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Steve Martin On His Years As A Comic — And Walking Away From Stand-Up
"But if you could hold Steve Martin has been making people laugh often with highly conceptual humor since the nineteen sixties when he was a staff writer on the smothers brothers comedy hour in the seventies he became a major stand up comedy star filling arenas with his fans he rose to fame along with his then new TV show called Saturday Night Live on which he made many memorable appearances as a wild and crazy guy a medieval barber and a fan of king tut eventually the fame that brought in huge audiences also made it impossible for him to do the kind of comedy that made him original he starred in movies from the jerk to parenthood and in recent years has also written plays essays and books and toured with both his bluegrass band and with friend and fellow comic Martin short Steve Martin won the Mark Twain prize for American humor in two thousand five in was a Kennedy center honoree in two thousand seven Terry gross spoke with Steve Martin in two thousand eight about his memoir born standing up Steve Martin welcome back to fresh AIR eleven returning her thank you I thank you very much I'd like you to open with a reading from the beginning of the book and we've we've edited the slightly to make it crystal a little shorter for the broadcast great be happy to I did stand up comedy for eighteen years ten of those years were spent learning for years were spent refining and for years were spent in wild success I was seeking comic originality and fame fell on me as a by product the course was more plodding than her ROIC I did not strive valiantly against doubters but took incremental steps started with a few intuitive leaps I was not naturally talented I didn't sing dance or act the working around that minor detail made me inventive I was not self destructive though I almost destroyed myself in the end I turned away from stand up with the tired swivel of my head and never looked back until now a few years ago I began researching and recalling the details of this crucial part of my professional life which inevitably touches upon my personal life and was reminded why I did stand up and why I walked away in a sense this book is not an autobiography but a biography because I am writing about someone I used to know yes these events are true yet sometimes they seem to have happened to someone else and I often felt like a curious onlooker or someone trying to remember a dream I ignored my stand up career for twenty five years but now having finished this memoir I view this time with surprising warmth one can have it turns out an affection for the war years thanks for reading that that Steve Martin reading from his memoir born standing up which has just been published in paperback yeah I guess I didn't realize how much you closed the door on your comedy years how much there was like a before and after it ended you were done and that was it right I I I'm it was about nineteen eighty one I still had a few obligations left but I knew that hi I could not continue but I guess I could have continued if I had nothing to go to but I did have something to go to which was movies and you know the act had become so known that in order to go back I would have had to create an entirely new show and I wasn't up to it especially when the opportunity for movies and writing movies came around why would you have to create an entirely new show well like I say the the the act was really it there is a passage in the book which I caught because it was so hard to explain but the act essentially besides all the jokes and bits and everything was conceptual and once the concept was understood there was nothing more to develop it's like saying painting the same blank canvas over and over and over and over and over once the concept is no you don't see the need to see to that and that was in the back of my head that I was really done artistically with with what I had created or pastiche to you know in the reading that you just did you describe yourself as not being naturally talented did you think of yourself as naturally funny I'm I didn't didn't think of myself in that way no although I I just love to comedy I I was raised with laurel and hardy and I Love Lucy Anne and Jerry Lewis and I just loved it and I had a friend in high school and we would just laugh all day and put on skits and you know it's the Andy Kaufman thing over to Marty short thing where you're performing in your bedroom for yourself and I I loved magic and so I would practice my magic tricks in front of a mirror for hours and hours and hours because I was told that you must practice you must practice and never present a trip before it's ready but I was just inclined toward show business but I didn't know what I just like being on stage you got your start working in Disneyland you were living in southern California and when you were ten you were selling guidebooks there then you later work for magic shop demonstrating magic tricks and I get the sense from your memoir that demonstrating those magic tricks you know hours a day and really getting them getting them down because you're doing them so much that that gave you a sense that performance required a great deal of craft that even comedy wasn't just a question of going out on stage and saying funny things that there was enormous amounts of work and practice and thought that would have to go into it well that that idea of that that you really had to work at this stuff didn't necessarily come from Disneyland it I I mean I think yes and in terms of presenting a trick but having having it so well honed in your mind was really giving me a sense of security it was I don't want to go out there half baked and you know you learn that through the years you know you're you do a magic show with a friend and you rehearse it a couple of times and yes every all the timing has to be exactly perfect but while you're out there it's it's a different world it's not your mirror you have to make on the spot adjustments but that's just you know whatever entertainer does actually working at the magic shop really gave me a sense of comedy because it was all the jokes we did the tricks but we have all these jokes I had a friend Jim Barlow who you know he he was the the guy I worked with there but he had patter worked out you know it he would go to customers and say Medicare money I mean help you not and you know call them suckers it was really funny and and kind of friendly rude what was your patter I just took all of Jim's patter I'm I'm trying to think of other ones yeah I said it would just it would somebody would buy something it would say and because you are hundred customer today you get a free paperback it's a little silly things like that but Disneyland I'm