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BONUS EPISODE: Spit Spreads Death

Distillations: Science + Culture + History

19:17 min | 7 months ago

BONUS EPISODE: Spit Spreads Death

"Hello and welcome distillation. I'm Alexis Patrick. Our team is busy working on her upcoming season. Even as we self isolate. But we had a hunch that a lot of you could use something new to listen to now. So this is the first of several short interviews. That'll be appearing in your feet. Psalm are going to be relevant to what we're living through right now and some are going to be completely unrelated random history of science nerd them or bonus content from our upcoming season today. We're talking to Jean Boyd. The historical curator for a multi year project at the Motor Museum in Philadelphia. It's called spit spreads death and it's about how the influenza pandemic of nineteen eighteen hit the city of Philadelphia and it's more than just a static exhibit in a museum it also incorporates public art projects and community health programming. The show opened in September. And while of course you can't go see now it'll be open until twenty twenty four. You plenty of time. We TALK TO JANE. About Eerie parallels between the nineteen eighteen pandemic and our current global health crisis. So I'm just going to start at the beginning. Can you give us a snapshot of what? Spit SPREADS? Death is all about so what we wanted to do was use Philadelphia's experience in this global pandemic which killed fifty to one hundred million people worldwide. And see us that to explore how communities respond to these severe public health crises so it it really talks about how this pandemic blazed through the city in a matter of weeks for the worst part of it and it affected every block in every family and how it left a lot of questions behind that are still unanswered. Even after one hundred years like how many people died in this pandemic were never going to know that exact number partly because in places like Africa and India. That didn't have a lot of people recording. All this information at the time were not necessarily going to know what those figures are other questions are what what exactly caused the pandemic. This particular pandemic virus this variant of influenza to be so very deadly. That's a question that is still that still being figured out. Why did it kill so many young people most infectious diseases kill the very young babies and children and the very old but this disease hit very heavily among people in the prime of their life people in their twenties and thirties? So those are the kinds of questions that are being asked in terms of how many people actually died in Philadelphia we. We had some numbers that the city had compiled the time but we decided to do was to go back into the death. Certificates and transcribe the death certificates to figure out who died where they lived how we could map the progress of the disease through the city. This is something that visitors told us. They were interested in seeing so we embarked on this grand data gathering project and analyzed. All of these death figures and came up with a figure of about seventeen thousand. Five hundred people died of influenza and related infections in over the six months of the pandemic and fourteen thousand of those died within six weeks making one death every five minutes so using gathering all that data which we're going to do with that data set online for future researchers to use that enabled us to create digital interactive's that actually show all the desks in the city. They pop up as red dots. And you can search for a family name. You can search for a a a street you can find out of someone died in your house or near landmark that you're interested in and find out how the pandemic affected particular neighborhoods and those names also allowed us to for marchers in the memorial parade to choose someone to hold hold that person's name as a sign and to represent that person in the parade. The Motor Museum worked with a you. Pay Artists Group called blast theory to create a public art project based on the flu pandemic. They decided to do a parade as an echo of the liberty loan wartime fundraising parade in nineteen eighteen. That was one of the triggers for the the rapid spread of the influenza pandemic virus in Philadelphia on September Twenty Eighth Nineteen Eighteen Philadelphia hosted its largest parade ever the Liberty Loan Parade. Two hundred thousand people crowded together on broad street to celebrate war bonds and support the war effort but just days earlier. A mysterious and deadly in wins ahead arrived in the city and city leaders knew about it but they allowed the parade to go on within three days. Every bed in the city's thirty one hospitals was filled. So I'll talk a little bit about the raid. That was done. By the artist. Group blast theory in order to convey some of personal and emotional dimensions of this pandemic that hit Philadelphia particularly hard. Philadelphia was the city in the US that had the highest death rate among the top Largest American cities so this parade was meant to be a memorial for the victims but also a celebration of the public health workers that keep us all safe today The blast theory parade happened on September. Twenty eighth two thousand nineteen one hundred and one years to the day after the Liberty Loan Parade and anyone is welcome to participate. Many Philadelphians came out to honor family members who had died or gotten sick during the nineteen. Eighteen pandemic healthcare workers marched in scrubs and people honored victims by holding signs with their names on them. The following excerpts are from the artists film of the event made by blast theory Jacob J criminal. He saw race house solar off the amount of people that showed up here attest to how many people in touch by by the set them my grandparents from furry six. Oh I think a lot of people have have memories reading up blog posts where the museum director Robert Hicks Road That he anticipated that visitors Coming to the Motor Museum. During the lifetime of the exhibition would immediately make a connection to recent news reports of sort of killer disease outbreaks somewhere in the world. But could any of you have imagined how close to home this would all become and sort of how quickly well certainly not? I mean we knew as Robert said that since disease outbreaks are frequent all over the world that something would happen over the course of the run of this exhibition that people could make connections to in the news and for instance when we were planning the project. Zico virus was in the news. That seems a million years ago. Now Gosh you're right it is. It's so true but fortunately severe pandemics are much more rare and those kinds of outbreaks for influenza. There's only been three pandemics since nineteen eighteen in nineteen fifty seven in nineteen sixty eight to sixty nine and in two thousand nine the swine flu pandemic which many people remember so. It's the sort of thing where something is going to come down the pike. You just don't necessarily know what or when it's going to be so we knew would be relevant. We absolutely did not anticipate that it will become this extremely relevant so extremely quickly just a few months after the exhibit opened so we had our our parade with four hundred marchers at the end of September. We can't that's unimaginable now. So had something like that right no absolutely I mean. I think it's really interesting to sort of think about the parallels between what's happening in the world right now and and what was happening back then in nineteen eighteen are there parallels that you see in terms of what we're living through now It seems like Philadelphia's response is very different today than it was in nineteen eighteen. Now certainly that is true and I think that experience of nineteen eighteen has it. It's it's most likely informing. The are the very cautious response today but to go back to the past. The is that pandemic killed more people more quickly than any other disease than since there have been a plagues pandemics. That have killed certainly killed more people but not as quickly and the spread of the pandemic virus was exacerbated by this movement of people during World War One thousands millions of people moving over oceans and borders and continents and it also happened at the very end of the war and at the time there were no vaccines. No antibiotics to use against pneumonia. Which was the most common secondary infection? That was the real killer. Influence would weaken your immune system system and then the MONJA would come in and really carry you off. And even though we know a lot more medically and scientifically than we did. Then we know how virus's work they. They didn't know that influenza virus at the time they had identified a bacterium as the disease causing agent and they developed some vaccines against that but that was mistaken. So today we know how viruses work we can analyze their genomes. We can use that to develop vaccines against them. And so we have much more advance. Medical and scientific knowledge and treatments are much more advanced but with corona virus with this novel virus. That's very virulent. We can really be sort of. It's like a time travel machine. It just takes us right back into nineteen eighteen conditions because it takes time to develop and test a virus in the meantime these hospitals and doctors and nurses get overwhelmed. Supplies and equipment runs short. The coffins start to stack up because they people are dying. Were quickly than they can be. Buried temporary hospitals get set up in auditoriums and parking. Lots the stories and photos that I'm seeing from places like Bergamo Italy and now from New York just very close to us here in Philadelphia there are lots and lots of echoes of Nineteen Eighteen. So even with all this medical and scientific knowledge that we have when systems reached their breaking point. Were really living those past conditions all over again in some ways. I would say that if there was one lesson to draw from one hundred years ago I would say that it's the importance of transparency and it wasn't possible at the time to be transparent about the situation. There were federal laws that mandated press censorship in punished free speech all to keep up wartime row but people in power really need to be honest about the situation. They need to say what is happening. What's being done? An issue very clear guidance about what individuals should and shouldn't do and we've seen what goes wrong and how many people suffer when that transparency is lacking both one hundred years ago and today as we're thinking about nineteen eighteen today. Are we ever really going to be the same you know? Are we forever changed? Are we always going to obsess over these germs? And you know be scared of embracing our friends and you know all all of that. Sort of stuff And so I I think you know I wonder. After nineteen eighteen were Philadelphians. Really forever changed well the pendulum. It came and went very quickly. And it's looking like our experiences going to be a bit more long drawn out even even if the actual peak of the disease in a any particular location is going to be really quickly but in nineteen the worst weeks in Philadelphia where from late September to early November in the peak was in October in nineteen eighteen so but very soon after the death rate dropped the end of World War One was declared so there is enormous relief and rejoicing on November eleventh on Armistice Day and afterwards that terrible toll of pandemic was kind of swept under the rug to some extent and many people just wanted to forget about both of those trauma the pandemic in the war so they really didn't talk about their experiences in their feelings and additional thing is since there wasn't a public memorial memorial for the victims of the pandemic and there are only very few memorials anywhere in the world. There really wasn't any sort of communal way for people to grieve those losses so because diseases have not been viewed as historic as the same kind of historic event as as a war or some other kind of political conflict. They just a treated as kind of the ebb and flow of life. And so it's it's something that just gets remember privately and not in a communal fashion. Even though a these desk came out of an event that affected the entire world there. Just wasn't that kind of recognition that this was something that was worthy of commemoration in that way unlike the combat losses of of the soldiers and sailors. Those do have memorials and people really mostly mourned really quietly very privately. And I think that's part of the reason why this pandemic recalled the forgotten pandemic in quotes that's because historians didn't really pay much attention to it until later in the century most histories of that time were focused on political events military events but we found in our research that people definitely remembered the pandemic. Not just those loved ones they lost but also those emotions and stations and sights and sounds even the smells of living through those terrible weeks in those terrible months. For instance there are oral histories recorded a from Philadelphians in the early Nineteen Eighty S. Where people talk about Steven coffins stacked up and smelling the dead bodies and being just afraid and when people started to hear about this project our project they began to send a stories of the pandemic that were passed down in their families and we have dozens of these stories so far and more coming in every day and we were able to put some of the stories into the exhibition and we're compiling more of them to make a digital scrapbook to go online later. This year wow. That is amazing. That was actually going to be. My next question is going to be like his. Anyone actually sent you anything so absolutely so actually. I could tell you a really incredible story that we got at the beginning of the year. Yeah please so. This is a story. A woman sent in that her mother used to tell so. When the mother was a baby her family lived in. Camden New Jersey across the river from Philadelphia. There was a twin sister who died in the pandemic but there wasn't any undertaker available to bury the body so the mother was absolutely desperate so she put the dead baby and the living baby into the carriage and took them on the ferry across the river to Philadelphia and this was before the Benjamin Franklin Bridge was built because she knew an undertaker in her old neighborhood in Frankfurt neighborhood in Philadelphia so this is one of the harrowing parts is that people on the ferry were complimenting her on her beautiful children and all the while she was just terrified that she get caught for transporting a dead body across state lines. Oh my gosh. Isn't that amazing. So when she got off the ferry she walked several miles north to Frankford pushing the baby carriage to reach the undertaker where she left the body and the woman. Who wrote this letter telling us? This said that the story was told regularly at family gatherings. And you start to wonder. What was it like to grow up with a kind of origin story? Like that sort of haunted by your dead twin and by the trauma of your mother. Yeah so we have lots of stories like that. Do not as dramatic as that way they raise. Show how how deeply the pandemic affected people so really. People were changed because of their intense experiences and they did carry their memories with them even if they didn't really talk about them at the time so if people have family stories like to send them to influence a nine hundred eighteen at college of Physicians Dot Org or visit the Motor Museum website for the address particularly from the Philadelphia area. Were also interested in finding out. If you have an artifact pass down in your family from someone who died in the pandemic or photographs or documents. We'd really be interested in hearing about those. Thank you so so much. Jane relay this was. This was fantastic. Thank you you too. Bye-bye thanks to blast theory for letting US use x search from spits spreads death the parade a film by blast theory with music by David Lang performed by the crossing for distillation. I'm Alexis Patrick. Banks for listening.

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Years Ago, My Sister Vanished. I See Her Whenever I Want. | With Daisy Edgar-Jones

Modern Love

23:55 min | 6 months ago

Years Ago, My Sister Vanished. I See Her Whenever I Want. | With Daisy Edgar-Jones

"Modern love the podcast supported by from. Wb you are and read it. Endless bread is back with a new special series madness the secret mission for mind control and the people who paid the price light deprivation shock treatment a listener generic drugs and she lost her saw subscribed to endless thread on apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen we are still working on making regular modern love episodes for you but in this moment we really want to hear from you so we WanNa ask you to share your stories of love during the time of covert nineteen. Are you a healthcare worker dealing with this virus? Have you been sick yourself? Are you an essential worker? How have your relationships changed during the corona virus pandemic so send a voice memo with your story to us our email address is modern love at WBZ DOT? Org Try to keep it under a minute and try not to write the story down first talent to us as if you were telling a good friend you can find instructions for recording a voice memo at. Wbz Dot org slash love and look under the Tab. Share your story produced by the island at W. B. Boston a note before we start this episode deals with suicide and it may not be right for all listeners from the New York Times and WBZ. Boston this is modern law stories of love loss and redemption. I'm your host Meghna Chakrabarti whether we think about it or not most of US create a digital imprint as we move through the world instagram posts tweets facebook status. Updates in talks can all seem inconsequential when we post them but they do become a record. We leave behind Kylie lead. He writes about that in her essay years ago. My sister vanished. I see her whenever I want her pieces. Read by Daisy Edgar Jones Daisy Stars in normal people which premiered on Hulu on April Twenty Ninth Eighth Beats The cover photo of my sisters facebook page. Everything is going to be amazing. The words and Neon Blue Green and red glow from the screen as a kind of preternatural. Promise a message from beyond. When I'm feeling stressed I click on high profile case that image and take a deep breath. People leave notes messages and pictures on her page. They say I miss you. I love you and I'm thinking about you. They can't leave flowers but they didn't leave. Animated Hearts sometimes even travel through time by responding to a common too fast from years before and to certain magic. He's created the conversation extending across the bridge transcending her absence the page facilitate to continuation an afterlife on facebook. My sister's words are preserved frozen like a photograph and photographs remain to mocking the stages of her young life. You can view them. Chronologically scrolling to see a giggling girl in a pink Patagonia fleas become an eighteen year old model with a disposable camera and a goofy smile. You Can Watch. Her Tan legs grow long become blonder in curled freckled scatter into constellations across her nose. You can see the seed of rebellion spouting into an idea. Heck Green is alive and wild every so often. I clicked on the videos. Tab and watches. She and a friend drive through a toll gate with incorrect change. I listen again and again as my sister laughs. The video is grainy and absurd and it's difficult to distinguish faces but her laugh is distinct ringing out my favorite sound throaty and extravagant. I used to call my sister's phone when she first disappeared. And you she would not say. The signal had vanished. The moment she had but the voice mail was intact. When I needed to hear her voice I would dial her number and she would tell me to leave a message. Occasionally I did. I would tell her about my day. Go Ask why she was other times. I would cry my silence following the beep used to text her number. Two technology allowed me to continue that casual. Correspondents like a widower might speak to a gravestone. I kept up with the Kardashians told her what colleges I applied to related gossip from our high school and the details of parents separation. I told her crazy things. Ridiculous things things you tell your older sister the messages to matic reflexive a mood of self comfort until one night while out with friends at an Irish pub in Boston I received. A reply pointed been two years since the frigid January night when she took a taxi to the foot to Philadelphia's Benjamin Franklin Bridge two years since my parents sought with detectives viewing security camera photos that showed a walking towards the purchase high point in her red north face jacket but not continuing to years since the searches for any trace of her came up empty My family never officially proclaimed her deceased but the reality settled in our stomachs like the dust that fell upon her untouched veteran when my hyphen buzzed the bar in Boston and her name appeared on the black screen. I was so startled that I dropped it. My hands instantly slick on my heart racing. Uh I was a freshman in college then and haven't told my new friends about my sister. It was easier to say I was not child than to reveal the complicated truth At the pub that night a band was playing my sister's favorite some so I had texted. I miss you. That's when her name appeared with the message. You is this. I rushed to the bathroom. Made it into a stall where I collapse onto a toilet seat thinking. She's a she's alive shaking. I pressed the call. Button Palo Voice. Said it was a female voice deeper than my sister's older. The woman explains that she had been given the number with her new South Plan. Migrates found me sobbing in the store. Morning a new kind of loss. They guided me how Pasta well-meaning Stranger at the sink said whoever he is he's not what the taste trust bay. I wanted to say he's she and just me. He's worth it. I told my friends. The truth sat night. Though it's the truth I've struggled to face myself after all fi could still see her here on textile what she really gone if face but remind me annually birthday and calculated the passing years her current age than her death wasn't a period or an end but more of an ellipse and I could still imagine the dot dot dot the chat bubble popping up at any moment when someone you love. Disobeys does no finality of an autopsy. Report WILL THE CLOSURE OF FUNERAL. We have is a lack of presence. You can piece together. The mystery like in the Nancy drew books he used to devour. But there's no memorial service to confirm the truth and that's the problem the promise of possibility however faint he's harsher than any certainty. It has now been five years since her disappearance and I still fantasize size about an alternate outcome. That senseless hope is hard to smother the off chance that someday I may see her face in a crowd as familiar as my own reflection overrun towards and save her. This time. I have this dream a lot intruding on other dreams. Bullying them demanding to be had several years ago. My mother suggested we delete my sister's facebook account wondering if it was inappropriate the way her online life is paused with random. Thoughts and photos on public display ultimately decided not to he brings me too much comfort as the years palace are now the age. She was when she disappeared. I've come to know her better. From the quote she posted in her bio the song. She cute in her ipod. The comments she left on her friends photos site getting to know someone through glimpses in a window. But it's better than nothing and yet I understand my mother's view the something indecent about holding onto social media it's so alive so casual so improper there are screen shots have facetime conversations cell fees per fain jokes a picture of her asleep with friends to Iowa. Recently I read about the development of chat bots that can imitate human speech patterns. The technology is being considered as a way to facilitate bereavement allowing us to communicate with loved ones through text messages using personal data and old messages. The bots can respond. Might go father grandmother. Sister they can use your loved ones favorite phrases and dialectic habits. They can say I miss you too with such sophisticated technology. The question is no longer. What's possible but what's morally permissible in the gray area between preservation and personality theft. There is a danger of too much holding on and not enough letting go memorials. Never feel. Like enough to the grief-stricken never big enough or grand enough to commemorate the people we lose. Technology may get US closer replicating faces and voices with alarming accuracy but it will inevitably fall short these days. There are a few friends posting on my sister's page not as many hearts as instagram surges. On facebook recedes. I wonder how long how page will remain active. It's odd to think that interest in my sister may depend on the relative popularity of social media platform for now. The photos keep memory vivid. It and I liked the solidarity of knowing others think of her and how they express that love with absence comes forgetting and facebook helps me remember what. I cannot better news on half pay. Her essence remains the way. She extends her words with too many vowels. I miss you coming. I may as you the bright colors of her crochet top the Fuchsia. She painted her nails one summer. Picture of US ON CAPE COD. My knees resting on her shoulders at. Sunset. I can see the scar on her lower lip from when she fell out of her bedroom window sneaking out to a high school party. I can see. Her nose scrunched up and she ready self to tell a joke. Facebook cannot mimic. My sister's flowery handwriting. Remind me how. She smelled wearing her favorite perfume. Hug me the way she used to but it can preserve the post. She left on my wall six years ago. That reads I love sometimes. That's enough Daisy Edgar Jones Reading Kylie's essay years ago. My sister vanished. I see her whenever I want. We'll catch up with Kylie after the break Modern love is sponsored by policy. Genius if there's one thing. Humans aren't great at. Its predicting the future. Just take a look around no amount of crystal balls fortune. Cookies ordeal leaves could predict the world. We're living in right now but unpredictability is also what keeps life interesting. The trick is to enjoy the ride without worrying about what's around the corner and one way to worry less together right life insurance. That's where policy genius can help policy genius makes finding the right life insurance a breeze. In minutes you can compare quotes from the top insurers to find your best price you could save fifteen hundred dollars or more a year by using policy genius to compare life insurance policies. Once you apply the policy genius team will handle all the paperwork and red tape for free. They can also help with home or auto. So if you haven't found a play-by-play breakdown of your future inside a crystal ball or a cookie that's okay. Be prepared for anything with life insurance in just a few minutes. You can find your best price and apply at policy. Genius DOT COM policy. Genius will always get the future wrong better life insurance right. Kylie letty one. The Modern Love College Essay contest in two thousand nineteen. She says that before her piece was published. She and her family had to wrestle with what it would be like to have the story of her sister's suicide out in the world there. Is this aspect my sister that I didn't want to really get into the essay? She was going through a lot the time she was struggling with mental illness and a law. That was Kinda degrading the things that made her who she was. And I was afraid to kind of bring that subject into the world in this essay because it was my first time really writing anything of the public and pretty much a year has passed. Nelson's yes they came out. I've realized that it's not enough just to talk about the good and that it's okay to say that over the hard times that sometimes my sister wasn't who she wanted to be. I think the best thing we can do is be honest about both aspects that good and the funny times and the ways I wanna remember her and also that that she struggled Kylie says that before the essay was published. She tried to make her sisters facebook page last public. My sister is a couple years older than me and she kind of was using facebook and different way that we use it now maybe even like it was way more casual for her and Nas met she was wanting to be on the New York Times page so for me. It was trying to protect her in a certain way her memory but I was emailing customer service like nonstop before the came out asking them. They can make memorialize account and just because they didn't have that desk. Terrific it even though. We are certainly what happened. It wasn't possible to make it into this. New State. Kylie eventually came to terms with the fact that her sisters facebook page is relatively accessible. She's still visits the page and she still takes comfort from it. There's this risk when someone passes away that we're GONNA lose the aspects of them. That made them who they are in these little ways the way. They smiled or just strange small details. Now I feel like I look back meisters. Facebook page last says this need to remember her more like comfort that it's there I need it and she's always going to be there with me in different ways now to Kylie graduated from college last year. Now she's working in journalism in New York City although she's back home in Massachusetts during the quarantine and she recently got a book deal. She's working on a book about her sister and thinking about her a lot. It's kind of funny. I have these tax messages. I've saved my sister and a lot of them are like with the lovely and they'd be after we had a fight so it's kind of ironic. But we'd have a fight and she would message me something so kind and somehow that wouldn't even answer because I would be mad at her and I regret that obviously but a few of the text messages you sent me. She says that she loves me and always amazing things then. She says. She hopes that I write one day and I try to hold on to knowing that she wanted this for me and now that my kind of my big break in writing was this essay about her and now this book about her it makes me feel like we are doing it together in a strange way and that that this aspect of sisterhood and like wanting the best for each other and supporting other is still there Kylie letty. She's a writer and works as an editorial assistant at parents magazine. She's working on a memoir and many thanks to Kylie for recording herself at home more after the break. We WanNa tell you about another show. You might enjoy this is love from the creators of the hit podcast criminal and PR XS Radio Tovia. This is love is back with the kinds of stories. We need right now in their new season. They're taking US outside. Incredible stories about animals in the wild like a scuba diver who dives in sidedly sure in Antarctica the family drama of rival Wolf Packs Yellowstone and fumbled date that turned into an unbelievable encounter with the wild. This is Love was one of time. Magazine's top picks of the year refinery. Twenty nine says this is love. Is The warm story base podcast and listen to when the news is too much to bear? Check it out wherever you like to listen from from. Wb you are and read it. Endless thread is back with a new special series about a real conspiracy involving a doctor in Montreal. Lsp and the CIA. They saw him confessing and they thought somebody else is controlling. This guy's mind madness the secret mission for mind control and the people who paid the price subscribed to endless thread on apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen. Daniel Jones is the editor of the modern love column for The New York Times. He says that most people who submit to the Modern Love College a contest right about Romantic love. Kylie's essays stood out so her essay was really an unusual perspective to have A sister relationship but it was so powerful and we felt the essay was such a brave sort of investigation into her own emotions about having someone so close to her disappear without confirmation of what happened to her for so long and just the way she was able to a young age capture capture how that feels and how it continues to tug at you and how you move on ultimately and here's Daisy Edgar Jones. I find the kind of topic of the way we deal with grief and on social media very very interesting because on the one hand. I think it's a really wonderful thing that it can be something we shat to to speak about it and to to see the way of the people deal with it and there is such a comfort asset in this essay of being able to remember someone to them on in in in any kind of form but on the other hand. I completely relate to what she talks about the kind of strangeness of Keeping This this part of someone going when they are no longer with us and and whether that's morally wrong so I just found the fascinating and very beautiful and very sad. So that's why I chose the person thanks today's for reading Kylie's piece daisy's new show is normal. People it premiered on Hulu on April twenty ninth and daisy was our latest actor to record herself. So thank you to her for asking her roommate's to turn off the TV waiting for the guitar player next door to stop playing and pausing every time a truck went by daisy. Did a terrific job. Modern love is a production of the New York Times and WB you are Boston's NPR station. It's produced directed and edited by Caitlyn O'Keefe original scoring and sound design by Matt Reed. Iris Adler is our executive producer. Were edited by Catherine Brewer. Daniel Jones is the editor of modern love for the New York Times and adviser to the show. The idea for the modern love. Podcast was conceived by Lisa. Tobin additional thanks to mealea Julius Simon and Anya strenuous at the New York Times and to Michael. Garth at Wvu. Our Party see you next week from. Wr and read it. Endless thread is back with a new special series about a real conspiracy involving LSD. A doctor in Montreal and the CIA people have a hard time grasping the reality of this madness. They saw him confessing and they thought somebody else is controlling. 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Art from Everclear Live on The Bob & Sheri Show

