18 Burst results for "Beau Jack"
"beau jack" Discussed on Recently Added
"Describe yourself help. Yeah I know but I have to do it so vampires really aren't my thing. I know there's a lot of people staying and I don't see a reason not to watch this if if what I said to you because it's a pretty fun version of it honestly honestly what. You did say appeals to me. Yeah but we're probably going to watch like seven or eight new things next week announce there's no way but I'm still on like custodes. Seven of scams just finish. Finish Beau Jack and I finished. Oh Wow Ultimate remember how I almost finish trinkets you. I'm an episode away been an episode away for years Dead Kids Oh brick Philippines Philippines dead kids if this title make you WanNa see it then. Maybe this is terrible tunnel film. The poor kids kidnapped the rich kids and then things go from bad to worse. Yeah trash making. They can cinema. I'm sorry they don't have the resource. They don't have it not good the first temptation of Christ. This is from a youtube channel. Yeah you mentioned that here and sequel to the last hangover. That was another one. That was us. Jesus shows up to his thirtieth birthday with boyfriend until the movie makes a mockery of Catholicism. This isn't minutes from Brazilian Youtube Channel. It's really need to know. Yeah it's like a it sounds okay. It's not everyone's Hammy. It's a sketch group doing doing a movie and I bet it's really brave that they're doing it to in Brazil so brave. I'm sure I bet. They like. They made a movie of their life. They'd be like nervous a lot of parts. Yeah I on. Are we going to get taken away taken away. so that's really silly It's weird that it's their honestly then road to love. I may have actually watched like half. A second is the worst one week. Robbing Community people. Who are into racing? Summarize yeah that's that's why I needed to know what that could mean and then I watched every wanted is like INA competition to see who could overact the most yes. It's so stupid I hate it. I hate it after an argument with her dad. A young woman from a family of Macho truckdrivers is kicked out of the home and must make unsuccess- trash it's I don't know how anyone I'm sure there are people who really are into this trash crash but I could never be calm. Was Tiffany Haddish. Atwood Astronomy Club had a show. Come out watch them all. They're all our I watch everything. Yes support our friends and only do it. Okay that's the show also December eleventh on Hulu. What Sherman Showcase in Sherman Showcase Ganda Hulu Baby Watson congrats? All right. Yes thank you good night. Good night in a shares up for critics choice award for sure. He's in a marriage story. Merit story planned the director. Yeah you see a guy trust and scarves. That's Kashir Salah Houdini. Thanks the firm for critics choice. Good Night Washerman showcase good night.
The new shows to watch and the ones to skip
"As usual we wrap things up with the critics corner this week's new arrivals include undone on Amazon unbelievable on Net flicks and American Horror Story Nineteen eighty-four on FX Dan. What's cooking well? I if I had not seen American Horror Story Nineteen eighty-four as if I have said many times I'm looking forward to watching the first few episodes and quitting as usual but I can't tell you if it's better or worse than usual fortunately though there are actually a lot of things things to watch this week and really the main new releases are all pretty good to very good. Unbelievable is Netflix exes this I would say it is complementary to mind hunter. It is to some degree. It's the story of two detectives played by Merit Weaver in Toni Collette investigating a serial rape case. There's also a story line involving Caitlyn deavere as one of the victims potentially of the same serial rapist. Maybe maybe not it is intense and it sounds like it is unpleasant to watch or could could be unpleasant to watch. It is less wallowing than it could be. I would say that the creators Suzanne grants who wrote Erin Brockovich among other things is the primary creator along with a let Waldman and Michael Chaban and it has a really good grasp of tone. It never goes to dark. It has is very good insight into the criminal investigative process what works what doesn't sometimes it's even funny and that has a lot to do with the fact that Moore Weaver in Tony any clutter just wonderful together. It's based on a Pulitzer Prize winning propublica article and I could honestly watch multiple seasons of this or up Toni Collette Leadin Merit Weaver being awesome Caitlyn deavere also awesome. I thought the eighth episode of the eighth. Maybe is a drop in quality. Maybe a little bit more contrived and conventional conventional than the first seven but it's an impressive piece of economical and powerful storytelling then undone which sounds like it should be right. They're also alphabetically which is very important comes from a Raphael Bob Wax Bergen keep purdy who have worked together on Bo Jack Horseman on Netflix. This one is on an Amazon and it is a twisty turny wrote a scoped story about a young woman who becomes unstuck in time and reality after a car the accident and her father voiced by Bob Odenkirk actually played by Bob Odenkirk because that's how wrote a scope works tells her that she has the power to help. nope basically solve the mystery of his death or murder. Main character is played by Rosa Salazar who people will know maybe from alita battle angel or for man seeking woman. She's she's very good. It is not as funny or Quirky as Beau Jack Horsemen but is is visually magnificent the the the rotor scoping technology and the work done by director his Co.. Housing is is stunning to look at. I didn't care about the murder mystery really at all but I love watching this this is this is such a beautiful show to watch and sometimes it's funny. Sometimes it has some big thoughts in its mind. It's Jerry Interesting Are you gonNa Watch either of those two this weekend direction. I actually just started binging elites. I'm probably going to finish that and then I'm hopefully to watch some baseball this weekend. I'm hopefully going to sit out by the pool. That all sounds good if you need a little bit more TV I can also to some degree. Recommend showtimes murderer on the by you. Showtime is getting into the same true. Crime miniseries extended storytelling market that netflix dominated that obviously Amazon has done some. I'm working. A bunch of folks have done it. It's about the investigation into the deaths of young women in a single Louisiana small town. It is full of rather rather mind boggling details miscarriages of justice. It is absolutely difficult to watch. It's a Lotta graphic. Talk about you know people selling their bodies is selling their souls and smoking crack with their parents but it is you're trying to do right there. It doesn't look like it's that exciting small town so apparently you gotta do what you gotTa do it is harrowing but sometimes gripping and mind boggling to watch a lot of pretty good TV to watch this weekend. I would say so there. You
"beau jack" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast
"It's they built sets that are fictitious sets and worst. They've segments sets out of another. It's unreal also too. They have inserted Leo into pass Ass Films Right. Let Steve McQueen. It looks good yeah. You're him now. Now's another scene when he's talking with Timothy all fence character and you're like Oh weren't you <hes> what's the movie called whatever escape the greatest game. Where are you supposed to win you into things like when he was thinking of himself in that movie cool that's doubts and that was the action movie like what Sharon Tate they showed the real film but this when actually digitally put Leo into that scenario that was that was weird in that scene right it was because you were looking for any anything that looked off nun under I'm talking about when you were talking to Leo Oh yeah yeah it was kind of what was to cut his hat was on the conversation? Just thought it wasn't yeah. I thought okay that was different points in the conversation. Did you notice something to. I forgot to ask you guys you see how long it took hook from Brad Pitt or cliff to drive home from the house. No it was like because he's starting to Dato. You know what Yeah Yeah I did I did I had to do that every day. He has this morning that fucking driver's insane every day that he did and it just I I couldn't I believe that I did notice house dragging out this driving thing but I guess it goes to show that Leo's in the hills and he's in trailer Park Yeah with his dog and he still you. That's a rider die. Apparently Oh sorry good now. It's fine <hes> the relationship was based on Burt Reynolds in his stunt double so that's cool the perspective supposed to play George. Oh yeah yeah he was. I would have been a nice nod. No like perspective to turn the caprio is as old all this money and I love Lord he's living good but he's so fucking stressed out yeah right and then to a trailer and happy to be I probably before residuals too so he reminded me of Beau Jack Horsemen when he was his will wow has has been washed up depressed so that's Beau Jack for you. Tarantino definitely watches Beau Jack but overall. I think it was <hes> it's might be my favorite Tarantino. It's between that and the hatefully. Where would you guys sit this one full rankings or yeah?.