fifteen right here at early act was a combination of banjo playing juggling magic tricks and comedy and some of that stating your later at two but it sounds like a vaudeville act yes I was very interested involved it was the only sort of discipline that was a five minute act on stage which is what I really enjoyed ins and saw myself doing and I bought books on it I went to the Long Beach pike which was off the carnival fair you know four is really a place for drunken sailors to get tattoos but there was also side shows is very interested in that but you know there is these are all in there these are short acts there was one of the employees at Disneyland that I worked with was named Steve Stewart and he worked in vaudeville and he did a sack for me one day on the floor of the magic shop and I had a couple of great gags one was that I actually used and I asked him if I could use them because I was very strict about using any material that wasn't mine or that that was taken from somebody else let's put it this way I became strict wasn't strict at first there is one trick that one joke that Dave steward did where he said are not yet a glove white glove in his hand the magicians glove any he said and now the glove into dove trick and he threw it into the air and then it hit the floor and he just looked at it and consent and set up for my next trick he went on and it was the first time I saw comedy created out of nothing of nothing happening and I Glaum don to that wait wait wait you're doing I think is not only making comedy out of nothing but making comedy out of people's expectations which you were going to fail to fulfill well yes exactly and I I really started that when I became a semi professional meaning I was working the local folk music clubs going around either working for free or for a week and I quickly decided that you know the material was you know good or weak or whatever and I decided whatever it was I was going to pretend like it was fantastic and how great am I how great is what you're seeing and I think that's what grizzly hunting it's a tune him too because they couldn't believe that someone actually was that confident
"andy kaufman" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"I trolled of the drug yeah yeah I got gray Ms about that I mean people were very very upset yeah it just shows you that that song is nothing more than the drum solo yeah I know that that's all right yet and I'm I'm the I'm the guy who's got a like play it up to that and then deny yeah that was I mean that's what I do I'm a master miniatures Veria eighty Coffman of you so thank you I didn't do it honestly like if I if there's a secret influence in my radio career it is definitely Andy Kaufman I try not to say too much but the fact that he could troll so magnificently back before trolling was a dang that man. I want to say he's an unheralded comic genius because he's heralded plenty what an influence he had on my life for you never see a man on the moon I don't need to see Jim Carey's portrayal had any doubt that I lived through the real Andy Kaufman I don't need to see ask cloud Jim Carrey smoking I'm AT Kaufman no thank you I thought I saw let indie as lot go Bravo on talk taxi I would see him do is make a mighty mouse thing on sorry life I saw the real Andy Kaufman I don't need the fake anti call you see the did you hear or see about the documentary of with Jim Carrey about how he he became Andy Kaufman while filming the movie now done but it just ask your doctor about this if I'm not going to see okay I'll do. I'm not trying to be combative with you I more or less just saying are you did you know that supposedly Jim Carey actually lived his life as a Andy Kaufman while he was filming that movie that's what I'm yeah I knew that and I knew there was a movie about it it grosses me out he'll never be any cough and he's never going to be any companies not half the comedian yeah that any cop it was he's a no talent **** clown is like double or triple..
"andy kaufman" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"My gosh. He's he was a great a great young talent. I mean, he had telly Blanchard together. What what I can remember that being I thinking at that time. I mean, this guy I thought these two guys we're going to be one of the top tag teams ever in in wrestling. You know, I just thought they really had everything going for him. So speaking of speaking of Bosch, I've only have you ever received a actually received a telegram in your life. No, I never have. I received one in my entire life. I didn't even know they still existed. But when I when I slept IndyCar when I wasn't wasn't the it was when I gave Andy Kaufman. The pile driver in the match in Memphis, you know, so few people. I mean, we know, but we didn't let anybody in on anything that was going on even guys in in our own territory. Here didn't have a clue what was going on with Andy. And I and I when I gave him that piledriver, and he wound up in the Memphis hospital for three days, I got an actual telegram from Paul Bosch. And it actually it said thank you for sticking up for our business. You did a great job and a great thing. And I want to congratulate you, and I just I was blown away. Oh my gosh. Just from this is one of the mainstream promoters in the in the entire country. And he's sending me a telegram about beaten up. Andy kaufman. It was amazing. Yes. Who you know, what along those lines where were you? When the doctor d David Schultz thing happened with John styles, and he slapped the hell out of Johnstown SEL and messed up his eardrums. Remember that? Go hand started right here for David started right here in Tennessee matter of fact, I help train Jerry Jerrod I helped train David. He he started out. He was from in Jackson, Tennessee, seventy miles north of where I'm sitting right now here in Memphis and just a big old raw bone country kid that enough. I mean, just a fun loving guy funniest heck to be around. And he just never took anything serious. But brother he had a short fuse. I mean, he had a temper, and I I don't remember where. But I remember watching I was actually watching that on TV when he would he John stop. So I thought oh my gosh. What is what does he done? I you know, what I thought. Maybe I didn't know that was always like the Indy. Coffin thing. I thought maybe it's a work. But then, you know, it didn't take long to realize that it wasn't and the and the he had slapped him right in the year. And I guess broke John Russell's eardrum and all of this store to stuff. And and I'm and I guess eventually it costs Vince McMahon. A lot of money. But you know, what David she'll that was just the kind of guy. He was. That was that was where the business was so back in. I mean, you know, if anybody ever said it was fake used it out for it. And then John Johnstown,.
