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Christina Applegate Shares Her Battle With Breast Cancer

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

01:53 min | 3 months ago

Christina Applegate Shares Her Battle With Breast Cancer

"Is not here to talk about her latest movie or new. Tv show actress christina. Applegate is here to tell her own story because she knows that there are millions of women watching right now and she wants to use this opportunity to speak about what she's learned about her own very recent battle with breast cancer. Every woman who has a breast or has to breasts cannot afford to miss this show. Welcome christina applegate grade. Don't be nervous. They're very friendly are beautiful. How are you doing how are you. I'm good if there are any survivors out there. You know that how many people in here are survivors. Wow i didn't know that then up so awesome all right so you guys know. It can be a little uncomfortable after five weeks. But that's about it really really comfortable. The recovery process is painful. Yeah it's it can be very painful and as you know women no it's also a part of you that's gone so you you go through a grieving process in a morning process. So that's that can be difficult some days. Yes some days yeah okay. Let's start from the beginning. Was someone with you when you found out. Yes my friend. Rachel was with me on for regular mammogram. Now you know i. I've been getting mammograms. Since i was thirty. Because of high-risk i've mother with rest cancer and and so my doctor said that the mammograms weren't enough for me because at the dennis of my breasts so he suggested that i get an mri last year. So i went and got the mirai and they found some some funky things going on. And i had a biopsy and this was about a week after my biopsy i found out they call you on the

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Chadwick Boseman And Viola Davis Grab Golden Globe Noms

Donna and Steve

02:01 min | 6 months ago

Chadwick Boseman And Viola Davis Grab Golden Globe Noms

"78th annual Golden Globe Awards were the nominees were announced yesterday. For the show That's airing on the 28th of this month with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler co hosting for the fourth time. I didn't notice this yesterday, but There were some snubs. Always snubs. There were some snap it up, Dubs Love is dead to me was shut out. Completely. I wasn't surprised by that. I get So I wasn't surprised because I remember. I feel like you guys weren't loving it. I feel like I liked the second season more. Then most people did. But eh, so I'm not. I'm not surprised because I didn't feel like it had the same critical acclaim that season. One did when it felt very unexpected, But I guess I would be surprised just because you think of the total Number of releases this year, which didn't seem like a ton. I don't know. I just feel like this Christina Applegate, especially and Linda Cardellini. They're just So good. There's like so much great. So many great performances out there. I get it if they were nominated in the first season, it's like, OK, we already did you let's move on to the next person Ma Rainey's black bottom, which I just watched last weekend. Did not get a best picture nomination. But Chadwick Boseman and Viola Davis did get acting nods. I think that's accurate. Sure it was You know, I know it was. I believe it was a play, right? Yes, And it felt like you were watching a play. It felt very Like what? That's a weird thing to happen. But if you're watching a play, you kind of have a different suspension of disbelief. Sure, oftentimes than you do in the, you know a movie. So, but Violet Davis outstanding. Chadwick Boseman. They did a dedication to him. Also at the end of that movie, by the way,

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Apple Releases macOS Mojave 10.14.5 Boot Camp Update

Mac OS Ken

01:30 min | 9 months ago

Apple Releases macOS Mojave 10.14.5 Boot Camp Update

"Macrumors says Apple's most recent update for boot camp has let the beans out of the bag. Last week says the piece apple releasing update for boot camp its utility for running windows on a Mac. While this update would typically be unremarkable several macrumors. Readers noted that the release notes reference an unreleased twenty twenty model of the sixteen inch macbook pro. macrumors points out that. This could be a mistake applegate the sixteen inch, macbook pro, a high end graphics option earlier this year. But it's still calls that machine macbook Pro Twenty nineteen. So maybe apple accidentally calling that machine macbook pro twenty twenty or maybe. Apple has accidentally signaled a sixteen inch macbook pro on the way. The next obvious question. Will that machine be among the first powered by apple? Silicon. macrumors seems to think not. While, it does point to growing rumors of an apple silicon event in mid November. The peace has that transition is expected to start at the lower end for notebooks such as the macbook air thirteen, inch macbook pro, or possibly even the return of an ultra portable twelve inch macbook. If the rumors are true. We don't have long to wait the off groomer date the seventeenth of November. Is Three weeks from today?

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2020 People's Choice Awards nominees list

Daily Pop

02:55 min | 10 months ago

2020 People's Choice Awards nominees list

"Welcome back to Daly Pop. Let's give huge of applause to Jennifer. Lopez. She is receiving the People's icon award at the twenty twenty e people's choice awards I mean does anybody deserve more than J. Lo Soprano. Did it ten years ago The nominations dropped a short time ago. So let's check out some of the top competitions. Take a look at the female artist of twenty, twenty their. Good names on this list really eyelash took the title last year. Do you think she's going to win it again or is it someone else in you Lebron? Liba, just because I like every song and that's rare. And I think album came at the right time. We were all depressed even banana bread and wondering if that murder Hornets are gonNA come through. Yeah. Super me. She will win this. Me She gets. With Taylor swift she dropped. Carpet again, this summer and it was huge and I think there's a really good. These are going to come through. Opinion you still with. All right. Next up, we have the female TV star twenty twenty. Nominees. Who Do you think's GonNa. Win this one. Well, with Christina applegate I thought that debt to me was so good I love that show we missed her on television and you know she's making a big comeback this year I think this is a good year for her. Was Sandra. Oh, just. Good for you I think you forget that people need stability right now and yes that to me was bombed but he came in it went mariscal. There are so many law and order Svu reruns and marathons right now. To see her again and relive all like the crazy haircut I gotta say she's such a talented actress every time I watched that show on my damn bomb her. Let's talk about the social celebrity of twenty. This is based on their social media accounts alone a lot of good nominees I actually went with Bieber here. He over quarantine remember going live with Haley and they were doing like inside looks at their house and he's been a lot more active on social lately and he's been I. Don't know he's just been more open just this be beepers year I'm GonNa go with the jeans because he's of pivoted his social media account for social justice and I think a lot of times athletes do that because they try to protect the bag. So for me, my star is the person who used his social media for good and that's ads. That's a good way. To classic I went with Kylie because I mean she's really an effortless thing for her and she basically shuts it down every single day by not doing a whole lot the you know the photos are very easygoing but She just kills it that girl. So I went with her

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Should You Start Accepting Apple Pay?

The $100 MBA Show

06:10 min | 1 year ago

Should You Start Accepting Apple Pay?

