isn't this show who do not sleep together. That's just a rumor there are a lot of goofy sort of LA comedy, click actors who inhabit this show that do very good job with that material. And I find like when it strays from that it's a little bit less appealing. But it doesn't tip the scales. I still find the show very enjoyable watch. Yeah..
"andrew reynolds" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Cheadle and Andrew Reynolds star in the new comedy black Monday followed by the third season. Premiere Frankie shos comedy smell. The pair starts at ten nine central on Showtime, Monday celebrity big brother is back for another season. With a two hour premiere starting at eight seven central on CBS also on Monday superhero drama black lightning returns on a new day. Monday at nine eight central on the CW following a new episode of arrow, and that's your TV tipoff on iheartradio. All the good stuff. Rubio keeps you on top of culture. What does Cardi B have in common with Michael Jackson beyond say, these fears? She too has been tapped to believe Pepsi spokesperson for their Super Bowl commercial according to production. Sources the ad has been shot and will air during the big game. Cindy Crawford did the honors last year. Congrats to Cardi B speaking of Super Bowl commercials. Backstreet boys are teaming up with chance the rapper for new Doritos ad that will air during the Super Bowl frito Lay's teasing a never before seen collaboration between the pair. Although right now, they aren't saying what it is. They're just saying it's gonna be hot which is also promoting the brand new Doritos the flaming hot Nacho chips. I'm Rubio on iheartradio. October two thousand eighteen I thank you for the great honor. In the face violence. Test is useless. Kilty massive synagogue by sales devices must unify twenty nine hundred. Mexico Canada agreement AM seven ninety Tucson's. Most stimulating talk. Any our time any minute. Now. It is tied any second..
"andrew reynolds" Discussed on KTOK
"On Sunday. Don Cheadle Andrew Reynolds star in the new comedy black Monday, followed by the third season premiere of Frankie shos comedy smell. The pair starts at ten nine central on Showtime. And that's your TV tipoff on iheartradio. Casey, okay. Lee matthews. Eight four zero one thousand star one thousand Lieutenant governor has a new job today. According to governor state, and we'll get into that coming up on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. Talking about the president's burn of Nancy Pelosi earlier today, a four hundred thousand star one thousand sandy rights leader forgot the part about I also feel that during this period. I it would be better. If you were in Washington negotiating with me and joining the strong border security movement to end the shutdown part of his letter, obviously, he's he should go. He should have gone on to say, obviously, if you would like to make your journey and flying commercial, it would be certainly your prerogative. Trump also Sudafed. That she could make the decision herself. Sandy, okay. I think I see your point. But moving on Phillip, what does Pelosi need military aircraft for is her broom in the shop. John writes, not for those of us who are government contractors and not actually government employees. We still have to use our leave and art getting compensation for our lost pay Ricky rights rolling on the floor laughing. I got your equal rights here. Nancy? Neil says she wouldn't need the military escort anywhere. She can spend her millions earned while she is an office to fly commercial Cheryl rights way to go. President Trump Nancy and Chuck need to take this shutdown seriously and stay in DC and work with the president to find a solution. Don rights, probably only wanna go. So she can get tax free benefits. Must must have had a big deal. She wanted to skip paying taxes on sure I understand what you're getting it done because it was going to be a government sponsored trip and she would have been flown on the government's nickel, and she was going to Egypt and Afghanistan, and there's no way they're gonna let her fly commercial into those. Of course, not. Yeah. Of course, not Walton Sheila rights. League or talking about what the president should do in terms of the state of the union address. I think they should hold it in the Oval Office. And by invite only he should also prepare a video presentation of Obama Nancy, and I'll pull check all saying the previous administrations that we need the wall. And we must fund it. Spoiler alert. They're all flipping like fish out of water Sheila. Thank you. And he didn't have to do that. He doesn't have to put together a video montage of that. Because the rest of the media's doing that all on its own, but I would not find it completely out of character. If the president said, okay, Nancy, I'm gonna take your advice. I'm not going to have the state of the union at the joint session of congress. I'm gonna do it. I'm going to send the joint session of congress the written address, and I'm gonna go read out. I don't know Washington Redskins stadium. And I'm gonna give it there. And I'm going to have. Oh, no, maybe kid rock do the national anthem, and oh, I don't know. Maybe maybe I could have Darcy Lendu ventriloquists tax, and I'll invite the I'll invite the Republicans who want to be there, and we'll just open it up and whoever wants to come could come that would not be out of character for the president to do something like that. And. It'd be kinda funny. It'd be kind of a. What are you gonna do? Now Democrats because he doesn't have to give it to congress. And if he asked me he doesn't have anything to lose by not presenting it to congress in person presidents previous to this have all spent all their time doing this as a big massive television event to try to raz-raza Bomba, and this president doesn't need to do that. He can once again bypassed the media and he can once again. Bypass congress and he wants to spend with on this issue. Anyway, what do you think? Eight four one thousand star one thousand on NewsRadio one thousand Katie.
