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"baldwin house" Discussed on Was jetzt?
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"baldwin house" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast
"And it was awfully talking about how his wife had to give up eating candy. She used to love gummy bears. Which had to give it up because it's bad for you and they had some doctor. The doctor from i think he's a cbs tv doctor on to talk about you know how sugar is not good for you. You could be pre diabetic and it was so tedious. And i'm thinking all the stuff that's going on in the world if you can't go off on an i realized that's cheap. Go off on his guy and by the way he used to be good friends with trump. We know they used. They went to each other's weddings. Trump was on the show all the time. He loves trump. he turned on him like a rat like that. When trump became a threat at politician a presidential candidate and then the president he hated trump as much as anyone and took the side of hillary and by the way speaking a hillary one of the other great examples of what a hypocrite. What of sell out. He is hilaria. How do you say her name. Hillary and hilaria baldwin baldwin alec baldwin's wife who got caught living a lie pretending she was from spain which is from boston. I mean the kind of story that would just be layup for the old. How hamptons became a chance for him to protect his friend alec baldwin and he never criticized. It says he barely mentioned ter- he can't how good friend alec out in the hamptons. Howard zinn with the cool kids is ever wanted all agean desire to be one of them to be with the crowd be with alec baldwin and l. in hillary and in cuomo these vile people are now howard's crowd howard's crew and it tightly wound self-important guy like alec baldwin would have been targeted primary target number one back in the day stuttering. John would've lived outside of a baldwin's house waiting to doorstep him and get punched by by saying something and that is just how. What does that tell you that. He's now hanging out with him. I don't know. I mean he's a he's making one hundred twenty million a year and fifty million palm meet palm beach mansion. Says you'll never go in the studio back to midtown. Manhattan is just going to go from the hamptons to palm beach. That's the story of a once. Great howard stern. I'm sitting here talking to you too. Losers on the ad one hundred twenty million. God bless them but he's exactly the opposite of what he used to be. That's what's so aggravating. Used to be great and used to love to watch. Just take down a politician or a celebrity or a phony alec baldwin or ellen he would just take them apart and now he protects them now. We'd tongue bathes them and protect them from attacks from other people. It is weird because it doesn't feel like he needs to protect them either. So that's kinda. The strange part is like he he. He was big enough to keep the money rolling in with sirius. Xm and still be edged. It's one thing if your let's pathetic. I can't even think of the there is no other example on television or anything like that but like i don't know for christ's sake you're allen and you your image matters because if the public doesn't like anymore you're not going to get. That next contract was always going to get his next contract if you want. And if he didn't he didn't he's made a half a billion dollars it'd be ways for him to make money again if he were. You know doing a podcast. Like like what's his name. Bill burr bill burr. Just flip on the mike and at home you know. When he wakes up in the morning and rambles our his thoughts but what he did yesterday. And it's it's a successful podcasts. If howard stern did that which is now maybe one. Other person robin or whoever just ranted raved about whatever he was thinking he'd be. Funny be edgy. Have a huge following. You might make hundred million a year but he could be a damn successful but any could keep his schedule by the way you wanna talk about a guy who hasn't made she's got a schedule here. hundred he makes one million dollars per show. He says he worked three days a week. Monday through wednesday three hours a day. One hundred twelve shows a year two hundred and fifty three days off per year for one hundred and twenty million. I one million dollars per show. I don't know why i'm criticizing this is my hero. He's got through wednesday every week. I would have loved to see them. Go to podcasting. But he listened. He already did one innovative by by going satellite radio right so that would have been crazy. If you have satellite radio and went to podcasting that would have been. There's a structure in the satellite radio gig. He's there's communications department. They can deal all his buddies agents and pr people to services friends in hollywood so different thing but you know like twenty-five years ago there are only a handful of hollywood people. Who would even talk to you. Know like urban corbin bernsen was cool to the show gilbert godfrey who's been banned a used to be a great guest in guys like that he left in the dust and moved on to to ellen in a whoever they the The beautiful people. Jimmy jimmy but jimmy kimmel on jimmy fallon the rest of. It's just so disappointing. And i guess we all have a price and he's getting paid like i said but man is a disappointing. Because i i'd like to tell the kids out there younger generation. This guy used to be the best. The greatest i mean. You can't find all the best hits on his other channel because he used to use words that you wouldn't believe that. He denies he used to us but he did that. All the time. I can remember sitting listening to my radio. Listen to the car at home going holy crap. Can you believe he just said that. He used to use slurs that the today will get you kicked out of the nba. Oh yes remember all the fines. They hit one hundred grand here. The fcc would get one hundred grand. There's was never endless. Never he's on the same page with robin. Both total moonbat liberals lockdown liberals you know part of the mass cult and love in their part of the same crew so they just sit there and giggling agree with everything. It's sad but again read this piece. People around him. People know what a sell out is. What was the next on my list. Who's awesome on radio anymore. I know that he's on satellite on saturday. Or who's great any. I don't listen at all like cold. Turkey ham podcast guy now. I you know podcasts. I'm in although. I cannot listen to ben shapiro interview day portnoy because turtle boy did it. Listen for me. So i don't have to any said it's disgusting. The portnoy says that if the rioters on january sixth at the capitol were black. They shot them. All and ben shapiro giggles along. I like both those guys. I don't wanna listen feeling it's going to annoy me. Maybe i should. I'll do by. I thought it was good. I was did say puerto rico. You know he's not coming conservatism. Doesn't no one knows that's nonsense this with plenty of riots with black people with black lives matter and they don't shoot them and they by the way they did shoot them on january. Six or name was ashley babbitt. She was shot unarmed white woman. Protesting was shot. Okay dave but anyway he his his area of expertise anyways just heard it from somebody and dave portnoy does not want to offend his his underlings is crew is. Yeah you can tell that that's one thing from the interview you could tell it. He definitely felt a sting from schutte turned on him. They they're they're they're a bunch of weasels in other stabbed him in the back. And what the frigging daswani of these overpaid frigging punks to change in moan about him. 