"One of the reasons why I'm doing this lesson today on apple pay is it's something that I actually looked into a few months ago. I did a massive amount of research on. This is worth actually incorporating in our website in our payment process. Depending on your website could be something as simple as just flipping a switch or a custom solutions is can take some time and money in our case it's the latter. So I wanted to make sure before we invested the time in adding apple pay that is actually the right time to do it something that we should do now and will benefit us in the future. So I did all the research for you. Let me tell you what I think first of all, let's talk a little bit about apple pay is applebee's basically apple's mobile Wallet most of US know about apple pay because it's either incorporated in a iphone that you have or somebody you know that has an iphone were they pay Vajpai wave where they just you know bring their phone to credit card machine and a charges their account. This is just one aspect of apple pay, which is the NFC aspect the near field communication aspect where basically it's like the tap and go technology but apple pay is a lot more than you can actually pay via apple pay if you're an apple device for online transactions because has already secured safely your credit card information and really with a double click on your phone or A click of a gun on a laptop with a touch ID, you can pay for things the fast way you could pay for anything and many big websites have caught on said, wow, this is actually a very, very fast way for people with apple devices to pay for goods I'm talking about online websites not even in physical stores. If you're in a physical store is a no brainer. You need to have NFC technology where you have tap and go where you're utilizing the whether it's apple pay or competitor like Samsung's. Even some credit cards now that have that built in but when it comes to your online store, apple pay again is a fast way for people to just use the stored information that's on their device on their computer on their phone or on their ipad to pay for things with a single click. Now, what's intriguing about this technology is basically allowing your customers to have as fast as a checkup process as they do with something like Amazon where They save all your credit card information you add to car or you just pay immediately and it's done. Amazon's really locked that down and it's the one of the reasons why they have such rapid growth and Jeff visas as one of the richest men that ever lived in the history of humankind and that technology that fast checkout is one of the reasons why Amazon so successful. So imagine you can borrow the experience in put it into your own. Website and that's really why I wanted to look into this because it really allows people to have a seamless checkout experience. The step where you at your payment details online for any transaction is the step where you're going to experience the most friction. This is where there's the most likelihood for people to abandon car. You can remove that friction altogether with something like apple pay you are one step ahead you're really gaining a competitive advantage from your competitor. And allowing your customers have a better experience. Now, of course, this is only relevant for those who have vices, and of course, apple pay should be an additional form of payment. So they can pay by credit card that you pay by apple pay. You might even want offer pay pal. The point here is is that it should be in addition to traditional credit card payment and you might be thing wall You know how many people actually using this Will there's two stats that really compelled me to say this is an important thing to implement in your website number one, five percent of all transactions online are paid with apple pay already in two, thousand and nineteen it's five percent you can increase your sales. Simply by offering this okay. Second in just five years from now in twenty twenty-five, the projection is ten percent they're going to go from five to ten percent in that short amount of time one and ten payments online are going to be with apple pay. You might be thinking what else ago well, another thing that makes people believe the apple's going to take over the carless payment is the sheer growth of the company itself apples at a tremendous pace. It's already the most valuable company in the world just hit a two trillion. Dollar valuation the Most Valuable Company in American history apple has already started to sell products at all different price points and they're not just an expensive product. Now, where you know you buy an iphone for twelve hundred dollars, they have iphones for five hundred dollars. Now they have the I watched, they have ipads for four hundred dollars. The point is that they want to get you in the ecosystem as early as possible as many people as possible because in all of that they on the same kind of software that will incorporate. Apple Pace, you'll be able to pay for things on those devices. Even if it's a four hundred dollar device, it's not an expensive piece of hardware. So applebee's only going to grow and experts have already said that you know paypal still the leader in online transactions and online payments, but they're starting to lose footing an apple CERNA gain on them and it all has to do with the fact that it's so seemless in order for you to pay for anything on pay pal if you're on a website, you choose the. PAYPAL option, and then the next sends you to pay pal and then you've got to sign into your pay pal and then you've got gotta authorize and you have to confirm. So it's a few steps and then you go back to the car and then you check out with apple pay. The experience is literally just choosing applegate and checking out you know you're going to confirm on your device either through face id or with touch ID, and it's a done deal over.

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Former Washington employee says lewd video of cheerleaders made for owner Daniel Snyder

NBC Nightly News

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Former Washington employee says lewd video of cheerleaders made for owner Daniel Snyder

"Tonight the NFL is investigating a claim that a lewd video was made of cheerleaders for the Washington football team for the team's owner Jeff Bennett reports. Tonight another bombshell allegation claiming a culture of sexual harassment within the Washington Football Team The Washington Post I reporting today that Larry Michael a former team executive and play by play broadcaster instructed employees to create a behind the scenes video for owner Daniel Snyder featuring outtakes. Partially new team cheerleaders from a two thousand eight swimsuit calendar shoot. Michael denied the allegation to the Post Attorney Lisa banks represent some of the women. Frankly it's high time that this was. Exposed and that the NFL takes action the post also reports the story of former cheerleader tiffany Bacon score scorebig score be said that during a two thousand, four charity event Snyder told her that he and a team doctor had a hotel suite and suggested she and the doctor go to the room and get to know each other better snyder in a statement to ESPN. Tonight denies that allegation says, the reporting reads like a hit job and ads while I was unaware of these allegations until they surfaced in the media, I take full responsibility for the culture of our organization even before today's. Article I have begun taking any and all steps necessary to ensure that the Washington. Football Team is an organization that is diverse inclusive and respectful of all in July. The Post published a story that detailed sexual harassment allegations from more than a dozen former female employees. Emily applegate worked as a team marketing coordinator for a year in two, thousand, fourteen, I mean on a daily basis I was verbally harassed I was sexually harassed. She's among those tonight calling on Snyder to clean up the team's Culture Jeff. Bennett NBC News Washington

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Is This The NFL's #MeToo Moment?

The Lead

05:36 min | 1 year ago

Is This The NFL's #MeToo Moment?

"Can you give us a sense of the build up to the publication of this report? So there's been a lot of drama swirling around the Washington football team, but suddenly started to get all of these dots that you could start connecting. There's a lot going on within the front office. That really doesn't add up firings in retirement in July in the NFL. Rarely happening tonight. We're! And we're too high level personnel executives who were abruptly fired and Alex Santos in Richard. Man were fire. No reason was given as to why they were fired. Then today, longtime radio announcer for the Washington football club Larry Michael announcing his retirement, he spent sixteen years with the team, the man who had been there the radio voice, he abruptly retired without any sort of official comment from the team, and he started to hear this buzz rumors flying about a potential bombshell report on Washington's football team and owner Dan Snyder. This is absolutely taken over social media with speculation running rampant then by Thursday afternoon. The Washington Post dropped the story. There fifteen women who went on the record, alleging widespread sexual harassment within the Washington football organization that spanned just about Daniel Snyder entire time that he is owned the team, so these were women who works across the organization in marketing and ticketing and finance in there were also two female reporters, one who formerly covered the team for the Washington Times and Rianne and Walker our colleague from the athletic, who also went on the record to accuse one of the men who had? had been fired of sexual harassment as well. It was the sprawling account as you mentioned fifteen women accusing sexual harassment in Washington. Can you summarize some of those accusations? Yes, so it was a lot of the very classic cases of sexual harassment things from making lewd comments about women's bodies about their breasts about their rear ends about the the clothes they were wearing to very overt sexual comments, propositioning requests to go on dates, just a lot of overall inappropriate workplace behavior. Behavior from superiors directed at female employees, and it did not seem to be a secret. Some of these women who went on the record with the Washington, post talked about how the other people who worked in the organization knew about it. They talked about it amongst themselves. There were places in the building where women were advised not to go. Specifically, there was a stairwell that had basically transparent stairs and women were told. Do not go there because there were men who. Who would stand underneath that and look up? Their female colleagues skirts all of these things that are blatantly inappropriate and wrong and workplace environment, but had been persisting for more than a decade, all fifteen of these women went on the record, but one of the few who allowed her name to be published is a woman named Emily applegate. What was her experience like working inside the Washington Organization? It was miserable it really most people know times a comment on my appearin. Screaming at you for something that you, it's not your fault. And then somebody makes a comment to you about what you're wearing and it just snowballs from there. she cried at work regularly, she felt belittled, imagined us being called stupid on a daily basis, and then also almost in the same breath being hit on for your appearance. It's a miserable work experience. Experience to the point where she no longer wanted to work there anymore and no longer even wanted to work in sports, and we should note that Emily applegate's former boss Mitch Gershman who was the team CEO at the time both denied and said he didn't recall conversations referenced by Applegate, telling The Washington Post quote I can't comment on something I can't remember. But Lindsay what actions has the team taken in response to these accusations from emily applegate, and the many other women, well many of the men who were accused in this story, all ready been fired, and we're kind of fired in the process of the Washington Post. Reporting this story, the team can say that has taken measures to address this because some of these accusations date back to the early to mid two thousands, so some of these people no longer actually work with the team and then some of the people. People that had new allegations have immediately been fired or left the team. They've started their own investigation. They hired an attorney Beth Wilkinson. The name might sound familiar over the last several years. Wilkinson took part in notable cases involving Hillary. Clinton Brett Cavenaugh and Michael Flynn and she told us we can confirm that our firm was retained by the team to do an independent review of the team's culture policies and allegations of workplace, misconduct and Daniel. Snyder and his wife sent an internal email to everybody who works organization to. To apologize for the culture, the statement saying in part, the behavior described in yesterday's Washington Post. Article has no place in our franchise or society. The story has strengthened my commitment to setting a new culture and standard for our team, but without specific apologies to any of the employees into these women, and there have also not been any public apologies to the two female reporters who were not team employees. The team has not publicly addressed them as well

