17 Burst results for "Beakman"
"beakman" Discussed on 40 Going On 14
"Bill nye head now my impression of bill nye the science guy nowadays seeing it again that it vaguely reminds me of somewhere between the msg three k. And mythbusters like mythbusters took their cue like at our gaggy bitty but there's actual science. They're like things to learn in a fun way. Here's somebody that obviously probably watching bill nye as a kid was Alton brown. I could see that out. Brown's probably the same age as him. Maybe and brown see if love. He'd know that you don't put apples into sweet potatoes. That's right you fuckers carcass trash home. My mom's still insists. That was like a thing that people did not people your brother. Yeah no it said they said to do that. It's like mom. You don't even have an internet to blame that on. There's bill nye the science guy ersan. And then there's bill nye the science guy which is a totally different persona. He's always wearing the blue lab coat wearing a bow tie and he was in laboratories and he had some really good intros. And like josh said there is a lot of actual science. Going on there. they also had the parody songs. So what did you think of josh. I'm a huge fan of bill. Nye seeing his transition from someone with an interest in science and entertainment To way moving beyond next leveling being a science education advocate he's still doing stuff Back in two thousand eight he was a co host of a show on The planet green network called stuff happens no goal and he is responsible for the one and only time. I've ever tuned into dancing with the stars which was awesome. Yeah yeah that was. That was pretty sweet. The at did you watch it missing. Pieces of it. Yeah wasn't like a huge follower. But i did see shows here and there. I've always liked him as a person right. I mean like like you said josh earlier. The humor is a lot. Less like clawing and in your face was just a lot more almost adult like against then beakman's world will. They also aimed a lot higher with the science on this one..
"beakman" Discussed on 40 Going On 14
"Smart bill nye is kind of the bridge. She's a twin then a shower missing. I don't know what it is but it's something that's missing from this list. What do you think. Apparently a secret chest a hattrick has left the building. Patrick is gone. I ever second to Hello back did you leave via secret passage. What did you hear this time. It sounded like you climbed into a secret passage that was adopted science bitches. So so what do you think is missing joel. That math is hard. I don't know it seems like there's something that should be there. And i don't know what it is. It's weird though. Let me bring the at. Because i just joke here. Oh good. that's not acceptable science. This is the doppler effect. Your science is had to do a better All right well yeah. Let's give me a headache. Sorry ill nine Started out rows reading about the actual person of bill. Nye not does not the persona bill. Nye the science guy but Bill nye actually started out on a saturday night. Live style tv. Show really calm really. He began while he started working at boeing where he was a Hydraulic what is hydraulic pressure. Resonance person he work. He worked for boeing in seattle and he started his professional entertainment in a sketch. Comedy television show in seattle called almost live and during the show he corrected. The pronunciation of the hosts said Gigawatt and he corrected him to say gigawatt an eastern the question. Will you guys turn those. Who are you bill. Nye the science guy and that stuck and after that point that's what he stayed with he actually also did live actions he was named else. Remember back to the future of the animated show. No nope get. Hey there were there were portions of it inside. There was like segues between the beginning and ending the show. Where doc brown played by christopher lloyd would come and do science bill. Nye was his non speaking lab assistant. Yeah i remember. I was in high school I think we all would have been in high school while that was on saturday mornings. Oh yeah so he never. He never spoke but he was like he was like the the teller to Christopher lloyd pen and right now you go to disney bill. Nye is everywhere in epcot and in future world or future land or whatever it's called He does a lot of voice overs for disney seeing that Bill nye the science guy was actually funded by disney when it came out and they own him now they do. He's actually as animatronic now and he'll be released hours. That's there's a lot of comedy in bill nye's disney channel show as well but it didn't take me the same way the beakman's world stuff does and i think it's because it's all treated seriously in a one of the things i noticed when a checking out the comedy bits. It seems like the comedy. Bits are geared towards incorrect assumptions. About scientific thinks usually if they're doing a funny bit it's about something that's wrong. Science itself is not the joe lampooning league ignorance of people. Yeah yeah yeah well. That's and the pseudoscience episode was the highlight of that also with him. I'm going to open this door with my mind. And he's he does always got a kid floating by dressed up as a great crespin also. Did you guys watch the pseudoscience wind. It yeah what's the name of the guy that should showed up on josh. The magician o the the kid..
"beakman" Discussed on Factually! with Adam Conover
"A little bit more about what it was like to shoot the show itself and it's a little bit it's almost like inside baseball because i also you know make a make a show like this but but i love the interplay between you and the other performers on the show i know there are a number over the years is so tight and wonderful to watch it seems like i must have been a huge amount of fun to do it yeah we pretty much laughed all day long and goofed around just had a really nice relaxed atmosphere the set was opened people wanna ran off the lot hung out and yeah you know the prop guy i used comedian also and ranjan kuo's against name and he would he would make a suggestion for a gag because he was ray he was the hand the came amen anxiety ver- you're you're running gag raihan me that like screen producer arm yeah and he would always have his pinky elevated through everything with a flourish and he would make suggestions and he told me on the next show he went onto he made a suggestion and the producers said one more suggested in your you're fired so it was not you know we were open to anything it was a lot of fun and then the cast lesser the rat was played by a puppeteer up tear like like me not hired as actors hired a gigolo around so puppet and here's a harvard educated guy guy you put him a giant rat suit yeah showed up expecting to do this puppet yeah and j in the course of developing the show down wanna pop before what's the papa going to do it's just going to be cut to he's going to have some jokes some lame joke in cutback it's not helpful and i'm puppeteer i'm dedicated to puppetry but you only want puppets when you need them yeah and it was a bad idea so he said let's put it this guy in rat suit not a rap but a guy in a rack suits yeah and so he showed up expected to pop and we said well no actually you you're going to be in this suit and that was quite a shock for him but sleeping they really grew into it and he was incredible there's a there's like a subversive quality to the show as well that you know it's not what is a is not mister wizard right it's not a squeaky clean science your psychic is a guy in a red suit who's like disgusting there's all sorts of bodily noises kids love that kind of thing i was just watching a clip today where you encourage kids to do a demo at home where they swabbed sweat from between their toes and put it in a you know sort of medium of like a of jello grow stinky foot smell and the only concession you make is don't open in your house but because it creates this jar of like a horrible aroma it's disgusting disgusting demo to do but like what a fun thing to tell children to do like the guy who created the character jok church you did that add experiment because he he got an idea to create a comic that would run in the newspaper right that he created ex yeah you can with beekman a jax and it was syndicated in over three hundred newspapers and it was the first comic that was created on a mac mac according to him and he did it for many many years and he'd have experiments and things you could do at home and one of them was this thing with the with the toes and when he opened the door and took a whiff he instantly threw up is probably why august said yeah but a lot of that sort of he he's like a very radical queer eccentric artists and his kind of rejectionist attitude came came through in the comic there was a little tinge of sort of anarchy and questioning authority began across in the comic more so than the