Bob and Sheri

1:31:13 hr | 1 year ago

Art from Everclear Live on The Bob & Sheri Show

"The excitement you want. It's the Bob and Sheri show, the two of us the music with Baugh think I want to be here and Sherri, you think I want to be there? Now broadcasting from the palatial Bob and Sheri studios is Bob. And Sheri, I want to get everybody's Monday off on a great start. I wanna give you something to think about that is not controversial not depressing. Not about rich celebrities, not about what you need to do to get a swimsuit body. It is absolutely amazing news. Are you ready? Did you know kids, you're gonna love this one? Did you know that about ten thousand years ago, maybe eleven thousand years ago, giant beavers that weighed two hundred and twenty pounds and we're five feet tall Rome, North America from Florida to Alaska kidding. I want you to picture. I want you to look beaver. I want that is some beaver. I want you to look at max and picture a beaver that's a foot or so shorter. The max. But what do you weigh max about one hundred ninety pounds? Two hundred pounds. Okay. A beaver that weighs as much as max and it's just a little bit shorter than me. I'm having difficulty making that connection. I'm sorry. I just I know it's just rather have it in my, you know, can tell you about the giant beavers that once were American replies anything like that we don't have giant Iverson anymore is absolutely fascinating to me. Okay. So the giant beavers that are now extinct. I can't two hundred twenty pounds five feet tall those beavers did not eat would the way modern beaver stew. They ate aquatic plants. And so they were super dependent on wetlands any kind of swampy area. Right. Right. Well about ten thousand years ago, we had all sorts of shifts and changes in the client, and the climate and these wetlands, it became drier, and drier, hotter. And the wetlands began drying up. Up and these beavers because they could not build dams and lodges and create their own wetlands Rosie the modern North American beaver, and I know kids you're like, wow, this is fascinating. The modern North American beaver is an environmental engineer nature's architect, they are and beavers actually help build the habitat. They need by making dams and structures that create wetlands, right? I got to tell you something they do some damage to of course, a lot of damage. Of course they do a five foot to a beaver would do that. That beaver didn't you would if the ancient oral stored beavers that way, two hundred twenty pounds and we're five feet tall if those beavers had figured out what to do with would they might still be here because they could have created their own habitat, modern beavers too. But they just they just became extinct. That's the reason why we don't have gigantic beavers, and I'm about to post on. Our Facebook a graph that an artist made showing you it's three it's three images on the graph. The first images, today's North American beaver, and then Justin Bieber and then a giant prehistoric Bieber so that you can get some perspective on how big each was, you know, that'd be a hell of a movie like of science fiction, moving snakes. Like snakes on a plane. And if let me tell you, something if you called it giant beavers, people would go to see that you're gonna get in against. Yeah. Now in related news, because I, I don't I never know how much I'm going to be allowed to talk about ancient prehistoric beavers here on the Bob and Sheri show. So I have to get it all out at once or I'll explode, there was a guy walking along the religious say that you pretty much talk about those things whenever you want to think you're pretty you pretty much know. No. I mean, this is interesting. I've never heard of giant beavers be five foot tall two hundred plus pound. But when you say fight feet told me five feet long was walking walking onto on his hind legs could do both. I guess. Either way a big. But still if it was standing up that would be scarier. Don't you think it would be scarier if it was standing up? Oh, in running toward you with its tail slapping. Right. With those big beaver book he beaver teeth. I think. That's what they have. Yep. So are used to always remember that? Often said like a woman with a little bit of an overbites. Yeah. But maybe not a five foot tall two hundred dollars. Some guy was walking along the beach in Norfolk in the UK. And he saw something lying on an on the surf said and it looked like just a sandy kind of discolored lump. But the guy his hobby is, like, like fossils, he sort of an image amateur. What's the word lip paleontologists? And that's his hobby. He scooped it up, and he looked at it and he was overcome with excitement because he knew what he was holding in his hand. It was he was holding the molar the molar of a southern mammoth, an animal that lived about two and a half million years ago. What's the likelihood of a paleontologist discovering that thirteen in an amateur? It was his thirteen feet tall. And they, they ate a lot of Woody plants. And so their molars were always had abrasion stuff anyway, the molar of this giant, southern mammoth, which lived over two million years ago fills the palm of his hand. That's how. Vegas to hang at it just washed up on the beach there. It was. Yeah. There it was so interesting. They are relatives, very distant kid, find a C show. That's not in some way, you know, broken so cats, these southern mammoths are distant distant distant cousins to modern day elephants, but they were different from the woolly mammoths that we all learned about in school because they weren't Woolley. Right. Because they lived in because the woolly mammoth got its name because it was because it was cold. So there you go. I don't care what else this Monday brings to you. You are walking out the door armed with the knowledge of giant prehistoric beavers, and that ain't nothing. That's exactly right. And thank you, Sherry during on the Bob and Sheri, look for the movie, great big beavers, but don't look, don't put that in don't put that. It's Bob and Sheri, get the free Bob. And Sheri and instantly get the podcast, the odd cast and Bob and Sheri fund size, took a look at how to reduce stress. I hope our listeners are not all stressed out is the start off for another day today. And there are fifteen activities that are very useful. I'm going to start at the bottom until you what the best activity is for reducing stress. Okay. Number fifteen is journaling, I think, for some folks, that would be the case, you know, just reflect and write in your journal, you're shaking your head. I've tried I just can't really what you such a good writer why. I'm tired at the end of the door to relive that days disaster. Okay. Well, there you go. I'm sorry. Brought it up. I wish that I could. I think that's a I think that's an incredibly powerful thing. And then you can look back and see how you've grown. Yeah. Like number four, or a help people have screwed you over or. No. If you forgot you could go back and look number fourteen lighting, a candle number thirteen yoga number twelve is exercising could be anything running biking. Whatever number eleven best way to reduce stress drinking a Cup of tea. Now we're in the top ten reading. Yep. Stretching. Playing with animals. I think that should be up higher. That is great stress reliever. At least that is for me. It don't like animals maybe you know, okay? But I don't know why you don't like animals might want to look into that put an you journal, why don't I like animals something wrong with me and probably just crazy number seven meditating and number six walking? Yeah. Yeah. That, that does it for me. You know, just getting outside reduces stress, right? Especially if it's a nice day, number five getting a massage sometimes. Number four taken a nice hot shower or a bath. Right, number three way to reduce stress in America. Listening to music is long as it's my music, it's the music you light if it's not the music I like that adds. The my stress is all I can hear is that music that I don't like. Number two, way to reduce stress sleeping like taking a nice nap. Number one is. Physical affection. Let's put it that way. Physical affection is the greatest stress. What do you think? League hugging and snuggling. No, would you think of trying to get your mind take fifteen you think that those are all just about right on the money? Yeah. I think so too. No, not not just hugging. It's more than that. Yeah. What, what, what did you say? I'm trying to a Netflix cello or trying to come up with a tasteful. Yeah. Well, I think he did. I don't how tasteful it was. But there it is. Yeah. Yeah, seems a lot of work. Sometimes when you really stressed out and tired, what do you say that, you know, you know what if we're all saying that there might be something to it? Have you ever thought about that? When I say y'all I'm talking about women. That's what I'm saying. If we're all saying, it, maybe there might be something to want you just relax. Have a nice massage drink some tea. That dog one get. Music. Then you're all said, I met trying to give you the bum's rush. Relax. I don't think too much time take too much. That's right. Hey. That is only twenty four hours a day. Okay. Yeah. You, you in a multitasker. Okay. So there. Well. Well, you know, I think that was very this days off to excising. Yeah. We'd learned something and now we have we have some strategy to take it. He's not exactly. Yeah, it's the Bob and Sheri show. And we're glad to have you with us here right now. You know, who's coming up later on today show art Alexakis musician, frontman forever. Clear such a fascinating guys can join us later today. Are you hiring with indeed? You can post a job in minutes. Set up screener questions than zero in on qualified candidates in an online dashboard. Get started at indeed dot com slash heart. It's bob. And Sheri, I dunno this little girl. But I'm telling you years from now, she's going to be running a big business and eleven year old girl, whose name is Victoria recently sent a letter to the prime minister of New Zealand asking to get a job training dragons for her country. She also asked if the government could hook her up with some telecommuting powers and to sweeten the deal. She included a five dollar Bill as a bribe. I love this. The prime minister sent her a letter back and apologize that, quote, we are not currently doing any work in either air, and she returned the five dollar Bill. The kid at eleven knows you've you God when your government got a wet their beacon money you get their attention. This got my attention sixteen percent of people are high on weed at work in the United States percent every day, I wonder what kinds of jobs are more likely to be. Way out of the sixteen percent not twenty six percent of the sixteen percent or high everyday the others just once once in a while. Probably on Fridays. Right. You would think that this would be a job that we could do high. But I could not do my job home. No. Are you kidding me? Ono be awful. I couldn't even really function with two glasses of wine. No, I would be sloppy. I think the worst such a lightweight though the worst part about it is that after some Wieder or some wine, or whatever it is, you would think that you're doing a great job and you're saying to yourself, this is going, so smoothly, but maybe not feet. Everything makes me sleepy. So I don't think I would think I was doing a job because I would be looking for us spot for a net. You would not be a good day drinker. I I'm not I'm not either. I don't know how people can do everything makes me sleepy. I don't know how people can do the especially the ones that start day drinking like they're on vacation, right? And to get onto the pool and you didn't you know that matter of fact, I heard a guy say this. If I have a drink in my hand by ten AM. I'm not really on vacation really, really. And they go all today and then go out that night and party. I mean, I just don't know how you do that without any sleep. I think that other people like I've studied other people am I think they have different metabolism's and they metabolize alcohol differently. Maybe so because you'll see other people who are doing their ten AM day, drinking on vacation. And they're like. Let's do the wobble and I'm over here going so. So. It's true. But if you go to one of those all inclusive resort places where they have a pool bar. It's really hard to say no at, at eleven o'clock in the morning when there's a PINA colada machine that I can swim up to. I've only stayed in one of those places like twice. Well, when Kevin and I got married, we did not. We didn't have a honeymoon we got married, and we took all the kids. We, it was a surprise wedding. So we took all the kids with us to beautiful Charleston and got married and had a weekend with the kids and had a great time. And then came home and went to work on Monday. We did not have a honeymoon, but about two months after we got married. I had to go to a broadcasting conference in Orlando, and I said to Kevin come because the conference will be overlake Thursday afternoon. And we'll just stay at the hotel where the conference is right and come home on Sunday. We'll have like mini honeymoon, so they had this amazing pool setup and at the pool they. Had a bar, not a swim up our, but they had a barley bar, right at the pool. So we get out there about eleven and first of all, you know that I'm, I'm not available for the sun. I'm like a vampire interested in the sun. So I'm wearing like, you know, SPF two hundred and, you know, surf shirt, I'm under an umbrella, and Kevin goes, and he gets me of frozen Dockery. It's like Levin o'clock in the morning by two o'clock in the afternoon. I said, get in the pool. Listen. If I go underwater, don't come back. Gabby really sleepy. I, I was just I know. I would rather have the Tiki bar by the pool than the swim up. Or what is it about the swim up bar? You object to it just seems wrong. You know, it's just, just New England is no, I know at the idea that I'm still in that up to a little concrete. Stool, excuse me, and Tonio. I believe I will have a drink right now. I it's like where's the lightning strike me down? Puritan in you. It is my who am I to wear basically a like rubber band around my bottom? Swim up and demanded another human being intoxicate wrong. It. No, it's the Wigley backtra. It's the puritan thing. Just seems wrong Silas Varner. I know it's so much easier. Just those care more fun to be aboard hedonist. Oh, yeah. Are you kidding swim up bar? Well, there's where's there that hotel in Jamaica or somewhere, hedonism? You know, we are naked in the lobby starting to see why we don't get invited to more places because here's what happens when you invite us Bob. Where's the lightning strike me so tired? Yeah. We're not bringing the party. The news is next. It's Bob and got individuals. Simple bomb. Sherry, it's morons in the news, Shirley, his most of our morons than the news stories worse this morning. But let me just throw this in here because I had no place for the emergency phone number in South Korea, his one one two for crime. One one nine for a fire in one one three. If you wanna reporting a spy. Must be a lot of spying. If there's a dedicated number four it, they are so paranoid about those nut that nut in the north in North Korea. Kim Jong Hoon that everybody is always kind of. I don't know if the reading on their neighbors, but they're keeping an eye out for it something that might be suspicious because you know that he sent spies and speaking of Kim Jong Hoon? He's been in the news lately that is the crazies as haircut I've ever seen in my life. And I know it's a different culture from America, but meal picture that guy. That here. Cut makes no sense whatsoever. It's the worst. It's the worst haircut I've ever seen like in a world where we have the internet knows. But have you ever seen any other human being with a haircut like that now but I read that he cuts it like that to make himself look taller coats, not working. It's it's from his ear halfway up his head. There's nothing shave and then there's like that. It's like a wrap around thing going on. Maybe he sees himself as a man, who. Is not supposed to look like other men. You know that may it that he is supposed to be unique in all the world. You know what accomplished mission accomplished you won that one, right? I mean it's this it, it is. It's a three stooges. It's like a haircut give yourself when you're eight. Blaine. Blaine is about twenty miles north of Minneapolis. And a cop was pulled up cop pulled the driver over who was driving in some way, that was at least a little bit Iraq. And when they pulled her over she was watching an episode of parks and rec while driving on her phone, and it is a great show. It is a really great show, not at seventy miles an hour, but you're not supposed to try to watch it when you're driving. Another guy that two tickets from Minnesota state patrol because he was on, I ninety four watching law and order and not wearing his seat belt. And these are just the ones that we know about. The cut caught the ones that get caught. So let's go to Denmark now. I think it's fair to say that whatever political team you root for you're probably sick to death of political ass. Don't you think that that's the one thing maybe that's left in America can agree on get get ready to get even sicker in the next two years? This is what American this is what what's left for us to agree on puppies, are adorable, and we all hate political Adzic, so a politician and Denmark, who actually is an Olympic silver medalist in the shot put is running for office, and he has decided to do something a little bit different. He's placing campaign ads on the world's top adult website or hub. So if you access porn hub in Copenhagen, you'll get his campaign. Wow. And he was questioned by it by some media, there who thought maybe he'd been hacked, and he said, Nope, that's me. That's the plan. Know what his political analyst, come up with a number. And the number is the Senate of people in that country who actually look at that stuff and the number was high. And they said, that's where they are. And that's where our money be spent it is one of the world's most. Active and busy website, which says a lot about the species, if we're being monitored from outer space, I want to do a citizen, salute more onto the news to the woman in Blackstone, Massachusetts, her car plunged into the river, she, she had just picked up her cat from the groomer when she crashed the car into the Blackstone river, so she grabbed her cat, and she climbed out of the window of the car before the vehicle sank, and she and her cat are both going to be fine to save the cut. She saved the cat. And she saved herself. I think it was the cats fold in some way because the cat was so about being. All right. It's parks and rec behind the wheel day, text the word moron. M. O. R O, N two eight eight eight two six to seven four three seven and we're going to send that right on out to your phone. Notice this in the news, Kevin better line reportedly said he won't let Britney Spears spending more time until she stable if Kevin federal line is saying. It's a very special announcement ahead, get up to three hundred dollars off select Dell and alienware computers with Intel core processors. Call eight hundred by Dell or go to Dell dot com slash Memorial Day. Bob and Sheri Felton time movie racket man is coming out at the end of the month may thirty-first, although because everything in the world now is available special if you have money or a subscription, you can see the movie early on, I think depending on where you live. It started in some cities, on Sunday of this, like yesterday, or Saturday, Sunday of yesterday, and then it goes all the way up to the thirty first, you pay extra is that something like, is there a movie like a godfather movie or something JAMES BOND movie, you will pay extra to see two weeks early? I wouldn't do that. No, no, I can wait for two weeks for almost anything. Well, I mean, I haven't been to a movie in three months. So I can definitely wait. But this movie is getting big buzz. The rolling it out. You can see it early. We have something special for you. This is a little bit of the trailer of rocket, man. Two. In my head it was all to notes that to get out. Fun. Let's see and south. What did you say? Reginald Dwight to note. That's my Granddad. Same. A from no? Get to be Solman. Gotta kill the person you were born to be in order to become the person, you wanna be. Thinking in changing my name to Elton, but that's. Yeah. Be the best selling artist. Xiaomi flashy. Can you even play the piano in those? You all. Show for drugs. So how does it feel to be a stop loss singer? Well, we can. I sleeping. This is going to be read is her choosing of being alone. Spire Fidelia to see. Pay to see Nelson. Do you even care how much pressure on the up still be going to my twenty percent enough? Do you have killed yourself? He would never marry. The actor playing out in John Taryn, Edgerton really can sing. And because Todd has many, many, many many many friends in the business. We got our hands on a song from the movie, and Taryn Edgerton, Elton John or singing together to the movie. But this is this is at an appearance, right? Do you wanna hear you're ready? Good job. He sounds like Hilton. All right here. A little bit louder. Got him. Such distinctive voice way. His. Tough choice does have a tough choice and tearing, you got it. One of the things I love about movies like this. These bio pic movies is one of the reasons I love the, the, the Queen movie because when you watch the movie from the very first seem it seems inevitable to you that this person is going to become a superstar. But of course at the time, it was not inevitable at all at all. In fact, it seemed like the most wildly unlikely thing that could ever happen in billion year. I guess it was the manager. I mean I didn't see the video only heard the audio lecture audience. But I think it was the manager who said, if you want to become a star you have to kill who you are. It was another performer, and I don't know the name, but it was I believe it was another performer who told him that, that you had to kill who you are. Reggie and create something brand new look at all the people that told Stephanie German outta that she would never be famous that she would never succeed. But you look at lady Gaga and you go, how did you. Not see. That this person was born to be a superstar, sometimes just because they're right? If you know them there, right in front of you. And you just say blood known you for a long time. There's no way you're going to another level. And sometimes you're you go the other way and you're wrong, we had an intern that I was convinced was going to be a star and it just didn't happen. But he ate at superstar, right? The free bobbins, Jerry instantly. Get the podcast, the on cast and Bob and Sheri fund size. So we were just talking about the rocket, man movie, the Elton John movie that's coming out at the end of the month, and I am going to tell you something about Elton John, that's gonna make you go. You're just going to love this. Okay. So back. And John, by the way has been performing in concert since late nineteen sixty nine he's played in eighty countries like thirty five hundred different shows so he's been all over the world and in nineteen seventy nine he was the very first western rockstar to perform in what was then the USSR is that, right? It was the very first and here is the partial today. Here's the part that's gonna make you go what because he was the first for so many. Russians regular Russian people. It was the very first time in their entire lives, they'd ever seen someone from the west who was wealthy and famous. And they looked at out and John the way he dressed, the rhinestone platform, boots incredibly elaborate, and, and ostentatious show, busy close. They looked at that, and they thought, oh. That's how they all dress the weight and Elton John's concert in nineteen seventy nine in Russia is considered the birth of the gaudy Russian luxury industry. Is that right? There is a reason why wealthy powerful. Russians kinda dress like own. Join in the seventies, and it's out and John in the seventies funny, is that not the coolest fun fact ever wouldn't happen today because of the internet. They see what Americans really, you know, dressed like or westerners, rather, British go back to nineteen seventy nine when the USSR was able to control what people saw on television, what they heard on the radio, what they can purchase in stores will kind of magazines or newspapers, no internet, no viral, no way to get information in and their first exposure to a western rockstar is John. I think other acts followed. He was referred. There wasn't a flood of them, but I think other acts followed if I'm not mistaken. I think the Rolling Stones maybe McCartney appeared there, too. The only reason I even know this is because I fell down a rabbit hole of. Rich Russian power players, and they're women. Why do they why do they draw? Did they dress like pimps in a musical about Atlantic City? Why do they do that? Like what is the reason for that? And I assume that it had something to do with ancient czarist culture. Anything shock at finding out that Elton John? It just blew my mind performing back the USSR in nineteen seventy nine in Russia. Four is one of the offense. He wore in that historic legendary concert is a short cropped bolo jacket trimmed and feathers and pompoms. It was funny when we had him on he was talking about doing Las Vegas. So I said, so you you're playing Vegas. You know, I think he swore he'd never would play Vegas. He said, yes. And I dress more flamboyantly than ever. I, I have to do that because I don't move around as much, and they have to look at some. All of a sudden was wearing these big wigs with a boat in, and it was all because he knew that people have to be entertained when they come to the concert. Listen. They knew Bob. And Sheri, twenty four seven Bob and Sheri dot com. Our director max is he's a little bit obsessed with this story. He has listened to this what we're gonna play for you. Probably I don't know twenty times in the last couple of days, I thought to myself, I could have done better than this. When you heard it if somebody said you have to go sing the national anthem. I could've I wouldn't have been great. I'm sure I would have been a little off key. It's tough song is the, the key is start low. Yeah, I think so, too. Here's what happened. It was at a minor league baseball game between the highpoint rockers, and the Sugarland skiers and the and the person that was scheduled to sing the national anthem got sick, too sick to perform. So a gentleman named Chuck Hayworth stepped in to sing the national anthem. And he he just was terrible at it. And he said, this was not meant to have any disrespect to our country or anyone who serves it. He really struggled. He had a hard time with the Lear IX, the these long pauses had to get the crowd to cheer in somebody got a hold of the video and barstools barstool sports began tweeting the video out. So a gazillion quarter million people are more of seen it at this point. He did not do it on purpose. He was just fill-in but max has become obsessed with this, again, on the grounds that could the question, and we'll we're gonna play it now. The question everyone who hears? It must ask themselves as could I have done any better on the fly? Here we go. They can't you see. Dawn's early light who's? You people. Lease. The me and. Round parts, we whereas. Lee streaming and the wrong. Bob's burgers STI. Off Fleck Stu there. Oh, say. Oh man. The. A whole mom What did shirk I mean he knew he couldn't sing it? I could not do any better. In fact, I think I would be worse. He why did he do that? Why did he go out there? And he didn't even know the words to the national anthem. See, I don't think he's a jerk. I think it takes a lot of guts to, to go. I mean, even if you know, the words like I know all the words the national anthem. But if you made me go sing it right now probably would freeze, you know, the person that was supposed to do it. Got sick and you can hear that he probably can sing a little bit. But that's a tough song. And a tough environment. Access read you have to start low, unless you're, you know, Aretha Franklin, and don't, don't force it just. Yeah. Just get it done. Don't, don't make it like you're on American idol that under the same exact circumstances that you could do better. I know I could not do that. Oh, I think I could do better because I know the words he was asking the crowd. What did the words if you're the singer and you don't, and you don't know, the words why'd you go up there in the first place, you would get nervous and freeze. Sure. Wouldn't sound very filling in. I would have the words in front of me. Yeah. I, I mean I just do that because it's not an easy song to sing. The words are difficult. You know, that's very, very true, and you could have googled, the words, right and read them off just read them off his phone start low. He said that the heat had gotten tomb his leg was cramping, midway through his performance. I don't know. Maybe it's because I cannot, tell me, this Legris cramp e also is wearing an orange jackets. There's no excuse for that. Matches issues such a heart song to sing. You do wonder sometimes should we have just gone with America, the beautiful as, as our national anthem, rather than the star spangled banner. It's just so hard to sinning on behalf of all people who sing as badly as me. And there really are no other people who sing as badly as me. So I am alone. I am on I'm teen chunky worth. I think he stepped out and did a hard thing and probably panicked. And he wasn't as awful as I, I think that he should have said is anybody here have a great voice and know the words to the star spangled banner and brought some? I mean, okay, you had some courage wanted to get it done. But you didn't other words it's it's it's like getting in a car never having driven come on. That cantaloupe color is super hard to wear. Specific skin tone. It's bob. The new Bob. And Sheri at instantly, get the hot cast and odd cast a great wedding. And I'm still kind of pulling over everything and all of the people and all of that. Down the road. Most. Yeah, I, I don't think you've slept much. No. And I made a decision I don't think I even told you about this. I made a decision to talk to people that I don't see very often because looking back on other weddings, I have a few to look back on not just my own, but like my like my sister's wedding. Okay. I was gave her away because my father had passed. And so I gave her away and I had my children there and they were young and a wife and a lot of stuff going on, and my mother's cousins came, and I hadn't seen them since I was a kid, and I was so caught up with taking the responsibility of giving her away my sister and making sure that my wife at the time was okay, comfortable and the children and all of that. I can remember seeing my aunts. Who I had not seen. I don't know how long talking with one another and my mother a little bit, and I should have gone over there and sat down with them and say, you know, tell me what's going on in your life. Now tell me juice, still live in that house in Westport Connecticut that I like so much an, an all of these things and I decided I didn't I didn't hit it out of the ballpark, but I, I did a lot better than I did in the past. I've got to forgive yourself. I mean you should have done that should have full for two so long. Yeah. Well, I'm just saying, I would have liked to have known. I would've liked for my own purposes to have colored in a few of those boxes. It's questions now. You know, they you'll never know anyway, anyway, I'm just glad so can we do? We have time for small plates here. Yeah. Very badly hearing. Small stories. We'll see what you think about some of them, a guy in Washington was arrested for suspicion of DUI after he plowed into a mall and then drove around inside the mall. What was the movie were some blues, bras that blues brothers? That's what I thought. Yeah. That was one of the better scenes in that movie a video that's floating around shows to police officers in California chasing a car down firing out of their police cars. Seventy six shots. The district attorney said it is alarming and irresponsible seventy six shots. I mean that's a lot. This is a story about Conan O'Brien. I don't watch Conan show because it's it's just on late. There are so many other changed at some shorts. Yeah. It's only like thirty minutes long. Always that, right. In two thousand fifteen he was sued for allegedly stealing five jokes from guys, blog and Twitter account. Coenen denies that he or his writers ever heard of this guy. And the case was scheduled to go to court this month instead of letting that happen Coenen settled with the guy, but he would like you to know he still denies the acquis the accusations stands behind his staff in a new piece variety. He said, I decided to forego, potentially farcical and expensive jury trial in federal court over five jokes that don't even make any sense anymore, four years and countless legal bills. Have been plenty. And he went on to say, I agree with Conan different people around the world, come up with the same joke all the time. It's an occupational hazard, the fact is that with over three hundred twenty five million users on Twitter and seemingly sixty percent of them, butting comedy writers, the creation of the same jokes based on today's news is reaching staggering numbers, you know, I think he's, he's completely. Right. Why Britain a few jokes? And then I'll go online and I'll see. Oh, that's my joke. But it was just the joke that made sense, given the circumstance that was in the news, I think, especially when you're doing breaking, and topical exact odds, that people aren't going to come up with the same. Yes line. No, if it's some sort of a sketch comedy, thing like you'd see on Saturday Night Live or if you're Robin Williams, too, extreme conscious. Right. You're exactly right. Then that's a different thing. But if you're. Doing jokes on politics, doing jokes on the internet or, or whatever the. You know, the, the focus is Kim Jong UN's haircut. You could see how this many people looking at news feeds, the more than one guy come up with that joke. You know what I mean? Maybe it was different when there were only like five TV channels, and two or three shows that are late night comedy shows that any, I mean, I've heard the same joke on, like Kimmel that was also on the statist with a little bit of choice. Bill Maher's, somebody like that. So I think Conan's right now think is writers coach his life and and very happy. Emotional pain may not be visible, but the impacted has on your life every day. 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It's Bob and Sheri of the traditional television networks are coming out without seeing what they're going to get rid of what they're going to roll out with new shows in the fall. And, you know the guy we've had them in, I think, in the studio didn't we have Billy Gardell in the studio? Yeah. Stand up comedian into became a star with Mike and Molly. Yeah. Right. I thought yeah right over here. It's been a long time. He's got a new comedy out and it's called. I, I don't know if I am pronouncing this name, right? It's about a man who suffers a heart attack and falls in love with his nurse. A Nigerian immigrant named abbess Hola. I think it's pronounced abbess. Holy I I asked you to write it down. Do you think that's how it's pronounced, I'm gonna go with Abby Sheila ABI Sheila ABI, Salah, Vishua, and the name of the show? So is then Bob hearts, ABI Shula? It's a, it's a little bit more of a mouthful than Mike and Molly. Right. I know. I mean, it's a really weird name could be I guess it could be Abby, Abby, Abby. Sola. IB Shola, IB, Sheila, maybe it's so different that people will pay attention to it. Yeah. Well, we live from time, be Sheila. It's pretty and you don't have to try to pronounce the name of the woman, who's playing Vishua who plays a Bichon Amax take a shot at it. Four Laki Alah, fauria, e cool. I mean, I have watched people on, like extra struggle with lupita neon go and tell a four. Right. That's right. So you know anything's possible. That's right. So that's one of the there's also a new sitcom. I predict this is going to be a hit. It's called broke. And it's about quote in -rageous Lee wealthy trust fund baby who suddenly cut off by his father, so he and his wife move into the house of her estranged sister, who's played by former NCIS star Pauley Perrette. I don't know why. But that sounds like a combination that trust fund, baby. All of a sudden is. Living a middle to lower class life and paulie. Pratt is fantastic. Yeah. I think that'll be a hit to, you know, who must just score through the moon with public popularity Patricia Heaton. She's coming on with a show called Carol second act. It's a sitcom where she plays a mom, who retires from teaching after raising two children, and then decides the launch a late in life careers doctor, this is like what her third show. There was revenue loves Raymond the middle. The middle was a great show. That was a good show. Now didn't you? And I talk once that she came across as such be in Raymond, Raymond. But you know what you think but people must love her as it's all where you are in your life. When you watch darn every. I see a rerun of everybody loves Raymond, and I'm like this poor woman. I like Ray but he's a goofball and he doesn't seem to do a lot and the parents are always up in her business. And the house is just a mess. That she would be on edge all the time. But didn't she do you? And I discuss that. I mean, she became an unlikeable character while there, they would write the, the writers would write these storylines where you know, Ray was bumbling an adorable. Right. Right. Right. And she was required to hold everything together. And I have to say bumbling adorable is really cute, but not every day that seventies. Right. Because you know what bumbling adorable forget stuff? Dinner on the table doesn't remember to pay the electric Bill doesn't get the kids picked up from school bumbling adorable has its moments, but it is not twenty four seven good name for TV show. Bumbling, endurable Torbay. You don't what it's all about, right? You know what? And it's easier to pronounce than what is it? Greg loves Abessola. Right. And you and I made a prediction. Nothing mean about Candice Bergen, but we made a prediction when they brought Murphy Brown back that it would fail. And they've, they've canceled it people just did not like it, it didn't work. Here's why here's what I think struggled in a world, where people are a zealous tip by negative toxic partisan news, a sitcom about that gonna be a tough sound yet veep on different. Bobby Pacific is is toxic as it gets. But I guess it's just funnier veep is not veep is. Not what Murphy Brown was Murphy Brown was about the toxic. Partisan political moment. Veep is a comedy about a terrible office, awful selfish person finds herself in a position where you can't be a terrible awful selfish. I know she has really got that character down, not on Seinfeld and on veep, because all of the characters we've talked about it, and she came on and talks about once. All of the characters have kind of meanness are not really awesome. People creep people funny and likeable in certain ways, kind of mean and other ways veep, was about politics. But not in the way that Murphy Brown was. Do you know what I'm saying? Because you watch. That Murphy Brown. Was that it stayed two seasons too long, anyhow, Candice Bergen said that. So I don't think anybody was going back. I watched people talking about it like on social media, and it went from this, like, well, yeah, bring a Murphy Brown back to. Oh, well this kind of a bummer. Hardcore fan episode and I didn't like it. It was too obvious what they were doing. And I said, I'm done with that. Bob and Sheri. Cherry on the free, Bob. And Sheri app. I got an interesting DM from one of our listeners name karston, and I've thought about it a lot for the past several days because her she's right? I'm gonna read it t-. She's absolutely right in what she says, and it absolutely shows how completely cynical and money, grubbing and cropped the, the very soul of American pop culture is are you ready? That's a big statement. But I'm going to back it up here. Ston DM me and said, Felicity Huffman is going to jail, but she's also going to gain she's going to write a book or do a TV series and MC money off of this whole thing. And cure Ston is right? Not a lot. You're supposedly are not allowed to write a book about a crime that you've been convicted of is not allowed to profit from that is that. So she can't write her autobiography and this isn't part of it. That doesn't seem some. I know that it's true in someplace you're talking about the son of Sam law. You money goes to the victims. Is this does that apply to all crimes just violent crimes? I'm thinking about Jordan Belfort. And he, he, he broke that movie that about the wolf of Wall Street. So I don't know. But I know that they do have laws where you can't do that some places so Dur time and she'll get out, and she will she will redeem a make money off of this cure subtract processing. All that when the day that Martha Stewart got released from camp, cupcake draped in a crocheted, scarf, one of her cells made for her at that point. People were like, is it over for Martha Stewart and the answers resounding Ojo? No more 'thus Stewart. I'm trying to process this Stewart has a lot of tentacles she's into a lot of things publishing. She's into television. You know, she's to a lot of different things. Elicited Huffman is an actress now if Max's, right? And she can't write a book about being but lead the outside. And by the way, she's only going to be in jail for a few weeks. So I think she's going to do. She has two minimum of four months. Right. That's the minimum sentences a federal crime. I don't I don't see produces knocking on her door saying, oh, we're really going to go through the roof on our new TV show. Because Felicity Huffman, Senate let's see if we can remember this conversation so that when when twenty twenty does a sit down with Felicity Huffman. And then she goes on her. Option tour. Let's see if we can remember what we predicted, okay, she goes on twenty twenty or she goes on with Oprah or wherever she goes. Right. And she talks about the experience, then she's very contrite. But where where does she go from there to monetize it? I don't see it when she was a serious working actress. She's either going to get Giger. She's not going to get a gig. I think that is not going to have she's not going to talk show in the afternoon. That's not a personality team care Ston. I think you're since. Right. And I'm not happy about it, by the way. I think it's gross the way you can do terrible things, and then say, I'm sorry and then make money off of your tour of turnover. I agree with it. So here's the deal with the son of Sam law. They passed it in New York and the supreme court overturned. It is a violation of the first amendment, so you can make money. You can write a book. The original namesake law from the state of New York was itself ruled unconstitutional by the supreme court of the United States. I don't think she's going to have enough juicy material. With four months in jails thinking it's a book about, I did hard time drinking toilet wine and had a girlfriend part of it. That's just part of it. It's also going to be my my journey. Chain? No, no. Let me tell you what, this book is going to be this book is going to be about toxic over mothering and she's going to make herself the poster girl. Toxic over mother, our kids, and that part about the tool it wine and woman named brenda's my girlfriend. That's just a peek inside my future. Speaker Felicity high people are going to forgive her because she's fessing up right now. And saying I did it let me face the crimes, and we'll forgive it. Laurie Laughlin people are not as forgiving of Laurie. Laughlin is lured. Laughlin has made the decision. Gee, there's a couple of ways to go here. I'm gonna go with Marie Antoinette. Huffman Felicity off, like I did it. I was wrong. I'm sorry. This was a betrayal for my kids like she's owning getting it over. I don't think you can be a hero. The I don't think people are gonna look at her say, I'm gonna I'm going to spend twenty nine ninety five on of listen Huffman book, just remember this conflict. I'm. Got nothing against terrific. I don't think she's going to try to make money off of it. I really don't. I think this is she's going to do this in close, this chapter and move on with their life Tigra. I think he's going to make money off of it, whether she tries to his Americans love a second chance, by the way, kiss. Just came out with their own brand of crocs. So there are, there are going to be some personality. Don't go into the light. Once. This is Bob Cherry's believe. Okay. So I'm reading Sheri's copy of people magazine, the one with Megan's PB joy hits boy, on the cover speaking of which they have a picture of where they're going to live, frog more which. They're living there. Now. It's on the state the grounds of Windsor Windsor Castle. So they're near the, the Queen, but it's the former housing for staff, and it's a fixer upper, now it's a fairly large fixer upper, but it's a mint green brick that is just not really a very pretty place about point eight billion dollars in better. Yeah. Right. So I'm looking through here and I came upon a full page ad in color for a store called baby Baden voted voted B O Deion, which I've never heard of voting is British clothing company, that has clothing for women and children, and it says, new arrivals browse the British baby classics at bowdoin dot com. And there is a picture of a baby, a toddler with blonde hair, and it's wrapped the baby is wrapped in a sort of British flag a towel or it's not the British flag, because the colors are purple which is the color of royalty off, white and red. And the caption says an in by the way, the baby is looking to its left looking up just slightly with the air against kind of haughty bait of very haughty, baby. And the line is one isn't born with style. But one can buy it online. The babies look. And by the way, the baby has a little golden crown on its head. Like looking looking at an adult going, no matter how hard to try my life will be better than yours, because I served a have pants for boom, booms. Yeah, exactly. One is in born with stubble on combined online. What one isn't ballooning? What one can become one if you're buying the right clothing. It's too much. It's just too much. It's too much who wants to raise a haughty baby. What, what would come out, what good would come out darling? This is our baby here, shall we raise it haughty? Let's have a haughty child the child will turn into a haughty teenager, and then a haughty adult. I think that's a plan. Met, like a haughty baby. Yes. I feel like I have I feel like you can be a haughty beat. I like the Queen, but there's a story about the Queen when she was twelve years old, somebody came into the room. The Queen was setting up her Dollhouse at, and he was a man, and it was on its way to somewhere else and putting Paul's and said to the coin. Well, Hello, little lady, and her we today, and she looked up at him and said. How well she was being raised to be the Queen to be the sovereign Queen. Like I think you know, she's a very positive image for the British Isles. But while it's one thing when you're raising the future Queen of England. Raising care of me. Right. Audie babies. Nothing good will come of the haughty band on the haughty. Baby's going to go. And I've known some people from money, who I swear to God had pushed like this. All around. Also in this episode of can you believe wanna congratulate Victor Visco? Vo does that name ring any bells for you. He just set the world record for the deepest manned submarine dive. Well, he dove to the bottom of them. Marianna trench, which is seven miles below the surface. The previous record was held by James Cameron, the director of Titanic, and Victor only beat James Cameron's record by fifty feet. So there he is. He is the first human being to be the furthest below the surface of the ocean seven miles into, you know what he found down there some plastic and a candy wrapper? Are you kidding so yeah, well done. You Mandy tastes the rainbows seven miles below the surface, God, I thought you were going to say, some unusual fish. We've never seen before. Well, a plus the candy red plastic garbage plastic bag, and a candy wrapper, which tells you that are litter and garbage has, has reached the deepest deepest debts seven miles, isn't that something, it's horribly used to think by the way, that nothing could live that far below the surface, but it's not true. There's all sorts of organisms that live in the Mariana trench. What like a kit Kat rapper. And you know what they found inside some of their bodies plastics, and that some of them are beginning to use micro-plastics as food, which I guess, if they could eat and digest the plastic that would be kind of snow nutrition and plastic. Take that back his fruit by the foot is. You're stuck. You're right, exactly right. Fruit by the foot. There is something appealing about it. I mean, anybody who's had a kid as probably tasted, there's something appealing about it. But he is so close the plastic I had to explain because kerr-muir tried to get me to buy this wasn't shoes. Like, maybe eight seven or eight. And I'm like, Honey that is candy that is Jong. She goes, it is not it is fruit. It says it right on the box. What is advertising about advertising Heine anytime? They spell fruit. F. R. O OT, really. That's so true. That's the power of advertising advertising. So, yes congratulate you know, the human spirit the thirst for exploration in knowledge that flame. Never died. Congratulations, Victor Visco VO taking over that world record and our apologies to everything that lives down there for our garbage. It's bobbin. Sherry, listen, the new Bob and Sheri twenty four seven Bob and Sheri dot com. I know that not everything that is printed, is true, or even closely remotely true. I know that some of what's printed like about Prince, Harry and Prince William and really Li Gaga all slept. He's I know a lot of is just completely made up an ally, the National Enquirer that, but sometimes I'll read something, and I think, oh, I hope this is true. So I've been reading that prints Harian the duchess Megan have no, nanny, no, like household manager. None of that, that they're basically taking care. Care of the baby with just the help of Megan's mother. And of course, they have pal security in, you know, somebody comes back us, right? It's not like when when you or me has a new baby, but I've been thinking about that at first, I was like, what is the point of being the duchess if I cannot be surrounded by servants? And then on the other hand, I thought Princess Diana tried so hard to give, Harry and William normal childhood, and Harry has been saying his whole life, that he just wants to be allowed to live that he, he misses his mother, he resents everything that happened wants his privacy. Can you just please have a normal life? And so I think this might actually be true that these two people are just listlessly exhausted, new parents with the help of grandma, what do you think? Yes. I think that they could be taking a shot at normalcy. As it's defined for most of the world. I also think if they get tired of that normalcy. Option. Yes. You know, you hear the Diana did go to great lengths to keep the boys normal as possible, but they also what do you want to great lengths to take them skiing, Switzerland? Also, it's, it's quite a life. Well, it's not the life that you are. I would have. But if I could when I think about it if I could have had a magic one back, then I wouldn't have wanted a nanny, I would've won it people do all of the things. They also need to be done with the new baby. Right. Like the laundry, you know that making an Harry are not sitting up at one o'clock in the morning folding tiny way, sock. Right. Someone to do the laundry and, and do the grocery shopping and back Uman dust, and deal with the junk mail. That is my idea of like just a laundry and the dishes, if there was one person to do the laundry and the dishes. I'm not talking about when my kids were little right now. That would make that would make things a lot easier around the house, I think back on, really because my I only had to my girls are two years apart. So I had an infant a toddler brother's wife have five kids, and they were all right on top of each other. I don't know how they did it. I have a friend who had four simply I don't know how they did it certain people thicker, call to that they just know. I don't know if if they're if they're organized like a like a sergeant in the marines is organized mentally, but they're, they're called to it in the, the keep it going. I asked my sister in law, the last time I was up there. We were talking about the girls being because, you know, Britney now has a baby. We were talking about how it was like when her kids were all five of them were young and in diapers and chasing each other around, my brother, my brother's of wonderful human. Being but he really likes to take naps him. Watch submarine documentaries on the military history channel and that's hard. That's a hard life to pull off when you five small children. And so I said to my sister-in-law I, I'm glad you didn't murder my brother in Copland. But how did you not kill my brother and cope live? And she said, oh, Sherrie wanted to so many times, I've so tired. So fatigue kept him alive. Bring the knife back far. She said I had the energy to kill them. The body. What was just couldn't deal with one more thing that needed to be put away wasn't was? He literally watching some marine, documentaries, while she was doing all of the heavy lifting he would he would help. He would be like, I will fold these socks bounce this baby while watching the submarine documentary, and then he would pass out cold because in my family, apparently real of narcolepsy. He's lucky that she couldn't think of a way to get rid of his body. His body was just one more thing. She had to hold a put away things. The free Bob. And Sheri instantly get the podcast, the cast and Bob and Sheri fun size. One of music's most interesting people, and one of music's greatest storytellers hitting the road with his songs and stories tour art Alexander with ever clear. He's on the phone with me right now are I can't think of anyone better suited to do exactly this. I'm so glad that you're taking this tour out. Well, thank you. How you doing? Sherry talk, again, the best stories we'll you going back. I think from the moment you were born, your life has been one long unfolding incredible story after the next. And you know, we'll, we'll know listen, it made me think of a quote, I read one time and I know you'll agree with this, and the quote was stories happen to the people who can tell them. You know, I I've never heard that quote, I thought I have. I don't know that who said that. I can't remember it wasn't it wasn't like Theodore Roosevelt or some famous person. But it's so true, isn't it? Because all around us, we, we see people living these incredible lives, but they don't think of themselves as having stories to tell, but you're a born storyteller. Oh, thank you. I appreciate you saying that, because that's important to me. My songs are often from the first person. And that's why a lot of people think that they're all out of, by graphical with they aren't. But if they think that and some of them are my songs are. So if you can't tell the difference between them, then I'm doing my job as a storyteller, you know, I'm, I'm then there's it, it genuine and this the story. Truth, but that sound like a hallmark card. You know, there's truth and, and things that people can connect with and real relate to a universal themes in their own life. So thank you for saying that, that means to me, a thread that runs through all of your music is empathy. They get so clear to me that you, whether it's it is an autobiographical story. You're telling or someone else's. It's so clear to me that you suffer from a profound sense of empathy. Yeah. Thank you, except for from profound empathy. I I'm okay with the suffering that Saint you. Yeah. I you know, I guess I was raised I was raised by my mom grew up in the depression. And one of the things that they think at taught a lot of those people other than had to be super tough intonation, which is something she got me as well to, to walk in the other guy, who's for awhile and tried to when you're having a conflict trying to understand and see things from their perspective. And that something, my wife was younger than me, but much smarter than me and very, very much very compassionate. And, and that it can just she's just, you know, be around people like that really helps. Premed out of me, and I think this, this new record, I'm working on the solo record. Is that the tegray for sure? So I'm sure that at this point in your life and probably many others. You've reflect it back on things that have happened to you earlier with a mixture of disbelief and gratitude that you survived. How did I survive that, I'm so glad I survived it? How could I have thought my story was finished when it's just beginning? In oh, it, it sometimes looking back on it. I feel. And I'm sure other people in their fifties fills. Zip. It looked a large life. Like I try to live is big alive and take a bigger bite at a life is possible. I think sometimes I feel like I've lived several different lines. You know and I'm not done yet. I love the life. I'm living now and can't wait to see where this takes me with me, and my family, and, you know, I- blessing tappan and hardships happen. And, you know, you get older and you work, your way through them, you, you find that there's really no. Until we die. There's no end to it. There's no end of the choices in chances and opportunities that that are there. I mean, sometimes, I think we can get into a dark place where before, like there is no, there are no other choices are oppa tendencies, and nowhere else to go. But there is there always, and that's one thing you talked about earlier with, with my news, having empathy as I have learned that there's always a light at the end of the tunnel might be kinda hard and see sometimes but it's always there is always an out. So what are you what are you really excited by right now and really engaged by, like, when you look out into the world of music and pop culture, politics? Even what is it that really lights, you up right now, this moment? In a good way. Yeah. We'll start with that in a good way. Yeah, good. But I love with that, that there, they would politics, a love the fact that there's younger people, there's way more women win. More people have color that are running the democrat nomination, and I love the dialogue that happening. Some people take it too far. Of course, they do people take it to on the conservative side. Of course they do, but I think most people are somewhere near the middle, and they very on different different subjects. And I think all this dialogue that's going on seem at times, like it's too much for a lot of people. But the most part, I'm very excited that these ideas and dialogues are happening. Because that's good things are going to come from. I think you're right. You know if we're gonna find our way to the middle. The conversation does have to swing to the extremes. I think that's true in politics. I think it's true in relationships things. True. An art. Can you can you hang on for second? We'll take a quick break, and then we'll come back with more art Alexakis right after this. It's listen. The new Bob and Sheri twenty four seven Bob and Sheri dot com talking with our Alexandra's right now on the show about his songs and stories tour and back. Art was in the building when I was pregnant with my daughter, and I have a picture of the gigantically pregnant me with art and I show that daughter periodically to remind her that once upon a time. Mommy was cool. Okay. I wasn't just some carpet. So here's a question I have. Carey, let's be honest, your mom you're never gonna be that cool to your kid never going to be maybe between the ages of three and six. But after that over not so much. I remember with my eldest daughter walking at the mall with my wife at the time, you know, really like a model and I was at my peak being, you know, rock starring us or whatever you wanna call it. And, you know, my kids are friends still wanted to walk ten p the head of us because it was embarrassing walking. What your dad what like what are you talking about? I'm the coolest dad in this place. If you're an embarrassment what hope to the other dads have. Right. Really? I mean when I was a kid. Yeah. I walked by feet ahead of my mom and tried to avoid her at the mall because she was walking around with curlers y'all over smoking, a cool, right? It's a different. Holy holding onto. I with both and. Just like you know, the different age don't even know not cool is well as the. The coolest dad in Rolla Bill as the coolest died in the mall. Do you have a guilty? Pleasure thing that you listen to that would absolutely shocked people and make them go. Oh, wall art lake's that. And maybe I could like that, too. A couple of things, I think the main legal, first of all, I'm a dad, I have a younger daughter who's eleven now and see when she was eight the movie frozen came out and being a dad, I took her to see that movie me and my wife and mostly me because my wife after a couple of times just like non done. Doing that again. I saw probably twenty seven times. I'm not I'm not exaggerating and driving her to school back and forth. We'd listened to the frozen soundtrack and still enjoy listening to those songs. I, I really do. And you know, you'll see my car driving down the street. It's all black out drop down. You know, big wheels on it. It's a pretty cool car and you know you can hear music blasting. But do either gonna hear you know a lot of cool stuff my daughter. Now, thankfully is raging machine, which is cool, but she still like musical theater, which highway, the antithesis of cool when I was a kid and I still don't like most musical theater teacher me onto Hamilton the soundtrack Kamar night as a working. And I think it's, it's amazing that kid I call him the kid because he's thirty manual. Randa is amazing just amazing. He wrote that whole thing and it just it blows me away so much. Good stuff there. But, you know, it's not the coolest thing to pull up next to a car, so blackout car and here like show coming up. No ever clear fam- will be like, wait his art singing along with an Elsa. But how can you not scrape stuff? Off. Forget, no kidding. Why can't wait for those songs and stories tour to come to town? We're looking forward to seeing you. We're going to post all the details on our website so that folks can find it and get the tickets. And art alexan- is always a pleasure talking to you continued. Good luck on the road, and we'll see you soon. When you just want a taste of Bob and Sheri. Text the word fund side, eight two six two seven four three seven and Wilson it right to your phone. I had to take my daughter over to the AT store because her phone broke. And she we had an upgrade. So I was gonna let her get a new phone. And so we're sitting there waiting for our, our person to come help us, and I'm staring at the Samsung display, and it got me to thinking about the Samsung foldable phone supposed to be released but then they didn't release it. And they had to it's called the galaxy fold and they had to push it back, because it turned out that oh, and by the way, you know, cost like nineteen hundred dollars okay, so it turned out that the phone, the phone was designed, she could fold the screen, Lisa paper. But it turned out that when you when you tried to fold the phone, it either broke or the scream would flicker the scream would freeze, or die after a couple of days, some design problems. Yeah. And so one of the things I was. Thinking is that's because you being shouldn't be asking for phones. The fold. Here's some things that a bridge. Too far humans. It is a device that fits in the palm of your hand that you can watch a movie on and also access the collective knowledge of the world. And now you need that thing to fold in half like a piece of paper. You know, the thing is you don't need it to. It's just another way to sell nukes. Another way to sell. It's a marketing thing more than anything else. I think that it would be really cool if that could happen. But is it a reasonable thing to demand? Probably not at first blush, but somebody will come up with a way to make it. Yeah. Like, what is it that your phone? Currently cannot do that. You think that it needs to do it needs to monitor annoying calls that are sales oriented, and that's only going to get worse. And there's, there's a there's an app, you can get called robo call which will help with that help is, I think the word, AT and T has, has a government is making a push said that debt collectors can text and call an Email you as many times, as they want day and night. So somebody in congress has obviously. Been contacted by. I don't know if it's congress Senate. Well, I if it's going to be a law, if it's going to be a law, it's being pushed by high up in the government. Yeah. So that somebody can make some money and donate to whoever's campaign is pushing this, I thought, that's how we operate in this country. I feel I feel terrible because I know that they are trying to make a living. But it is so exhausting the constant you saw me. We take a call today. It's your life. It's so exiting having to deal with these people. I'm sorry, but I would like a regulation that stops it because because you don't you know, if you're if you're calling someone you don't know what's going on in their life, suppose they're having a terrible time. They have a sick mother or father. They're caring for something like that. And you're calling to sell some phony crap about a credit card nuts. It's not right. We should not have to put up with that. I'm trying to idea that they would get a freedom and, and be while I'm annoyed yet while this isn't all telemarketing robo calls these debt collector calls. Which you're already just so relentless anyway. Back in the day, like, when my one of my nieces was just wild child and had not yet gotten her life together. I don't know how, but Barclays the credit card company, they must've run like a family tree analysis and figured out that I was related to her got hold of my number and began hounding me and I would say, this is not her number. We'll are you related to her? What's it to you? Because you could you could pay this. They want they want their mode. Oh, thank you for that offer that I could pay. No, depending on the organization that may or may not have been the bag. It could have been son of debt collect to a debt collecting company, and they get a percentage of what they bring in. I'm trying to think what could my phone do? What could my phone do other than somehow magically, I can fold it in half and stick it in my mind we wanted to snow is pretty amazing. You know how the stock market's doing obviously, you can use it as a phone. You can use it as a device to GPS device. A sleeping aid. I thought of something that I wish my phone could do, and if my phone can do this, then it doesn't need to fold in half or walk on its own tiny electric. I would love for phones to be able to self charge just from like. The sun or like the, you know, the self signals the wifi signal air. That's your device could just perpetually self charge not needed to fold. Right. Right. Would you like that? Of course, everybody would. Yeah. Because then I don't have to go room to room person to person in my own house saying, why did you still my charger the ten foot charger? I bought you your own two weeks ago where where's your own, I've so many charger cords from taking trips and not remembering the charger court? I bet there are so many that are left in hotels. I bet there are hundreds every year and every hotel, Kevin writes his name on his charging block. Right. And then he demands to know where they've disappeared to an accuses us of stealing him. And because I love him. I don't point out that this is the man who drives away with phone wallet keys drink on the roof of his truck. You're charging boxes or blocks are somewhere, but we didn't steal I used to write my name on. I would purposely get the block. That's light-colored. And then then it gets gone. And I'll say, well, where's the block? Oh, so the block is going there. There are blocks out there in somebody else's house that they visited Bob. Get Lamar's reviews sent right. To your phone text movie to eight. Bob Sherri, we don't get into very much controversy or public issues on the Bob and Sheri show. I mean, the most public issue I think we discuss whether or not, you know, deep dish pizza re really is worth enjoying, but I haven't traveling a fair amount on roads around the country lately. I've been visiting people and so on. At our roads are such a mess. I hope the government can get together and, and get some sort of infrastructure program going. I drove over a bridge in Rhode Island that connects Bristol, Rhode Island with Plymouth, I think Rhode Island and it's called the teams river bridge, and it was right next to my college. Roger Williams and haven't been on in years and years. And I was excited about driving on it. It's it's a very large bridge expansion bridge. You know, but it's been there for a long, long time. I thought it was going to die. Why am driving on this spring? And there are potholes. There are sections of the bridge that are so rough that the car is almost shaking. It's it needs to be painted the bridge in part. I mean it's a metal bridge. This is a big expansion bridge. Okay. It's, it's just it feels like a rickety old. Old bridge, and then I thought I was driving. I think it was less summer on I ninety five through the Carolinas. And I hit a pothole on I ninety five that had to be two feet deep did it rattle your fillings. I swear. The car lurched a little bit. And there was a car behind me and I watched it hit this pothole the dude came around to my left because he was passing me. And we looked over at each other, and it was like, yeah. Watch, you know, I mean it was it was one of these things where you hit the have you ever hit a pothole where you just you say a bad word because you're just so you're axel is going to be bus. I know I know. And then he been talking about, you know, fixing our dangerous bridges, and our roads. And, and I don't see any change right now, depending on where you live. The roads are like unbelievably bad. When I the last time I went up to visit my brother was like, oh my God. These drivable I know we'll let you know, in the New Jersey New York. Connecticut area is such a pounding the amount of traff Shafiq. And then, you know whether extreme. Yeah. Yeah. That's the other. Thing, but California has has problems, too. I mean it's it's, it's not just the northeast and on a big interstate like ninety five it's just we're just so far behind with it. But that bridge in Rhode Island. I mean it's gorgeous bridge. It's leading you to Newport alternately this, this fabulous. Rich person's haven and the thing is, it's just barely holding together. I give bridges ever since that bridge collapse. I give bridges a lot of thought no going on. I know I know exactly what you mean. Because, you know, it doesn't take very much to conjure up a news, a crazy new story in your mind, does it. Well, I've always my whole life have had a little bit of a bridge phobia. I have a recurring told you, I have a recurring nightmare on the Walt Whitman bridge in the connects Philadelphia to New Jersey, a bridge that we covered a gazillion times and child, when I was a little girl. I was so scared of going across that bridge. That when we would approach it, my mom would say it's coming, and I will get on the floorboard in the back seat hide my face until we were over his that the one that goes from Delaware into New Jersey, that's the Delaware memorial bridge. That one is that's a scary too. That's the scary bridge. I've done everything I can to break my phobia. I've walked across the Golden Gate Bridge. I've walked across the Benjamin Franklin bridge, I've done everything I can, but I'm lik with bridges. I give that dot and then you drive across. And you say poke today's not, not the day. I never say that. But with that experience that I had a couple of weeks ago, I started saying that I was saying, when, when is the moment when this thing is had on a Friday afternoon all Philadelphia dumps out and heads for the jersey shore. So I'm visiting my brother like six months ago on that bridge in jersey shore traffic. I the bridge collapsed. 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Scoob, The Invisible Man, & We Fixed Sonic? | Pop Culture Comedy Podcast