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"baldwin house" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Holly Roberts and I are just trying to make things go. You know, it's Friday. That's just a little something's we gotta fix, But I am fine. Fine. Everything's fine. But you know what we have to do right now We have to tell you about some celebs behaving badly. We call them, David. Thanks Presenting Lord and Lady douchebag of the day. Is your D bag? Uh, it's Hilary Baldwin. Hilary Baldwin. Some people call her Hilaria, but we've decided to call her by her given name. Does she get wings for this? Oh, Bush, she frequent flyer Mercer is so This was the lead story on people dot com this afternoon, and we did talk about this in the dirt alert update before so we have to dig a little deeper into the story to find the actual nugget of D Bagri. Yes, the D bag Nugget s so we have to dig a little bit big for the nugget. Yes. So this is a people dot com Exclusive. What does an exclusive mean call is coming from inside the house. Well, the call's coming from inside Hilary Baldwin's House is saying that she doesn't need to explain why she decided to expand her family the way she did now. The story was a couple of weeks ago that Hilary Baldwin and Alec Baldwin Made a surprise announcement with the addition of a newborn daughter to their family, So it just was like surprise. Here's our new baby. We're like, Okay, here's a new baby. They just had a baby. They Hillary a had a son in September of 2020. So people were like, Okay, well, here's a new baby, and I was told there would be no math. But you know, you start to do math when you're like they just had a baby. And now there's another baby. And I don't think I mean, like, I don't think you can just keep one in there for a while. And you know, I've got like a stork timecard. Of like routes, and it didn't really quite line. I didn't line up. It didn't not know people were talking about that kind of scratching their heads and wondering well, what's going on now? In this story, A source tells people dot com that quote It's no one's business about a woman's right to choose how and when she expands her family. Now to that. That is true. Yeah, we say correct, Correct. Correct source of people dot com That is correct. However. Hillary Hillary a. Baldwin. Has made it an actual business. Of the business of her family. And so when I hear that it's like, yes, that is a correct quote. But also people are going to be talking about the math involved in the family because you have made the math of your family and actual business entity. Yeah, and not only that, but again. I mean, I think we've been having these conversations and certainly, um, you know, as regards to Piers Morgan, etcetera. You. You can't control what people are are saying or how people are asking questions or how people are even critiquing you. You can't control any of that. What you can control is how and what? What you wish to respond to know. Is she right? Absolutely. Yeah, It is not anybody's business. How they've chosen to add to their family period full stop. Totally agree with Hillary. A bold with this front that is actually horses swords made, which is probably to help our area. Um so like, yes, full stop. That absolutely is true. However, in bringing it up and talking about it. It sort of gives Breathes life into that questioning, right? It it waters the weeds it it. It's sort of allows the conversation to continue when the truth is, if you just ignore it. Don't give it oxygen. It'll Peter out at some point, but people you can't control what people are gonna wonder about? Yes. Yes. And specifically And I give Say this in this story specifically about Hilaria Hilary Baldwin, is that it? You have made your personal life you have monetized. Your personal life and your celebrity is centered. Around your personal life and even more specifically around being a mom. So naturally, people are going to be curious about what you are doing in your family life. It's difficult like it is hard like there's a nuance to it. And this is I think the risk of being an influencer yes or being a person who, to your point monetize is your family. There. There does become a point where it is too far for you and you get toe draw that line in the sand for sure, but you can't necessarily How do I say this? You can't necessarily get upset with people for going that far, because you've invited them. Yeah, that far you don't have to share beyond that. How do I say it's interesting cause actually Meghan Markle kind of talked about this in the Oprah interview. Talked about how you know, like with pictures of her kid like privacy is like, you know if you have a picture of your kid on your desk at work And somebody comes in and goes. Oh, I love that picture of your kid. Give me your phone. I'd like to look at all your pictures of your child that that's like a huge invasion of privacy, right? But no, I'm on Lee choosing to show this picture. Yes, absolutely. However. If you shared the one picture people will want to see more meaning. If you've shared these pieces of your family and of your life, people will ask to see more and you're under no obligation. To deliver on that asks exactly and so to talk about it to put it out. There is what breathes oxygen into that story. Yeah? Hillary and really at the end of the day for her. It's about continuing to have their names on our lips. Yeah, Also, I do think there's a little piece of her that likes to be Like that, Um, the victim Well, like, yes, Colleen, And I know you think it's the tone of this exclusive people dot com story. The tone of that feeds into that tendency to lean into that kind of mentality, right? It's like I'm going to give you all of this stuff. I'm gonna show you all of this stuff. I'm gonna bring you into my bathroom. I'm gonna show you You know, all of my kids laying in bed together. I'm not saying there's anything wrong with all of this. I'm just saying, that's what she does. And then when people ask questions, it's like shaming us for being curious, right. It's like you share very intimate moments of your life very into moments of your life, and then people are kind of curious and have intimate questions. And then you shame us for even you, Shane people for which is just a weird That's a weird relationship. But like I said, that is sort of the risk you run is an influencer. Hey. All right. What we did that, Okay? Do we have something else to do? We got a d bag video I have. I'd like to tell you about Armey Hammer. This is sort of old news, but I think it sort of gives us Ah. Another, Um Reason, too. Just it's like further de bagging Armie Hammer, So we've already we've already established that Armey hammer. Has some questionable behaviors. Right? Right. You know, when it comes to cannibalism, and you know we're not King shaming, but he basically said he wanted to To one, his lady's ribs. Um Which is just awkward anyway. What I thought was interesting Is this story from 21 hours ago in the insider? Says that one of the reasons why the marriage broke Army hammered Elizabeth.
