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"angela kinsey" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:00 min | Last month

"angela kinsey" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Yell. We would take the da Vinci code 'cause we burned the dimension code. I was like, thanks guys. Okay, season one. That's the fire episode. It's a religion. I mean, people love it. People love the show and I'm so thankful that they do. Strangest place you've been recognized. Oh my gosh. Not strangest, but always the most awkward is the bathroom. Sure. Always coming out of the stall. I was literally the stall door was opening and I think someone had watched me go in and I'm coming out of the stall before I could even leave it in this gal was like, can we get a picture? And I was like, can I shut the door to the toilet and watch? But then yes, rich one time on our honeymoon. We were walking through Rome and some guys were like, done and done. Oh my gosh. And he was like, yeah, he was like, I guess you've made it when they're singing the sports center theme song at you. Yeah. But it's just so funny. We were like, we did. I guess life's a little different now. It is a little different. It was definitely something for my husband to get used to because he met me later in this sort of the run of the office was done. You know, he met me after it. And I always feel bad for him, and I feel bad for Rainn Wilson's wife as well as John and Jenna deal with this too, but anytime I post a photo of Josh and I, someone writes, that's not Dwight. Are they right? Dwight's gonna be so pissed. You know? And it is like, well, it's not real, but you know, I also just take it as like, well, that's fun. I think, you know, and my family has a farm whenever I'm on the farm and post a photo, people are like, true bars. Exactly. But I don't know. I just find it all just like part of the fun of it, you know? Your nonstop delightful. I'm so lucky that I get to have you as a friend, and we get to hike and play tests. She's a bomb dot com tennis player. I mean, the expression is tiny but mighty right. I mean, we do have so much fun walking and hanging and talking in a very, very lucky to have you in my life. I can't wait for the book. Thank you. I can't wait to show it in person here. So we get it. So pre order guys, because it is important because that's how they decide how quickly they are. That's how you get on The New York Times Best Seller list. That's what I learned is from pre order. So I was like, oh man, that would be a mile zone. Yeah. It would be a mazing. It would be really fun. But anytime you guys want to come on and talk about anything in the world, I'd love to have you. And I'm so thrilled to be able to promote your podcast and promote you and promote the book because what's better in life than sharing good things. I know. Likewise, I love you. No, I love you more. I even gave you my good side. I'm going to leave you with this. What's your last bit of advice for people just looking for looking for a break? Well, I think what my mom said, why not you? Don't let other people tell you you can't do something. Don't let anyone else project that on you and just believe in yourself. I know it's a very simple thing. We've heard it said so many times, but I think my mom constantly saying, why not you? Really? Sunk in for me. And I say it to my daughter all the time. Why not you? It's the best Isabelle's not gonna have you. I hope you guys like this edition of just getting started so many more of those were this one came from. Angela give us your promo for your podcast. It's called office ladies and it's available wherever you listen to podcasts. It's amazing. It's a great listen. It's so much fun. I'm going to sit in the room next time and just pick up how to be a better podcast or stop it. Come hang out with Jen Fisher and I we watch an episode of The Office every week. I will be there. I hope you will be there too. I love seeing all of you guys and I will see you again this time next week..

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"angela kinsey" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:04 min | Last month

"angela kinsey" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"From the office, really overshadows. I just really chatty. I love to learn how people live and what they're doing. And I love meeting people on a plane. Oh no, they're like, don't you do? Yes, I get so excited. I love to go back to where the flight attendants are. The flight attendant galley in chat them up. They always have the best stories. And what do they say to you? They're like, I love you, Angela, and I love the office. Like, what's that, what's that like? I mean, usually one of them, maybe I'll do a video for one of their kids or do a picture or something, but then we just talk about like, okay, so where'd your flight start Florida? Are you going back there today? Or where's your hub? But I get so excited. But I just like to know how people live, I find it so interesting. And so I like connecting with people, you know, on social and I love learning about them and I love someone might comment about a flower or something. I'm just a mom, guys, so I love to post when I see a pretty flower and then someone will comment about it and then I go to their page and then I learn a little bit about them and then I'm like, oh my gosh, this lady really knows flowers. So it doesn't bother you when people come up to you. No, it doesn't. And you know, sometimes when we're with the kids, definitely there's times where you're kind of you're rushing trying to get to the soccer game and you're carrying chairs and a cooler and you're dragging it through a field and you're like, oh crap, we've got 15 minutes and then the game starts. And I think so sometimes I might say, hey, I just have to say a quick hello, you know? Are all fine you later or something like that because sometimes it's just the business of life and I think with my kids it can be a little bit harder. And I'm more protective of them. But for me, the fame part and then the fandom part of the office, that was price of admission a long time ago. I signed up for that. And I am a happy participant to be a part of it. It's changed my life. The show's changed my life. The other day we were with Susie espen Richards hosting an event on Emmy event for curb your enthusiasm. And she said the amount of people that come up to her on the daily basis and ask them to call their husbands and calm a fat buck. Oh my gosh, I don't get that. So my question for you is, what's the weirdest thing that someone's ever asked you to do? Well, I can tell you one of the weirdest things ever like yelled out to me. I was years ago at a U2 concert. And I was trying to get to my seat and you know I was going down a flight of stairs and there was a banister above me of teenage boys, and I'm going down this flight of stairs, and from a distance I hear Angela. And I turn because hi, people call my actual name. That's another thing. I have been at lunch with Rainn Wilson and someone yelled Angela, and I turned, but then they yelled Dwight, and he goes, oh my God, they yelled your name. So I always turn my head. Of course. Because it's my name. Of course. So anyway, I hear Angela. And I turn and this group of boys.