"andrew reynolds" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"Don Cheadle Andrew Reynolds star in the new comedy black Monday, followed by the third season premiere of Frankie Shaw's comedy smell. The pair starts at ten nine central on Showtime. And that's your TV tipoff on iheartradio. Nothing hurts my mom that she showed. Anyway, she'd always say you do what you need to do to take care yourself. A she thought that meant she had to do it on our own. We were trained to help others, but their strengthened finding help for yourself too. We're in this together, the VA women veterans, call center connects veterans with personalized information on services that can make a difference. Call one eight five five VA women or visit WWW dot women's health dot V dot gov. They don't want to have a little sick of clip. A lot of politicians a hot air Bs after glimpse at talk a good game. But just a lion to us highlights of Sean Hannity. They want open borders. They want sanctuary cities. They want amnesty happen entirely today at noon, they want to go back to Obama. We're gonna put another eight million Americans in poverty, then accumulate more debt that every president perform combined. That's what you want to go back to tidal on talk six fifty. Ks. Starting to get a backlog of things we gotta talk about Japanese robots in the news. Are they yet on our shores or Cardi B she rapper singer whenever she is? She's a rapper. Yeah. She went on a rant about the government shutdown. That's a little salty. We've bleeped it that you should hear it is. She who is the Cal who unleashed. The I want to know what the blank that governments doing with my money. Same one. And that was. I tell you what she wants to be a conservative. She just doesn't know again not on this rant fiscal concern. I'm sorry to hear that. We got her. Let's get the news now with Marshall Phillips L President Trump's heading to the Pentagon to talk about US missile defenses. Specifically a plan to study the idea of basing interceptors in space. So the US can strike incoming enemy missiles during the first minutes of flight, the new strategy for a more aggressive space-based missile defense system to protect against the existing threats from North Korea and Iran and counter advanced weapon systems being developed by Russia and China. Back on China. Read an article the other day about China trying to own space. They think that's where they're really going to get an an advantage on right? Scary stuff. Well, and if they're going to pursue that we need to aggressively pursue that, you know, the relationship between, you know, arms, and countermeasures, and peace treaties, and keeping the peace and escalations and the rest of it is complicated. And it's it's you go by feel I've got to admit in a world with Iran and North Korea. With all due respect to the fact that we haven't traded nukes with with Russia in the you know, how many years has this been going on now? Sixty seventy eighty years we've been at loggerheads with with the Soviets are the Russians right? You don't want to mess with that. Because so far so good. But at the same time, you have to be ready. If one of those rogue states unleashes something Michigan state university's interim president has resigned amid backlash over comments. He made about survivors of sexual assault. John Engler said he'd step down effective.
"andrew reynolds" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"On Sunday, Don Cheadle and Andrew Reynolds star in the new comedy black Monday. Followed by the third season premiere of Frankie Shaw's comedy smell. The pair starts at ten nine central on Showtime. And that's your TV tipoff on iheartradio. media networks, they speed America's First News this morning with your host, Gordon Deal deadly ambush in Syria. Good morning, I'm Gordon Deal along with Jennifer Kushinka on this Thursday, January seventeen thanks for joining us. Here's what's up this hour. Four Americans have been killed after a bomb attack by ISIS fighters in northern Syria. That's intensified talks about plans to withdraw US troops. A twenty one year old Georgia man has been arrested by undercover FBI agents for plotting to blast his way into the White House with an antitank weapon should the state of the union address be delayed because of the government shutdown house speaker Nancy Pelosi thinks so and why we could be paying more in taxes. This year realistically, the federal tax change landscape is going to be pretty quiet. However, a lot of state legislatures are likely to be looking at in passing new state taxes on a variety of issues. Ross wiles at the Arizona Republic on facing more. Uncommon online sales taxes in twenty nineteen his report in about twenty minutes. At least four Americans have been killed.