"beau jack" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons
"Separated from the family is in his cared for by bears who I never read that much ago, and I felt the pressure and I caved only slightly episode does have a great Maggie storyline story. Yeah. It's great. Yeah. I, I love all the designs, two girls would know more than I would. But Maggie doesn't get serviceable storylines as much not much. She's like less large, and also, it's so funny in the season, when you see the different colorings. And in this one, she's got a pink right ramp, it kind of a blue one everyone's a little bit off designed because there's still bra. So Maggie, there's one part where they're lost in the forest and they express their like it's kidding March seconds. It's getting cold Homer and Maggie makes a noise that is like very. Is going to die. Like annoys you. She's generally, like almost mute. Makes this noise that is like a baby in peril. Off of that. There are really great. Sounds in this yet it has a really. It sounds like the sound effects were recorded in a cavern very kind of it looks it sound like they were the whole thing was fully like in high school, gymnasium. So one thing that I thought was interesting too. Is that at the beginning of this episode so we said that we start talking about the chalkboard, gag in the couch gag which I will do, but just the intro itself is even longer than I'm used to seeing at all? I was actually really surprised that in the old school introduction. And I don't think it was also episodes at please correct me if I'm wrong. I think it was just this, and maybe another shorter story, you, you actually see like barked, like steals, a bus sign making Edwin was their bus and then Lisa's riding with her bike riding her bike with a stack of books, but more Homer goes into the garage. That was really surprising to me. I don't feel like. Yeah. Yeah. In came in short. Yeah. That's how it was. I wonder if Mike Mayfield, your husband has said about big mouth, but in the early seasons of beau Jack the episodes come in short to they would. And that's why we would Pat him out with so many animal gags light. We could name. Well, making Bocek a horse. That was okay. I'll. One that I did from early season is they were at a fifty steamed diner and people are dressed up like Marilyn Monroe, or a gardener, whatever. And there was a Marlin blue Marlin who was Marlon Brando, and he was a waiter. And he said he was delivering three beers. And he said, Stella. Corona light. I wrote that one good. So that work as far as that part of the production goes in that you when do you realize that you're short? And like Wendy, realized that you've room to guess radio play. We're building the radio play and you kinda see, like what that is the radio play is literally can old timey, like episode of little orphan, and you would hear on the radio like full with complete sound effects was.
"beau jack" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"My guests complainer today is leeza traeger. At least as an actress producer stand up comic. She's appeared on comedy central late night with Myers Chelsea lately, all the places you can finally on her YouTube series. How many questions and she has a new net flicks quarter hour, right half hour degenerates, and it's out now as part of the degenerates, right? Times people introduced her special the degenerates like I don't want anyone to my special. I want to get to that. But first we start everybody off with. What is one thing? You hate that everybody else loves and movie love, actually. This is the season. Actually. So I'm glad yeah. Very timely, and it was actually my best friend. I saw her on her instance story she posted some movie, and we're best friends. So I was like I don't even know what the fuck says. And she goes, it's love actually, of course, you it. And it's like I try every time because everyone loves it and every time like this. I don't care about any of it. Hours-long? They pass out every time. It doesn't. I just hate it. There's also like like seventy actors, and it's it's just a lie. It's a lot to like the guy like ruining that wedding video. I remember the first time I watched it. I was like, oh, he's gay and in love with the groom. And then it's like, no, it's just straight guys being gross selfish. I can't even I know. Laura Linney is in it. She's a hero. But I can't even tell you. That's how disinterested. I am. I've tried to watch it. I would say five times. I don't remember any. I don't even that's the only part. Right. Yeah. And that little boy who you can't tell if like seven or seventy about a boy guy. Yeah. He's in game of thrones. Now to looks like he has an aged at all it's very Peter Pan is something I gave up onto. I watch it maybe. But what are you like grow to shows, my go-to sex and the city, always and forever. And then animation is usually where I go to so the Simpsons app, fucking sucks. FX acts is not very the Simpsons worlds. And make you watch all the commercials. It's like we're paying cable prices, or my parents, are it should be able to watch it. But right now dR is on Hulu, which is gray. And then beau Jack and big mouth are as well. Those are my main. Yeah. Sex city in those. And then the housewife Bravo shows would be my next. What is your your franchise? New York, of course. Yeah. Want real money? I don't like I don't like these women in debt because even Sonia. It's like she's poor. But you know, she has that townhouse, but. Getting deported victim jails losing homes like but see they lose their homes. But I do love boasts Newark and Atlanta's the only ones they actually know. But New York is where my my heart is to just because I feel like, you know, I could like run into them, you never know. But anyway, but I would. Yeah. Sex in the city. It's like scripted house out around. Do you love sex for fitting? I do. Yeah. I hadn't watched it until I moved to New York. And then I was I was like I know when people because people talk shit sometimes about like us the girls that moved to New York because a sex in the city those losers. I'm like, I'm that loser. I mean, I moved for comedy. But like, no, yeah, I hosted a sex in the city trivia night, Puerto Rico. That's the time. I love that. Bitches are rude. I will never host a trivia night again. Yeah. They're mean, it's not like a comedy audience or not for a good time. It's like will you repeat that? And it's like course, why would you yell at me? I made a PowerPoint. I got like why are you I'm volunteering? I don't trivia culture. No this actually brought will Ramona to drivers. And like, all right. You get the point. I. I've tried. I've tried going trivia nights..