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"angela kinsey" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:35 min | Last month

"angela kinsey" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Fellas, get your face stuff. I'm telling you, I'm going to get some for Josh. I'm not going to, I'm not going to scare you. I'm going to get some for Josh. Oh my God. He'll be so excited. Yeah, because guys love this stuff. As we wrap up, this book is coming out. The office BFFs, it's coming out may 17th, but you can pre order it now, and I guess pre order sales are a big deal because you're publisher likes that. And it puts you on the book charts very much. Yeah, yeah. We want to be on the book charts, folks. So in the audiobook is really great too, and you can get it wherever you buy books. The last thing I want to say is that your audience is so invested in you guys. And really, they care for you. It's pretty amazing. I love to read the interaction if you post something. And I see the way they react to you. What's it like to develop that relationship with all these people and to know that your product is resonating? Oh man, well, I love people. I love meeting new people. I love I'll chat you up at the grocery store. I mean, I often chat people into flights. It's sort of a joke that I will talk a person until that awkward place where they're like, I just, I gotta go. It was nice meeting you, lady, by the Angela from the office, really overshadows. I just really chatty. I love to learn how people live and what they're doing. And I love meeting people on a plane. Oh no, they're like, don't you do? Yes, I get so excited. I love to go back to where the flight attendants are. The flight attendant galley in chat them up. They always have the best stories..

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"angela kinsey" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

05:18 min | Last month

"angela kinsey" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Center. And my mom was like, oh, let's go. Wow. And we got plane tickets, and we went. And I know I'm very fortunate that I had the parents I have and the support that I had that I could do that. And we went and I interviewed and she said, listen, I have two general internships available. One is in the news desk and one is on Conan O'Brien. And I was like, I'll do Conan O'Brien. And I was so excited and I was just a general intern when I got there all I did was get people coffee and things like that. And even to go, my parents were so apprehensive about it and I sold my car and I used the money to from my car to go live there and I sublet it. I found a friend of a friend and lived in the worst apartment ever by Lincoln tunnel and hell's kitchen. My apartment faced the red light on the third floor. My whole bedroom would turn red, yellow, green, because I faced the red light. And I started my internship and I knew nothing and I was so fish out of water, but I was so excited. I felt like I'm doing it, you know? I'm one step closer. And I wasn't even performing at that time. I just wanted to be around other people creative who were performing. And after a few weeks of getting people coffee, they said we have an internship, I wanted to get down in the studio and there's only two, one's a writer's assistant and one was Max Weinberg's assistant. And the writer's assistant was taken. That was a coveted one because she got to be in the writers room with Conan and all the writers. But they said, we have an internship available for max wind Weinberg. Would you like to do that? I said, yes, and they said, what's your experience in music? I was like, I love music. Exactly. Oh my gosh. This is horrible. I knew nothing. And I sort of faked it till I made it. And I was made it, and I was max wing works in turn. But I got to be in the studio when Conan and the writers did all of their skits and his opening monologue and him and Andy and it was such a full circle life moment years later when I was on The Office, and I was a guest on Conan. And I went back, you know, and was a guest at 30 rock where I had interned where I would take people to their dressing rooms and get them water and so what was that like? Walk me through that. That was just surreal. That was just and everybody there, I still knew. They're like, Angela's here. You know, and Jimmy favino, the head of his band, all those guys were so nice and it was amazing. And I feel so fortunate that I was able to have that moment because I know a lot of times in my life I've tried for something and I've never fully realized that. You know, I've written 5 shows, none of them have gone. I've never had something I've written go, you know? So I know that there are disappointments, but you can't let that stop you. How did you go from that internship, especially with max? And I still want to know what you did for my perspective. Maybe call a piano tuner. I'm not sure what else to do. Well, I can break down my day for you. Oh God. And you know, the funny thing is is that I was in the system at the same time walking those underground tunnels at NBC. We were there at the same time walking this underground tunnels. To go get coffee for people, I got people's glasses fixed. I picked up dry cleaning. Dry cleaning. That's a big thing. Pick up people's laundry. But I loved it. I love to copy run because I would just go for like hours. 'cause they didn't really care if I was gone. I would just go for hours. You want me to get your glasses on third avenue? Absolutely. I would just go and walk around and just kill time because that's what you're doing as an intern half the time. Yeah, you're just a runner is what you are. For max in the morning, first thing he liked to watch the dailies from the day before. He had a camera mounted under his symbol. And he wanted to see that camera shot. So my job was to go way down into the belly of 30 rock, where all the editors are. Why do the editors always? Why are they always in the darkest room? Is it a darkest people? They have to, I guess, just watch stuff over and over. Anyway, but I would go way down and get his dailies. And make sure they were on his desk right where he liked them. So when he got there, the first thing I would hear in the morning when max walked in was, so I'm sorry. That's it. He just faster. Really good version of that. Thank you. My fast forward. And rewind. So, and then I would get if he wanted anything to eat, I would just sit outside his office. There was like a little chair desk area and he had an official official assist. Sorry, he had an official official assistant, and I was the interns. For the assistant for him. Which can mean ugly things, which can be if you get the wrong person. It can be. And I had the best.

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"angela kinsey" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