"andrew reynolds" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Sunday. Don Cheadle, I'm Andrew Reynolds star in the new Comey. Black Monday followed by the third season. Premiere Frankie Shaw's comedy smell. The pair starts at ten nine central on Showtime. And that's your TV tipoff on iheartradio. KOA newsradio. Eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM Nihar radio station. From the city of angels premiere networks presents coast to coast AM with George Noory. And we will be back in a moment with Dr j Marvin Herndon as.
"andrew reynolds" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"On Sunday. Don Cheadle Andrew Reynolds star in the new comedy black Monday, followed by the third season premiere of Frankie Shaw's comedy smell. The pair starts at ten nine central on Showtime. And that's your TV tipoff on iheartradio. Your shot at a thousand dollars. Come just before the news at the bottom of the hour from eleven ninety six. Six. We're supposed to have a little freeze here. Houston over the weekend. And. For those of you and really cool places. Like New York if you watched our local news, you'd lose. Because what we do what we do in Houston because we don't we don't get snow doesn't get very cold. When the temperature gets below about seventy. The news stations, you know, years ago, the news stopped delivering the news. The news wanted to be your friend. They wanted to be your lawyer, your consumer activists, you're you name it. They wanted you to have a deep relationship with them. They they had to be relevant to your life going to give you consumer news Tae what to buy and what not to because this, bro. It tell you about recalls on vehicles tell you what to wear the news had to be useful to you wherever you are. Well. So what they do in Houston because we don't get cold weather. Very often. Is when it when we're when we might possibly have a freeze. They can't just tell you. We're gonna have a freeze this weekend. They have to give you very useful information that you would need to know, if they didn't tell you this you'd probably die, except is really not much useful information, they can give you. So what they do is you gotta realize these news reporters or early twenties straight out of college. They don't have any life experience yet. Most of them. Don't have any kids yet. So what they do is. They what should we do? Well, let's tell people to wrap their pipes. So that's what they do. We did a parody a few years ago. And it went rather viral. I've heard from people literally across the country laughing their asses off.
"andrew reynolds" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Central on HBO also on Sunday, Don Cheadle and Andrew Reynolds star in the new comedy black Monday, followed by the third season premiere of Frankie shos comedy smell. The pair starts at ten nine central on Showtime, and that's your TV tip off on iheartradio. Eleven ninety. Now, the news. Good afternoon. I'm Brad board. Our top story a man has been indicted for an alleged stranger on stranger attack in Portland's Pearl district. Mullah mcadoo district attorney's office has year old Jason Stewart was arraigned on a twenty eight count indictment, including burglaries sex abuse and kidnapping earlier this month Stewart is accused of entering an apartment on north west fourteenth avenue and sexually assaulting a woman is also accused of kidnapping and sexually abusing a second woman store. It's due back in court February twenty fifth police made an arrest this morning in Vancouver. After a standoff with officers at a home on north garrison road. Caters Genevieve Graham says police arrested a ban for possibly kidnapping his girlfriend say they're looking into the case right now trying to see if there was an actual kidnapping or what exactly happened. But they did say they are in contact with the victims. Everyone is accounted for police had a search warrant and eventually went inside the home and took the suspect into custody found his ex-girlfriend Insein police say the man also at a pending kidnapping case in another jurisdiction for allegedly trying to kidnap his ex girlfriend and had a no contact order. He suspects name has not been released. Police are searching for a driver effort north plains police officer was injured during a traffic stop yesterday happened after the officer pulled the driver over on highway twenty six for reckless driving when the officer tried to arrest the driver giving false information. The officer was dragged by the car before falling to the ground. Whereas foot was run over the officer was nuts. Seriously injured.