"beau jack" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"It's easier to ignore those red flags was that great line from beau. Jack horsemen when you. With rose colored glasses all the reds all all the red flags. Just look like flags I just interrupted you again. Red red flag right there. Yeah. I talk a lot you shouldn't drop me because I ended up people. Well, hey, you just you just been going through some of the stuff these victims have been doing. And there you go. Well, let's just 'cause I've libra my chart, so whoa. Whoa. Now. I am going to enter allergies been brought that's the excuse. I need to to throw my logic brain, let me tell you. Why clap the hood of my car whenever I speed through a red light. Because men are not superstitious. They know things. Yeah. Like, if you have the hood of your car when you run through a red light, the police can't catch you. Oh, that's why I do it. And I make a wish. Oh, okay. Cool that the police won't catch me that the police will just feel like we're both doing the same thing there. Okay. So that. Yeah. There were some red flags. But yeah, it's easy to see how she could have ignored them at first kitty found herself drawn more and more into our Kelly's world, she was a fresh divorce say back on the dating field for the first time in years and not really into dating sucks. Dating on just like meeting random places is not the best thing ever. So having this rich famous guy who's art she loved fly her all around the world and treat her like, the only woman on earth seem pretty fucking great. You can see how it would wipe some of those flags way. And why it would make her forget the unsettling news reports she'd been hearing about Kelly for years, they did come up in conversations with her friends, quote, rob kinda makes you feel like you have to defend him. It's like you and him against the world. If someone brought him up in conversation, immediately, a wall went up some of the stuff Kelly told her was like that his girlfriend had died, and he'd watched her die when he was eight. You know, you talked about his mom dying. When we started the story is easy archaelogist talking about his background can get you on a side of it. Like he's been through some shit, and he'd just been declared not guilty and a quarter law. You can again took attender bio not guilty in a court of law. That's actually my whole resume. Yeah. Yeah. Not in prison. Currently so in September of two thousand eleven kitty Jones flew to Chicago to visit our Kelly's Trump Tower apartment. Robert sent his driver to pick her up from the airport in order, not to talk to him into report back if he talked to her from this point, she started noticing that all the men in Kelly's orbit kept a strict distance from her in total their relationship lasts more than two years. Could he Jones did the thing that I think Hollywood has taught all of us to do. She casts caution to the wind let love into her heart and gave up everything to embark on a magical journey with a rich suitor, how many romantic comedies have the same basic plot working woman, and like a high demand career, like a radio DJ or an architect or whatever. You know, suddenly meets this ridiculously wealthy man who sweeps her offer.
"beau jack" Discussed on Fresh Air
"You know, I grew up in the air of south park. And I think south park is a brilliant show, and there's so much that they do. Well. And I they've made me think about a lot of things in new ways. But I they also have a lot of jokes about Jews. And I remember being in middle school and high school and people like making jokes about me that they got from south park. And obviously if you ask Matt and Trey they would say, well cartman is not a role model. Like, you're not supposed to think he's like cool or funnier charming, but I think middle school or high school me who is the butt of those jokes would say, well, what's the difference? You know, what what does that mean to me? And I think I am also guilty of of of making jokes like that in the mouth of beau Jack or some of our other characters and not always thinking about what are the longer ramifications of this on our culture, isn't an example, you can give out of a joke that you may be regret. Or wish you had placed differently in a contextual. Sure. I give a couple examples. You know, I think a big one which I feel very comfortable talking about is a lot of the Jewish jokes. We have had throughout the show. And it's something that I myself as a Jew feel some ownership of and feel comfortable with and there's a lot of holocaust jokes. And I think maybe I believed in season one and two that we were passed anti-semitism. And I think now I look around the world, and I think that was naive on my part. And I think we were not as past it as I had convinced myself that we were and thought that we were and now some of those jokes in the early seasons. Just hit me a little differently. Another joke about somebody that I am not as we have a joke in season two and Bocek is a very boorish character, and we had a gag where he's going on this press tour, and everyone's worried that he's going to say something offensive, and they're going to Alaska, and he has a lie. Line about we're going to Alaska. What am I going to say that's going to fend a bunch of inbred eskimo blubber munchers is the line, and you know, on paper, I can defend that joke, and I can say no the joke of that is not on the Alaskans. It's about how stupid Bo Jaquez. And now he doesn't realize and clearly the way it's set up is, oh he is saying this offensive thing and not even knowing that it's offensive. So I feel like technically we are in the right on this joke. But someone tweeted at me a couple years ago and said, you know, I am a native Alaskan myself, and I was watching your show, and there is not a lot of representation for my people on television and to watch this show. Make this joke about my people, and knowing that this was the only reference in the show of my people, and knowing that nobody who works on the show is of my people. It it hurt. And I cannot then say no, but you are wrong because I did it correctly. I you misinterpreted it. So you are wrong to be offended. I have to hear that note and go, oh, you're right. Maybe we weren't as careful about that as we should have been. I know I know some comics feels become actually very difficult to do comedy. Because there's always somebody calling you out for saying something politically incorrect. Some wondering how you've changed the right in on the show with this kind of sensitivity that you feel you didn't have in the first season. And that you're trying to have now. Well, I mean, first of all who says comedy should be easy..