06:15 min | Last month

"angela kinsey" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"I know there's always nature nurture, right? What was you and what was nurtured to be you. And I have three older sisters. I'm the youngest of four girls, and my mom always said to us, why not you? We talk about things we might want to do. And she'd be like, do it. Why not you? Why not? And things felt sometimes big and too far away and how will we ever get there? You know, no one in my family is in entertainment. My dad was a drilling engineer. My mom was a stay at home mom, my sisters are a nurse, a school teacher, and one works for the local telephone company for years. And people don't go to Hollywood in my family. They don't go to try and be an actor or write or direct or any of those things. So it felt very far away, but my mom would say, why not you? And I think that just sunk in. Why not me? Just go do it. Give it a shot. And that started at an early age in me to try out for things and do things. Because why not? But how did you do it? I mean, how did you go from growing up in Indonesia with this wonderful mom who supported you? To getting to Los Angeles, what was the genesis? Oh my gosh. This is like, what is your life? Exactly. What is your whole life? Okay. I will buckle in. I'll try to give a short answer here. It's all I ever wanted to do. That's really the simplest thing to say. I always felt like I can't imagine my life if I don't do this. And so I was in every school play every Christmas play at our church, you know? I first time I auditioned for the Christmas play. I was a sheep, and then I finally got to be Mary, which was pretty cool. I met you sheep the hell out of it. I did. I shaped the hell out of it. And the costume. I'm sure it was amazing. And I just kept at it, I did every school play, and then when I got to college, I really also had a love for writing. I loved writing my own material. And I would try it out and sometimes it went well and sometimes it didn't. And I knew I wanted to go to New York. I became very specific. And I think there are two things that help me in life, one I knew what I wanted to do early. I wasn't searching. I wasn't trying to figure it out along the way. I knew. So then I had this pinpoint, I don't know, path, right? And then the other thing is, is that I just. Created everything I could around that one idea. Do you know what I mean? And I got more and more specific. So like sort of like God is in the details, you know? So then I was like, not only do I want to perform and write my own material and create characters for myself. But I love comedy, and that's where I feel at home. So I wanted to go on a late night talk show, and I wanted to see how people come up with their opening monologues and bits and sketches. So I applied for an internship on Conan O'Brien. Out of college, like a postgraduate internship through my school. And I didn't know anyone. And a lot of those internships you know someone, so I. Wrote a letter and sent in my I called this general number that was like, hello, you've reached NBC Rockefeller center for an internship program press one, right? I press one, I got an address, I wrote a letter, nothing crickets. And then you could leave a message, so then I just started leaving a message. I'd be like, hi, my name is Angela Kinsey. I'd like to apply for an internship. On Saturday Night Live or Conan O'Brien, if someone could call me back, no one called me back. It's a miracle. No one called me back. And one day I called and you would get the main switchboard, right? And so she would direct you, right? She would always transfer you. So you would get this woman who would answer. I think they used to know the main number at NBC back. Oh my gosh. So one day after like two months, I called and the woman was like, NBC Rockefeller center and I was like, yes, I'm looking to apply for an internship. And she was like, I'll connect you. I just instead of saying what I usually said, I said, I was just disconnected. I was talking to someone about my intern program. I just lied. I love it. And she was like, oh, do you mean Nancy? And I was like, yes. Nancy, I was talking to Nancy. And she was like, I'll transfer you. And I ended up leaving a message for this woman, Nancy, who didn't call me back. And then I would call back and say, hey, I was just talking to Nancy. And then this woman was covering Nancy's desk, Nancy was out of town. And she said, oh, Nancy's out of town, and I said, yeah, I was just talking about my internship program. And she said, oh, well, let me let me pass you through to Diane. Whoever Diane was. Whatever. Whatever her name was. And Diane goes, how did you get this number? And I said, I've been calling for two months. No one returned my calls. I lied. I lied for three days, saying I was talking to Nancy, and then somehow Nancy went on vacation, and now I have you. And this was like on a Friday, and she said, can you be here Monday? Oh, God, I love it. And I hung up the phone and I said, mom, dad, I have to go to New York. And they were like, what? And I was like, I have to go. I have to go for the internship. I have to go. And my mom and dad were like, well, let's just wait a second here. Wait a second now. And they knew I had been calling and calling, and I was like, I have to go. And I had gotten a little bit of money for graduating, you know, I had some money saved up. And I was a lifeguarding and teaching swim lessons. It was the summer, and I said, listen, I'm going to go. So if you'd like to go with me, mom, I'd love that because my dad couldn't because of work and I said, but I'm going. And I'm going to meet with Diane on Monday at 10 a.m..

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"angela kinsey" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

05:44 min | Last month

"angela kinsey" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"I don't want to scare you guys, but look at this look. So we're no longer in that gulag of a room where I've been doing the podcast. Oh, it looks like I've been in some kind of Turkish prison. There was a picture of my dog in the background. That's all I brought with me. You know, we're kind of not in our house right now, so I'm improving. Right. You should know you're an improv. Yeah, I am. I like where you are. This is lovely. It's lovely. And now I get to sit with you. This is an intimate version of just getting started. And I'm so happy you came. I also kind of made you comfort. And I feel like I kind of, this is the best part of having friends who do amazing things. Because they I did, I said, I said, hey, and after we go for our icon. We literally went for a hike. And we shot up in the same oh my God, you're very bendy. I'm not as bindi. Anyway, we have the same leggings on, apparently. So we look ridiculous. But that's part of the fun of asking a friend to do something like this. Because we could walk, I could give you a delightful refreshing water with I introduced her to the whole idea of putting fruit in your water because you drink more. I know, I know, I know there's fruit and water. She said, would you like a kumquat? A delightful kumquat, and I said, I've never had a kumquat in my water. I've had other fruit. I have been on at least one vacation for someone put a cucumber in my water. You have lived. I lived a little bit. I also wanted to share with you guys, this is something that people in the business know, and it's so ridiculous. We went to sit down and said this is not my side. Now, I only do from this side. Especially when you're Jewish and you're in sports broadcast, like, you know, I'm used to working with all of these, you know, it was always when I was at Fox Sports. It was always like the Playboy playmate models and me. And so you learn how to work your angles, right? Then you realize how old you are. And you're like, eh, I don't care. Well, here's the thing, guys. You have to look amazing. No, I don't. I'm a comedian. I don't really. But I will say this. I was telling Suzie, we were chit chatting as they were setting up cameras and stuff, which by the way, I didn't know I was on camera today. I know. And then she just looks like this. No, you stop it. I quickly went in the bathroom and was like, oh, but on the office, we were a few years into the show, and someone brought up, oh, you know, which is your good side. And I said, oh, I don't think that's a thing. Is that a thing? And our camera operator Matt soane, who I love, was like, oh, yeah, it's a thing. I was like, really Matt? Do I have a side? He goes, yeah. I was like, what? Why did you tell me years ago? But he was like, no, no, no, I tried to frame you. I guess this is my side. I don't know, guys. You don't realize you have a side. It's like a Seinfeld episode where you're like, what do you mean my sight? Yeah. What you don't realize is that one side is more. You know what I mean? You know what I heard is you go with your part. But what happens when you don't have a part? Yeah, that's a great question. I don't know. So we are solving how are you? How are you doing? Just getting started audience is thinking, why did I just tune into? But I honestly think, you know what's so much more fun when you can actually have a conversation that doesn't feel like an interview. Because look, it's all I do for a living is interview people. You go into these interviews, you've thought of ahead what you want to talk about. You have an idea. And it always feels like an interview. And my goal on this is to make it feel more like a conversation. And I feel like it has to be with you just because we have such a level of comfort. And I wanted to be able to bring you to our audience because obviously I will tell you this, the funniest thing about meeting Angela for the first time in kindergarten is because you were so easily recognizable. Oh, yeah. Our kids were in kindergarten. Yeah, and so I also very chatty. Well, where did that come from? Is that from growing up in the south? I grew up in Indonesia. That's right, before you came back, that's right. Yeah, so I don't know. I traveled a lot as a kid. We moved around for my dad's job. So I sort of always was the new kid. So I, you know, as the new kid, you got to make friends. So I got chatty, I guess. Did you feel early on that comedy was a way of connecting with people where you funny from a young age? What would you probably dial one of my sisters? They would probably have something interesting to say. My mom tells the story that she was asking my sisters and I, what we wanted to be when we grew up. And I said, I was four years old, and I said, Carol Burnett. My dad had showed me the Carol Burnett show, and I was mesmerized. And I don't know, I said Carol Burnett, and that's all I've ever wanted to do my whole life. When did you get a sense that you could actually turn this into a lifestyle? Because the whole point of just getting started, as I mentioned to you, was I feel like coming out of this dark couple years. People need inspiration. And they need to feel that kind of she could do it maybe I could do it too. So what I'm trying to do is just hone that place where somebody had either a sliding doors moment, you know, the Gwyneth Paltrow with the good haircut. I remember that one. Where you just know that if you didn't go in that door, your life could have gone in a totally separate direction and to find that place where somebody found the courage to become who they wanted to be. So that's why I want to know, at what point did you figure out even on early on in life that this is a direction I want to go in? You know, I have to give my mom a lot of credit here..