"andy kaufman" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"He's going with the people at the council without the peop-. You've gotta try. In a box, WalMart dot com. I feel like the DVD box is him with the two legs in his arms. Looking surprise that you open the door. Yes. Yes. It's really badly photo. Shop to like it. Cheeseburger flavor when he does he puts because what he's cutting up the bodies, dude, he puts the chocolate under his nose like sounds of the land. All he's doing this fucking cut up job for a moment. It looks like he's got a Hitler moustache twenty minute comedy. Bit known ask for. Seen this thing. Right self easy. Larry's writers. I know we've spoken ill of him quite a bit on the show. Right. But you know, it doesn't have a working relationship. We know how to write for his character. We have to respect it to a degree because otherwise we wouldn't enjoy talking about it this month. That's exactly the cable guy a better person. Well, Dan, whatever is probably a better person in general than Mark Walberg would rather have lunch with Dan Whitney than Mark Welby one hundred ten per. So who would you rather have lunch with them? Mark Wahlberg, Larry the cable guy. Oh, definitely Dan with. I've just no, No, no. no, no, no, no. He's in character. He's not dead with it. So it's either Mark Wahlberg person. Scott fun. Yeah. Larry the cable guy the fake person. Obviously, larry. Because I wanna see the masterwork up close imagine being around someone in there. Fucking like bit doesn't drop like that. That's uncomfortable. Like when you go to like a fucking historical site or whatever. And it's like, yes, we are the original pilgrims all that stuff. Like that. Jim Andy movie where like Jim Carrey keeps doing Andy Kaufman ever that. Could you just shut the fuck up? All right. Who who is? In the middle of the former yourself he called him in the middle of the night. As Andy Kaufman of this. Jim, Jim, they have to do the most terrifying. Part of that though with that when Andy Kaufman's surviving family came to set. Yeah. And he spoke to the sister as Andy Kaufman. And she's saying on camera that is very cathartic. And I'm like, maybe it wasn't if that worked for you find. But that's the creepiest thing I've ever heard in my life. That's like Alps yoga's, lent them. So anyway, this movie's over it's a cliffhanger it fucking failed at the box office. So I don't know maybe we won't. And if it fails like this, and they don't get a sequel Greenland, and it'll be like now, bro. We always meant to leave it open ended. I feel like it's going to be nNcholas cage. Mild twenty three oh. Oh, yes. No, it's not he's he's too big. Yeah. This is more of a Dave Teesta oak day and date release on please stay away, you're better than this your blade runner. Twenty forty nine. You were inspector come on. You're in the guardians movies. You can't do this to yourself. Oh, he way puzzles. Actually, we've been talking about this whole time taking over sequels. Nobody wants fucking Larry miles. Twenty three. Absolutely. It's but he's exactly the same character. He's got the little live strong, raise everything the camera. The camera undercover character from delta farce and move on Harry, your brain goes to fast. It does what those chicken nuggets just pulled pork every time that you go through fast. That's every time. Chicken nuggets. Make my brain. Go fast pulled pork slows down to fucking hammered out a bunch of nerds and they're thick. So that sometimes I got pulled back a little bit. I'm having an aneurysm puzzle. Quick your back cracks. He's never done puzzle. Quick now. Oh, man. That's the end of this movie would anybody recommended? No, I wouldn't. I mean, literally, just close your eyes. And imagine the guy from the raid sawn someone's head off of a door of a car door. Yeah. That's kind of it. That was the only like Perko. Oh, you need man. So no this wretched undertaking. Fucking hate this movie. It's like the most cynical movie 'cause the whole point at the end of it, by the way is like well, they kill us. That's just the way. It is buddy. It's not like he has a better idea. He's like well fuck it. We're doing it. Yeah. There's no way to put that toothpaste back in the tube by friends..