One Giant Leap For Geeks

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Scoob, The Invisible Man, & We Fixed Sonic? | Pop Culture Comedy Podcast

"Thirty one two three. What's up guys on this week? Show a practice this so I might have to do more than once. Because I fucked up me supersonic no is going to be clean. You can't laugh at the one. Two you. Three me supersonic in I named Scooby Middle Name Dooby last name. Do I'll then more on this episode of giant leap forgives. Welcome to Jesus Christ. I know I'm still trying to laugh about. Actually I actually had to look up the guy who does the last figure how he does it because I was like. How does he do that to his voice but he literally takes us and I was like Oh okay all right what happened to another episode of Og g where we talk about movies video games and all things and key culture? I'm your host Mike C. Squared and with me or my co-host Sexy Lexi Oh my God. You knew this was coming. I don't laugh. She already heard his giggles. All right welcome to another episode g where we talk about movies video games and all things geek culture. Sure I'm your host Mike C Squared and with me or my co-host sexy lexi and DJ mellie mell little girl. It's not the point. I find a new one before we get started. I want to let you know if you enjoy. The show tells them friends about us. Shares only social media. Wherever you choose to do just that you're helping us let others know about the best? Damn podcast probably never heard of now. If you WANNA talk to us. He shows on twitter at giant leap. The number four geeks you can get a hold of our resident. Dj Mellie Mell at foggy beaver. Sexy Lexi yes. What you've been doing mind you? It's been two weeks since we've been here. Yeah Yeah Yeah so so. You've probably done a lot of costumer adventures we have had in the last two. Oh oh gosh you to get chip typical Adelphia and accidentally ended up in New Jersey. Busy accidentally how did that happen. I feel like there's a few wrong towns wine wrong. Turn when when you come out of Philly. There's one bridge and it connects you straight into New Jersey. Not Money turned one road bridge turned one road road too soon. Yeah I was GONNA say Sern turned to one road too soon. Sure and we ended up on the Benjamin Franklin Bridge crossing the Delaware and all of a sudden Bam welcome to New Jersey's guessing nobody was google maps and we had the google map. That was the thing I immediately knew that you know. Yeah and he was trying to avoid. This turned because it's a one way getting into New Jersey from Philly is just the one turns with three minutes but getting back out of New Jersey into failure. You have to go all the way around like loop all the way around and come back. You can't just go back so philly I was fine Also chide a philly cheese steak. Yep What else did I do? Where did we go? Did we go the last day we were there. Oh we went to Edgar Gallon Post House like actually in Nice Nice was there. What is it like a crow and a stair floor border order some are beating harder som talking the tell tale heart even two separate stories? Yes yes they were okay glimpses obstat there okay. Cool that's cool that's cool. We walked around a lot. Nice Oh lot listers on my on her feet long way back like a blood was just wasn't that bad a little uh-huh bit by gushing scooters or like Uber. Some Weirdo park the car. So money found us this free parking area underneath a bridge and he wanted to make sure that we park specifically place where we daddy sure. uh-huh yeah there was a big billboard. Warm Daddy's No. It was under some bridge. It looked Kinda shady on our way back. We were like look for warm reviews if you see warmdaddy warmer but like parking in Philadelphia is horrible traffic and Philadelphia's horrible streets in crosswalks or weird this and this and you'll be like this. This is just weird yeah. It's not an exaggeration. Real like for you gotTa Zigzag through the road ten times worse in Chicago. We'll just put it that way. Yeah Chicago's rough. I walked up the rocky stairs. Nice Nice Nice not blisters. Did you like jump up and down and say I did it. I did no did she kinda like waved her arm though. That was a freeze ear and then fade out. Not that extreme. Okay okay all right pretty cool to do. I know it's only weeks. It's better than just like I'm like mine is very very like less during comparison but I know that Mel was with you. I was only t money and I were together. She's been doing and I also walked the four miles from where we parked all the way to the rocky stairs floor. It was four from where we parked to the stairs and then four back. Oh that's it's eight. Oh I thought it was like sixteen God died. He's going to the old grandparents. Ellie exaggerates address or stories. We walked up hill both miles or we really didn't walk in and was curious. How does it you walk uphill both ways like a hill? One Wave Hill. The no I mean we also got to see the Liberty Bill that was pretty exciting there. The National Park the national torque part. Yup there was a independence hall sits on a national historic park like a a excavation of an old president's the house in which one I think they said Washington's George is there another president would have have to beat Georgia Albert Washington the famous second president of the United States and nobody no No it was real cool. You could like you are above ground and you look down and you saw where they had dug out this house and The Liberty Bell is right next to it and then I ran up the rocky stairs in a minute and eight seconds. I was very proud of myself for that task. For for those of you who don't know or have never seen the movie rocky there are five. Basically it's five flights. You have a flight and mental small landing and then a flight in another small landing. Five Times I didn't count. How many steps there were? But I was just more excited that I we got to climb them because rocky is one of my all time favorite movies and T. money as well so that was really cool. He beat us up there. He did it in forty five seconds and then I was right behind him and then sexy lexi comes staggering up about a minute and a half after so she's like. Yeah no I'm not running. There is is an actual statute to be fair. She's shorter take more steph curry more weight than she does maybe a bell blisters all. Yep her feet we're bleeding so no I was not. I was in pain the whole entire time. You made it to here. So you're good. There is a statue of Rocky next to the museum and the stairs. I was curious. Is that it's not on the on the steps. No No. It's kind of off to the side but it is rights is pretty cool. I have pictures if any of our listeners. Care to see from assuming initiative. Yeah I was GONNA say I'm not GonNa you know contain them for myself Sexy likely has lots of pictures so we can stop collaborating. Post those fun fact belt Philly. They have their own statute of liberty. They do. We were driving into Philadelphia and on the outskirts in like the mountains. There's a statue of Liberty in the middle of the Delaware River. So that was kind of interesting. It looked shorter original. But it's still pretty cool but we're not traveling all the way to New York So something else really cool happened Since I have been on the show while we were in in Philadelphia Tea- money Totally surprised me and proposed. You gotta you gotTa wait and you gotTa tell them the setup you gotta tell them there is. It's getting there so we just finished climbing the stairs and we're exhausted. We've been driving all night so I was ready to go back to the hotel. Find some food in crash and he's like okay. Well let's go get. Let's go get some pictures by Iraqi statue. Will there was nine million people around the dam statue so we couldn't get right next to it so we got just outside of it which was cool enough. He you know got down and cool camera angles and like got me in with statues hosts neat and he leans over to me. He moves my my white earmuffs that I had on which I didn't plan to. Where but it was like ten degrees and bundled up in my brown jacket which ironically it fits perfectly as well and he kinda moves my ear most and he's like what are you doing for the next forty or fifty years and I said I don't know why he's like well because as I was wondering if you wouldn't mind marrying me too much all of the so awesome that is so awesome? It's like verbatim. Yes I was GONNA say when we're even even down to the earmuffs. Since she's got I know I know when I said that your Shit I was like that is that is ankeny that is like legit. I ain't from the movie. Yeah I knew nothing about Him proposing sexy Lexi didn't know He got the ring as we were walking to the steps. So he kinda like improvised on a ring but it's absolutely perfect and I love it It's it's like a tree of life countering and so for those either don't know truly represents growth and prosperity There's you know several different meanings of it but the way it was presented presented. It's like I want to grow with you. We're going to have you know prosperous future and whatnot those very cool I'm still like gleaming high. Show everybody who I know who hasn't actually seen it in person because the pictures don't do it justice in my eyes We have Sat Down and started planning our wedding. And we have I would say eighty percent of it already done We've been engaged for for two weeks now and I already know our venue I know. How much are cakes are going to cost? I know what dresses I want for our bridesmaids. I know what our groomsmen he's going to be wearing. I know what I WANNA wear. Everybody's like wow you plan really quickly. Yeah I do but in all fairness I've been playing for like ears nose and say girls have always always got some kind of something to back it ahead when it comes to that kind of thing it's like Oh yeah you know and WANNA walk out to this song and it's gotTa be this hugh of color color of my roses and yeah no roses. I look like and I want to does to figure in the sky together. No blue dress. For God's Sakes but whatever I mean what about you have you been doing nothing is cool is that much. I didn't get engaged. I didn't go to Philly. I'm going to kill my dog if he doesn't start barking taking. He wants to tell what he's been doing right. I Know Dad. You'RE NOT GONNA go to the groomer today. So he's got a fresh cut and he's all extra soft I guess no now My week delete pretty. No no because I did do an episode but I didn't do do a regular episode. I just did a movie review but no we talked about we. We had done that week. It wasn't nothing major. No the only thing that's happened of note with me is I. I finally got my membership figured out at my gym. That's that's all I got. They charged me for a double membership. After I canceled it and went down to a single. They were supposed to give money back to write me a check. They never did and then a few weeks later I finally only got a hold of the owner who then said he could credit my account. I wanted or a have to wait thirty days to get a check from corporate which I'm like. Why can't you just write me a check in you? Wait thirty days from corporate but whatever I was like sure I'm like I'm not cancelling membership next month so go ahead and just credit my account but currently My my bill used to be sixty for two people and then it went down to thirty five once. I went to a single. But they're making some kind of thing called the home in gym and basically if I opt into my bill of the five dollars less than what it is currently so it would go down to twenty nine. Thirty five can only go to the snap fitness and Clio which is fine. Because I'm like I live in Clio. I don't travel the country so it's like you know I'm not like in in Vegas like man. I hope I got a snap fitness. Here's all use it like. They involve only had he said if I ever needed to change it back to a regular membership that I could do it over the phone and it would be fine so it doesn't have to be a thing of. Oh you know I gotta be. You know I'm stuck there now. So yeah that's my hi. That was my week and enjoy vacations over. I'm on vacation right now. You're on vacation again. Yup and I'll be on another one again in January one and a half maybe two hours. Yeah Yeah and vacation for twenty twenty one or accrue more by no no see I have to use this up. This is all a twenty nineteen vacation dipped in twenty twenty. So yeah it's going to be a thing. Yeah it always ends up this way every year towards the tail end of year. I haven't taken any time off throughout the summer and spring so I always end up having a US up a bunch of time to take some time off and you amber can come up with us I would like to I would like I need to because yeah as rough you can come. Come Vaca- with us this summer. Now I can go get on. Iraqi steps are yeah yeah right right which a bloody feet. So you'll be like the jokers. UB heads bloody footprints is leading up steps. All right moving on since time immemorial the voices of the people the common folk if you will we'll have spoken truth to power in hopes to initiate some kind of change in this world we've had the women's suffrage movement We've had the workers union movement. We have the civil rights movement mitten and now we have achieved something else we can be equally as proud of the Hashtag six. Sonic the hedgehog moved coca. Yeah I I WANNA say right off the bat over. I think this is a better trailer. I much agree. I'm much much. Cook much agree. Yes is not good but it's better boy is not as cringe. As the other one was mostly mostly there is some some cringing cringe moments in there but we got when we asked for. We hashtag fix sonic. I don't know why this was not the original design from the get go I. I don't know who saw that other sonic and was like yes. This is what we need to go for. This is what the kids want this weird like anamour like ah half because I think I may just remind you remember cod like ten. Twelve years ago. They had the annoying orange thing That would like pop up all over the Internet and it was an orange put. It had like a human mouth to it all. Yeah it was a tannery a talking about yeah you would like bouncer weird faces and shit. You're right that's what the original. That's what it reminded me of is the annoying orange inch yes I I think I made this joke when we first saw the trailer but Aleksey. You might be too young for this. Do you remember Morse huddles books okay. Well basically there were these stories. They were like young adult novels. Where for whatever reason kids could turn into animals? I don't know it was like some twilight shit where everybody was just the fucking Wolf Kid. I Dunno Jake Jacob was the was he okay. It was just on recently too. And I'm like I was watching and or Adrian was watching it anyway. Okay so we on the cover of those books they would have like pictures of the kid. And it will be transitioned Shen photos of them turning into the animal. So it'd be like a picture of Billy Bob and then a wolf in a bunch of pictures inbetween showing him turning into the wolf off and that first sonic trailer was like the middle face of the transformation like they're not quite a hedgehog but they're not quite a human German there's something inbetween and it was really creepy and weird in the game like the real super realistic teeth and that was weird but this at least looks like sonic rate. I mean I don't know if that makes a good movie but it looks like Sonic now uh-huh Saito. It'll be at least visually appealing. If not anything else I won't have nightmares about to look in an I and honestly though looking at it I feel like they did change a bit more than just his design. Hell yeah because I like we see actually get to see like the Green Hill zone in this trailer where they had the loops and Shannon Racetrack and all that and they actually had like different colored blocks in the grass and stuff and I was like I bet you money in that first version of this movie that that place looked like just some weird crazy alien shit like it didn't look like it didn't a game because I don't see the sonic that day designed originally being in the world. That's like the video game because it don't fit with the way that they made him originally me now with the more cartoony you know g sonic. I'm like okay. This is the sonic from Sega. Sonic that I remember growing up playing when I was a kid like this is legit now. Now I mean I another thing that I notice is to toward the beginning of this. They have the shot where he's looking like in slow motion at the camera and first trailer. He's like on a desert street or something running in and this one he's actually like in the Green Hill zone or whatever and I'm like I feel like they've changed parts of the story the movie because people were like mad about the first offering. And you're like shit we gotta put more of the ship from the game and they're so like put them in the game make the game world look like that and then make them look like real change the the guy that finds him to James Marsden yea like in the original trailer. He's in like a deputy sheriff. We've costume and then in this trailer. He's just in some normal clothes and he does. It could've went back. You're running down that giant road Yay. Yeah Yeah where he was gone yet thing it just yeah. He's in normal clothes dress like a deputy sheriff dude Gomer Pyle L. Die. Were Poncho into Sombrero. Though I mean how about that right and he throws darts giant Bali iron. I just think it's funny in that part of the trailer where he's throwing darts at the wall and then there's like the girl holding a beer cans and they're all spewing out beer because the darts are all feel like she'd been dead like she's been like riddled riddled with darts and just blood spewing out of her body but that's just me I mean oh no I'm not. I still think it's going to be a bad movie but I am happy here. He looks like Sonic. Yeah like I said. At least. It's visually appealing. Yeah and it doesn't look like total shit though. I will say this though now that we have the real sonic we. We all have an obligation to go and see the movie because we can't complain that they fucked them up and they actually go back fix it and then be like Amsterdam Kawachi do like so everybody including me. That was bitching about the way. Sonic look you have an obligation go see the movie. You don't have obligation likey. But you gotta we'll give it a chance because they worked hard on fixing his shit and y'all can't be ungrateful. Just say all right. This comes out still on and fucking Valentine's Day February fourteenth twenty twenty. So get your dates ready for some sonic loving. I guess I don't know doesn't sound to take a date to twelve and detective choose. Choose already you know on Netflix. And she don't WanNa Watch that. I guess moving on please. What do you want what he wants your Lovin? I don't beg that you took him outside. So yeah you know Demi Yeah Shit what can go outside all right careful at that thing. I hear they're exploding these days. Oh okay they thought they were being slick universal pictures thought. Today was being asleep. They was trying damnedest to hide that logo. Okay so the trailer for the invisible man. Movie is two minutes and thirty seconds long We do not see the universal pictures logo until a minute and twenty one seconds into a two and a half minute trailer. I didn't even know what this was. Or who is even making this. They showed a logo at the beginning. Like immediately blood. Housing's it's like who got you like boom house tink tink right. You're right. You're right like he reminded me a lot of the trailer to The US and get out get reminded me a lot and it was like okay like this is going to be some weird horror movie shit and then Louis half over halfway into the trailer finally. It's like universal pictures and it shows up and disappears like so quick like I clocked it. It's on screen for like point. Five seconds no bullshit. Go back can watch the trailer from one twenty point five to one. twenty-one is when you see In by one twenty two is gone. And I'm like okay so because they know that they left a bad taste in people's minds with the mummy movie like this is the continuation of the dock. Universe as as we were calling it I I know that. They said that they were going to donate a different direction with the dark universe. And I think that this is a much better alternative live. I don't WanNa see Dr Jekyll and the mummy in Wolfman in like an avengers team up movie. You know what I'm saying. Because that's where they were going so in Lakewood. They were like building like Dr Jekyll Russell Crowe he was like the nick fury of Shit and he was like we're putting a team together and everybody in a a team movies only work if your name is marvel not necessarily. I don't believe that that's true. I think it can be done. If it's done correctly. Okay Eh. Because he thought it was possible at all. Universal and Warner Brothers are not capable of doing it. They are but they don't put people in charge of the shit that actually could in care about these things. That's a problem too starwars. In it's like they won't put people in charge you actually give a shit And they just keep doing like agendas or like money people and it's like a has eight soon enough Kevin Feige. He's going to be like excuse me right like just Gimme on here. Give Batman back tomorrow. We'll know I know they they. They're not doing in the universe thing or maybe they are. I don't know I do know that. They said they were going to go lower budget and they were going to rework how they were doing. Okay did you realize that this is is hollow man two point. Oh you know I was GonNa say in my notes as a okay. This looks like it could be a good sci-fi thriller we haven't gotten one of these since the late Great Holloman that is verbatim. Thank you and shout out to stork from besides Geek. I was just talking shit him on twitter because I just recently found out that he likes Holloman I liked. Hello Andy Bluesy. y'All both have to hello now all bullshit. It's okay it's okay you can admit it. It's a bad movie. It's not good you you should see the look them like is getting. I'm sorry. They fight a giant shark. It's stupid he hasn't seen far too. There's a second one I I know isn't good. Isn't able to see the one where they like genetically enhanced this isn't he like a smart superstar. Impart okay okay okay. I'm not okay. The first one was good but the second one was not. I wasn't really a fan but the first one is good. I enjoyed the first one as well. Do you like looking into calendar too. Yeah so I just like like with washed rappers. Now I don't like sci fi movies that are like you can tell that it's fake but like for me again. Economy Smart Shirt. I said I didn't the home of the first one. I am a fan of but he was smart in the first one. Pseudo yeah but the second one it hailing they just okay also they. They could use like weapons going. Lucy's another super super smart shark. Stupid Shark I I agree we can middle. NATO is snoop who is like in the same category as shark NATO. So it's another Super Smart Shark and it. It is pregnant but you don't know that it's pregnant until somebody like goes to poke at it when they've got it up in the lawyer and pokes it drops it in the water and the impact from the water makes it give birth to like a swarm of killer baby sharks and you don't actually see the killer baby. It was waiting waiting for somebody to say that he and I were watching. Deep Blue Sea to we were making fun of the fact that you know it's baby shark Donna Donna and then like you don't see the baby's due to persuade you can only you can hear them and you just see the water splashing around. But you don't actually see anything. We can agree to disagree on deep blue that that being said though this is my favorite though the best of the shark killer shark movies but I right Yes yes this reminded me a lot of holum in and but I do Wanna I do WanNa do this though because I feel it's only fair because like the sonic movie how I feel. It's only fair. We have to go see because we bitch about it and they fixed it with universal. I feel is only fair and I don't do this a lot but I feel it's only fair to give them a well. Deserved heard slow. Clap okay so there you go universal Ursel you. That's all you get better. I mean this does look like it's going to be a fun little scifi movie. I mean it's it's it's a simple story. Okay it's boy. Meets girl boy is revealed to be controlling violent psychopath boy. Convinced Technology to become invisible visible boy faces own death becomes invisible in stocks girl with his superpowers. Instead of taking over the world. Totally come story. We can all relate to hasn't been think what happens. He was like this giant policy because it says that she gets like five billion dollars thought she gets five. Million dollars is rich but she only gets it if she's found to be competent not crazy so if his if he's so controlling controlling that he wants her out of his life and he doesn't just want to leave her he wants to drive her frigging insane. It's really genius. Yes yeah yeah so not only. Is he invisible. He's driving her insane so she doesn't get any of the money but this is my thing unless they review in the movie that he can sometimes go back visible and just like a normal dude. I don't see the point is like how obsessed bitch are you that you're willing to be invisible for the rest of your no life and do nothing else but just stalkers like everything you do from now until you You have to do naked because if you want to be visible you can't wear clothes so cold. Owed Element ins on like Kevin Bacon. Did just the rubber. But why would you do that though. I don't know the whole thing is. He's always around her like every time she turns around. He's like sitting in the chair. He's like fucking with the oven and in turn the heat up on the gas astronautas Shit and trying to burn a house. Now it's like he's he's a crazy person. This is what he does. Yeah I don't know what I don't why. Why would you be me so obsessed with somebody that you go through all that just to drive a car and I mean like how like what level of crazy was he because they show it to beginning? Ginning girls like packing up bag over the fence and auditions sneaking out the bed and she's running on the road and she runs into refrain and gets in her car. Karna friends like Oh my God. What's wrong with you okay? Praising motherfucker runs up to the car like punches through the window and it's just like trying to yank her out and I'm like if he was it's crazy like that. How does no one in your life no about the level of craziness that your relationship is like I mean? I don't know maybe maybe he just he just really snapped and maybe he was just kind of crazy before that. Hey I'm crazy. K would not got to where like they scale in fences and punching through windows to pull me out of our car crazy eggs. I mean if you're with someone controlling like that they don't they don't stop this but I feel that it's a February release tail into February January. No this was February twenty eighth. I thought that was the one that was not August later. Oh Jimmy Damn trailers so I was like this whole episode is going to be. It's a trailer trailer dumb shit trailer wheeler trailer. It's a trailer beneath trailer extravaganza. Shr Elaine circa yeah. Let's go with that Lanza. But Yeah Yeah No. It comes off a brewery twenty-eight of next year It's a lower budget movies. So I mean honestly you don't have to gangbusters for it to make it's money back so I guess we'll we'll see what happens with it with them having Blunt House on their. It'll be oh yeah people will go see you just because they put that Bloom House logo front and center in a hit. Everything else brought to you by blood. How Studios You know it's like who cares. What was that universal? I Louisville Universal. You heard me. We may dishes part of Duck universe. Just don't don't make a thing out of it all right. Don't ask me all right moving on moving on any smarter Shula now. Don't be all quiet over a little girlfriend over here L. Embarrassing for areas okay. She didn't hurt you goofy before. I'm sure yelp. She was goofy. The first they met she was really. This isn't a Hickey. I really. They run into something and it was just this one. I wouldn't doubt it was a a sort of unfortunate events. That extreme dodgeball racquetball. That's what I use but to be fair was about this Raga. Balls are much bigger than Nagy her neck. I'm like lines should be better off saying choose playing and pinball or not pinball paintball paintball enhance pinball Bell L.. Hurry I got one about this big on my neck she and I how do you would you fucking a snake. This cortisol. I saw biggest moment mouth. He had a big mouth. Okay told my mom and Dad fucking the cloud from late like shit from extreme racket ball and she believe me. I look you could see where the ball hit. Yup Yup Yup. It was some some kind of extreme stream balls. Yeah you're right all right. It's Oh God you hanging in there science good. I just think we'll have hot dinner when we get home. She got eat. This tunnel tunnel. She says she what hey she don't eat at our house that does not her make some good food. Food's weekly it's good. Are you ready. Yeah is is that time again for America's number one show dumb shit of the week that's right dumpster to the week is the show where. Dj Mel Finds Dumb Shit. And we talk about it submission on the show find us on twitter at giant leap before geeks or you can email us officio g g g mail DOT COM. Now here's your host. Dj Mellie Mell Thank you thank you thank you thank you all right so dumb shit. The week has become things that are. I don't know culturally acceptable but kinda series but more along the lines of what the fuck out say culturally unacceptable except we have a lot of fashion. We have a lot of Dumb people bought stuff speaking but stuff. Oh good did you segue like that. Okay all right so this week I found as I always do. Dumb Shit. Quite quite early Loud fart gives away two suspects hiding spot and then leads to a rest the week before you go into. I thought you were going to mention this one. 'cause h ranges. Show me just on facebook. You know how people do stupid gender reveals where it's like. Oh we pop a balloon or hit opinion or some open up a fortune cookie or some silly shit and it's like oh what's a girl or whatever you can be like. Hey we're having to grow right. I know right again a game. Show the fucking jigsaw from songs. You'll right right. Not a penny put a little tricycle shit in his mouth. Opens up in a little income is balloon is a boy not that I know. I know somebody's GonNa hear doesn't do that. You better at me so you know there was one where it it was a lady. She was in a t shirt and nothing else she was in her stomach bare ass hanging out and she farts and blue fart comes out or by init- mini cuts to these girls. And they're like. Oh my God I don't know I don't know if it's fake or what but when you said loud far I was like Oh my guys. Is this GONNA be that Gender Review. No I suspect forty arrested. Go Okay so win tracking down a suspect law enforcement might use a canine to track down a cent. This was not necessary for a recent arrest in Missouri according to claim a stone doc through sheriff office over the weekend liberty. Police were searching for a person who had a felony warrant for their arrest. Just the poor. The person was wanted for possession of a controlled substance. The suspect hid to avoid the police. But apparently it's so loud that gave up their hiding spot to give props to the Liberty PD for using their senses to sniff him out. You know what uh-huh I swear to God I every time you find article silly shit. There's always some dumb ass punt it's like they can't help themselves is just like yeah. I guess that wasn't slippery situation. Like stop no okay but can you imagine being that. Do just think about think about it. You know that you've been selling math or cracker some shit like that. They got a nationwide manhunt. After you please looking for. You was silence all over the place you jump like thirteen fences and shit you to ran into this abandoned house you hide in all closet with mildew and shit there's fucking shit and they're looking for you and there's red dots from Swat team lasers all over the place in near like please don't fucking far fucking important. It's like I drenching with sweat. He probably got it here and holding his. He was trying to hope that it shouldn't so hard. Because these Budi takes the guesswork. Because I don't know if you've ever been `situation where you been elevator with somebody fart and this is like is one of the ones that just come up on you WanNa WanNa know where it's like shit hole or body up to keep it in there that poor man. I know I know when when he go to prison. And and they gave acid Mustang. Why they get you? motherfucking fucking Pinto beans come refer. I've got my eyes locked up right Shin newish today. Yeah it's like it's like it's like the villain gets caught at the end of the episode of Scooby. Doo Got Away with it to win for them. Damn Them Damn Tacos dam. Sure me talk about Russia ahead another article that was Kinda Weird It was a like vinyl pair of underwear. That's making its way around and wish and Amazon and Shit Fuck it looks basically. It's the same material as a raincoat. And you wear it as underwear it's even see ether. So as weird as fuck but what do you want to put your balls in like one of them clear. Backpacks kids to school. That's what I feel the what it looked like. It looks like it's weird vinyl e it looked like the person than girls at work in beauty shops we've got to bring the worse than analysts. Do Shit Yeah but I thought this guy was better because you know that was great. Jesus Christ I can you imagine them cops they like looking for us and then like was that is here as just rip out of nowhere. Come over walkies like David that you know. I think I got a makes me wonder if they were close enough when he let it rip if they could smell it. I I apparently so. Yeah there since his lead them to him. Yeah I bet you it was a wet fart. Probably not one on that. You can just very quiet was probably one of them real loud on okay so he was either a bigger dude or he had like one the no massive Taco bell like you sharded because usually when farts are real loud. It's because you're like a bigger person would bigger booty the chiefs and it Kinda you know door or you're like medium or smaller size person but you'll ashes explodes so it was one of those things. He was either real big or a smaller person. He just had a massive just like gas. Show the suspect nor or did it comment on his. Please do please please do I'm sure we could look it up. It was bet you his mugshot. He looks like from Charlie Brown around the head like the little stinky lines is little lies. wavy lines flown by I stink thank well so one giant leap. does not condone criminals or criminal activity. But if you're going to be your criminal don't go eat some Taco bell some Pinto beans and egg salad or anything like cheese for a while. keep keep away from Broccoli. No asparagus grapes especially Gouda Cheese. No you don't WanNa that in. What else makes gase lactose intolerant? Don't drink any meal ninety. Don't don't eat any ice cream. Yeah or just keep gas X.. On you ought to do should yeah so moral all of the story is I guess. Don't be a felon and try to hide where somebody can hear your ass rumble. Sure that uh-huh if you WANNA be a part of my dumb shit process feel free to at me on twitter. I am at froggy beaver You can drop me your suggestions via email at official Ojea left. GM JAMILA DOT COM. Stay smart kids. Elevators ran out Steve. I just I just don't just don't okay. What the fuck is going on with Keanu? I don't know like legit. This is not a rhetorical question. What is going on key honorees like he owed the? Irs money light like someone. No one has a sex tape out on him like someone he loves like been kidnapped. He need ransom money or some shit I think so because like he he needs ah to. I'm I'm glad he's working consistently again. You know he had been gone for a while and now he's back But he is he aware of the word. No Oh I swear. I'm aware of the word. No like every time I turn around. He's in something the John Wake movies. He's popping up cyberpunk game He showed up at e three out of nowhere. He's he's He was in net Netflix. Movie word they got the whole thing with him doing like this should. That's where that came from the bill and Ted Movie Matrix Forum just like what on week. Four what is going on again. I love Canada so he was in like a million movies. Next year. I'd watch all of them. Wouldn't complain the Matrix. Four right right right so Doa but I'm just like I don't I don't get the resurgences for now. Like is he just in bigger demand or did he just get bored and it was like. Oh I'm just gonNA start doing a bunch movies again. He probably has gotten into boredom because he's been in the spotlight for what Twenty Years Titian longer than thirty years. Probably he's been no moves eighty so yeah So I mean he's probably just hey. I'm GonNa do this because I can do this raise. Whatever I'm I got Boorda ride my motorcycle? Recycle someone go make a movie. So we'll we're alluding to is he didn't am spongebob yes. Yeah yeah which which by the way I love everything everything about spongebob. Whether it's show or it's the movies I mean. I think that the character in his whole little world are just fucking hilarious. See you sexy. LEXI are on opposite sides of that. Don't like spongebob she. She was mentioning how much she hates. Why I just don't I don't find any? She doesn't think he's funny. I don't fund any appeal to it. I just I'm just not about it. Cartoon do you like then or explore. Never mind never mind. I'm sorry you don't like Spongebob. No it's still there he's not he's like the clean version of Ren and stimpy. I was GONNA say he's run head be of today or the Beavis and butthead maybe like something to compare it to more reason why maybe the Eddie of today or today yeah. It's just hard to make me laugh. I mean some people do hit a certain age where it's like shows. It was like that like it doesn't have any appeal to you anymore. I was still a big ASS kid so it doesn't. It's okay. I'll forgive. She's like it's because we were younger or like older than sexy. Likes Yay win. Come out about authored let him come out. It was at the peak of US watching cart- sure sure so. Spongebob stretches that nostalgia again for us in like you said that was kind of like a continuation of shows like beavis and butthead and return surely stop making stuff like stuff that we could actually watch and get away with or even Nov Rocco's modern life. Yeah that's a good one. If kind of falls in the end of that same era and I think sexy lexi's this is generation. They were way past that. Yeah Yeah Yeah so I mean you know you. She's still got doors so I mean there's there's that day making movies movies now Oregon. That money can can. Can we get serious moment. Like Gary is fucking hi. I'm putting out there. I know you don't like spongebob so like you probably haven't watched a lot of episodes of it. But Gary's aries this. Neil have. Okay okay okay so so you don't like it but you still watch it. I have younger siblings fair. She's a begrudging all right fair fair so I always had this theory that Gary was high on something like either. Spongebob drugged him or he found him. So ooh Yeah Yeah. No you probably have a point. Every time I see geary I know it's just as running joke. He does the the meow but he's a snail and he's just always just kind of like there but he always just kind of has dislike vacant look in his eyes to me. And I'm just like is Gary High especially in this trailer because when Spongebob Looks Adam. Gary looks up. Spongebob in in his pupils. Get all super big and shit. Just like Gary fucking hi. I'm Gary Is. I feel that by the end of the movie because the whole setup is Gary's missing we gotta go on a road trip and you'll find donor who went out exactly right. I'll feel that he went on a we'd run and just came back in and spongebob. Just call them right before he came back from was we'd run Munshi food at the grocery store my biggest question though that I do want answered in this is how to spongebob. Go from sounding like a regular kid to how adults Bob Sounds because you have the little flashbacks where he's like camp and I meets Gary. He's just like coming up thinking he's like in any falls but he's not in the spongebob voice. Sounds like a normal kid. He's like hi Gary. I'm spongebob and I was just like. He sounds like a kid and then they cut to him as colder spongebob. And he's like patching okay. I know that these type two. That's fair that's where I feel like he acid. Maybe that asa trip one time and then he just never has come quite back from that. Okay all right fair fair Gary Gary donor and spongebob on acid mystery solved but spongebob is a really random ash. Show so I'm like they've had a couple of movies already and so when they were when I saw the thumbnail for this for actually watched. It doesn't mean what are they making this movie about now. But it's such a random show you can make anything so why not a road trip movie. Sure sure and shot out to whoever wrote that irony joke at the end Yes I don't normally like puns before whatever reason that one hit me just the right way and that should make me laugh so hard like spongebob system. Patrick he's like Oh Patrick. I love your sense of irony Aurigny and then it cuts to Patrick. He's ironist sweater on ironing board. He throws it over his shoulder. He's like Oh yes. Thank you WanNa while I two of my sense of irony and I'm like Oh oh my God so our live studio audience that is with us tonight and she also enjoyed the irony joke. Good her and sexy Lexi. We're watching the trailer and I hear them. She's like that's funny. I like that. It's not the trailer but the irony joke and I was like I normally don't like puns. I hate them with a passion but for whatever reason that one I thought it was funny. I'll give it to you probably too because it's Patrick and everything Patrick says it's fucking hilarious to me because I think Patrick it's down to know patches dumb Patrick educate destroyed of stupid because he has. He's like Oh better own l.. He's like Patrick. That's a seven seven starts with an L. let's Levi. Patrick is fucking pad Patrick's as low him because he talks just slow new. Spongebob a little bit a little bit. Your wasn't dumb smart. He was just slow e or I would say as high your was this new dog of the Winnie the Pooh world. That'd be I'm always on chill baby always show all right but spongebob comes out. May Eight twenty twenty so not quite a summer release but kind of. I think that it's going to get overshadowed Yeah there's a bunch of marble schick a lot marvel coming up twenty in May June I think there's a star wars drop in. Something's coming but it's counter program you know so people who don't have an interest in seeing the superhero movies on that kind of stuff. They can go watch. SPONGEBOB SPONGEBOB A run. I know what I. We'll be watching in his probably nuts up. I Lost Boys Bob so I will always nine. I know what I'll be watching porn hub right right right right ex- tube or whatever else. What do People Masturbate House? I don't know I'm old so Alyssa Porna- anyone and the only one that hasn't successfully killed off all of our phones so DJ and give you. Ah We'll go with that all right moving on all right sure. Are you bleeding watching you for a while there. I'm like are you bleeding. I turned to pull this off and it got stuck to my arm and so then when it did. It pulled the scab off. So that's not a big deal but I have to p U. P. was breath. I'm doing it under the day. Okay she's like Taffy. Oh yeah no your ears. Yeah after a while. Start to hurt we at two more things and she's all yours. Tom Parker. You're being a decent boy. I'm not gonNA say good. 'cause you mean indecent boy did he so soft I know I was Gonna say I don't know what to put on him at the groomer but that was like you smell good mm-hmm when you don't smell like you own balls for once you know what speaking of which yeah I said. You don't smell like his own boss once. Yeah no no what's Nice is dame hug what's what's what's sad though is he has today and tomorrow in after He won't balls anymore. Yeah you're going to be nut loose from the castrate. You boy you the unique. Tell them up. Parker now. See when somebody wants you to jump you you won't you won't stay off your parking. Remember back he's like but uh-huh oh chew it just says you WANNA bet can't be stopped. He's a tougher unioned body. Stay in the next time man you don't get no you can't have this got Ya. They show up now. I'm bored to tears yet. Chill okay great pay hungry. I'm Lee starving. I had a little bit of Food Conway here highlanders making food at the house and I ate a snack before we let the house. I should've probably pause this coordinator for lunch and so that wasn't really lunch. I hadn't applesauce a lunch. -able crisscross episodes parker a granola bar and any learnable. But I figured those works. I didn't touch. I don't care boy I have enough. I sure siblings. 'cause I'm e- e- you ought cheese one or the pepperoni pepperoni bound bound bound bound bound bear bound bound jamming up. Because we gotta keep on Action Action know why. Stop keep going GotTa go before. My phone dies when Mike. lowry says he'll be chasing down criminals until he's one hundred. I believe him I knew He. He enjoys this shit way. More than a non psychopathic person should well. Of course these Mike Lower he he puts on his good close to kill people not not Nagino Bullshit. Yellow Nice Silky smooth shirt and suit. Jacket nodded shoot sunglasses sunglasses. It's like you you don't if you're going to go murder a bunch of drug lords and Shit you do it in style. Do Drive your Nice car. You don't do it looking like a bomb. Yeah I know right I know. I don't think he just thinks he's in the series though and I no no no no buying trying to audition so he could push push Hobson child. Oh gimmie he'll be the villain in the next one. See the hand Idris and this woman an excellent excellent so which by the wayside. No t money and I watched that this weekend. Was it just as stupid as it would be just as bad as we thought all right. That's that's all I need to know. That's what I thought. But that's all I need no so i. I am going to say this though this trailer determined around movie I went from a liar. Are you doing this to. I can't believe they're doing this but in a good way not not in a you know. I can't believe like why would you do this but I can't believe that I'm actually Louis enjoying this like that's actually surprising and T- money was worried that you and I would be on opposite sides for this. He's like you're really GonNa like it and Mike Skinner just shit all over it. I shouldn't all over I. I thought we both did though. 'cause I really don't like the second bad boys but no you know this this this one this one kind of me. 'cause they actually have some really funny lines in this like so as sexy mentioned that the opening bit where they're in the car Dr and Mike's doing like doughnuts street and on his crazy shit and he says Even a Batmobile to hold roll like this bitch and in Marcus keep one say his real name. Martin but Marcus says type. Fast cars will make you Batman. Mike and I was like that was actually really funny. It was a quick little line but I was like okay. I was like all right. I see all right. That's funny. This is where we're going. And then they had another one where Mike says to Marcus. Whatever happened bad boys for life and Marcus says it's time to be good men and he was like who the fuck we'll sing and I was like okay all right because because because his goodman for life don't sound is is good? No we don't have the same ring to it as bad boys for life Work on that one the day's death seat. I complain. That it didn't have a song soundtrack Goodman for life. That's us we go away into the Hell you look we can get well and Cisco back together again. And did she says while I'll West so hell yes no no but but but but but you know. Maybe they've lost years to father time really though the maybe must still pretty. Yeah Yeah I mean. Maybe they've lost a step or two but the one thing that they still have that nobody can take away from them. is they still got that. Goddamn shot now. If you've seen either one of the bad boy movies you know the Shah talking about after big action sec piece okay. Both of boom slowly rise up from the bottom of the frame and slow motion camera circles. Them and in super dynamic completely unnecessary. Like like come shot shot for the movie like they do in both movies like after the chase scene in the first movie chasing McConnell foot with his shirt open and shit and like they finally run into each other a stand up at AOL tire and pretty shitty cameras going around in a circle. And I think it's the second one where Marcus finds out. His sister's been kidnapped. He's like he's like Shit. Just got real and the cameras going around and it was same thing in this trailer like you're standing up on tire and beat up and cameras going too slow motion. I'm like that that is like y'all signature move out just thought that was a Michael Bay thing. But he's not even doing this movie and they still put it in there and it was like their certain things you've got to have in a bad boy movie Michael Shit. Yeah the captain's gotTa Soobee an asshole and you gotTa have this slow motion circular shot these bad Ed Boyce. Yeah right right or Goodman for life that'll be they make a bad boys four. It'll be called Goodman to death or something to the effect that you only thing that I wish is. I wished I would have got a little more creative with the title if they do something about three in there or don't recall it four life because you're confusing me still now. Even when I was writing the notes I put the number four before because that's what I assumed it was. I might no. It's not Obama for his bad boys. Three batboys four life. I don't know if they do make four hundred that'd be called Goodman Nestl. Say if they could if they coulda done some kind of a play on words ahead three somewhere in the title s in two or three. No that wouldn't have made sense. I Dunno bed. No because then somebody without his Sindbad Buoy or some shit either way. I think that this is a more of a return to form to the first movie more so than the second one because the second one as you know I. I don't care for this this this felt like the original wants me and I was like okay. I was like I like this. I'll go with you know. They have the whole setup where cocky wheel gets put up with a new team of like younger new fresh face cops and treat him. I'm like the old guy and someone's trying to kill them and this whole thing and I was just like I say it Kinda shot back to lethal weapon three a little bit a little bit when rigs gets put up with a new partner and so I mean owed to the og of that movie sure. Well Yeah Wills Mike Lowry is definitely the Martin. Riggs of this fucking lethal weapon. Do Oh for sure. Sure yeah he's the crazy one. I I am more excited to see this. I was originally. I still have apprehension but I am more pleased with what I saw than what I did the first time. I'm still excited to see. I know I know you were giving it much more of a chance to. But that's good though one of us has to be on the positive side. I'm always the negative. What about you? He's sexy. Lexi what did you think. Oh for all for it. She's like Alabama boys. She said she said I am a bad boy. Fan and for Life Nope nope the face a narrow mind. That was a bit more than what I thought it was going to be coming. Our studio audience got a kick. GotTa that but yeah. This is the film that comes out in January January seventeenth Birthday so we got bad boys January and then we got to fucking tonic on Valentine's sonic in February invisible man in February. So we got a whole home. Two months just rollercoaster ride of emotions. Coming all right moving on I. They liked the madness. That is not a word. Do not tell me I know but I liked the Meta sanely for geeks original right right right of of of this movie. The trailer to this is setup. Exactly how you think the movie would be by the title. So they're making another movie for Scooby Doo and it's just called scoop. I kind of like how we get like all of the other scooby movies have been an as adults. What happens after the Mystery Inc.? Sure we never see how they come together. Unless unless you count like the pup named Scooby Doo totally Caltech because OC initially before we started recording and that is like. I will argue the best version of Scooby Doo. I like the PUP named Scooby Doo as well. That and is it the new adventures venture. Scooby Doo Scooby and scrappy or whatever. What was that one where adventures? Yeah where was the two of them together. Yeah it was the new adventures. Scooby Doo okay. Yeah well the way that in the pump Scooby Doo. I always like the best version of the theme song to put names. Scooby Doo alone. Makes it like up here. Compared to the other ones I mean the other ones. Are you know scooby. Scooby Doo Scooby Doo. Where are you a pup named scooby? Doo was like some shit. Did you plan a club. Strobe Lights Yeah Yeah right but but it it starts off it exactly that it sounds like the movie is going to be. It's like a dark retelling of the children's uh-huh classic but with murder it's like he starts off and he's like In a world where it has been destroyed by evil and this then yeah he's like one man and was and I was like that's funny because that's what I thought this is going to be a scuba offering to make this sumo dark shit. It's going to be like the suicide squad or look look started but but it wasn't like that and I thought it was funny that they made fun of that because that was the expectation Asian that they were going to be all like serious shit. And it's like these are real monsters now and I was like been there done. That also GonNa want that win pretty prints junior here and did it. I didn't like it and now I want you ought to do part two but but like you were saying no. Everybody's getting the origin story especially next year. Spongebob Orange. Bob Is the year of origin story. Spongebob movie he has a little origin. At the with Gary Scooby Doo Sonic Sonic Nick yet. But with this I do appreciate that. There aren't just doing straight up origin movies where there's like an actual story and they're just kind of flashing back to how they met or how they started. It's not like the whole movie is kids and Shit because when a trailer got into what the movie was going to be like. Oh no they're going to be kids the whole time. I was like no same thing. I would spongebob about movie I was like. Oh He's going to be a kid to all the time. I don't want to see that they show later. They're they're adult versions and I'm like okay. Okay cool cool chapter chapter one. I know right. I'm like don't don't but there are several moments in a trailer where they do the opposite reaction. One of the scene to happens than what I thought would happen. I like the scene with the COP. Exact okay exact example right here okay. So the the scene where the COP is questioning him about whether it's his dog or not and in stead of him like making up a middle and last name I figured shaggy would say to him. He's a fucking dog. He doesn't have a middle and last name. What are you even asking me right? Now what do you want to see a social security card. What's the dog's name he's like scooby? He's middle name and it's like what are you talking about like he's not. My brother is a dog. Pets don't usually usually get middle names. Maybe you give them your last name. If you're one of those people but I don't call my dog Parker my last name like I don't do that he's he's just parker and that's that's all he is but yeah no. I thought he doesn't have a last name. There were a middle name daisy. I thought that that was a weird the reaction because I was like I figured he'd immediately like what are you talking about a half views. I'll just take the dog run like this is clearly losing cashew is. It was funny though. 'cause he's all trying to be a smart ass worked jazz like what's what's his first name. Scooby what's his middle name name. Dooby and like shaggy doesn't even blink. No Man Cops. Like what's his last name and he's like do right look like I'm surprised. Shaggy and get his ass arrest. He's like did you just say. Do we get in this car. Fuck no school. We found a stash. What's funny is we do discover that scooby? I always was under the impression that the scooby snacks were named. After Scooby job was named after scooby snacks so that is just a brand. Apparently Scooby snacks and the name and he was like are whatever and then in line to I know for years. I know but there's another moment in a trailer to that. They had the opposite reaction of what. I thought that they were going to do. When they first meet Velma nine Freddie interested gang he's like oh I'm shaggy and this is scooby Doo and and he's a nice to meet you? Ownership and immediately thought them kids going to be like Holy Shit like your dog is talking nothing like no. No one surprised. No one's about why they're all high. No Oh all aggies high. He thinks that scooby talks to him. And so when he introduces him to people and we hear here as a an audience we hear him say you know screwed you whatever else. He says they're just hearing barking You know if there if the PUP named Scooby Doo didn't exist. I would say that. That's a valid theory but they straight up talked to him in that show so I know I know but like they told a conversation conversation back and forth. You know what I'm saying. They understand each other. I know I get it. But if you're just saying that right but if only scooby can understand him then they can't just be you like. Oh Yeah what'd you do today school. You know they can be like where's shaggy scooby. Naked have that kind of interaction. I guess they can't Melissa Right. Yeah I I can read what daisy wants. I know I know I. I guess they don't see it as something. That's weird so like in my dog noah. Say in my mind if it's true if there's like a group of people people in Daisy starts barking. Hey you know they're all trying to figure out I'm like no. She doesn't want food. She treats she wants to go outside. You know like I just know. Oh so I guess that was always thought. Yeah but no Larry. I'm leading way too far into this school but but I did appreciate the fact that It it does look like is going to be some. I'm Kinda I don't know I mean the whole thing was scooby Doo is there was always like this elaborate like real estate scam. I'm like every episode was old man. Jink is trying to steal the old Wayne Manor. Some shitter. You know He's trying to get people out of museum or whatever right so he can sell later. You know it was always some realists like every villainous like lex luther from like the the Christopher Reeve Superman and take over the world talking sell real estate because scooby was made in the sixties sees us. That's the only they knew realistic game artist. What they had was they had a lot of people who were trying for corporate greed? Trying so I mean since it's built from that I think that's kind of where we just keep it because I mean if you look at the Scooby Doo movies. That don't include real estate scams. They're not quite as good so I mean again i. I don't know going on on a limb here. No no no that. That's a fair point but I in this one. I'm curious how they're going to explain. How old man Jenkins a a fake spaceship and aliens because we see them off get like pulled up into a spacious? Then here's a little like shit like a bowling alley and I'm like so. ooh That's all fake. I'm like all right. I'm going to be impressed by this episode. Legal pulled the mask off and it's GonNa be Ultra News Shit like okay. That's how we did all this. I thought it was funny. When they got sucked up into the spacious and he's like blue lighting ultra sleek designs resigned? Excuse like yes. We're at Ikea Shaggy's like we're in the Millennium Falcon wait. What he's right right? He's like like nope. Millennium Falcon exactly like right. Now he he he's Falcon's fury or some Shit it's made of movie. Yeah but either way. Hey it's it's the fucking. I think he said fall tease folk or something like that. When they said it was like please he's also us? Please please. Don't say to lots of Miles Warner brothers. Walking a thin line and unless somebody saybrook dare you so in this whole production move. Never See the light today. You're hey yeah but I mean it does look fun. I Love Scooby Doo. I liked the more recent stuff a cartoon. Wise sure the movies. I didn't care for any of the live. Action Movies At all the first one I didn't care for the second one I didn't like them at all Jenkins but yeah I mean yeah. It comes on May Fifteenth Next year so We got to May movies and three movies between January and February that I am Varying degrees of interested in but would see all of them dying to see not necessarily I would see I would see all of them except for Sandra Entre nous Peterman hater. I'm not dying. You're not sorry I can hear these bad boys but I am excited. decided to see bad boys. Sure as far as the other three four I would. I'd watch him for enough all right. Well that is it for the show. Remember you can always find us at our home. One giant leap for Geek style. LIPSON DOT COM. We are on Apple. PODCAST spotify Google play or anywhere else. You get your podcast. Make sure it's awesome. Love so take yellow flame. Jesus go ahead and hit that. Like subscribe rate. Follow give us a review and all that Shit Shit for those of you. 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The Day Elvis Sang