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"angela kinsey" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

03:32 min | Last month

"angela kinsey" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

"I said great. And she said, I have a car. I can we can take, and I was like, great. And I said, can we drive from she lived in New Jersey? Can we drive from New Jersey to Texas? And then I'm going to get a car. And then we'll follow each other the rest of the way. We went to triple-A. We got our trip guide. You know it was like a sure. You guys, it was like a small notebook that you could flip the pages of your journey. There's no ways. There's no navigation. Forget it. Her car was like, I don't know what it was. It was some kind of Buick or something. I don't know, maybe an Impala. Anyway, something in that family. And we had a radio. We didn't have mixtapes or anything we had a radio, and we drove from literally. We left Lincoln tunnel, bye bye New York, everything I owned in a suitcase. Drove to Tennessee where her brother lived. At a scary couple hours in West Virginia. I love you. Love you, West Virginia. But it was 3 a.m.. We stopped to get gas and Julie was like, where's your coffee and the woman was like, we don't put it out anymore because that woman kept throwing it on people. We're like, okay, bye. And load it up and see. Back in the car, but anyway, we stopped in Tennessee, and then we ended up in Texas. I got my car, and then I drove. You guys, we got walkie talkies, as long as we stayed within three miles of each other. That's amazing. And that's how I got to LA. And so what was your introduction? So you've now come off of two successful internships. You were smart enough to know to write, and that is the.

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"angela kinsey" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

05:23 min | Last month

"angela kinsey" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

"One, I got an address, I wrote a letter, nothing crickets. And then you could leave a message, so then I just started leaving a message. I'd be like, hi, my name is Angela Kinsey. I'd like to apply for an internship. On Saturday Night Live or Conan O'Brien, if someone could call me back, no one called me back. It's a miracle. No one called me back. And one day I called and you would get the main switchboard, right? And so she would direct you, right? She would always transfer you. So you would get this woman who would answer. I think they used to know the main number at NBC back. Oh my gosh. So one day after like two months, I called and the woman was like, NBC Rockefeller center and I was like, yes, I'm looking to apply for an internship. And she was like, I'll connect you. I just instead of saying what I usually said, I said, I was just disconnected. I was talking to someone about my intern program. I just lied. I love it. And she was like, oh, do you mean Nancy? And I was like, yes. Nancy, I was talking to Nancy. And she was like, I'll transfer you. And I ended up leaving a message for this woman, Nancy, who didn't call me back. And then I would call back and say, hey, I was just talking to Nancy. And then this woman was covering Nancy's desk, Nancy was out of town. And she said, oh, Nancy's out of town, and I said, yeah, I was just talking about my internship program. And she said, oh, well, let me let me pass you through to Diane. Whoever Diane was. Whatever. Whatever her name was. And Diane goes, how did you get this number? And I said, I've been calling for two months. No one returned my calls. I lied. I lied for three days, saying I was talking to Nancy, and then somehow Nancy went on vacation, and now I have you. And this was like on a Friday, and she said, can you be here Monday? Oh, God, I love it. And I hung up the phone and I said, mom, dad, I have to go to New York. And they were like, what? And I was like, I have to go. I have to go for the internship. I have to go. And my mom and dad were like, well, let's just wait a second here. Wait a second now. And they knew I had been calling and calling, and I was like, I have to go. And I had gotten a little bit of money for graduating, you know, I had some money saved up. And I was a lifeguarding and teaching swim lessons. It was the summer, and I said, listen, I'm going to go. So if you'd like to go with me, mom, I'd love that because my dad couldn't because of work and I said, but I'm going. And I'm going to meet with Diane on Monday at 10 a.m..

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"angela kinsey" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast

GSMC Television Podcast

05:36 min | 10 months ago

"angela kinsey" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast

"He doesn't care and he just kind of wants to be done with it so he says that he's going to calls the apocalypse he's going to destroy earth in two weeks and so everyone in heaven is super happy there. They want to be done with their jobs. And i guess. Enjoy the afterlife. Whereas is you know. Craig and eliza. I guess they like their jobs. So they make a deal with god to achieve one of the impossible tasks and so in this case they have to get two of the characters who like each other to not only notice each other express interesting each other and then kiss and so the whole season is wrapped around. Like the whole team trying to do that And so you have these actors. All the actors that i listed earlier that you know are reoccurring from season to season in new roles which we'll talk about season two and three and a moment the whole show really caught my i thought it was very interesting And the show features each season features a handful of guest stars so for season one. There's angela kinsey. Obviously everyone knows her as angela from the office. There's tim meadows. There's chris parnell there's margaret show There's even more But yet. Marta tro show plays st bouche emmys mother so in other words he's she is god's mother Which is i mean. The whole the whole humor is absurdist. Comedy it's kind of dumb humor but it's entertaining I i really enjoyed it. It wasn't what i thought he'd be but it also was something more than i thought it would be So i enjoyed the first season. I thought that's all there is going to be. And i was perfectly fine with it. Being one season then they announced season two was coming out. And i'm like At this time i was watching. I think like upwards of like thirty shows that year and so i was kind of happy when i thought it was over. Just because it's one less show add on my on my plate so then season chew gets announced and now season two aired on january twenty eighth of twenty twenty so obviously last year It was based off of Simon riches other book revolution and so the entirety of season two is set during the dark ages And st bouche ame- has two kids Geraldine and John bass there is kids and so they are more specifically. Steve shemi is his job is shit shuffler and so like the joke of the season is like what your job is is what you. And that's what they literally say they as a ship traveller in other words he scoops poop So you know they say that whatever your job is kind of what your last name is which i think actually was kind of true back then for some people maybe people who didn't have some sort of family name. I really don't know the authenticity of that's a..