"baldwin house" Discussed on WJR 760
"And checking in with the former president of the United States that Donald himself Hello, sir. Hello, Mitchell. Remember, I only agreed to do this interview with you. If you promise not to censor me because I've had it up to here with the cancer culture. Did you hear? They're going to stop publishing some of the books of the great Dr Seuss. Yes, we did hear about that. Such a shame If I could talk to Susan's publisher, I tell him to suck my thing One and thing to really Sir, please. This is a family show. Oh, yeah. And my son Eric, a Rhodes scholar right before we get started. But I wanted to give you guys an exclusive update on my good friend Tiger Woods. I spoke to him just last night, and he says he's making excellent progress so well. In fact, his surgeon told him that if he wants to, he could be back up in cheating on his latest girlfriend and no tax. Let's switch gears here. Syria you spoke at CPAC. This past Sunday and hinted a running in 2024, but not fully committing to it. And your niece Mary Trump says You're just saying that that you're pretending to run in order to make more money. Your comment. Pretending to run the only guy I know that pretends to run is Chris Christie. Okay? No, I am definitely thinking about running. If I pay off all my debts through campaign donations in the meantime, Well, that's just a bonus. We also heard that you and your wife, Melania secretly received the Corona virus vaccine back in January when publicly you weren't necessarily encouraging people to get it. Why so secretive? Well, in all fairness, I wanted to tell everyone but I was in Twitter and Facebook jail wasn't my fault. Seriously. I didn't want to brag about getting the vaccine when everyone was waiting for it. That's just not my style. I wanted to be respectful. Everyone knows. I'm very discreet. Everyone knows it. Uh huh. Now, Melania. On the other hand, she was a little nervous about getting poked. She had the Johnson injection or the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. I'm not gonna lie. It was a decent sized print. Believe may just laughing. Yeah, we're gonna move right along. Sir. Actor Alec Baldwin and his wife Hilaria announced the birth of their sixth child on Monday. Did you hear? Yes, they did. Wow. Six kids. Now let's a whining and crying in the Baldwin house. And that's just when Alec is home alone getting I'm kidding. Don't you just love people who post photos on Twitter. And when you don't say exactly what they want, They tell you to bleep off and they threw me off Twitter. Come on, really now. Oh, Wait a minute, but I'm sorry, sir. This is embarrassing. We have another guest called and we initially planned to have him booked at a later time. But apparently he's called in early. Would you mind if we brought him on with you? You're kidding. It's not sleepy. Joe, is it? No, actually, it's the governor of New York. Andrew Cuomo. Hello, Governor. Hello, Mitch, you know, Unfortunately, under the current circumstances, I can't be with you in person. But if I were there, I would naturally greet you with a hug and a kiss. That's just what I do. Okay. Now I'm about Start this interview with you. Let's make sure we got The ground rules straight. All right Now, first, we're going to go about two hours, right? We're going to go two hours. Most of the time. I will be doing the talking most of the time. I will be talking. Okay. First of all we can do to our interviews are showed us a last that long. Well, uh, what kind of show? Doesn't last Two hours. I consider two hours a warm up act Well, so we can't do that. And also can I ask why you're always repeating yourself? Don't repeat anything. Don't repeat anything. Sometimes, my New Yorkers. They're a bit Ah, slow. So I have to make sure they understand me. They understand me. No, I love this guy. He does slower than Mitch McConnell. Now, governor. We were hoping you'd be willing to comment on the sexual harassment scandal that's facing you. Oh, please don't even get me started with this crap They're saying about me. You have no freaking idea What I gotta deal with around no freaking idea what I have to deal with. These broads of parading around here and all beneath with the dresses and their skirts and a little outfits and I'm Italian. Okay. I'm Italian. So, what am I supposed to do? I talk with my hands. May I talk with my lips? I talked with my many Cuomo. But hear me now. I never touched anyone inappropriately. I never touched anyone. Inappropriately. Okay, Actually, there's a picture of you grabbing a woman's face someone you met seconds earlier, as you went to kiss her. I said, I never touched anyone. Inappropriately. I never said I didn't kiss them when they didn't want me to say it. Isn't that justice? Bad or or worse? Hey, I'm a Cuomo. My daddy kissed my baby brother cases were kisses. Uh, now and then maybe we grab a little push. What's the big deal? I never meant to hurt anyone. Therefore, I am forgiven. The governor has spoken. Next question. I'm sorry. You're gonna have to do better than that. Governor Cuomo. Look, all I was doing was I was engaging and playful banter with that woman. I simply said Hey, sweetheart, your mud flaps could get a smile out of a Catholic priest. I don't think this explanation is helping your defense, Sir. What is wrong with you? Just yesterday. I'm at my desk when in walks this hot little number, plunging neckline, plunging that client with some papers for me to sign. So she leans over and there they were. My hand to God model. Just look at those things. And I became black post in power. Think that's all the time. Yeah, that makes you this guy makes me look like a choirboy Donald Trump. Or I'll have de Blasio paid orange is the new black in front of your other New York hotel. Capiche. I'm so scared of you, Andrew. You're going down pale. I could smell the defeat like bad perspiration. I'm Italian. I don't sweat and I'm not resigning. I've got too much to do. So much to do. We've got a teetering New York City. It's teetering. It's teetering. If I don't catch it, it might fall and break into a million pieces. Also, we have those dead people from the nursing home. Okay, sir, I'll to respect that was your doing, wasn't it? I'm not going to get into the men's steam of a little details. Okay? My fault. Your fault. Someone else's fault. It's so hard to know these things. Okay? Like when a chick walks past you and you stick out your tongue and say I'm the governor. Wanna party, and she makes it disgusted Face. Does that face really mean She's disgusted? Or is she really saying I'm in room three? Oh, four. Follow me into the elevator. Follow me into the elevator. Personally, That's how I always interpreted. Okay. E really think that's enough. Too bad I was really enjoying that makes you It was like watching a bad New York so pop. It was bad. I'm ready to take my next 47 questions. Please move.
"baldwin house" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"O'Fallon And that's Ah, It's officially been a year. I don't know when the official day for us here in Ohio is, but it has been the year if we go by the month of March, I would say so. The day the cove it was for me was I know what day it was the day that Trump came on and said, it's coded but also at the same time, Tom Hanks head Cove ID was announced in the N B a shutdown. It all happened the same night. Remember sitting there, watching the president give the press the address. On. This was after this Tom Hanks and then again, we're closing in baton that march madness whatever day that was, That's when it's like, Okay, it's real. Yeah, I don't. I didn't mark it on the Cal, but I think it's it's somewhere within the next week or 21 year. Maybe sex should bring us a cake for that. It's and it's also sex Bertha, where he's buying his own cake. It's a lovely cake. I got a picture of it at Scott's load on Twitter. If you want to see the cake, people take me what's it was delicious. It's like a little wedding can't sugary. It was white with white crossing. Not normally my typical but that zit second is your I'm not a big, sweet guy. But the white cake with white frosting, and it tasted like wedding cake. It was very good that whatever that it's not, the less my brain or whatever was so good. He had flowers all over. I thought he died in, like, seconds to tech Guy. Looks like a funeral case. The guy alone I'm just pointed it out. It's like normally birthday cake. His bullet more. I have more to get to, But I like talking cake. Okay. Would you like to go get a slice and I'll finish up the segment. God, Alec Baldwin and his wife. I believe her name is Hillary Hillary Hill Hill. Some malaria? Yes, that's what it is. Just announced that they had baby six. Really? They just had a baby five months ago. Hold up. Yeah, let me do the math. I'm bad at Mrs a math one. This is a map of the last kid. The head came out went I think five months ago. It takes nine months to a cook a baby, right? Exactly So and I feel like we've Baldwin never mentioned that there was a baby on the way so She got pregnant. She was pregnant. It was like, no, No, no. I'm thinking surrogate, or maybe adoption. Maybe they were. They had the surrogate but then didn't plan to get pregnant. And they did so baby six has arrived. In the Baldwin house. The guy I don't know how old is Alec Baldwin 65 Plus there. Yeah, Get him just trying to think like, is this some some miracle of science here, like getting Coben twice? I don't think so. I don't know, because that would be five months. 