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The Most Anticipated New TV Shows of 2019, Part 1
On the January 17, 2019 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor in chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film managing editor Jacob Hall, weekend editor Brad Oman, senior writer Ben Pearson, and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to decide the most anticipated new tv shows of 2019. You can subscribe to /Film Daily on iTunes, Google Play, Overcast, Spotify and all the popular podcast apps (here is the RSS URL if you need it). Opening Banter: Brad gives his opinion on Jason Reitman’s Ghostbusters sequel. Our Feature Presentation:The /Film team meets in the virtual writer's room to try to come up with the top 25 most anticipated new television shows of 2019, from the already narrowed down list (please note that the notes are what we scribled down before this meeting and are a combination of official plot synopsis and info from imdb): The Mandalorian (Disney+, late 2019) first star wars live-action tv series producer Jon Favreau directors Dave Filoni, Deborah Chow (Better Call Saul), Rick Famuyiwa, Bryce Dallas Howard and Taika Waititi “The Mandalorian is set after the fall of the Empire and before the emergence of the First Order. The series follows the travails of a lone gunfighter in the outer reaches of the galaxy far from the authority of the New Republic.” Deadly Class (Syfy, January 16) Producers: Russo Brothers A coming-of-age story set against the backdrop of late 1980s counterculture, which follows a disillusioned teen recruited into a storied high school for assassins. The Umbrella Academy (Netflix, feb 15) Developed by Jeremy Slater Starring: Ellen Page, Tom Hopper, Robert Sheehan, Mary J. Blige “A disbanded group of superheroes reunite after their adoptive father, who trained them to save the world, dies.” Watchmen (HBO) Showrunner: Damon Lindelof Cast: Regina King, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Jeremy Irons, Tim Blake Nelson, Frances Fisher, Don Johnson “Television series based on the DC Comics series Watchmen, published 1986-1987.” ‘Russian Doll’ (Netflix, February 1st) created by Natasha Lyonne, Amy Poehler, and Leslye Headland Natasha Lyonne stars as "a young woman named Nadia on her journey as the guest of honor at a seemingly inescapable party one night in New York City. She dies repeatedly while at this party and she is just trying to figure out what the hell is going on." The Passage (Fox, January 14) Developed by Liz Heldens (Deception, Friday Night Lights) loosely based on the trilogy of novels spanning 1,000 years in the life of Amy Bellafonte, as she moves from being manipulated in a government conspiracy through to protecting humankind in a dystopian vampire future. ‘Living With Yourself’ (Netflix, 2019) created by Timothy Greenberg, executive producer of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Comedy stars Paul Rudd as George Elliot, who is “burned out and facing an impasse in both his personal and professional life. When he undergoes a novel treatment to become a better person, he finds he’s been replaced by a new and improved George — revealing that his own worst enemy is himself. Told from multiple perspectives with intersecting storylines, the philosophical comedy asks: Do we really want to be better?" little miss sunshine directors are producers Devs (FX, 2019) Written/directed by Alex Garland Starring: Sonoya Mizuno, Nick Offerman, Jin Ha, Zach Grenier, Stephen McKinley Henderson, Cailee Spaeny, Alison Pill follows "a young computer engineer, Lily [who] investigates the secretive development division of her employer, a cutting-edge tech company based in San Francisco, which she believes is behind the disappearance of her boyfriend." Good Omens (Neil Gaiman, Amazon) six-part television serial based on the 1990 novel Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman. directed by Douglas Mackinnon and written by Gaiman, who will also serve as showrunner. stars David Tennant as the demon Crowley and Michael Sheen as the angel Aziraphale trying to prevent the Apocalypse. Other actors include Jon Hamm, Anna Maxwell Martin, Josie Lawrence, Adria Arjona, Michael McKean, Jack Whitehall, Miranda Richardson and Nick Offerman. What We Do in the Shadows (FX, Spring) Executive producers: Jemaine Clement Taika Waititi Starring: Kayvan Novak, Matt Berry, Natasia Demetriou, Harvey Guillen Set in New York City and follows "three vampires who have been roommates for hundreds and hundreds of years." I Am The Night’ (TNT, January 28th) six-episode limited television series Starring Chris Pine and India Eisley Directed by Patty Jenkins, Victoria Mahoney, Carl Franklin Fauna Hodel, a young girl who was given up by her birth mother, sets out to uncover the secrets of her past and ends up following a sinister trail that swirls closer to a gynecologist involved in the legendary Black Dahlia slaying. “Modern Love” (Amazon, 2019) Written and directed by Sing Street director John Carney Anne Hathaway, Tina Fey, John Slattery, Catherine Keener, Dev Patel, Shea Whigham, Andy Garcia, Olivia Cooke, John Gallagher, Jr., Sofia Boutella Modern Love will explore "love in its multitude of forms – including sexual, romantic, familial, platonic, and self love. “Mrs. Fletcher” (HBO, 2019) Tom Perrotta (leftovers) Kathryn Hahn stars A divorced woman jumpstarts her love life by adopting a sexy new persona and discovers that her world is full of unexpected and sometimes complicated erotic possibilities. “Now Apocalypse” (Starz, Mar. 10) Gregg Araki, Steven Soderbergh,A group of four friends living in L.A. embark on various exploits pursuing love, sex and fame. Directed by Gregg Araki. Starring...no one. (Avan Jogia, Kelli Berglund, Beau Mirchoff, Roxane Mesquida) “The Loudest Voice in the Room”(Showtime, 2019) Tom McCarthy, Jason Blum, starring Russell Crowe, Naomi Watts, Sienna Miller, Simon McBurney, Seth MacFarlane The Loudest Voice in the Room tells the story of Roger Ailes who "molded Fox News into a force that irrevocably changed the conversation about the highest levels of government, will help understand the events that led the rise of Donald Trump. The series focuses primarily on the past decade in which Ailes arguably became the Republican Party's de facto leader, while flashing back to defining events in Ailes’ life, including an initial meeting with Richard Nixon on the set of The Mike Douglas Show that gave birth to Ailes' political career and the sexual harassment accusations and settlements that brought his Fox News reign to an end. Told through multiple points of view, the limited series aims to shed light on the psychology that drives the political process from the top down." “Shrill” (Hulu, Mar. 15) Lorne MichaelsBased on Shrill: Notes from a Loud Woman by Lindy WestStarring Aidy Bryant Lolly Adefope Luka Jones Ian Owens John Cameron Mitchell Julia Sweeney Shrill follows "Annie, described as a fat young woman who wants to change her life — but not her body. Annie is trying to make it as a journalist while juggling bad boyfriends, sick parents and a perfectionist boss, while the world around her deems her not good enough because of her weight. She starts to realize that she’s as good as anyone else, and acts on it. “Snowpiercer” (TNT, 2019) Starring Daveed Diggs and Jennifer ConnellySet seven years after the world became a frozen wasteland, Snowpiercer follows the remnants of humanity who inhabit a gigantic, perpetually moving train that circles the globe. The show questions class warfare, social injustice, and the politics of survival “Turn Up Charlie” (Netflix, March 15) Starring Idris Elba, Piper Perabo and JJ Feild Turn Up Charlie centers on the titular Charlie (Idris Elba), a struggling DJ and eternal bachelor, who is given a final chance at success when he reluctantly becomes a ‘manny’ to his famous best friend’s problem-child daughter, Gabby (Frankie Hervey). “Black Monday” (Showtime, January 20) Starring Don Cheadle, Regina King, Andrew Rannells, produced by Happy Endings creator David Caspe Travel back to October 19, 1987—aka Black Monday, the worst stock market crash in the history of Wall Street. To this day, no one knows who caused it … until now. This is the story of how a group of outsiders took on the blue-blood, old-boys club of Wall Street and ended up crashing the world’s largest financial system, a Lamborghini limousine and the glass ceiling. “Fosse/Verdon” (FX, April) Starring Michelle Williams and Sam Rockwell, produced by Lin-Manuel Miranda Spanning five decades, Fosse/Verdonexplores the singular romantic and creative partnership between Bob Fosse (Sam Rockwell) and Gwen Verdon (Michelle Williams). He is a visionary filmmaker and one of the theater’s most influential choreographers and directors. She is the greatest Broadway dancer of all time. Only Bob can create the groundbreaking musicals that allow Gwen to showcase her greatness. Only Gwen can realize the unique vision in Bob’s head. Together, they will change the face of American entertainment – at a perilous cost. “Whiskey Cavalier” (ABC, February 24) Starring Scott Foley, Lauren Cohan, produced by Bill Lawrence (Scrubs), Jeff Ingold (Rush Hour), David Hemingson (Don’t Trust the B in Apt. 23), directed by Peter Atencio (Key & Peele) Following an emotional breakup, Will Chase (codename: "Whiskey Cavalier"), played by Scott Foley, is assigned to work with badass CIA operative Francesca "Frankie" Trowbridge (codename: "Fiery Tribune"), played by Lauren Cohan. Together, they lead an inter-agency team of flawed, funny and heroic spies who periodically save the world—and each other—while navigating the rocky roads of friendship, romance and office politics. “Tuca and Bertie” (Netflix, TBA) Starring Tiffany Haddish and Ali Wong, produced by Lisa Hanawalt, Raphael Bob-Waksberg, Noel Bright , and Steven A. Cohen, all of Bojack Horseman Two bird women -- a carefree toucan and an anxious songbird -- live in the same apartment building and share their lives in this animated comedy “Top of the Morning” (Apple, TBA) Produced by and starring Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon, also starring Steve Carell, Billy Crudup, Gugu Mbatha-Raw An inside look at the lives of the people who help America wake up in the morning, exploring the unique challenges faced by the women (and men) who carry out this daily televised ritual “The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance” (Netflix TBA) Starring Taron Egerton, Anya Taylor-Joy and Nathalie Emmanuel in the lead roles, and supporting stars Mark Hamill, Mark Strong, Simon Pegg, Natalie Dormer, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Eddie Izzard, Helena-Bonham Carter and more. Based on The Dark Crystal, Jim Henson’s groundbreaking 1982 feature film, The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistancetells a new epic story, set many years before the events of the movie, and realized using classic puppetry with cutting edge visual effects. The world of Thra is dying. The Crystal of Truth is at the heart of Thra, a source of untold power. But it is damaged, corrupted by the evil Skeksis, and a sickness spreads across the land. When three Gelfling uncover the horrific truth behind the power of the Skeksis, an adventure unfolds as the fires of rebellion are lit and an epic battle for the planet begins. Swamp Thing (DC Universe, May) Produced by James Wan, Mark Verheiden, Gary Dauberman, Michael Clear and Len Wiseman Directed by Len Wiseman Emerging from the swamp with a monstrous physique and strange new powers over plant life, the man who was once Alec Holland struggles to hold onto his humanity. When dark forces converge on the town of Marais, Swamp Thing must embrace what he has become in order to defend the town as well as the natural world at large. Stargirl (DC Universe, September) Starring Brec Bassinger and Joel McHale “Courtney Whitmore (aka Stargirl) is smart, athletic and above all else kind. This high school teenager’s seemingly perfect life hits a major speed bump when her mother gets married and her new family moves from Los Angeles, California, to Blue Valley, Nebraska. Struggling to adapt to a new school, make new friends and deal with a new step-family, Courtney discovers her step-father has a secret; he used to be the sidekick to a superhero. ‘Borrowing’ the long-lost hero’s cosmic staff, Courtney becomes the unlikely inspiration for an entirely new generation of superheroes.” Pennyworth (EPIX, 2019 tba) Produced by Bruno Heller and Danny Cannon Starring Jack Bannon “follows Bruce Wayne’s legendary butler, Alfred Pennyworth, a former British SAS soldier who forms a security company and goes to work with Thomas Wayne, Bruce’s billionaire father, in 1960’s London.” Wizards (Netflix TBA) DreamWorks Animated Created by Guillermo del Toro The heroes of Arcadia join forces in an apocalyptic war for the control of magic that will decide the fate of the entire galaxy. Creepshow (Shudder, TBA) Produced by Greg Nicotero No synopsis yet, but: ““Creepshowis one of the most beloved and iconic horror anthologies from two masters of the genre, George A. Romero and Stephen King,” Shudder general manager Craig Engler added. “We’re thrilled to continue their legacy with another master of horror, Greg Nicotero, as we bring a new CreepshowTV series exclusively to Shudder members.” The Righteous Gemstones (HBO, TBA) Starring Danny McBride/Jody Hill, John Goodman, Edi Patterson, Adam DeVine Produced by Jody Hill and David Gordon Green The Righteous Gemstonesfollows "the world famous Gemstone televangelist family, which has a long tradition of deviance, greed, and charitable work, all in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ." The Boys (Amazon, TBA) Dan Trachtenberg directed pilot, Eric Kripke and Rogen/Goldberg produced Starring Karl Urban, Elisabeth Shue, Erin Moriarty, Antony Starr, Dominique McElligott, Jessie T. Usher, Chace Crawford, Nathan Mitchell, Laz Alonso,Karen Fukuhara In a world where superheroes embrace the darker side of their massive celebrity and fame, THE BOYS centers on a group of vigilantes known informally as “The Boys,” who set out to take down corrupt superheroes with no more than their blue-collar grit and a willingness to fight dirty. THE BOYS is a fun and irreverent take on what happens when superheroes – who are as popular as celebrities, as influential as politicians and as revered as Gods – abuse their superpowers rather than use them for good. It’s the powerless against the super powerful as The Boys embark on a heroic quest to expose the truth about “The Seven,” and Vought – the multi-billion dollar conglomerate that manages these superheroes. THE BOYS is scheduled for a 2019 release. Carnival Row (Amazon TBA) Travis Beacham, starring Orlando Bloom Produced by Travis Beacham and Rene Echevarria Carnival Row will follow "mythical creatures who have fled their war-torn homeland and gathered in the city as tensions are simmering between citizens and the growing immigrant population. At the center of the drama is the investigation into a string of unsolved murders, which are eating away at whatever uneasy peace still exists.” “Too Old to Die Young” (Amazon, 2019) Written and produced by Nicolas Winding Refn and Ed Brubaker Directed by Refn starring Miles Teller, Billy Baldwin, Jena Malone, John Hawkes Too Old to Die Youngfollows "a grieving police officer who, along with the man who shot his partner, finds himself in an underworld filled with working-class hit men, Yakuza soldiers, cartel assassins sent from Mexico, Russian mafia captains and gangs of teen killers." Warrior (Cinemax, TBA) Created by Jonathan Tropper and Justin Lin Inspired by an idea from Bruce Lee, Warrioris “set at the times of the Tong Wars in the late 1800s in San Francisco” and “follows a martial arts prodigy originating in China who moves to San Francisco and ends up becoming a hatchet man for the most powerful tong in Chinatown.” “Y” (FX, 2019) Starring Diane Lane, Barry Keoghan, Imogen Poots, Lashana Lynch, Juliana Canfield and Marin Ireland. Based on the DC comic book series Y: The Last Man by Brian K Vaughn and Pia Guerrera, Yis set in “a post-apocalyptic world in which a cataclysmic event has decimated every male mammal save for one lone human. The new world order of women will explore gender, race, class and survival." “Les Miserables” (PBS, April 14) Starring Dominic West, David Oyelowo, Lily Collins, Olivia Colman, David Bradley. Six-part BBC TV adaptation of Victor Hugo's classic novel which “follows Jean Valjean as he evades capture by the unyielding Inspector Javert. Set against a backdrop of post-Napoleonic France as unrest beings to grip the city of Paris once more.” “Lovecraft Country” (HBO, 2019) Produced by Jordan Peele’s Monkeypaw Productions and exec produced by Misha Green, J. J. Abrams, and Ben Stephenson. Based on the novel of the same name by Matt Ruff, Lovecraft Country follows "Atticus Black as he joins up with his friend Letitia and his Uncle George to embark on a road trip across 1950s Jim Crow America in search of his missing father. This begins a struggle to survive and overcome both the racist terrors of white America and the terrifying monsters that could be ripped from a Lovecraft paperback." ‘Catch-22’ (Hulu, 2019) Starring Christopher Abbot, Kyle Chandler, George Clooney, Hugh Laurie, produced by Clooney. Catch-22 is described by Hulu as "the story of the incomparable, artful dodger, Yossarian, a US Air Force bombardier in World War II who is furious because thousands of people he has never met are trying to kill him. But his real problem is not the enemy, but rather his own army which keeps increasing the number of missions the men must fly to complete their service. Yet if Yossarian makes any attempt to avoid his military assignments, he’ll be in violation of Catch-22, a hilariously sinister bureaucratic rule which specifies that a concern for one’s own safety in the face of dangers which are real and immediate is the process of a rational mind; a man is considered insane if he willingly continues to fly dangerous combat missions, but