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"angela kinsey" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

02:35 min | 11 months ago

"angela kinsey" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

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"angela kinsey" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

04:31 min | 11 months ago

"angela kinsey" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

"Say that they put it on at the end of a long day or a bad day or maybe something. they're anxious about. They put it on just comfort. What are you most proud of. I guess it's legacy. I'm so proud of the show. And i'm i'm so proud that it keeps finding an audience because we all thought it had the staying power but to see that affirmed in millions of people that still watch it. I'm really proud of that. We made something that will last right. It's crazy to me the attachment that eleven twelve year old. Thirteen year old. You know high school kids have to that show now what is it. Is it the characters their relationships funny. It's also really really freaking funny. I was watching it and like i'm like it's funny. There's still there luddite so funny and it's funny right. I mean you know. My daughter is eleven and she'd never seen the show. She grew up on the set. She was born season five. She was there every day. I mean you know. I had a little kind of baby nursery trailer. Next right there but You know it's interesting. She came back to school this year. She's in fifth grade and she said mom everyone in my class. Watch the office over the summer. Everyone i see a kid with thunder mifflin shirt. These are kids. I've known since kindergarten and now they're like seeing me. They're like i'm like what do you think about over my house so many times. I make you snacks. But she was like. Can i watch it now. Was like okay right fine. I think there's some content that might not be appropriate but will muscle through it together but And she's into it and my my stepson's are into it there. They're eleven and nine. they love it. My son jack who's eleven loves it so much that he's now he's watching it and now he listened to the podcast. He'll listen to this one too so like he's he loves it unbelievable unbelievable and they i feel like they kind of see me in a different way now like my own kids are like. Oh wow you did that. I'm like yes. What do you guys think. I do when i leave here. Did something mom something other than like. Give me some goldfish and some pretzels. All all right. So you're doing a podcast now office ladies. Tell me about it Yes brian. I am doing. Podcasts called office ladies. It is with my. Bff jonah fisher. you know. She and i became best friends on set. And i talked. We talk every single day and we have for years. I mean rain. Used to say he would turn us and say what more could you have each other. But she's just my best friend. I feel like i don't even know how to like really relate to life until i bounce it off of her and my husband is not a big talker. So he's like. I'm like oh i should talk to john about it. He's yes do please. Because he thinks i really yeah. He's like filter it through and then he goes. I get the condensed version where you're like more rational and you bounced it through your bff filter But and i were trying to think about what. What can we do together in. One of the big things for us is that we wanted to work in la. Well it's really hard to get an acting job. In los angeles these days folks most of them are filmed in vancouver atlanta. And we didn't want to be away from our families. And i love being the architect my own time and i've never really been able to do that. And we get to hang out and talk about one of our the favourite chapter of our life. So it's just are- watch and it's it's our love for the show this just it's just a little bit of everything awesome all right. Can you do one last thing for me just so we can identify you for people listening. Can you say your name and your role on the office. My name is angela. Kinsey and i played angela. Martin should i say angela martin troop i don't think so do you know. Why can i tell you. I always say angela. Martin and i've had people right in that say. Why don't you say angela. Martin troot so. I was like okay fine so then one time i you just be angeles shrewd. Yeah so then. One time i wrote. And i said okay. Fine i guess. I'm angela shrew and then i had someone right to me and say thanks for ruining the series. I'm like what is the statute here. Six years not a spoiler alert. What point so now. I just say angela martin.

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"angela kinsey" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