"andy kaufman" Discussed on Tony the Movie Guy
"She's good, but you liked it. I mean, it was okay. It wasn't bad, Jim, and Andy, the great beyond that documentary about Jim Carey, making the movie man on the moon about Andy Kaufman, which is fascinating and how he basically like inhabited and the coffin so much that he could snap out of it. Well, he basically became him drove everyone crazy for the documentary is fascinating, and I love man on the moon v. scene and on the moon. Yeah, let's see. Oh, I don't feel at home in this world anymore. The movie Elijah Woods in it. That's actually a brilliant movie. And when I was going through this at reminded me of it because it's a movie that kind of came and went on Netflix original. It's really quirky film, but really good. I enjoyed like his quirky movies. Yeah, our to the Maya wit stories as well. That's that film that net flix release and it's with Dustin Hoffman, Ben Stiller Sandler. That's the one last year where Adam Sandler was getting all this Oscar buzz. He's actually very good in the film is okay. But again, it's on that flux. Op draw to see that one. Oh, you never saw Jonah. Oh, that was a huge release last year with a, I'm no, this Winton. Okay. Jake Jilin whole about these big like hippo kind of creatures that basically they, they raise to turn into the best kind of food. But in this little girl, falls in love with this animal protects it, and it's a cool film. It turned a lot of people into vegetarians. Let's see when we first met. So you saw that's the one with Adam LeVine and Alexandria, dairy. So my wife made me watch that that film was super cute. It was. Did you like it you want as big a fan is wife was which one? That's the one the photos, the photos I can I liked it. It was very cute. Relives the same day. It's like Elvis groundhog day type. Yeah, I thought that was really cute. I liked it. The fundamentals of Karen, that's with Paul Rudd. The. I had no idea. This is so good, Selena Gomez in that. The kid likes really watch that because you said it was good. That was so good. That's a really good one. The checkout flicks the fundamentals of caring poll run quite a few of these direct original films to net flicks mute. Did you see mutant that's Duncan Jones, which is David Bowie's son who directed moon and he directed mute, which went straight to net flicks with Alexander Assad, and Paul Rudd is like a back shit, crazy villain. Oh, I heard about this very different role. He's like a bar or something. They're like doctors, but very shady characters. I liked that movie. I actually really enjoyed it again, you know, see, that's the thing critically. It didn't do so well, but Netflix give sees movies a platform where they can breathe and survive exact. Despite what critics say, which is kinda cool that they don't reviews in a way these critics just shit on the movie. So people won't go see us actually and decide for themselves. That's what I like about Netflix. I really do. I agree. Anyway, mute. You should wash it good slice of science fiction, and it's a very jarring different role from pool rug. Mascots which is Christopher guest, but the film was not very good. That's a comedy, a very merry Christmas. Did you see that? It's really all bowled with Bill Murray and all these like cameo guests. It's now like a Christmas tradition for us. We watch every Christmas on that books. Yes, like an original Christmas show from Bill Murray hosting this event for Christmas. It's quite funny. Okay. Okay. And then, of course, talking of Christmas these films which were original films that went to net flix were huge, Christmas prince and Christmas inheritance to the love. Christmas print. Yeah. So my wife inheritance, not so much. So we like both of them. My wife went on a binge on all Christmas movies on net flicks. Those two, she made me watch which I enjoyed remember someone like posted on social media. I think it was net flicks to that one. In person you watched, you know a Christmas prince, fifty times in one day go get a life. You know something I seriously..