a request to be removed from duty is evidence of sanity and therefore makes him ineligible to be relieved from duty." ‘Central Park Five’ (Netflix, 2019) Created byAva DuVernay Starring Michael K. Williams, Vera Farmiga & John Leguizamo. “Based on a true story that gripped the nation, the four-episode series will chronicle the notorious case of five teenagers of color who were convicted of a rape they did not commit.” Spans from spring of 1989, when each were first questioned about the incident, to 2014 when they were exonerated and a settlement was reached with the city of New York. Living With Yourself (Netflix, 2019) Created by Timothy Greenberg Starring Paul Rudd who also executive produces Living With Yourself begins when "George Elliot is burned out and facing an impasse in both his personal and professional life. When he undergoes a novel treatment to become a better person, he finds he’s been replaced by a new and improved George — revealing that his own worst enemy is himself. Told from multiple perspectives with intersecting storylines, the philosophical comedy asks: Do we really want to be better?" Four Weddings And A Funeral (Hulu, 2019) Created by Mindy Kaling Starring Jessica Williams Inspired by the 1994 British romantic comedy film, Four Weddings and a Funeral centers on Jess (Williams), the young communications director for a New York senatorial campaign, who receives a wedding invitation from her college schoolmate now living in London. She leaves her professional and personal life behind, in favor of traveling to England and reconnecting with old friends and ends up in the midst of their personal crises. Relationships are forged and broken, political scandals exposed, London social life lampooned, love affairs ignited and doused, and of course there are four weddings… and a funeral. Untitled Picard Spin-off (CBS All Access) Created by Alex Kurtzman Starring Patrick Stewart The continuing adventures of Captain Jean-Luc Picard, whose life was radically altered due to the destruction of the Romulan home world in the 2009 Star Trek reboot movie. The Politician (Netflix) Created by Ryan Murphy Starring Ben Platt, Jessica Lange, Gwenyth Paltrow, Zoey Deutch, Lucy Boynton Hour-long comedy with social commentary – the series follows the political aspirations of a wealthy Santa Barbara resident, with each season focusing on a different political race the lead is in. The Twilight Zone (CBS All Access) Created by Jordan Peele Hosted & Narrated by Peele, Starring Adam Scott, Kumail Nanjiani, John Cho, Allison Tolman, Jacob Tremblay, Jessica Williams The Act (Hulu, Mar. 20) Created by Michelle Dean and Nick Antosca Starring Patricia Arquette, Joey King, Chloë Sevigny, AnnaSophia Robb True crime anthology series. First season follows "Gypsy Blanchard, a girl trying to escape the toxic relationship she has with her overprotective mother. Her quest for independence opens a Pandora’s box of secrets, one that ultimately leads to murder." City on a Hill (Showtime, 2019) Created by Chuck MacLean, executive produced by Ben Affleck and Matt Damon Starring Kevin Bacon, Aldis Hodge Set in the early 1990s Boston, rife with violent criminals emboldened by local law enforcement agencies in which corruption and racism was the norm. In this fictional account, assistant district attorney Decourcy Ward (Hodge) arrives from Brooklyn and forms an unlikely alliance with a corrupt yet venerated FBI veteran, Jackie Rohr (Bacon). Together, they take on a family of armored car robbers from Charlestown in a case that grows to involve, and ultimately subvert, the entire criminal justice system of Boston. Hanna (Amazon, March 2019) Created by David Farr (who co-wrote the movie) Starring Esme Creed-Miles, Joel Kinnaman, Mireille Enos Based on the 2011 movie starring Saoirse Ronan. Equal parts high-concept thriller and coming-of-age drama, Hannafollows the journey of an extraordinary young girl, Hanna (Creed-Miles), as she evades the relentless pursuit of an off-book CIA agent and tries to unearth the truth behind who she is. Doom Patrol (DC Universe, Feb 15) Created by Jeremy Carver Starring Brendan Fraser, Alan Tudyk, Timothy Dalton, Diane Guerrero, April Bowlby Set after the events of Titans, the Doom Patrol – consisting of Robotman, Negative Man, Elasti-Woman, and Crazy Jane, and led by Dr. Niles Caulder/The Chief – receives a mission from Cyborg that they cannot ignore and will change their lives. All the other stuff you need to know: You can find more about all the stories we mentioned on today’s show at slashfilm.com, and linked inside the show notes. /Film Daily is published every weekday, bringing you the most exciting news from the world of movies and television as well as deeper dives into the great features from slashfilm.com. 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It's all about me. Dan, Patrick gas. There is more where that came from click back for new episodes all week, log broadcasting from the Mercedes men came you mean when he's doing the three sound. Reg, I said good footwork. I didn't say anything about the traveling or not this is Dan Patrick final hour on this Wednesday. It's a meet Friday on this Wednesday were in New York tomorrow and Friday. So we won't have the traeger grill fired up so more meet Friday songs during the final hour. Al Michaels, the great announcer from NBC sports will join us coming up his wealth poll question for the first two hours. Mclovin. The results so far who is more of a sure thing Trevor Lawrence or dying Williamson seventy one percents. He's. Yeah. I think with Zion. He's going to make his money's got guaranteed money. And I think he's going to be in the league for a long time with Trevor Lawrence, even though it sounds like looks like he's a sure thing not at that position. And we got a couple of years to wait for Trevor Lawrence this week Wednesday night hockey tonight. It'll be in the windy city at Nashville predators facing off against Patrick Kane and the Blackhawks tonight eight eastern on NBC. See as a. Seating. You've got to meet Friday song for me. Also this day in sports history. Paulie, do you have some information on that for me? Yes. Which when he offers let me do this day in sports history, and then meet Friday. So in one thousand nine hundred eighteen the NHL announced new rule that permitted goaltenders to leave their feet while making a save it previously. It was a penalty was called it the goalie sat or lay down on the ice to stop the puck nineteen sixty to the NFL banned the grabbing a face mask that meant at the winter meetings and sixty one said, you know, what that's okay, sorry, grabbing facemask for tackle is just five the things that you could get away with legally had slapped. Yeah. There were guys there are owners are saying guys is a slippery slope. Okay. I mean, we're just taking away the core of the game. I knew a guy who had they were called blow pads and you put them on your forms. And then you would you would use that as a defender, you would just hit the offensive guy. Whether it's alignment or the guy you're tackling. And he put. So there was there was padding. There was foam padding. On these forums. And he would have like plaster Peres. He would he would have it underneath where it was like rocks that it was just so hard. But you know, the outside looking in he gave the perception he just had these pads on his forms. Meanwhile, you know, he he was blasted people away back in the seventies. I feel more Seventy-three the your Philadelphia. Seventy Sixers had a twenty game losing streak and nine hundred seventy three. That was the famous nine Fred Carter, right? The nine nine win team in nineteen Ninety-one special committee of MLB authorities officially banned Pete Rose from being elected into the hall of fame in. That's all right. This day in sports history is brought to you by continental tires extremecontact DWA so six the ideal all season tire to get you where you need to go from sun to rain or snow continental tires engineered to tire for what you do is a continental tire dot com. For more details there the NFL job openings right now. Only got the dolphins. The Bengals you got the Browns and the jets which one gets filled. I hear feels like the Browns are narrowing this down to two or three candidates. What what jobs the least attractive right now? Would you say the Bengals even though they the Bengals have more of a face to them than the dolphins. Do I don't know if it's necessarily a great face. But you know, it's a cheap organization. It feels like you can keep your job a long time. Even if you're not very good. They're very patient. They're let's see. I mean the dolphins. Got to get a quarterback. Because they they just you know, at least the jets have Sam darnold and the Browns have Baker Mayfield. I probably go. The Bengals would be the least attractive than Miami. Rick neuheisel's said the jets over the Browns. But I still you know, because he said all they're desperate for a winner. They're they're really desperate for a winner in Cleveland because they've had heartbreak