08:14 min | 11 months ago

"angela kinsey" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

"Who's your favorite guests. Are we ever had. Oh gosh we so many good ones i mean. I have favorites for different reasons. Do you know what. I mean like idris elba He was like so cool. I was like maybe. If i hang out with him i'll be cool and then i loved overweight. Are you good bud. You look through. Brian laughed and threw his head back with headphones. Came from fans. went flying off. All right Did you say head fans. That's what i call to the podcast. World shut it thus brands favorite thing by the way. When i would give him a hard time he'd go shut it Okay so i loved address. Because he's just cool. I mean i talked to kathy bates about rv's and traveling around american rv. And i'm like you're really cool James spader though one of my all time favorites because by creed he just would say things. We like. Not a real. He's lived a life. He has lived a life. And i'll never forget. We had here and make up side-by-side like we'd get touch-ups at lunch side-by-side be sitting next to him. And i was talking to kenneth paul. Who did my makeup about the fact that my daughter likes to sleep in bed with me and that i felt bad and you know i knew she was getting older. She was like four years old. And i knew i shouldn't let her crawl into bed and sleep with me in the night. But she's so snugly. And and i thought i was talking to kenneth paul because when james spader would come in to get his makeup done it looked like he went into a trance. Like asleep like some meditative trance. He looked asleep and he sat up at this time in my life i was a single mom. He sat and he looked at me and he goes angela. Get that baby out of your bed. If you ever want a man in there. I was like what you're alive and you're talking like all right james i guess. Okay what so. James james being there now. What When did you find out. Steve was leaving. And how did you feel. Did you feel the show. Could keep going. I mean. I can't remember the exact moment. Feel like i was with everybody somewhere. Rhody they announced at a table read. I know there were some people who are privy before some of the rest of us. But i kind of do like steve talk to us on set one day and gave us the heads up before the announcement because he's just a class act like that and i just remember thinking god. I felt like we had such a deep bench. You know ryan. That's basketball. I don't know if you want in a basketball game. You have your starters but you want a really solid second-string right so you want a deep bench. They call it because in basketball. You all sit on a bench now. I felt like you're welcome praying. Thank you for explaining that to me. Brian who should by the way have a spin off where he just has. Famous athletes come in here and talk to him because the guy knows everybody. I'll never this is like me getting off topic but we were at like a fancy kind of restaurant bar place and brian was like my friends going to meet us here. Erin i was like okay. Great i meet erin earn. What do you do how are things. He's like good. I'm play football. I was like oh that's fun. Like what team are you playing on. He was like. I play for green bay. I was like oh that is so cool. Well good for you. And then i tell my boyfriend. I'm like i met this guy erin. He's a quarterback for like. I know something with the bay like seattle. Maybe and he's like what did you. Anyway i digress. Brian needs to have also famous athlete. Show so don't make that up. But yeah i just remember thinking. We had a deep bench. And i thought that i was really hopeful that we could continue i. I was scared. I was sad. I was sad and i was scared. Because i felt like steve such our anchor. But i never doubted what the rest of us could do and i was also excited. It was kind of complex range of emotions. Because i was excited to see how it would blow out the world and what other sort of cool things might come from it and the ways we might see other characters take on new responsibility absolutely of i feel like it was more emotional for me when he left than when the end of the show happened. why while he was like. Are you know sort of the father of our show and it was really hard to imagine walking onset without him i actually went back and i found an email that i wrote him A few days into our first episode back without him and i was like deer. Steve like in the is really weird to walk onset today and not see you. I miss our talks about our weaken. Because he would walk over and talk to us about as we can to jenin. I got at target. You know and of such just really miss you. And i sent him a picture and and we email like that from time to time But yeah i just remember really missing him his presence. he's also just brilliant. he's brilliant. We all got the best ever comedy like on on site training from just being in scenes with him and watching him because not only can he just make a character. Just be hilarious. But then in a second he can flip it and rip your heart out for the finale. Are finale the finale of the show. Our you leading into that. And i was emotional. I was emotional. I i had heard that. Greg really wanted steve to make a cameo in the finale and steve was like i just feel like my character is wrapped up. Like why would michael come back. And greg was like. Is there a scenario where michael would come back to denver. Mifflin and steve said well. If dwight nash got married michael would come to their wedding. But they greg really really really didn't want the press to find out and things have a way of leaking. There's a lot of people that coming. Come back and forth on a set and he really wanted locked up just for the fans. He wanted that surprise. Yeah we've talked about this before. But what do you think about the idea of a reunion. Show well obviously you don't ever want to mess with what such beautiful thing right. Though seasons are beautiful and they mean a lot people you you would never want to open them back up and not do them justice But when i think of a reunion movie like one one moment one glimpse to see these people. Are i think part of the reason why i love. The idea is because i miss these characters. Not only do. I miss my friends and to be in one room with all of them. The brunch that greg hosted at his house and a bunch of us were able to attend. Phyllis walked in the door. And when i saw her i burst into tears. I hadn't been in the same room with phillips on a long time just because of life we stay in touch. You know but it's different getting to also around a table together. And so i kind of get emotional when i think about it because you know life is short and i just think i'd love to know where these characters are and i love to sit around a table with those people i love again. Why do you think the show has become more popular now than it was when it air. What is what is it that that attracts people to it. We'll brian get asked this a lot. Right i mean we both sort of have. Our things are theories on it but You know undeniably. It's the way that we consume media the fact that it can just be on anytime you want. You don't have to wait for thursday night at eight o'clock it's always there. It's always available. But i also think on the other layer is it is comfort is comfort. You turn it on and you know where everyone's going to be. You know where pam that reception you know accounting those people become like your extended family. And you're just sort of checking in with them and i have people tell me all the time. Is i know you do as well..

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"angela kinsey" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

01:31 min | 11 months ago

"angela kinsey" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

"And i you into me and i went flying and i said oscar but i was missing and so i said oscar did you and i hit me. I went up on paper like like that and you could not could not get back from that. You start laughing so hard. Oh god and that was the beginning of the..

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"angela kinsey" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