"beau jack" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Issues like success and failure ego. Power addiction relationships and sexism season five is set in the era of the metoo movement. Bo Jack horsemen takes advantage. Of the kind of characters that you can pull off an animated series. It's a world that's a mix of people and talking animals with human characteristics, beau Jack is a horse who became famous as the star of the ninety s sitcom horsing around, but when season one of Bo Jack horsemen begins Bo Jack is washed up his celebrity has faded. And he spends a lot of time drinking feeling sorry for himself and watching old reruns of his sitcom horsing around admiring, how great he was on the show back. Then let's start with a clip from the very first episode of Bujak horsemen when beau Jack is a guest on the Charlie rose show. One thousand nine hundred situation comedy Orson around premiered on ABC the show in which young bachelor horses. Forced to reevaluate is priorities. We agrees to raise three human children was initially dismissed by critics as broad and saccharin and not good. But the family comedy struck a chord with America went onto air for nine seasons. The star of horsing around bowed, Jack horsemen is our guest tonight. Welcome Bo, Jack. It is good to be here. Charlie. Raphael. Bob wax. Berg. Welcome to fresh air time changes. How we see things doesn't it? When you when you did that Charlie rose opening you probably had no idea that he would be accused by multiple women of sexual harassment, and that would lead to the loss of his job. So let's just start with the surprise of that for you. Did you think of that opening episode won the women's step forward? It really dates the show doesn't it to have Charlie rose be the voice of sober reason that, you know, look at Bo Jak who such a mess in a lethargic, oh and unprofessional and Charlie rose played in in this clip by patent Oswald is our our straight person in the scene and when the allegations against Charlie rose came out. I don't wanna say my first thought was oh, no my show because he wasn't. It was truly. Oh, no, Charlie rose and all the women that he allegedly targeted. That's terrible. But it is interesting now to to go back to that first. Road and look at it and think about how times have changed. So how did you come up with the idea of starting a series with a horse that can talk and walk onto legs and dress and be bitter like a human being and have be the washed up star of family sitcom, well, the idea for the show really started from my friendship with Lisa. Hanna waltz who is brilliant illustrator and cartoonist, and I have been friends with her since high school. And when I was you know in Los Angeles pitching shows around she was living in Brooklyn at the time. And one thing she was doing was just drawing these animal people on her own and posting them in her blog and on the internet. And I thought they were just so gorgeous these designs of these characters which were human from the neck down more or less with these animal heads, and so I started thinking about is there a show that I could write with these animal people. So that's kind of where the the animal people part comes in. Into it where the bitterness, and I and melancholy and cynicism comes into it. I guess that would be my half of the equation. I was living in Los Angeles. And I just moved here from New York myself, and the the first place I ever lived here in LA was like as a friend of a friend's house might somehow, you know, found a connection to and it was like this tiny little closet of a bedroom in this gigantic gorgeous house in the Hollywood hills. And it was this very fancy very LA house with a pool and a deck. Overlooking the city, and I got there, and I was this nobody, and I didn't know anybody in town. And there's this winding treacherous road up to get there, which I was terrified of taking and I felt so disconnected from everything and that idea feeling simultaneously on top of the world. And also never more. Alone in isolated was the beginning of of of this character for me. And I wanted to make a show about a character who'd had every.
"beau jack" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast
"I goes up and sideways enough that kid is on believable. So great and also like the one when crazy odds Kayla, Craig. God, he's hilarious Palestinian chicken. That's another good one house. Any when crazy is is giving him the tour. He's like these must steps I got three steps I was going to get four. But I was like now three is better, and he takes does master bedroom. So I'm going to get a plasma screen TV plant Scarface twenty four seven is that the same episode where he wraps for him. Asker? But you're right, right. Let me about some shit off you. That show is that's another show. That's like SpongeBob family guy for us. I think I'm getting episodes mixed up to what's the episode when he yells at the other golfer and gives them a heart attack. And he goes when he kills them. So the one of the the swan I think that is right. Yeah. Yeah. Oh, those different episodes. Kind of blunt Larry himself in a situation. Awkard situation is crazy. You know, what's every time? You know, what's crazy about curb is like Larry is so self aware of what other people should be doing. But he's completely. So like he has no swell self-awareness either. I like the one where you you know, what I mean right now, he is he says that he would love to be like that in real life. But he probably get punched in the face. Jeff. When Sammy's present for ten dentists birthday Jefferson's his daughter and she sings a song, Larry. Off forty two. And then there's just too good to be true. Circle. And then later when they're the restaurant and the guys singing. AM this in there. And they're looking at it. It's like, oh, you're gonna do it now Larry anywhere else to go. He runs his career. Could you imagine doing that like being him in real life? I it's my drains fucking. I dream of being Larry I'm getting close. Have you time people like at the movie theater now if you talk around me you fucking get in I'm coming. I had a couple I got off and Wath all away over to these group of kids when I was washing cre- to didn't. I swear to God. I'm like, oh, can you guys shut the fuck up? I can't verify serious swear to God. Because my thing is like that takes. I don't do. I can't do it right away from the corner charge Shoshin. I can't do it right away. But like if I did it in the beginning of guys like I'll be nice about it. The thing is I wait to the point one boiling. And then I'm just like I'd fuck it. That's how I had. No my problems too. I wait till a tip over. Yeah. I had a couple of next to meet today that was enjoying the movie too much. And it was bothering me. I'm like he stopped laughing at every joke. You know, Besse worst the mental laugh user inside laugh, if I write your happiness is ruining the movie for me. I watched like an episode of beau Jack audibly laughed the whole time. But like, I know how funny it is in my head when you audibly laugh by yourself. That's when you know, what's great. Joke. There's no show that I've audibly laughed at more than family guy, curb to when when he's walking into the fucking Seinfeld for me. The department store and the lady comes out and get some free Setlow many shows on the. You know, what this couple did to me too at the movies? So I have a whole row to myself. I bought my ticket whole row. Nobody bought any seats every seats available. So I get the one right in the middle. I'm sitting down in the theater. Couple comes in. They got the seats right next to me dog to see all right next to the seat. That was taken you have to know, it wasn't a pack theater. No. I thought you had thought you had to get like all know the blind twos. They bought it. Right next to me. So it looked like a three a threesome like I was third wheel in them. That's funny. Tola move over. Did you can't get off? I can't get up and move over one. That would have been made it even more walk would that would have been less about the movie, I would respect that what just happened if I should have moved. Yeah. I was there..
"beau jack" Discussed on SRSLY
"So now we're going to talk a little bit about the jot Koos men. Something Carradine have not. I have both seen a little bit of by feel like maybe I'd seen more than you. So I've kinda recommended for you to get more acquainted with the first season. Of course, men are remember that, right? Yes. So I had watched, I think, two or three episodes before last week, and I've now washed another three and I hadn't like intentionally neglected it by any means. I had heard very good reports of think from you and others, but doesn't love TV in the world. You can't keep up with everything and beau Jack was move was just something that I'd kind of opted out of. I even heard does an episode of the song exploded put cost with the people. He wrote the theme tune for book Bo, Jack horsemen where they take part and extend even listen to that and enjoyed it and not then go further into the show. So yeah, no, I have. Now, what. Yeah, half dozen episodes of the fest Aries and I think I'm hooked. I definitely have caught myself hankering to watch it in the last few days. Yeah, I think it's so good. And I think one of my favorite things about it is just it's so it's like a Hollywood satire like intially what it is like, you know, it's kind of creating a safe distance with, you know, all the animals and stuff, so they couldn't kind of feel like, yeah, this isn't a show about Hollywood. It's a show about a horse, but like obviously is a show about Hollywood and also just like people making decisions. Yes. How you kind of cope with the idea that you've done bad things and stuff. But yeah, I love the kind of like, you know, the references to Andrew Garfield things that just reliably ready tick away, and you know, they did. They do such a great of doesn't episode. I think in the second season where they do have really good kind of. Prescient look, what happens when someone that you've got like a relationship with gets accused of basically abuse. At that was that was really good. I think I'm now in season three and I'm like, that's something's happened. I'm like, Ray struggling with where. Jack makes a decision..