like the jets aren't good enough to have heartbreak. The Browns have had heartbreak they've gotten to moments where they could have gone to the Super Bowl, and they've had some really really bad moments there. I I would say the Browns would be my number one choice, then the jets then probably the dolphins and then Cincinnati. Yes, he do you take any pause though, with I know the Browns just had a hot half of a season. But they've had like twenty years of just absolute disaster. And it's pretty much the exact same people running. You knew have a new GM. The problem is that I'm not in favor of ownership when he gets involved, but your GM is good. Plus, I look at the division in Pittsburgh now has to reload. And that's going to be difficult. If you lose Antonio Brown lady on bell bench getting up there. The ravens had feels like they're old certainly on defense. And then there's the Bengals who are the Bengals. So if you're the Browns you have to look at this division and say it's there for the taking whereas the jets might look at the AFC east and say at some point Brady retires. At some point Bella check retires. Are you still going to be? Are you going to be good enough to be able to compete for that division? Even when that happens. Yeah. Mclovin, man. You just pay me. You just sell the on both jobs. Both those are wide open this time to get into they ABC's. Yeah. Because I'm not I'm not sold on the bills with what they're doing and the dolphins with what they're doing. So if you're the jets, you know, if you can be sort of the Browns version in their division where you able to get seven wins eight wins, then, you know, nine like, you just get to a point where you're competing for a wildcard spot here. And you hope at some point New England stops being New England. And then you have a chance to be able to take over. Yeah. Fritzy, are you a bigger hero? If you bring a winner not necessarily Super Bowl. But if you do great things with the Browns great things with the jets looking at, you know, New York and complicating something bring something special back to the jets for Brown's team. That's been a disaster for so many years. I think it's because it because it's New York, and then you're going to bring back the Joe Nemeth jets, Joe Willie is still with us to be able to. Then celebrate because it's been a long time in between celebrations there. In the Browns did have a run the Browns were the best team in football for years and then Green Bay came in. And then the Browns were sort of left in their wake. But it before Green Bay you had Cleveland and that they had a dynasty there. But I think New York just because it is New York and there'd be more fanfare involved in it. But but Cleveland is going to have an upside, you know, tremendous upside as well. Yarmuk it. Yeah, we Denver. We left out there down lunch hack and Fangio Vic Fangio, that's what all the reports. Are they're deciding between those two. Okay. Sorry for it you, but I don't know if people are excited about Mike, Jack, the sealers offense of life, not juicy names right there and Fangio his name is come up because now that's defense though. And then there's talk that you know, John Elway may trade von Miller. Is John Elway going to pull a Gruden ear. Trade away. Von miller. I don't know how attractive okay. Where would Denver be in there? Fan base. A lot of upside right now right now, there's a lot upset. I would go Browns. Jets. Broncos dolphins Bengals. Because I then verse not sold on their quarterbacking situation and John Elway's whiffed on the quarterbacks drafted, let's say loss all their a male Sanders towards a Kelly's, and Mary Thomas gone and felt Lindsay broke his arm there bereft all over the place. They lost Chris Harris junior. Dave a lot of old guys. I saw this. I think this is USA today. A Bleacher report, I'm sorry. Matt Miller says talk of Tyler Murray entering the twenty nineteen NFL draft is starting to heat up. I don't know if he's looking around going and Herbert went back to college. And I gotta Haskins who's going to be there's the number one quarterback perhaps. Quarterback at Duke quarterback in Missouri. They'll be I want. Yeah. It's still. Is he a first round talent? Is he a first round talent this year because we don't have? A plethora of quarterbacks year. Yep. Oh, don't you guys Kyla Murray and the draft just for the debate for four months of debate. I don't care what sport he plays. I just wanted to debate his height, and I can't wait for the player comps and all that stuff. Seneca loss, by the way, he could sell return to Oklahoma to that's gillibrand tweeted, that's the most likely outcome that he goes back to Oakland. Yeah. Gilles been calling things all offseason. So he might know something that there's a possibility of go back to Oklahoma. Why would you go? Wow. Because wouldn't national title. Yeah. But you can go right in and start your baseball career. He already turned out in the baseball once. Well, what is his future because then then we can speculate on what would you do if he's still wants to play baseball? Then don't go back and play football, get you. You've won a Heisman? Okay. You're probably not winning a national title you may compete on. You're not winning a national title. So why not play baseball, unless you've view this as you know, what one more year, I can really show them what I can do and this run pass option. That's that's suited for me. Amicably him in Lincoln Riley team up and go to the NFL next year. Dallas well, hold on. We can't get. I don't know whoever's bad here. We can't tell you about next year's coaching carousel. No, no. We can't do that. We can't kick Jason Garrett to the curb what happened to Lincoln Riley buzz. Remember a month ago? That's all we were talking about. I haven't heard his name in any raise. But I I don't I think he knew that. He wasn't ready for that move. I mean, just got there. And and if Murray is coming back, and if not I'm sure you'll get another great quarterback. I think Lincoln Riley probably looked at it and said if I do leave, where's the one place? I go Cleveland. So I can be there with Baker Mayfield. But I don't know he hasn't been there long enough where he may need the I'm assuming you need the experience of being a head coach. And if you can do that at Oklahoma before you go to the NFL, the NFL is not the end all Beal, it wouldn't be for me. The NBA wouldn't be the end game for me. If I wanted to see you wanna controls much as you possibly can. And in college, you can control it. He doesn't have to deal with the general manager. I mean, you can say athletic director, but you're not dealing with GM. And I I would stay in college. If you're going to make that kind of money now, you're starting to see some paychecks. Go up a little bit Pete Carroll gets eleven million a year. Then all of a sudden the price of poker went up because nobody knows what Bella check makes. Why don't we disclose coaches salaries? In the NFL. You normally don't see that. But we do reveal what the players make. We do reveal what coaches making college, but not the NFL when. Yeah. Just last July Oklahoma gave Lincoln Riley a five year contract for twenty five million dollars. They ripped it up and extended it six days ago. But those things don't matter. Right. We're going to give you a ten year deal, but you can get raises without Leon these days. Yeah. You don't have. Nobody honest contracts either way if you perform it in college, you get a freshman or you're gone. They can't afford Lincoln Riley to go. They could afford to pay him Gus in Los Angeles. I guess what you have for me. It's more than DP. How we doing? Good good. All right. All right. Just wanted to quickly touch on the clip Kingsbury thing really quick is that why is it that the NC double A gives so much leeway to the coaches, but not to the athletes. It's like this is going to be like the debate that never end. Yeah. Is that many DS takes the job at temple a few weeks later. He's the head coach at Miami. Clip Kingsbury does that to USA now and my bias because I'm gonna Trojan little bit, but he doesn't see US's, and he goes to rezone a- how come they athletes? Can't do that. It's like everyone talks about. Well. It's a great opportunity. It's a great opportunity. If I was a quarterback next year coming into my freshman year, like Arizona state not that powerful of a school compared to say Alabama to Elise. They come to me. And they're like, hey want to be the starting quarterback. That's a way better opportunity for me to go play ball there. Why would I be able to get up and leave with the freedom that they give the coaches to get. Up and leave whenever they want. Thank you Gus for the phone call we've talked about this. They're worried about that. There would be an exodus in mass. Like, let's say ten guys decided that they didn't wanna play for a coach. And then you go to another program and you play right away. Like, you could change the fortunes of an entire football program. With both schools. If if ten say, hey, we don't wanna play for this guy