07:59 min | 11 months ago

"angela kinsey" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

"The show also sort of rode. This wave of technology social media. Talk to me about your. You are on my space. Well janette got on my space than got a few of us on it. And we did these. My space blogs we were just convinced probably for two and a half years that we were going to get cancelled and so anyway we could try to connect and get the get the word out about the show so we would do these behind the scenes blogs stuff i actually printed out all of them. I have all of mine and do i do and It is really funny. You you really see just your journey even as a young person. Wow yeah and some of it is like embarrassingly stuff that i'm like. Oh my god here was the thing. We had a chocolate pound hand. You're like okay lady. Relax well you are involved with that the show. You know what we talked about before i. It's becoming big. And then we were the first show that did original content for the internet. Nbc dot com. We did webex odes course. No one knew what the hell episode was. We didn't either. They were going to be little vignettes. That would live on the internet and we won an emmy for one. The accountants the accountants and a cameo by rain as dwight by rain but he didn't win an emmy. Now you did it. He didn't know. I know that agenda. I know john so would you let her. Touch your jenner. You can touch mine. That's what she said. So this is something that you know. I don't know that everybody knows but when the show won an emmy for best comedy on samba. You would think as the comedy ensemble. We would all get an emmy but we were not producer credit and only the producers. Get an emmy. And i think that is a bunch of bs so Television academy. I think everyone should get an emmy. That's what i think. But then as the website series we were nominated bryan an oscar and i for a daytime emmy and we got it so jenna does not have an emmy because the year we won she was not a producer years later. Some folks got producer credit. But we did not win again so right. I told jana our idea that there should be the accountant spin off and she was like yes. Why isn't that happening. So bonnie hammer at nbc dot com. If you'd like to see the accountant spin off you know. If we're if we're available will make it happen. What what do you remember. Some of your favorite moments. I just wanted to see what the buffet reaction to that would. Yeah somewhere my favorite moments from the coroner every week every week there was a favourite moment every week. One of my favorite things that oscar would do is whenever. I had lines that i had to say really seriously because angelo was always very serious in the background he would be pretending to add on his adding machine but he only uses knuckles like a caveman like kick link but he did that. Tried to mess with me. And then you and i. There were times. There was a scene happening. I could not make eye contact with you. Because if i did. We'd both go. I love in the healthcare episode. That you full on. Es break and you do this thing. Brian that when someone breaks. It's like to deflect from you you call them out it so so. Rain comes out and says hotdog fingers. And i start laughing. I double double over and start laughing fully break character and you laugh but you point at me like she did it in the episode. They left it in. Every week was great. What do you think made our little group of the accounts in the corner so special. I think the dynamic i mean i just always felt like oscar and i were your parents and you are idiots on who still lived at home. I mean i just. The three of us were just so in sync from the very beginning. I view it to three of us there as sort of this perfect comedy triangle right. You've got the stern one got to be in control. You've got the slower one kind. Likes to get under the skin of the one who likes to be in control. And then you have the put upon one oscar and you have this also also be the referee totally she. He's the referee. In between you and i but also then the alliance keep shifting its kevin and oscar against whenever they want to play. It's angwin oscar against kevin whenever they actually have to get things done you know. Is it ever angela and kevin. No i don't think so. I don't think so. Well actually one of my favorite pictures. That i have is a picture a selfie that we took in a car when we were filming the episode at your house with the creepy portrait of angela. Yes because he's mean to you. Oh that's right. You stand up for me and kevin stands up all. That's really sweet yet. What angela versus oscar. When angela finds out oscar is sleeping with her husband. Yes but new kevin seven new. He was more just happy that he kept a secret. Yeah he was so proud of himself. Well one of my favorite running bits that we had and i know you know this was that we would say first of all. Whenever we had the smallest scene. You would think it was going to like. We're going to get an oscar or something like that. That's how serious took it. And there were times i would turn you guys and i'd be like guys is not our show. It's not our show. Today is not about us to start. So one of my favorite things is oscar said. Well maybe we'll have a spin off on telemundo and it will be oscar and hella e. k. Being that oh gosh. I think that no one thought that we were funnier than we did. Over in accounting. Well just all of us over there. I just to i would injure you a lot. Okay i have to say one thing about that creed. Just came on is podcast. Okay ladies and we're talking about halloween. And then he reference another another episode he goes. And that's when brian lake like body. Bodycheck you angela. And you went flying. He was like he was always doing. That was hilarious. Creed thought it was funny. That's good cracks me up. I always just had the idea that kevin was not aware of the size of his body and so he wouldn't think that he would you know potentially injure a smaller person. Walking by anyone can make me laugh so hard just nudging you and having you go flying one time into the. I think i heard you that. One time bush into the which is the actual physical imprint of my body in the bushes and i got peeled out was wasn't my then. There was one time you. You checked me into the blinds in the conference room. That i didn't think john was going to be able to recover from but my personal favourite one of the first times it happened. It was purely by accident and you had to walk around behind me. Give you action at the top of the accounting. You were to walk behind me to the file cabinets behind me. And i'm standing at my desk and i had a line where i had to say. Oscar did you do the payroll and when brian walked by by accident. You bumped into me..

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"angela kinsey" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

02:32 min | 11 months ago

"angela kinsey" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

"Was it three months. Later was some days. Yeah yeah and then all of a sudden. I was completely showing. I was having a baby and so i remember sitting around being like okay. How do we hide this. How do we hide it. because it. it wouldn't have made sense for my character. To all of a sudden be pregnant it may be would have been different. Had the series had its full. Run that year So we had to hide it. There was no other way. And i had the one of the most hilarious conversations with paul fig who was directing an episode where phyllis watson on Dwight and angela. Making out in the office. And i was oh seven and a half months pregnant and they were trying to have rain. Hide my belly with his body as we're like making out and and we're supposed to be in like stages of mid undress you know like rain has a shirt off so they were like i like well. What if angela got on her force. Are i stood here. Or what if we put her here and it was like. Where do you put the giant pregnant belly. What do we do. That doesn't also look really inappropriate. And.

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"angela kinsey" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