"beau jack" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Okay. Can I just tell you? How mazing it is to hear a man say that Palomo someone needed to take a stand? Crazy. This is just old beau Jack talking, but how about we don't show any? Right. Choke. Rafael way. I just what I watched this episode. I laughed and I turned away. It made me uncomfortable is could be because this conversation goes horribly wrong. Even though he saying all the right things. I guess don't show. I agree that we should not joke. Women that's certainly is nothing to laugh about. But I mean to me, I think that the comedy of this episode, and Bo Jack's character in this episode comes from the real place that I've experienced from being a male feminist. How often I feel like I and other men get credit for the bare minimum for tweeting out something that. Women have been shouting about for the last fifty years. All of a sudden like I'm a progressive feminist hero. And I think that's really sad. But like many things on our show. It is sad. But also darkly funny. We really wanted to explore that and kind of point out that even people who have the best of intentions. Can can sometimes fall into the trap of patting themselves on the back for for doing the bare minimum, and then also people sometimes you don't have the best of intentions can also Pat themselves onto the actress doing a bit of signaling instead of Ryan Valerie. And I think it is important for for for men and people with privilege to speak out on behalf of those who do not have those privileges. But I think it's it's a delicate thing and it requires sensitivity of how how to do it in a helpful way. Anonymous self serving Bo Jack is the kind of guy who would love to just signal a little bit and get out of it in a self serving way, he'll take he'll take the credit without doing the work that's beau Jack style and then just get people to leave him alone afterward. Yeah. What Raphael, you know? One thing. I've I've noticed about Bo Jackson. It's not hard to notice is that he just he manages to repeat his same mistakes over and over again. And I don't like to think that he hasn't grown at all in a positive way over five seasons. He hasn't learned anything. Sometimes I get a little bit. Sometimes we'll get a little bit annoyed with him that he just hasn't learned. I mean has he is he grown up at all. I think he has. I think progress is never a straight line. I like to think that he's taking two steps forward. One step back, maybe sometimes three steps back. But I would like to think that he's you know, crawling and grasping in the right direction. And I think it is to be determined where he will end up. But I like you get frustrated with him sometimes. And I I hope for for better. And I think you know, the story will be the story and every day we come in. And we think about all right? Well, what's what's going to happen next? And then we'll see where it goes Princess. Caroline is is striving to have a more meaningful life outside of just money and work. Yeah. I think we'll see what the heck is this as well. One of the fun things about having a show that's been on five seasons. Now is you know, you start with with the beau Jack horsemen story, and then, you know, at first all these other characters there to kind of help him tell his story, but then gradually we flush them out to tonight. I think we have five really interesting nuance to main character is that that all carry their own stories have their own wants, and desires, dreams and fears. And so it's been really fun to flush those out and explore the the nooks and crannies of of their narratives, it's a world of animals and people and puns and slapstick and deep deep dark sometimes sometimes off-putting themes, but it is one of the best shows on the air. It is Bo Jack horsemen like I said, I'm a fan, and I'm just not going to hide it Raphael baba expert because it's a pleasure for me to talk to you. So thanks for being with us. Thank you so much. This is a blast Rafael, Bob wax. Berg is the creator and show runner of beau. Jack.
"beau jack" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Horsemen often embraces goofy wacky slapstick from Todd starting school for dentists clowns to this running gag of Princess Caroline's tongue. Twisters courts me if you can Cam in nineteen forties cans, France, set story of a cancan dancer who contracts cancer, but continues to can-canada Canada cadaver who plays the accordion with Kevin Corrigan. Kevin kline. Chris Klein, Chris pine and Chris Catan gutting. But it's not all silly. A lot of the show is pretty dark a melancholy exploration of deeply flawed individual who self loathing alcoholism and drug addiction lead him to disrespect his girlfriend's alienate his friends and in this latest season, physically assault someone. Right. We've made it so wrong. You can never go back. The latest season looks at the often messy process of what it takes to really deal with your actions and earn forgiveness. Todd's will look interviewed Bocek horsemen's creator, Rafael, Bob wax, Berg. Here's their conversation Raphael. What a pleasure thanks for being with us. Thank you, the pleasure mind. Well, I want to do some disclosure at the very top of this ordinarily an interview like this. The host is is supposed to have distance and not much of an opinion, maybe about what they're covering. I just want to disclose it. I'm a fan. I mean this. You have got a hit on your hands Raphael season five on net flicks. But I've always wondered sort of what constitutes a hit now in the world of subscription TV stride. I don't know. I mean, I I've seen our show described as a smash hit a sleeper hit a cult heads a flop. Nobody's watching it. Everybody's watching it. I have no idea. All I know is some people seem to like it and that works for me, and we keep being allowed to make more. So that's that's good for me to just take a minute. Who is your Jack horseman who is he? Well, we spent five seasons exploring that. And I still don't know if we know the answer. No, bodak horsemen is a horse. Who is also a man it's a it's an animated show for adults, and I can already hear the listener maybe changing the channel. But I don't think it's necessarily people are expecting when they hear an animated show for adults. And that I think is the magic of the show, and that's the appeal for me is that unlike other animated shows that are very status quo oriented and self contained ours is a show that evolves and changes over time over the course of five seasons. The characters have changed. The relationships have changed their consequences to the character's actions. And it's really for me a show about sadness and melancholy and. Relation. Which I guess there are other cartoons like that. But it's not just about having fun and being silly. Although there's also very fun and silly you've really kind of cornered me. I'm not quite sure describe this. Are you think it'd be better about it by now? But I'll tell you the plot the plot. It's a it's a horseman in the ninety s he was on TV show called horsing around about a horse racing three human kids. Now, he's a washed up actor he lives in the Hollywood hills. And he complains about everything. That's that's where he is or refers to find him and over the course of the last five seasons. A lot of other things have happened. He was on a show back in the nineties. It was essentially I would say like a full house type of Shurmur sitcom, a real peace. It has its fans. Horsing around. I I think some people watch beau Jack horsemen and they go. Yeah. This is okay. But I'd really much rather watch horsing around so each their own well, beau, Jack, though, he had fame and success plenty of money. Nice house. He is a deeply unhappy person in Hollywood he has a good sense of humor. He has fun sometimes misery and depression as you said 'isolation and loneliness are never too far away for him. Yeah. That's right. It's a comedy. Yeah. He he's he's a sad guy. And I pride myself on the fact that we take that sadness, very seriously, and we explore in some ways the root cause of it. And also the effect that it has on others. I think this is a show about loneliness. And I think that is why it appeals to so many people because there aren't a ton of people who are on successful sitcoms in the eighties and nineties, but there are a lot of people who feel lonely sometimes. And I think those people can see something of themselves in bo-, Jack, not only VO Jack a man, but his troubling personality is set in Hollywood that seems like the worst possible place for someone like him. He's got