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

2:04:43 hr | 2 years ago

The Day Elvis Sang

"Hello? Hello lady. Love to work focus for one frigate minute Durant of Durant is the go-to radio host. List rain in the morning, show. Detroit. Whoo. Tuesday, September twenty. Fifth. Do that every day this week, a Friday. What do you say? Good morning there. Ghandi. Scaring producer, sands in the house. Welcome to the day. Welcome to the day we have guests today. Am I really performing today? Book or confused because last night Gandhi and I were talking about it, I thought she was supposed to perform, but now we're funding. I'm performing. I would much rather perform hybrid mature there. Anyone performed me. You're gonna kill it, television. What we're doing today. Patty Muren is here. She plays on in frozen on Broadway. She's amazing. She's actually a fan of the show and I became friends with our through that and she is gonna come in today and just kind of throw it around. And I think you guys you and her might will will actually, we will be your background saying we haven't rehearsed. There's no, and I'm sure there's a karaoke song that the two of you can just pull out of your butts. Okay. The plot while if okay. Know what to say. He's excited to come in and see everyone excited to see her talk to her because she's quite accomplished and she's wonderful, but me, I don't know that just don't do clang clang with the trolley. Let's pick it up step. Oh. We're gonna recommend that one. We'll get into that later. Well, welcome today. We'll start with our first caller of the day Joseph. Hey, Joseph. There you and beautiful cherry hill, New Jersey just across the beautiful Benjamin Franklin bridge from Philadelphia center city. That is correct how you guys doing doing okay, we're doing all right. It's Tuesday. We're pretending it's Friday. Day to be alive. Yeah, it is. We'll know talk to Joseph. How are you looking at the world today? Every day is headed in the last just got off the point five, five months ago. Got married. All my way to work now, just love and life. Now, where were you deployed for how long I was in Afghanistan. I was in Kuwait, Syria, you name it. I was there. I'm an engineer. I was there for eleven and a half months while you were visiting all the luxury spots all the spot where they're just building and just getting ready for a lot of soldiers coming in good us, and we appreciate all you do in of course. Now you're married, so now your your spouse is now serving. That's how it works, you know? And it's like it's gross to be married weird. Well, it's grew. Okay. I was going to ask you, I'm getting married in about a year. Do you have any? Do you have any advice? What got you through these five. These five months, do not the Iowa wedding. It's so hard nipple, right it. It was a lot to do. It came out gorgeous and all, but every step of the way it was just the worst. Everything went wrong, the whole nine yard. All right. So no DIY wedding, no problem. Don't worry. He's not doing that. I'm not doing that. Joseph book a happy marriage in happy of being first caller of the day, and thank you for serving our country. We do appreciate you and Elvis Duran shirts into the first call. Please or ruin it. We're going to ruin it sport, please ruin my shirt. You got it. Thank you so much wonder. People ask us to ruin it, but I wonder if everyone that asks knows what it means. They just know that that's what to say. And they wonder what's going to show up. God knows it's going to crawl up to your front door, clean the studio with it. Let's go around the room. We'll start with you scary. What's on your mind before the show? I might need somebody to help me with time management like somebody to look over me and say, dude, you're doing it all wrong. I spent about an hour trying to make my me MO g on my iphone look exactly like me and it was to know just realize it has limitations. So I'm sitting there like, oh my God, an hour went by. There was so many things that I could have done that have been more very true. They need to get back in there and perfect that. But I'm like, why did I waste all this time? I should've been three minutes and done with it. Okay. We'll question. What would you have done? Scary if you had fifty three minutes or fifty, seven minutes left in that our thinking maybe help the planet in some way or like do something okay alternatives that all my God look, my emojis all help the planet. Help society and contrive, okay, we are. You need to plan that you'd okay from tire. Let's hope society. We'll good. Scary. Nice. Noticing though. Admitting you're you're having a problem is the first step good morning, Daniel. How are you today learning? So yesterday I became that person that froggy and I always laugh at Bill one of the grocery store whose cart got away. Yeah. So it was very windy by me yesterday. For some reason, I push the car and I just put it to the side where there was a lot of other cards I get to my car and I see the good roll. I'm bout to hit someone's car. So I drop all my grocery bags. I'm like. I got the car in time, but I'm cracking up thinking, oh my gosh, froggy would have cracked his ass up laughing at me right now. And I was with from laughing. I don't think Gandhi knows the full story. Danielle Gandhi, she she gets satisfaction of seeing a car rolling toward like an old lady approaching you like now he tell till the truth I were sitting, we were sitting in a car and we saw a shopping cart careening down a hill old lady at the and they sent to laughed sad. Their laughter did not hit. Okay. It was funny. Hit her, would you have. I would have felt terrible last when people fold on escalating. Blanche. Hello. There Gandhi, Alex took Gandhi up for a little cocktail date last night. So we took her to walkers. She's meeting her new family. It was wonderful friends treat me nicely today Gandhi. Okay. So I'm currently living at a suit out of a suitcase. We know that and every day I learn of more things that I forgot today as we know it is pouring in New York City didn't bring an umbrella sprinted all the way here with my computer and I'm still out of breath about it. You gotta prepare. I know I, I'm not an umbrella person we're, we're located downtown. There's a wind tunnel hillside. So during the winter and during the rainy days, it's blowing wind. So you have everything sideways came sideways at me. I was like, what is this? That was why that's what it is. Yeah, cerebral. Well, anyway, let's get into the day. We'll get your number. Don't worry about it, producer Sam. Do you want to do horse with today within yell? We're doing it again. You just lags me down whether you meant holding it up to get into something. Have committed. I didn't know who to end it. Sorry. She's in charge. Well, you know, I'm doing something well Smith Donald Glover. It is their birthdays today. Cabraha corn do something spontaneous. Give yourself a break, no matter how brief you deserve it your days. Nine Aquarius think about where you want to make changes in your life. Don't hesitate. It's easier than you think your days attend. Hey, Pisces. It's important that you get rid of any negativity around you turn to those who support you and lean on them your days. Seven. Aries having a heart to heart conversation with a loved one can open your eyes. So let yourself be vulnerable your days in eight. Hello Taurus. It's time to move in on your eye candy. If you wanna make something out of it, make your move your days. Nine Gemini don't let the burden of work get in the way of your passions. You deserve to have some Mutai your days attend cancer. Everything feels out of place for you. Don't stress about fixing it. You can deal with it. Later. Your day is a nine. Leo you keep running into the same people time and time. Again, this is no coincidence. People bore me to someone and gain wisdom days of seven people go Virgo thinking about money's gonna always cause stress. Take. To create a financial planner. You don't need to worry your days nine libra you're feeling super confidently. This will attract attention from strangers and friends. Enjoy it. You're a Scorpio. Meditation is key. Take advantage of the spiritual dimensions and hold onto that feeling. Your day is a seven and Sagittarius love has been going great for you. Keep your loved ones close and half fun. Your nine. And those are your Tuesday morning. Thank you ladies doing well. Yeah, feeling Nate or little sad today, why would I be saying? I'm hearing the last episode of doctor. Death is out today was released this morning. Well, I'm been trying to ignore that all morning because that will really break my heart later on this thing. He's been binge listening to this podcast, Dr death and today is the last episode. You know what? All good things come to an end. What that man did is not good. No off. I'm on episode four and I cannot believe he was allowed to surgery. Yeah, but it is a fantastic story. All right time for new podcast. I'll be busy for the next hour. Now you can listen to him now. Can't Gandhi. I know you know what's going on today, what's happening? I do. All right. So Bill Cosby is going to be sentenced later today. He's gonna find out exactly how much time if any, he will get for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrew Constand in two thousand four. The DA is asking that Cosby sentenced to five to ten years in state prison because he feels Bill. Cosby has shown no remorse. Also a wildfire crossing the Colorado Wyoming border has grown to over nineteen thousand acres. The Ryan fire started September fifteenth, but it was estimated to be less than three thousand acres at the time. Firefighters were helped by some wet conditions. However, that has grown now they're over two hundred firefighters working to put out the blaze and exciting news for tall people. There's a Bill in congress right now that's going to establish a minimum amount of legroom on airplanes. The average used to be thirty five inches now it's less than thirty inches in could even fall to twenty seven. If nothing happened, you and me, we're fine on airplanes. We have plenty of legroom zero problem. I like to kick my feet around us to show the people next to me how comfortable. Three of us flying the other day. It was Gandhi meat and Kevin Hart. Then we have plenty of room any of leg Kevin. Thank you Gandhi Tuesday. Did you miss part of today's show? Let's back to truck up a little bit open. The iheartradio app here. Everything you missed with Elvis, Duran on demand teachable moment full versions of every show posted every day. Just search. Elvis, Duran on demand only on the iheartradio app. Elvis, Duran in the morning show pyatt's Elvis, Duran. Did you hear about what? Twenty three and me and I heart radio did at our. I heart radio music festival. We had your favorite music artists coming together, creating a special peace day video. Ciller breeding, peace one day. Go watch it. It's a powerful video. Now, iheartradio dot com. Slash peace day. So today is national lobster day, can we talk about it who likes lobster. Who detests slugger Daniel. Lobsters are the cockroaches of the sea, didn't it used to be that like if you had no money, you ate lobster back in the day. There are so many lobsters creeping and crawling around. I mean, they were there. There is a plentiful selection of lobsters and now they've become a luxury item. It's really funny. These, these feed lobsters to prisoners. It was a cheap food. Well, you're from Boston. You know, Gandhi talk about law about Love's. A lobster roll is one of my favorite things, which I think combines Daniels two least favorite things. Yeah. I love it. So enjoy your national lobster day. They're saying on the internet lobster was known as the poor man's meal because the overabundance of these guys made it easy for people with no money to get their protein. I was I was googling. So as listening. There's nothing wrong stating the fact again, right Howard service doing something on another state. Also very important day. Today's national voter registration day. Just reminding you that when you want your voice to be heard, you need to be registered to do so. So make sure you talk to your friends today, making sure you're all getting each other registered to vote. It's national bench day, which is very appropriate for straight Nate. He benched his favorite podcast Dr Taff today the last episode episode, so sad. So sad to say goodbye to Dr not that because that means his man has topped killing. Told a story, so, well, I'm glad it's ending, but the story was told fantastically to do. We've swimming to congratulate for birthday. Oh, Nicole. Downey. She and her friends. They're driving traveling to New York City today to celebrate her birthday in that great vitamin. Sure. Why? Not? Anyway. So it's a very busy day, national lobster day and all. It's also national one hit. Wonder, do you have a favorite of one hit wonder song or or artists? Just why? Producer Sam. I, I love old school. Edison lighthouse love gross, where my Rosemary goes. Not the woman. Trumped-up froggy one. I baby vanilla ice. There you go. That's a good one. One hit wonder, yes, Kareem blue Di, da da. I feel sixty five. Remember that what I'm too sexy, right? Said, Fred. T- minds going back to not as far as as as a producer SAM's, I liked dig in your seen by the blow monkeys. I don't think I've ever heard no one's hurt. No one's heard of that. I'm sorry, what was it to her in that group? What do you mean by that? What you mean by that? Froggy. Don't have the computer. We don't. We don't. We don't have blow monkeys in the computer. Blow monkeys. Joke all you want froggy I played that song when it was new back in nineteen, something five eighty five. Really they still together. I don't know the blow monkeys. Our search is gonna find something weird. What are you guys hold on? What are straight Nate in great t doing over here has an idea for the day. What's your idea for the day? I like, okay, so you know when you start to learn somebody really well. So I'm really picking up a lot of character traits that enjoy about neat. Like what joy like throwing up these ideas. And then he gets me a laughs at me like, we're not doing that, you know? Okay. So what are we doing today? We're going to do something called anonymous Nike's. So we're all going to choose a name that we're gonna write something really nice about each other and you're not gonna know who has your name or anything like that. Okay. So it's called anonymous nineties Adams, Nike's do. We need a translator to tell you what he just said this much later on in the day. But anyway, so I have a mug yard says, love is love, and I thought we perfect all of our names in the mug that says, love is love for being radio. You are very visual tonight smoke. So Gooding tease idea was this, and we want to see if it works here. You can do it in your place of work. Yeah, place of worship or at school. So what we're doing, we're putting everyone's name in a bag and everyone has to pick a name out. No one knows what's naming get, then you have to write short. Yes. A very short sentence or two about what you love about that person without saying who you are. The heels of when I was going under the procedure and I thought it was gonna die. So I was reading all these nice things, and I think it was froggy that said, why do we wait to the last minute toll of a sudden now right something nice when I threw the idea to you liked it, we would pick our time now right? Something I, yes, we have nothing nice to say. Mom said, don't say anything at all. I know you can always find something nice to say about almost everyone. I think everyone. Right. And by the way, once you pick a name, it's not like the Christmas grab bag. You cannot put the name back. Yeah, Gandhi this week. We used to do this every year, like the grab bag. We check the name, they so secret Santa. So every year Daniel froggy would ruin it because they would do everything they could to try to figure out who got whose names and they ruined it. He surprises Gandhi. People would just tell us. I mean, it's not my fault people's just Dallas thing. I love surprises. I like keeping things anonymous. This is exciting. Just another text in the favorite one hit wonders, return of the Mack that one. One for myself. I like Trumbull one by I get down. Oh, they did. When are we picking the late? I'm sorry to disrupted. You guys this morning, giving it at the blow monkeys. They seem to have not done anything since two thousand eight. I don't know. We met Google blow monkeys. Not wanna know what I got now. Image foggy. He's mad at you. I'm just disappointed that you can't accept my music. I really would like to hear what they sound like a great song digging your scene by blow monkeys. One scary. I just pull it up online Florida, a phone, pull it up. Got a phone, come on, man. Did we just by pen Dora. That was an awesome checking summit. Music somewhere. If I look on the iheartradio app, if I heart radio app doesn't have blow monkeys on, I may have to drop our own app. No, I don't know. All right. Let's get into the field goods with producer Sam. All right. Make us feel good. What do you have? All right. So I love today's little hometown hero. It was submitted by Thomas fryer who wanted me to feature a local business in Dayton, Ohio called old scratch pizza and beer. So the owner LX solar is known as a great guy around town and he's never not working. Okay. He's always in a shop, but what makes him truly incredible is the ice cream machine. He installed in his restaurant because it's free to anyone who walks in. So if you're falling on hard times or you're just a little short at the moment, you can still enjoy indulgence. The only thing Eric asks in return for able patrons to make a donation to the local charity of his choice, which he changes every month. So I think it's such a great idea. He does his research and make sure the money is going somewhere deserving and being he's getting donations from generous community. He really is the ideal definition of paying it forward. So thank you so much, Eric for providing. Sweet tooth service for your community and for turning it into something so much bigger. Thank you, Thomas for your submission. And if you have someone in your community who needs to be featured Email me Sam, Elvis, Duran dot com. Subject line feel good to submit scary Jones. In your feel-good do tell he's just found blow monkeys. We're gonna play it out of his phone. Digging your scene by monkeys. It's so eighties. Oh my God. See. Vitali. Way to get to the chorus. It's going to really wake you out. See you reading. You're gonna start dancing. Kick it right out. I'm digging your same Beaumont makes. Right here. Digging, you're seeing Burma. No, not really. I mean, sort of also someone to sit in heart and soul by Takao. Remember this. Can we get an idea for this? You know, you could go to the one hit wonder channel on iheartradio edible. What was that? Froggy? Can we one hit? Wonder the format we could. We're doing it right now. This is a weird song. Shadow dancing. No. Johny. No. Well, hold on. Hold on. You may understand it. When you hear the chorus. Right here. I heard that. One hit wonders. Which is just as old as blow monkeys. Get it. Out just wanted. I think this guy is a, he's blind. Is called outfield. Dugal. All right. Then you also have a, here's a one hit. Wonder for. Saw. I think if you read, so I hear this all. About. No. Young MC have several hits. I think he had more than one to knee young MC. This is for young MC. All right. Here we go. Now. All the federalist do what those ladies tell us get shut down because you're over that. Let's play hot to get females. Get jealous. Okay, Scotty, Goto body girl the stack, and scandal body walk by. You wish you consent standing on the wall like he was. Loss in with anybody. Get sprung. Wearing Upton. I can't stop staring. One. Maybe bag. Debit. Has a lot happening in the area? No, we love for many reasons. Doing right. I remember that. But a fly. Crazy town. Another one hit wonder. Day. Probably. With me. Blue contro- really blew control was only one hit. What's that. Why. Out of camp. Shopping. Tang. That. The. Back then. There you go. Hit 'em up style. Those songs that's such a peaceful song of revenge. Despite his money, favorite part of that song as a win on a shopping spree with showing. Showing can rhyme with shopping spree. The blow monkeys. Led to all right. Are we ready for break break? And oh, it's, oh, I've got some important information. You need to know. How are you? Ready? All right. How can this isn't working here? Again, push this button here the morning of Twitter. We ratio ratio hashtag here and ask Elvis terrain in the morning shelves, so ransomware. You know what that is. It's that malicious software that locks, your computer demands, a ransom money to restore access. This happened to several people we know hasn't happened to me yet. It may be because lifelock is watching out for me. Lifelock is pretty cool. Lifelock with identity theft protection. 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There's incentive do it now, lifelock dot com promo code Elvis for an extra ten percent off your first year and a twenty five dollar Amazon gift card from code. Elvis, terms of standard data and message rates me. Something text us at fifty five one hundred and we might want the air. This is Elvis Durant in the morning, show national lobster. It is then yell, let people that don't like lobster today instead. You have hot dog, which lobster? Yeah, there's nothing eat for you today cooking day it. Okay. Go cook. Something talk to Keith today is Keith ninth anniversary. How are you doing? Well, also we received a text from Keith. I don't know what what's what's going on. We're doing well. So you send a text in. You wanted to give you a little ninth anniversary shout. My wife, happy anniversary. We've been together since two thousand. I'm living in Connecticut. I'm originally from the Bronx. Yeah, and I figured I want happy anniversary. He's been great. He's done a lot for me and I love her. But we love love. Loving love. Okay. What straight? What do you think getting thing? You're gonna give them something. We're going to give you something. Something something when you guys doing to celebrate your ninth anniversary while I'm taking my wife out to a nice Italian restaurant tonight in Connecticut. No lobster national lobster day. My wife love lobster. I am fortunately do not see the Bronx. It must be a Bronx thing. There's there's, you got some lobster city island, you got you all sorts of fishery stuff going on. Well, happy anniversary, Keith. We're going to give you the all in one cappuccino Espresso and coffee maker from. This is one of my favorites from delong. Oh, great. Thank you, guys. Appreciate it. It's the Premio there's more it's the premium model with an advanced adjustable frostier stainless steel details and chrome finishing up to ten cups of drip coffee, twenty four hour programmable timer Bizet whenever use those programmable timers at yes, they work. I use them all the time. All right. Well, you're going to have another one added to your collection. Enjoy in happy anniversary, Keith, and thanks. Thanks for being such a cool guy. All right. Thank you pretty fate. It hold on second. You're, it's a make sure he gets that delong coffeemaker very important. Danielle you ready for your first report them. All right. All right. So yesterday we learned that Selena Gomez has decided to take another social media breaks. Yeah, I don't blame her though because I guess some of the negative starts rolling back in and she says much as I am grateful for the voices social media gives each of us. I am equally grateful to be able to take a step back, live my life present at the moment that I have been given. So I think that's probably pretty healthy for her to a. I think everybody needs that every now and then everybody needs to take a little social media break on Mike, do it myself. Yeah, in the record, Ralph sequel, Princess Tiana from the Princess and the frog was drawn to look less blacks. Oh, right. And advocacy advocacy group complained about it and Disney agreed to restore her original look. And so you're going to get your original Jonah in the new movie. Okay, makes sense. Rumor has it NFL wants Cardi b. to join maroon five on the Super Bowl halftime show. They won them to perform their song girls like you. But TMZ is claiming the Cardi b. will only do it if she gets a solo set, there's no way she's getting a solo. Why not? It's Cardi. It's a Super Bowl, which is they tried, you know, mass appeal thing, everybody as mass appeal of. Grandmas love Kylie party. I just don't see like my dad like in Cardi, but you know what he needs to be exposed to carbon. Bait might expose. My favorite is when my mom asks what he's saying and I have to explain it. It's fantastic done called me one year and said, what is beyond say? I don't even know where to go with that. How long ago was that? It was when she performed at the Super Bowl, really, really wanna love about dad's like yours. They have so much out there that they can learn so much. I love that. I love people who don't know, oh, man, inside the actors studio is coming back, but not with James Lipton. The guy is ninety two years old. They're going to have a rotating cast of guest host instead. So that's what's happening with that. It's one of the best shows ever really is you've as your member two years ago, Michael boo, blade took a step back from everything from social media from performing because obviously he was dealing with his son's cancer at the time. Thankfully his son know is doing incredibly well. So Michael has been teasing us if you follow him on Instagram, he gave us a. Lincoln the smile the other day, which cuties Ben yesterday he gave us a little heart action and he is working on new music. He's getting ready to come back to us and we miss him. So we're excited that we're getting that we're getting back. Are Michael boob lay? And we've let everything is great. We go to say he is a friend of the show. We've missed him so much. Every time he comes, we have the best time, sweetest person in the world. Remember day he let me on his pants with my teeth. I do. I do. Reality has been given an Basseterre role in Barbados where she is promise she will promoted -cation tourism and investment in home country. So congratulations to her. I love her. Yeah, we, we've known Riyadh Ronco memory, Ana back in the day when we did those naughty things with her on the beach. Okay. So everything dancing with the stars is on tonight. The voice is on tonight. NCIS is on the third season. Premiere of this is us is on tonight. We will cry. We will cry tonight, and Jimmy Fallon gives us a Terachi p. Hamson Henson and BT s next hour. We have a lot to discuss with the about WWE fans a little worried about live Morgan this morning. What happened? You all tell you next hour. Welcome to inside the DJ's studio. I'm Elvis Lipton. What is your favorite curse word? Daniel saying? What's your favorite curse word. The f. word. All right. The f. word right inside the radio deejays studio, which means we have to abide by FCC rules. Cardi b. what is your car? Bahir. Cardi b. what is your favorite? She's not here, but it's going to be I. How about you? Yes, Gandhi. What is your favorite curse word? Oh. I don't think it's really a curse, but it starts with a t. I love to say it. Just visit. T- now we have to guess what the T-word is. I think I know. Well, okay. Froggy became say, what's your favorite curse were? Oh, by far the for the powerful has multiple uses. Ties scary what your favorite curse word. I like the d. Yeah, I bet you do. Questions from inside the actor's studio really answer. Here's one what sound or noise to you? Love. Oh, I used to love the sound of by dog's collar jingling yes, maybe so happy. And then to that point Gandhi, I love it when max shakes it out and his ears few Lapin flop against his skin goes up. He goes up. I like the sound of blowing a pool toys like, you know, blow ups because I love the smell of it. So I know that that sound is going to give me the smell. Wow. Yeah, sensory overload. Excited. Thank you for listening to inside the radio deejays studio. Not exciting, but interesting. Do so. Some offensively. All right, shall we get into what they're doing to AT and t. short music for this d I'm gonna hit the date. So I I this yesterday for the first time on our show, and we wanted people texting tell me that again, unlimited data and text. You're used to that and calls. You can pick up your phone right now and you can call anyone or you could text anyone and it's going to cost the same, whether you do at fifty times or none per day. So AT and t. has this new offer unlimited data texts and calls? We already know that. Okay. What else? What else you got AT and t. well, this is great AT and t. unlimited and more premium plan. You get unlimited text data and calls plus thirty channels of live TV unlimited, sit there and watch around the clock. Plus you choose from one of seven entertainment, Bozen bonuses like HBO and Showtime unlimited. Can you imagine how much time you guys can have what your hand shut down your pants sitting on the couch because of all these different? Yes. We still exciting hand down a pant one hand on the phone, the all new AT and t. unlimited more premium plan, whatever kind of entertainment you love go to your nearest AT and t. store and say, yeah, this is limited, but it's different than I've ever seen before with thirty channels of live TV plus everything else already expect from unlimited. So thank you AT and ten to twenty two gigabytes per line per month. AT and t. may slow data speed. When the number is busy. Video may be limited to standard definition content subject to change restrictions, apply. So last night dancing with the stars, Danielle was front and center is so excited for Bobby Sharma. It was so exciting. So if you're wondering why we keep talking about this Bobby guy, Bobby bones. He worked with heart radio company. We work for he is based in Nashville, Tennessee, and he is doing so well with his show with country artists, and but he goes beyond the Muser he's going to mentor on American idol this coming season and he is dancing with my favorite Sharma on the show. And it's just so Cuba's so excited last night. It was so adorable, he got twenty points for the jive and you're only allowed to vote thirteen times per two counts of my thirteen votes went to good. Thirteen time I did. Yes. Here's Bobby seeking tell if he's excited. To our show. I only by the way a let them critique the dance. The only thing I have to say is d- cafe. Great. It's not in my life. Do you think he was exquisitely demented? You're you're a little rough around the edges, but something about it was incredible. You have this wild rockstar, like. I loved every minute of it. If you wanna see someone come out and attack adults just out of that. He was jumping all over the place. Now twenty points jumping around twenty points may not be the best, but it's only the first night. So twenty points is pretty decent and we'll go from there. All right. We came Bobby team. Bobby, don't get mad at us Tambov Sharona too. So you whoever shown his. A great t what's up? Elvis Durant. I know you had some fun TV on last night. Did you did you. Manifest loved it, loved, wait. You told me you didn't understand it. Those stand it. It's. It's. To win, win lost was on TV. It's like that they're not gonna really tell you much so that you know the people are in the airplane. Airplane is flying. And then all of a sudden it's five years later in the plane lands and they're like, okay, you know, it takes off like that. All right, give it some time. Yeah, you have it some time. It'll be good for your brain tonight. Team do not bother me ladies and gentlemen. Way can cause calm down. Bobby bones over there. This is on today had not wait bother me. I will have. What do you mean? Don't bother you? I don't want anybody trying to text me. Call me shut my phone off. I'm gonna lock do open the room. Anybody do that anyway. Don't call or text you. All right. So this is us, you emotion, it's true, you will cry. I don't know what it is about that show that I just want a lot of it. Wants to cry. I've never seen that show what I hadn't seen it. I saw everyone around me start to love it. So I started watching it and I was totally sucked in. It really has haven't cried, but I mean, but it is a very touching riveting show, hey, so petty Muren is coming in. In about an hour she she is getting so much attention on Broadway right now right on in frozen on Broadway, and she is hysterical she to such an amazing job with this role. She sings, she's amazing singer, but she's just so funny. Her comedic timing is so spot on. It's great. So why does she want to be on this? She has. She hasn't of success in room. I know that here too. So she listened to us. So after I saw Rosen, I tweeted her and I said, hey, you were amazing bubble buttons. She tweeted me back, gosh, I listen to you guys every morning been keeping in contact since then. So she's a fan of the show where a fan of hers. So it's nice. I'm doing a duet with her. Yes. Who sings I may or it's you, I think you, yeah. Slum, oh, oven had me. Happens up. That a boy craze f- for me, it's his girl Costats because that's John Travolta's line you no change. I can meet a girl crazy for me, but ain't gonna see the day. So she's says, she understands, I'm gay guy. I'm gonna have to change the worst theater. I think she's got. It has to be. I met a boy crazy for me than she says meta boy cute as can be fighting over the same guy. Maybe. Just role play for this one song acting. Drake, I do that. Hold on Okinawa Clark that you'll be good goddess. Skeet. Thing is in the song they're singing about each other, changed the word saying, I think you're great. I can't date you, but I can decorate your apartment glad change the words. Good. We'll get into that later. Definitely remix to the song. So we're talking about dating for a minute. Do we talk too much about dating? Should we not talking about dating Kelly? Actually haven't at all. We're gonna talk about yesterday, maybe maybe. 'cause you're engaged now you don't. You don't need. Meanwhile, I'm in the thick of it. I think you know, we could talk about dating on the show and even if you're married, you can still think about it because you know date not think about dating now, but you've dated before. It's an interesting topic. I don't blow off the thought of dating just because I'm not dating what I'm saying. I don't blow off the thought of Lamborghini because they can't afford one. Oh, I do. Lamborghini out of my head. What Greg bring up a very good point Alvis. I would like to think that I am an expert dater because I have succeeded. I have managed date enough to meet the one that I love and then get married and stay married sixteen years. An expert baiter deeper than that, just because you're dating, doesn't me want to get married. They're tearing thanks. Yes, but I've accomplished. Let's talk about slow dating. Now I brought this up to Gandhi. I said, talk about slow dating. And you said your definition of slow dating is just regular dating dating seems to because I know that things move at the speed of light now with tender, mumble and all the different apps people to swipe and they meet and they hook up, but I'm not really about that life. I would rather get to know someone go on some dates. Apparently that doesn't happen anymore. I'm sure someone else out there is into slow dating. Yeah. I mean, if you call it slow dating, that makes it sound like it makes it sound like it's not the typical dating dating. I don't know why they've added to slow to it. So when you're dating slowly, the sexual intimacy comes later, you're hoping right? Right. Not right away, like your normal tender hookups and stuff like that. You're saying, so you've got your eyes set on quality over quantity. That's good. This is like old school dating, but when when men were gentlemen of flowers dinner, normal, acting as if that is so. Oh, unusual. Really that unusual? I think it's far more unusual now than it used to be because it's so I mean for every person like me who's like, no, we're going to go on a date and go out somewhere. There are probably ten other people who are like, not just come over and let's Netflix and chill. So it's tough. It's when gents would come Kolon. Parlor, no many brings flowers anymore. I think that was so cute. You know what? No one does bring flowers anymore. If you can call it like old school dating, but what's wrong with it once try it. It is cute though. I did mention this one time to guy, and he was like, well, you don't let me come over to your -partment. You won't tell me where you live, so you want me to bring flowers to dinners. You can carry them around all night. I was like, oh, this is a good point. I've really sunk my till the who you might be a stalker. This is invented the wrist corsage if you show up with that. Definitely, no second. Thank you for meeting me here at Chipotle. Would you please put this risk? Assange it Luca Florida's. Try slow dating. Scary. What do you think slow dating? Well, I think I hear the word slow dating. I think it means you're not hooking up. It means slow. Okay. It's gonna be a couple of months before we really take this to the next level. Maybe you. That's great though, get maybe you do hook up after the second day, but at least the emphasis is an on. All right. Hi, how you doing. Let's to it. That's good. Hello, Rebecca. Hi. How are you doing? Well, so you were about to try a life of slow dating. Yeah. And so why did you feel like you needed a life of slow dating. Six and a half year relationship. And I was just like, okay, I just have to refine myself. So I went on to see what was out there and I ended up meeting my husband. Sorry, two months later. Okay. So you met this guy on tender, but you slow dated after you met him, you didn't like hookup swipe hookup, you either is little time left. So he's actually in the military. Stationed in Hawaii. So he was actually leave when I met him, and I had all in Penzance to just taking it slow with him and doing what we were supposed to do. And then he was just like, I think we should try this whole dating thing. And I was like, okay, well, you're four thousand miles away. And then he left and I was still in New Jersey. And then he was like, we should get married. And I was like a student. Wow, opposite of slow dating fast, Mary. Speed marriage. Like I married. Congratulations. Now moving away. Oh, that's. Which I line. Okay, perfect. We'll look. Harry white have a beautiful life military wife, but you know what, as you know, if you're military wife, military spouse, you are serving as well. We thank you very much. Thank you for listening to us to sound like a broken record because I always say that when we talked to someone involved with the military, no, it's very nice that you respect in that way. I course. So we lot of people don't think about that too. How hard it is on the whole family? Yeah. Hey, so back to the slow dating thing, you know if someone out there is, oh, maybe I should. Maybe I should switch gears and look at it that way. You know, for some reason, we're all trying to get to this finish line so fast. We always have to have our gratification immediately. Well, look at your life. Don't you have more than a year left either. Hell, wouldn't it be nice to think? You know the truth. Maybe you have dozens of years left, I hope so. So what's wrong with taking a little time rather than having to have that it scratched like right now? Yeah, nothing. I think it's actually way better. To wait, not because there's anything wrong with hooking up with people if that's what you wanna do it. But I know a lot of my friends have an issue when they hook up with someone and then they don't talk to them anymore. Whereas if you just go on a date, you have a bad time, don't speak anymore, who cares? But once they hooked up with someone, they are more invested in what's happening and they get their feelings hurt more true. So just hold off who cares? A lot of people out there in the dating world. Oh, just just wanna hook up. They don't want a serious. And if that's the case, then okay for that offensive to want something good worth waiting for a lot of times, depends on what you're waiting for one like, you know, get get going. I know I waiting for this. Anyway. So. A reminder that we're all driving at different speeds in different lanes and we all have different expectations in. Finally, when you meet that person who actually can merge into your lane, you can into their lane, whatever. It's a different pace. You know what? You can slow it down. You can drive fifty five. Okay. Yeah. But when you're out there driving ninety five. You know what I'm saying? Sometimes there's a wreck into the out of there. Yeah. Sometimes you have roll over. Anyway, we gotta get into the headlines. We have a phone on the way who's doing the phone tap today scanning. David Brody oh, he's gonna. Piss somebody off the king of all phone. Title of it. It's called the whole crossing guard guard the whole crossing guard that's coming up next. But right now into the headlines. Bethany Bethany. Look at that Freudian slip. Gandhi, what's going on? All right. A federal judge is giving grizzly bears in and around Yellowstone National Park back their legal protection. They're going to block planned hunts in Idaho and Wyoming. The judge's decision on Monday reverses the Trump administration's efforts through move. The bears from protection under the Endangered Species Act. A hunt was actually planned to kill twenty. Two of the bears this fall. I know. No, that was a great story. Thank you, sir. All right. Fortune magazine is out with its twenty first annual list of the most powerful women in business. Powerful women are fantastic for the first time in three years. There's a new number one General Motors CEO. Mary Barra actually fell to second was replaced in the top spot by Lockheed Martin's DO and president, Maryland Houston. And on Friday, the Texas Department of criminal Justice received a donation, a forty, five boxes filled with bunches of unclaimed, bananas, but an officer noticed it felt a little heavier than the other boxes. They opened it up, turned out to be five hundred and forty packages of cocaine, fourth, estimated street value of eighteen million dollars. Look, I know it's legal. It's bad for your kill people. It's just it's a global problem this this drug thing, but God I could make eighteen million from one one little sale on the street. Good. To be a, but they're not gonna do it. You're not going to decided to thank you Howard. Good for you. Four, you know, I'm not gonna read this. Nice Texas came about you. Okay. I am so obsessed with Gandhi. What a perfect addition to your show? I was nervous before she came on, but now I can't imagine the show without it. I wasn't nervous to you. Got here, ruined it off. You did. All right. So phone tap the king of all phone taps. Brody has one for you coming up next. More from the Mercedes Benz eater view lounge. Adam Rippon zero. I assume you train for your life basically? Yes. Went to the Olympics Wheaties box now, like when I was at the Olympics, I remember going on the today show and they were like, who is having a better Olympics than, you know, probably somebody that one, though. Walked you by the twenty eighteen Mercedes Benz. G l. c. three hundred SUV pie performance meets higher intelligence test drive today. Reseda Benz the best or nothing. Elvis, Duran and the morning show TV's number one drama. This is us is back watch Jack, meet Rebecca for the first time and see how this epic story began followed by new Amsterdam about a doctor on a mission to heal the system. Even if it means breaking every rule. The premiers of this is us and new Amsterdam tonight on NBC. Okay. If I take a second to do a special birthday shout out before we get into the Dave Rhody phone tap, I've to say happy birthday to the guy in my life who is never brought me as much joy and love ever his name, his name. What are you going to Alex's birthday today? You're ruining my why? Why do you like to shine my apple. Have you say max. All right. Let's get into the phone. Okay. Everyone assumes you're gonna talk about Alex. Well, of course, now that I think about maybe that was rude to say my dog is more important than my fiance listening right now. What no fan of the show would say the same thing he'd say, his dog is more important than his family. Would you frog. Oh, probably even there. I swear. Win that lottery this week. Four, you look, you know, max is he means the world me, you know what? My puppy means to me, I would never equate my love for for my max to the love you have for your sons, you know, and you they, but he's what I have. If you don't have kids, then that to you is your child is child class. Why can't people quite the love of their pets to kid will because they don't have pets. You know what I'm saying? I max is he's my world. I love him so much. I never thought I would be a dog. I always a cat. I NAMA dog and cat guy. I, I love them both. But max is just brought more joy to my life than any being has ever brought. Just want to say happy, happy birthday to my little boy. Hey, welcome back froggy. Do you wanna make fun of me now because I'm making low to my dog on the radio. No, I do not want to be. I completely understand. I have children and dogs, and I'm telling you, I understand the love of an animal that you can love an animal just like you love human being hit saying, you love your dogs more than your kids. I do love my animals in last actually. It's funny last night. One of them really upset me last night. And today I feel bad that I got upset with him and it's really bothering me and I can't wait to home. It's been time with them exactly when his son does something on, he doesn't feel his over, sends him away. All right. Let's get into your phone tap at happy birthday. Little max. I love my little boy. I love you so much. I'm sorry, why buy them? I'm going to buy something nice to take him to sex. I'm gonna be caller. I'm going to buy him some agent provocateur while. No, I didn't get him again. I mean, you know. Kristen, Lubaton doggy boots. They will little red bottoms anyway anyway. Are you guys ready for the phone? All right. Here we go. Elvis, Randy Elvis, Duran phone tap Brody, what's it all about? Elvis, listener. Connor wanted a phone, tap his mom. He's been having a problem with the middle school crossing guard ever since he went to the middle school, many years ago who see graffiti on a wall and got suspended. So as mom said, they were from the guard, don't drive by the school. So he's going to call his mom. He accidentally job by the school and I play this critical. You play the whole security guard. Tell the name of this phone, the whole security, some assuming that you are the security guard crossing. What are you doing? You know, normal, regular business of the. Without Smith that stupid crossing guards, he's cheering and I thought he wasn't. There goes some way. Can you turn around? Can you. No, he stopped everybody. He's not everybody. And here again, he stuff you no reason. He's, you know, he's easy sitting right in front of men. He just staring at me now. Hey, can you let me go? Please Klein all how Connor. How are you? Why do you do this every single day? Nice day we're having today. Now you're gonna. Let me go. No. Nice. This kid nice. God are being like, hold on. Hold on kids crossing here. Save Gascon eternally. Tell you, you'll be fine against you. I told you this with come right u. s what did you catch that school? You know better than that, my, he's playing his ipod. Everybody's in a hurry. These days, it's time we slow down. Are you gonna stand there with a dumb look. You face police officer rally to somebody that you can talk to get into stuff and all your sit there, all you want. I'm moving. I'm gonna put my chair right here in the road. How do you like that Michaelangelo now, what are you going to do all the time in the world paint the picture. Tokyo garage talking to your mommy. We're gonna vote where your mommy. Money. And they're gonna tell you mom if she raised, you're right. You wouldn't be in this mess. Now. Hey, hey, man. My mom was dog to me. You run by call your mommy up. Hello? Hello. Hello, think you off? I think on the school crossing guard for fifteen years now. Thank you very much. And what is you the security by complex? My blue outfit and my orange vest that's on. Aren best aren't to you on a school crossing nut. In front of my sons cost. I see where you son gets it from now. Okay. It's all becoming very clear to me what excuse me, what you have the same attitude, you son has the whole entitlement thing. Why don't you get back on the phone? You stupid kid and let them go learn how to paint. Kids, stupid. You gotta just stop right now. You know to talk to me this way. Okay. All right. You know what you are. The mother of the child who graffiti the outside wall by the softball field. That was your son graffiti all excuse me, did not feeding a whole wall of. Away. Okay. Miss the I know all we took the heat, we paid the fine and we cleaned it up. You joke. Okay. All right. Been awhile white. You still holding onto this shit. You just let it drive. I gotta say, I'm very glad that Connor is an only child because I wouldn't want to have another one of your kids in the school Hughes. Is that what it is? Is that while your sons? No, it's up to me this way. Listen, this other you you probably should think about for the rest of the week while I go back to my chair, I don't have to think about any calling the cop. Know your son's not actually called a radio station. Janet this day brought meals during the morning show and phone, tapping you. Kids. What a nice lady. Sorry, thank you brought he. Thanks for irritating. The living hell of someone else today is that you're, you get so much satisfaction out of irradiating people and they're paying me for it, getting money. If you have an idea for a phone, tap example, someone you know is very gullible, very Tampa Bill. That is about Elvis dot com. Click on that phone tap link, give us some ideas. Permission granted by all participants. Feet noise Durant phone tab on Elvis Duran in the morning show. So. My ebook linen sheets. Once again, you know, loved them. We stayed. I stayed in the most. The most beautiful hotel in Las Vegas when we were there for the iheartradio music festival, and it had those really expensive sheets you love and hotels. The reason must expensive hotels I didn't pay for the problem is though sheets when you get home, you don't have those sheets anymore. You go back to your sheets. Sheets are expensive, especially those five star hotel quality sheets. That's why Brooklyn a brook linen dot com is the way to go. 