TV show on that so fascinating that such just seminal kids program was essentially created by a bunch of avant garde you know weirdos in that way or you no not you know people who are don't didn't at the time represent you know the sort of conservative mainstream american can media approach that was so prevalent on kids tv maybe that's part of the success of this yeah yeah i yeah if you're coming from the weird land than you're gonna end up with some weird shit i mean the thing about mister wizard i was not a fan as a kid and when he was asked about nine is show on my show he says i don't understand why they have to be funny and i don't really have response i mean how do you respond to that yeah i watch mr wizard as a kid with that bums me out that he would i mean i guess if you're a real periods like the science should be enough but you know everything's better if it's funny yes agreed that's you know that's our credo i mean got to have the jokes did you have favorite demo you ever did that to filmar almar oh this is exactly like when people ask me what my favorite thing to ruin was so maybe that's a frustrating question but what do you what do you think about i'd love going up the nose aw go you're doing a show on snot in early episodes and and we we had three women on the show alana a you bach and eliza schneider sent the moses mrs. alana's season the first season and and she i'm covering snot i'm waving my hands around at some point some snot came off my hand like went into her eye does this whole slow-burn taking his snot out of her i that served and it's pretty classic but and it was never advised moment because there's no it's always seem so specific yeah well we had a rule that no matter what goes wrong you have to keep going yeah because a lot of time these bloopers or mistakes would end up in the cut and plus it was just more fun to try to dig yourself out of a hole all yeah like we do on stage all the time yeah and to see where it goes a real moment is always beats a scripted moment every time so yeah if you roll through it you might have gold there yeah and also i used to whenever i got gung dunked on me i made sure that when i gestured that my hands would stop very abruptly really so the slime would end up on the crew because they are all laughing they all think it's hilarious i was like okay man you're gonna get it now and so would it would fly all over the place but jason so if you're going to do show on snot like how would you do that and i said well we should go up the nose i said you know build a carter and puts cover coverage snot i'll be like an astronaut and he got the idea using the sauna two you know for pouring concrete foundations and we did a whole nasa thing and it has is matt sued the nose hairs were boom bristles man and we had seven hundred dollars worth of industrial hollywood snot in there and it was all covered bubble wrap and and i remember the snot like squishing between my toes in the in the suit and then they left me in there art and they took a five and i don't know how they forgot about me but it was actually running at era couldn't really breathe and i'm gonna let guys is could somebody get me out of here executive whose is like a half mile away listening to the feedings office sort of panicked i i love down down much oft- how often you as a kid i think the ones that stuck with me the most are the ones where you seemingly put yourself in harm's way where you do a demo where there's like a bowling ball hanging from a rope like on a pendulum and you'd hold it up to your face and let it go and to prove that you know because of whatever the the laws of thermodynamics the the ball is going to be able to come back and smack you in the face and the other character terrified beekman you're gonna kill yourself his bowl it's gonna break your face open or the one that i just rewatch watch today where you know you you build an arch and demonstrate the keystone and i specifically remember this you know i remember the segment before i went back and looked at it on you too you demonstrate how arches built how the keystone works and then stand on top of it and like bring spikes below and like there's a special angle on the spikes wchs everyone's like oh no spikes like all of that drama makes mix the information stick right yeah i mean for me me the scariest thing was when we had a lion on the show and wow the lion was behind me and then there's me and then this the camera camera and behind the camera is the trainer and he's got like a porterhouse steak on a stick waving back and forth over the camera and the lion's head is as like baba back and forth looking at the stake and i'm between the the lion in the steak and trying to demonstrate with well i i i was talking about lions i guess i mean i don't remember and i don't care if i was just like and we didn't do i think we did one take hake of of everything because i was really it was really unnerving do you think do you think a show like like yours is something the thing that could or would be produced now 'cause i notice a you know a dearth of of of that kind of programming on television now why why do you think that is well the show cost between two hundred twenty five something like that episode a-as today's standards but that was years ago right but nobody's gonna spend that kind of the money on a kid show unless there's heavy merchandising associated with yeah i mean maybe i'm wrong i'm not involved in the TV business but that's my understanding yeah they're just not making live action shows inexpensive shows a lotta clip shows on the rest of it was the show is mandated by the children's television act in nineteen ninety one the local television stations wanted to get their licenses renewed they had to have a certain amount of educational or informational programming winning a certain number hours two and a half hours or something like that so you know the networks being super creative they said well the smurfs you know or the the flintstones don't teach kids about the past and the jetsons about the future and that you know the smurfs teach kids about being blue well tell me okay i know that in addition to beakman's world you're also master puppeteer tell me about that work i'm so curious well i've been in doing this since i was nineteen and it's allows me to do all all the characters and the solo show so it's perfect for mega maniacal lunatics and puppeteers you you know we traditionally right our shows and build them in design them we do everything i do i avenue artistic partner lynn jeffries who helps move all that we collaborate and do so these things but it's great because you can create whole world with puppetry you can create anything you want and have anything happen i can go to mars as you know for nine dollars or just hot glue a rocket ship to a popular ticket and have it go through the frame or whatever so tell me more about the found objects work as i'm again again so you know fascinated by the idea of taking something inanimate and giving it you know a spirit and a voice and that seems like such a you know elemental part of performance generally and as a perform as a comedian i'm i'm really interested in these other performance traditions how does that how does that worked me more about it while i had worked in britain shows pockets were generally beautifully sculpted bena designed by schumann and i thought well is not enough jokes and i wanted to be more crass and more jokes and and i thought god the found objects i was inspired in part by his using a chair in a show about jesus of nazareth where jesus jesus is played by a giant puppet by a woman and at one point it's a chair and he's the chairs being whipped in this scene and i thought oh that's interesting and that just got me into this this thing of oh objects so i collected a bunch of crap and i made a show called a world of plastic and that was in seventy seven then i went on to make many others about had one that sort of had a three mile island scene where i used blenders for the cooling towers and i had loads that i put him with soap so they overflow and they make this big mess and it's almost sounds like a beekman escalate onstage demo except you're doing it about its political commentary on a nuclear disaster yeah i mean there was a lot of crossover with us and the thing that's interesting about the objects in interesting about puppetry in general you it's it sounds konia weird but the puppets really tell you what do you don't get to tell them what to do really build stuff into them that allows them to do things but once you get going with them and you start digging around they are going to tell you what they can and can't do what they wanna do constrained trained by the physical nature of the puppet in terms of what it can what what it's capable of yeah they can't do everything they can only do a limited amount of things in this power in.