damaged self esteem. He selfish. He's got a substance abuse problem. That's the that's the tip of the iceberg really for beau Jack and he lives in inhabits a world with all the wrong enabling forces. It seems to me. That really push against him. I know I'm over analyzing VO, Jack. But it also is a send up about Hollywood. Yeah. And I think that's exactly right. That in many ways this town in this industry is the worst place to be if you're someone who needs limits and help because this is a town. That's that's built up to help you not get help and to enable you and allow you your worst vices. You know, I think a big fear of mine as someone who is found some success in this industry, and may continue to find more is that eventually we'll get to a place where people stop telling me, I'm wrong. We'll make some very big mistakes. I'm lucky right now that I've surrounded myself with people who are not afraid to tell me when I'm screwing up, and when I need to apologize. And when I need to check myself and ask for help. I think it's very easy in this town to find the people who won't do that. And then I think you're in real trouble. Well, David pacman writes about your show, he says that beau Jack horseman is the only animated show that's made me belly laugh Saab and sit in shocked. Silence. All in the course of a single episode is that what you're going for hitting all these different notes in in in a single go. Yes. We're very ambitious, and I think one of the things I enjoyed that. The show keeps it fresh for me is that it's a lot of different things. And we I think we have a lot of different audiences who enjoy the show for different reasons. Right. So there are people who say this is the funniest show I've ever seen, and it makes me cry. And it makes me think and made me call my mom. And then there are also sections of that there are people who say, you know, I don't find this show. Very funny at all. But it moves me, and I care about the characters, and there are also people who say, I think shows hilarious, and I don't care about the characters at all. But I love the jokes. And I think this is the show for all of those people. And depending on what you go into it looking for you're going to get something different out of it. And that's really fun for me. And that makes every day of work fun because they come in and go, okay. What kinda show do? I wanna make today and that can change. Yes. Sometimes one episode or sometimes even within one scene or even within one line of dialogue. You could start heartbreaking and Larry as we start with some goofy wordplay an end with a real bummer. And I wanted to ask you exactly about that time on the show because. Because on one level. You've got a lot of crafty sometimes corny word play a lot of a lot of lot of slapstick. Lot of Antioch jokes that could be on any sort of children's cartoon it has to be fun for adults as well. Right overlaid on a lot of deep satire, and then overlay that on some of the deepest at times most troubling emotional staff that I've seen on television. I mean, slapstick pratfalls and I've had to look away from Bojan once or twice. Well, it's it's funny because I sometimes people tell me when they meet me at like a bar mitzvah or something. Oh, my, you know, my son loves that show and again. Have you seen and they go? No. But my son loves it. Twelve years old. And it's a very adult show and not because of the drug humor the sex humor. Which of course, there is plenty of that and swearing as well, but because I think it it goes to some very deep dark adults places, and I use that word adults to mean complicated and nuanced and troubling. And so I definitely not a show for kids. But I think one thing we found when we were making the first season is we wanted it to be silly. And we wanted it to also be serious. And the question was can we do both. And one thing we found is that. Yes, we can. And rather than. Water itself down. It actually helps the show to to have both these polls. And that to me, I think it creates kind of a. A savory and sweet salted caramel kind of sensation where it is both very real and sincere and melancholy, but also very bright and silly and cartoony, and that I think the farther you go in one direction almost counter intuitively the farther that allows you to go in the other direction. And I don't think we've found a limit yet for how silly we can go or how dark and introspective we can go. I think our our latest season might be both are silliest dark guests at the same time. We're gonna talk a lot.
"beau jack" Discussed on In The Limelight
"It's hard for me to remember like own out. Everybody knows everything that's going on, but it's really a show that we wrote before this. But weirdly, I think make sense in the current climate which is it's really a show about sort of toxic masculinity and the boy seeing all these different versions of what it means to be a man. There are a few things in there that after everything has gone down with me too movement that we went back in and we're like, oh, it actually makes sense. But also like we can change x, y, and z to make this all a little clearer or depending on what's happened in the broader culture to affect that. Curious as season three. Do we know yet if there's a, I don't know how much you can say. These things are always very under locking key, but. We, we hope we hope and believe that we will make more of big mouthful. Love politicians. Yeah, speech do. Do you gonna might question was gonna be? Do you think? I mean, I can't imagine how this kind of culture climate we live right now. I'm sure that will in some way when you're actually starting to work on new episodes and new storylines like, yeah, I would say in general, it would be impossible if in doing the kind of show that we're making an really, yeah, any every two ignore. What feels to be seismic shifts in always based on, you know, like to just limit it to like like the metoo movement. I think that's become the easiest phraseology for it, but really like it's so much. I, it's, it's so it's become so pervasive? Yeah. I in in so many ways that it would seemingly impossible for for sure in our show, but in making whatever you're making to not have all of this affect the things that you're talking about are the way you're looking at culture on a macro and micro level, but other shows right now are other kind of pop culture things. Are you very into or have you been joying the last? You know, I weirdly watch I, weirdly when I'm making the show I, I have trouble. I have trouble watching other animation while I'm making the show. So it's it's weird because I'm like, you know, the Rick and mortars of the world and beau Jack and shows like that that I'm I know were terrific and I've watched and been inspired by, but I also can't really watch them while making a show. But I, you know, the last year, the things that I've liked been just kind of blown away by our Atlanta and I've known Donald Glover for almost since. I mean he was a few years behind me, you see, but we've known each other for very long time and and I'm truly kind of I was behind on it and then watched seasons one and two kind of at the same time was kinda truly blown away by it. Yeah, I really love high maintenance on on HBO. I just think it's so interesting in and different in its in in the storytelling and how it's in the characters and just the specific specificity of all the different worlds. It's exploring, I think killing. Leave was so good. I sort of watching killing eve and then realized I had not watched fleabag by Phoebe Waller bridge who wrote killing even and wrote, and stars and fleabag 'em was kind of blown away by by both of those shows. Fleabag kid come out a few years earlier, but killing eve. I just found totally. It starts Sandra. Oh, I think it's BBC BBC BBC America. You can watch the AMC. I don't know. It's one of these things, but I I was like really impressed by such a such a weird tone where it's sort of thriller, but it's really funny and kind of weird bizarre and I really liked that. So I think those were three shows that I really gotta got into the last year. And also I had watched some of transparent which seems crazy that it's it. But when I was in Argentina. I like, you know, like hour and a half drives, and I downloaded all transparent on my ipad and would watch it back and forth on these long drives and Argentina, instead of why taken the countryside of Argentina. When I could be watching a show about Jews in Los Angeles, but I was I actually, I basically watched all four seasons of of the show while I was there..