anymore. That's what they're nervous about. But yeah, I'm right there with you where you know, what happened at the university of Miami. I mean, that's embarrassing. It is. But we don't we don't hold coaches accountable way the way, we do kids. And it's not fair. Cliff Kingsbury going to USC, I I wouldn't have let him interview because you said that's where you wanted to be you said to the head coach this is where I wanna be if I'm coming there. This is where I wanna be I'm going to hold you to that. At some point. I have to I have to value your word like what is your word? What does it mean to you? Because there's value in that in who you are if it's a got a better job. Then you never should've come here in the first place. USC never should have taken a chance on him. If they knew that. There was any inkling and there was inkling that there are other teams in the NFL interested in him as an offensive coordinator. Then you would say, you know, what you cannot interview for any NFL head coaching jobs. You can't interview for any NFL jobs. We want you here if we're going to hire you than we have, you know, we're married, by the way. Did you see where the richest man in the world's getting a divorce? Jeff bezos. And I think he made all of his money after he got married. What's the return policy on that check to find like Amazon, which is settlement in the world coming up? I I don't know what like what would the pre-nup B because he wasn't making all this money. Then he got married, and then he made all this money lifetime Amazon prime membership. Okay. Sweeten the deal on free shipping. Edison reshipping for life. You know, at what does that those fire sticks or whatever they give you for your TV? What is she? What is he worth one thirty seven billion and counting fast like he's blowing past people until? Do you write a check for sixty five billion house that we're actually direct deposit? Would is this the potentially the largest divorce settlement in his biggest part of it. According to some reports are he married his wife before he started Amazon well before he started Amazon. Isn't Neil diamond on the hook for the largest divorce settlement of all time. He was until this. She took the good music. That's me. No problem with I love Neil diamond. I only he only bothers me when bars are closing and they put his songs, which one sweet Carolina and we parked. I'm not big on that one. In other. Crackle, and Rosie Neil Diamond's still bringing it though. Yeah. But I think he's on the hook for the largest divorce settlement like a million all the hold his beer. I feel like was to Steven Spielberg. Get divorced. There's like another movie guy that has a monster. One. Yes. None of them are in the billions, though, we just asked Neil diamond if you still on the hook. And he said. Thank you. Who some it? Somebody just said, I think paulie just said we just hit Neil diamond about like a week or two for this. And he said, and he's now Neil cubic. That's you. He's not a not a diamond anymore after his divorce has a good job. Call Michael Jordan's up there too. I think he had a couple of hundred million. What about LT GRA? This list. They're all everyone you mentioned on there is Spielberg on there. Oh, yeah. Okay. I love it. There's a wicked PD of this. Oh, look who's on there. As soon as the top Jeff pays those that didn't take long dodgers owner mcchord is on. All yes. Frank McCord Rupert Murdoch. He's in there. What would they would? They shell out for Rupe? Yeah. This is in ninety nine thirty one years he'd been married. One point seven Bill. Well, that that kicks Neil diamond to the curb. Here's a where once Schwarzenegger had to pay Maria Shriver a lot three hundred. But I don't think they got divorced. I don't think they legally got divorced. Is Spielberg number one right now on that list. You give up a billion Steve Wynn seven hundred forty one the biggest one I could find is a American French American, businessman and art dealer. Alec Wildenstein divorce, his wife Jocelyn, and he had to pay up. It says three billion dollars. So that's tops. Jeff bezos. He would take that right now. Yeah. He would say all right. What's it gonna cost me three billion? Okay. But like Jeff Bezos starts dating. And the girl goes what do you do for a living? That's a tough. On a little small business. And if she could've marry you for who you are asked Paul McCartney is also on the list of most expensive divorces when he married Heather Mills for about two weeks and gave up fifty million, but he had a kid whether to doesn't for that was that was the double whammy there and she slithered away into his life. And then all of a sudden. Get through the curb. Wow. Fifty million though, that's not bad though. For Paul McCartney. I think if the rate is justed. It's a hell of a per diem. I know this time next year there's going to be a tie on the tenth richest person in the world list. It's gonna serve Joe's ex wife. All right. We'll take a break. L Michaels will join us coming up next here on the Dan Patrick show. The fight for the football postseason is underway. And the sports betting expert. RJ bell is wired into the big game. I feel good about it. And thank you so much for all the support really means a lot tune into here. The best analysis and play by plays before RJ heads to Atlanta for the final showdown. Jim Jabir all you want as long as you're one of the best guys out there. We'll deal with it. And then when you're not by by download RJ bells dream preview every week on podcast one sports net or wherever you get your favorite podcasts. See nor was the other day. I was at Lowe's, and they had this huge craftsman display with all their tools. It was read. It was glory. 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But you wouldn't be into our meet Friday on meet Wednesday today because we have hot dogs, and we have chicken, and when's the last time you had a hot dog. Yesterday. No, I think it was maybe maybe Monday. No, they have hot dogs at the at the club, and the golf club very, very good chicken. I like chicken to remember. It's just it's just vegetables, it's vegetables, and it's mushrooms and onions that are revolting everything else is, you know, fish is good. Great steak is terrific, and that wonderful steak we had from Wisconsin. When a visited the studio in Los Angeles. We'll do that again. I hope we can re reprieve that hopefully in the next couple of months, well rounded, you cook. Do I cook? I used to barbecue. I would throw a steak on the barbecue. That's about as far as would go. But my wife would have to brush it. Potato in the in the oven. And that's about as far as we will. We may even do that tonight. All right. Let me start with the important stuff. The Chris Collins were slide into the frame into the picture to start the broadcast. When did this become a phenomenon? I think about maybe a month or six weeks ago and somebody brought it up to me. And then more and more people brought it up, and I guess it became a big deal, you know, on social media and the internet and all that I was not aware of it. You know by going to the internet, but people were telling me about it, then I had to go and see what it was about. And so we decided we would have a little bit of fun. I think it was the game in Los Angeles. It was the eagles. And the Rams we thirteen or fourteen out here the Coliseum and we figured out. You know, what let's let's have a little fun with this knowledge it, so we even thought at one point what I would do is. I would turn to my left, and then Chris would sneak in from the right? And I'd turned around as if I was surprised, but that was over. Overdoing it. So all we did was bring him in from the right side the folks out there. No, hey, we're with you. We get what's going on role in this together. Let's have a lot of fun. When I didn't know if he was sliding in or your camera was just widening out. So it gave the appearance the Christmas sliding in or is it a combo. It's a combo platter. You know, most of those those that we do the on cameras from our very small. They're very very tight. And Chris, you know, really has to sit next to me. But to get out of the initial shot when I'm coming on, and you know, laying out the groundwork for the game, and what you know, the the big stories are and then bring Christian for the analysis. So what he has to do is is lean out at about a, you know, maybe a forty five to fifty five degree angle. So his torso is closer to mind on camera, but the shoulders and the head or at a forty five degree angle for the outside. And then he kind of comes. He comes angling. Let's put it that way. How often do you? You bite your tone on saying something critical about the officials. A lot. You know, the one thing about the officials. This is a very hard game to officiate. I mean, it's really it's insane. To think that a an official can see everything you've got twenty two fairly massive bodies colliding on every play and these guys are supposed to detect every single move move. And and and get it. Right. The first time and the only time I