"beakman" Discussed on Factually! with Adam Conover
"What are the welcome to factually i'm adam conover and we have a bit of a different episode for you this week a little bit of a change of pace but before i explain in what way it's different i'd like to take you down a little trip down memory lane early nineties i was a huge fan of children's educational educational television i i know i know it's a big surprise coming from the guy who doesn't educational comedy show wearing brightly colored outfits but i used to eat up shows like bill nye the science guy where on earth is carmen sandiego and especially beakman's world i don't know if you remember beakman's world it was a show that combined cutting edge special effects puppeteer hiring and comedy to illustrate complex scientific concepts for kids there was even a dude in a rat costume who burp and farted i love this show it perfectly we spoke to my nine year old sensibilities now you'd think a show like that would just succeed in the cutthroat marketplace of children's television because of how great it was right i mean kids like to learn and they like farting rats so it should have been an easy sell well it wasn't until recently that i found out beakman's world and many of your favorite kids educational occasional shows like it that you remember from growing up wouldn't have existed at all if not very particular law passed by congress see in the late eighties there was very very little educational programming on children's tv and what programming there was to put it plainly sucked ass i mean seriously go back and watch one of those opposed classics a GI joe a transformers or a gummy bears you'll see shows that are badly animated designed purely to sell toys with incredibly long commercial breaks because kids kids would watch anything right including tons of commercials for toys based on the exact show they just watched now if you think that shoving loud aggressive ads odds down the eye holes of impressionable children without even giving them a good show in return sounds exploitative in gross well legislators in the late late eighties would agree with you and that is why congress passed the children's television act of nineteen ninety which did two things i it put strict limits on and how many minutes of commercials children's broadcast TV could have very good step and secondly it required networks to include genuinely educational children's children's programming on their schedules so suddenly we went from a world in which if you tried to pitch a show about science to a broadcast network they'd probably say hey get the fuck outta here how are we going to sell robot robot toys with that science crap to one where suddenly every network was suddenly scrambling to buy educational shows that met the new mandate and it was shows like commitments world bill nye and others that rose to fill that market now look i'm not gonna say this was a perfect law as with most regulations that were a lot of unintended the negative side effects too a lot of networks tried to get around the rule by making crappy quasi educational shows like for isn't a variety show hosted by brazilian actress model recording star in businesswoman shusha not a lot of good material for the growing brain there but the fact remains that these networks needed a nudge from the federal government to know what was good for them and put on at least some of the educational shows kids turned out to love again these shows turned out to be hits that law law is literally the only reason that bill nye and beakman's world were on the air at all today though things have changed see that law only affected acted broadcast stations that use the public airwaves it had no jurisdiction over cable television and definitely non over the internet which hadn't even really become popular yet and since those places cable and the internet are where the majority of kids watch their content today once again we're in a world where the majority of what kids you're watching is crappy content that serves adult pocketbooks far more than it does there growing brains except of course the nickelodeon kids show that i hadn't hosting the crystal oh maze which just remind you premiers january twenty fourth on nickelodeon that show is very quality police watch it but look that brings me the topic of today's show like i said it's a little bit different normally on this show we have scholars experts other smart folks on to blow your mind with a revelatory things they know today though i wanted wanted to bring on one of the artists who inspired and taught me so much and blew my mind so much when i was growing up and artists that i didn't really realize how much influence my a own style until i went back and watched his work and figured out how deeply my work is influenced by his i'm just gonna come out with it i'm talking about beekman himself himself or paul's aloom the actor who played beekman for so many years he was gracious enough to join me on the show today in this interview we eat into paul's life his career what it was like making a classic children's educational television and i try to contain my nervousness and excitement talking to a former idol of mine in whose footsteps i am following so like i said a bit of a change of pace but fear not i'm not turning the show into an infotainment version of mark barron's podcast and we will be back next week with more fascinating fascinating expert interviews and before we get into it i'd like to share with you a couple of tour dates on january eighteenth i will be at the san francisco sketch fest with khloe hillyard opening for me and and on january thirtieth i'll be performing at the irvine improv in lovely irvine california if you want to consider those shows go to my website adam conover.
"beakman" Discussed on Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?