62. It's a uterus, not a Pez dispenser. Right? Right. Right. Right. Right. God, just one after the other. They discussed Keep coming up. Yes, we shall see what that what the story is for that, But that was a big big surprise. Okay, Gal Gadot also is, though she plays Wonder Woman. She's having her third baby. And finally I saw I haven't looked much into this, so I can't give you a ton of answers. But I saw that Kings Island has 4000 jobs available. Yeah, they do. The annual Kings Island casting call, So should we, If your if your kids Grew up anywhere near Mason and Kings, and always, they all work. My son worked there. My daughter didn't but my son when he was in games Believe it or not, he like the one song like the middle, the ones that are in the middle of the park, you know? Yeah, like he is the guy. He would. He worked like the rope ladder thing that you do. He's really so he's master follows. Okay, So any girl he takes that go to King's ill. He's like, Yeah, He's getting a big stuffed animal because he knows how to do the rope ladder, the bowling ball the basketball so and he was like, you know, he do the guess your weight thing, too once in a while, so Like, what does your daughter do? Natural entertainer. She's I don't know. She's had more jobs, I think and that I've had my entire life. She's still trying to figure that out. But my son anyway, Yes, he's like games Kings Island, So he had a great job. He loved that job. I feel like I would Well one I would be a lifeguard because that was my entire childhood, so I could do the lifeguarding. Or two. And by the way, I saw that Ziegler pool is opening. May 1st I might be out of here for a lifeguard job pretty soon, Or I would be the person that straps people in for the roller coaster because I can pick out the ones that are terrified. And you like clock. I mean, clean that vomit and let's go to thin the blood up from the last guy that well, Yeah. Um, yeah, my son would just roast people. They walk back trying to guess their weight And you could tell that didn't fall far too far from look beyond my daughter. She worked on issues like food and beverage. That kind of stuff she'd worked in. Yeah. Chilly place or some working outside. Yeah, we're gonna say what was your first was your first job? I was a lifeguard forever. Say you see, Miller was 25 years old. If I looked a tiff and went you distract me as a lifeguard. Yeah, I could see. Well, I just picture you right now. You got the blind here, but I just picked your nose. Ah, lot more red. Oh, yeah. Yep. Fanny Pack whistle when she 16 has nose cancer ago yet? That's that's too. You just picked a red suit, Fanny pack got the cross on it. Know how to swim. Really Good. There you go. That's art. If that's a girl tiff right there. Now she has her own morning show Kiss one of 71 and my producer and on the tiff Potter and Instagram and Twitter. Thanks for the love. I appreciate it. Of course, Go ahead more cake before it's all gone teeth. They're gonna sex cake with flowers on it. I think he just found a cake and said, Did you put Can you put that But just right. The Happy birthday, Gigi on it. And and that you give me is in much I'm gonna have the white cake and as much I think if you can spare leave the guy alone I'm lump even though he has me blocked on Twitter. Which you wonder why Willie is on the way Next. I'm not sure what he has, but he is here. Seen him in the building. And he is cake. I need to have cake cake. Okay, let's take Bill has the sweet tooth of a 10 year old girl. It's incredible gave me a half of his ho ho the other day or one of those things, the cupcake ones with the Little Witch Weekly's on Is that what that's probably He's like You want one? I said Dang Dong did. I don't want to sound like coma. But you do you like my ding dong 700 wlw? Hey, any fingers here with some pretty amazing news?.
"baldwin house" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Anthony read this story from american history to my friend. Gareth reynolds who has no idea what the topic is going to be about. And just because we're bilingual. We should point out that we will. We know how to say cucumber. We know well we know how to say because we we were both raised here in america and also when people bring us on their their shows to discuss cooking. Because that's what we do. We also know the names of the items in america because we have you say you can say cucumber barrier boy. I don't know what's going on in the baldwin house this week but you can be sure. There's a little voice in the back of alec baldwin's head saying. Oh my god. Did i marry what has happened disaster Just the awesomeness of creating an accent at some point years ago to market yourself having it takeoff weight. Just as i'm thinking about this through properly. Yeah we shouldn't pick what ancestry you want to have. Shame you shouldn't there's no picking. There's no don't you don't doorbuster. Don't shame fake ancestry. We're about to get into the shame wars in the next ten years and that's a shame that things are going crazy i can see. He's fighting over. Shame attleboro shaming. You have shamed us. We're.
"baldwin house" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Jagger, Lyric and story. Oh, my God! I thought you were sick from one of them was a poet. No. Well, you know, maybe maybe dragger. Maybe their name is will indicate their profession when they get older. No, there's a child named poet. A child named Jagger, a child named Lyric and a child named story. On back in October, 2000 and eight They renewed their ballots in front of their celebrity friends like to me more Ashton Kutcher and Eric Dane, but it was not meant to be. That's an odd group of celebrity friends. I need to know more about that friend Group Well, Jason Goldberg and asking cultures were producing partners on the show Punked and Eric Dane, Eric Dane. I don't know. Maybe they all had hot tub parties together. Didn't Eric Dean and his wife have hot tub parties that were kind of a father? Oh, no. But now I'm gonna be furiously Googling that Google, Rebecca Gayheart, Eric Dane and a hot tub and share what you find with the class. Okay, Moving on from that story to more celebrity gossip. Hilaria Baldwin has a sworn off social media and instagram. And then she returned with eight posts within hours. So this coming after the allegations on Twitter over the past week that Hilaria has basically been lying about her entire life that she is not from Spain, she is from Massachusetts. Amar Respect things gets better s O her crisis team Crisis management team probably camping out at Hilaria Baldwin's house right now trying to say, Honey, get off Instagram. You know, I was gonna say that somebody's gonna be making some extra money this year. Yeah, nice crisis seemed by the way I just found out Eric of headline. Eric Danes. Naked threesome. Home video attorney says this is not a sex tape. So thanks for that, Holly, you're welcome. You know, it's still the giving season, isn't it? And finally, here's a story that you probably didn't think you'd hear today. Actor James do Hand. Remember actor James do Hand the late Scotty from Star Trek. Fame. Of course. Well, apparently, the ashes of James do Hand were smuggled onto the international space station in 8 2003 years after he passed away right. In a new interview, a man named Richard Gary, it revealed that he snuck James do hands remains onto the international space station. When he served as a private astronaut for a 12 Day mission back in 2008, And according to James's son, Chris, it was James Do hands wish to make it to the international space station someday. So he got his wish. Now, did they just leave him there? Or they just, like brought him along for the ride and then brought him back. Or is he just like still hanging out? You know, Cabinet somewhere. That I can't answer, Bradley. I mean, maybe they're still sitting on the space station as we speak, so they're just hanging out. Well, was he really Scottish? Don't Yeah, Yeah, Okay. Crane. Turns out Google says he was all right. Thank you. Google..