"beau jack" Discussed on I Think You're Interesting
"Other people in his life are other supporting characters, and we wanted to respect that and not just not back to the status quo and seizing four reverend's hang out with each other. And so that kind of led us to will, then everyone should have their own stories in Bo, Jack shouldn't be interacting with them all the time and that kind of meant, well, all these stories have to have equal weight, and then we wanna make. Sure. These stories are interesting without beau Jack in them because he's not going to be part of them at least. Will you have multiple generations of horse to design this, especially tell me about like finding ways to make the horses looked different like that's, that's the question I have it. It sounds stupid. But like I think I think it's interesting this for me was the funnest thing I got to do this season because I'm obsessed with horses. And so I'm always thinking about ways in which horses are different from each other. So I was just like, oh goody. I get to like a plug like colors into a genetics calculator and actually see like how you could spit out like Apollo amino or a buckskin. So that was how I chose the colors of Jack's grandparents and then like dipping into like the costume designed from the forties was really fun for me. And thinking about like the facial markings and how we could do kind of misdirect with Holly hawk where she has a diamond on her face. So we're like, okay, yeah, she's Jack's daughter. Yeah, I was really, really. Fun for me. Great. Great. Mike, this season plays around with time in interesting ways. I think obviously episode eleven, but also have to you have to blend two timelines that are kind of happening in the same room at the same time, they don't intersect. What's the challenge? Like when you approach that from from the position of animation and direction, we'll Raphael had a really good got started on a for episode two with that book yet you gave an Walker, the director that episode here by rich, Mitch, Dyer? Yeah, it's it's a comic book, but it's a very, how do you, how would you describe it? It's looking RT's story and more about place. It's the book is literally every page is you're looking the same camera angle at the same room. But it fades in and out of different decades and and so you see as knit snippets of nine hundred sixty nine hundred seventy two thousand BC. Yeah, and it's not a narrative story, but there are little pieces of stories that you pick up and it's very much it's in frames. There's different frames. You see like a cat from two thousand walk across the background of one thousand nine hundred eighty. You can see how the wallpaper changes and stuff and a huge inspiration. And we have all these great collaborators on this show all these great directors and with that episode for a two..
"beau jack" Discussed on Double Toasted
"I think they handled it in flying, spades man, like they did such an amazing job with it with a bow, Jack that, yeah, you see these moments of like, oh yeah, why are we praising this character so much? And and you know how, why are things getting or how does he get away with things? And it's because he's a male in Hollywood, right? And I think that's what so great about this. I think I was so lost with beau Jack because like I don't really care and it wasn't until season four where they did the political stuff. And I was telling you that, I'm like, oh, it's it's the soc. Commentary of what's happening, right? And you know, with Trump and all that, you know they, there's there's examples in episode or season four where they're like, hey, we're commentaries. And you know, we're, we're guys who have no, no recollection or even actual facts that we can add to this story. But I'm a male and I'm gonna say my two cents more Warren seven, right. And you get that with season five with him being an actor or him getting away, which it because he's a male in Hollywood and that's it. And then you see these examples with him and his girlfriend. Right. And there's a super scary moment where he does something with the female lead in the show and you're like, is this going to keep on happening? And it's not until you know that character is almost pretty much on the brink of death where people like, okay, you realize even as a male, you can't do this right? And they still find a way to spin it and make it a metoo movement where it's like, oh, we're okay, right. And I think is very powerful. Stuff, but I also won the highlight Bo, Jack. There's so many character moments with Mr. peanut butter. Right? And you get other stuff with what's his name? Jesse pink means character. Why am I blanking out right now, Todd? Yeah, it was just say, man, I honestly just hijacked I let second as much as this is called beau Jack was when the season was belonged to Princess Caroline and Diane like it was very much about like, okay, and the same way that it's about like males in Hollywood and some of the privilege that they get. It's about sometimes the women who have to work in these offices with these people and kind of have to turn a blind eye to their own convictions. While people get away with this, which was another thing. It was like the complicit being complicit in it right. A lot of the emotional highlights definitely go to Diana Princess Caroline. I mean, we got some backstory, but puts his Caroline straight up, broke my heart, and I was I was shook during that episode. But yeah, I'm sorry, I cut you off, but. No, no, no, you're right. Yeah, purchase Caroline. This was her season and I felt like Mr. peanut butter as well. Right? There's. It's funny because you laugh at it, but then you also feel for him with Mr.. Peanut butter was like, why is he more or less single all the time? And then there's some moment where they're like. Diana's like, well, maybe have you ever thought about just I don't know, not dating people in Hollywood and maybe trying to develop some real relationship with people outside of the business. And you know, he said, sounded like shit, right? And then so prince, Caroline, as well to right with her, not being able to have kids for whatever reasons..