"All right so we are covering for this episode. Our guest is Sammy Hunia. Who's also so our producer you mind semi everywhere on the Internet? Shook the description of this episode. I mean like you guys now how it goes at this point but anyway anyway. We're doing seven things to do before I'm thirty. I wanted to do a little Rom com moment this is filed on IMDB under comedy drama and fantasy which sounds right. It's definitely a fantasy. Sure of someone. Yeah definitely But basically weekly the IMDB. Summary says. Laurie Madison is a young woman turning thirty returns to her Colorado hometown discovers childhood list of seven things to do before she turns earns thirty and finds that she has yet to achieve any of them. So Laurie sets on a frantic and humorous quest to accomplish some before thirtieth birthday. Just three weeks away away. All right great. This is what the movie is but it so much more than that. It's this is made in two thousand tate. Do you know what movie this reminds me of like the style of it or the entire movie. Just if you were to walk away away with the vibe of like this is a lifetime version of a certain movie Oh is it thirteen going on thirty. I honestly think it's five hundred as as of summer. Go on. I'll tell you why there's this weird quirky retro style that they're trying to work in for the lead in the whole time hi most notably though her I guess. I don't know the guy who wants to love her but that she can't love knows her Favorite Song because why she sang in an elevator. The first time they met Okay so I WANNA ask you five hundred days of summer what are you you have to tell me because I figured it out. Okay and I know who y'all are stealing from where it's coming from where it's going and that's because I put in the work so oh I will say that we do you understand what I'm saying though now I think your little bit. It's very lake. This is the beginning of Manic Pixie Dream Girl Central for America League or Don Garden State. Right you're not yet hit five hundred days of summer America's a real L. Boehner for a weird girl and this girl is weird in the way that like you know it's very read it like not that kind of girl all layoffs weird where it's like. Okay it's actually not that strange to not prefer you know what some fucking basic check reads Cozma Osmo actually half the female population university. Mian right. Yeah I get that. So it's very not that Kinda girl it's very you know this is like that. It's like the Anti lifetime movie where she's not that pretty but here's the thing? The lead is fucking stunning. If anything I mean not Michelle Trachtenberg is is that Oh my God. You're so right dude. I was like screaming. I was like this is not not Michelle Trachtenberg convert. She has someone else in her face too though. And I can't figure out who it is but you're so right now that I open it Amber Benson. Yes No. I don't affiliate Amber Benson should have this movie held against her and incapacity and it does seem like she works. It seems like her work has picked up over the last two thousand eighteen eighteen two thousand nineteen calendar year. But I. I don't know I mean I don't know. I think this is just an acting role that you need to say no to someone to do it. But it's very I'm quirky I don't I don't have anything about my life together but leg. She like I it just it. was that right. Mixture surprised lifetime caught that lightning in a bottle though. Oh sure that's like that's like that's like them coming out with like shade of get out. I see yeah they they need like Doug your hooks until they can emerging like sort of John Reid that would define a generation which is the whole eternal Sunshine Manic Pixie like five hundred days of Summer Garden State. Like you name it all I see. Yeah okay so I feel like this is their version of that but again this is sort of in the vein of like I me wed or Queen sized where. It's just sort of opens up a little Bob like an overly done Like credits which reminds me very much of a very brady movie or something like that. I like sort of seventies floral. Yeah it just I. I yelled like in the first two seconds when it started. I was like no. It was not having a but at the same time it was between this and the bad twin and I still am glad you picked this good you. It was really light. It was a romp billing the league. Also there's a lot to get mad at a very bad so it's Yeah it's basically like a like a little lifetime Rom Com like movie which I find to be the the most frustrating and I feel like I want to explore that in season six maybe season. Six's knee discovering. Why these make me so angry but yeah So we're GONNA just go into this I should say that all of the title is in lower case. Yeah that for the numbers very very upset and the I. What do you think that is? Is that Tumbler culture. What is that the only the I I am as I I? I don't know I think that somebody just like forgot how titles work I don't know I think when someone goes all lower case that's a that's always as a an aggression will maybe it's because this list of hers was written when she was a kid and she didn't know so her grammar sucked yeah. Maybe that's generous Chris. I honestly feel like it's much more insidious than that I feel like this is some sort of Internet troll on us but it is only also two thousand eight. I wish I wish I knew like the exact weekend this came out. I feel like this is capitalizing on an era that I was very much the victim of okay so I will also say now initiative then came to me and I was watching this short also I was watching some people and they like just the way it's shot made me feel like it was already washes just with people I had to. But it's shot like an alternative children's program like Beakman's world. Oh yeah that's a good call and somebody else knows Beakman's world but somebody else so good yeah belly somebody somebody else said that. It looked a little bit like but I'm a cheerleader. Just the way that the the colors are especially in the beginning. I don't think I've seen but I'm a cheerleader. Anyway let's play fifteen to eighteen and just sorta let you know this is going to be fun quirky She's going to be I. Guess what we don't know yet that I didn't know when I started my notes but will we will know. Is that like. She's on some sort of blurred out background now. In the more we get to know her. The more that background will sort of come into focus and we're GONNA learn about where she's at right now but she's speaking directly to camera in her voice overs usually and There used used lake writing. The voice over was necessary to set up the movie but throughout the rest of the movie. It's used as almost an afterthought oh good which is lazy writing. I okay but like no offence. Actually no truly no offense to Duane pool fool who will see what else green Wayne Wayne will while you're looking at that. Did this movie remind the beginning being remind you of the truth about Jane starts with the video starts with Jane talking directly to camera. Yeah I guess so bird like. Here's my life wait. Let's start with the beginning like all of that shift about James like this is the last movie you know what I forgot. I totally forgot brought about that. And you're exactly right. It's such like it's the tool. It's the tool if you need to tell a fucking story and get it done in one hundred twenty seven minutes that the way you tell the story crazy okay but yeah. No dwayne is written a lot. I will say he's written wedding at Graceland. Oh big hit a hallmark. It looks like he also was a staff writer on hotel. The love boat lottery the biscuits. What the fuck is the biscuit? Would the children's cartoon okay. So yeah I mean Oh Laverne and Shirley in the army. He wrote that in the eighties. Okay so our man's been around for a while I have to say I do love the idea of Duane. Poole deciding that he's going to write his own manic pixie dream girl like his. I Dunno I guess late forties early fifties. I would assume maybe mid fifties based on the timeline. That's a move. Who Do you think Dwayne is Dan? Ear Michael Oher. Think Duan's all of them. I think it's much darker than that. I think they might be Laurie. But also but also like lawry's mom. There's a little bit of jewel in there. WHO's The I'd only I've ever had in character more than Joel? I wrote down it like halfway. Maybe a third page it. Goes you jewel a bunch. Oh my whole thing is very the explicit about Joel Skidoo our first part fifteen seconds to to eighteen. I love happy endings. Fairytale Jerry tell kind ever after I mean when I see a movie and I know that it ends with a kiss or a wedding I can sit back and enjoy all the surprises leading up to it and the thing is life isn't always like a movie. Sometimes life is only well life. You just have to live is best. You can and relax even if the group can't his name is Dan Heart. We met in high school and I knew right from the start he was going to be my personal happy. But I'm getting ahead of myself. Maybe I better start the beginning. Our Little Girl Lori stop please. Could we just stop right there. And not only because because my mom gave away a middle name that I've never really cared for. This is way too far back. We need to fast forward about thirty years braces Summer Camp Past College. Mrs Erm Clarke from Twin Falls Idaho to inform you that you've been chosen receive the reunite nine one of our many five stars..