"baldwin house" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"The rotates you on the iheartradio APP. So you you were born in New Orleans. Born arrays okay. What part I was both grew up in the east. I'm confused because I lived. There now moved back but I grew up in the east. My whole life New Orleans. So what are the? Can you describe for mosaic for me so so east I guess in the eighties were was considered like the new town? Like new New Orleans and So like I had where I grew up done. Didn't really look like up to it. Doesn't look like New Orleans. In that way. I had a palm tree in the front of my. It was like they made it like the new suburbs rights. That's where I grew up. There's also a rough part of the East which is why after Katrina took them forever took like eight years for them to even start to work on New Orleans East but I grew up in the east than you have uptown. Which is where. My Dad's church was and then you have downtown. Which is kind of where the Superdome is and convention center and all that so so away from when tours come there of course we come to the French quarter. Yeah that's downtown. So is that the equivalent of you hanging out on forty second street light not really low key Bourbon Street. Is that but the French quarters what I love about New Orleans. It's kind of like the touristy stuff overlaps with the real stuff like men right. The Frenchman your home. Where are you hanging? I mean I'll go down there. You hold a wall guy or are you. I'll go and play and listen at at on Frenchmen Street. I'll listen to music on fresh mystery. I never go to Bourbon so you do Frenchman Amir instead a bourbon. Because that's what I was told to buy New Orleans natives like if you're GONNA do a street gang I rarely do Bourbon. Yeah Yeah I mean. Barbara's the site is. I do it when people are visiting. You know what I'm saying because it is something to see that that is on. I mean is it can be a a random Wednesday night you know and it's four is packed just like like it is during. Mardi gras something so as far as like seeing bands and are there still abundant especially in the wake of Katrina Which okay I guess. We're thirteen years. Thirteen years later Are there still an abundance of musicians and and band members there because I know that there was a mass exodus? Oh yeah a lot of people got out but there's a there's a new generation now two of musicians and it's a bunch of it's still a bunch of musicians now. How are they with tradition The young guys are I mean they. They still have to play in the quarters. They still have to come up there so it's almost like they go through that little school of art. I got to know how to do a shelf or I got outta. Do a second line be you know because you have to come through there to get to. You can't really skip that step unless you play in church you know and even still when you wanna go from. I just was lucky enough to leave and go to school and start to write and stuff but if you WANNA stay a musician in New Orleans you kinda gotta go through that scene and play on Bourbon and so because I I. I don't know of any place in the United States or even the world that Hank so tight to a tradition probably second Broadway is probably the only other culture. I know that so stuck or like post. Tin Pan Alley. Yeah you know. Gershwin era jazz. That That I would love to just pry their hands off of them. Start a new but yeah that's what I'm about since I've been back home to you now. But how is is isn't New Orleans. A place where people feel as though we need to evolve like are there people that just start straight banks as a musician like yeah? I'M GONNA start with or even now bounces tradition. The idea of drake doing fifth ward. Webby type songs. Yes all the old old school so you know. Is there any space for trap culture in yes? It's a brand new way is a brand new wave in New Orleans now of artists that I'm seeing that are totally. I mean they respect that history and know it but I think what I've been preaching since I've been back home three years and Kind of what started me off Buddy Baldwin's house who is attributed as the originator of jazz music right Louis. Armstrong credits King Oliver Buddy bolden. Yeah see I thought King Oliver's right he's King Oliver Credits Buddy bolden right. So they say buddy. He lost his mind when he was like twenty six and in and lived his life in a house in the hospital for the rest of his life. But we the house is like ten steps from my dad's Church and after Katrina. The my family bought up all the real estate around. They're not knowing that they bought Buddy Baudoin's house his childhood home. I didn't know buddy bolden was until I moved back home and they were like. Yeah we're we're about to do something with this house and people were coming from Europe and lining up and making pilgrimages to this place and we didn't know what it was and when I got home you know But it made me start to like think about that history and I think that New Orleans and the reason I left the reason why a lot of leave is because we focus so much on jazz jazz jazz like we started this. This is what and I think what needs to be more focused on with New Orleans. Is Innovation Right? It was buddy sand. I know y'all playing Dixie and this WANNA play my horn and it's going to be different from everybody else and that's what created that created bounce was us not caring. New Orleans could just a bubble in that way was like I don't care what's on the radio I don't care this is our we're doing but I think that is what makes us special not the actual thing not jazz not bounced but the not caring right and the gifted AP and innovation of that so I think a lot of the generation now and the end generation coming up. They're thinking that way but it's still that same. I don't care attitude. You still have the. I'll say the not necessarily the entire ourselves family but definitely win who is head strong on orange purists yet but he's also not in New Orleans. It hasn't been for a very long time. You know More New York than anything or hey yeah he New York for a very long time. So I'm saying as far as the scene is going. That's that's cool and that's what happened by the way like that. Jazz went to came to New York in the jazz. We know now is that right are just turned into R&B and like fats. You know rock and roll so like that. That's the extension of us. More than preaching jazz is is how we know it now. Are there funk bands that were in the tradition of the meters like? Are there still people that I don't really not not really? I mean you've got like galactic. I was saying to the jam band. Yeah sort of thing so. Galactic is the the steady groove? Yeah that's the standard funky jam. Type thing yeah If you're if you're a musician in New Orleans and let's say a. How were you when you first started eight okay? So what's the first thing that you're taught? Is it a Boogie? Woogie like what's the what's the what's the top five like stuff that has to be in your DNA or for you get respect by so it to me. It was like two different worlds right. I didn't I didn't really get into that French quarter world until I was older. My Dad was I was. It was all church for me. That's where all my music. Pk came from a preacher's kid. Father must have a rather large church. Rikers fathers very known in the community. Correct Yeah Katrina. We had like twenty thousand members so it was like huge trip bought a lot of property. You really houses but yes so my my dad was kind of like the Premier Church you know in New Orleans Pre Katrina and that brought through a lot but my dad's from Windsor. My Dad's from Canada right so he and his father was a huge pastor. I pastor to have a church in Detroit and have a church in and Canada. So that connection my dad grew up with the Clark sisters in the winans and all of them so when he when he came to New Orleans and started a church he brought musicians from there. My my heroes. Were like this guy. Joy Britain from Detroit. And guys like that that he brought down so the flavor was totally different in our church than outside and I was. I came up with a New Orleans training early. And it's probably why I was so different you know. Ls Marcel is. Wanted me to play when I was like ten or twelve. Wanted me to go to NOCA- but I wanted to go to this high school saying Oh you know what I'm saying. That was known for its margin ban so I was a little different which is Kinda why I always felt out of place kind of growing up. You know he was like I'm not really that New Orleans guy in that way how lenient as a PK. How lenient were your family on music outside secular music? Yeah it was it was it will restrict how strict yet it was. It was a balance because my dad was from Detroit like I mean he loved. He loves certain things right and and my dad was a singer in a real musician in that way so he always appreciated the DVD's and stuff you know you're listening to the second or stuff played on some early some old town things back then and used to play for sale Franklin right so like and they tell me stories of Steve. Coming in and doing a show at the church you know so it was always a line. I remember. We couldn't listen to secular stuff on Sundays but Yeah was only Gospel Music on Sundays. But they were pretty. I mean I listen to Michael Jackson. Growing up in a strict year wasn't crazy like I think. His childhood was so strict eighty hours. Yeah Eighty one from Canada's away people always. I don't know why I was thinking to Canadian. By having a Lotta Island influence on Whatnot. Where they yeah. I think there was some with my grandparents will not my grandmother shoes from Missouri so they both passed away before they passed away my dad his father when he was twelve and his mother when he was nineteen so way before me but I think my grandfather had some west Indian type Missouri to win a crazy..