"andy kaufman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And you're wondering morgan how can you tie that in with wrestling well the most obvious way is when you talk about andy kaufman because andy kaufman first time we met him lip sync the mighty mouse theme dan in the movie about his life we saw him lip sync the mighty mouse theme man on the moon man on the moon and a little bit later on in his career jerry lawler karma convinced him stop poking fun at wrestling now you know that was a big angle right he revealed that in his book but he fooled a lot of people a lot of people bought that so you know anticop and was this huge wrestling fanny watch the memphis stuff he did a gimmick with the women early career and then the thing with jerry lawler nobody wanted to touch it i think vince senior was pitched the idea to do an angle with the cotton and convincing or would not go for it so they did it memphis and it got them a lot of pub down in the memphis territory bless them i'm renting sure in weymouth we're going to do the the clip that you queued up we're gonna take a call you tell me what do you wanna do i take the call i in weymouth i'm going to be speaking with james james good evening welcome the wbz hello i'm a huge wrestling a little fun fact actually pro wrestling broke me out on my autism well no i saw a huge attachment the my heart but one of the things that i actually wanted to discuss what's the rise of the independent scene in pro wrestling with companies like new japan and bring a varner as well it's not just our there's not only is our market i feel like in wwe right now there's a market all over the world for pro wrestling probably bigger than it ever has been in retrospect all the different companies that are available now so i wanted to know two things what is your thoughts on it and do you think there's a lot more passion involved with the nbc what's companies like japan or and when it comes to w think they're just kind of content with what they have and so they feel like they don't even have to try because that's kind of how i feel especially with watching raw like you were talking about earlier how it's just kinda tried out yep great question so new japan pro wrestling ears on access tv cable eight i liken it back to nineteen eighty nine when the wwf had their hokey stuff with coco beware and the british bulldog jake roberts and people loved the nwea back then with the flair and steamboat and terry funk so now you've got ring of honor and you've got new japan which they are almost the polar opposite of the wwe and quite frankly i love their tv shows i in fact ring of honor ears locally on wjr saturday nights into sunday mornings at one eight one am and i'll be watching that i'm sure later i saw some of the dominion show kenny omega and okada to appa three falls we have a new i w gp champion do i think independent wrestling is growing yes is it anything like in the early eighty s whether a thirty five forty different territories no i mean back then they were territories running on a weekly basis and they were jarring six eight thousand fans in in some territories on a weekly basis so but look there are so many good pro is out there in fact progress which is a uk promotion they're coming i believe august fifth to the boston area either the fourth or fifth you can go online and look that up but they are tremendous promotion as well there there's just too many good wrestlers out there in this day and age and independent wrestling it's it's on the periphery of eclipsing the wwe and there's a lot of gamesmanship going on right now the couple of independent promotions triple a and ring of honor we're trying to book madison square garden for april next year and vince put the kabosh on that because if they get into madison square garden and they sell it out which they could during wrestlemainia week then all of a sudden a new promotion has buzz so it's definitely worth paying attention.
"andy kaufman" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Why can't we be andy kaufman we dreamed once upon a time while doing that lemme interview that we were going to be the biggest radio show in american poof here we are exactly you tell them dan i mean why go to andy kaufman why not go like i don't know onion sports dome something attainable i mean that's fine to go make it while they did it's not a wonder why you forgot about it make it better so mike has been he's just gonna giant smile on his face because he apparently likes throwback thursday he was just listening to our most uncomfortable moments from two thousand seventeen just everything because the worst we are the better we are that's the secrets the dirty secret when we're good we're not very good but when we're bad were great we realized we were bad pretty early on we said to ourselves why don't we just keep thinking into every conundrum and doing it publicly flailing and failing around and fall on our face and usually stood out pick us back up and we'll get back up and then we'll just go straight to the catch treasury cash register all of us and keep getting bigger as america clamours to buy our stuff i have a mass stay super cut edited down whittled down from last year sui award category this'll be a nice way to sort of promote that the sui wards are indeed coming back in august we will announce an official date later this month you can this is why i do the ridiculous silly stupid andy kaufman comparison because you can make the claim that in the history of sports radio there's never been anything as a dictator as what you're listening to right now damn well you can make it that's why i'm mike francesa in disguise secretly go while making fun of francesa he's me i look in the mirror and what i see is i invented fantasy baseball you my friend have never been in the jungle it's daily fantasy sports that's what mike claims that he is invented mike francesa claims that he's invented daily fantasy sports ages talking about it and he stumbled the it and like a light went off in his head and he said hey you know daily fantasy sports fifteen years after it was invented but he is staking his claim to it i'm brad the gaza strong in them hey jim thanks for the vine i'll take you know what you know what i can now not make that argument because you could i think you're right i think i neglected to kiss the ring jim rome absolutely was the place that that started that particular stickiness it's not about just listening to a sports radio show it's thinking you know the people involved it's the personality it's it's not the jungle but it's whatever this is it's the shipping container show develops its own culture then it can be in that conversation in hey jim thanks for the pine because you're performing your show in the jungle and it starts with guns and roses welcome to the jungle and you know the callers and their smack offs in their tour stotts that was the show that started it all and this is zag this is the opposite of that show right he did radio interviews well what that what happened to lemme would have never seen the light of day with jim rome if that had happened with me promoter head it's not something anyone that would have ever aired he's never booking lemmy from motorhead correct right this show does not exist with that zoo without that zig and that's how you did that show really well really seriously and this show needed something this show only existed counter that sort of cultural you know what's fascinating to me about what's happening at espn right now is you know good lord the the way that people love writing about this company and turning it into a political pawn in a game of politics when it's a sports company this got me to thinking about something today because i saw what espn use to be once upon a time as a face and a voice it was jovial chris berman taking you through the highlights partying with you the guy at the bar you want to spend time with analyzing sports and then what happened well what happened is that chris berman and that time in sports became more cynical and all of us broadcasters who were coming up we're changed by the previous oh man could find this thing.