"beakman" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Were stood at chance against these veteran amazing race teams, especially considering the dominance that some of these came in with, but I would say victory, Nicole stood by far the best chance of it happening. Maybe we can talk down the line as to how we thought victory, Nicole would do in the final leg. But I mean they're average is absolutely nothing to sneeze at. And the fact that they were able to hold their own against some of the biggest and most bombastic teams and amazing as history and still emerge with not even a consistent relationship, but a stronger relationship so much so that Victor proposed like three months later, I think definitely says something about the two of them. Okay. Anything else on Nicole in Victor here at the final four. Ready to move onto Detroit. Let's do it. Our final leg is to Detroit, and it's often Michigan, we find out that it is a stomping grounds of Tyler in Corey, Mike. If you're one of the other teams that drive you nuts when it's like what their hometown? Great to be fear. Wasn't there hometown? They're both from Michigan state in Tyler say he's been to Detroit a few times, mostly through the airport. So there's a difference between that and what the beakman's able to utilize in season, twenty one but I mean also we talk about the hometown blessings, but more so more often than than not, and just can speak to this as well. I think there's more of a hometown curse. We saw this all the way back in season. One where Franken Margarita, I believe lived in queens, ended up losing essentially their own neighborhood. So it doesn't necessarily pretend well. Well, when you landed an area that you were familiar with considering that you're not doing things that you're familiar with. Just do we have a five hole like term for that. I don't think we do. I think we just call it the hometown. I think it has come up. I remember distinctly talking about this. I would say back in the Bates and Anthony era where we discussed. Yes, back, the good old days of Bates, and Anthony were one of them had played professional hockey in Washington DC, which was last stop and did that help them. And we couldn't even tell if it helped me I it's a mixed bag, but I do think sometimes hubris, get the better of you. If you're going someplace that you've been a lot, like I think, Franken Margarita is the classic example of that. But I also think if you play it smart, it can help you and also if it's just like the big crumbling city that your airport is in and you don't actually go anywhere in the city. It's not gonna help you that much Mike. I thought that there was some poetry here from Colin when he talked about last time. We did the race. We had youth on our side. Now we have wisdom. Is that the new survivor season youth versus wisdom? View versus. I think that that was probably what to. Fifteen years, yet from Nicaragua. Fob ios real zen now he's, he's on the wisdom side. Maybe. Maybe the little dubiously so. But the medallion empower has now turned into a crystal like we're going full e into that, now the cone taking over survivor. Okay. Just also worth noting, the Afghan animals hold all the longevity records on the amazing race. Should wondering is this the new curse? Just once you get the record for lunch and the amazing race you're doomed to fail. I'm maybe I don't know. I don't think correlation implies causation here. Rob, I can't they just it wasn't their day. All right. What are you going to do? Four the teams arrived in Detroit Michigan, and they had to head on over to the spirit of Detroit. Just it seemed like that. There was a lot of taxi cab issues. We're going on especially for Colin Chrissy. I didn't.
"beakman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Big is the universe? Where are we in the cosmos? Stars. And most of all. The universe. That's the host Sahana schone vaccine and she joins us now. Welcome. Hi, thanks for having me high. So you're in school you're in university. Yes, ma'am. So I'll be graduating in may from UT. That's really exciting. What are you studying? I'm studying film radio television, film, fantastic. Okay. So I guess as we know getting young girls interested in stem is vital to getting women working in stem and seeing a young woman like yourself talking science. Seems like it was deliberate. They wanted to sort of encourage that in young girls. Yeah. Exactly. A lot of people compare the show like Bill Nye or beakman's world, Adam ruins, everything and all of those included a male host. So when we see that it could be discouraging for a young girls who are very interested in going into stem fields or are steam, which incorporates art into engineering and science. I've heard you get a lot of mail from young fans. What do they say? Oh, yeah. It's so sweet when I get mail or or messages, they talk to me about stuff like seeing a woman talk to you about signs and stuff is very encouraging for young girls. And they message me about that. And then I also have women of color Indian young girls who tell me that they're interested in going into acting, and this is inspirational for them. Yeah. It's really cool to hear about that. Well, needless to say, I came across this because I've got a six year old daughter. Who absolutely loves you. And she was so excited that I was going to talk to you. And she asked me to send you a message. Here's. I love I love how you say. And I lock rain child every day. And I'm really interested.
"beakman" Discussed on Poop Culture
"To. All right, Mike, where we going next this popular science fiction show was the first to receive the TV MA rating, doctor who Mr. wizards world beakman's. Bobby's world. Bobby gingy, X files that was the first one. That's a little known fact, it's the first show to have a TV a rating, no shit in jealous for this episode started from the episode October eleventh nineteen Ninety-six you had the episode called home, which was based on incest. It's kind of like a like the hills have eyes mixed with porn hub. Give me a movie with like a quadriplegic? Oh, born on the fourth of July splash. Yeah. Both of those put together with. Basically, it's this incestuous family that lives up in the mountains that they all fucked their mom, which is a deformed quadruple amputee, and she just lays in his bed and just has sex with them and spits out kids. So it's a ripoff of Roseanne. I was thinking what's eating Gilbert? Grape. That happens in the episode actually boilers if you don't like gross images, don't watch this episode. It's got a lot of like weird sex stuff in it perfect violence chilling that, but it's one of those things like even if you're not into that you have to watch the entire episode just to see what goes on. But it it's they didn't air it at first. But then they put it on. And you can obviously watching anywhere. It's on DVD in shit. Yeah. That's a show. I can honestly say I never got into the x files I've tried several times, and I just can't get into it. Yeah. Well, this one if you wanna start start here, it's then going out and they're trying to hunt down the killers of like deformed infant. Well, that's the thing. You know, I I've never been able to get into it. But you got me sold when he said fucking deformed mom. A quadruple amputee come on. Okay. Sorry, I'll be more respectful next, gently used mom. I believe their last name. It was the peacock family. Also, I'm not gonna put up pretty for sure they were the peacock bass sound like folks that are really into wind chimes in their front yard. Oh, yeah. But they're like empty cans right in flatten speeds and forts. They got a lot of like very colorful bottles on sticks. When out of two liter bottles that spin whole front lawn is filled of gold dryers and washing machines. This is seventy four Pinto and they're eighty five dots and Chevy truck that never ran claw foot bathtub or the transmission in it. Right. Random coffin..