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Lamar Reveiws - Dead To Me

Bob and Sheri

05:03 min | 1 year ago

Lamar Reveiws - Dead To Me

"Time now are for the drinking People's movie a lot critic more and alcohol I demand. sales up He is fifty three percent dead to me too on much? Netflix. Make you do strange How you doing things? Like listen to excellent? this but Tennessee This is woman another was arrested winner from for Netflix. repeatedly calling That I nine probably one one would not asking have seen police the bring if a helicopter my wife hadn't because kept talking Blake about Shelton people was trying telling to kill her her about it I. and I do like Christina He seems applegate like a nice and I've been man watching her since married with children we were just talking and she's about turned him out to on be the voice a fantastic and I mean Gwen actor Stefani and she when I just picture keeps hers getting better living somewhere. and also like I picture Linda. her living somewhere Chiarinelli like London that Senate. or She's New York so or La. She's loose living on. and crazy. 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Jennifer Hudson, Taylor Swift come out to play in 'Cats' movie trailer

Donna and Steve

04:08 min | 2 years ago

Jennifer Hudson, Taylor Swift come out to play in 'Cats' movie trailer

"List is available at the my top my talk app because were everything entertainment and we wanna give you some of those nominations right now I'll give you a couple highlights I you can get the full list just got pushed out on our my talk app if you don't already have it down on what you waiting for but if you do open up check it out see if yourself some that stood out to me lead actor in a comedy that run you'll be happy to know the Ted Danson nominate our place which we quite like a lead actress in a comedy now this is kind of loosely using comedy certainly a dark comedy but Christina Applegate for dead to me wonderful yeah yes very good that's our best work yet in my opinion gets it Jason Bateman gets a a lead actor in a drama series nomination for Zardari let's see here lead actress in a drama series I'm just picking one that stands out that we have known let's go with viola Davis a real power player there with how to get away with murder she just I've only watched half of a season of that she's quite intense on that show evidently critics quite enjoy her can we do a comedy series yeah we'll just we'll give you a few of them I year like flea bag that's nominated Ryan likes berry that needed in the marvelous Mrs Maisel of course it's gonna win wins every Steve likes the good plays that nominated as well among others high drama series game of thrones of course Ryan you like killing eve is great Steve you like this is us leads nominated I dabble in better call Saul and then there are some others in there as well and again you can check out the full list the competition program has an interesting one a lot of mainstays the amazing race America's got talent American ninja warrior a RuPaul's drag race top chef the voice how about this though the dark horse nailed it the cooking fail to should show all the slicks no got an odd yeah very fun that's incredible our show a Chernobyl Donna got a not for outstanding limited series so good on my gosh is that good and remember stranger things not up for grabs here because of its release date SO two handmaid's tale and I believe the same would be set for big little lies Laos outstanding supporting actress in a drama series game of thrones got four well for this four of the six well willing Chris stealing hiti Sophie Turner Maisie Williams wow if you own a shop in killing even Julie Julia garner from Ozark hole my goodness yeah sounds good it there's so many good shows out there this is going to be a really competitive shell could be anybody's anybody's when right the true yeah hi Steve you can leave us now I got to go got what would you do that's more important in your job my other job video of the blame I've been sent on a mission double a double story blame the the that soccer Cup the gold Cup the World Cup the women's soccer no no no he was playing US land soccer are you talking about the sports center yeah but there is a they have a big thing but guys listen I'm gonna go do soccer tricks with kids up to compete in the skills competition and then I'm gonna jump in a giant bowl of cereal we're just gonna have to stay tuned into in cities live at three five net will be on today yeah now it'll it'll be out later this week you know what have a good time nice to see that yes I want you to have fun with the children thanks that's not to say that I'm not irritated because I am really don't see a he was gonna leave when we come back and he Canadians in cars getting coffee we would buy kicked off a new season with Jerry Seinfeld one of our favorites Ricky Jr vase is gonna be a guest will will sample that tell a promo for the show when we come right back on my talk one is seven one everything entertainment hang out

Linda Cardellini on new Netflix show, 'Dead to Me'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

04:41 min | 2 years ago

Linda Cardellini on new Netflix show, 'Dead to Me'

"Hi, everybody. I'm Peter Travers this popcorn where we tell you what's happening in the culture. And my guess today's Linda Cartolini, who is having a year of years, first of all green book wins the Oscar as best picture, you know, that's pretty great. And then basically, you do a horror film, cursive, love Ronin becomes number one over the Easter weekend. And now you have a series on Netflix called dead to me, which is secret is that other little indie movie made this year called ventures endgame? Tiny movie. You know, that's why we're here we, we wanna push that kind of thing, you gotta help that one out. But dead to me. Is this like wonderfully interesting show where I've read talk to some people say, but I don't know what it is. Is it a comedy? Is it a drama? And I keep saying what's life, right? Yeah, yes. All of those things. But so that I don't get in major trouble. Okay. You set up, what did to me is, we jokingly call it a trauma D, because Trump so that they go through. And it's about these two people myself and Christina Applegate, who meet at a grief group and become unlikely friends. I'm very free spirited sort of optimistic person and she's very guarded angry widow, and, and we've both done through tremendous loss. But we both have secrets that were keeping and, and in major complications in our characters that make it interesting. And, and so it sort of unraveled from there. But the thing that I loved about. It as you can't define the tone of the show or the Jon Rao of the show. It doesn't really fit in a box, so shimmy ends where I go, what I know that I love that. There is a suspense element to it that it wasn't just these two characters to, to females that you could kind of inner change your line. They're very separate very defined characters that sort of lock in on this intimate relationship. But then it's a character story. But it's also that a lot of plot. So that, you know, twists and turns, and I can barely talk about it because everything is a spoiler. Have you ever said the phrase, the title of this any other human in your life? You're dead to me. No, no. I have. Yes. I know it's, it's a good one, though is it's, it's tough somebody's dead to somebody. That's while you're still living. Of you. Women in this show have many reasons six. Yes. Absolutely. To absolutely no careful. I was Hank, you I very much appreciate, well, you basically, and Christina Applegate r. The controlling forces of this show. You know, you could just say, hey. I didn't like episode four improve at USA. Know how diva esque. Or she actually where near not just in general, which is nice is something we actually get along about. I think for big team players. So that was really fun and important to me going into the project because you, you work if you were going to series, you work with people for a long time. So I wanted to be sure that I really enjoyed the people I worked with, and she's amazing, Liz Feldman. Who's the creator in the show. Runner is incredible. Her mind is incredible. Her is incredible her heart is in is, is genuine, she's a wonderful person. And so a she, it's her vision and her bay. We have brilliant writers and staff and everything, but really choose at the head of it all. And it's very easy to trust her. So we just sort of give you know, ju- given before they had never met really look that in one way. It's very right for the series. Yeah. Yeah. 'cause you don't. Yeah, but there's such an easy -ness of between the two of you there. Is and I was so grateful, because it just happens or at dozens and the first time we met, we both were signed on to do it. And we had lunch with Liz, and Jessica, Alba motor, our producers who we both know we both worked with the different movies, and they both said, you know, you guys are gonna love each other, and we met, you know, people say that often, and then you meet somebody, like, okay, you know, it takes awhile to get to know somebody, but we really instantly felt like we knew each other and, and it's been very, very easy to be with her and to, to do this with her and, and she really has my back and I have her, so it's, it's a wonderfully worked beautifully. I couldn't be more