"andy kaufman" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast
"And he felt like really drained by the process question did he do this before or after the the andy kaufman movie did you do it napa were before yeah i wouldn't have guessed yeah man in the moon came out after i was thinking man the moon made him tired you have right and that he did and that's why he was tired that would be my guest that was but that's not true because he did show before yes one thing that he said in the article was like he was disturbed when he did a scene in the movie where he's supposed to fall out of that boat yeah and then the director directs there to be a big storm so then he almost drowned and then he did almost drowned in real life making that yeah they had divers beneath him in the panic sign was a fist and he was make you see it in the film he's making for goodness sake the panic signings to be something a little more obvious than a fist good point that's like a reflex in many situations right that's dumb and that's like i say word is stop or the opposite of that it's like a really crappy one right and he said that the divers either didn't see it or whatever and he for real on that side and that is a terrifying feeling why there's a whole that's very scary feeling it gives you too much time to thank in those few seconds they go on for too long and he said that that experience of like almost dying and then having this film about overexposure yeah and he said he thought did i just sign off to this whole thing this whole idea of being a crowdpleasing guy did i just sign out i think i did to a certain extent like when he walked out of the truman show you remember the scene where he walks off set and closed the door this yeah and he said in a way he was walking out the door to and he was done being mr ace ventura yeah you know and he really did change after that you kind of point out the man in the moon is that almost as like.
"andy kaufman" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?
"Is nice sure yeah it's it is i don't know when in the movie this is well a miracle is happening so i would imagine water is being turned in wine or a dead body is being walking on water possibly i don't remember the movie that much but maybe it's when he's going in for treatment is when he's actually only he's on the moon there's no gravity they're like this is movie gravity obviously because there's none of it this is nice i like this the next song on the record is called linen andy which is lynn is andy kaufman's wife played by courtney like lawsuit do i wanna go to memphis and get married why memphis because memphis is the wrestling capital of the world in the ring and announce that mary the first woman who beats and you can get wrestle i'll let you win he'll let me wiz rem should look into putting out a score record of this like you know like like without the dialogue over it but now that they're retired they're looking probably look i mean the put out that unplugged record probably looking for like records to put out to you know put out a score record to this there's got to be more sure would be a huge seller would for two guys here we'd have to buy it and review it okay this is this is actually andy kaufman singing rosa marina i think this is on the letterman show natural.
"andy kaufman" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast
"Maybe the original trawler my like that was like fifteen years ago i hadn't heard of him since college until i read about this lawsuit apparently this same guy who made a career trolling the people on a personal level across the internet became fended by comic who decided to troll him no no we had no sense of humor about himself or is this more trolling is this guy the andy kaufman of the internet he's sued the comic for twenty million dollars which is basically way to bankrupt the comic or whatever literally had the judge essentially throughout the case on the advent of fiftieth birthday i just want to thank you for not turning into a huge hypocrite like maddux i'll do one of the most hypocritical people you ever gonna meet doing yoga meditating and then flipping out because like because i lost my ticket saying this whole sisters stupid really build this system that makes sure that when you get to your seat some other fucking assholes not sitting in it you fucked up taking medicine and i didn't act like a big crock in baby even pete got he was being wrong he should have taken it like a man realized that he had come in after years doing the same thing to others you don't feel like this is the final act of his performance and now he's gotten you up in arms you're a few years older than me and i've definitely taken a page book in terms of allowing myself to stay true william but also allowing myself to grow into a more well rounded person i'm an owner fan.
"andy kaufman" Discussed on WCPT 820
"And emotional health and shoot teach children the importance of social and selfawareness positive relationship skills and responsible decision making which opioids can help with pasi she must've that's her husband obviously inspired the positive relationship skills it is a peeler liter it is a pillar of these islands viki opioids forty more and more like i think she maybe she's going to be what do you call it andy kaufman maybe she sounding alarm we're like lockup and you're right some pull the mask off at some point and all of a sudden mighty mouse starts playing we don't know why okay she's no please i need to haunting pierre more about the being of the best we all know social media can be both positively or negatively affect on our children often it used in negative ways yes children learn positive online behaviors early on social media can be used in productive ways and can affect positive change i do believe that children should be both seen and heard and it is our responsibility as adults to educate and remind them that when they're using their voices whether or online they must choose their words wisely and speak with respect and compassion okay totally with us.