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You get a sixty night satisfaction guarantee as well. It's b. r. o. k. l. i. n. dot com promo code l.. The topic train train. The topic big. Train with great TV's from the mind of great tea and my only or the mines who helped him? Yeah, only. Right. So why talk about one thing. When you talk about different things, it will just come in. Juggle these things. Whatever topic hits a nerve with you. We want to hear from you remember the phone and how to use it. We'll give you the number to call and you call us topic. Number one, Gregory served. That's not how you say my name that is not how you say my name, right Gandhi. Yes. That's exactly how many times has someone just completely messed up your name and that's not how your parents intended it. That's not how you want it. So how are they misinterpreting your name every day in my life. It happens misinterpreting your name. I says the wrong. No, not misinterpreted wiz announcing mispronouncing misprint. I'm so sorry. Mispronouncing. Yeah. Okay. So how how do you say it differently? You probably do one, eight hundred two, four, two zero one hundred. I'm trying to read your writing Vetu Narian veterinarian. Spell it. How do you spell what your topic about the veterinary veterinary ever find it so crazy. How veterinarian knows how to like, you know, help out a snake, then maybe help out a pig. And then all of a sudden help out like a dog or a cat and Dr k exotic pets on National Geographic. Yes. So how does he know how to do all of that with all these different animals and species is a very good point. A doctor who treats people, you know, people are all the same veterinarian to treat like a canary. And a like a rattlesnake exactly go to school longer. I don't know what being that is harder than being an actual doctor. What we're gonna find out because the animals can't talk to you if I could talk to. They. Eight hundred two, four twos or one hundred come on. Veterinarians. Tell us how you do it next topic. Weird info. All right. So. Sister recently, I wanna know have you ever met up with one of your neighbors and you learn something quite peculiar that you never knew, and you turned around and said, wow, now they're a little weird live next to that. Yeah, I wanna know what have you learned about your weird neighbor? I was there. If you are the weird neighbor, we want to hear from you one eight hundred two, four, two zero one hundred next topic. Solicitation phone calls. I doubt another one. I get them all the time. We all do so many different ones cruises. I wanna private this. I one that with cruises call, the cruise call comes in. They always have the. I now I got one apply. See breach I was I have to call and I have to protect my own privacy. Well, they can't with that one. Please don't give them any info. Not laugh about these. They breached your privacy when they call. So what your point in the topic we move on here. Maybe someone actually has taken somebody up on it, but like the crews have actually taken them up on the cruise and gone on and seen, where did you go to? Have you bought something from a solicitations? Have you bought something from one of these calls call one, eight hundred two, four, two zero. One hundred finally booked, but no rain was me. Thanks to scary. And one of his one of his friends, they've been dating for quite some time and all of a sudden she's like, you know what? I'm going to go book this cool wedding hall, but she hasn't received a ring and he hasn't even said, we're definitely getting married. She's booked the venue. Assumes Robin did no. So if you've already your wedding hall police call us, I used to work with a girl who bought her wedding dress before she was proposed to, okay. I can see that because it has a longer shelf life than reserving a venue for your wedding, saying one, eight hundred, two, four, two zero. One hundred get into the Danielle report. Genio looks like Arianna Guerande had adopted the dog that belonged to MAC. Miller rescued a pit bull mix when they were dating and on Monday. She Instagram'd videos of her smothering the dog with wet kisses. So yeah, that's sweet. Kevin, federal on. Can you believe he successfully negotiated for larger child support payments from Britney Spears? He's living the dream. Is limit the dream. This guy won't hope expensive. Is it to be the father of Brittany spears custody of the two boys Britney has to pay him more than a thousand dollars per day. Now, listen, I don't know. Got two kids. Frock. You got kids about one dollars per day, thousands a little bit on a lot much for security fun. What lodge even have primary chuckling right now they have. They have with her g. yeah, they still share custody to. I don't know. I don't know. So okay. We saw childish Gambino backstage at our heart music festival, and he was in a wheelchair. So everybody said, oh my gosh, she broke broke his foot. Then he took to the stage and it was like nothing he was jumping around. He was fine, but he did have a broken foot will then Sunday he performed in Dallas. And apparently he tried to do a split limped off stage, never returned minutes later, somebody. You had to come on and say, the show was over. He could not go on. So I think at this point he's got to do something about this and doing as an artist performing. He's putting it all ahead of his own health. That's the thing the show must go on. We do on this show. Yeah. Store handy table the day off last night. The stars are boy Bobby bones. The Bobby bones show took the stage Shauna. They weren't credible. They got twenty points. I know people twenty points is nothing. It's the first night guys. Bobby, they did the jive and it was fantastic. And WWE fans were worried about live Morgan because she appeared to be injured after an encounter with Brie Bella during a women like a six women tag team thing on WWE raw. So they're saying that so far they haven't come forward and say what's wrong, but something did happen. So I don't know exactly. It was an accident. You don't wanna hurt each other, but unfortunately, sometimes someone can get hurt, but it's all real and it looks like somebody. This us is on tonight. This is goodbye will cry. Thank you, Danielle. All right here we go. Train calling. God isn't doing the Wu yet. Come on flow, you're part of the family. Now we start with is this ISA. Got it, right. Well, you'll figure out why I'm having a problem. Her name because which topic are you calling about? How do they mess it up? ISA they always call me. I is a. How do you spell it? I as a and then offi south Lewisville ee s. s. a. o.. Oh, one of those things you're living with, aren't you kinda used to it and isn't it kind of nice to have a unique name? It's nice, neat one. But then like people always like like all for something like that. Calling you like ISIS, don't call. Isis vices. No, you don't wanna be into that. We love your name. You say it's very beautiful and thank you for listening to us. Thank you. It's a very pretty name. It really is really pretty name. Thank you. Really pretty. I like that. Yeah, let's go talk to Dr Mayer online. Twenty four. Good morning. Dr. Myer. How are you. Doc Mayer. Calling from beautiful. Your name is Chelsea. All right. Chelsea. Which which topic are you calling about? I figured it out about veterinarian veterinarian. You're all wondering, how do you do the magic that you do? How do you know you're taking care of snake? And then all of a sudden you got to take care of a pig. How do it. So we go to school for about eight years to learn that type of stuff. And then basically, you just kinda evaluate them as they come in like. So if you're if they're kinda Linton on a foot, obviously they're hurt, right, right. So, you know, things like that. That's how we terminate. We go to school about as long as medical doctors, but then we treat more than one species. That's crazy. Me rattlesnake and a kitten. Don't treat them at the same time make, but yes, Dr. K the exotic pets show. She was talking about the tortoise shell and how sensitive it is in like a dog bit through the tortoiseshell. And so they put the saline on top of the the shell. If the saline goes inside, you know that it's punctured further down. It's not good for the turtle. It sits on the top and like a little pool than it should be fine. The turtle, he'll we learned a lot for you. Yeah. Shopping, Chelsea. What's the most exotic animals that you have? You've treated. Probably just a pig. I don't do like crazy, like birds and stuff because I'm afraid I'll get my eyes like picked out. What are the dangers parts of the job. Thank you. Vision. Dog Dr. Chelsea Meyer official veterinarian of the morning show. Very nice. Claudine. Welcome to great topic trained cloudy, which of which topic have you calling about? Good morning l. vice Vogel. Morning cloudy. Well, so what's what's up, which topic you calling about people? My name people just can't get it right. They call me Claudia. They call me Pauline, but my favorite was when I went to a restaurant and made a reservation and the yelled out reservation for putty of two for Claude dying dying. It specifically says, Claudine. I'm reading right now. I don't know how anyone can screw. No. Now, whenever I make reservations or order pizza issues, my husband's name, I'm like, just put it under Kevin, Kevin. By the way, Claudine gets the award for the clearest sounding phone of the day. Are you on a landline by chance? No, I'm I'm just holding my speakers. Very careful. That's fantastic. Claudine you get a blue ribbon for phone etiquette, I-. Clotting. Thank you very much and have a nice day. Oh, we talked Cory, Cory, welcome to Greg teas. Topic train which topic you calling about. Corey. All right is this is this you Corey. Not Corey. Well, we'll talk to you. Who is this? This is Andrea crease. Are you calling about people who get your name wrong? Because I obviously just did he add? Yes, but it's actually my last name, but I'm getting my husband. It's looks like Frick. It's s. r. y. c. but you say freese. Yeah, you say freeze, but nobody ever gets. Right. So it's always like Mr. MRs. Fricke. Yeah, that one but couldn't sort of see how they get it wrong. But once you know it's free, it's like a super cool name. I like that. Yeah. It's cool to know, but nobody ever gets it right. Like it doesn't matter if anybody calls you whether the market out to a restaurant, you know, it's always Frick f. or y. sees always going to be difficult. We're sorry about this to Franken. Be dumb. They'll say, freese. Thank you very much, Cory push it. Your call by the way for the record is scary. Yes, it's not scurry. It's not skater is not ski or scary. Scary, starving. You're screwing. And none of it's scary s. k. e. r. y. people don't get it, but it really is s. c. i. r. e. I met him. I thought it was so mean that people would call him scary vendors. Now I didn't do like my God, I call him frightening. One more call and this is from Brittany Brittany, which great teas topics you calling about. I was calling about the solicitation phone call. What did you get? Who called your house? So we had after bridal show all these people had my phone number and someone called saying that they were promising us a free vacation if we came in after their little spiel and they also promised us a free Amazon kindle. So we decided to show up. We were there for like six hours as I kept trying to sell us vacation because they weren't free. But we did leave with a free Amazon kindle. So. So was it worth the eight hour six hour of time that you spent there to get a kindle? Yeah. Well, we we, we realized that we bought our other kindle for fifty dollars and probably would have been worth paying for it. Well, thank you Britney. I've always wondered if anyone ever took them up on it and if you're interview one of those people that makes it calls him calling today for a free vacation. Someone says, I'm interested. I would be like really well. I what. You did it. I did it. I got scammed out like a hundred and forty, seven dollars. Like all you have to do is pay this and you get cruise for two for the weekend, then I never followed up on it. And now I get the call non stop. You didn't cash on your weekend, but you have to pay eight hundred dollars more. Calling from Norwegian cruise lies. I've got a ship called bliss. No, really? It's mine Britney. Thanks for listening to you and your kindle. Have a nice day. Okay. Thank you. All right. Gonna break, you know who's coming up Patty Mirren. She wants to sing with me. She's lost her mind. I can't wait to see this. Why would you ever do this to your friend? Daniel, I'm so excited to sing. These are all reasons why I don't want to be an adult. Daniel. I don't need to see your poop in the bowl fraud. What is your some hot guy Gandhi? I'm a little suspicious of all of you day. These two ran in the morning show TV's number one drama. This is us is back watch Jack, meet Rebecca for the first time and see how this epic story began followed by new Amsterdam about a doctor on a mission to heal the system. Even if it means breaking every rule. The premiers of this is us and new Amsterdam tonight on NBC. Yes, the one only you. Tell me about it. Let me introduce myself. Gosh, Elvis, random historian Mr. in the morning show. Reduction. This is Elvis Duran in the morning show so so excited Lord nervous. Broadway superstar petty Muren is coming in and we're singing together should key. Would you guys mind rehearsing with me? No, at all. Right. We'll get into that in a minute, and everyone has evidence apart. It's gonna be great. All right. Also, we've got sound with Garrett coming up into split-second the first go around the room. We'll start with you Gandhi. What's on your mind? This hour. Okay. So I've been sort of thinking that I wanna throw myself a bit of a housewarming party once I get one house, right? I need to get a place to live, I, but I feel like at this point I've been to so many weddings and bridal showers and baby showers and bachelorette parties. All my friends only something slowing register for a bunch of stuff. Do it too much, but where will you register like Home Depot or target, or. I don't know. I might just get crazy do peer one. I don't know. Go all out. Is that your style here? One. I don't really know what my style is. All I know is I have a lot of plants right now. I need to find a place for them. Yeah. All right here. When sounds good though. Scary registered at. BMW. He didn't get one gift, lousy keychain, you gotta keep. Register, what is wrong with the fact that you know, all your friends are getting married, they're all registering, but you know, you're not getting married, but you're moving into house, you'd register. I would love some direction to find out what gifted. Thank you. Yes, web grow. Kathleen, I'm volunteering to help Gandhi figure out exactly what you need. I know exactly where she needs to register girl. I got you. I'll help design your apartment. I love you. You're already my favorite. Thank you. Grow, Kathleen producer, Sam, what's on your mind today? So it is really spectacular. When you get to cross something off of your bucket list, which is surprise experienced last night. So I've always read these stories about like ablest comics coming up into comedy clubs and surprising the audience and doing a set. Unlike I want that to happen to me one day I went to Gotham comedy club last night. It's a Monday night, and Jim gaffe again shows up it out, takes the stage and just does his thing. And he is a very well known standup comedy. He's so funny and I just felt like I was overwhelmed with the presence of greatness like I couldn't laugh for the first five minutes because I was so shot. And then I didn't stop laughing until he was done. She'll. Whoa. On your list on your bucket list was go to a comedy club, be surprised by an alias comic comedy club, and that happened while you and you never know when the losers are gonna show? It was incredible. Very nice, Daniel. So if you're like me. And you're obsessed with holdings, Halloween, you get so sick of people telling you aunts, town, airline salad, Ryan. My so I'm because once toper I hits nobody can say a damn word in that entire month belongs to you. So congratulations. It's just around the corner. I do not judge. You can show the rate Halloween year round. I would if I could you, you're the perfect Halloween goddess, hey, what's up there frog while you know what's on your mind. I'll tell you what's on my mind. It's a holiday thing. I just realized something about two minutes ago. Three months from today is Christmas morning. Well, now I'm sorry months from today. Twenty eighteen is gone. Three months believable, and you gotta start your shopping. You only have three months. I mean, is that shock? Anybody else? Yes, I hate this stress me out. I'm getting stressed. Stop moving. I love this is my favorite time of year. I from between October, November December is far my three favorite months of the. I just love how people get together and spend time, and there's happiness and joy. I just do that in August August. Is it for that. Thank you. Get into sound with Garrett. Alright, going. All right. Let's the voice it premiered last night. A thirteen year old Kennedy homes blew everyone away with her version of Dell's turning tables. Names. She's thirteen thirteen towns. Awesome. That share still would scare me if I was singing in here that tearing around of Romeo. Bradley Cooper stop by Conan show last night to promote a star is born with lady Gaga which comes out Tober fifth, but listen to how Bradley met lady Gaga. I never met her before. We had passed each other. I was doing, I think like enter the cage on Saturday Night Live over that thing and she was the musical guest, and we were like five feet from each other after that. No, I never. I was at this cancer benefit and she sang levian rose, which is a song in the movie and just decimated the room. And then I went and saw her the next day I asked if I could meet with her because I really didn't even know what she looked like. And she was so present and open and kind. And it was just one of those things that just I was hungry. She made me food next thing. You know, after meeting pasta singing in her living room, it was crazy, and, and she said, has anybody heard you sung before I said, no. And she said, well, let's record it. So recorded on my phone. And that was actually one of the first things when I was trying to pitch to Warner Brothers, I show them video. Linda first meeting should be like with with everyone lady Gaga. She made that that sauce she that she gives you for. And when she was here, that's when he found out. She got the role I star is born. All right. So speaking of sausage, I was cooking some sausage yesterday and in in a Skillet and it sounded very creepy to me like like it was coming from a movie like screaming children, no God. So these were sausages, but they sound like screaming? Yes. Okay. Here we go. Screaming kids. It sounds like. Oh, that's sad. Weren't at the park. What a sick mind you have? No college football is back and so are the creative marching band. So let's play a game. So LSU marching bed and play this TV theme songs, even guests. Gandhi knows this one. It's the thing from the office. Is the new you liked. All right, seven year old Mayola. Emma. She sang the national anthem before the galaxy game out in LA the other day and was blue blue. Everyone away was trending all over the place yesterday. Listen to the end of this. She's seven years old. So we're about a month and change from political season today, voter registration day. So make sure you get out and vote registered to vote. But out in Arizona, Paul, Gaza, he is up for re election for a seat in congress to represent Arizona going up against Dr David Brill. Now, Dr David Brill did was get all of Paul siblings to do a commercial of wide people shouldn't vote for their brother. Wow. Okay. I love a good family. The congressman isn't doing anything to help rural America posed absolutely not working for his district. If they care about healthcare, they care about their children's health care. They would hold him to account if they care about jobs, they would hold him to account if he actually cared about people in rural areas, ONA heat, they fighting security for better access to health care. If he's not listening to you and he's doesn't. Have your interests at heart to this is. My name is Tim goes, are David gosar grace, gosar Joan. Some some Justin goes, are Jennifer gosar pogo SARS my brother. My brother in I endorse Dr Brill Dr Brill full heartedly endorse Dr. David Brill for congress. I'm Dr David Brill and I approve this message. I'm David Brill and thank God. My family likes me that was missing was Dr David build laughing at the end going. Gotcha. Your good American. Thank you very much. Gary person. You just get out of the rate of your family doesn't even like I mean, look, you know, a lot of people judge people on how they treat their family family Kanye like him. I don't know. Let's get into the headlines of what's going on right now gone. Oh gosh. I'm sorry. One second. An here we go. The Dallas police officer accused of manslaughter in this shooting death of an unarmed. Black man in his own home is now officially out of a job. She has been let go police chief Rene hall announce the first officer, amber Geiger has been let go a department statement says that she engaged in adverse conduct when she was arrested for manslaughter, the timber ninth. So too weird store there. Something missing there is that we have not heard about. She walked in to an apartment. She thought was hers right? Thought that he was an intruder shot and killed him. He was actually in his own home in his own home, and they're really. Differing accounts of people what they heard c- said, she never talked to him at all. Other people said she was banging on the door to get in. It's really, really tricky, but she has now been arrested in Licko. A teenager from Indonesia was rescued just off the coast of Guam after drifting in the ocean for seven weeks l. d. Novell delaying was I went out to sea July fourteenth after a strong wind, snap the line, the anchored his fishing raft, and he had no way to steer himself back. He ran out of food and water after week, but he survived by eating fish and drinking partially filtered seawater. So that's crazy. He drifted all the way from Indonesia to Guam. And finally, a school bus driver in Indiana has been arrested after complaints that she let three young students ages eleven thirteen and seventeen drive the school bus twenty six. Eleven thirteen and seven, Florida. No. Claim. Florida story was caught on camera, allowing these students from Boone grove, high school to driver bus for just short distances. She said in rural areas that she was pretty much doing everyone a favor and letting them have good time how dare people get upset. I know she's trying to find come on. Let's take a Baig. Take a bake. What she, let's wake and bake. I mean, take a break fischel Twitter account of the morning show search for Elvis ratio on Twitter and follow us in his one drama. This is us is back watch Jack, meet Rebecca for the first time and see how this epic story began followed by new Amsterdam about a doctor on a mission to heal the system. Even if it means breaking every rule. The premiers of this is us and new Amsterdam tonight on NBC. We're reading all your tweets. Elvis Duran, join the conversation. This is Elvis Durant in the morning show. When you kid, did you ever dreams of being a performer on Broadway being unsafe, having an orchestra, all the lights and all the costume, all the energy. I still do me too about Ugandan will some people actually have those dreams from their little kids, and they actually watched their dreams come true in Patty Muren. Obviously, one of them followed in her footsteps. I did the same thing. I was at the nerd I was in musing and time. The only time I'm on Broadway's when I'm walking down Broadway money to get money out of the ATM. Broad sometimes in the audience sometimes in the audience anyway, right now, frozen, of course, is doing so well one of our favorites. Yeah, we blew remedied that thing as soon as it came up in Patty Muren of course place Princess Anna on on. Gandhi Gandhi? Yes. So how did you get to know Patty? Actually, I went to see her and she is incredible as on us. She her comedic timing is so amazing. She has done so much with this role, and I just tweeted that are and said, oh my gosh, you were so great and she tweeted all my gosh. I listen to guys every morning, and then we kinda started talking to each other and everything. So it's cool that she's here and 'cause she really is just awesome. So welcome to the show. Welcome to the Mercedes Benz interview loans. Patty Mirren. Yes. Peanut butter for. Love peanut butter, so it's totally fine. Peter pants, Mel Yankee headphones if you want. Yes, no, no. Look like you guys welcome to the show. Thank you so much. Thank you for having me. We're just talking about how you know when we were kids. We all dream one day being on Broadway hanger show with the lights in the costumes and the music, and your dreams came true, whether you're dreams. Yes. Oh, yeah. I mean being on Broadway, but also being in a Disney musical on Broadway. That was another massive dream. Yeah. But were you Baillieu or bell at some point? I was, yes, I was and beating the beast, I didn't area little mermaid, but this is like originating a Disney Princess on Broadway as it's pretty massive. Yeah, I still cries every so often. Play. One of the dogs in lady in the trans. Live action. I'll tell you, let's talk about disneyla- talking about Broadway. When I first moved to New York, I've been around for a while. There's really no Disney presence. In Times Square back then it was just filthy CD. And then they called it the Disney vacation of of of time square. And I got mad because I missed, you know, I don't know why. I never went to those CD places, but I thought that was a sort of like what New York should have been. The now because I really truly think it's because of Disney and the musicals New York City. The most incredible city in the world was changed forever. Right? I mean, what an influence on on the art, the stage art our city. Absolutely. Yeah. Disney. The first musical was Lion King. Was it Lion, King beauty, and the beast? It was. It was. Oh. Seven times online king that was the myself blew me away. Amazing, absolutely incredible. They just have this way of storytelling and putting these these animated films on stage which seems like the most unnatural transition that you could ever have. You know what I mean? There's things that don't actually exist and make them into this magic live experience. And I grew up just north of the city. So my parents would bring us to see Broadway shows all the time. I would go in college with my friends after the prom. One year me and my friends went to see Titanic the musical. How is that? I mean, definitely not an after from celebration. No one spoil the ending. Look. So you are on your third Disney, Broadway musical. This is my first Disney on Broadway. I've done the perform productions of Disney shows before, but this is my first time working with Disney on Broadway, but your third, your third of Disney production. So what if you know Oklahoma called. I mean, are you just totally sold on? It's gotta be Disney from me from now on? No. I mean, the great thing about Disney is that they, you know, they, they do what they do so well, but they also sort of they open doors to a lot of other a lot of other things, and they also do a lot of stuff that isn't just animated films. I did the did a play called Peter in the star catcher a few years ago. I was just, oh my gosh, so phenomenal. And, and kind of, you know, Peter Pan sort of like very much outside of their their their norm. So you know, obviously I love working for Disney and I will work for them for as long as they want me to. But you know, at this point, it's like who knows who knows what's next and that's about being in entertainment business. You just don't know. Do I love the fact that you and the girl who plays Elsom Sarci? Yes, real easy leaking guy, Hugh, you love each other. We live half a block away from each other. We didn't know that till we started her cels, our husbands have known each other longer than we've. In our husbands. Yeah, it's just one of those things. The more were like, that's we're, we're just the same kind of the same kind of we're the same point in our lives for both adults. You know, she has a son and we're both married, and we both have a really good perspective in the business because we've been in it for so long. So. Yeah, yeah. I say all the time that there's literally one person in the entire world who knows exactly what I'm going through for this whole process with frozen, and it's Casey, and it's the same for her. We just have that person to to vent to and talk to and ask questions and make sure that you're you're normal. You know why a lot of entertainment people are in relationships with entertainment people because they're that von because they just understand. Yeah, it's just easier to, you know, than having to explain like, you know, this is how this works. This is why I can't just take a night off of the show. I can't just call. Do you ever have moments where you take a look out in the audience? Or maybe you don't. And you see somebody famous and it throws you off, you know, I'm lucky that I can't really see out in the audience what we're doing really making faces at great, but like, but we tend to know when people when famous people will come before like beyond say, came. So they told you, you know, by the way before you go out patio beyond say's in the third row. Okay, have a good show. So. So what do you start thinking? I mean, how is it a different performance? Because beyond says there, is there a difference? Probably not to the audience, but inside my own head. Absolutely. Okay. So on your head in the audience, how how do you do approach that? First moment you walk out on stage is at different. It's just it's so exciting. I'm one of those people. There's two kinds of people actress who liked to know when people are in the audience or actress who don't. Because a lot of people just don't. They don't want to be thinking about the whole show. I tend to be like, okay, Beyonce as here. And I'm gonna get rockstar right now, and I'm gonna perform for her and it's gonna be amazing. Isn't there. I'm not gonna pay as much. Well, that's the thing. It's like in my own head. I'm like a rockstar, but it's exactly the same thing that I. Show. Just turning us on. Patty Mirren is here of course she is in frozen. She plays Princess on. And you say you grew up just north of New York City up near poughkeepsie, right? Yeah, Hopewell junction New York. They're listening to us on kiss FM there right now. Yes, my mom's up there. So you were not eater gang? Oh, yeah, yes. In your dreams of living a life of that, obviously rooted at that point. Yeah. I mean, like I said, my parents love theater as well because we live so close, but he got to come to the city all the time. My first Broadway show is cats. I mean, like I'm that cliche of theater and I just fell in love with it. My whole family fell in love with it. I was the only one that took it to the next level and was like, I'm going to do it. The point I want to get to here is anyone and everyone listening including everyone in this room. You think about when you were younger and you're thinking about what life is going to be and you have that dream in, it's not too late. Even if you're in your forties, whatever you still have that dream of something there is you wanna do you gotta kinda swim in it? You gotta be a PA. Part of it, and obviously it totally engulfed. You're you're, you're being. Oh, absolutely. Yeah. And it's, you know, I went to college. I went to Syracuse from us, go theater and moved here after college, and you know it's, it's one of those things where people are like, oh, where did she come from? And you're like, well, I've been here for like sixteen years is toiling away. Just chipping away. Something like a frozen on Broadway to to, you know, really sort of be like, oh, this like up and coming in. You're like, coming, where have I been. Always wondered what it's like, and I'm, I'm assuming it doesn't happen every show it may be does, but you tell me, what is it like when the show is over and you look out and you can see everyone is standing up, you're getting a standing ovation. It's pretty amazing. Not all shows bring standing ovations. Nope, not all some do. Do you do you know in the middle of the show this is going to be a standing ovation show? No. Sometimes it's actually opposite where we're like, oh, they're really quiet today and like maybe you know, 'cause it just all audiences are different. You know whether they're very vocal or wanna really like participate, or it depends also like the night or matinee show. And sometimes at the end, we're like, oh, oh, wow, all they've really. They liked us, you know, because they were just a little bit more subdued during the show. And so then when they do stand up like, oh, okay, they did like is that what is that sort of do this for the the, the standing ovation? Is it real? Is that really fantastic moment. It is a fantastic moment. It really is. It's yeah, but I don't think I don't think it's what we do at four, but we have been very spoiled in the fact that we have gotten a semi ovation for. I mean, I'm probably every performance you're getting them every. It was a standing ovation night, credible stand. I think you know what happened. I think she had. I think she had to sneak out during those because obviously. Yeah. I feel like I would pass out if I saw beyond say standing and clapping for me. Well, literally, I'm like, I have performed for Beyonce's. Out in Riley. Yeah, it's Queanbeyan. She's royalty. I just can't imagine like I wanna make lasagna for Alex. All yet. He stands up. That is that is something that dad instilled in me very, very early on. He was like, not everyone has a job where people stand up and clap for them at the. What it's like if someone's on their cell phone texting. Come out and say, hey. The entertainers nightmare seriously, kind of it's the thing is we're like, we can see you. Theater is dark in your phone is bright. We, we tend to really try not to like like let it faze us. We have a great house staff at the Johnson jam sin at the Saint James cedar, and they're really on top of people, you know, trying to record things or like being on their phones or just so that they, they really take the brunt of of that away from us, which is really good. Talk about a brain cells. Okay. Look, you know, we do this every day and it's the middle of the night for us anyway, and they'll go, okay, you're on. And I'll sit here and go wait a minute. What was I going to say? When you're on stage, you never full production going on in an orchestra. Getting that note where you've gotta sing something. Have you ever had a moment? You're like. Oh my Lord. I totally don't know what to do here. Yes, actually it happened. What happened? It happens because after you do show for a long period of time, I guess the what I've been told is that your short term memory transfers to your long term memory. So there's a weird glitch that happens in there. So like there's like there's already been one week period of time, probably sometime over the summer that I was like, what's happening right now did I do? I always say that line is that always the word that I use, but so you kind of start to second guess yourself. But honestly, it's like if you just let your body do, it knows it's supposed to do and you don't think about it. That's that's when it comes out in times like that focus a little bit? Yes, yes, sitting everyone's got fall off in the chair. Yeah, I forget. The brain was frozen, basically frozen. It's like a mix of focusing and also knowing when not to think too hard about it because you're gonna freak yourself out about like physically. Does anyone ever trip fall like a gaffe? Oh, yeah. I mean, I've fallen. Yes, we do. A number called love is an open door with John. Riddell who plays Hans and it's very physical. It took us quite a bit of time the beginning to really figure it out because I'm wearing like twelve pound ballgown so shoot get stuck in the skirt. There was one in the first week in previews that I ended up on the floor and like buttons. The numbers on the floor was like used button the number and move on. Fun. I think I think damore mistakes we make on this show the more people like life things spitting on each other because you're so yeah. Yes. Yeah, I'll tell you. I saw back in the day spring awakening this with Liam shell. I was front row for some reason by the way front row. It's the worst place to me. You need to be four throwing behind, but that's my best friend was the guy Johnson Groff. He's over. Putting and I felt spit on the first the first we have to get. Yeah, real comfortable with each other. Like like again, John Ritalin, I were just like, well, near body fluids. My life loot, I got a thick on is going to get sick. Yeah, we're, we're pretty good about, you know, like if we're sick to be contagious, do not come into the building everyone's. Yeah, it's pretty much hammered into our heads. I was like, 'cause you know, you don't want to be there and nobody wants you there. Right. Let's go behind the scenes with Patti Miron. We know that she is a dog lover. Today's my little max is birthday today. I can't wait to get you people. I gotta go home dog priorities. So you're involved with really incredible organization called muddy paws. Mattie, pas, rescue does muddy. Paul's rescue all about Motti PAZ is headed up by a woman named Rachel's earing. She was working with another rescue and finally decided about two years ago to branch off and start her own and they have done, oh my gosh, such incredible things. I think I, I don't remember exactly how many dogs they rescued in their first year, but it was like triple the what they're they're, their goal was and they're, they're not a shelter based their foster based rescue. So they don't have an actual location. So they rely completely on the generosity of Foster's to take these dogs. These puppies in between events and they'll have vents on the weekend for adoptions, and they've, they've done. They've been on the today show. They've been on good Morning America. Cool. Zack. Quinto he adopted a muddy pas dog, it's they've just they're all over the place and they're really phenomenal. Say hats off to anyone who can foster an animal because I wouldn't be able to give it back. That's, you know, it's a common misconception because I fostered puppies and you're like, please take this puppy away. I want to knuckle the puppy. I do not want to raise the public eating by living. Did you did they ask you if he would sing along with me? Yes. Not yet. Everything. Show remember. This is basically the middle of the night for me too. So like, you know, oh my goodness. Look, you know, I'm not gonna apologize ahead of time. We're just going to let it happen. You're gonna wind up your voice. Do you have a warm-up sound you make a love, warm ups. You really do that test in the morning to be like, okay, yeah, she'll be there. We'll be performing here a lot and we walked by the green room and you hear. Everyone's got their own weird version. It's all weird, but it's like it's gotta do Turkey in there. Are you to all right. My Danny and your Saturday and finally gonna land, Larry. So this. Soma love had me oblast some love. And so fast way to. Fair. Let me tell you I can do the weather forecast like you've never. We all have our specialties. Some, oh, Lovin had me blast. Some eleven happened so fast. A Medica crazy for me. Cute is can mean I want. County more. Does he have a car. She got a Krant. Got my suit damp. Early. Saana son. Jobe. Straight. The k. We made up. Guys are screwed this up. Drag. This is not good. Messed mr. You're going to bring it down ready sandy. Family hold. While she got friendly, this is not working. He just turned eighteen. She was going into. Yes. Spend more to get me. Okay. It turned cold, that's where it is. So I told her. I'm gay. True. Wonder what. Her brothers do. See. Oh. Listening. Note if Patty know what stood up. Three broken down. Can't imagine what it's like to walk out on stage. The lights come up, the colorful costumes. The orchestra is just so loud and perfect, and it you and you're on, that must just be what a gratifying thing. It's pretty dreaming. Yeah, it's the beginning and the end because in the middle, it's like, you know, you're just working your butt often very physical show for me vocally and just like you dancing and all the stunts and the running in the custom changes. So really the the the curtain call is is it's pretty special to just be like, all right. And you know, Casey and I get to take it together, which is really fantastic. And we're like, we just did that. It's it's, it's an accomplishment. Every single time we do the show because on you make on a your own, like in the movie, Ana is not this hysterically funny character, but she's so funny and she so endearing. And that's you bring that to live Hank, you know, pressure. A pressure for this one without a doubt. The arts are so important to New York City on and off off Broadway. But in any city that has a play or musical that people on your street are putting on for you go support. Yes. It's so important going Thursday. We have date night thirty. For your birthday. Thing it says playing the part of Princess on is not Patty. Are you on Thursday? Yes, yes, yes, yes. Coming from John's pizzas. We'll be amazing. Irving garlic crate. Congratulations. Thank you so much. Being able to say, you've sung with me. Check bucket list. Oh, it was awful. I'm sorry. My politics. As you know, have you been to Elsie our show that we win them. This is great, especially for a performance here in the New York area. We opened up a stage and say, hey, if you're in a musical or whatever comes saying, but saying a song you wanna sing, maybe one from your production at one that you would want to say too great show. If you wanna be LC fest, New York City's first music festival featuring songs in stars of stage and screen October seventh central park summer stage. This is my fourth year hosting be caller, one hundred. I'll give you tickets if you're not in New York, you gotta. You gotta get here. I'm not for your. One eight hundred four two zero one hundred. So Patty, thank you, frozen. The musical dot com is where you go to get your tickets in there. You have it right. Yes. Thank you so much. Thank you for having me. Thanks for being head. Didn't impact. That I love you guys. I do for bell. L. part of my life. Elvis to rain in the morning show getting earliest tough, but sometimes falling asleep at a decent time is actually tougher. If struggle the false weep. Try what I use the news equal peers. Ease melatonin Gumy's. It's the drug free way to fall asleep naturally without feeling groggy in the morning. Melva strain in the morning. Do you always wash your hands after using the bathroom? Michael? You see. Here's my thing. Get up in the morning. I take a shower. I'm clean right. So when I go to the bathroom, I wash my hands before I go because I know my my, you're winning froggy good my head rubbing your genitals over a door handle if you. Okay. Thanks for the visual. My genitals to peace. I'm okay. Okay. So this is but hear me out if you had if you had the sausage k. you could say the word and whatever, and you wanted to go use the math what you want your hands to be cleaned before you went to the bathroom. Yeah, but a hoping you clean them after row do. Okay. I make sure 'cause I don't wanna shake hand knowing that maybe a trip here. Hundred trip, so I don't know. But so a friend of mine question me the other day. We won't be both went to the bathroom at the same time. He said, you're washing your hands before you're going to the bathroom and said, yeah, because we had to have a conversation front of strangers about the sausages and things like that. But I don't know. I think I'd like to be clean going in. I love you. Good for you. It, you know, look it up for me because we have tissue paper, right? Usually take care of business with, but I still wash always when I leave, and then I'll take a paper towel to open the door because it really gives me out to touch. Full your sleeve. Don't do that to my close my friend, Karen, who lives in Texas. She has been going on three years with an imaginary boyfriend? Yes. Have you ever heard of anyone who has an imaginary significant other. I mean, they know it's tongue in cheek and whatever, I think. But I think that they're after while she is actually become reliant on this. This guy like knowledge is it's an imaginary person or she's just dating someone online, who doesn't exist, will it all started when there was a guy at work who was hitting on her. So she came up with an imaginary boyfriend. She said, you know what I would Todd, you know? But the thing is this guy was hitting on her even after she said, she's with Todd. Then she told Todd, she's getting engaged. The one they told her that she and Todd were getting engaged, then the guy one day. So what was your engagement ring? So she's she started wearing engagement ring to work. So Todd reliever, what the guy at work reliever alone because she's engaged to Todd, right? Are you following then? They got so deep of a lie. She had to live it now. She was like working projects with this guy, and he thinks that she's engaged to tide. And so he leaving alone still Todd sending is Todd sending flowers and stuff. I don't know how deep it's God, but I know. In her. I bet it has that deep will now she still isn't dating anyone for real and she'll jokingly said she'll say to me, well, you last night Todd stay to watch the movie and there is there is no time. I love her. You love her what it starts getting like that. That's a little there. I feel like there are lots of solutions to this. She could either just tell the guy straight up. I'm not interested in. You break up with trae up with Todd and get a real boyfriend. It's not working Todd, right. Real, I still don't like you what? If Todd doesn't want to break Todd, my put up a fight taught has mommy issues. You know, I know somebody I'm not gonna say hookah sell kill me, who was met someone. This is different though. They met somebody on the internet. They never really met them in person, but they had a relationship with them for over a year on common, right? The person kept sending pictures of themselves, but we're not exactly sure if that's really what the person looked like. No FaceTime. Nope, sent gifts, all kinds of stuff. And they said he was my boyfriend and they never met. Okay. Who's to say what a boyfriend is or is not? I mean, do you have to physically see them. Yeah, you want to see the face at some point. Right. And you want physical contact? I would, yes. But some people are just not into that lake. Tim Gunn said, he's a sexual. He's not interested in anything. So maybe you could do something like that. I don't know. Maybe we'll bring these things up earlier tomorrow, imaginary boyfriends and being in a serious relationship with someone you've never met. You know what? It's all possible. Lady look the, he'll do. I need the froggy join anybody pick up the phone. Gandhi, please bring in someone else. The new tick is what. Starting your. Only store and in the morning show. All right. It's talking about Tate's Tate at Tate's Bake Shop. Now we talk about Tate's cookies all the time. They have a whole store out in Southampton, Long Island, filled with all sorts of desserts. Tate's Bake Shop has brownies all sorts of cookies pies, cakes coffee cakes, which are fabulous. All sorts of bars and things go to the website. You can order like a basket filled with things. That's why I'm talking about this. Daniel, you totally read my mind. Tate's Bake Shop dot com. And if you go there order gift, a cookies or other desserts to make someone feel good or even yourself. If you enter the promo code Elvis, you get twenty percent off your next order, navy, Todd consent, be something. I just received some brownies from my boyfriend, Todd, thanks. So Tate's Bake Shop. You can actually visit the store without leaving the comfort of your living room. Go to Tate's Bake Shop dot com. When you order up and enter the promo code, Elvis, you get twenty percent off your next order. Tate's Bake Shop uniquely crispy deeply. Delicious. Elvis, Randy Elvis, Durant, phone, tap, high Brody, what's it all about this listener. Connor wanted a phone, tap his mom. He's been having a problem with the middle school crossing guard ever since he went to the middle school. Many years ago, Chrissy graffitied on wall and got suspended. His mom said, were from the guard, don't drive by the school. So he's going to call his mom. He accidentally job by the school and I play the screen. You play the whole security guard. Tell the name of this phone, the whole, Jerry, some, assuming that you are the security guard, closing Erie hearing. What are you doing. Normal, regular business of the. Without Smith that stupid crossing guards. He's here again. I thought he wasn't there and he goes some other way. Can you? Can you turn around? Can you lately. No, he stopped everybody. He's not everybody. And here again, he stuff to Nobis and he's, you know, he's easy sitting right in front of men. He just staring at me now. Hey, can you let me go, please not fine. Fine. Hello, Connor. How are you? Why do you do this every single day? Nice day. We're having. Today. Now you're gonna. Let me go. No nice. This Kim. Nice car nights. Hold on. Hold on kids crossing here. Save Gascon attorney tell you, you'll be fine. Against you. I told you that this would come and bite you in what wanted you protests that Leo better than that? Everybody's gonna hallway these days. It's time we slow down. I think he is. You're gonna stand it, what a dumb look on your face. Marry somebody that you have to get into stop while you're going to sit there all you want. I'm moving on to put my chair right here in the road. How do you like that Michaelangelo now, what are you going to do all the time in the world paint the picture. Thank you. They has that garage for your dog to your mommy. We're the vote. Will your mommy. Money and come on. They're gonna tell you mom if she raised you, right? You wouldn't be in this mess. Now. Hey, hey, man. My. Mama's dog to me. You run by mommy up. Hello? Hello? Hello. Thank you. I think on the school crossing guard for fifteen years now, thank you very much. The security by conflict, my blue outfit and my orange vest that's Aren vets orange to you on a school closing nut. In front of my sons Kawhi see where your son gets it from now. Okay. It's all becoming very clear to me from. Excuse me. You have the same attitude. You son has the whole entitlement thing. Why don't you get back on the phone with you stupid kid and let them go learn how to paint. Stupid. You got to stop now you. Talk to me this way. Okay. All right. You know what you are. The mother of the child who graffiti the outside wall by the softball field. That was your son graffiti up to all wall k. Okay. Not conceding the whole ball by the way McKay miss the. I know all we took the heat. We'll take the fine and we made up you jerk. Okay. All right. Been awhile white. You still holding onto this just let drive. I gotta say, I'm very glad that Connor is an only child because I wouldn't want to have another one of your kids in the school Hughes. Is that what it is? Is that while your son is no. No, it's up to me this way. Listen, the something you you probably should think about for the rest of the week while I go back to my chair, I don't have to think about any. Do you know your son's not he actually called a radio station. Canada's Dave Ramsey in the morning show and phone, tapping you. Kids. Idea for a phone, tap, Nellie strain dot com. Click on the phone, tap, tap, tell us what you want to do. Tablets, crew recorded with permission granted by all participants Durant phone tab on Elvis, Duran in the morning show. Hi, Elvis, Duran. Did you hear about what? Twenty three and me and I heart radio did our. I heart radio music festival. We had your favorite music artists coming together, creating a special piece video Ciller breeding, peace one day. Go watch it. It's a powerful video. Now I heart radio dot com slash piece. We had an store. You didn't get today actually found this yesterday, and I was like Costa so cool. So making Markle is in this new documentary, and she talks about what her something blue was for her wedding. Every eight was a piece of fabric from the dress they wore on their first date attached it inside her wedding gown. And she used that as her something blue so she hit it in. I thought that was so cool. Was cool for you go. It's one of the many stories at Daniels made up today. Did you see that her sisters like flying out to London, to cause more trouble between her in the Royal family over Diculeng this what they're saying? Yes. On the way her sister is a little a little. What it is. It's just has to be jealousy to Greg doing something. If it works out on our show, you're going to want to do at your office or at your school, whatever he gave us each a chance to reach into a bucket and pull out a piece of paper with a name from one of the members of our show. We ate pull each other's names. We don't know who they are. Right, and don't tell anybody what the assignment with the name I got. I think it'll be really nice forever for all of us read something nice to each other instead of new joker putting each other down or so the name I got, let's say I got Gandhi, and I did not. By the way I would have to write like one or two lines about what I really love about Gandhi. Yeah. Like really reached down deep kind of like your is visiting her about what you really would like to actually say frog, did you get a name? No, I didn't get any yet. Well, actually he did Nate picked it for him. Let's not fair. Nate knows the name. Get. To tell you, but I will say this. One or two sentences. I mean what? He was prepared statement here. What's going on. I'm going to say don't say, okay, let's just say you got Ellis. Don't be like Elvis, I really liked the shirts that you wear like that's not, you know, you could take if you picked great t Princeton to write one or two lines about what you really love and appreciate about great. We'll read it tomorrow. If it worked for us, everyone should do it because you telling people you love him. Let's talk about how much we love AT and t.. Segue into a marketing partnership. I love this. The reason why I wanted to bring this information to you is because this is changing unlimited plans on phones. No one else is doing. It unlimited means for us like unlimited texts, limited phone calls, unlimited. You know, we know everyone does that. That's all so AT and t. offering unlimited data text and calls and entertainment AT and t. it's called AT and t. unlimited and more premium plan. You get unlimited text and calls and all that. 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Mini-Episode: Framed for Murder (Featuring Nyaling Marena)

Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?

2:52:53 hr | 4 months ago

Mini-Episode: Framed for Murder (Featuring Nyaling Marena)

"Hey, guys welcome to mother maze of Hi guys today we are doing an episode a framed for murder with a new friend that I met on Instagram Nailing Marina. How are you are all? I'm very well. Thank you for having me here. I'm excited. Of course. This is like the way I've sort of booking the show right now. You and me on instagram. There's a fifty fifty chance you're going to get asked to come on. That's exciting. But I'm so excited to have you here. You picked an amazing movie framed for murder. So. This movie is fantastic. It starring Lisa Donovan for those of you don't know her. It's amber from clueless. Yes, we we love. Amber from crewless. I mean clues as a great movie in general, but I feel like a lot of the people in the cast like did not get the shine that they needed including missile Lisa Donovan after the fact. I felt like she was sort of like a one hit. Wonder she did Sabrina as we were talking about before this but. She always needed a nice role for me. Post clueless. I'm kind devastated. It wound up being on lifetime, but Great Job in this movie. To she was really a shining star amongst amongst. Some. Other people in this movie so I thought she didn't really good job. And also Susan. Walters who played Claire. She has a huge ask career. She's done so much to off I mean for me Elvis in me when she played Priscilla Presley, it was like immediately. That jumped out. Yeah. On Seinfeld's? Yes! I am like problematic because I. Never I've not watched dotes I. Don't know anything about it, but they do that. Will. Be Cool loves it so much and I'm not I I guess I missed. I missed it I missed the thing, but I signing from Empire Diaries. She was on Vampire Diaries Teen Wolf on their. She's conic. I just really loved her performance. She is Kinda my conic. Yes, she did great I. Mean I will say there was really only one low point from an actor or actress, and I don't mean to bring you into my bullshit because I know you are a working actress, but there was one low point for me in this. One Character Ryan was like Oh that was a weird trail. Can you guess who? I actually have a couple, but I want to. Let's see okay. Charlie to me was like. Really off. I was curious. I think Charlie's the next Taryn manning I think. That you. Because I love and actress. Actress. That's pretty Belykh like very rough around the edges and was. Building a play a run, I just sort of cared. For me, the oddest character in this movie is Karen, the former are. Half a page of. Curing, she saying she, but she's like a Lifetime Queen I'm pretty sure 'cause I just looked at hurt her filmography in it had like. I wrote a couple down. It's it's Zombie at seventeen. We got guilty at seventeen. Yeah! Mom Yeah all lifetime. He names and she's Canadian so I was like her sure. She's like Canadian local higher. She's like in with whoever is casting all these movies 'cause she's in. A ball. Yes, especially more recent years I will say though that like I couldn't tell if the character was on cocaine, or if the actress herself, but there was a lot of like weird, reaching for her purse and sort of nervous behavior that I was like having a difficult time clocking. But? Equals, crackhead question mark in my? Right Her. What's happening here? And she does allude to light. Being like I was on drugs when all. Dang and I was like Jesus Karen like what the fuck is going on over there. But yes, so okay. This movie is obviously if in this podcast one of my greatest fears, I am terrified of going to prison for a crime. I did not commit. About a lot, I've I've I. Try not to manifest it, but I've long been convinced it would happen to me i. just feel like I'm not Kinda dumb bitch. That was enough to like. Implicate myself watching this movie as someone who is a painstakingly honest with people was very difficult. Because I could see that our lead character June Aka Junie. She was the one who put herself in a lot of the bad position. She was in by just trusting the wrong people. This is true. This is very true. I can't deny that. So the way this movie. The way this movie lays out is it's a pretty clean like suspense? Slash Thriller Type, movie. I think this is such a breezy watch. To Watch. Sunburn and like a Colada and just like chilling out at the House Acura Day at the beach. So, let's just get into it where we open up. We're getting a four fifteen s is being called an over the radio. And I love how like that could mean anything and I'm like Oh a forfeit. Like Like what does that mean, but so accurate? Were the COP car? We're GONNA I'M GONNA play this clip. We're GONNA straight to a hospital room where a Lisa Ak Junie is explaining how she wound up there to a detective. We're GONNA cut back and forth between her exploring what happened and the hospital or explaining what happened in the hospital room. So! It's GONNA be sixteen seconds to four thirty to. For twelve hundred nineteen days Allen reform when you try to protect free immediately. Combat. Where's my baby? where? Your baby is fine. The doctors checked them out and he's fine. Seam soon. Miss Bolan, please? Tell me again. Start from the beginning. What happened before the motorist found you and your baby in the room? When I got home. He was on the phone. With a woman! I didn't talk for. But but I. I knew that was a woman. She's not back yet. I can't leave the kid alone here. I will get there when I get there. Help Been. We're supposed to be back in our ago. That was her. Wasn't it was a client? You're a liar, okay? Was My mistress. It was my bookie. It was my male lover. It was the FBI was the reader's digest book. Club take your pick. Fact of the matter is Julian. You're jealous paranoid. Nag and trying to live with a bipolar woman enough to any. I promised myself that I would give you one more chance for the sake of Sammy to be a husband and a father to be unmanned. Tony. To get Sammy. Sosa. My son space here. Your Wire Tony you should know that battered wives generally get custody of their children nobody's. Consume, crazy. All those pills they give you. Mess with your head. You say he hit you a lot. I never told anyone. But lately it's. It's been getting worse. You've been examined. All we found. Was that bruise on your arm. Could have been caused by anything. He's too smart. Real evidence. I don't happen. By, Sun stays with me. Yeah. No. No, no, it's not a good time. Judy's acting increase. Can I. I'm sure it was her calling back because he went into Sammy's room, so I couldn't hear. But I followed him. Naive, I didn't care what he was saying. It just one baby. When he turned and saw me he blocked my way. He stood in the doorway and he. gave me that look. And you always gave me before. He hurt me. Okay So It's quite the setup we have here. clearly, this is not the first time she's spoken to this detective. Tony her absolute. Dud husband like the Casting Department of grave when they were like yeah, everyone's GonNa. Ruin their life of this guy. Seriously thank you was thinking the same thing. He is short. He has a receding hairline. He is not unattractive, but like you know you probably wouldn't swipe right on him I stirling. You're not going to risk it all for this. This man I would say. And, like also like not to be crazy, but like bipolar is not that bad lay kids. They're making it sound like she has some. Condition that is completely unmanageable and I, realized the conversation around mental health was a little bit different in two thousand six, but like he's like. Oh, you take all those pills and I'm like usually. That's what helps way. To so I'm treating myself like I. don't see a problem also. You're like a villain. He was so extra in. I have actually two lines that really. They really got me because he said. He's on the phone. He's like I can't just leave my baby alone in the person on the phone. We don't know who it is yet. They go. Oh, yeah, quiz, your father of the year or something like that and I was like Emmy. Baby? I mean could. Your father of the year because you don't want to leave your baby alone. I. Mean you know it's true, but like I, agree I agree, but I also don't think he's a dad who's around a lot anyway her. So now you care about the baby like I if I was his mistress I'd be like really. The baby like that's what we care about now. They, okay. The best part of this is that this movie was lifetime says on the APP. This is a two thousand six movie. IMDB says it's two thousand seven, so that's always fun when no one on the same page about one this. But. You know it's all very vintage law and order like detective. Out of vintage order the hospital looks like it's from another time like I would is there's someone smoking a cigarette in the hallway? The apartment or House that they're living in I'm pretty sure that's like more of like an upscale apartment than it is. A house is perfect, just TV housing like they had this Magenta living room or Yup Magenta living room, and they have that bad are like that abstract art on the if you told like a middle schooler to draw like an abstract sunset. The Art would look like in the house. Have statues likely around as well also. That's. Murder Weapon. Thing of like yesteryear like. A little statue in House I feel like maybe those exists less prominently simply because of all the murder that could lead to. Yeah and everyone in this movie dresses like they're nine. Oh, two one. Oh! So after she says that about like the look, he always gave her before he her. She says that this time she couldn't let him. He wasn't going to hurt her again and he's like well. Why didn't you get out of there? And she says he would never like I would never leave my son alone with that madman she had to do something, so she hit him with a statue on the shoulder, and she didn't think it was that hard, and then the detective like well okay I guess her husband turned. He's like Oh. You're not that smart. And so she whacked him again, but this time it was like in the front of his face. So at that point, we're GONNA. Find out that the detective actually says that he was like beat in the head several times with the in the back of his head with the with the statue, so he thinks she's lying, but then as soon as she starts to be like we'll no wait. He then dials it back and he's like okay. Let's hear her story again, so you know. He asked her if her husband was alive. The last time she saw, and she realizes essentially that all of this is adding up to the fact. Her husband is dead and she is shocked by this. Yet still. She winds up in prison m basically she's ready to. Plead to a twelve year deal She's not going to try and go through the trial. Because if they convict her, she could get twenty five to life, or you know like a much more serious charge I always say that's just the way to go. Just plea guilty like yeah. She's very shortly. Yes, and very smart, like her son will be grown by the time she's. She cares about her son. Yeah and you can't get anything like defense. She has no defense. Really because the defense is just like. Yes, I did hit him with the statue, but I wasn't the one. Who hit him in the back of the head with a statue? Like it's not believable, so I thought that was a really smart. Yeah. You gotta you gotTa. Do what you gotta do so then we. He like the person. She's talking to about sort of giving into the sentence. Is someone named Clair and if I were like? You know who is this? Clare's like? Don't worry I'm GonNa take good care of your son and I wrote my notes like no offense, but who cares clare like I didn't know who was to her, and like I would find no comfort and that if I was in jail along no worry I'll take care of your son. I'd be like. Please like absolutely never love him the way that I e so long to know who she was to her like. I think, too. I truly was like who are you? Why are you always putting your? A half an hour into this movie before I understood who she was to this character, because they don't. They are sisters alert, but they do not look a rated at all in any way. No and they don't seem to have any type of report. That is like familial, could me? It seemed like they were friends or like. They knew each other, but it wasn't like. Intimate like it wasn't like a close relationship from what I. Could see, but obviously it wasn't in general. It's like when things get tough and then someone. You never expected. Start showing up for you you. Yourself, some questions leg further. A never let friend or is there. A deeper interest here, so we see that it's eight years later now in. She walks out of prison, looking incredible. Hurt hairs pop in. The red was top of. She had like kool-aid di. I've seen that online where they dislike their here with cooling can give me so read. Out of that, no, it was clairol box died. Are you. Are you a tiktok person? No, that's. That's so funny because that's why. I message you on instagram about that Tiktok. Because I actually went to google like tried to google the TIKTOK. Manages. Whole trick. I'm GonNa what? Century. I'm from, but yes. No I'm not I'm not good on Tiktok. What I've seen a lot of talks on instagram in my friends. Send them to me there, so I can't like it. I mean I wouldn't recommend downloading the APP if you. Look! At the beginning of quarantine because I just was like. I need more like I need. I need a hit us something because at the beginning of this I was so. Just I was paralyzed like I'd wake up every day. But I couldn't go further them that like I couldn't tell you what I did from. Dawn to dusk. If you ask me how I spent my day I wouldn't be able to tell you, but the the hours were passing by and I. Think I spent a lot of it on take talk, but. There's a whole prison tiktok situation other. Yes so like not only. Are there people in prison who have cell phones? which by the way if you don't know that that happens, grow the fuck up. Of course they have cell phones in prison. Like come on, it's called your corrections officer and you have a deal, but. There's also like people like one thing. I, saw was like a young girl, who, whether she knew it or not was making a jail spread, and like she was like. Here's my favorite way to cook Rahman and she was. Like you making a Benchley something that you would only knew if you've done if you've lived in present and like everyone in the. Like ll, my dad taught me how to make that. Had No idea that she was making Rahman the prison way I really enjoy prison Tiktok, especially, just like I watch a lot of former prisoners on youtube. Give me tell me about life on the inside like I just WanNa. Know So. She, was a prison again, looking chic, amazing his faulk. She's obviously very overwhelmed en-. She is there to pick her up and explains that Sammy is having fun with Billy I we don't know who billy is his family. To see his mom when he comes home right now, they're in San. Francisco You know on some sort of school trip and she tells June to just relax everything's GonNa be fine, so they go on this Dr. apparently, she was let out a week early in this was sort of a surprise, but she didn't tell Claire because she didn't want you too Mrs trip to San Francisco at the very beginning were setting up that she's a great mom and let everything that she's done is for her son Yeah. Yeah So. I doubt because they managed to do this in a way that we didn't have to have a lot of screen time with a child actor. Oh my gosh. Yes, hats rough! We just did the Jon Benet movie last week, and it was the one where they have her doing voice overs. Being like someone killed me, but I don't know who. Will Not just because like you know it's creepy, but because like who wants to see a child actor like that. Yeah so anyway they go to the diner type place to get her first meal and kind of unser. RAMONA's considering like I've seen teen mom and I saw how much her first meal out to amber. She's been dreaming of this Hamburger Clare has gotten her a phone and some other things you'll need to assimilate your new life, and then an alarm goes off and we find out how June's. We get a little bipolar update which is. So let's play a thirty eight to thirteen fifty. This is a great Clare. Thank you. Thought of everything. I have been fantasizing about this burger. WAS THAT! As a pro in working. I finding the right dosage. Gorgeous at work. Often for even a day I can tell the difference. Bipolar alive. Soda Job I was telling me about. Your friends company. Back well, he's out of the country right now so I can't start for a couple of weeks, and it's part time. That's okay. Thank you, Clara. There's something that I really need to do before I. Get settled anyway. Sounds important. I am spent hours. Going through my case file and in the beginning I was just so depressed and. On myself that I believe that maybe I really did kill Tony and I. Just couldn't remember. Frame for your life, anybody wh, but then somewhere along the line, the fog lifted, and every moment from that night became crystal clear. I only hit Tony twice. Two Times and then I I stepped over him. I grabbed Sammy and Iran. Twenty lunged for my ankle. Clear when I left Tony, he was alive. So, if what you're saying is true than someone else. The real murderer came in the front door was wide open. Chimney. Why would anybody do that? That's what I have to find out. I think if I were you. I would just put all this behind me. Start Brash. Have to prove my innocence a cat. Sammy live his life, believing that his mother murdered his father, but it's been eight years. You going to prove that you're innocent now I don't know. Exactly I'm going to figure out what happened that night and I'm going to find out who wanted Tony Dead. Going to start right away. Hurry. Bipolar for life, and I loved that little. Wonderful human moment that she had in the midst of all this like script. Okay I have to ask you. I am a person who lacks discretion in my day to day life. I feel for the most part have gotten better about it, as I've gotten older and seeing how many things used against me, but I am someone who is to a fault, overly open, and when I watch this I'm like Oh Junie Junie junie honey. You don't need to say any of that to her. You don't. Tell her. Your mental how you don't need to tell her what your all your pills, but that's about. You don't have to tell her your plans. That things you your private thoughts. You've had in prison I mean. She it all. How do you shut the fuck up though like if you had? If you. As one bring she didn't. Mention! Now! Suggest she's like every day in this movie. She's like I really need to like. Wake up for Schmidt to you. update Clare on every single detail. that. And and she was, she made a comment about the about the dosage, and like how hard it was to get right. At this moment which I just WanNa like? Note given some stuff that happens later. She's just the whole narrative around her mental illness. I find to be like the biggest crack in movie like it doesn't. Make any sense. While 'cause it's also a little bit, and like this is by no means advice or anything that I would suggest to anyone like when she says I can feel it the next day when I've gone off of it like that's also a little placebo effect in like we have to really look at the amount of time that this movie takes place over. It's really only three weeks or so yeah gets out of jail because I realized. Clare sets it up as saying like. Oh my friend! Who's going to hire you? He's out of the country for the next three weeks and by the time this. Did Not Watch that. A Yeah I had to think about it after the. Timeline yeah. But it's not very long at all and. In my notes after that scene, I said I'm putting in my early beds that this was Claire Claire. KILLED, him Do Not know who claire is to our. We have no idea our relationship is so than day. Drive up to a house that when you look at it, you're not like. Is that a mansion? You're like? Oh, that's a mansion. Geralina yeah. Like Philadelphia suburbs manned Gen and June is blown away when she sees at because she was not aware that. Clare was bawling like this. And she says you know all. My husband's done very well in June will maybe I should be an investment banker and I'm like. Oh, sweet June like that's not gonNA happen. Going to happen your of phone. Fingers, Allen Yeah. That's what happens. That's the bad. That's the downside of pleading guilty to a crime you didn't. You're airing that Falun title, but we see a June get introduced Meghan housekeeper, which is an iconic name for a housekeeper. Thought that too also. I was like. Is this a cameo. They were the the way they were like focusing on her cutting her. Was Su so strange to me. It seemed like they were like she's the key to to the whole thing. Totally like focusing on her and I was like I don't get it. She's the biggest like red herring in this movies. Yeah, we have to like. Go against like just following the linear storytelling because. For some reason, the camera cannot break away from this again. They lower in Megan. You're right like. That's not a real. This woman can't be named me. Just really don't think that it's possible. She cannot. She is probably like a woman in her sixties. She is a white lady who looks like she could be Clare's mom she. Also seems to be unsorted the same economic status as nicely I agree with that. She's rolling up in like sweaters. A turtleneck which by the way doesn't mean that you can't do your job with dignity when you're a houser. was a cleaning lady, but like she didn't wear her. Nice close to go clean out, says but also clear comes in, and she's like I'm sorry we were late. She apologizes to make it. I'm like WHOA WHO's in charge I. Don't Know Right I. Wonder were just. Authority figure in this household? I think it's because she made Lasagna I really think. That was I been waiting for you with this lasagna. It was too long so. I looked you get about a family like this, a Clare and her husband. Jason thing you have all this money in all of this land and you don't have one fucking Pat. That's true I didn't even think of that I. Get a cat get a golden retriever. It doesn't need to be the focus of the movie just like for one day like have a little nor running around in the background. Because you know they're bad people once ones used to have this land and no animal. Yeah, that's actually true because it's like we'll. Like, don't anything. But Jason does seem like a little bitch who like got bit by you when he was five and like hates dogs true true. So speaking of Jason. That is Claire's husband. in June is thinking about staying up late, so she can thank him for letting her stay in Clare's vary like. Oh, don't worry about it. Anything that June says especially in the beginning Claire has a reason why it. Her thought is invalid, so yeah, I'm going to get drinks and James. Like okay I might wait up to say. Thank you to Jason and Clare's like Oh. We'll Jason's Outta town so like. Anything that she thinks she's going to self. Start on her own. Clare as. I asked her what she thinks the room she's going to be staying in and it's great. I will say that. The bedroom reminded me of like. You know when you go on prices right and they're like you get a new. Berber. Expensive version of what they'd give away on the prices right like there is a beautiful chest at the end of the bed. That looks back worth something. I would say that. Four poster bed probably was in cheap, but like it's also not classic enough that you would have down, so it was like a weird use of money. I thought Yeah, anyway, so she you know looks at her. Her Room of course she wants to shower at this point I'm thinking like yeah I mean. That's definitely someone who cares about us, picking you up from prison, but like it wasn't like. Let's get a meal in you. Okay, let's get you shower. Okay, the because that would be my thing. I pick up a friend from prison. I'm like Kit Lemme like acclimate you to creature comforts all over again. So June says she wants to go. Take a shower in cleared a little turndown service for her, and when she knows that she is in the clear, she helps herself to June's medication. which again June put some boundaries up. You don't have to put that out on. The I would keep that in my purse. In the second, she has the chance Clare takes her medication. She replaces all the pills in the bottle with some other type of pill that happens to match it in fact, yeah, exact replica, looking bill, which I was confused about where. Like, did she just have? Every type of medication that was bipolar with that was to treat bipolar disorder in her purse because she just asked her at a diner. I mean I wondered if that was. where she I mean, what can you do? Can you call the present and be like? Hey, I'm coming to pick up a prisoner tomorrow. What meds are they on, but it was. A very particular capsule like you. I feel like they should have just gotten like a generic. White Pill and then it would have been a little less. Egypt was so weird to me because I was like you. How did you have that? Rep Pill Maroon and gold capital yet. Oh okay. Claire heads out for the evening in June you know goes to her room. She takes her medication. And then we cut declare talking to some guy named Nick. Who can't believe that June is going to try improve that. She wasn't there the night her husband was killed, so we set up right away. Clare keep some secrets from June and she's a part of it and she's I nick. WHO's younger? He's handsome. Guess. I type. He's like the blocked agreement that, but I do agree that he that is the intense he. Yeah, he's like. I have never been into blonde man I'm just very questioning up in general, so there's. But. That house sat there in as well as rich as fuck in Clare's. inning against his armchairs, sipping red wine, going through all of this, and he says we're fucked. Basically our whole land on the fact that people believe she killed her husband and Claire tells them that it's a big deal, but they can handle it. They just have to stay on top of her and make sure that g spins her wheels basically. I've swapped. Tomorrow should be interesting so now we see her son. Sammy is in San Francisco when he gives his Momma call at Clara's house from his cell phone I would say in two thousand six. It's insane for a child I will flip phone. Your old. I went to college that year, and so that's when I got my first phone, and even then like not everyone at school had them so he. Runs to go get the phone from Clare She's so excited to talk to her son in Sammy's very happy to talk to his mom to sort of pick up that day as if they've left off and like Dave had these sort of very present conversations the entire she was imprisoned. Which I love that good for you like keeping up that relationship so apparently they're going to. to La that day to go to Disney and then they're going to see the Queen Mary and he has a lot of information about the Mary and she. You know she's a love. You'll see you on your home. So then Jason comes down and it's his birthday. Jason looks like he would be a detective on like a D less law and order type show. Host so familiar to me, but I looked. I looked at his IMDB and I could not. Figure out why he just looked so I feel like he just has like that face, but. You're just like an angry old man. His name Time Perry King Okay. And us from Alliance Ohio never heard of it, but it sounds great. To be from another era. Or Played Congressman Clark Paley on big love. You And I wrote big love I loved that show I did watch it, but I don't specifically remember him on it, but maybe I just saw like. I recognize his face from that I really liked. It got sorted a little bit towards the and Spin City. If you guys are of an age where you watch, Spin City He was on that show, too. which by the way was like a huge show for something I don't think of often. Okay so it's his birthday that day in June. Thanks for letting her stay there and he really doesn't seem thrilled about this at all. This is something. His wife has definitely got him on board. With air, forgot to mention to June that that night. They're having a dinner party for his birthday, just fifteen guests or so. Nervous I mean come. You get out of prison after eight years in the next night. You're going to like a high class dinner party like wait. knepper failure. The whole time was just like the whole time. She like right when she got out of prison. She'd be like Oh I. Forgot to tell you this in. It's like well. Can you tell me with whites did why did you not tell me that that's a huge thing? going. Down Dinner. Conservative people in my husband the day after you get out of prison. I, I would say it's similar to like inviting someone to a music festival the day after their mom's funeral like it's. It's a lot to ask someone to go from that to that So she says her friend Charlie is actually on her way, and they're gonna go see Karen Smith. Does she remember Karen Smith? It's Tony, your ex. Husband's old secretary, and the music swells, and Clare gives June absolute death stare June elaborate. She says she always thought Karen knew more than she did. And she thinks that she'll be a great resource for her so again like shut the fuck up. June, but sweetheart like you don't even know it's not your fault. Clare wants to know like Charlie is in explains. It's my friend from prison and I wish that that was the story we got. I was thinking this whole time. What did Charlie in June like over? How did Charles wondering why Charlie Charlie was in jail? Oh Sam in nineteen. I also always question. 'cause like everyone present is innocent. Right so I yeah I August thought okay. You know you have to really when you're in there. You have to really pick and choose who you believe I think Julius like a sweet dummy so like you probably would believe that. She didn't really kill her husband, but like. Really carry all those friendships out into the real world, so they must have had a very special bond, yes. No! This was I still at this point didn't realize that this was her sister she when she was like who's Charlie? I was like what she was acting like. She would know every single person that June. New. Why do you know but then right after that is when I realized that she they were sisters. Were still in the dark about their make for sure. It seems almost like she could either be like an older cousin who? Don't keep up much or a friend who has something on her, which is yes in some ways? I mean I don't have as disturbed. I always assumed it would be something like this, so Jason is like right away. Nagging it and he is like. Oh, great, a friend from prisoner replanning crime sprees the alike. That's Jason's attitude is like yeah, you'll let it a prisoner. A former prisoner live with him, but he's not gonNA. Make it easy on her at any plane so Meghan. The made is overhearing this, but you try not to look too interested, but of course we get like this shot of her sort of dislike keeping over her shoulder, letting everyone know that she's listening. Clare says. You WanNa. Prove your innocence like you're actually very vulnerable right now. In a lot of ways she liked plays both sides show. Tell like you know her husband that Tony Abuse June and she's not some sort of cold, blooded murderer, but she's also afraid to let her advocate for herself. Overall Gist decide okay. We're not going to argue on Jason's birthday. So. Sort of like crappy car pulls up I think it's a pretty standard. Most Americans have had this car at some points. And Bang and she rings the Doorbell June answers and Charlie is there. She can't believe that this is the house that she's living in now. June introduces her to Jason Her brother in law and he doesn't even really muster a hello just a little nod, and so when she says my brother-in-law finally I'm like Oh. That's how they all know each other. Yeah, yeah, that was what I. was like what? They didn't want us to know did not. But, then from there Charlie drives her to Cairns, place and She tracked her down for June and tells you. That Karen apparently lost her job a week ago and I'm kind of loving that Charlie knows that. Early just see. That's why I sort of think like Charlie was in for some like white collar, shit or something or Jason and because she is Chart God, sorry charlies very smart. And she yeah used to just have a full awareness of everything. That's going on, so she pulls over. He's very ride or die for June. which I appreciate I feel like she was just like in the wrong place at the wrong time, and that's why. You know what I think. I have I'm a little bit blind to her acting. Because I appreciated the idea of Charlie so much, I was so. June had a friend like that. And I will say her defense. She didn't have much. She was just like getting information whole time. She didn't get a lot of chances to. Really showcase her acting so. I assume that. was like a strange moment where they like cut from the Pov of any of the main characters, and they go into a inside of Karen's. And Karen when I as a viewer who looks closely at these things times was like okay, either this character is on coke and we don't know about it or the actual actress. Not I'm not implicating anyone. That's just how it seemed because. It's just. She's very flustered and she's getting ready for something and then we're going to see June knock on her door. Let's play this clip. Twenty, one, forty, two, twenty, five eight. Great. Who the? Hi Karen. To remember me. Jim! What am I doing here, right? I can't see you now. Just a few minutes of your time. That's all I ask. No, you don't understand. I've got a job interview in less than an hour. please. Okay. Thank you. The House. Should have seen my place the last eight years. Karen I. Don't know what you think of me. I'm sure that it's not good. But that is not why I came here to see it. I came here to ask you. If you accept the possibility. That someone else killed Tony. Can you do that? Thank you. It's no secret that Tony was cheating. What I need to know is. How much and with whom? Longtime ago, it's important Karen. I never proved. He thought it was none of Your Business I I understand. The job. Did. You ever meet any of them. I just made the reservations and pay the credit card bills. You never mentioned any of us to the police why? Afraid of what's. Getting involved, but you were involved. I figure. That's why you kill them all the women. I thought if I told the police. That would make things worse for you. To get going. These women. Can you think of any one of them? That would have had a reason to kill me. Probably. Greg did he take them? Okay then. Why did he take you? Didn't take me anywhere, look. I told you haven't enter you. Please go. I just lost my job I. Don't want trump. There won't be any trouble if you just tell me the truth. Tony still married? Anna. Where did he take you? I promise. This will stay between us. Just please tell me what happened to. Today's show is brought to you by one of my favorite sponsors. The mobile puzzle game best fiends. You know how it goes. You're in the middle of working on something anyone. Reach your phone and take a little break, so you go on social media. 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Dated Procedure if I had to guess I mean maybe she just naturally has really voluptuous lips that don't move, but I will say that lake stairs very specific equality that's going on their interface, and she's a beautiful woman by the way like when I was just rewatching right now. I was like she's actually like stunning. Yeah, I think the lips are much and she had that Lake Very Pink Lipstick which I'm not even. Sure! If that is of the time, it seems like even way. It seemed dated even for this time, but maybe you can tell me. There's a lot of people same pink lipstick throughout this movie. That is so pink. I feel like I. Not In, College. We don't know like I just always like data. What my mom did like I was one of those barrels where I was like. Oh Yeah not like works on my mom, so I'll do it. Yes. She like okay, the thing with Karen is like. There's a lot of like knack grabbing. There's a lot of. For no reason I have to say I was thinking about it and feel it cairns a very specific person, and not like she would go into your bathroom at a party, and she would take not just your shampoo samples that you took from tells, but like specifically she would take the nice ones like from the four season as she would steals specifically small branded bottles of shampoo from your bathroom at a party league. Ever trust her she wouldn't. As been she would like. Fuck your brother in law like she's very like. A, so she's a sneaker like she's off ran Israeli. She was like looking around. In her own home like I, feel like she. The actress was like okay like you're talking about something. That's lake. Suspicious, so act, suspicious but late. In Your House. Why are you looking around? Is Someone? Is someone else in your house like it was so? It was just so bizarre. I couldn't even really focus on what was being said except for. towards the end because she was just doing so much. She was gig about the gram of coke inner purse like if you had if you signed. She. Like is it cool if I break out key right now like is this chicken? And can we speak about June's grace like literally? Karen thing they're being like. Oh. Yeah, I actually was sleeping with your husband June's like I know like. I've had that line out. She's. They went through all that like preamble than she. Did with your husband, she said I know what. McCarron's like Oh my places a mess June's like you should see where I was living for the last eight years. I was like yeah. That's right caring. You sit with that Karen like you know what you did hear. Houses huge as well I feel like every person in this movie has like a huge house. Yeah! I mean not. I shouldn't keep saying that she's a crackhead. She's weird. She says she's on something. For sure I mean, the character is, and you know we don't I mean we'll never know the depths of Karen, but I think that she is like. We're GONNA play a clip with like a little bit more in a moment. This is a rare moment where we're going to cut to a clip like thirty seconds after this, but I'm just gonNA. Explain here. We're GONNA see. Clare in Jason at their house in Nick has arrived. Nick is like a totally off the record boyfriend Jason has no competition with him as far as Jason's concern, this is the guy like. Is there a landscape architect and like? He likes to come by and sort of oversee the procedure with his. Employees that work for him. The people that you work and so they'll just nick with biologically related to Jason. They. Very similar it was like our on my screen right now, and they really do look like not father and son will, maybe if the mom was like a total unexpected person, but they definitely look like cousins or Uncle and nephew sort of thing, so that's the other thing about nick to is I'm looking at him facially at a different angle and he's very boyish in some ways. Owen Wilson Quality too. Yeah Yeah. So they're hiring neck. They're going to extend his work. Not only did he do the front yard, but now they're going to do the backyard to And then we cut back to Karen June having their conversation. June is really trying to process what Karen is telling her. Let's play twenty, five, Forty, seven to twenty, seven, twenty, nine. Okay, so. So that was it you? You went out with him a few times, and then it ended six months before he died. Temple. took. Stream drugs. Listened! and. During these nights, which you would you always go to the same placed for for for drinks or dinner? Are Ways. But we went to restaurants. Times. Recite Heights beaming. Tony was real friendly with the bartender. You come back to now. Place okay, but the bartender. What was his name? Craig I. Think it was Greg. Sat important. Because if I can find out who else Tony was sleeping with, then maybe I can find out who killed him. I jilted Lover A. Jealous Husband. It's a starting point. To who who? Who did he sleep with after you? I don't know. He could have kept that information from me. I really need to go. Five more minutes now I can't. I'm sorry really need this job. So. If I came by tomorrow morning at ten, we could go to Riverside Heights. Damn accuser in there, so Karen Tomorrow. Yes ten. Hot! I mean that's drugs. Yes. Yeah, like I mean the subtext May, maybe that says something about me, but I'm looking at that and thinking drugs like there's yeah, you should on the perse. There's a lot of breath. The way she was talking was so quiet and I have to say I. DO appreciate the nuance of like. You know not being a theater actress in being more used to being on camera, knowing that you can be quiet and demure and. Them playing against each other is really they're in different movies in this scene and legendary so suspicious of Karen So then June gets Home Declares House and she tells her that she knew all about Tony's affairs and tomorrow. They're gonNA. Go to Riverside Heights to get in touch with bartender and. She just needs to make a quick call than she. In June can talk about everything so then Clare Calls Nick and says that Karen is running her big mouth, and if they WANNA, share their fortune with her. They're going to have to get her to shut if they don't want to have to show their fault with her. They're going to have to get her to shut up. So these two are in it for the money. and. She wants him to take care of it, and he says that wasn't a part of the plan, but she says it is now and a lot of these things are gonNA. Come up, and you know. We never find out really of Claire and nick ever had a genuine connection. It seems to me from this moment on I was like Oh nick. You're so dumb Laya. You must know she's not gonNA end up with the gardener right like. And your and by the way if she does like, you will get shot on your first week of your Mexican vacation like you are. In the last as she just needs to find someone else so. All of the guests pulled up to this party. It's being held at like a sort of private clobber restaurant type thing Air What friends know about her, but she's like no, no, they're mostly new friends and people from Jason's work. which I thought was weird, because I was like well. Tell me about your old life Clare like what happened all. At Dinner. Clara gives a toast to her handsome husband. Jason thanks everyone for coming I'm then we cut back to Karen at her place that night getting ready for bed. She's sort of just like channel surfing in like zoning in her kitchen area like getting some water tea, whatever and then back to dinner where they're talking about. One of their friends ask him about his campaign for public office says. The big issue is pushing the three strikes. You're out. Law Any wants to plug out like he wants to. Basically plugged all the loopholes in the current law. Anyone who commits three felonies any three. They go to jail for twenty five to life and I'm one of the wives is like well. You know they should make the jails. A lot less like country, clubs and June speaks up because. Can speak to this experience and she is like actually. is not like a country club at all. And the woman shoots back. Something like yeah, well. When people do something wrong, they should be punished. I like. You Make that argument have never had a personal freedom taken from them. This whole. Scene made me so angry because I was like all. This is the beginning of them like gas lighting June enacting like she's insane, even though she literally is just like making an argument that makes sense like you said she speaks to this. She just came from jail, but also. It's the three strikes rule to say that you like plug every loophole in any person who commits three felonies should get life in prison I mean. Not, get. Heavy right now so problematic. And heavy. It's fine literally that just disproportionately affects black people. You put people in jail for like selling weed three times per life. Why else that costs so much don't have much money that cost to win in jail for life. Because they stole or like did a robbery, or did you whatever it is? It's just so crazy in the late evening. It's a country club to go to jail like Ma'am according to you just made that Jalen. Jail is so expensive and like you know also. June points out like okay, but like you have to really like look at what the felony is like any. Felonies don't equal life sentence because. Real the range of what a felony as it could be anything like given. Eight like you could. Break inexpensive lamp in some states, and that's a felony literally one hundred percent. Yeah, so Jason says numbers don't lie in habitual criminals don't belong with us and Maggie you know says if you have to felonies on the record, you've likely committed more and gotten away with them, so whatever the third one is! Do you deserve to rotten jail? And like June is sitting there an innocent woman who's never heard anyone in her life, except briefly, her abusive husband, and she raises her voice. That's absolutely ridiculous and Jason He really wants to change the subject 'cause. He's very uncomfortable by this. June says that she's really not feeling well, and she excuses herself so clear follows her. And then we cut back to Karen's plays, and she's making a cup of tea and watching some TV, just completely unaware that nick is now in the other room at her place. Yes, so we cut back to June in the bathroom, and she's trying to soothe herself, so she's trying to break into her medication, but she's having a hard time getting past the parental controls on the bottle. Like Clare comes in and she's like. Are you okay and she's like I you know I can't stand these people. They're so smug. Claire tells her that she knows, but she needs to be more careful around Jason. His friends engines like you're right. I'm so sorry I. You know I. Apologize I, think I should just go home and Claire Tries to get her to stay, but she's like no I'm taking a cab I'm leaving and I'm like good for you June like. Weird racist bullies he's. Haired people like. Tell you about your life like go home. Take care of yourself. This is your second night not in jail. In eight years lake later on, she just came from prison yesterday. I thought that her reaction was completely calm like. If you don't WanNa hear. I thought like bringing up that topic. And then she just had a different opinion based on experience. She didn't like pop off. Like I didn't understand why they were acting like that. She just was like I'm GonNa go home. 