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"applegate" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

12:04 min | 2 years ago

"applegate" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Conservatives. But back in the day, he wants got support from groups like labor unions market down as one of the worst things I've done my life. See you thought about over the years. You'll think about it every time I see his face Mitch McConnell new series from embedded subscribe, now, let's get back to my interview with Christina Applegate. She stars in the new Netflix series dead to me, as a woman, grieving, the sudden death of her husband. So in addition to doing movies, and TV you did a Broadway revival of sweet charity. The music in that show us so good. Isn't it? The best of my God. Yeah. And you had to basically audition for. For the composer Cy Coleman. What was that, like? Recipes Cy Coleman. But now I can talk about how it was. It was really difficult. The audition process was really it was something else. I really I you know, I'm a huge Vaasie fanatic. I've sweet charity was when my favorite movies, all the jazz is in my top five of all time. I mean, this is like was Mike. My dream come true that I went to New York to audition. And I was there for a minute felt like ten hours and probably was ten hours of. Singing, audition. And then, you know, the all the scenes I had to do, and then the dancing when I was there for it just for hours, but apparently the end of the day after the addition was over and berry Wieser came into the dressing, Barron. Fran came in and said, can you give us a year and I sat there and I said, can you give me a minute? I was like drenched in sweat. And I kind of wanted to go just to have the experience of having a New York audition. I didn't even know if I had wanted to really make the commitment to do this at that time. I just wanted the experience of that. So I needed a minute and then. I get the call that Cy was not convinced of my singing, which I don't blame him. I mean, it's not my strong suit, and he wanted to have another work session in Los Angeles with me, and it was really, really challenging the way they operate in, not everyone in New York. But the way they talk to you. It's not fluffy. Like they do out in Hollywood. He was tough on me really tough on me. And I thought I was going to, like burst into tears many times during that work session. It was really, really hard and I got back in the car, and I call them and I said, look, I really wanna do it because if they're going to be like this, like, I, you know, and they said, well, psych Coleman, just called and he completely like thinks you're magical, and you, you're, you got the job. It was like say what, how did that happen? I thought he hated me. It was so scary, but it was amazing to be around him. This man who's written? All this incredible music. You said he was tough on you. What did he do that seem? So tough start moving your arm. Stop doing it that way. Why are you seeing it like that? Start. Again. Start like really what you what you think would happen in those in a work session like lily lake like the on Jeju getting completely like verbally abused. But I think that's just who he was. You know, he was just very strong man with a he knew what he wanted. No one's like fuzzy in the Broadway world. You know, it's, it's a tough job. And they gotta make sure you're doing it. Right. So we, you know, when we got there was, it was wonderful. I mean incredible. The rehearsal process was so much fun and so filled with so much joy for me. But they're you know, they can be tough on you. Well, let's hear you saying from the cast recording. And this is if my friends could see me now, which is such a great lyric by Dorothy fields. So here's my guess Christina Applegate, if they could. Theme.

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"applegate" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

06:07 min | 2 years ago

"applegate" Discussed on Fresh Air

"What's in your wallet? Capital, One in a, that's get back to my interview with Christina Applegate. She stars on the new Netflix series dead to me, as a woman, grieving, the sudden death of her husband, did you feel that the show was sexist in its portrayal of your character, and Katie the character of the mother. I think it was commentary on, on people that are sexist. It wasn't there to operate as, as this is what this is. It's it's going like you know, it's like do like do look at Archie bunker, and take it for face value. Or do you think that, that Norman Lear was brilliant and going, this is a slice of American life? And this is actually happening not to compare us to all in the family, which I would never, but I think that. The guys that created it, this was them going okay, these people exist. But at the same time this family would do anything for each other at the end of the day. So the series was considered very raunchy in its time. So tame compared to what? Oh, I know I know I know, but there was pressure from the right that this was like an anti-family show that was to sexual is there was a letter writing campaign. How much attention did you pay to the none? It actually made us more popular made. It seem more controversial and more edgy. Yeah, we actually used to send a fruit basket to Terry recall to every year. Who who started a letter writing him? God bless her. Thank you. We had a great run because of that. Do you remember any of the specific scenes that the letter writing campaign objected to? A no but like we couldn't even Erin episode that the women had their period. Like really, everybody. Women get their periods and it's funny when women are together and they're cranky. And they're this, and we, we couldn't a or she, I think she was upset about that episode item. Remember, I mean we're talking. Thirty some years ago. So it's I don't really remember any specifics because it wasn't really a thing, it wasn't something that we were all like shaking in our boots about, and that I'm not trying to be snotty about it or, or anything. I'm just saying like at that time, we had to continue doing what we were doing an if we had altered the way in which we were doing things than than other people win. And I always said, like, you know, if you if you have a problem with it turn the channel so you were born into show business in a way your mother was an actress and singer, she sang backup on Leonard Cohen's first album. I thought that was she did. Yeah. So tell us a little bit about her career. Herger started in New York. She was in a group called the bitter end singers for many years, back in the sixties early sixties. And then she, she made this really beautiful album called you've come this way before in the late sixties. This was around the time she met my dad, and then they she was Millais than at that time, and, you know, continue to act here and there, but then she had a baby, and she was on her own those that baby with me that babies me, there's only me, I mean, I do have a brother and sister for through my father and his his previous wife, but, you know, she was alone. And so that's kind of how I started doing it is that she couldn't afford childcare, so I would end up going on dishes with her or going to she was part of a, a playwright group, and I would end up, she just they would put me in the plays because she couldn't find anyone to watch me, and that's kind of where it all sort of happened. You're unscreened when you were three months old and five months old. What were the roles and will you playing your mother to call them? Do the call them. Roll my mother's child. That's the thing is it. And I was walk on. Yes, no, I was played. It was with my mom. So it was we did a Playtex nursery commercials. She did a place techs nurse commercial, but they she had a baby. So it was perfect. And then she was on of our lives like one or two episodes, or something, in that character had a baby and luckily, she had a baby. And those were those were my first onscreen appearances have you gone back on watch them. I've seen the I've seen. I haven't seen the days of our lives. I don't even know what will wear to find that somehow some talk show was on, like one hundred years ago. They had they were able to get the clip of the commercial, and it's really it's really funny 'cause she's like, you know, everyone kind of talked with, like a mid Atlantic accent back, then, you know, when they're actors like everyone had like a little bit of a weird accent and. She was like she spits up less than has less gas. That's what my mom. Where you adorable. Oh, yes. Well, of course. So since your mother was in show business, and you got started when you were still an infant, because you played her infants or she could do her job with hiring a babysitter did that give her the impression you should keep doing this is that how you got involved in it as sort of organically just happened. And then the I mean, I don't really remember my childhood that very well to be honest with you. I. Just know that it was always just a part of my life. I was always doing it in some capacity. I was are there like in an acting class. I remember being in an acting class in loving it when I was really young probably around my daughter's age and commercials. And then episode it just sort of happened, there wasn't like a goal or anyone pushing anyone to do anything it was just sort of what I did. Also we needed another income. So you know it helps with you know our livelihood. So it just it that just, just was the way it was. Well, let's secretary break here. And then we'll talk some more if you're just joining us, my guess, is Christina, Applegate, and she's no stirring in the Netflix series. Dead to me..