"andrew reynolds" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"And Andrew Reynolds star in the new comedy black Monday. Followed by the third season premiere of Frankie shos comedy smell. The pair starts at ten nine central on Showtime. And that's your TV tipoff on iheartradio. Migrant caravan meets resistance on Jack Callaghan. Fox News Guatemalan troops in riot gear. Firing tear-gas some of the migrants from crossed the border from Honduras last night. Fox's Griff Jenkins near the border. They have an agreement between Honduras Guatemala to freely pass as long as you have documentation. But yet there were still clashes last night officials tell us that roughly two to three hundred migrants have passed, but again that number at two thousand or more it is going to grow and be quite a scene this morning. The number of migrants in the caravan expected to swell as it moves through Guatemala, toured Mexico, and eventually the US the stalemate over funding for a border wall has dragged the partial federal government shutdown in the day number twenty six President Trump. You're not going to win this fight with the American people Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer, again imploring, the president who opened the government. Now talk about a border wall later, Louisiana Republican Senator John Kennedy, telling Fox News that won't work. He's not budget. I think he understands what? Most Americans understand ludicrous to think that you can secure a nineteen hundred mile border without barrier. Yesterday was a payday without paychecks for members of the US coastguard. So members of his own Republican party are calling on Iowa. Congressman Steve king to resign yesterday. The house of representatives voted four hundred twenty four to one on a resolution of disapproval for kings asking when the term white nationalist became offensive, a federal judge Tuesday ruling that former Obama national security adviser, Susan Rice and former deputy national security adviser Ben Rhodes must answer written questions about the State Department's response to the deadly two thousand twelve terror attacks in Benghazi Libya, part of an ongoing legal battle over whether former secretary of state Hillary Clinton tried to evade public records.
"andrew reynolds" Discussed on Modern Day Philosophers with Daniel Lobell
"I feel like yeah. But if everything had gone right for me. I'd be Tony Hawke. I dunno. I don't know. I just well. I disagree. I think I think that that you were dealt a bad hand in those instances. Thank you. And I think that for sure if you you know, if you had eased into it or had a different at a different style of someone teaching you either one of those things you could've at least kept doing them, maybe not professionally but doing them leisurely and enjoying it. Yeah. But that's yeah. That's harsh. I mean, and that's sucks that he would. He would discourage kid from doing something like that. No. Thank you. Yeah. Thank you for validating. Same thing. I kind of you know, I still harbour this this anger towards my music teacher for saying that I couldn't do both because I tried to pick a violin again recently. And it's not a brand new bike. You know, it's yeah. We should we should learn it together we should. Teach these guys we'll we'll show them. Yeah. We'll do. We'll do. We'll do a duet. Yeah. Flipping off our teachers. Yeah. I still like I was just in Vienna. And I went to the great opera house there and violinist and I was so jealous. So awesome. Awesome to watch it when you have some basic knowledge of it from the past. Yeah. Like, I could have been me. Yeah. I could have been somebody. I wonder if it's in my blood in some way, you know, my my grandmother was from Vienna. And she she she was kicked out eight years ago. I don't know just shoplifting or something the Nazis. I easy. Yeah. So I went back with her after eight years now and she's eighty she's ninety four. Oh my God. You hadn't. That's. Wow. So as my mom. Yeah. Really? Yeah. So do you. She hadn't been there since childhood in. She went back to her childhood apartment in a went with her. It was since surreal super cool. Well, but you know, there's a lot of violent. And a lot of music around. Yeah. Yeah. So it's never too late. I should've told mister moon. You know, I'm part via knees. I. Yep. Did Mr. really haven't east successful kids. If you like the only successful kids. He would have had we're already prodigal. I think. Yeah. I think you're right. I think there's like the people who always seem really bad at the beginning. Sometimes do some really cool stuff later that the product. Yes, don't I can tell you from experience just seeing skaters and seeing people who absolutely have a natural talent. And I don't say that lightly. Like, I don't think you God given thing right? I think that you can work for. But sometimes you see someone where it's just easy for them in the beginning. Yeah. And I saw like there were a couple of writers on on our team early on one just had it. He could do anything. No too easy for him. And he wasn't motivated. It wasn't. He didn't have that fire. And there was another kid who was super sloppy. You know, would try anything didn't make most stuff he did. But he had that fire, and he just kept at it. And he became one of the best Gators in the world, and he had something to prove Kenji Reynolds. Oh, okay. Andrew Reynolds was like a scrappy little kid who could barely get his board off the ground. How were you when you started which one of those guys would would you say was definitely more like Andrew just just trying you know and not really carrying. If I got hurt along the way, and and doing everything in anything, you know. And once I got some strengthened some confidence I began to emulate some of the pros I had seen growing up and started sort of expanding on on their tricks, and it was like away. Now, I have my own thing at some point. I realized like, oh, I'm making these tricks up. The no one's done. Yeah. Why do you think you've been so much more successful than so many other skaters? I think I was always I always wanted a new challenge. I was never resting on accolades. I didn't care that. I wanna contest that. I was ranked number one or whatever I just wanted to keep getting better or what I was doing. And I feel like that drive. You know, some people..