'cause like I can't be in this situation, which was totally responsible. You can tell June was like such a sweetie and jail lake. She was just. Diffuse everything like she's a diffuser, so. Cairns Channel. Surfing and nick comes up behind her with gloves in a rope, and he strangles her that we've seen this classic behind behind. The neck wrote move. So he movies just during the last like five movies so Jason, tells her. At home that June's behavior you tells Claire at home. Her jeans behavior was an embarrassment and he's never taking her anywhere again in classes. June wasn't ready and she'd tried to apologize. I think that June should be in bed for like the next month like eating good food watching TV like catching up. New Orleans last eight years. Yes you know. You just chill out like put on a nice bathrobe and shells, so he says you know. Do you really believe that June didn't kill Tony? Blair says that she believes that she thinks she did it. He's you know and he says he's kind of uncomfortable knowing that he's living in a halfway house for killers. Which? You. Laugh if that's got okay. I like any went there I was like that is what you would think you would think. You go to halfway house so. June. Here's the TV in the house. When she goes to her house the next day, Charlie drove her over there, and she's not answering her door and sweet little June. She puts herself in the terrible position of deciding open up that door. I mean look I was like instrument. Catch another felony right now like you cannot entertain. How many times are they going to get June like she's just? She's too sweet like. No like you don't enter someone's home especially, if the TV's going, and who knows honey Karen okay. been awake for two days. There's probably nail. Polish spilled all over the carpet like it. And! So she goes in, and she announces herself several times trying to say you, she's like Karen. Remember me. It's June. I said I would come over today. We'd go to the bar in Riverside, so. She starts to make her way towards the back of the house and sees the garage is open, so she opens the door to the garage and she finds. Karen hanging there which I'm not really a word I mean. I guess go neck like I'm surprised that you could pull that off neck like I didn't see you. Root strength to do that, but We're GONNA. Cut His house thirty, five, forty, five, thirty, six, thirty five. Clare. You did a very. Very good job. was only a matter of time before crazy caring ourself anyway. Was Perfect. June completely lawson finish. Every morning Jason was so upset he just wanted to crawl under the table and high. Now much longer. Than Me. Enough money to live happily ever after. Their. Oh I hate those breathy lifetime. Kisses I hate it. There's nothing brings me back to being a child, and just being like so embarrassed, watching a movie with my mom on TV. Just Claire Remind you of Laurie Laughlin in some way. I see that I feel like she's like. Slightly edgier like she can go a little deeper than not, but but I definitely could see that. Totally the light is and like her hair. She has that sort of Vibe, but yes definitely. So I think she's so pretty I think she looks great in movie gorgeous so. June is in her room that night when Claire Walks in, and she asked her if she wants to come down for dinner, but she says that she's not really hungry and Claire tells you she's upset about Karen but it. She has to eat in June says I feel really strange. Maybe I should be taking two pills instead of one, and then her phone rings. It's Charlie and she tells her to hold onto your hat because she just got off the phone with me. And she's got some news. June will love okay, so this is the thing she says. Hold onto your hat in for some reason, it's so organic coming out of this actress's mouth like I wasn't even questioning it till I thought about. Dialogue on the page. All that so she found out from her friend that she's got this P. I in in her her rolodex earnings Diane Disalvo and Chelsea. She's to see them. They're going to go see her tomorrow at noon. Hangs up and goes. Oh! I got a Pi through Charlie. She's going to help me solve the case and Clare's like what? What's the Pi's name? She goes hand salvo so Is Giving her all the keys to the store and Clare, says that from what she's heard Pi's tend to be expensive in shady, and she's like no I only need to come up with five hundred bucks, and of course Jason Here's the tail end of this. What do you need five hundred dollars for And then you know he leaves without really giving too much of a hassle, but. or Claire agrees to lender the money to keep it from Jason because it's what she needs for her and Sami. Then June is looking through a bunch of old papers in her bed China. Find something, but her brain is so scrambled. It seems like she's having a hard time keeping up with what she's seeing on the page. Next she can track and trust me. I've been there, so charlie June than drive to see the private investigator the next day. And there in the waiting room when June, asks Charlie if she sure she's good, because June's like really sort of just sorta like picking like grabbing sleeve and like just being very sort of like grabby winners. Can't keep her hands. still so. She says she's good basically Charlie reassures her that they're gonNA be in good hands because this is her friend victor cousin and they're. They're going to get a deal so. Victor walks out of the office and gives Charlie. This big dog. He's got a thick, Brooklyn accent and he seems to be. You know pretty attracted to June as soon as he sees are and you don't know if it's like a June, thing or a victor thing because. He had so many lingering at first I was like really creeped out by an affiliate in a villain because he was late lingering so much on her, he definitely had like that. I'm trying to negotiate a three some sort of. Okay, yes yes. and. But then like that's the kind of friend you have to tell them like. Oh, the reason why people are creeped out by us because it seems like you're negotiating three Assam. You're really good I. Just SORTA. Don't know how to control your face so. Clare Okay, we moving on sorry so Diane looks through Jones folder of evidence and can't believe that they're so little. She wants to know what else the cops investigated and who else, and she says that you know as far as I'm concerned or no of I'm the only person so. She says like you know who could have gone back to the House that night and killed him after you left in. She's like I have no idea but. Also I wrote down my entire conversation with Karen. which would will in court, but? I liked that. So then Charlie reminds Diane that Karen was the assistant who was just found dead in her home and Diane tells June that she's going to need a photo of Tony if she's GonNA investigate. June and Charlier back at Clare's, and she asked her she has a picture of Tony. Blair, says of course I do, but why would you want one? June says that she. Needs it for the Pi and Clare's like Oh, of course I'll help you out with that, so they go upstairs and you tell us Charlie to make yourself comfortable around the house when she's gone and she does, so she liked shared. A house, he I. I mean I was afraid to ask my friends if I could have like a soda at their house when I was growing up so i. was going to be like strolling around. Do you remember that how uncomfortable it was to? You. You're like Don't tell your parents, but I'm hungry. Totally I would never I would never. Even as an adult like to like to be a guest of a guest. House. So I, not June's house. Like soda just wander. You must know the animosity that's been brewing inside of this household. So why are you just like roaming? If I had a record like I mean I act like I. Have a record even when I don't and so I i. do like I was like good for Charlie that she's not letting that. Hold her back in the world like Shushi sleep. You know what I'm not a thief so I'm in. Yeah I think it probably I mean in my mind. It was probably some like sort of white collar adjacent. Crying or ABC even snitch someone out, so she could get less of a sentence. Anything to crazy, but so she takes in the House that she walks through it and she's walking through the kitchen and out to the living room. She's got her eyes wide open on everything. She's clearly looking for something, and she bends down to pick something up off the coffee table and is surprised when she hears someone. Say Her name. I'M GONNA. Free Oh two to forty, four, forty five. A killer Charlie. High. whereas. upstairs. We, have it. I sweetheart. Thanks Charlie. I My Way. Always seem to be running late. I'll call you later. To spend a lot of time together. Yes! She's helping me. So us and you days hanging out with another expert on, so you can prove that you didn't really murder your husband. Nutshell so when I agreed to clear, she was supposed to stay with us until she got back hundred feet now if there was nothing our agreement about detectives or allowing Fillon to prowl around my house, unattended Clare invited her in. Why are you so paranoid? Don't worry. Jason I won't kill you. Trust me I'll be ready to move out soon. I'm Megan. I'm going to put some money in the envelope for this month's expenses if you could just. Hiccup Jason's dry-cleaning. Sure Mrs Givens. Miss Megan is is back in the mix. You know. It's I will say I had a brief moment. We were rewatching this. Young, Stevie Nicks. That's who Charlie looks like to me. She has a young ex vibe in certain. but yes, so things are really tense around the house right now and I'd be like Yoke Clare like I know. You said it was okay for me to live here, but like can we be real? It's obviously not. Your? Like your your husband wants me the fuck out. is so aggressive. He's so much more aggressive than June. Even they like. Portray June as being so insane, he he is so. Like on edge at all moments we'll. He's like paranoid lake. Honestly, he thinks everyone's out to get him. He is convinced that Mike no offense. Jason, but who are you in this world like? Why would someone you? It's not like you're I mean unless you know something we don't know. But he's very suspicious. I I love the idea of petty cash on the House. I've always loved the concept. A box of that people have to go to when it's like okay. The Gardener Go. was like is this? Is this a home. Would or is this like a rich like I'm not rich enough to understand why. He has a an envelope. Bet The leather envelope lake comes from business and he has fashioned his phone. I think it's just honestly I. Mean I only know this from like TV and movies? At more like a state type place where their. Housekeeper? Like twelve hundred bucks in cash in their thing. or Rosaries or paying a delivery person or Whatever else, but it's definitely like budgeted out amount of cash that goes into the envelope, and this is of course. The moment I saw it I was like okay. This is about to be a plot point because they're like so I'm putting this money in this envelope. Everyone including Meghan can see me. It's just also like common enough of a practice that you would do that in a in a show or movie without being a big deal exactly. Yeah, yeah, very specific thing. So you know again, things are super tencent. This House not night June is looking through photos of Sammy just as we remember that she's a great mom. And then we cut back to the diner that Clare June two after she got a jail and it's called lake the. Ellen Street diner, or like E. L. G. I N. street diner I mental that up I probably will later on yeah yeah. But I think it's probably a local philly place because this. Real estate that they've given to like the name of this diners pretty major be so she would charlie and they catch up on June's home. Life is like at the moment and June is not doing well and. Minna play another long clip. Sorry guys is the. Second half of this, but I wanted to set this up for you June is. Throughout this scene, rubbing the brim of her mug like where you would sip the liquid from. She's rubbing it like repeatedly with the NAPKIN. I'm like Oh. Good June, like you're catching on like. Don't leave your DNA anywhere. It turns out that this is just some sort of like nervous tick that she has as a row going up for medication so I'm GonNa play forty, five, twenty, one to forty, nine nine. Three days since you Jason how to doubt. His still holding a grudge, we don't say weren't too. I know it's stressful there. You're welcome to stay with me. Thank you, but. Have, to stick it out. Sami is coming home. I don't want to disrupt his routine. I can get you a different cup. Now it's fine. Diana Ross every day and she's still not found that bartender. Diane is very good at what she does. I've known her victor for years. Anyone can find this guy she cad. Go. Over on the right side. Pool? Hi. Landscape. I June choirs sister Oh. Nice to meet you, too. Bye, You okay. What happened? I don't understand it clear. I feel like I'm losing it. I am really losing it. Because Jason I own a little worried about how you've been acting. Maybe it's just a combination of things getting out of jail and readjusting the issues with Jason. Sammy coming home soon Karen's death everything. Is Understandable. Given your history I, think maybe we. Should we say your medication? Maybe. Why don't you let me make an appointment for you as a doctor I, know psychiatrist and you can discuss all of this with her. Another doctor. Her name is Dr Yard one of the Best Philadelphia. It's worth a shot I guess right. Just a moment. You! It's Diane Saba. Hello. Tattoos finally. What is it was I spent the last three days trying to find this bar riverside heights. The one with bartender was chummy with Tony. ROMM chases finding out. The name was changed Morgan's pump a few years ago. Anyway one of the waitress. Named Greg. Long Story Short Greg was fired. Turned, he's working over the Mayfair theatre. I called over there and sure enough. Matter? Oh, that's terrific news. Too But Going to go. Thank, you thank you so much. I love that San. Those like that all those moments because we get power trio of these actresses together. I'm loving. We also get a classic. You could never pull this off anymore. Spying from with inside the House on another like on another house phone i. A moment at our children will be robbed of leg. Day will know. And the sheer joy of successfully hacking into the system by picking up another house phone, and like yeah, turning it on and covering the receivers. Breathing like. Hoof so just listening to us to put the phone. Down so I could to the mount terms again the air. So slick like and we got away with it to you know. I mean this is another thing would June that I have June honey. You're boundary issues like. Lehrer is like comes up to her and she's like it's okay. Sweetie and she's like stars like playing with their hair, caressing her shoulder. Like do you know lows? We need to be for you to get away with touching me like that like I. Never you even my best friend. I think I'd shudder if they touch like. I'm just like poor, June. She doesn't know like she yeah. I've a physical touch or something and then. Also during that first scene I was thinking to myself. You know what here's the real crime. If like the state has put all the time and resources into the mental health of a prisoner to get them on that perfect medication that's GonNa get through life. At, that should be a punishment equal to death like honestly you cannot so drew and like prisoner. Come on. Do you know I? Do you know much? I've paid to get my meds right? Let alone like. Ordering that bill for me like fuck no! But Yeah Clare's just. She's an evil bitch. Honey and I just I can't is. After the after she picked up the house line hurt everything we see Clare Telling Nick that the Pi the bitch P. I found Greg and she knows. She knows that he knew Tony and nick is like Oh God. Well the way you said it sounds bad because we have to remember Nick Links Green High School when this happened. Nick is somewhat young, so. He's not tuned. He's hearing all this very unreliable narrator. It took me a minute to be like. At what point did nick enter the picture, because I'm confused why he so? Lake. Motivated to keep doing everything that Clare I know. There's money at stake, but. I wasn't sure the length of time we had been doing this because at first I was like, had they? Was He there before? But no, because you're right, he's so young, not so. Much younger, but it's almost like too good to be true I would say. Nick seems like he's in his like. Mid Thirties and lifetime. Closer to her mid forties so totally he would have probably been in in landscaper, college, or whatever wing yeah. So and by the way like imagine getting on board with someone they telling you all these sordid details of like us. You know a situation that they were in and being like. Yeah all right like. You're hot enough like I'll with that so you know, Nick says he hates these little snags that keep coming up in Clarisa. She knows, but Greg Lake's to run his mouth. And if he says the wrong thing about Tony could be a lot more than just a snag, so he's. Liking to run, it's no. May I say? Oh! Yeah, no, he's so horton around his mouth like he couldn't care anymore, so it's. It's actually kind of amazing like how quickly he folded but I think that just like people there and I say this as someone who is one, so many people are just off guard in this world like. Really Care did they can't assume anything bad would come from it and by the way what is Greg No? A bartender. That wants new customer that died like. If you read our long enough I'm sure most of your customers will die. So he doesn't know. So needed, salvo is so good like I would tell her I really liked her. I would tell her anything I feel like she started questioning actress. I looked up, but like I didn't really. Recognize. Lois says her name. Yeah, and trying to see if she's in anything, I would recognize she stole. Seems like she was working pretty recently. her photo on IMDB, is like her inside of a Sephora. Which? I love it is yes. By the way, it looks like she works there. Oh. Yes, she's wearing the black. That's so true I. don't even connect. I was why she just like in this Sephora but. Okay. She played patsy in class of Nineteen eighty-four which I've never seen, but I feel like I've heard of it. And it seemed like it came out needy to. I'm sure it was like a big movie for people. At that time she was on my favorite show murder. She wrote so-called the perfect foil in nineteen eighty six Yeah, but shoe liked her. Probably? Yes, she did a lot of TV movies. I liked her to either way. I would have trusted her with anything me to. Nick Watches Diane Walk into the Mayfair and she's just like a boss. She's wearing this maroon suit with like a pink t-shirt underneath than I like. I'm so on board. Basically, she gets him to spill it all Tony had a crazy bitch wife for murdered him. She must have gotten tired of him coming home, smelling like perfume that most of the girls that he slept with were one night stands. Is it remember any names? But there was a super sexy Brunette with an accent, one or two? That could have been hookers and I'm sure you can imagine how derogatorily that was said when it left. I also always love someone. You like works in a movie theater and thinks he's better than a sex worker. I'm like Sweetie. They're so much better than you calm down but yeah, so the one really high class woman who got her sports car all smashed up very rich lady as she was with him right before his wife killed him apparently one night you came in. They got into an argument and she stormed. Stormed out the next thing he knows there was a big crash. She goes outside and she's standing next to her car. It was wrecked in her head was jacked up by a piece of crap. clunker was driven by drunk driver who had driven off right before her. She says that she was complete. Trash mouth in she unloaded on him using words that he's never even heard a woman used before and I was like. I. Like what? I would like what. Truly. That was so funny to me. What do you think she died like what? He said she said we're. They've never heard from a female before which I was like. What are you saying first of all? You worked in a bar. I believe you. which is. Patronized by like low class sex workers so like I'm sure you've heard some stuff flake before in your life, sweetie, but lay would like an example like I can't think of one word that like. She. Someone would say when their car got hit. That's lake out of this world for a quote unquote female to be. Saying. women were dropping the C. Bomb back in two thousand six. That was a little bit of like a radical word, whereas now elected through. A couple of years ago. Yeah. She asked when this happened. He said it was one of the last times Tony came in so a few days before his old lady whacked him. And I'm like what a good guy! You are Tony Honestly? She has out of the theater, and then nick is sort of like hiding next to these two lights. Dude ends. Who are talking legacies? Agent teenagers like having a private conversation, and then right there. Nick is like leaning up one inch. Wouldn't you turn I know? This was clearly a decade or you know twenty years pre corona, but I'm like. What did you say something as man? Hovering above your conversation, rubbing probably a very polite, normal conversation. Oh. He says he comes up to the door and Greg and. was his face. Greg is like oh the movies not for another hour. He's I again I. Know I'm here for something else. He's like woman who just walked out of here. I'm guessing that conversation was for sale so Greg's like yeah, come on in. And then we see Claire Call Dr. Yardley office and remember like just earlier that day. She told June that choosing to call for this appointment, but. When she calls she just calling to confirm the appointment that she made a month prior. So this was like her long term plan was to get her. Office which I feel like because it didn't seem like Dr, Yardley was. Paid off. I was convened. What the role was because I was expecting Dr Yardley I was expecting like a scene where we saw this like you know really corrupt pill pushing doctor. Dr. It had to abandon right, but then she was just so straightforward with like her prognosis. Bet She. Clearly a real doctor in the scene like late. That comes later. I mean I. Don't know that's like jumping ahead, but like I was very hung up on his. They kept. They kept saying her name. They were like. I made have to confirm this appointment. Dr Yardley and leg. They kept talking about. It sounds like it must be a fake doctor, but then she gave her a sample. That couldn't be faked like it was like a sample pack that said the name. Of It was a real medication like I. Don't understand why she why. This is even in this movie. It seemed like genuine like. meds by the way I just wanted to say that I. Am like I'm watching the video. Play out before me with mute on and I. Just replayed the scene of like the two kids talking outside the theater where when Nick was like leaning up against the wall, and they look like they came off of a first date he is, he looks so endure. If you just WANNA, go watch like ten seconds of completely silent acting. As so invested in her. I really think like it's beyond just getting laid for him like I. Don't think really I think he does want to fuck this girl, but I think he also is really interested in her thoughts on the film. They just saw it again and like. Extras, Lake realize they relate. Let's get real life. People. Who are leading? To might actually be dating now if they weren't when the movie started that performance was convincing. Really into her so. Yeah, so then after like she has this phone call with confirming Dr Yardley earlier whatever she takes the money out of the petty cash envelope that Meghan was supposed to use. June taking care of her mental health God, bless her goes for a run in the park and she spots kids playing soccer, and I feel like Oh wait is one of them Sami, but they're not. She's just a good mom and yeah. She loves kids. You're thinking about her kid and then phone rings, and she answers at it's Diane, and she tells her that she got some good info from Greg, and now on to something something big, and she obsessed some good news for her real soon shelter just to hang in there and. June is really sort of going through it right now you can. She feels absolute shed, and like her. MEDS are wearing off in. Her brain probably feels like a watercolor, painting or something. She's doing a good job. The actress is doing a good job of playing up. In a exaggerated way what it feels like to come up your medication by. The way that I'm like okay. Go got like you're. You're yes good acting. By the way, so you're like a you actually act. What is good acting like because I I don't know anymore and I'm like. That is a really good performance, but I don't I. Don't know I, think. Very of the mill acting now it's so funny because I was trying to like. Look at it from a lifetime I love lifetime movies by the way like someone. Hire me because I will be in your lifetime, but Trying to look at it from that perspective because you have to like I. Think it's way harder when you don't have a lot to with with the screen. In late I. Really feel like is like killing it this whole movie because she no matter what's going on around her. She keeps it like consistent in. She does a lot of. It just believable when when I hear her talking believable, whereas a lot of the other people I think might issue with Charlie because. Her lines are so like. They're not like conversational in any way, so it's rained for her to speak to him. In a believable way June is A. At least is really good at that. She's like doesn't matter what I'm saying. I know, it's crazy, but like she believes it, so we can all believe it. I think if you if I'm not thinking about your acting than. Good on you like. I always say like people work with the material they get, and it does feel like Charlie's doing a lot. She does a lot of heavy lifting legates. It's a little. Yeah because she has, he liked the friend who has to be like a weight. Where we were in prison, you said they. Are you know like she s? Yeah so then okay, I have questions for you. Because I am not at never been an actor, some not in the Union for that whole world I always wonder like do actors who do lifetime movies like this. Is that anything that you would get like residuals for or do you? Is it a one time fee? So as an I'm not an expert on this? Because this has to do with the Canadian Union 'cause. This movie is definitely filmed Canada so like I in Sag so if I do a film that Sag I'm going to get residuals but I. Don't kill me. No one come from me, but I'm pretty sure Canadian the Canadian. Union people don't get residuals. In I think that's why use. Though many local they'll have like one or two American actors in the know every the rest of the cast is all Canadian and men because they can get them cheaper like they don't have to pay them residuals, but I'm sure like Lisa is getting an Susan Walters who plays clear like I'm sure they're getting residuals. That's how the Degrassi kids got all fucked up was. Yours no like syndication fee for that like it's a one and done very wild. And like there's a lot of Canadian production laws that like for example. I only know this because. I found out in college that I could never right for Degrassi because it's filmed in Canada based in Canada written by Canadian writers like Yeah Air Union, like you can't come into that as an American, but obviously. Bring we bring movies there all the time so I. Think Yeah like when they're shooting there but like. I could not permeate like Canadian set to save my life as like that's their. That's the way that they protect their union really well and also. We don't really know a lot about most Canadian television because yeah like they're not gonNA promote something here if we can't benefit from it like. That seems. As soldiers? Actors can definitely. It's easy for an actor to work. In Canada, but not necessarily like on a Canadian production. If that makes sense to like a lot of American, television shows obviously shoot in Canada, they shoot make. like Riverdale in like all. Those like cw shows they all shoots in Canada, but they're still SAG. As far as I know like I met hire like local Canadian people for like cheap, but if you're an American any go onto those shows, it's report like you still get residuals and all that. But. That's also one thing that I was thinking about when I was watching. This movie was I, thought Oh they must have really filmed it in Philly because there are certain states in like the US where you're getting production bonus. If you film in their city like Georgia, yeah loves a show that films there like. Something that films there, so I assumed that it would have taken place there because they were so specific about it. Being in that city and I know also. That's like a staying, were they? Say Like if you film that are you like? That's great. We'll give you a bonus, but just make sure. We know that you thought was weird, too. 'cause like the only reason I at that is there were i. mean like half, if not more of the characters who speaking on Canadian, so I was like. That's so we because it seems like it wouldn't be that expensive. To just shoot it in Philadelphia but I don't I. Don't know I'm not a producer. Of. Like, you know like local color moment where they're like a like. Just put it in a city as opposed to know city, but. Okay, here's my other questions so with day rates, so if you're like the guy outside of the theater, who just gave a really compelling performance in my mind at extra. Who said nothing like what he makes for that because he's a featured extra right? That's. Extra! I, doubt it. I really doubt it because I don't again I don't know their union so I. Don't know how it is in America. You're not really getting a payback when you're a background actor. A less. You're like really being like you're part of the storyline. But you you would get like a day rate like a like a day rate for you can get a dairy without speaking. It's so it's so confusing in convoluted because fit nowadays, they don't WanNa. Pay Anyone to the downgrade everything but. You can still get like a credit without speaking if you are like moving the story along. So if you're like important to the story line bill still like audition like people who auditioned for like no line co-stars on television shows. Yeah when the when they're being mentioned like if if if another character is like speaking about them, and they're being shown, but that's more rare because you can really get away with using a background actor in you. Don't pay any background. People get residuals. See you don't have to pay anything extra. About for this rate for showing up late on a when you're an extra. Is it like literally fifty dollars and a sandwich? If you're in the union, it's like it's like one hundred. Twenty five or one hundred fifty. It's like minimum wage for the day. If you're nonunion. Get Away with like seventy five dollars on like lower budget stuff. Will actually if you're not, they can probably get away with like. Not Paying you I don't know it depends on. It depends on the situation, but most like legitimate production. They'll pay you. Between a hundred two hundred dollars a day. With no residual and for an actor who has one line, you might get a thousand dollars. A day depends on. but you can get as low as one twenty five K. through three hundred. It depends on the on the contract that the that the film is on because film is different from TV. TV's more straightforward like if I have one night on TV I'm getting a thousand dollars pretty much. Great. But you can also get. A thousand dollars for four pages. They don't feel like calling you. Something else. Ladies, somehow, they bill you. It's cleared. I'll tell you like working on a show in seeing like my heart would bleed for anyone who had an under five early featured extra like my heart blood for you because I just couldn't. I couldn't handle. Lake the passion and drive that it takes to pursue something that can be rootless, and then like if the director doesn't like you, you're fucking gone. have. Lake rescheduled your elderly mothers. Doctor Appointment for the day like I remember we cut. Apart in a script once and the woman who had the part that we cut was like eight years old and. I just I never like worked on a set like that and I remember just like weeping, and my boss was like. Are you okay and I was like I just feel so bad. Legs drove all the way from wherever she's frahm and came here and probably told her family that she had a ally Jubran. Girls and like I just WanNa. Die Like I'm like her life. You don't have that much time. Left on this earth in, and we told her to go the fuck home because we wrote the part wrong. And now there's no part at all and. Live like this, and so thankfully, my boss was like Jesus Christ, like and so on upbringing her back later on. Another part news like molly. Did you see I brought your girl back and I'm like yes sweet. Oh, my Gosh! Get used to it I feel for this, I feel for an eighty year old woman, but I'm used to that now. Because with so much television on right now like it's I. Don't tell people when I book a job unless it's like. Unless it's on it, it's already aired because your chances of getting cut are very high. Just booked Amazon shows this year in like they I was getting ready in my bathroom for the table. Read and they were like Oh. We cut your whole scene. Like it just. MAKES YOU WANNA like fucking? Cry Dude I can't. I know but like I. will like I'll. I've only because like I. Know you can also have it where like? You do one audition any book show. You're like good for seven years lake. It's just that kind of thing. Where like everything sucks tour. Does it so I feel like I mean I don I try to be optimistic. I'm pretty. By the way like what does it say about you that I am tearing up all right now. Thinking about it I talk. Like that man in front of the theater, like that might be my first Tedtalk, because I've come to entire IMDB and I'm not seen him anywhere into me. He's a star and so i. feel like I might. I want the Internet to hunt him down for me I. Want to collaborate with that man on a project. That's going to let him shine because like unless has taken a terrible turn for the worse like I. Think you has something special in there and like. Let's just tap into it. I'm sure he's like a Canadian. Man Who's like why the? In by the way sir, it's not romantic between us. It's completely professional. respect you as an actor. You really sold me, but. So Oh. God okay got. I will cry so. June saw the kids playing soccer bowl block. Great News. Hang in there. Okay, so zip talks declare an tells him and tells her that he talked to Greg, but he doesn't know who the rich one was at the bar that night. He only knew that she was a high class fraud and she's concerned that Diane knows about the car accident and she tells them. That needs to basically see him in person right away, so let's play this clip. Fifty five, thirty, four to fifty, eight nineteen. Talking about the woman with the shiny. Red Convertible! Good Old Gregg described you T. You have an affair with your sister's husband. He was blackmailing me. And that seen Jason and he knew he had money. Tony Seduce me use do. And then he threatened to tell Jay Sunny when fifty thousand dollars. Was the night I was supposed to pay him half. Called tone and over her then fighting. A sounded island. I didn't know what happened so I decided to go over there. She. Bid Sister. Yours Can that Sammy. When She was never could've finished. It. WAS THAT SIMPLE! I never thought I'd have to kill someone, but you know. It wasn't as hard as I thought it would be. Twenty four hours away neck. Jason's poker game is set for tomorrow I got June a doctor's appointment at the perfect time in my dinner with goody two shoes charity women is confirmed. We are so close. It if to Sapo finds out that I was seeing Tony. And it'd be all over. And, we can kiss. Jason's millions goodbye. You Sit. Her plan was air tight declare. June is falling apart without her medication. She and Jason Fighting all the time and everyone including our housekeeper pristine are acting completely crazy. Lower. Sure does. Like, why are these ugly men like Howard? Tony this like power fall of a man right right and I also was like Tony. Ask to be murdered which I don't WanNa like go off the deep end, but you know I have a similar opinion to you Jodi Arias. And how like if you just try to push person who's clearly crazy than their kill you? So. I don't really know what he thought he was doing, but like Clare's crazy. You can't blackmail creek clear. I'm like crying, because like the collection of freak ass, bitches, I have built in my life who just agree with me about Jodi areas like? Do you know how what an uncommon breed we are like? I like. You know for a fact. That's one came in your house and took pictures of you while you were asleep. And then you invite them back into your home to like sleep with them, and then you're still trying to like play this game. What, what do you? What do you think I just don't? I making like you add to me murdered. No I agree I feel like his family should sue. The Mormon Church instead of like holding Jodi. Because the only reason why he got caught up in that mess, if I'm being honest, is because he couldn't live up his mormon ideals, and just wanted to get laid on the side, and I say is that Jodie's fault or is that mormonism? I have to say mormonism I agree with you I'm so I'm willing to unwilling to say it I. Do agree with you and I feel like Tony was in the same. Area 'cause he was going to hard. He was trying to like fight everyone in his life and blackmail people. And you know he put himself in the position to get murdered him saying. Yeah and by the way, his wife with like a garden variety, completely Medicaid -able mental illness said she clearly was willing to work on by the way. This was all about her son this. Weaponized that against her, because why he was an complete ego maniac, I am not with Tony. I cannot believe that. For Mediocre Man What people do for Mediocre Matt and her. Stir dirty like what a fucking brother-in-law fucker like I cannot. Discuss their. I know side from the Messina's if at all, like obviously being really like evil. I mean I have three sisters like I don't even want to mention in this sentence so disgusting. I, know how people do that. No, you cannot cross pollinate on that level any money as this really gross. It's really like I. CAn't Hoover Heart. Dead on the floor by a tacky ass statue so. Diana's walking through the parking lot on her phone headed to her car, and she gets in and turns it on and right away. Nick POPs up from the back seat, and he just does one. SORTA gentle stab in her back and then gets out, but that's enough to take Diana out. So. There's no money in the petty cash at the House as we know and when Jason goes looking for. He asked Megan if she she didn't spend it. All and I'm like leave fucking Megan alone. Okay, Jason Your, if is a riddle book, problems leave June alone. Leave Megan alone in the in the mirror like you are sleeping next to the double herself exactly Jason So. She Says No. She's used for some groceries and some other small errands, but not that much and Clare says that she took some out to pay the gardener. I wonder who the Gardner is, not that much. Ends like call him by his name. You know his name. He's neck so. The kitchen and she over hears Jason saying that with all the criminals in the house. It's no wonder that the money is missing and she confronts him over. This wants to know if you really think that she'd steal from them and she denies knowing what happened, but Jason has a lot more like more harsh words for about how she's a criminal, and you can't be trusted, and they start like really going back and forth we see old. Megan's really tuned into this conversation Roy Lifetime you're unbelievable like you know we're just you know. He's like I'm just stating facts and Clare's as okay. You guys need to calm down. You don't even know if the money's gone and It doesn't matter I hate that he's treating me like this like he's treating me like. I'm a criminal and he's like well. You are a criminal and you've been acting like. Unitech ever since you got. Here gets worse every day He doesn't even think she's capable of raising her son anymore and this really through. Glass embrace it on the counter, and I'm like dude. What makes you think that she's not going to be a good mom? She served eight years for emerge. She didn't commit. She has gotten herself together now. All of a sudden she comes here and things start to get rocky, but it seems to me like June's doing a pretty good job minding your own fucking business like what? Would, it be a good mother? Use the only time. She gets upset when somebody tries to come for her. Yes as like a she. Her motherhood is what that is. It that's always the lifetime X. Factors. They're like what's the one thing we can get anyone watching to relate to, and it's always. Something like that so. Clare Looks Worlds that our plan is going well and Maggie again is just like we get another close up on Maggie, so then June goes into a room and starts packing up and Clare comes in. She's calmed down. You got an appointment with the doctor tomorrow and Samuel coming back into town next week. It's all going to be okay, so just a reminder. The timeline of this is that we're not. Even. Come back to town. He's still like on San Francisco California road trip. So. She says that she can't deal with him. Treating her like she's useless trash Clare, reminder that he's been good to her son anything he's ever needed. He's gotten and I was like Oh true like he has been paid her life when she was in the slammer. That's a good point. and Jason's not a bad guy, and then at this point June breaks down in apologizes and unlike June. You're too good for this world I see I. Don't know what to Tell You I could let June live with me, so she could avoid all this, but. Now it's night and Clare Talking to nick on the phone and she tells him that they're almost in the clear. She just needs to double check that he has the keys to the house and the key to the gun cabinet news like you know yeah I do, and she goes well I. Wish you luck so the next merging Jason is eating breakfast at the. The table and Meghan cleaning and Clare comes down and says that she's not going to be home that night because she's meeting with the girls to talk about the charity fashion show always a charity fashion shows as never happened in real life. has there ever really besides the Ashton show on the New Jersey? has there ever been a real charity fashion show? I don't see how it can be for charity like. Where's the money coming from our people paying? An entry from what? I. Plan, one of these events it would be like all the outfits are borrowed from like local boutiques and then. Hey Ball and