really get frustrated is when the the announcement don't tell you what happened, and I guess that was, you know, my frustration from time to time, you know, through the years. Hey, what happened? We're trying to figure this out. We kinda know the rule book. Now, I've Terry mcaulay. And there was well thank God who, you know, longtime official to kind of parse through through everything. And you just want to know what the end of the play what what's the deal? What's what is the rule? What tell me what the rule is. And you know, through the years, we've found a lot of a lot officials are are good. Some are much. Better than others. But you know, I do understand that this is a this is the toughest game to officiate by far. So you know, you wanna give them as much leeway as you can. But you do. But you do want to know what the end of the day at the end of the play. What's all tell me? Tell me what the rule is. And what even terported the way you have? Living in Los Angeles. Can you explain to us why Los Angeles has embraced the Rams for more than the chargers. Well, the Rams were here for a number of years and most of the people that you know, that I grew up with around here when I went to high school in the Rams were here and the chargers at started here. But in the American football league, which nobody was really paying a lot of attention to in nineteen sixty they were here one year, and then they went to San Diego. So they were never Los Angeles. As team they were saying the egos team between sixty one and a couple of years ago. The Rams were part of the fabric here, and we even showed it on the game. This your Dan where you know, the first time I ever went to the Coliseum you go back to nineteen fifty eight. I'm just a kid. I just moved out here. They're playing the Chicago Bears. The crowd was one hundred thousand four hundred seventy one hundred thousand four hundred seventy great game Rams one forty one thirty five southern California is forty. Percent larger now than it was then. So when people say, oh, you know, can the ram school the stadium? I'm going, wait a minute. If you drawn thousand nineteen fifty can't get seventy five thousand I don't understand the man. So that's why the Rams and the Rams got back here. I you know, they had a a year head start on the chargers. The Rams are playing in the in in Konic stadium. Even though it's under construction right now. It doesn't look good at the moment. And the chargers are playing soccer stadium which holds about twenty to twenty nine thousand people. So that is why you know, the ram it's kinda like Lakers clippers and sort of like, you know, dodgers angels. It's kings against the ducks. The other teams may have some success. But still I mean, it's going it's always going to be the dodgers. It's always going to be the Lakers always. And I mean, it's like Chicago to Chicago. The the fact is the people forget everybody remembers the cubs winning the World Series a couple of years ago. Wow. You know, it's eighteen million usually wanted. The White Sox wanted. About twelve years ago. There's anybody talking about the fact the White Sox one. So it's like Chicago to it's always going to be coverage. One White Sox to same thing out. Here will always be Rams one chargers too. But the chargers are making some inroads right now they went on Sunday. All of a sudden, there'll be a lot of buzz around here, you have the game on Saturday between the the chiefs and the colts in two more key quarterbacks here, obviously, you know, Andrew lucked being back. But it is there a subplot that you're looking to emerge here or preparing for it to emerge in this game. I think one of the most interesting mashups is going to be that Colt defense, which has gotten so much better. This Darius Leonard is is something he's the the linebacker should win defensive rookie of the year. Got Kenny more on the back end. They've got some good players. We saw them against Tennessee watch them now. Evolve. You've got luck playing great. You know at the beginning of the year. Nobody knew if Andrew look to throw a football. And he started out fairly slowly, and they were one in five and they'd lost to the jets, and they look terrible. And they got the offense together and Morlin MAC is turned into a, you know, a really good running back, and we know about T Y Hilton. He's been there for years, but on the other side of the ball. I think they've done a tremendous job and Matt eager you may get a head coaching job at some point. Because of the job he has done as the defensive coordinator. So I see in the colts. I mean, it's pretty it's it's an amazing story in many ways a lot of credit goes to Chris Ballard, the general manager. I mean, he took some chances in the draft. He built an offensive line of Quinton Nelson is a monster. I mean, and I said it on the air when we had the Tennessee game. You pick a guard number one. Nobody's too excited about the an offensive guard is the least glamorous position football the fans want you to draft, you know, running back if you need a quarterback, obviously a quarterback somebody, you know, Joey Bosa maybe somebody like that the pass rusher. Nobody's gonna get excited about a guard. But you you actually this guy on tape and everything. Wow. And they've done. I think he's done a fantastic job. The best thing that happened to them. Of course, Andrew luck in doing what he's doing. But I think you know, that we know about what the chiefs offense is it's great. They can you know, run up sixty points. But that indie defence is much better right now than it's been. And I think that's going to be a heck of a match. What's the most surprising game that you've ever called with the outcome of you didn't see that happening? Oh, man. There's so many of them. I mean, I think that you know, I'm going I was just thinking about the believe it or not the Rams tight and Super Bowl back after the ninety nine season. And it wasn't the first half was pretty boring. I think it was nine nothing Rams and took a sixteen lead to looks like the game was over and Jeff Fisher rallied the troops on the sideline of Tennessee. The titans coach at that point tied the game with two minutes to go. So, wow, you know, here we are in an Isaac. Bruce caught a touchdown pass right after the two minute warning from Kurt Warner that was the year that the Rams came out of nowhere and all of a sudden the greatest show on turf evolve from a foreign twelve season, and he had Warner and fork, and you know, is a, Bruce and Torry Holt and all of that. And then the titans came back. And and and got it all the way down the field and the game ended on the one yard line with a great tackle by Mike Jones on Kevin Dyson. So I mean that that was I wouldn't say that was the most surprising game. It was it was as exciting as any game. I can remember. And just to have it evolve. That way in a way, you know. It's so funny because you're always thinking about the wacky things the most recent and the review wackier games, and we we've been in Chicago the other day. I mean, what can I tell you everybody saw everybody's talking about it. You know, Chris some something the perfectly the double doing ending the game. So, you know, through the years I've been so many I think about eight hundred NFL games now kinda pre and post season and all of that. So some of them run together. But you remember the fantastic endings. NFL games than you. I don't think anybody probably because I've done this with thirty three years thirty three seasons. Started in eighty six on Monday night when over to NBC and oh six so we've done about I don't know twenty some odd games a year plus playoffs. Plus, so I think I'm I'm in seven hundreds for sure. At that point. I don't know. I don't think I don't know that anybody's done anymore. Maybe I know Pat Shurmur Frank Gifford did it for twenty seven years for Frank, you know, several hundred but I can't think of anybody who's under for thirty three. Well, hopefully, you continue doing a long time there. Hell, I don't know. I it, you know, we we don't do this with broadcasters like we do with athletes like, you know, we're we we keep trying to push Brady out the door. It seems like like you get to a certain age where like in time for you to retire. Thankfully, we don't do that to us. I hope I hope you don't come on. Now, I want. I I gotta tell you. I I love it as much as I ever had maybe more because I know, you know, closer to the end of the career beginning, I get that. But I draw such inspiration from people I've been Scully, you know, Vinnie was eighty eight and he was still great, man. Marv Albert still going strong Brent Musburger. You look at these guys. They did it for a long time. And I think I told you once I went through a Bruce Springsteen concert a couple of years ago. I'd never seen him. And he's running around the stage for three hours and forty minutes. Doesn't take a break gets crowd surfed. He's all over the place playing the hell out of every song. And I'm thinking to myself I'm walking out of the sports from tonight's going. You know, what