"beakman" Discussed on My Brother, My Brother And Me
"You'll you'll get a you'll get you'll get a little light that blinks when it's time to wrap up. I think my would be like Arabi chill. I know. This is weird. But then I would just write Beekman greater sign pointing towards big win. Bill, my 'cause I wanna get it out there that I think Beekman was the superior show beakman's world was a lot better than Bill Nye the science guy out of it on TV, and I just wanna say that was better. But there's going to be like there's going to be like a a four year old living in like Turkey. Who's like, I don't know what the fuck you're talking about God voice now unless now not in Spain though in spe in Spain and Latin America, they're gonna go nuts for it. Because they don't know they love they love is world that he it's not. It's not a message that just reaches Latin America just into the world and gotta have something for everyone. What about everybody lean to the left, and we see if we throw off the world's rotation fun. That can be cool everyone. Hey, everyone. I know this is weird but be chill about it. But guess what? Just freakin hug, that's the love language that spreads across all the world. And. Very likes hugs grooving the out. Yeah. Yeah. You're right. Maybe like a knowing nod. Hey, everyone nod at your friend. This is why this is weird. So sorry to intrude give it knowing nod to nearby person. I worry though, if we end up with like, a simultaneous worldwide nod vowed would also throw off the world's tation. I'll tell you everybody. Everybody pick a random numbers seconds. And then nod at each other. Yeah. That way we can stagger. It, you know, it could be really cool. If you could be like, hey, everybody. I know. This is scary. But everything's gonna be okay. But listen us feature says what? What about like? Hey, everybody. I know this is weird but be chill party derricks. And then everyone the world would implode like there would be a sinkhole at Derek's house. 'cause all what there's like wait seven Griffin. They would. No, I think they would written. No, you're intent you're racist. Say like party at Derrick Fs. I am. Okay. You know, what guys? I'm I'm probably thinking too much about this because starting to come around to this being extremely good question yet for show. What I would if you have the ability to see it's not like there's this concept of of if you point to traffic at a website. They're not ready for it. You're going to like melt the yells the whole site. I feel like you could do that to anything with the world's attention. Like, there's nobody. Yes. Individually that's going to build a withstand complete like world attention, which is what you would get. I think with this sort of. Like, you're saying this bobbing. We could not we could not accomplish anything specific or explicit is what you're saying. Because anything we directed the world's attention to. So it has to it has to be some sort of general message of mental wellbeing that. It also feels like it would have to be an inception kind of thing. I don't think we could say like everyone being nice. I think it would have to be like, for example. Maybe you have like a product that. You wanna go viral? You want the next pause or you want? You have the next like beanie babies or let's say like pet rock pet rockabilly. Great example. Okay. You could send everyone a moment of saying. Like haven't you always wanted a pet that doesn't wonder off? But this is going to travel like really not listening because this would destroy the pet rock industry. If all people on earth got horny for it. Like we run out of pet row. Yes. So it has to be can I give you guys? A maybe they answer this..
"beakman" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"Is better because everybody's adopting net. Phoenix Suns, golden, stay more possessions, high tempo, just get the. Get more three pointers like it's just a different game. It's fun for the fans to watch shootouts. It's been fun to see Klay fifty see Steph get fifty CD rose. Give fifty just these shoot outs have been fun for basketball to watch. I don't think there's less defense think there's more possessions guys want to get out there and run more every team wants to run and push the tempo because they have more athletes in the game right now. So I wouldn't say beakman's is out of it. Because there's still some defenders ABC's still controlling it. Still a defender Klay still defending. It's just that you have to defend it's no more half courts. No more hold the ball for twenty four seconds five passes. No, they're like, we're gonna take the first good shot that we get threes or corner threes. We will run these lanes. We don't use our athletes more in this game. Right. Yeah. I'm a fan of it as well. And is good to hear NBA player. A former defender saying this is all good one by the numbers like we are grossly exaggerating. How much they're playing better offense. It's a six point difference than last year. So one oh six oh, it's too. Three pointers in a world where everyone is trying to be too, Dan Tony system because damn they had Golden State on the ropes of three two before injury to Chris Paul. Everyone's like, let's do the Dan Tony system case in point last night. Boston shoots fifty five three pointers. Guess what you probably gonna score some more points in that game. I'm looking at it as simple as this. No one goes to an NBA game is like, you know, what I really wanna see this grinded out miss some shots. Fleas? Oh, thank around. Then give me some deal sales wrong. There you kill russet. But. What is great bass you never I'm gonna go back to you ever wanted to see Scottie Pippen take somebody apart defensively. I enjoy I enjoy individual matchups Saint kuwa- go out there and defend the clone everyone, but I still wanna see one twenty somehow someway, make this add up because what you're saying is the new rule, which is the emphasis on freedom of movement. And this is how corny to sound. And this is what you agreeing with geared toward cutting down on arm wraps, grabbing and dislodging by ofensive and defensive players. Oh, Jason Whitlock SIS. Oh, you got to see the dislodging layers. But nobody wants to see that. Jason Jason what you if you change these rules, right? You don't see a guy a special talent like Steph curry evolved into what he is. Right. Because if you can hold him it just doesn't work for his game. You can hold them and be physical with him and knock him to the ground one two or three every peas right understand that because of the of the rules, and which is which is fair it it added abilities for him. To move cut to a bunch of things. Take the the strong defender big defender for ticket him out of the game pushing him to the floor and this has been good for basketball. The emergence of shooters like him has been good for basketball. Trae young comes along in that same in the same light. You get more shooters be able to play this game. And and have more effect on the game. Tell me ask you this Dante Bruce, bowling yourself. Do you guys feel like y'all have the same value in this way that you did previously? The value of the defender has always been something that was wasn't. You weren't paid. Like offense players aren't an offense players are always going to be paid. But we have less value in this league. Then you did you see guys who are or two way players who can guard the half court..