like it. Okay excuse to party that night, and like they put out probably. Some like. You know free champagne and like later. And you just get shit, faced and watch like tween girls like. Weird. Yeah, it's very. It's very. Pizza Gate So. The boys. She like won't be there to serve the boys snacks at poker night. which I loved the idea that Clare ever did that but. Ache some before she leaves the mega like yeah I also picked up some beer and I'm like Meghan. We don't deserve you either like. You Up. You're so This makes Jason. You know very happy, so throw that there's beer and that he's going to have is night and she says please just don't pick any fights with June tonight, so claire sits at the kitchen counter and is looking through some flyers that are printed up for the Philadelphia advocates for children in she. Jason had their photo of the fire and they're listed as the charity events sponsors, so another thing too is like. Did she use Sammy to sort of like ingratiate herself into this part of society because otherwise. Is To childless people doing like. I got to. Like who are they, so she tells her that. She's going to get a ride to the doctor's office from Charlie. That's June because they have plans. And then she's going to drop. Roth and Clare Refuses to let her take the bus home. She's GonNa give her money for a cab. She doesn't want to think of her alone. At night and I'm still trying to understand why this was necessary. Other than maybe the unpredictable nature public transportation by she really won't let her take like pushing it and I was like. Is this a part of it, too? Why are you being so extra about? It did have all sense and I'm like you really think your sister who just did eight years and like Max Security Prison. Bus Home and Deal drink. So. Charlie our downtown and she drops her off in front of the office, but before she gets out her phone rings and it's Victor Diane's brother. You tells me that Diane was found dead in her car that morning and it looks like a failed robbery of some type. He says it'll call her back later. In So, Charlie tells this to June. Who doesn't even know how to process is like why you know. At this point I would be asking myself more directly. Why this murder happening around exactly? Like I. Know that she's been through so much, but she seems to really just be like. It's almost as if her phone got shut off after she. Had the bill and I'm like no, this is like murder like all year like her you're trying to. What happened and why you were framed for murder than more murders are happening so I would think that would be the first place that your mind goes. But you know she's offer pills, so is his true. It's hard to hold her accountable, so she goes into your. Yard lease office and she's doctored like. Are you sure you're okay and she's like? Yeah, I think so. I've been feeling off and like it's definitely like a shrinks office, but. Sitting Down with her one on one sort of just like staring out into the scenery from the top of this building in. The you know, the doctor says like okay I'm. GonNa write a new prescription for you I want you day to day to start, so she does the right thing in puts her on a new med plan. In the night at the house, she arrives home in her taxi. In. The whole House looks like it's lit up from the outside, but when she enters the foyer, it's actually pretty dark. In, so she walks into the kitchen and then. Bam Jason is dead on the floor. So she whispers his name, and starts to lean toward him, but right then Kevin comes up behind her and puts cloth over her mouth. She's or formed. Okay, so then speaking of featured Extras Clare's at dinner with her friends at a very fancy. And she says guys were like looking to Poland about ninety thousand dollars for this charity, and they didn't get a speaking part the two friends she was with and. It almost seemed like they either. Did this seen so many times, or this was the first hake, or both of them hated her, because they didn't have a line, and she's like cheers, and they all sort of like clink glasses in the one whose face we can see looks at the other actress like. Can you believe this shit? Like. Mike. There's clear they're all clearly on different pages. Unless they genuinely, we were supposed to take that. She hates Claire from this. Number. Back story going on here because she just told you. Guys are getting ninety thousand dollars for a local children's charity. That's major money. and. Also I just wanted to mention I. Don't know if you noticed their plates of food, but like. The, one lady on the right. It looks like she's eating like half Canelo. Just like a cantaloupe. I feel like I. Got From craft. Services like. They didn't have like meals to lake stage with so they just used random fruits and vegetables. While so do you remember like? Did you see the Justin Bieber yummy video that came out yes? And it's like all these old people, and it's like antiquated dining room eating like nineteen fifties, versions of like what traits are like Jello mold. Lobster and right when I saw this dining room, it had that like pretty hunter, green sort of style like walls that match the table. Moss Room itself looked very old and. Sort of the disjointed food that they have I was almost like this might be too like a historical moment, but it does are because you who thinks like that right like we don't think like other. Cantaloupe and a stake of course but. It seems like it was like calling back to another time. Their hero styles were also from another time, so that was. They did. Like Kate Gosselin haircut was like. Not like it was like. Take that, but make it funky. Like. Patchy Blonde highlights in sort of like a very homely stay at home. Mom, sort of look. Will which we deserve better than that guys so? June is pastor on the floor. This is. Trying I will host to the INSTAGRAM. What she's. Wakes up, but like they do her lovie shot, and she is looking at Jason's dead body with like blood, coming out of his mouth, and of course, motherfucker died with like a mug smile on his face. Be as it is, so it's genuine. It's like anything. It's better than anything that happened in joker. If I'm being honest with you. Legitimately very scary. Yeah so there's a knock at the door. And it's Jason's friends or there for poker that night, and there's just like these fucking smug fuck enrich out. Does ner like hello like I'm I'm feeling lucky tonight and they're all like you know thinking that life is going to go perfectly for them like it always dies. And June is coming to an really confused about what's going on, but she knows that whatever this is going to be a bad look for her but the guys come in any way, and once they clock her she runs, and she like goes, you know. She she runs. She's gone so. June calls Charlie from a sidewalk and Charlie's working at a restaurant as a waitress. In my mind, she was getting like a rum and coke for a mom like you're sober, dad and like to Shirley temples for the kids like I. I've worked many restaurants. I know that stance like your s flew to. The drinks that were that you can't fill yourself in the back to be served at the bar so. Yeah like He. She tells Charlie that you know. Someone's trying to frame her again. Jason was dead on the floor, and she was knocked out with chloroform, and when she came to friends there, and she tells Charlie that she's in front of a gas station on maple and vine, and like okay I'll be there in thirty minutes or less, and this is when I would say to Charlie I. WanNa pull her aside and say listen. You also have a criminal record. Okay like you. I know that she's your friend. I know you guys have been through a lot together, but you don't need to put yourself in this position Charlie like. Maybe, it's your heart. That puts you in this situation to begin with, and that's what she's gung in the middle of her shoe I'm like. I mean that is like a whole. That is a whole ordeal to get someone to cover. Your table is low because your friend up at a fucking active crime scene so. He also is a win. She sorry. Is this one? June said I think they saw me. When he's talking but I was like. Why is she saying that they looked each other? They all looked each other dead in the, and then she ran. She's like I think they saw me. They all. Changed Pleasantries like it was very obvious. What happened there? Speedy, so charlie pulls up to the gas station in June hops in the car, and of course like a fucking rack and she's trying to tell her you know. She's completely fogged. She came to and the gun was in her hand. Her fingerprints are all over it and she knows Jason's friends saw her and they're gonNA. Think it was her. Yeah. Of course they are, so they were like. An asshole to you at dinner like after you served your area. Of course, they're gonNA, so You know she's like completely upset. In Charlie who like again shouldn't have to put up with any of this. Shit tells June to calm down and that they can talk about it when they find someplace safe, so she she's like okay I'm going to call. Victor are good Guy Victor I fucking. I've grown to really love victor over this time. I was judgmental at first, but victor really does something for me now so they go to victor's place and I have to say great place for a single guy. He is a big house, and it's impeccably decorated for set design in this movie. Which I guess I'm sort of notoriously. I thought the every place in this look, not only authentic, but it was like well decorated and seemed I totally Clark. I was like I feel I felt like every house. As big as it may have been, because every person has like a huge huge house but I felt like every house was like someone's real house like it was like real stuff that was in didn't stage. I wish they did that more with life. is where they rented a family's house. Lean and live Dan and had like. and made it seem like this character had like more of a builds up life because I think they. Rent a lot of houses, but they're like houses that are for sale, and they're staged or something. Yes, that it would be even cheaper I. Don't know. Just like ask some person. If, you can. Do that all. Those rich people up in the valley. Work for the day. Someone's filming some porn. A bunch of people banging out in their living room. They come home. The set is wrapped. Everyone's gone like and you collect your check. Everyone living yeah. You make a nice little living renting out your house. As most notable in the big house, the mansion because it was like. That's not an easy face to fill because it's it was huge. But every room looked like legit. It looked very like richly because that's some that's what happens sometimes like mugs and jugs like one of my favorite movies that we've ever done here. That house was like just obviously Barron, and then they put into it, but this house. It looked Yes, set design ten out of town on this one agreed. So. They're victor's kind of like. You know great. Little houses I said at the kitchen table, and he brings June a cup of coffee. I'm GONNA play one. Oh, nine, twenty, eight to one twelve twenty. Anyone that knows me can see that I am the perfect patsy. Normally that. He talked to the shrink about. Violence. And then there was that party. Walk down on Jason's birthday. I know I. Is the ideal setup all roads lead back to me. What would the the fights and? Jason's accusations about the missing money this morning. Doesn't look good. But. Charles you're innocent. I believe. Since I didn't do it. The question is who did. According to Clare, he had a reputation for being a ruthless businessman so. I'm guessing the answer is yes. Okay. Okay, so let's rephrase that. Who would benefit most from his death? I'd say. Jason's wife. Claire! How much will she inherit? She's my sister, she. No I. That's ludicrous. Hey, follow the money. They always say right. No No. Clare couldn't do this to me. June Jason was rich very rich. Let's say for argument's sake. Claire had something to do with it. Framing you would be the perfect thing to do. Well. It certainly makes the case against me very strong since I've already been convicted of killing Tony. My cousin was making one. Yes, I always told Clare Everything. And your cousin Diane was killed right after she found out something important from that Guy Greg. That's a pretty weird coincidence. Don't you think? You know. I did tell clear that. Diane has something important to tell me. Hold on, Let. Let's just focus on this for a second. What did this Guy Greg say to my cousin? That's what I have to find out. More, not you. ME. The cops who already looking for you? Try To. Goodell theater. Tomorrow's news opens. I. Mean it might be something for June to think about that. Victor has more loyalty to his cousin than. Her sisters ever outdoor seem. She's like of course. I told her everything and like Victor. This actor God bless him because he does such a good job of trying to lake. Measure his reaction because you. Can this bitch like. Up. But he just sorta holds it in I. Mean I think I love Victor. If I'm going to be honest, I think I'm in love with him. He he definitely turned around for me. In the first scene I truly was like. creeped out by him, but he he's strong. He's a strong actor. I think in a in his character is really good, too. I mean that's that's the east coast of it all to home. Forensics team is at the house when Clare gets home, and it's the whole scene there, and she gets out of the car and them. What happened in one of his friends comes over and goes. You can't go in there. It's Jason and her. You know I always think. How would I play it off? If I knew someone was getting murdered I I? Don't know why as way, but might have. I knew someone was getting murdered and I had to play it off like it was a surprise. What would be my Go-to and I thought. Very well, because she just sort of put her hand over her mouth, and then she leaned into his chest before any sort of emotional action could really emotional reaction could be read on her face and I was like that's brilliant. That's brilliant, just played off his shock. We all respond differently degree, right? The next morning. June is wrapped up in a blanket and vickers backyard, looking out on the scenery, and by the way he lives in a gorgeous area. It's all very either. And Charlie comes out of the house in this large green bathrobe I was like. Did you fuck victor because she was early wearing a men's bathrobe? Apparently. You know June didn't sleep at all last night. which how could you and she can't believe? Air would do this to her. She always defended her and she thought that you know she was going to. Be there in your corner. Whole Life and Charlie tells her that she doesn't know why people do the things they do, but they're not gonNA. Stop until people. No, she didn't kill Jason or Tony June tells her that she's a good friend and I'm like. Yeah, June, that's fucking understatement of the Yes. Ninety Ah. She's giving up her whole life you. It seems. She really has in a way like come on, so then victor the next day goes down to the Mayfair theatre and Greg is doing something I've wanted to do my entire life, and he's putting letters on the marquee of a movie theater I. Would you I would pay someone to let me do that like if I could go to. All the theatres La like go to the Wilburn and put up all coming the at the sliding. Those little letters in must feel strew. Have you ever done like a satisfying? I have never I have never done that, but now that and I also never thought of it, but not let you mentioned it. Already. So I grew up in Anchorage Alaska. But? I've lived in a bunch of places I I actually lived in Boston for a little bit I went to. Boston Community Leadership Academy. In Brighton for a little bit, but most most of my life I lived in Anchorage and then I went to college Louisiana. WHOA. Okay, so I'm sure Irish. Shana, my mom lives in Brighton now. So I love that. Yeah I I would like I. I'll tell you off line. But. Yes she has a little house. In Brighton, now which is great because I grew up I went to Boston. College I was born in Brighton. By. Does everyone I was born at Saint, Elizabeth's Catholic hospital so either way when you're at BC and you got like I mean. If anything happened to you, they would take you to Saint Elizabeth which like so fucked because it is a Catholic hospital, so it was a lady issue like forget it. You weren't getting help there, but like they would take like drunk kids to Saint Elizabeth's to sober up in. Can you imagine anything worse than like going on a fucking bender and waking up in a Catholic hospital like with? Standing around you ready to penalize your ass. Everyone freak out when they find out you're from Anchorage. Definitely, Any comet. iliad people don't know anyone from Alaska and the most common comment is. I didn't know there was black people in Alaska. Isn't he lakes percent of the population It's like. A, military a military base there so I'm not. Left out Arizona I lived in Arizona for a little bit. And it's. Way More White. In Boston actually like for me because it's like so segregated. It's know like I knew like a lot of I. Just I knew a lot of black people in in Anchorage but I. Don't know if it's just because of. The military. What what it was because my parents were in the military, but they just randomly moved there. I remember that always being like a stat when like a statistic just jumps out at you and it like sticks Cherub Ring, and for some reason I remember it being like only two percent of the population. Alaska's black. I will tell you this. I obviously you grow up in your own bubble and I. Realize who you're around and like I always saw that. I was pretty like multicultural plays like. Most of the kids at my school. If they weren't like white Jewish they were like Asian. Indian like some like you know something like where your parents were probably wealthy in some capacity was small wealthy town I was like the. Girl who had a mom who was a cleaning lady yet? I tell you when I went home to Boston I think probably obviously not this. April but like the previous Abra I walked around coolidge corner because my mom was. Close to there, and I got into an Uber in like this like old guy, probably like you know very liberal guy in his sixties, older white guy. I got into his car in. He was like Oh. You're not you know you haven't lived here in a while. What are you thinking as i? Just like never realized like everyone here is white. And he was started laughing, and I was like Oh, no, seriously I, was walking for like a mile and a half, and then I saw an Asian person and it hit. Hit Me that that was the first person who wasn't a white person that I in and then like I was like I had my eyes peeled, I was looking for any sign of non whiteness, and like it just isn't here. I know right. He's like. Oh, you live out! No Les like that's crazy. It's so white over here and then like I said I. said to my mom like mom. It's so wake here. She's like no, it's not. It's like there's lots of people and I was like okay. Because Boston Lake is quite diverse. It's just segregated because like I went to. I had to like tour a couple schools when I moved there because the public school system as I'm sure you know. Is Panel Dicey so? Yeah, we were living in when I first moved there. We were living in Dorchester, so we like looked at a bunch of schools in every school that I went to was like totally different racial background racial. So. It was like there would be a school that was like. Thousands of kids and they were all black or like black and Latino Latin eggs, and then there would be like like a lot of the private schools were like all white. My little sister went to the newman school in Back Bay and it was like I went to the Newman school. Did you really my freshman year by Mahmudi? Some guy that she's engaged. Guy fucking went to the Newman School for a year. Yeah, and that's to this day like my friends from high school ours. Graduated from there. That we talking. If you guys are listening to this. Newman had probably. Seventy kids, no, not even fifty kids graduating class so like you were all. We all knew each other in like it was a school board. Freshmen were in seniors. Business Seniors in freshman business. Like most goals were not like that at all. That is fucking crazier since joined really crazy. Yeah, she could. They. My mom wanted to find like. Just better schools for them compared to where we were living at the time, and she got offered like a half scholarship to I, think it was common well. And and the Newman school opportunity full scholarship in my mom's like I'm not paying. Thirty thousand dollars for my kid to go to high school, so she went to the new mental, which is also a great a great school. Yeah you may sort of the solution to like if you didn't want to send your kid if you're living in like Rivera. Your kid to like a traditional parochial school like that was an option was to go. In there was only like fifty spots per class. It was pretty small, but it was like sort of the inbetween it wasn't. An. My Mom, you know growing up in Lexington surprised because she always like broke her back to make sure that we were staying in that school district then. In the sky and he was like you know you should like diversify her background a little bit like you should have her go to a private school, and so I wound up getting into a few but. Something with Newman really clicked for me. I was so nervous like when. You like I had to go this summer before I started there. My mom was like I'm sending you to. My mom had me go to school. Every summer I was in I didn't need to. What you just made me go to school every summer, and like now we realized is she's didn't WanNa like put semi like camper with a base. To keep me like a nerd, so. Go to school every summer in my summer at the Newman school leading up to freshman year. I remember like calling my mom and being late. There's Goth kids here like I'm. freaking out. These kids. They just lived like so much more of a city life than me, which exactly right in the city and it's exactly why I needed to go to that school like not only I think honestly in a weird way. One of the best parts about going to newman for me was that I had to learn how to take the tea so like I was just I became like very city fluent in that. That way where for the rest of so, my mom and this guy got engaged, they moved me into New Jersey for a summer. I was supposed to have to go to school in New Jersey, but thankfully by the time summer was over, their relationship was over, so my mom I wanna go back to Lexington and I was like yeah, and she was like. Wow, you could go to new men again. Like you could also go to Lexington high and I was like all right. I'm an oxygen and high, so that's where I went, but I was always the one who had the plug like out of all my friends Lexington I'd be like. Here's how you do it. You get on the Tia we're GONNA. Go See your show like I'll teach you. scalped tickets at the Red Sox game I figured out sort of like a a language with my city. That I didn't know before, but also newman wasn't necessarily diverse, either there was a lot of. My tutor was a Nigerian princess. Should mind is just going to say. My little sister had a lot of international like rich, really really rich, a classmates that were like like Half of her classmates like had apartments. They work has pat apartment, yes? It was wild. She was like I in she. We all like moved when we were already in school like we were already in high school, so she was in high school already she like she likes transfer in there and she was like this is wild. Especially coming from Alaska yeah off my. Conversation because I cannot believe the newman connection like the fact the. Is while I can't believe that. You didn't know that I went to that. You lived in Boston so I knew that, but I think I heard. You say that I don't think. I knew men like I always say. On the Back Bay for a year, but I. Never say that it's so fucking funny, you guys. have him by the way Joey McIntyre's mom, so joey McIntyre at a couple of new kids on the block. Kids went to Newman as well and. Mom's still worked at the YMCA that was like walking. From the school, so that would be one of the places because to get the whole school together. They would have to rent out a church, or they would have to rent out a YMCA 'cause. There is nowhere that I've. said to me, it's in Brownstone so it was like to Brownstone, which is basically like one rich family could be there or like to like a whole, ask. and. Wider. In Joey McIntyre's mom, who had a poster of him in his office was running the YMCA locally, and we would go meet up at that YMCA as guard are meeting place for the whole the I. WanNa know so much more Okay so. Hausa. Alright so victor as at the Mayfair. He's working on the Marquee I'm going to play this scene, but can we say? Greg actually in the scene looks like a conventionally handsome Quentin Tarantino. ooh, yes. That okay, but now I am. Here in twenty one to one sixteen twenty-seven. I'm looking for Greg. Was No. One asks questions about Tony Goldwyn. You know what? A third person coming here asking for. Investors more popular dead than he was alive. Third. Would have thought knowing Tony Baldwin. profitable. So who was asked? Some broad short skinny! then. Some guy came right afterward, wanting to know exactly what I told her. Tall. Sandy here. I don't know I don't know. Why don't you just tell me what you told the others about twenty? Red, convertible. Had A red convertible right before Tony was killed. Guy. Tall Sandy hair cray truck if it sounds like the guy that was at the house, who? Clare's landscaper. Nick. He has signed inside of his truck a great truck. It was parked in the drive. When you drop me off at Clarence House the other day. You're right. Things are starting to fall into place at least now. We can connect this guy to clear. I was really hoping that we were wrong. Wasn't her. Him with assistant like that. You don't need to my enemies. Even if we can show that Nick knew that Clarion Tony were having an affair. We still don't have enough to go to the police. It doesn't prove that Clare Killed Jason and Tony. You're right. I need something more. Weight! Are something we can do. Okay. So I mean first of all. I am shocked. Tony didn't get killed. Are Greg rather didn't get killed and all of that. Is He will not shut his fucking mouth, and not only is he did victor pay him twenty dollars for this hot remission, and like I made sure to like look close up as like. eller Bell! He's doing this for, but then he like this is how untrustworthy this motherfucker is like. S You, and he's like full body descriptions. This is who else this is what I told. I'm like you're GONNA you're. GonNa wind up dead. I mean that's almost where I start to feel sorry for him because I'm like you stupid son of a bitch, like yeah, you are a bartender. Part of your job is to just keep up a close lip in a low profile like no one. Really I was watching with my sister and she's a big Zach same thing she's like this man talks too much. Why are you talking so much? And Board. Suspicious to you that so many people are asking about the same piece of information. I would have quit my job. I would have been like I gotta go because I don't know what's going on, but it's it's up. About Tony of all people like somebody got about in a hopefully a very long time. Everyone's coming in to ask about Tony. People always murdered. Yes exactly like you have a woman in a suit. You have a a pecan Sandy, looking dude, and then you have like Italian guy coming up to. And Asa accent all asked him. Ing Lake. But he June are of the same kind I. June in Greg wound up with together. We cut to a commercial break at the end of that, and then when we come back, we see Clare in Jason's mansion. Clare's in her bed and it looks like she sorta Internet asleep. up and turns relates lights on to see June in her room, holding a gun. This is gonNA. Be The last clip we play until the very final end We're GONNA. Play one sixteen, Fifty, six to one, twenty-one. Oh nine. Unclear. God what you doing. What, Is it distracting I thought it might convey how unhappy I am. Junior you medication Dr Yardley took care of that. Cut The act clear. I don't know what you're talking about. You and I are going to have a heart to heart. I did my homework and I know everything. Cut Me completely confused here. I know about you Tony. I know about the affair I. Know About Your Fender Bender in the parking. Lot of the bar and I know that you in nick framed me for Jason's murder crazy June. Of wasn't seeing Tony. I had nothing to do with his death or Jason's. That's not what Greg said. Do you remember him Tony's front the bartender? I have him on tape saying that you're landscaper. was there asking questions right after Diane Disalvo and it's starting to look like you had something to do with her untimely death as well. You're insane. Maybe, but it's better than being guilty. This is also neat and clean. Why don't you just go to the police with your little fantasy and turn my own sister? We're blood Clare. What do you want June? I would like to know why you have done this to me, but that's for another time right now. What I need is your cooperation with what my plan. You and I are going to become partners. I Want Sammy to have the life. The heat deserves this life your life. I could never give him that on my own. It's simple. Nick takes the fall for Jason Steph all alone and use split half of your inheritance with me so that Sammy and I can live happily ever after that's ridiculous, June. It'll never work. That's why we have to kill him I thought that might hit a nerve. I have a feeling that the two of you are more than just friends. Tomorrow night you call neck and tell him to come to the house. You. Tell the police he came in while you were asleep. Say He raped you. He had been obsessing over you for months. He told you that he killed Jason Inflamed me so that the two of you together? You've had no choice. You had to kill him. It was self defense. Plant, a few of your photos and intimate items things that he stole from the House while he was working in the yard and that way, the police will never question his delusional and obsessive crush. Then I'm off the hook for Jason to have, and you still inherit all of this well at least half of it. I don't know what your game is here. But I don't believe you June. You're not the type. I am tired of being the victim Claire. I did it with Tony and I did it with you I went to prison for eight years I'm do. Call it restitution. It's your choice. Half of all of this or six by nine cell all to yourself for the rest of your life. How are you going to plant the stuff in town, House. I'm sure you have a key to his place. If you don't, you'll get one, then you'll bring me the key. And a collection of the items that he stole. And as soon as he leaves to come here. I will go there and plant them. And by the time you managed to save yourself from his vicious attack, I will be long gone. Once next buried and everything is settled. I'll contact you. where she remained tour. At the stadium on solder road at the South Gate. Be There at eight. Sat your date with Nick for nine. For that That was some good shit. June I needed that for meal. That would. Come on. If didn't know like. When Claire Wakes up in her sister's holding a gun and she's like. Why do you have a gun if you didn't know that she? Knew this whole time the June of a bone audio that was capable of the crime. She framed her for then there you go that. Was it like she? So calm took in this information. She was totally fine with that like that. That was just a needed that I love that movie is so. There are no. She's talked basically, and she has to go by this plan and this plan I have to say is truly genius and I, wonder like was that her and Charlie was at her Charlie Victor like was that all June like the way that they all came together on that I was like this. They might have criminal race like. Maybe that's something. They jail right so. then. The next day at the House Clare's. Pacing in her kitchen and her blue Silk Road. Really luxurious robe and she picks up. And she I. I did too I was. I might want to look into that I don't know. At a silk roads. Always felt like that. It doesn't seem practical, but they look so nice like she looks great. Yeah. It's like right, clean, only pajamas. She didn't picks up the phone. Speed dials neck Gardner on speed dial. I wonder and then she talks. She needs to see him that night, so June waits for Clare in the parking garage they talked about. Clare comes rolling up in her BMW. She gets out holding a paper bag. In brings it to Clare and tells she knows exactly why June, pick this place. This is where her dad used to take them to watch club football matches in astor. She remembers the time that their DADS sent them down there to get some hot dogs and soda. Would love a hotdog right now by the way. Doesn't a hot hotdog sound so like when we go back to a fair like that's where. I'M GONNA. Break my quarantine so. Then She's like. Yeah, we you know. We went down to get hot dogs a soda and you fell thought you broke your leg in. You were screaming in pain and I was so scared by Rancid Dad to bring him down there when we got there. You know you were fine. You remember that, right? You didn't break your leg. The doctor said it wasn't even Clare's like so fucking. What like what you're doing like? Digging up mysteries from our whole life route. Why you had such a bad life, you came here in got lost in like in a reverie in detailer all the things that. In their life, that made her hate her anche. Why do you hate me? And she goes I, didn't always hate you, but somewhere between everyone fawning over you because you couldn't take care of yourself and doing cartwheels to keep you from being depressed I, got a little bit sick of it. And I just wrote my notes so mean, but probably so fucking true like I comes up a lot like in siblings were like one represents the other one that needs. Air So. June cannot believe that she was jealous all these years and clear that she wasn't jealous. She just wanted a normal sister. She didn't mean to framer. She thought that her fragility would find way off, and she would get away with a slap on the wrist. Engine goes eight years Clare. Coal Years June if you haven't spent. I know eight years June like. If you hadn't spent them in prison, you'd spend them getting beat up by Tony Every night. DON'T BLAME ME! Oh. It's been the victim. It's the only role you know and I was like fuck you. Clare like dropped. Now. This is a motivation for all of the murders that you've done. It's not enough like I. Don't know why you're acting like ooh! Sure she got more attention. That's like a sibling rivalry type thing but it. Does it explain all done. Now it does and it. It. Always comes back to like, but then our parents got divorced and I'm like. Yes, everyone's parents get fucking divorce. Like grow forty five years old at least, and you have a little like. Shut up, Clare like. Living on easy street, but then again she's quick to point out like so basically. Nick comes out of. Nowhere and he's like. And he has a gun and she's like. Do you really think you'd get half my money? I worked hard for that money Junie. Living Jason was no easy task in so in a Nikko's. We both hard for this and I'm like Jason was bad lake. He also was like. Did. You need to do like an eight year like Lung Kong I feel like you could hit him with some poison. Two years in or like staged an accident. You didn't have to wait for her to get out of jail for eight years and then frame her for another murder. You didn't mean to frame her for the first murder in the first place, and by the way poison so easy to get away with like I've. I've obviously never poisoned anyone so I can't really say that with confidence, but I think women love to poison, that sort of like arte thing is like our poison. People right unlike. Especially in two thousand six, so many ways to get away with it. That aren't you're? Not even on the radar at that time, so Clare's that Sami will be sad at first, but eventually he'll get over it. Basically, she's saying you know. In her mind, she goes, she's going to have. Paint them killing Clare as her walking off of the Benjamin Franklin bridge into the Delaware very impulsive, no goodbyes and then she's like. Over it, so nick is about to shoot when Victor and Charlie come out for behind like A. Whole thing and they go. He Goes I. wouldn't do that so June tells claire that she thought she might try to pull something like this off and Clare says yeah and we just needed. In Charlie's yeah and we just needed proof so. Charlie. Av Setup in her bag and I loved you. As Boom Mike Lincoln really long cord. That just clearly came from the set Charlie. With it. Nothing is going to stop Charlie like. Hitting me just because she's been in prison for the last eight years doesn't mean she's not gonNA catch up on the latest and greatest like we're morning you can get. So They have all the prove. She plays back a piece of like the recorded tape that they have, and it's both of their full confessions. So nick goes to shoot Victor Victor's faster, and he shoots snake. He drops the gun right away. June picks up the gun and points it at Clare, and she tells her over. Okay, it's all over now, but Clare says June when impossibly shoot her. She couldn't so clare goes. Clare's like you know what you can't go back to present, and before like she turns her back and she runs back to her car then Charlie pulls her phone out. She calls one. She needs an ambulance and the police. It's now two weeks later. According to the title card the POPs up. It's a beautiful day, and they're surrounded by trees, bins house. House. We're GONNA play the very last very lifetime clip of this, but can we just like say that? We never got any closure on what happened with her sister, right? They never say like an then. They picked up Clare. Downtown and she went in like we all assume that she's in jail, but we never nick, is he? Did or is he in jail? because. They shake sired. Okay. I mean it's just the whole motivation was just truly lacking for me because I'm dislike. Nick committed these murders in. He didn't even have like the full picture for most of the time. He was in the Pussy. Girl like that's what. It is. But clears very manipulative. She played that data. By the way I have to ask you because it was occurring to me like when June was doing the whole like you guys. He's GonNa. Come over here. You'RE GONNA. Shoot them while you're. Like. Have you ever had to do a love scene on camera? No yet. Not I cannot imagine how uncomfortable that shit is. I really can't like people. Talk about it all the time about how? Very uncomfortable is but have not been put in that position yeah. But also like I think public narrative like when they're in an interview and they're like Oh. Yeah, it was like so awkward like it didn't mean anything. Yeah I I. I feel. Like I dated actor, and I was like well like I just feel like. Are you going to be doing like sex scenes? In anything and I'm like Bitch Lake. How easy it was for me to seduce you like it's not difficult. Yeah the COBB. Awkward depending on who the like. On TV and in film like you see a lot more older men younger women, so that's something that might make you uncomfortable, but like if it's like a pairing, that's just two people who are like clearly attractive. I don't think the narrative is true that it's like so offered. People are looking at you like you're not actually having sex, so how awkward can be? Wyatt. Like Ellie Kemper like and I appreciate her sort of like dialysis. Honesty about this but in. Going on a press tour about unbreakable Kimmy, Schmidt like Oh like you know like whenever I would have to kiss someone for a day like I would feel like I was in love with them and like. Like I was like in love with them, and I was like I knew it. Thank you for being honest girl like. Thank you for ninety knowing how honest you're being 'cause. I know like she's like a little kid in that way. This is our final scene. Our little button on the Home Movie One, twenty, six, twenty, nine to one twenty eight I. Think you'll be surprised how this ends up. So, have you talked to her since the list? Clare's on around now. Ever Know WanNa. See Her again. I can live this far out in the middle of nowhere a minute drive to spur pizza, I know. It's wonderful. Let me. See, let me see. Wow is up lucan. Fish and chips for dinner, Victor said next weekend I can go out on the boat with him, and we can catch the big fish. Really. Dear season's coming up. Pretty busy I could use a perk. have he's perfectly all right Captain Ahab. Cleanup that fish smell off you. Let's go. Leave now you're gonNA miss this part of the year. How long do I have to decide? Times you need. I don't know why that music always gives me chills. I'm Roque in dude they. The dead fish in the cooler, too, so if you. Watch a movie trigger warning. There are two dead fish in the cooler at the end I Thank you so much for coming in doing my. PODCAST Before we wrap up. I I'M GONNA. Put all of your information in the description below, so people can find you but is there anything you want to say about the movie itself? Are there any like lingering thoughts or notes that you had? US Will I wanna say I that I read the tagline on IMDB. In it says she may not be guilty, but she's far from innocent. In I. Don't know what that means. Like preaching Arthur, she's innocent. She is innocent. In every way. We trusting girl. Like you really had to fuck her over for her to pull anything on you. And she led her own sister. Go Lakers, sister, who just said all that shit to her. I would have shot through the. We at least tires like you're just gonNA. Let her leave. Yeah, I'm maybe I'm dirty like that and I don't even know it but I would fully tried something at the end. That should. She talked fuck that. Great? Reviews if you guys want to go onto IMDB. Yeah, I'm always shocked at like how no one else seems to have the sense of humor about lifetime movies that we draw. People are like this movie was not good like it was a good movie and like. Where somebody was lake. There so stupid there. There's like pauses where it's just a black screen and it's like. Partial they've had I've seen that. On a couple of lifetime movie reviews and I'm just. Like. Also like Rotting then they the awareness of TV program to realize like when you're watching something like of course, commercial breaks built in. It's a fucking TV movie TV and it's so weird because when you watch the older movies like a four, they built in those commercial breaks. It's actually kind of jarring to think. They had to put commercials in this. Is. A big movie of the weeks like. I feel like I remember now when I watched. Those like I feel like I. Remember Commercial Breaks Being Weird when I was a kid. It's just like a hard cut sometimes building like yeah, so okay. Is there anything that you want people to watch that? You've done any work that you're proud of? Mostly just like host stars on TV shows in like commercials and stuff right now, so you know hopefully upcoming, we'll have some bigger staff in. If anyone is looking for me, you can find me in the show. Notes I guess on Instagram your. Arm May I say one more thing which was just great I was looking at. Looking at the movie and TV, and so I looked up framed for murder, and another movie came up called framed for murder, a fixer upper mystery, which is a hallmark movie. Starring jewel who also grew up in Anchorage Alaska where I'm from. She was the only like famous. From their. Inside this really easy to share that. have shells so began either way fixer? Upper mysteries sounds like garage sale mysteries to me like the shirt. She fumbled the bag on that. That sounds exactly at my alley. I love the Gills, your girl. That's like your celebrity. That's what you guys. He's the only. Person From Alaska. Ever. Maya LASCA knowledge. I was thinking two days ago. I was like I should go to Alaska before I die, but truthfully I don't know if I deserve it because I just found out like five Oh that it's not an island I always. It was an island. I'm an idiot so like I just. Don't know in America, so you're already like ahead of. Canada if you guys didn't know if you Mita, taller more. Facts I think I'm probably the person you want to go to, but Oh, my God. I am so excited we did this. I'm so throw so cool. Thank you. You're amazing gas and I hope they you and I get to stay in touch if not just. About new men, but like I. WanNa! Be Your friend, so please stay. Home and thank you so much for picking amazing movie and. It's a talk soon. Thank you, you guys. Thanks for listening.

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