08:12 min | 11 months ago

"angela kinsey" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

"In terms of of the shooting of the show. The thing that i'm the most proud of is the artistic integrity that came with having the camera. be a character. Do you have any specific moments that you remember about Interacting with the camera or or having the camera as a character well. I have years of a clandestine relationship. You know so. That was always something we had to consider when dwight and i had seen as like. Are we camera. Where do we know that the camera's picking this up our secret rendezvous us and our characters look around for the camera and there's times when we see that we've been caught and when we react to being caught so that the camera truly was a character that crew member was there and we were trying to hide from that crew member and not be exposed so that that was always a really fun Fun thing to play off of. And then i loved at the end that we then get to see the footage and we all crowd around oscars desk and the revelations that come from that So i i love that that got to pay off right and so when angela and dwight we're going off on their tryst you always camera where you're always aware of where the camera was. Did you ever forget. Oh we did. I mean we would get caught in the throes of passion and forget but there was always a moment where we looked around before we spoke or did something. There was always some moment where we were checking in like in the warehouse. Do we get away kind of look around. And sometimes we never saw the camera they truly were hidden and a spy shot and then there were times where one of us would find it. Usually me and then i would walk off in a huff. That's such an interesting. There's something so interesting to me about the camera being a character and thinking about dwight and angela that that they were really trying to figure you guys out. Yeah like if you think about it like reality. Tv there was some segment producer. That's like get on out there meeting in the warehouse. Find them right. We want the hat what. How did your relationship. How did it change angela. While i think for me it just opened her up. Because you know. There's a lot of people that i guess in. The beginning. Could sort of see her as one note like. Oh she's just the office bitch. Well guess what office bitch can be a bitch love. There's there's a. There's you know sneaky bitch. They're superstitious bitch. There's pretty bitch there's madly in love bitch like there's layers to her grumpiness and she just as someone. I who's very fear based and i think her falling in love with dwight and having to step out of her comfort zone and trust someone and let someone in and made her just more three dimensional to me right when angela and dwight started together. Were you aware of what it was going to turn into. No no absolutely not. And i mean i've talked about this quite a bit that we would find out things at the table read. So we're at the table read and it's the episode where jim has a barbecue and all of a sudden there's two birkenstocks rubbing back and forth in the dollhouse outside rain and Greg told me that in the writer's room They like to try to pitch like people different characters within the show that might bring out an interesting other side to the other person and so they would like sort of brainstorm names on postcards and and they love the idea of dwight and angela and that that kind of couples seeking power and they make sense right. It was ridiculous. I mean having a you know a contract to have a baby and your rules and his rules and your needs and his requirements juxtapose with pam jam and they're sort of sweet normal well somewhat normal court unrequited yeah I thought brought great comedy. But also it's a testament to you and your work and rain that people bought into it and and believed it as it was. Well i think in their own way. Their their story isn't much different than jim and pam. It's two people that love each other and are both a little too scared to let the other person know how much they love each other and find ways to throw up all. These roadblocks roadblocks until they finally just step out into that scary place and say all right. I'm in it to win it. This is me you got me right. And they have their know. Jim and pam. Maybe maybe hers as flirting with him a little bit and then he picks her up and her shirt comes up and you can see your belly and she gets embarrassed and then she doesn't talk to him the rest of the day. Maybe that's what's happening there for us. It's like well. I you know i will. Here is my card that we hole punched whenever we had sex like. What was it called like a frequent intercourse like punch card punch card own. Weird things of just stalling. What was ultimately what we both wanted. And how much communication did you have with the writers about that story. It really was the writers it was. They would come up with these ideas and really didn't go to them very many times in the course of the show with anything that bumped me. Now i would have pitches for them. You know john. And i pitched to greg one day on set about these ridiculous kind of workshops we'd have to do. We both worked in corporate america. And there were these things like a women in the workplace. Kinda seminar we were telling him about it. News hold up hold up. Bj compare write this down and he'd be jacob padded that one little nugget of course. Bj took it and ran with it became. It's called boys and girls. Is that what it's called now. I'm looking yes. Boys and girls is the fifteenth episode of the second season. So that was jenine. Pitching that you know are women in the workplace stuff interesting So dwight and angela together. What was it. Like bringing. Andy play by ed helms into that well it just seemed doomed from the start. Yes i mean you know it was revenge dating. I always felt bad for andy. I felt bad for andy from day. One andy so desperately just wanted someone you think anyone you know and i just I just always felt really badly for him and again it was that thing like jim and pam where they had to have these foils to sort of keep them apart. You know dwight ni- i mean. Dwight did put my cat in the freezer which was really sucky and then she dates andy and then he dates. And then you know so. We had all of these sort of foil relationships. But ed helms as a person was so fun. He was so fun to work with. That was nice to throw that in there at the end really bad my character i felt bad for andy but it was really you were saying. How's the having ed around edis delightful and his trailer was next to mine. He played the banjo and go over and hang out. He was so fun. There's a behind the scenes story for you folks. Ed the bench. oh so are obviously. Are the things were happening in our personal lives and we will you got pregnant during the writers strike right. Yeah and you came back and you were really pregnant. How was that. It was a little tricky. Because i was very early. Pregnant right as the strike. Started right as we all went on this kind of odd hiatus midseason but my. You couldn't tell them my body. I didn't really start showing for a bit and then we came back.

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"angela kinsey" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"angela kinsey" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"And everything entertainment update heard at the top of every hour on my talk one of seven one so what is new in your world. if you are sad about the office leaving Netflix do not be they have a podcast coming out. I'm excited about this and the reason why is because the former costars Jennifer sure and Angela Kinsey in if you don't know that Pam and Angela they're coming together and they're basically gonna do like a behind the scenes of each of the epistles I love this because you know no doubt there's already like fan podcast out there for the office and like there are for many other shows like I know there's a golden girls one where people break down every episode of the show but I love the thing I love about this is that the people are actually involved with episode they're telling stories and they you know can give you some behind the scenes really going on here I'm just speculating yeah so I'm here for yeah I want to hear all the like I was like some like I tune into this this might just be me but I can tune in when I watch a shell so much and I watch the office over and over and over I can tell and like they're sick I can hear it in their nose that's really weird it'll be instead of to me to be interesting to hear whether my suspicions are correct yeah or you know you see something you know a little off kilter no icon I wonder if that's blanket yeah when you get podcast episodes like this really that's why I ask since hair looked weird. hairstyles changing and things like that so yeah so that is supposed to come out on October sixteenth on the state your comedy network all right I never heard of it yeah I do a lot of I think they have a lot of original content okay okay well that's what you go look for the Atari Batman day is Saturday September twenty first. man man but you know we had a bad mad and that is something that many happening happening and then they're going to slash the bat signal where in a variety of cities across across the globe at the DC comics will celebrate the eightieth anniversary of Batman by throwing up his iconic that signal around the world including cities like New York LA Paris Tokyo and London they said it's gonna happen at eight o'clock and if you'd like more details visit Batman eighty dot com okay now I gotta find. anywhere near us probably not but. remember Minneapolis going out is the flight thank you I wonder whether in a flash it though like is going to be a building it'll be circles of the former like it was yesterday or over the weekend yeah. well fingers crossed how could they could flash on the moon did you see and that will be legit. all right today kind of says that prince try to beat her up for swing too much in interviews why did I have I just I don't know she performed the song nothing compares to you on great good morning Britain. and first Morgan and Susanna Reid there's a little freaked out when she said they met once but they didn't get really well they get along really well she says we try to beat each other up. it was more like he tried to beat me up and I was defending myself it was a friend and see it then she says that he asked her to come to his home in LA and she was silly for going and you should.

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Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey Team Up for ‘The Office’ Podcast

Kentuckiana's Morning News

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey Team Up for ‘The Office’ Podcast

"The office Jennifer is your lover Angela Kinsey are launching a weekly podcast themselves called office ladies I'm sure it's going to wind up on our I heart radio a podcast each week we're gonna break down an episode of the office share behind the scenes info and answer Lister questions again that's gonna be office lady with Jenna and

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Angela from 'The Office' called out her nephew for his Tinder photo

Valentine in the Morning

00:33 sec | 4 years ago

Angela from 'The Office' called out her nephew for his Tinder photo

"And Angela Kinsey from the office she has, a nephew who is on Tinder and he used her, photo, in his profile and said yes Angela. From the office is my aunt and somehow she saw the photo then she did her own, post on her Instagram and said. Nephews, do, not. Tinder profile photos hey thanks Mitch did the long by using her photo without her permission to give a little

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