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"applegate" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

12:15 min | 2 years ago

"applegate" Discussed on Fresh Air

"In the sitcom married with children, she started with will Ferrell in the comedy film anchorman, from all of us here at channel four news. I'm Veronica Corning stone and TV critic David in Cooley, reviews, the new season of black mirror, that's coming up on fresh air. My guest, Christina Applegate, was a teenager when she became famous for her role as Kelly Bundy, the daughter in the hit sitcom married with children. She went on to star and other TV shows and to start with will Ferrell in the movie comedy anchorman, the legend of Ron burgundy now Applegate stars in the new Netflix series dead to me, which the people behind the series describe, as a trauma to accommodate drama that deals with trauma, and with guilt Applegate plays gen a grieving widow raising two children. Her husband was recently killed in a car accident. She's expressing her grief through anger, like in the opening scene when a well intention neighbor knocks on jen's door offering dish. She's prepared for Jen and her children. So you just heated up at three hundred and leave it in for thirty five minutes. Thanks, karen. You really don't have. It's my take on Mexican lasagna, gray. It's nothing we just don't you think you're. Own Jeff and I are here for you if you ever want to talk. Thanks. Just can't imagine what you're going through. Well, it's like, if Jeff got hit by a car and died suddenly and violently like that. Jen starts going to grief support group where she is befriended by Judy played by Linda Cartolini who explained she's there, because her fiance died of a heart attack. But nothing is as it seems in this series, which is filled with surprising plot. Twists and character. Revelations all of season, one is streaming on Netflix. This week the series was renewed for a second season Christina Applegate, welcome to fresh air. Thank you very much. It's really hard to talk about the storyline of the series because there are so many reveal so many kind of surprising, twists and turns that I feel like almost anything I can say is a spoiler. How do you deal with that? Oh, well, I was really hard and we are promoting the show before it had aired or dropped or whatever they say it Netflix trying to talk about what the premise of the show was because we really couldn't say anything, there were like eighteen different spoilers that we weren't allowed to talk about. So that was really difficult now that most people have seen it. If you haven't seen it, I won't spoil it for you. It's yeah, it was it's, it's been hard to, to not let anyone know because it is, like the every episode has its cliffhanger. And it's reveals and it secrets what we can say, for sure. Is that the two main characters yours and Linda Cartolini's characters are both dealing with grief. And what did you think of the idea of dealing with grief comedic -ly? Well, as Liz, always says, she's the yes, she's a creator dead to me. There is always in that darkest parts of your life. You trying to find the humor in life because you need some repose. And I think that the way it's written is not jokes. It's people just trying to like, have a minute of away from all the pain that they're feeling. And, you know, and also people, you know, I always think that people crying is pretty funny. Anyway. But I, I love the idea of, of this grief being so completely messy, an unexpected an unapologetic, especially for my character Jen who's operating in the world. Not from any kind of like thought she's really just trying to survive. She's trying to keep her head above water. And there's a lot of shame in that their shame in, like not stopping your grief. When everyone wants you to stop your grief. I mean, I've been there I've, I've, I've had times in my life that were so incredibly painful, and I in other people's eyes wasn't dealing with it the way, I should have dealt with it, and, and that's really hard because you don't know how how else to deal with it. But then, but the way that you are feeling we're you grieving for a person when you went through the or the loss of something else. I've, I've lost people and, you know, health issues and. Things like that all kind of around the same time a few years ago. So that was that was really, really dark dark time. So I really related to that when I got the script, and it's not something I had to really pull from it just lives there. It lives in, in the fibers of your being in, in your spirit in your soul. It stays there. You mentioned grieving for health reasons, for body reasons. I'm thinking you're probably referring, at least in part to your double mastectomy. Well, yes that was a really tricky time. Yeah, this was in two thousand eight yes. So like can I ask you, if you questions about that as on? All right, you've been public about it. A lot of women go through this, and I think it's helpful to hear people talk about it. There's nothing nothing shameful about it. There's nothing shameful about it. But that there, there is that feeling that's there. And I think that's, that's one of the reasons I wanted it to be in the show. Yeah, I haven't mentioned that yet it's it's in the show. And, and we, we find out about it a little deeper in, but it's one of the things that has kind of interfered with intimate relations between your character and her her late husband. So was it your DEA to put that in the show? Yeah. And I think they'd beautifully put it in there that it wasn't something that we harped on. It was something that, Jen, like very flippantly kind of mentioned that, you know, like want wants to sort of dismiss it at first, but then come episode nine when she talks about the pain of it, I think it was important for women who have gone through this to, to be heard because so often, we're told like, you know, people would constantly say to me, well, you know what? I mean, the good point is, is that you save your life and this button, God man, when you're going through it, those kinds of reactions are. Are really disturbing because no one really understands how you actually feel and I think I did a disservice to myself at the time in a way by kind of being a champion for it, and not being really honest with my own self about how I felt and I think that's why I wanted I wanted to sort of live that out and let women who have gone through it know that it's that we all feel in jen's words, disgusting sometimes, yes, a what were some of the things you felt you weren't being totally honest about 'cause you were trying to be like a, a role model. I was trying to be a role model but it was also lifting trying to lift myself up, you know, and and, and denying myself sort of those feelings, because feelings were are there. It's been many years for me. So I'm I'm much more used to, you know, my, my life my body now. You know, but it's, it's. You know, it's an it's an amputation, and, and you physically and emotionally go through so much when you lose a part of you, especially a part of you, that is defines you as a female, and then all of those other things, and it gives you know, it feeds baby. He's. There's a lot of a lot of reasons that, that some very personal surgery. Were you already a mother, when you had the double mastectomy now I was not? So you became a mother afterwards, I did. Which means you did not breastfeed, and guess what? She's completely healthy, right? Smart and brilliant and rightly attached to her. Mommy, so you must have really kind of missed the idea of having breasts when you came a mother. Yeah, that was difficult. I really I, I that was sad because I really, I would hold her and be feeding her and really had wanted to have that experience something that I will never be able to have an it was, you know, it was I went through a lot with that. But I you know, had I not had the surgery, I wouldn't have had a child, because I would not be alive, so it, it all kind of was okay. Yeah. So you had breast cancer in one breast. But then you got the genetic test your mother had had breast cancer, too. She's she survived, and you got the, the test, the genetic tests, and found that you were positive for the brecca one, gene. Which is the gene, that is believed to be connected to breast cancer. And that's what made you decide to. Yeah. And ovarian. Oh, I didn't know about the ovarian. Really? Yeah. My mom had both breast cancer and ovarian cancer, and she's Bracha my cousin passed away right after my surgery of from ovarian cancer. She was Bracha so, yeah, there's, there's definitely, you know, apparently at tie between those two things are the chances of getting ovarian cancer. When you're Brock are fifty percent and your chances of recurrence of breast cancer is somewhere between seventy five and eighty percent was this a hard decision to make or were you confident that you had to do it. I was very against the idea of it for a long time. My doctors were trying to convince me and I was very against the idea. And then it hit me. One day, just do I want to be having this hanging over my head for the rest of my life. And no, I didn't want to be living in that kind of fear for ever, you know. I mean, we still get checked up. I'm checked up all the time, but it was just it just was the right thing for me to do. Did you say goodbye to your breasts before before I love hearing people talk about the rituals? They go through right before that, because it's, it's, it's interesting that women come up with ways of like saying goodbye to that part of their body. I took pictures. I don't know where they are. That's helpful. That was a long time ago. I have no idea where they are. But there. Yeah. They were good. So I was pretty bummed. They were good set. So just one other thing, I want to say about the mistake to me is that you went public with it, but I would suspect in the back of your mind, you're wondering, not only how will will affect your life and relationships, but will it affect your work. Will it affected a roles and I love that you cloud and sitting I don't show my boobs anywhere like a concern for me at all. And I didn't want to go public. I had actually I had actually kept it a secret for many, many, many, many months. And then I had two surgeries before my mystic me to lumpectomy is months before, and it wasn't until I was in the hospital for more than a few days, that someone saw me and called the, the tabloids are whatever is like if thing to they still exist, you, they do unfortunately and had called. So they had outed me, basically that I was in the hospital and we had to make a statement. But I wasn't like my plan really wasn't to talk about it because it didn't really matter. It was my personal story. But then at the same time, you know, an MRI saved my life and because of that, I started my foundation right action for women, which we provide funding for women of high risk for their annual Emory's and also a website that can educate you to know what it means to be high risk..