"beau jack" Discussed on Double Toasted
"So as unofficial official post show, we'll be going in length about Castlerock and Ozark and what we thought about that. But let's go ahead and jump into it all. And before I do let me go ahead and give a shout out to all the toasties core here. Here what is going on guys? The official Chetta tat tat once again, guys, we appreciate all you being here. You guys are the reasons why Christian and I are so motivated and driven to give you the best show despite the small hiccups and despite some of the things we do alternately, we hope you'll enjoy and keep us engaged and keep us on our toes and tell us why we suck so or tell us, we suck. We suck because we haven't started this show yet. So that's hurry up and start the show miles do it. All right. So let's go ahead and start the show off and with the first thing we have here is Bo jet courses, so that came out last week and let me go ahead and just kind of play this while we are discussing it in lane. So Christian, I just got off the train here watching four episodes of Bocek and people who don't know last week my tastes are my opinion on. It was very. Not not very popular amongst the toasties and a lot of other people in general, because I say to fight man, it would have been the first fight on air. How would you felt that beau Jack would have been the thing that the division between us? Well, first of all, I would say ratings, so let's go ahead to keep fighting just for the sake of ratings, but before reportedly. Yeah, let's go ahead and jump into the bodak at all. You guys didn't know what my opinion was of it last week. I just quickly said, I understand why people like it. I'm just not in love with the show and for me to now make a little bit, of course correction because I like to make a lot of analogies and differ or sway away from why don't like stuff. Let me go ahead and just quickly say, I love the supporting cast. I love everything in the beau Jack universe. I just don't like Bo Jack himself. I think there's an episode and season four where they were. The not Dr character. What's her name? Yeah. Darya. I think Diane to saying like your masochist and you're just very self destructive and your narcissist and all that stuff, and I can get fine with the character being like that. But I think for me is like, yeah, he self destructive. And there's so many opportunities within the show seasons one through three before people get on me where I'm like four once four. Well, no. I'm saying in seasons one through three. I, I, yeah, seasons one through three. I'm not too crazy about him because there's opportunities where I'm like his life is turning around and then he just somehow self sabotage himself for no reason. And now I'm watching it like I don't like Bocek as a character. Like I just don't care for him at all, but I like everything around it. But as I was finishing season four and going into see them five. You know, there's that amazing episode with him and his mother, and you get that little origin story and that kind of blew me away, you know, and that got me thinking, wow, this show is actually it's always been smart, but now really appreciated for what it is, but I've been talking too much Christian. What are your initial thoughts on season five. Well, initially, let me just say happy. You finally came around the episode. You're referring to episode called stupid piece of shit, which sounds humorous, but it definitely isn't. So I think one of the. Deepest cuts the entire show, but I'm glad that something brought you around to. I really love it. I mean, just to be clear, we've only seen the first four episodes of the season next week. We'll do a full review on the show, but just based on the purse or episodes, I really love it. Initially, we were just going to be the first three, but then I said, hey, watch episode or because I think that's the crux of the show of like your complaints about the show which is that is a likable character. But in the fourth episode of the season, they have a whole arc about like normalising that behavior or normalization good purposes, right?.
"beau jack" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Kenosha Wisconsin wants to donate ten flotation rings to the Kenosha placed permanent to be kept in lakefront patrol vehicles to prevent further deaths. Echinacea news says Marlene terror describe what happens moments before the teen. Seventeen year old. Donovan Anderson of Kenosha drowned on September six after he jumped off the north pier of Kenosha harbor at that point in time. We didn't think anything of it at the waters were a bit choppy. So we were concerned. The girl then proceeded to get out of the water. And we didn't think again, anything we talked the boy was okay. She then went back in the water at that point in time. We kinda felt there may have been some struggle by him. But we were not sure terrorists. She did see a police officer running towards the pier with no flotation device. Hey, everybody and welcome to net. Picks your guide to finding out what to watch online the fifth season of beau. Jack horsemen starts screaming on networks on Friday September fourteen. That's also the same day. The new talk show, nor MC Donald's has a show arrives on Netflix. There's a new live action manga adaptation on that flicks beginning on the fourteenth it's called bleach. And it tells the story of a high schooler who becomes a reaper. The only thing is he just wants to give the power's back. It looks really intense. Speaking of intense, there's a new Hulu series called the first the show starts steaming on the fourteenth as well. The first stars Sean Penn, and it's about taking a mission to Mars and over on HBO. Now, you can watch a bunch of recent movies. The service just added the family film. Permanent the reboot of the mummy and the musical the greatest showman. For more information on what's coming and going online.
"beau jack" Discussed on 1A
"Courtney welcome to one a.. Hi, thanks for having me. Talk about where you're at right now artistically emotionally in these songs. How how do you really feel these days. Such a big question, I feel pretty good. You know, I, I just turned thirty last year and I feel like somehow that. I don't know. I feel like I stepped of some sort of line, but I don't know. It's still I'm still lost still kind of figuring it out everyday trying to figure figure stuff out, but I feel pretty grateful and just doing it. There are still people trying to figure out thirty when they're like fifty. So don't feel bad, and it may take a while. Talk about the title of the album word that title come from? Well, it was a line in in one of the songs before before I decided it was going to be the album title I really was was working on the album title for a long time and not coming up with anything and then and then that kind of jumped out as as this really kind of flexible line that could be interpreted from many different angles, which I, which I quite liked and and it kind of I don't know. It meant a lot. A lot of different things to me, whether it's something people have said to me. Me in in kind of complete in tennis or ho Sok Hasim and yeah, it seemed like a good kind of over. It's one of those things people say at a lot of different ways where they really mean to hear what you feel or whether they're like, oh, tell me how you really feel. It's it's one of those things people say earnestly and and kind of phone early in the same breath. Yeah. And I, I like those two kind of contrast. Then I think you know the a lot of the songs that I was riding like when I was riding I was, I guess I was trying to kind of dig deeper and figure out figure out. Yeah, how I felt about setting things and so it kind of made sense. We definitely want to have you play for us in just a few minutes, but I also wanted to ask you about another theme that appears often in your songs and that's mental illness. Some listeners might recognize your song of Gardner in which you. Meticulously describe having a severe panic attack that sent you to the hospital. If you've heard season two of beau Jack horseman on Netflix, it's the song that plays over the end credits on the new album. Tell me how you really feel. There are moments like on the song charity where you saying you don't have to pretend you're not scared. Everyone else is just as terrified as you singing about panic attacks is not something most singers like to get into. That's kind of touchy territory. How is it for you having your work associated with such difficult unpleasant, painful things. Does that bother you? Is that a badge of pride for you? How do you reflect on that? I think I just kind of take it as it comes. I'm in its may, China, China, wicks trees as I think all of my sons are just trying to figure feelings and situations out. Very, very openly and to whoever's willing to listen. Tell us about how you compose a song. What's your process? Like? I think it's always a bit different. I sometimes they just take a long time and sometimes they'd quite short, but I ride a whole lot more than I kind of than I play and I, I don't know. I kind of just have books of of ideas and poems and and and over time kind of melting together. And you know, there's some songs in these new album that that I kind of technically started riding on when I was thirteen thirteen. Yeah. So they kind of sometimes they date back a fair while and and wh-what came out of your thirteen year old days that made it onto this album?.