"andrew reynolds" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown
"And I hate when people say this is who I know it's like so stupid. I think but I was just like, I gotta go and Dave was like are you serious? And then Andrew Reynolds was like, I think I gotta go to because he had had a few. Guess and and everyone the three of us had to stand up, and I've never had to say to dear friends, I'm leaving before the entrees twenty shrimp. Yes. It was uncomfortable. You know, you know, it was fine. And I understood it you guys said goodbye, Andrew vanish with the wind even know any last call an Irish goodbye ROY yelled at me on the street, which will so mazing because I'm you know, like still have that like, I don't even know high school mentality. I was like, hey, we'll get a newborn we'll drop you off you drop us off in my house. And then it will continue to take like one of my fucking twelve. That same mentality. I was like this is how we're going to do that. We'll divide it. Yeah. No. So they they left. I was like why did we do this to the why did we brings people masters and then twenty shrimp arrived Casey's meal, David Smeal Andrews, Neil, take him home with you. There was no meal at beard. I tried to give David the shrimp. Shrimp came just before you guys left. I was like, please. Please take twenty shrimping. He was like there's nothing in my home less. We're shrimp. And I was like, please, take it. I feel so bad. He wouldn't take it. So we all took the most I ate like a Queen for probably a week and a half. I'm sure those are good we love. Yeah. Well, it was a great night. And I'm sorry to have been rude. It was understandable, guys. It's the new year cheering us emerging to get into jersey and manner pumping Atlanta one sec, but any resolution. I have a resolution I have my like boring like actual things on do. But my spiritual emotional resolution is to stop putting my time into bad things that give me bad energy. Well, you've done this. All right other day. Like most people you fucked it up on the first day already ruined it. Let's that book where it's like if this you pick it up, and if it doesn't bring you joy like marine. Yes, I want to do that in my life with people. Other things. I just wanna be like, oh, you don't bring me joy like you wanna drag all the people in your life into the living room. And look at them. That's what she makes. You do with your close. This hold them up show them to other friends be like should I keep this person in my life? No, not necessarily people. But just anything, you know, was like stop stop. There's so much good in life. Why am I why would I ever focus on something bad? It's a great resolution is I really love it. I'm trying to focus this consensus series on gratefulness. Tried because it's so easy to get bogged down in the things that are making you very unhappy or the things so when I start to feel really negative or upset or depressed. I'm trying to be grateful. I know again, I'm three days in and I definitely complained knowing that's great. But I am trying to get more gratefully or just chain the minute. I start to get negative to switch my thinking to being grateful. I love that. I do too. I'm trying. We'll see I get hurt. It's very powerful never done. It myself can't speak for that tried it, and it will take it doesn't take with me. But I love it for you. What about you case? Where are you? Oh, reticent to read mine after yours. Exactly, the Oklahoma. Okay. These are the things I'm not going to work on this. Not interested in south care being present mindfulness org. Grateful. Not interest. Not not interesting. You're like not a resolution. I'm just I I don't know..
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