"andy kaufman" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Yeah listen i think there are things that bring up the devil i don't think piece of wood with a fatal triangle is one of them i don't i was trying to talk to andy kaufman what are you talking about it was only my hands so wasn't moving nobel jeetan robin williams abe lincoln elvis johnny cash i'll made the list one dead celebrity you can talk to or he just staying away from it i'm saying away from the board okay no let's go back and done old george washington yeah yeah yeah see we was like back then i told you he's half a billion dollars in the seventeen hundreds does he like warren buffett probably richer in comparison yeah that's a good yeah but then he was like okay the warren buffett back then i wonder if he would be happy where the country went and how it's going to one who said hey no king's king right term limits watch prince harry get married to megan markle i want to be tied pod what are we talking about bounce from nashville in hollywood amy study seconds skinny it's friday so we got new movies out ready player one mike do saw the acquaint mike what'd you get quite my really good yeah yeah seventy eight percent positive on rotten tomatoes and mighty my same as tyler perry's acrimony see that cool and it has no spores so what that normally means made it omitted see it because it's not good why don't we.
"andy kaufman" Discussed on Spirit of EQ Podcast
"So you actually have a plan in your head i am going to act on this i'm not going to just go off and cause problems which usually do if you react react usually has no thinking in it it doesn't think about any consequential thinking it doesn't think about what it's going to do to the person or the situation most times it's going to make it worse i mean there's times you know if something's on fire and you react with the fire extinguisher that's different than your child broke your favorite coffee cup so you know it's it's how you respond to things in this next one is a little bit more difficult do people know the real you are you honest and open and genuine with people view allow that you know there's always some things that we want to keep hidden about ourselves and some things that we should keep hidden that for most people because of the type of relationship you have but do you project who you really are and i think everybody at some level of probably is trying to make sense of this one i want state documentary movie called jim and andy that was the name of it jim carey i'm seeing that on netflix i wanna watch it is is a fabulous documentary and it's basically jim carey and the process he went through as he was making the movie on andy kaufman man on the moon some years ago and it's a blend of evaluating the film that he made and then him personally and one of the things that really struck me about him is that he had come to this place where he he he realized that he had created this other person in his art and he realized that was not sustainable to continue to live inside of because he was using as a way to hide and he said something that really really struck me sometimes when you decide to be i'm paraphrasing when sometimes when you decide to be who you really are it's gonna make a lot of people.
"andy kaufman" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Our doc oh please jim carrey give yourself lung cancer he now commit to the rolling fuck so is character of course in the movie he he gives you know he's playing in the who has lung cancer on the wet when he gets to and leaves the set as jim carrey having lung cancer he has people curie him out of a car put him in a wheelchair the liberally flops leg over like a fell off the wiltzer somebody somebody has to put them back on and we'll him to the sat do that in your own time that's called acting class right we don't have to carry you around because you need to practice your gift i wanna see andy kaufman all i got look kerry me i'm an actor look how i'm acting like on faleigh no they're acting like they can lift you because they probably can't how tall is he will he would play tony clifton a drunk and he'd be onset and get drunk and pass on people would have to carry them okay also fight scenes in movies are fake you have to actually choreograph it now when them so when you're drunk we need you to not be drunk so that you can do this part over and over again you're not an actor right why this is why we need to stop this stop it yeah we it he has not he's no longer earns being an actor you're not owning it you're going to work as an actor but you're not earning it and he keeps getting a raise its sole frustrating there's i wanna see him as the kaufman talked to dinner they lewis's abe lincoln that should be frozen never stopped just always think character he ends the movie saying how fascinating it is play in the sky in the coffin yeah you added saul and he says what if i played other people what if i played jesus christ and that's how the movie in because the editors telling you yes people you did you see that he does believe he's jesus christ he.