"beakman" Discussed on My Brother, My Brother And Me
"And there's a lot of that stuff share Scher Spiderman is becomes a spider, a tiny spider, and he does save a piglets life. Interesting told me about. Yeah. Is there anything wanna know? Well, I wanna know if you felt sort of guilty immediately after this interaction that you approached him and said, you were fan of the marvel universe, because I bet you Mark Ruffalo just always waiting for somebody to come up to him and ask them about the FOX catcher averse. Just sort of the extended FOX catcher. Diverse kids. All right. And he said, the kids are alright. And I said, I love how the spotlight of the mind goes on at Turnley. Yeah, yeah, yeah. And he got that. He thought that was very climbing. Yeah. And then I says, the science was in now you use one of the science guy and the nice ad. So what's up with Spiderman and purple faced guy, Mark rough, though. Science of? Uh-huh. Mara science. Okay. Did you how he played? I don't know if you guys remember the played Beekman and beakman's world be interesting. That was that was Paul's Aloom Jesus Christ tomato. Did you ask him how pre production? What's going on? Fourteen going on thirty one. Yeah, he going well. Okay. Like the, he asked to go through a lot of prosthetics to look that young again. I mean fourteen fourteen years old. Yeah, actually going on thirteen. Where he plays the thirty, but he didn't want a trial actor blame him because he thought that'd be weird and he was looking for a chance to be transformative like we talked about earlier. So he is playing the thirteen year old to share and he's like, I'm gonna go invest in some apple stocks. Yeah, should we do advice now we've done talked about wanna know anymore about mcgruff low in what he told me about the marvel cinematic universe in the direction they're taking it. I got to be lies from your own guys. They're going to do a vengeance babies. Yeah, yeah, for sure how many also locked in, but also avengers oldies where it's all of them in a retirement home together. Okay. Yeah, I don't hate it. Avengers teens and they're on like a Riverdale kind of thing. Yeah. And then adults, adults adventure avengers avengers vampires. Have you ever avenged even anything? It's just like aliens coming. Let's get them. You're not ventures. You're sort of Divi defenders. You You know what? know what I mean? I'm going to change the name to changing it to the defenders, and they're gonna do that retroactively in rerelease. All the move is for forty dollars. You can forty dollars. You can get defenders, but also it's going to be packaged with the Lord of the rings movies because they're trying not marvel cinematic universe. Defenders has the incredible mulk and Geyer guy. Now why would they change their names? Griffin. I don't know, man, I just really wanted to advice. I've been like excited to advice all week. I didn't think we'd get excited talk about Paul's Aloom and that went nowhere. That was a real Leadville real. By the way that shows huge Latin America, and you can see pictures of he still like down there. Grinding it out in the whig thing. All All right, right. huge on there. You gotta see folks get online, see pictures, appalls limb doing the Beekman things still washing kids. Latin American flipped their shit, two seconds like so rip so. So if you gotta meet TV affiliate Sundays at eight AM the fucking crank pigments world..
"beakman" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Yeah, we didn't have any of those healed eliminations or people rolling up hours and hours behind everybody else. It was a tight field competition very little margin for error, and I think the final three all really deserved to be there. And we saw some comparisons, especially when you do the math to average out the the average placement of each team and Adam coordinate come in behind the Beekman boys in terms of what their average placement per leg is. But ruinously when you think about if you compare them to the beakman's, this is not a Beekman team. There was no point where they were a full day behind the other team. James and odd machinations caught them up. So they'd all be on the same flight in the last leg which was kind of the case the Beekman. So I don't think there is anything we can say about Ataman coordinated stay. They deserve this win because they ran a great final leg. It was really well executed. And if they'd race like this whole time, we'd be complaining that they were the 'overdogs. Yeah, they, I mean, the fact that they got behind as far as they did and just were able to push through. And then the last challenge is always often as we saw with the beakman's. The last challenge can make a difference. This is still to me felt a little different because even if I look back not to go too far down that row, but you look back at that season with the beakman's. There was no Taylor. According on that season, you had a bunch of teams. What a few lays you're at the twenties you had the Chippendales, but there I look at that overall cast and not to pick on anyone. I don't think it was as strong as season two. So, and I think this feels like and not just because they. Call it heroes, but this feels like a real achievement for them to do it because it was hard to win legs beyond. I mean, you saw Todd nanna do in Atlanta and Martin answer Melissa, but really it was tough. This was a tough competition. So I feel like the way that they want solidified it even more because it was such a complicated final task. I put this final leg possibly if I'm ranking. All six of the final legs. I'd put this at number one just because most of the time when you have a final leg in an amazing race across the board. One team typically pulls ahead, never relinquish that lead throughout the duration of the legs so you can do to the first ten minutes, see who pulls a head and you know, that's the team that won. And this was not the case. This was brilliantly subverted in that Ataman Courtney came from behind after being forty, five minutes behind Taylor. Courtney ended up winning because they were really great at complicated final task and. I don't think you can ask for anything better out of a final leg. Right? And it was it was exciting even at the end where I kind of could sense what might happen, but it could also we've seen plenty of legs where a team gets ahead, then they have that, oh, the other teams in the catch up, they're going to catch up and then they don't. So the fact that they did it was like whole. This is interesting and also, yeah, because the only find finale and I don't think it was as good of an episode, but the only finale that's similar to this one is season one. Yeah. And now is the one where the Tim's got so lost and we're just so terrible for most of that final leg and most of the season in terms of their racing, I don't mean as people, but they got lost in the zoo. They were like behind, I believe they were the last team to get to the final task. I may be wrong and then Tim senior just destroyed it. But this even felt different than that one where Adam according were behind. But it's not like Dylan Kwami came back in one which would have been, I think more of the similarity that was a d. Recent finale, but this to me partially because I like the final three and found them to be a better final three. This felt like earned bore, and also that was sees a one so that they've the show has found way different ways to do things..
"beakman" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"And how was the babe count though? We got seven more babes. I think for basically averaging seven babes in episode two lot to it's Boyd, right. I don't even. I barely notice it during the episode, but I'm impressed. They're really that number is going up. Yeah, we're forty two babes. Wow. We got a question about this. I, yeah, I can't remember what I guess either, but Ruth Abraham on Twitter. Did notice that Nancy used the word babe a few times this week. So I think we're going to have to make an official ruling that other people saying, babe does not contribute to the bait count, Nancy. I'm sorry. I know you're trying to try to get involved being teamed. Damn. We want to have some solidarity but that babe is rejected. Although, if any other teams. Side to kiss each other. We can consider adding that, although really some of these teams probably shouldn't. Yeah. I don't know. You know, maybe just if they're really excited, you know. A friend lead. This is such a conversation. I was gonna say they don't the Celts really weird. It is really a weird all like a friendly cheek or something would. This is the point we've got done what we've done. This show the fourth season we've done together on this show. But yeah, I don't think that's going to happen. But if it does peel, please pointed out to us. Yeah. If somebody ends up kissing John. I mean he's a married man, but we'll still count that as well. Yes. Kissed the greeter guest. The task judge pull some Brooklyn Claire out and kiss everybody you run into. We want to. We want up that kiss count quite a bit because as it as it is now we're going to have to add some kind of multiplier onto it when I inevitably lose the kiss count bet. So what is the current number again? Can you remind me we're only at fifteen kisses? Well, I mean since Adam according of course they're going to win. We still have four legs left, but I'm getting a little nervous given their recent placements that we may have not have that long. You know they're hanging in there. Coming in second to last every leg, but they're still in it. They're still there so don't count them out. Dan, they could end up being that team that pulls it out in the end at wins it all they could beat them in their way to a stunning finish. And if that happens, they are gonna make out like there's no tomorrow. I will say though they have not finished last yet, so it would. I would put them if that did happen. I wouldn't put it on the level of the Tim's or the beakman's Ramey admire something. Thus far they have managed to defeat at least one team every week. So if that continues, we'll see what happens. Yes, much like you're going to defeat one person in the kiss count challenge. Yes, very similar. I am adamant Courtney and I we are all heroes. You are team Dan strong..