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"applegate" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"applegate" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"She's performed on Broadway on television, of course on Phil bas. Well, and it all started out before she could even speak really as a little baby it started. And she's been working ever since on this episode we talk about why she decided to take a step back from the spotlight. What she's learned about herself along the way and her favorite role yet. Christina applegate. Welcome to no limits. Thank you. Thank you. I'm a real fan of you and your work, and your story. You started acting so young. I was you're a maybe I was yes, you can't really call it acting as a baby. Yes, I was on camera from the time of, you know, three months old until the last couple of years where I've taken time off. I watched you a lot when I was a kid Kelly Bundy, I secretly watched you actually, my parents wouldn't let me watch. My dad was holding, and as a kid, which now seems so it wait. No, it's like silver, spoons, basically, compared to everything else on television. Exactly. Do you remember what is your earliest memory of acting? Gosh. I think my earliest memories were when I would my mom would put me in the plays that she was in because she couldn't afford a babysitter. So I would end up being in these plays who's part of this theater group. And so that's those are the first some of the first memories I have as being on stage in these little plays. Did you instantly like it? I you know what I think they like they lured me onto stage like Eminem. So, yeah, I sat there, I think in eight Eminem's, and then said something here and there, but yeah, I did I, then I was in another play an independent of her later on noise about ten years old. And I really loved that your mom is an actor and was a really pivotal part of your life growing up. Did you ever think about any alternative path, you know?.

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"applegate" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"applegate" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Here. You are at the Grammys in eighty nine hundred Grammy's after party. Would not there goes Linda in the Komodo inspired pink gown in two thousand. Spine. Student. You are at the Golden Globe awards in ninety two. Rock this again. Okay. No, no, no. All right. Linda, what about the slackers premier in two thousand two girls? Yeah, girl. Yes. I probably couldn't wear that. Okay. But you might keep it Christina. Are you against no? Like super. Neil Chapman, Neil Chapman. Like or something Chapman lake. Vintage is actually a piece of art that you I still have good BNA's in that like a leather. Have that because? Okay. Here's what Linda of Scooby doo premier thousand two. Xi's? Why not what is up with clearly love us travelling. Christina. In the early nineties in a blue suit. Everyone of Linda's like. Got good. She's bitching. This one. Okay. Last year's Linda the matrix revolutions for me now. Okay. All right. That's funny. Okay. Let's go to the phones. Jackie from Idaho. Jackie. What's question? He I'm so excited for dead to me. My daughter's name is actually Judy which I think is Linda character and my questions for Christina. Is it true that you turned down playing a woods in legally blonde? And if so do you regret it? Okay. So I didn't really like the stories out there. But I wasn't like actually offered it the script came to me. But at that time, I just got married with children. And I felt like it was too close to what I had just been doing. And I was very interested in not like removing myself from that. No. I don't regret it because Reese Witherspoon did a much better job than I ever could. And she has now way more money than I do and way more success. And so why would I why would I even regret that whatever? Could've worked with you could. By the way, you so successful kudos to you. Because if that was in your mind, you did so successfully move on recreate yourself some people don't do aren't able to do that. So. Linda, Ryan be wants to know. Where's the fireplace? You one on the prices, right? Okay. I kept that until about two years ago. And then the storage facility were kept it caught on fire and smoke damage on Ron, and I had to get rid of it. That's who he is. Kayla cheat texted Christina. What exactly did Chris Holmes words? Prosthetic? Dick, look like in vacation who said it was pressed. Let's go to Sally from Tennessee, Holly. Hey, Andy, I just wanna say we all love you here in Chattanooga. Yeah. Some questions for Linda, what was your reaction to all the behind the scenes drama over how truthful the story of green book was? Oh, it was. You know, it was I learned a lot of it as I was going through it. And I think that it was I think it was part of it was there were things that hadn't come out yet. That were true that were supportive of their real friendship. And they said that the friendship wasn't real. And there was a lot of things that went back and forth, and there's many many sides to this to the story. But I feel like I was glad that people were heard on on all sides of the thing. And also, I think that even if you are trying to make a documentary about somebody you're never gonna cover every part of their life. So I think that the the movie did was cover sort of slice of of of his life. And for people who didn't know who Dr Shirley was. I think it was it was a nice introduction to him. And I hope that there's more stuff made about him because he was brilliant. Let's go to Anna from Chicago. Hi, anna. What's your question? Hi, guys. My question is for Christina Applegate. 'cause you know, I have to tell you too Ellen Crandall the reason I work in fashion merchandising, I love you like question is what you remember of Megan Markle from when her dad worked on the set of married with children..

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SEC subpoenas Tesla over Musk's tweets: report

Financial Exchange with Barry Armstrong

01:05 min | 3 years ago

SEC subpoenas Tesla over Musk's tweets: report

"Interesting you know. It's we also. Have breaking news out of tesla the SEC. Has subpoenaed tesla over Musk's tweets that's the headline Fox News is reporting. That and, Tesla's. Shares, gentlemen are down thirteen dollars and thirty five. Cents at three. Thirty, four. Oops common. Right yeah I still? I. I, don't like the that I'm not surprised right, right we are you surprised at all no again I think. In the broad scheme of things. Tesla was going to end up. With, some kind of. Fine you are not. Going to jail you. Know what, he. Did find oh they'll get fine Oh yeah Significant fine on the way I would imagine they'll they'll sure. Does something, I mean like it's it's. Market manipulation if you, say manipulated if, you sold do you think he actually sold? Some share it doesn't matter if, you, so yeah it. Doesn't, matter We'll, see you can't make false and misleading statements? About your company maybe you can, maybe, we'll find out No Hey coming,

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"applegate" Discussed on Overdue

Overdue

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"applegate" Discussed on Overdue

"One of these have been built when the mansion was erected by major Applegate and Accenture, retired army man who had made a fortune by lucky real estate deals years ago. There had been many parties and dances in the mash, but the Applegate family had become scattered until it lasts the remain in the old home only heard Applegate in a sister Delia. They lived in the vast lonely mansion at the present time. Hurd Applegate was a man about sixty tall and stooped his life seem to be devoted now it's the collection of rare stamps, but a few years before he had built a new tower on the mansion duplicate of the original one. His sister Delia was the maiden lady of uncertain years. Well, dress women in bayport were amused by our clothes. She dressed in clashing colors. Unbecoming styles heard the Delia Applegate were reputed to be enormously wealthy, although they live simply kept only a few servants and never had visitors. Okay. I live simply too. I only have few servants. I never have isitor's. You don't dress in clashing colors though? No, not us. I mean, I don't always color coordinate my socks with the rest of my close. Yeah, but that's a luxury only a few of us can afford. Two masked your socks. Everyone gets that opportunity is what I'm saying. So hardy, boys, tower, treasure number one. What are you doing so far? I okay. Here's how I'm doing. I'm very worried about you because you sound like you did coke before this episode or something like this book either. You didn't read it. You're trying to be s your way through it. Before, or you are like. So just a light with the fire for the hardy boys that you can't even concentrate on what happened? The explanation. Experience of reading the hardy boys is kind of surreal because they are such squares and maybe it's because some stuff got cut at some point stuff just kinda tumbles long like you're just along for the ride. Things just get thrown at you with no clear like 'cause or effects like there are just to create tension and then like heighten it, characters are introduced and then forgotten just as quickly as introduced. So toward the end of the book. All right. You got to go. You got to walk me through this mystery though. I'll just. Just anything. Okay. The main art. So somebody took jewels from the Applegate house, right? Yeah. The guy who was in that car, that what real fast that he stole also fast car. The only reason the only reason we think it was him is because he was like doing other crimes in the area at the same time. And so they just assume that he did all the crime. So he was doing all the car stuff, but then he also still jewels. So he was wearing a red herring wig is what you're sometimes he was wearing a red wig to throw people off the set. And so they like Joe and Frank using some tenuous string of logic like go out into the woods, like find the Queen, and they find the guy's coat and this wig, and they look at the inside of the wig and the manufacturer of the wig is there so Fenton Hardy's like I'm going to New York and MRs. As like, okay, I'll bake you make you all a picnic lunch that you can go eat I. She doesn't do that specifically when they go to New York, but that's like pretty much all she is therefore is like making picnic lunches or boys and men when they all go out to solve crimes together. They also like go to high school in there. Some other friends with names. I don't remember like Chet and Derek, and I don't think there it's so I will. Time with these boys, their friends include Chit, Phil Cohen. Biff Hooper, Jerry Gilroy and Tony Preto. Now they all appear in this book here they do, but it's just kind of a list of names and then you never like has the car. And so you see him a little bit. Well, and there's like. Phil Cohen. So their stuff we're like the counter argument to some of the hardy boys have terrible racial stereotypes in them is like, oh, but their friend, Phil Cohen is Jewish and it's so yes, feel con Jewish and then Tony Preto is talion was as if that makes it used to be one of the lesser kinds of white, I guess..