this guy just did this for three hours and forty minutes of the age of whatever it was that point sixty six or sixty seven he's done this. He's gonna do it again in two nights. Then he's going to do it again in two more nights. I think I could do a few football games. I really do after watch. Ching springsteen. So I draw my inspiration from that. Yeah. You're just sitting there in a comfy seat talking. I mean, that's. I mean, it's not too demanding. Right. People. Nah. Yeah. You know, Mike. Do you know, it's a dren allies band because it's exciting and you're doing stuff on the fly. And it's all live. And you know, the greatest thing about this job. There's no second take. So once in a while, you're gonna say something you wish you could you know, pull back. I get it. I mean, you know, you can't dispense eighteen gazillion words, and I have a few funds and I've had in my career. I get it. But it's so much rental is going to be there. And to think, you know, hey, you gotta be so sure razor sharp, and I don't know that those three hours this absence of my brain open up, very wide. And then at the end of the game, I go back to go. And you know, who's my next door neighbor? Kansas city. Al thanks for joining us as always safe travels you to take your that's Al Michaels. NBC Sunday night football on Saturday late afternoon. Kansas City in the colts, his memories, what's remarkable? And you know, I've I've said this a few times in and I will continue to say it. He helped me probably more than anybody has ever helped me with the single event when I did the Olympics, and I was overwhelmed because I was I was trying to consume all of this information, and I hadn't done it before. And al-said man, take it thirty minutes at a time. So just know what you need to know for the next thirty minutes, and then thirty minutes in so you're doing six hours of live TV at the Olympics, and there's no net. So it's you know, there's tension there you add tension to it. But Al was just calming in saying in. Joy this like, you don't you don't do this job to be stressed out in not enjoy it. Enjoy it thirty minutes at a time the AFC so in that thirty minutes, how how much of that thirty minutes are you on camera doing a segment and then how much downtime? Do you have to say prep for whatever your next segment is or then get to that next thirty minutes. It depends. It depends on because it changes where you have a producer saying we're going out to this. Or you're going to have an inch studio guest. But he just said block it off in thirty minute increments. So you'd go K. What are we doing what our next segments here then I would prepare for those segments. Now, you had to do your homework. So you had a backdrop there on athletes information events that you could work through that. But if it came down to something specific where you're having somebody just one in judo and she's coming in. Then I have to look at her bio again come up with five questions. And then do that process that and then we would go to the next event or the next thing would come up? So it still reacting in real time. But I broke it down to half hours instead of trying to think of it as the entire Olympics. Do you have some kind of trick or something like some mental game or something that you play that helps you retain information that you'd have some people will do they'll come up with a nickname to remember somebody's name. No, you know, those mechanisms that people. Do I found that the people who are really good at this? Have a great memory Costas has a crate memory, Allah has the best sports memory. I've ever been around when when you sit down and have dinner with him. I can say, you know, that Seventy-nine pirates team, and he'll tell you date inning temperature. Amazing. You know, they when they were playing the Orioles, Dan, I remember game. Like, you're just it's it's it's possible to remember all that he's remembered, but Jim Lampley has one of the great sports months. They're just certain people who are able to take snapshots of their entire career of sporting events. And remember that and retain information yesterday did you ever in your early days before you got a lot of reps under your belt to have one of those panic or exiled attacks where you just felt overwhelmed like when you're about to take a midterm refinery, and you just freeze, and you think you're forgetting everything he's supposed to do. I still have nightmares. To this day of walking down to sportscenter and not having any scripts written or that I'm gonna show up late for sportscenter. To this day. A couple of times a year. I I will wake up. 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Working it Out with Jillian Michaels
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I think it's inconvenient to P during her day. I think it's the most time consuming most consuming so time consuming after force you to go to the bathroom. He'd do. All right when I asked Jolie Jolie engine. Do you have to go to the bathroom? If you do baddie of you get both at the same time at the airport. You're like God. Like, no. Because in that just wasted five minutes to have to we have to walk down. We have we could have been home, five minutes sooner. We had to sit in an hour of Elliott traffic on the way, home and you wanted to sit that we're having a p. Yeah. Okay. You you literally force me to go to the bathroom. Yes. I do really Jana go to the bathroom. It was like Joliet. Could you guys insane? But you both on your little potties next to each other. The white both of you. No, I just I don't know what it is. But I knew I had to I had to actually p about an hour and a half ago, of course. But again, it's there's so many things I have to do before I use the bathroom like, my friend. Rachel our talking about this when they came to visit over the holidays, and I said, I have to go the bathroom, but then I'm not going to go because I have to do I have to I walked past the laundry. So I have to put the laundry in the dryer. And then I'll stop by their frigerator because I'll probably have to make something for Jolie, and then I'll see something on the counter that ought to do. And then I'll like take a phone call. And then it's five hours later, and I'm like I have a bladder infection. Meanwhile, if I feel like I have to go bathroom just a little bit. Good time goes to go to path room. And I'm gonna stop whatever it is. I'm doing in that moment to go have my time sanctuary. And I realize now that y y when I was a kid my dad would take so long in the bathroom where they had to go number one or two I realized it was escape from the kids. And now, I'm realizing I'm becoming that guy. That's what's so frustrating is because I knowing I know when you're in the bathroom because it's at least twenty to thirty minutes of where's okay? And your I opened the door and you're playing solitaire on your on your phone or something that'd be more realistic five minutes, but even five minutes over time. Thank ten your feet will go you're my legs like go to sleep. If I sit on their longer than that. That's when you know, you're onto long when I stand up or something like my feeder tingling because they fell asleep. From sitting down too long become full on compensation. But since we're on this topic. But the kids I see stolen isn't let me go to the bathroom because of their day. I've actually sat down because I had to and so Julie comes into. Mommy, poo poo. And I was like kind of just have five minutes. Even when I take five minutes. I still won't get five minutes. Archer? She joins us to too. What's funny about you? Is when you're like, hey, can can you hold jas because after the bathroom, and I'll be in the middle of doing something. And you're like, hey, can you hold it in my head? I'm like, what do you do when I'm not here? Like, do you do not, oh, actually, I do know him in my arm literally have. So I was like I to go so bad. I couldn't put him down and kept crying sales. Like James in the potty with me, you ought to one arm cradling them, and I'm like, wiping. That's right. They're fair life anyways. Well, that was a fun little topic for your there, you go put them from poem. And I still have to p ladies. And so we have Jillian Michaels calling in any minute. And I just do realize how big of a fan. I am of hers are fodder. Good until you started geeking out. I know. So I'm such a big fan of hers that I actually went to one of the biggest loser. Finale live tapings in LA. You would I know. I just think it's so good. She's so mean that she's just like awesome. She's like the Abby Lee Miller of of workouts, Irv weight loss loss. I feel like that's you have that persona in you wish you could be more mean, I know, you're you're already an alpha and the boss, but you wish you had more mean in your body. Yeah. Like that. I I feel like I have a lot of people listening right now, Catherine, Greg. You can kind of be me you can. The ones closest to you. We definitely know you can be put your hearts and get a place. They're seeing has has to say about her. Oh, so there's stuff going