"beakman" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"I mean just to explain i mean she's been accused basically the parliament from seven from seven million euros between two hundred twelve thousand nine hundred hundred seventeen and how we would have been done if it was real she said it's not true at all so it's all but she said basically she would have forced or they would have forced any peace to hire people working for the party to hire them as assistant so they could use the earphones to pay them because about you having a lot of money issues were not able to pay them that's all alleged exactly just just finally as i mentioned in the beginning the national rally or the national front as it was known as before they have been undergoing a bit of a rebranding exercise that exercise being successful well i mean if they wanted to rebrand completed they would have changed a name quite different i mean the hornets uniroyal and awesome ramona's chanels the national front national rally mean they i mean you can you can hear the something here that's not different and and she's she's she's right ready the rebranding so that's the last last attempt so it i mean it's a no one is very is very is very deep of what's happening it's spelled overhaul in general but it didn't impress politically mobile once again thank you for joining us here on the briefing at here is what else is making news today turkey's president recipe air one has named his son in law barrett our bay raucous the country's new finance minister editor wants new five years fiveyearterm comes with sweeping powers which allow him to appoint who he likes but his opponents fear that he's executive powers will destroy turkish democracy the british prime minister theresa may's meeting her new cabinets it follows highprofile resignations over her brexit strategy which have left the uk government in crisis may was forced to carry out a reshuffle of her top team after boris johnson and david davis both quit the senior positions yesterday and scientists say they have discovered the world's oldest surviving biological colors from ancient rocks beneath the sahara desert it is thought that the beakman's are fossilized molecules which are produced by see organisms researchers believe they are more than a billion years old those are some of headlines we are following today this week the monocle on design team are exploring what makes a good workspace we asked a few members of our team here at midori house why it's still such an important draw for employers.
"beakman" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Facebook page or tweet us at one a mark tweeted beyond the usual avoidance of stereotypes sexism and violence i prize the absence of toyota elements things related to toys i think the inclusion of actual teamwork and cooperation and shows that don't prey on kids concrete operational stage i'm not sure i reckon recognized that phrase concrete operational stage but i do think i get mark's point in terms of not making shows that are just designed to sell toys we hear that so often from parents and i have to say apparent myself that's something that i was really i was really appreciative of for pbs even before i came to pbs and that is that when children watch pbs they don't come to the parents and ask for things it doesn't cause children to to demand material goods there are no commercials and more importantly i think what we're developing in children is the skills to be a good citizen instead of to be a good consumer and so i think that's one of the things that he's referring to their o p concrete operations as google is my friend right now it's part of piaget's theory of cognitive development which spans middle childhood characterized by the development of logical sought the concrete operational stage regis tweeted i lived off of sesame street and mister rogers neighborhood but shows like where in the world is carmen sandiego bill nye beakman's world and wishbone fueled my thirst for knowledge we will get more knowledge about how pvs kids does what it does with head of children's media education lesley wrote and bird we also welcome more of your questions and thoughts about which programs have made the biggest impact on you and your kids because let's face it year ending up watching a lot of children's programming with your kids so we'd love to know how it affects you to one a at w a m u dot org i'm joshua johnson you're listening to one a from wmu and npr.
"beakman" Discussed on Popcorn with Mitchell Davis and Jack Ferry
"So weird so shiny but even like robin gets knocked into a vat of some things like do there's home there's a there's batman pushes him in there even know what that is it could have been something to kill hit turn into the fucking joker about that was about women such a crazy yeah but it it it's like watching spiderman movie people keep getting bit by radioactive insects it's like like just do it yeah yes we got it the joker fell into a vat of chemicals and that's how i became the joker don't do it for literally every fucking character poison ivy becomes poison ivy because she's like a she gets pushed shit he's like an ecological like social let's talk about let's talk about poison ivy let's do this okay let's go into poison ivy so first off it's like we've got oma thurman not hot yeah and we have like a scientist let she's like kind of sharing the space with who i can only describe as a crash bandicoot villain oh yeah he's like video game he's like the perfect glasses that are like wonky the hair that has like just of white yeah he's got he looks he's like beakman's world or the perfect mad scientists he looks he looks insane he's got steam punk classes on for no reason i never use them all all because he's trying to create bane which i forgot was even in this fucking movie that bain ends up being like poison ivy like bodyman slash chauffeur's slash guard i've seen a million times never put it together.
"beakman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Want to impress they're gonna want to look for get looked for more playing time so probably in a situation like that you might be better off leaving the starters because they might not is hard you know what i'm saying i mean i've i've seen that in in football to college football when they run up the score need they take out everybody and and you know these guys you know this might be their only chance to play when they're playing some some some schools they're blowing out by sixty points but still it's at some point you know we don't have to score anymore i'm not saying you don't shoot but you don't you know we run the offense clock down to the end will we shoot because it's it's not competitive and guess what you play enough those eight games where they just blew people out you know i'm just going to pick a pick the eight one with the big scores it doesn't help your team to blow guys out really doesn't now you battletested if you're blowing guys out by by fifty points by by sixty points europe by forty points at the half you said you can't start the second why not beakman's already been established the other teams or at least not on your level but again so you know everybody wants to play i understand that but it so you you blow all these teams out and guess what what did he get you didn't get a championship this year and then get a championship last year and you know look at it's a great program.