"baldwin house" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Stopping by the hang out and share their lives and music to. Wake up with a bunch of my friends. I Ninety eight point seven W. M in Washington. DC or wherever the rotates you on the iheartradio, APP. So you, you were born in New Orleans, born arrays. Okay, what part I was both. Grew up in the East I'm confused because I lived there now moved back but I grew up in the east, my whole life New Orleans. So. What are the? Can you describe for mosaic for me? So so east? I guess in the eighties were was considered like the new town like new New Orleans and so like I had where I grew up. Done didn't really look like up to. It doesn't look like New Orleans in that way I had a palm tree in the front of my. It was like they made it like the new suburbs rights. That's where I grew up. There's also. A rough part of the east, which is why after Katrina took them forever took like eight years for them to even start to work on New Orleans. East but I grew up in the east than you have uptown, which is where my dad's church was, and then you have downtown, which is kind of where the Superdome is and convention center, and all that so so away from when tours come there. Of course we come to the French quarter. Yeah, that's downtown. So is that the equivalent of you hanging out on forty second street light, not really. mean low key Bourbon Street. Is that but the French quarters? What I love about New Orleans it's kind of like the touristy stuff overlaps with the real stuff like. Men Right the Frenchman home where you hanging. I mean I'll go down there. You hold a wall guy or are you? I'll go and play and listen at at on Frenchmen Street. I'll listen to music on fresh mystery. I. Never go to Bourbon so you do Frenchman, Amir instead a bourbon because that's what I was told to buy New Orleans natives like if you're gonNA, do a street gang I. Rarely, do Bourbon yeah, yeah. I mean Barbara's. The site is I do it when people are. Visiting. You know what I'm saying because it is something to see that that is on I mean is, it can be a a random Wednesday night. You know and it's four is packed just like like it is during. Mardi, gras something. So, as far as like seeing bands, and are there still abundant especially in the wake of Katrina? which okay I guess. We're thirteen years thirteen years later. are there still an abundance of musicians and and band members there because I know that there was a mass exodus all yeah, a lot of people got out, but there's a there's a new generation now two of musicians and it's a bunch of is still a bunch of musicians now. How are they with tradition? The young guys are I mean they? They still have to play in the quarters. They still have to come up there, so it's almost like they go through that little school of art. I got to know how to do a shelf or I got out to do a second line. Be You know because you have to come through there to get to? You can't really skip that step unless you play in church, you know. And even still when you WanNa go from I, just was lucky enough to leave and go to school and start to write and stuff, but if you WANNA, stay a musician in New Orleans. You KINDA gotta go through that scene and play on Bourbon, and so because I I I don't know of any place in the United States, or even the world that. Hank so tight. To a tradition probably second. Broadway. Is, probably the only other culture I know that so stuck or like. Post Tin Pan Alley. Yeah you know Gershwin, era jazz that that I would love to just. PRY their hands off of them? Start a new, but yeah. That's what I'm about since I've been back home to you know but how? Is is is new. Orleans place where some people feel as though we need to evolve like. Are there people that just start straight banks as a musician? Like? Yeah, I'M GONNA start with or even now bounces tradition. The idea of drake doing. Fifth Ward Webby type songs. Yes, all the old. Old School. So? You know. Is there any space for? Trap Culture in. Yes, it's a brand. New Way is a brand new wave in New Orleans now. Of Artists. That I'm seeing. That are totally I. Mean They respect that history and know it but I think what I've been preaching since I, and I've been back home three years and kind of what started me off, Buddy Baldwin's house, who is attributed as the originator of jazz music, right Louis Armstrong, credits King Oliver Buddy bolden. Yeah, see! I thought King Oliver's right. He's King Oliver Credits, buddy bolden right, so they say buddy. He lost his mind when he was like twenty six and. And and lived his life in the house in the hospital for the rest of his life, but we. The House is like ten steps from my dad's church, and after Katrina, the my family bought up all the real estate around. They're not knowing that they bought Buddy Baudoin's house. His childhood home. Who Buddy bolden was until I moved back home and they were like. Yeah, we're. We're about to do some with this house. And people were coming from Europe in lining up and. Making, pilgrimages to this place, and we didn't know what it was, and when I got home. You know but it made me start to like think about that history, and I think that New Orleans and the reason I left the reason why a lot of leave is because we focus so much on jazz jazz jazz like we started this. This is what and I think what needs to be more focused on. On with new. Orleans is innovation, right? It was buddy sand I know y'all playing dixie and this WANNA play my horn and is going to be different from everybody else, and that's what created that created bounce was us not caring. Orleans could just a bubble in that way was like I. don't care what's on the radio I don't care. This is our. We're doing, but I think that is what makes us special. Not The actual thing not jazz not bounced, but the not caring right, and the gifted AP and innovation of that so I think a lot of the. Generation now and the end generation coming up. They're thinking that way, but it's still that same I don't care attitude. You still have the. I'll say the. Not necessarily the entire ourselves family, but definitely win. Is Head. Strong on Orange Paris yet, but he's also not in New Orleans. It hasn't been for a very long time. You know more New, York than anything or hey, yeah, he. New York for a very long time, so I'm saying as far as the scene is going, that's that's cool, and that's what happened by the way like that jazz. Winter came to New York in the jazz. We now is that right are just turned into R&B and like fats. And Rock and roll so like that that's the extension.