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"applegate" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"applegate" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"A decades long career in the entertainment industry she's performed on broadway on television of course on phil as well and it all started out before she could even speak really as a little baby it started and she's been working ever since on this episode we talk about why she decided to take a step back from the spotlight what she's learned about herself along the way and her favorite role yet christina applegate welcome to no limits thank you thank you i'm a real fan of you and your work and your story you started acting so young i was you're a a maybe baby i was bull yes you can't really call it acting as a baby yes i was on camera from the time of you know three months old until the last couple of years where i've taken time off i watched you a lot when i was a kid kelly bundy i secretly watched you actually my parents wouldn't let me watch maybe i was wondering as a kid which now seems so it wait no it's like silver spoons basically compared to everything else on television exactly do you remember what is your earliest memory of acting gosh i think my earliest memories were when i would my mom would put me in the plays that she was in because she couldn't afford a babysitter so i would end up being in these plays who's part of this theater group and so that's those i some of the first memories i have as being on stage in these little plays did you instantly like it i you know what i think they like they lured me onto stage like eminem so yeah i sat there i think in eight m and m's and then said something here and there but yeah i did then i was in another play an independent of her later on noise about ten years old and i really loved that your mom is an actor and was a really pivotal part of your life growing up did you ever think about any alternative path you know no.

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"applegate" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"applegate" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Look at step one i i you have to fill out a form which i did long form and if you're not computer literate or if you don't have a computer good luck with that but that's okay filled out the form step one locate your social security number well i don't know what that means locate your social security number i have my social security number in my head i don't know where most of you keep your social security numbers i assume in your head locate your social security number i have no idea what that phraseology means maybe someone can explain it to me choose one document for real i d for a standard id which is different from a real i d ssn must be verified electronically okay s s s s card cannot be laminated well i actually have my social security card that i got when i was a teenager for my first job and i have kept that it's pretty good shape too i said i'm golden now they also put down w two forms ten ninety nine forms ten ninety nine s s a pay stub with applegate yeah i don't want to give that stuff over because i got my social security card i'm all set mistake number one step to choose one.

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"applegate" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"applegate" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

"I'm the pta mom yeah i'm art other moms put off by christina applegate now i'm just i'm just sadi's mom there and the kids know me as miss la noble they don't do but i would imagine the adults like really don't care i'm telling you right now in my community look i'm not by community doesn't care i'm there so much because i'm the head of one of the heads of the library league and i am then because of that on the board of the pta i'm on a board of the curb appeal i'm on the way of council committee leadership that's your that woman or i live there i live at school so because she still loves you now yeah just wait when when do they stop stop around like twelve well tell is the beginning it could be as early as eleven twelve and then up until about sixteen seventeen my daughter out to turn eighteen is just twelve to eighteen and you really hate your mom but it's interesting yeah yesterday i had my agent called me yesterday and i was driving her my daughter to ballet and i had to put him on speaker and he was telling me about the script or something that they were sending me for pilot about at i hung up she goes what's that about and i said well it's for job she goes no i said say it's i'm gonna have to go back to work at some point she goes no you're not leaving me you're not leaving me rip your and i said well it's you know if i go and do something she was no and i said okay she goes i have a better idea why don't you teach my school.

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"applegate" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"applegate" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Rutgers yeah you could have ended that sentence after understand and then filmed the blank okay unregistered chicago says in the words of jimmy door were the actual left and i agree with that uh referring i think i'll sit hartson and doug applegate as opposed to some of the other folks like feinstein ca i am sox as i'm sure helping big banks avoid penalties helps jobs in the rust belt the fuck conservatives how do you believe this should ana inspiration deutsche bank it's a german bank yeah how would help bring a german bank avoid the penalties and fees and the law hope anyone in pittsburgh or canton ohio of course it is an elp your score option so by the way we did a story about bad banks let me tell you about a good back so aspiration i to our sponsor but and there it i want to calm a live bank but they won't let me they're so liberal they don't even want to be called the bank it's up to him anyway so aspiration outcome has um known a multi minimums so if you're a conservative you should love aspiration show libs i'll give a dollar in there still won't charge me iga set your own fees out concerns should love askdrernstcom round selfregulation that's right film on now mostly erred erred decent they actually do pace of fees voluntarily and you sir but that's amazing bailout attempts over money their revenue goes to charity this unbelievable and they don't do fossil fuels they don't do uh any of the defence contractors as cetera so it's clean so aspiration dot com if you're looking for an alternative to the banks we woohoo who you can trust and by the way the interest rate there's one percent if you think that slow you haven't been to a bank oh yeah yeah does that remember there's no joke that is.

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"applegate" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"applegate" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Baby is wife was a singer that he must have man when he was in the record business and he had a baby she had a baby and he audiotape he made an audio tape of it because there is no videotape picked and this is nineteen seventy two seventy two seventy one lady who see in seventy seventy one okay so our look up see what christina applegate was bored that'll that'll be the answer to seventy one seventy one and he brusquely brings in this audio tape and he brings me this record in gaza we take take this is my daughter being born and put it together with the the song from her mom because it's about having a kid ari someone into the production of mud blade mom my my greece pencil among blade momma tape must play some tape in i put together little masterpiece i'm not gonna lie nice and gave it to him and he played it and um that is that you know is one of those moments where it stuck with me and then when i when i played patch birth on the radio on at all so so many years later that's where i got the idea is wholly was bobby applegate nice me not essentially that's where i got the idea um mm and last week pat all was on a flight back from seattle sitting next to christina applegate no kidding less the damage has of taraf oh my gosh he he was were dolls so we always get the the inflight wifi sure after you have to in touch yeah and so he texted me uh didn't you know christina applegate dad she sitting next to me on flight and i want hell's yeah i did while and uh i i told him you know what to tell her ramona i think he'd knew the story but i reminded him and she said she remembered hearing that tape you know later yeah as a as an adult or whatever and she tried to text him he never answered back and then they they went their separate ways when they go to the orgy but while us coolly motor oh what are the odds of that right no kidding then i was the idea that he's still alive because he was one of the people that did the 12hour show oh boy from six p m six am yeah i'll take it a robert taylor terrible taylor who bobby applegate and barbara bird feather she.

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"applegate" Discussed on Outside the Lines

Outside the Lines

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"applegate" Discussed on Outside the Lines

"Just three years ago bob there were in in 2014 fifteen there were seventy four in five instances in the nba schedule they are sticking to eighty two games and a hundred and seventy six days but by moving the schedule up by a week there are opening up some rest days and making sure we do not see star players like lebron or staff for kd rest on national tell us gangland your piece online the the did not even use a scheduled ache computer to make the scheduled to the last several years let's talk about your current piece of online right now it's an engrossing peace but that it was cavalier isaiah thomas ed his injury and the diagnosis of the same what's going on here a lot of questions and not a lot of answers because with hip laws and with the competent eu agreements with with doctor and patient it's hard to exactly figure out when the boston celtics new about isaiah thomas is torn labor on a label tear in the hip is a devastating injury for a lot of nba players if you're member bob in two thousand ten johnny flynn a top pick from the minnesota timberwolves a small guard from syracuse he had his career baseley ended because of this injury in some players have fought through it and got better on the other side like lamarcus aldridge has had two hip surgeries to repair torn labor but in this instance the boston celtics after they shut them down in the play said that his injury happened initially on march 15th but they may know publicity about that on march 15th.