"andy kaufman" Discussed on WJR 760
"Of the child's neck and so that was uh he was convicted of murder for those um for those deaths and so this is movie that tells the story about how they how they caught him and how they how they proved in court it's a nice courtroom drama and uh really really a good good film dean cain is in it uh uh my i'm in it myself in it it was great fun directing me because i didn't talk back to myself at all i did whatever i told myself to do and there was never any issue with it um but moving on there's a movie that i wanna recommanded don't normally recommend movies that i'm not in but there's a movie that uh on net flicks right now in its documentary called jim andy and it's a movie about the making of the man and the moon where jim carey played andy kaufman and the reason i'm recommended uh this movie is that really you don't have to be an andy kaufman fan i loved this movie because i was one and so i was very interested in it but there's a really interesting section at the end of the movie where jim carrey search talking about how he was at the top of the world at this point he was really the highestpaid actor in hollywood for a couple of years and this movie where he he sort of disappeared in the andy kaufman character he did this thing where he was in character all day every day never came out and it sort of broken in a way because even though he was at the pinnacle of his career he realized that that he wasn't happy and that none of it made any difference to women and it all felt so hollow and meaningless and he had achieved everything that he'd ever dreamed up that he ever went to hollywood to become and it still didn't satisfy now obviously not everyone in hollywood is like that but it really struck a chord with me because vanity is such a large part of my business of show business and and that idea of of being.
"andy kaufman" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Like leftover hot riding days actually was at a 650 cfm doublepump or non or not suspend the bumper put atlanta what you still like a tony clift and the added value of tony clift what did you watch the jim carrey documentary the gym and and you know have an idea hammer when it was called jim andy there is that we about jim carrey method acting andy kaufman to like a fucking crazy degree like where he is acting like andy kaufman two indy kaufman's real parents and stuff like that it's it's interesting it's on netflixing like is it better than man on the moon did not enjoy moon on really um i i understand agen like the movie i don't imagine you'd like the behind the scenes so the movie to tell you'll love the bta jim carrey's of weird fucking guy y'all got he's got some interesting world views fleet is he do tony clifton in meda moon yeah or apology mind do it no no he's ok does this pulled you molly play smae what's the guy's name bob smith abs mood yeah the real bob's muna is in no no paul gm yeah poggioli eight does play bob zina sorry deigned danger veto plays georgia the manager for the appear george bureau not the animal steel all the late george the animal steel was a wrestler oh okay again anyway joining the alsirri folk out of your show sons isn't wanna is with the names that will for drive for the drive for video and he knows any things well are you you would not want to talk about that no i i you know it's what you were in some ways were sort of back to.
"andy kaufman" Discussed on The Filmcast
"Imagine than actions in the like oh yeah no they really good they're like all the drama set the really stuck with me that your argument is like on manam or this one and ten minutes long and at it should be like a ninety minute movie basically he added against air so it's called the villainous yes in a sudden theaters that is on i tunes and videoondemand right now so just go to bed at all right i have been watching uh the new documentary on net flicks called jim andy the great beyond this is the documentary about the making of man on the moon the 1999 bio pic uh about andy kaufman starring jim carrey and uh at it drafted by meelis foreman and this documentary a goes behind the scenes as to the making of that a bio pic which was anything but normal because jim carrey decided to go full method on this movie and stay in character as andy kaufman throughout the filming of the film which would be one thing if you're like it you know if you're like a dana day lewis type stain and character but the problem is ganic alf men likes to fuck with people and so if he's staying in characters any kaufman he did a lot it's basic this documentary is basically the sorry of a bunch of crew on a movie who got put through hell because of want to add chairs method of dietary the idea.
"andy kaufman" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Andy kaufman used to be stand up but the than intentionally not funny this make everybody upset now i do for four hours that works these miss that do it he would love it monaco airball radio bill like mike at my cat axel used to do that the worst part about that when axel used to do that for those of you that have catch no dad's have here ball problem sometimes because lick them clinton themselves the mortgage airballs and you knew that episode was in be followed by vomit a herbal vomit up a herbal it is here the and he's backing up on the carpet me one step in at why would you wanna step in something like that so he's backing out of the worst part is like your it is a night sitting there watching the game doom whatever in i like a dark house turn off all the lights at is want the tv like to sitting there watching the tv at night with a db no light drugs my wife crazy the key to its lights on in here well manila one in here and now the mother me is one darkness in a fan that's it so you hear axel and it's like oh crap look if you could get him outside quickly enough obama doubt side but sometimes you couldn't get tombs as darpa couldn't find him amid panic running around the house where are you then he sees me coming you like runs and like you know what the there's only one thing worse and it oh so cap bomb it's bad enough regular clinton ele but it's worse when they're back up and running as they're doing exulted trail it's like hansol in gradow leaders vom ita's fall little vomit trails than you end up vitally cabot at that point matter matter that i found the cat already the damage is done and you'll get the nature miracle spray it batteries out of the sprayed world this is the x is absolutely still gathered did rip acts will you are the man he eats were the man your pharaoh in your wild you scratch people casually and don't pet him on the belly but other than that you are the man but the.