"baldwin house" Discussed on Two Less Lonely Girls
"The two NC question yes we unto adult remains guess we love Bieber and that's why publicly stop America so how many of you by round of applause have heard our podcast okay relax relax a lot of people say no chance tonight how many of you have not heard of our podcast okay so you haven't you haven't is that I think you you can't clap that it's like you're getting you're going to have a blow job tonight because you lesson yes right see I know we've talked before the show well let me say that this podcast if you have not heard it we started this gas out of a mutual love slash obsession slash age inappropriate interest in Justin Bieber Justin Bieber he didn't die but things aren't looking good things are not good for justice he did get married last week there is one less lonely girl and that is her really more of a caretaker because he does have a math problem. Yeah full-blown full-blown math problem. Yeah and it's sad because now Haley has to is yeah she just found out that he's married I I don't even know what happened because it seems like just ice was dropped from the bottom of the cup like just just plummeted to the ground that was good it's sad because Haley Haley hot Haley Baldwin possibly one of the hottest women I've ever seen crayons and still it's sad because she'll never be as good as math right like her pussy can't ever possibly feel as good as math does that's how powerful and rose buds recover hiring addict so I think we should take it seriously everyone everyone seemed offended but I just wanted she's been through it and I'm not mad I haven't done math yeah but when I relapse right well that's GonNa be your number one it's on my list right then I'm going to want to date you know the only reason I haven't optus because I don't want to get me to buy that's it I was up all night last night scrolling on instagram and I found like nice guy ever seen my dream man he's going to the Methadone clinic basically and then I read the caption and it was a guy who had overdosed and died aw both by types I'm saying that 'cause the guy she was supposed to go on a date with drop dead last week anyway it doesn't matter Oh my God poor car I'll know Carl's laughing right now he would liked that joke that was a strong Joe Carr Carr literally ghosted me so he's bullied yeah everyone's like sad for Carl and I'm like I mean he was eating three hot dogs a day and then and then dessert was a line of cocaine I don't think this was Bryce Sakarov that's like me getting surprised but I'm pregnant this is getting so really almost like we aren't recording it might not be who knows not sure how the technology in this bar works that was a joke about me having unprotected sex yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah didn't get it who knows how babies are made raise your hand if you know how babies are made okay well that's not an enough it's not enough hands in the air so anyway so we started the podcast because we loved and Bieber and we wanted to stalk him and find him and I we were going to see where it goes from there right and ended up finding him within eight episodes we found very quickly we chase him down the street right if you want to know the full story there is a whole episode about it we found him within eight episodes surprise actually great criminal right it also turns out you can't run that fast when you're wearing hotel slippers which is all he wears because he's always just out of detox yeah some people look confused and they're like oh they must be fancier a celebrity hotel supper smell the free ones I have cardboard on the bottom that's bad as we're talking does and hospital sock yes so we found him and we met him and he almost touched my tit and Korean because he was like get away and then he and then Karen interrupted it is meal with now now life Yeah Halo pissed yeah and then we were like where does it go from here so then we found where Haley lives and we went to her house and we enter we interviewed people who were also waiting outside of her house we're not alone yeah and if you're not if you're feeling alone on mental health awareness whatever day it is go to Haley Baldwin's house in Williamsburg and just know that whatever your struggle thing with you're not waiting outside of the house it's alarming how willing people are to tell to certified maniacs the exact addresses of so many celebrities so many we live in like the second most celebrity city New York and largest given them out willy nilly just telling us where she lives it's very unsafe so it was pretty close to my apartment not to Brag but Tutut and so basically this now became a gas that's about celebrity obsession about celebrity show and gang stock and call it following we call it visiting visiting visiting we did visiting visiting visiting that's even nicer because it's like you were invited yeah and we were not well we're like vampires we'll wait for you to invite us in but we're GonNa wait pretty close to the door and once you do okay Ooh so we didn't practice that so that was scary scary so now we are actually starting our own pop rope we have yes thank you one person really on board only couple million left till it reaches obviously there's a lot of different we've wandered okay we've gone on a journey we've now completely lost the plot but we are in a new area and are now basically doing are making the band we have written three original song yes would you like to stay the titles because I can't remember you forgot them yeah the first one this group is called me also if you want to get into them a couple fans over here everyone else horrified the first hit is called tears in my pockets thank you and then there was I wanna go home that's a song about like if you went out clubbing but you really weren't feeling it and then the third one is you plus me conspiracy that's like kind of like an illusion naughty based ballot yeah it's like is our love a conspiracy they're going to be really good they actually are they are really good we haven't fucking incredible yeah we were alarmed at how easy it was to write three excellent saw and that's sort of how it came about we were like it's so easy like we were read as downloading them right now she's like I can't wait I'm going to get it off she's like you know what a napster she's like downloading napster that's how bad I want these hits also love that these look like two different versions of Mia Wallace from Paul in fiction on my God I couldn't stop looking at you and I was like this is fucking strange sell right it's like Bondo it's killed l. and Mia Wallace crazy how are they right here you guys are laughing so hard entrust you so here's the thing so we we wrote these songs were doing a live performance of all of these songs with original choreography and I liked how this turned into a behind the music for songs no-one Sir they're probably pretty excited about it seeing how we are within thirty minutes the and and now we're just we're just waiting for the money to rolling much right hoping that the cash roles and if any of you have an imagine I just get up here I'm like we're going to be passing a had been my pocket yes they put their tears in it Yano thank you call back to the title of a song at four people in the audience know that that's always a good way to wrangle the crowd but we weren't GonNa say if any of you this is an interactive event yeah it's an interactive mostly because that means we have to talk less we so we can do lots work yeah and we've noticed that like hospital stories people love to share stories about the celebrities that they have met in creepy ways right visited stories of they've creeped out intentionally or not right we had a girl in Toronto share a story where she made an entire Excel spreadsheet of a tour that was Hendrik Lamar I think wasn't it they know that Kendrick Lamar went on she found every wherever the pop up shops that Kendrick Lamar was dropping into she started to notice a pattern she made a whole graph of when he was showing up when he came to her city she based off this graph showed up and went Kendrick yeah and that was the end of their interaction you just in a month yeah prepping looking at Kendrick Lamar with different areas yes with FBI accuracy yeah to reach out and not touch him yeah we've lost the crowd and it seems like you guys don't have the passion we have just think about something that you like a lot and then just insert that where we said Kendrick and you'll be like oh I got it now yeah whatever that is still my fault because yelled at them for laughing yeah always good to stop people from laughing it's great comedy show why the fuck do I do this that's good that was good yeah she'd be thrown in a garbage yeah you're like the audience member who turns around and a comedy show type person who's enjoying the mouse how dare you Josh gets that look too because I'm like I still enjoy comedy after all these years and people will always look at me like what is this bitch happy you have like a booker's laugh booker's you're like psyched oh I am I it's wild I'm like who likes mighty truly love God I don't know what's wrong with you I don't even like my own comedy so so I was just wondering we were wondering Oh my God she's wearing a you're so cool shirt that's why my dog Alabama okay all right now well she's visiting you so do you have a creepy story since you did something creepy already do you have a creepy story of how you met no no no in the way she moves is like a cat for drunk cat she does her whole body was made of Velvet I gotta get up I can't move hugh much because the dance that joker does yeah I just need you guys to now don't freak me out all right stop touching your hair like that it's weird so tell us a creepy story and besides this like there's just nothing other than like the true romance like are you nice fucking or what's happening I sort of feel like I just finished just knew she'd recognize it and so sitting in the front row of something very meaningful where we can clearly see you but yeah obviously I have no idea where I know I can read.