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"applegate" Discussed on Outside the Lines

Outside the Lines

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"applegate" Discussed on Outside the Lines

"Facts are facts that these these two say i don't want to get into alternate facts here's someone else as that franchise but on on the one hand you have the facts that sees the boston has won all these championships beginning with the super bowl in two thousand to ten by the four teams combined on the other hand near the site of the coin there have been two cheating scandals if you will one involving the patriots one involving there at sites this is not a big deal in the grain scheme there will be a fine something along those lines but will be no victories vacated st buckley thanks a great deal appreciate your time and now the nba at rest eighty two games is just way too many everyone wanted to know renting of his not money is sitting here key players people more wildly months pathetic through the words dnp rest dority to hold rationing players who will see this game in game three d this is the point i was going to be talking with tom habur stroke all that talk about advanced technology with the red sox errors has come a cropper just for a moment we're going to take a little break comeback and hopefully tom in the plugs we put in the right spot will appear on your tv will step aside outside the lines is brought to you by geico fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance front i'm coverage of the us open seven eastern night madison keys and action every point is on the app.

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"applegate" Discussed on Outside the Lines

Outside the Lines

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"applegate" Discussed on Outside the Lines

"But this is a case where using electronics and major league baseball has made it clear that electron ix shouldn't the in the dugout now i don't know the red sox got a tangible benefit out of this i do understand that his gamesmanship involved and i probably agree with the with dombroski that there was some dime dropping going on by the yankees shocking the bottom at the end of the story though exactly you you you shouldn't be using this stuff in the dug up i like to think call me old fashion that when the game is played that you've got eighteen flawed human beings playing major league baseball twenty if you count the dh and you just sit and watch a baseball game i don't think we need this stuff in dugouts during the game so we go back and forth as a print guy you'll love this the new york post gets into the act they published the standings today in the american league east little asterisk for boston caught stealing how good is that oh it's awesome initiative that back with the spy gate the astra's sin was caught cheating it reminds me of something that bill parcells one said after his contractual situation was finally worked out and he was able to go to the new york jets his head coach after the famous speaker foam press black a press conference eubank hall and he said and i quote the border war is over the border war is never over somewhere in the middle of connecticut is a dmz i in there it was okay but south of that north of that there's always going to be a war between these two cities when it comes to sports and frankly for what i do for a living it's wonderful airbus donations the future so bright the past has been so brought they have to wear shades because of all the glint of all the trophies but still they've got they got i'm sure the pats love us and we're not alone and bringing up while are the sox do this they're spy gate there's deflate gate and and so the locals by you were going to depict this is jealousy but others missy hey guys facts are facts.

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"applegate" Discussed on Outside the Lines

Outside the Lines

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"applegate" Discussed on Outside the Lines

"Today the vive la better cheating through technology the red sox leading the american league east they won in nineteen innings last night against blue jays nineteen innings while it's a game long enough that might require you to recharger apple watch you got nobody to blame but yourselves the red sox of busted reportedly admitting using an apple watched to relay stolen signs two coaches and vents to the batters in all of this against the yankees who tape the boston dugout to provide video evidence this is delicious and the timing could not be more exquisite just days before the patriots opening their season to celebrate their fifth super bowl championship now with the red sox signs dealing issue percolating all of the goes to the patriots passed will be suddenly reappearing the spy gates scandal of ten years ago taping the signals of those other new yorkers on the sidelines the jets which provoked from bill bellichik is most visceral soundbite in his immortal mona lisa veto press conference we looked as all others gushin but under the guise given signals on eighty thousand people okay so we've filmed them taken signals on front eight thousand people like there are a lot of teams doing at that time to okay but forget about that it was wrongly were disciplined for that's it we never did it again we're never going to do it again and they hammer of course bill's main topic that day was deflate gate that whole deal went to federal appeals court a whole lot of money for a whole lot of lawyers raised the spectre of a patchwork ruin a bathroom there was psi there was csi there was tom brady eventually sitting at four games and now we have applegate is the latest per mutation and baseball's ageold attempt to get a leg up on the other guy commissioner rob manfred is going to have to do something here but it doesn't sound as if he's reaching for his large hammer it has been a part of the game for a very very long time to the extent it there was a violation of a rule here it was a violation by one or the other that involved the use of electronic equipment it's the electron equipment that creates the violation.

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"applegate" Discussed on Outside the Lines

Outside the Lines

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"applegate" Discussed on Outside the Lines

"When is a suspension not a suspension when a federal judge backs nfl attorneys into a corner so the new nfl it hands player conduct policy is explicit in ironclad domestic violence horrible social ill the nfl says it's a baseline sixgame suspension as epo elliott was interviewed investigated and assessed and suspended then he appealed at a sixgame ban was upheld so he's done dime out for a month and a half of really because hours after his sixgame suspension was upheld by league designated appellate officer harald henderson a former leaky executive elliott and union attorneys or in a federal court seeking an injunction against the league disciplined and while his honour has not ruled on that yet he'll do so on friday judge amos muzenda did ask nfl attorneys a fellas mr elliott suspension are you prepared to wait on that to let me consider the case and the fell attorneys a little choice but to say yes so sunday night in prime time on nbc's eke elliott employed by the league's most powerful individual will run the football against the giants or the league's most important media market back with dominique and with animal to talk about the atom competitive balance curious piece of timing here though that they're even your appeal as the night but yet you're playing week one bob all the events yesterday that unfolded were curious because initially harold henderson said that he was going to release his decision at the end of the business day the end of the business day came and went and all of a sudden the hearing started in sherman texas that involved.

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"applegate" Discussed on Popcorn with Mitchell Davis and Jack Ferry

Popcorn with Mitchell Davis and Jack Ferry

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"applegate" Discussed on Popcorn with Mitchell Davis and Jack Ferry

"Canada all this soil alex line i don't like how you're talking at us woman this dude fucking throw dive in his foot the bill the aimed right innis toe yeah and i couldn't help but laugh hysterically were that mother truckers stuck all perfect and then he goes don't fuck with the lords of how and she pulls out the knife and says dole fog with a babysitter is big that literally the best the line of the movie for me that should have been on the poster should have been little vote with the beyonce block with the baby said i mean they got the one fought the end and it was used to prepare shipley for which i wrote in caps don't fuck with the babysitter in in again he said this movies and saying argue i wanna tshirts as don't fuck there's a lot of like like movies at this time that were fucked have about babysitters i feel like 'cause there is also don't tell him that's another move we should water at together i would love to watch should walk that 'cause i also i'm pretty sure what's their names in that two applegate it has christina applegate r the the boy boy it doesn't matter i'm doesn't matter but it was a lawyer in it there is a boy so okay so we're going to go to the see now because this is a scene that i literally i wrote down weirdest fucking thing ever which is the hot dog wiener seen this is my favorite says happening with foreign rienda when brenda tries buy a hot dog with a cheque friendlies like fucking cashiers checked and she's explaining it she is like uh you know my friends mombaur's something and then she gave her this check in than i she designed it over she may i end it over to me and that i gave her the difference in all just sign over to and i'm like wet first of all i just know enough about checks to know you sign here and then you do this little thing here like i don't know enough about this shit this fucking world of leg no way was this going to work and then now in the middle of the conversation the hotdog vendor decides he said as good let's not call it a hot dog anymore and what a winner the weiner.

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