"baldwin house" Discussed on Mom Brain
"A more tired kids in the day because they were not sleeping well at night and be that that these times times often correlated with frustration and the correlated with feeling of like okay i i. I want to talk now in full sentences. I wanna talk now in a way that you immediately understand everything that i want and i'm talking talking talking. Why don't you know exactly what i want and then we we get a tantrum and it's <hes> i think we you know we have to be gentle with ourselves in this process like it's you're not a bad mom if you get frustrated. You're not a bad mom. If you feel like embarrassed that your child screaming in the in the supermarket aisle because all of us have been there and we're all looking at you with utter sympathy and also probably a little bit of like thank god. It's not me this time but i think you'll be gentle with yourself and be gentle unrealized. It's a phase and as they work out of that internal frustration with your help of course with your guidance of course that it's going to get much better and for for me what i do is what i've learned. I think that's absolutely yes. Yes yes in so many ways. What i've learned helps me a lot because we definitely have a lot of tantrums in the baldwin house. What i've learned is that taking care of myself as extremely important in that situation and how i take care of myself is i realized what kids are capable of and not capable of <hes> nicole. Your son is eleven months old. He's not capable of a lot of self restraint. <hes> <hes> the beauty of being eleven months old is that they actually learn very quickly because it's there's less life experience syrian to pull from so like romeo for example who is thirteen months old hell get mad at me and he'll hit me what i will do instead of yelling at him because i don't feel feel like he really really cannot understand right from wrong nor can year son at eleven months. <hes> is that i'll take his hand. It's kind of like what to do. I'll take his hands hands and i'll put it on my cheek and i sort of like rubbed my cheek a little bit. I say <hes> you know be gentle. Be gentle be gentle kiss him and then it's kind of showing like gets correcting the behavior rather than making it like oh my god. That's so bad. I take an absolutely every single time. I don't ignore one single hit. I just take it and turn it into a caress like oh. This is what we do and it's almost kind of training them in that moment of like okay. You're feeling this way. Let me me give you something to do with that. Kind of emotion as the kids get older and of course they go through different phases daphne is talking about of heading and screaming in and trying to figure out how to get their way and you know we've talked about before on the podcast that you don't have a fully fully formed frontal lobe to your twenty five years old so the ability to to restrain yourself is is challenging for them <hes> so understanding where they are helps me a lot because.
"baldwin house" Discussed on KCRW
"Michael Schneider, senior editor for variety. And I'm Joe Elliot, west coast Volker. This is grab. So the biggest story in pop culture last week was James holes, our just running short of Ken Jennings. Record on jeopardy came so close. He was the talk of the town for weeks or at felt like months. Really? But nonetheless got people really talking about game shows not just jeopardy but TIs the season it is summertime and received a lot more game shows returned to prime time. What is fueling this game show renaissance? Well in a word, ABC ABC sort of the ground zero for the game show explosion in time really for right now. It's not the only one obviously, you know, NBC's experiment with Hollywood game night, which continues to have cycles and also had success with Ellen's game of games of game show about ABC has really been the most all in on this John, starting maybe four or five years ago when they brought back celebrity family feud into primetime building off of. The continuous successful daytime version, and then started doing new versions of shows like twenty five thousand dollars pyramid. What's my line? The match game with Alec Baldwin hosting this year. They're bringing onto more favorites from the eighties pressure luck with the famous lamb and card sharks with Joel McHale hosting really what it comes down to is game shows are really cost effective programming that do okay numbers, and they do sort of ratings where Fe maybe ten years ago. Broadcast, TV would have said, oh, these numbers aren't big enough air primetime enough. But now with network sort of satisfied with sort of three or four million viewers in their primetime lineup during the summertime, it's sort of programming that can get a stable audience consistent audience. It's advertiser friendly, programming and people of, and it's about time that network sort of have expanded their purview of what it means to be a broadcast show. Aim shows are the oldest form of television. They were among the first things that were aired on TV when TV I struck up in the nineteen fifties on in New York City, and it's great that. They're back. And I think another thing about game shows, is that back in the day. They were seen as a little bit of the cheesy portion of the schedule. They didn't get a ton of respect. But they're gonna lottery spec now including from big a list celebrities, of course, some of the biggest names in TV host these shows. Now you mentioned that Alec Baldwin house match game. They've got Joel McHale. Who's hosting the new version of card sharks? Of course. Steve Harvey has a second career now a game show house, thanks to celebrity family feud, Anthony Anderson. Elizabeth banks is doing pressure for ABC, which is also pretty amazing. She's a very busy, actress and director and what these stars are finding that, you know, they can easily schedule these things into their busy alive. Because you tape many episodes in one day, and you could probably knock out an entire season in one week or one weekend. So why not get these big names? And so that adds sort of fun element to it, and big celebrity element to it as well. And also, let's face Joe. Oh we've talked about this many times. It's it is slightly dark times out there in the real world. And if we want a little bit of escapism, and we want to have some fun, some joy, something that we can watch together with their families, and sort of just, you know, tune in and not think about some of the darkness out there. Game shows are a perfect way to just have some fun and bring the family together and forget our troubles. Right. And it plays into nostalgia to which is big in the old game shows continue to be highly watchable. There's an entire network as I've talked about several times here on buzzer. And by Twitter feed regularly, I haven't heard about that buzzer, a channel at you. You life. Yes, be used easy. Are you should check it out? It's on all sorts of digital platforms including stir TV, and you can get it on dish network, and it's just it's game shows twenty four seven they're celebrating their four year aniversary this month with a whole bunch of special programming. And you can see the originals inspired a lot of ABC favors and it works for Fremantle, which owns the buzzer network is producing these revivals for ABC. And his airing the reruns on buzzer. So Fremantle is really great job of sort of taking this old, intellectual property, and making sure it feels continually fresh and I'm curious to see if other networks step up to the plate. And if we don't see, for example CBS bringing back. It's a prime time prices right specials which they did a few years ago jeopardy primetime special would see natural. And let's not forget that this summer marks twenty years since who wants to be a millionaire premiered on ABC and change the world forever with the idea of reality TV. It's a little ironic that that show actually has been cancelled in, in daytime. But nonetheless, I don't think we've seen the last of that franchise one other thing. Joe by the way speaking of the renaissance of game shows, I think we, we noticed that it was coming back when the game show network, which had changed his name to GS n to sort of move away from game shows rebranded once again as game show network game shows are back, baby. Thanks, joe. Thank you, Mike. That's joy Dalia. And I'm Michael Schneider a variety..