around right now that she totally dissed the Kito diet. And so so what does the Cato dive into diet is basically the whole thirty. But it lets you have wine in it lets you have some fruits not all through. It lets you have it basically is putting your body to ketosis. Is that the right word nortre? Is that Mark? Yeah. So there's certain things even have it's it's very similar to the whole thirty. But she hated on it and Al Roker a few of the people or Andy Cohen just said, well, basically disturb back. So I'm really curious to see what she thinks is we tried the whole thirty and I wanted to quit every few house like Michael come on. We don't have to do this. We don't have to deprive help justifying everything really wanted my glass of wine. So I'm on the on the wind thirty I'm calling. I'm still doing the whole thirty. But I'm letting myself drink wine because why the F I sent a text message to Juliette I go, look, I'm thirty five year old king adult if I wanna have it. I think glass of wine I'm going to have one because I can justification rationalization. So whatever is what everyone everyone does when they have a New Year's resolution. Everyone was like what? No, I'm an adult. I'm still following some of the rules for the month. We're following a lot of the rules. Besides the Donut is eight. Besides that. I'm pretty sure it was thirty compliant. It was a thought he said we weren't doing that are wasn't until I saw it and going to have to. That's why. From our fault famous. What do you think you're going to ask Chilean? I got questions there is gonna be more like a workout questions. I'm interested. Our two things down. We're talking this. Ask her on there. Okay. Well, that was fun. A lot of fun. You want to discuss the questions now at of all the things she's done. She's done a ton. Right. What does she most appro proud of probably a can't initiate? We're accomplished mercy. Mr problem. Most proud of proud of talk. Oh, by the way, we got into an argument the other day, Mark. And Michael was the biggest a hole in the whole entire we've talked about this. You're supposed to save all arguments for this podcast. This one we could not table. So we got into probably are I blow out in a minute. Yeah. It was a while in. So behaviors come up more like we both kinda pretended. It didn't happen. Talk to my therapist about it though sorta. Yeah. So I we are we going to process it with our couples therapist. We keep him in the dark. Don't need to know. Okay. Well, anyways. So we're in we're in the bed, and he's being really mean because he gets really mean when we argue like says really nasty things off line. I can be mean, by the way, though sidebar when people go off line they also can kill spouses. So that scares me when you say, well when I go off line, I say mean things. I'm not a monster. Maybe these people. Saying, you know, things people can go off line. You never know what to do. Anyways. We got into this argument, and he made fun of how I talk. He was maybe if you speak clearer, and I that shooting with. See, I know he basically says that I don't talk, right. Don't talk. Right. No. It's just you have a different view vocabulary than others. So basically if I said because charter the power outlet, I'm looking at it on the wall. Tools shorts. Charges things. So she's he said, there's a charger on the living room, and I got the living room and look for charger, and there's not a charger out there. And I said there's not a charges. They can't you know, the the thing you plug stuff in like the charger power outlet. She's again that thing. So God bless you, Honey, but e- mocked me. And that was very nice that we're not where I was going with that. That can't be would lead to the argument. No, the argument it we can't talk about it on air. I got triggered. Oh, this is what happened triggered by something. And he was also thinking about so I got triggered. And I will I in that moment. I would have liked if he acknowledged the trigger because he was also thinking too, and I wasn't ready to say, hey, grew topic. We're Julian so let's definitely talk about those okay to call right now. We'll yes. But this is a good teeth. So you will elaborate more after we talked to Jillian it's love your voice, Mark soon. And will elaborate more after we talked to Jillian. Okay. So Michael, and I are moving to Nashville, and we are knee deep right now in designing our home, which is why I'm so excited about joy bird. So each joy bird piece. It's furniture. It's made by hand with care and precision. He's in high quality hardwood in responsibly source materials to fit your exact specifications. They're also a limited lifetime warranty included. So the best part is that there is a three hundred sixty five day home trial. So you skip the furniture store, and you basically bring the showroom home. You get to sit on it sleep on it and break it in. And if you don't love your joy, you return it for a full refund, and it's hassle free in home delivery. But even remove all the packaging materials, and you get free returns within two weeks a delivery. So I just ordered the sotto chair in Taylor felt gray and Maplewood, it's really clean lines. Perfect sized put under a standing lamp or in the corner with a blanket draped over it. It's actually going in our room sweetheart, so yeah. So. Let's see how joy board is revolutionizing online furniture shopping create the furniture that brings you joy today at joy dot com slash Janna. Go to joy dot com slash Janet. And receive an exclusive offer for twenty five percent off your first order by using the code Jonah along with our new furniture. We're also going to be outfitting all of our rooms in our house with the best sheets out there Brooklyn. He's trying to thirty life in your sheets. So if you're looking for a New Year's resolution better sleep is a great place to start ho new year new you at new sheets to that. She's just don't feel amazing. But they look great to mix and match over twenty plus colors patterns, Jane, and I got a different color and pattern for each room. Just to keep it fresh. It's awesome. Brooklyn dot com is giving an exclusive offer just for our our listeners get twenty dollars off and free shipping when you use promo code John at Brooklyn in dot com. Brooklyn is so confident in their product that all their sheets comforters and towels come with a lifetime warranty. The only way to get twenty dollars off and free shipping is to use promo code Jonah at Brooklyn dot com. That's. Be are. Okay. L I N E N dot com. Promo code Janna. Hey jelly. Jillian you great. How are you? I'm good. We've been a little bit hectic lately. But good. So you're in New York right now. Right. I was talking your Instagram last night because I'm a massive fan. So you're in New York promoting your book. Right. Well, thank you. It's totally mutual and die yet that we were in Toronto. And now our New York. So I know how crazy today in the book tour is for you. But I'm just we're so thankful that you called in. Because again, like I said I've been a huge fan of yours for a long time. So I'm just am super. I know I know we only have you for ten minutes. So we're going to drill you right now. Is that cool. Oh, yeah. Okay. So obviously, we have to talk about the drama. That's going on right now about the Kito diet, and the things that you that I'm so sorry. Can we talk about that? Okay. I think it's kind of ridiculous because it's so ridiculous. And the fact that they fired back like that honestly pissed me off. And I wanted to be like, she's just I obviously, you know, more than they they know because you're it's my exactly it's like, it's like you talking about being an anchor person or a host, you know, doing their job. Right. I mean, it's what's interesting about this is that like I spent two years researching this last book, and I had a co author which I very rarely do who special in in the space of anti-aging. And you we together reviewed hundreds of studies interviewed the top. These guys are cook. Euro scientists your scientists that specialize in anti-aging I personally work with some of the top endocrinologists registered dieticians. Like this information is not coming from me. Personally. I didn't just come out and go get I haven't. Lake. Visit this is so by the way, it's also common sense. But you know, had a different so for hito diet. What is what is the problem? You're there. Basically, you're not getting the nutrients that you should beginning. How long answer Reich if they're so many problems with it. So let's first look at what the guy is houses. And it's kind of tough to get to really pin someone down because people do different versions of it. So for example, I'm so sorry. I hang my my eight year old is dancing and the room. I love the gambling and the singing, but if we could keep the singing just right now. And I I by the way, I remember seeing you tailgate fetch with your little girl on stage. So I know that you I totally understand. Patriot. Give the background. It's okay. But so think of it as follows, right? First of all what Kito or most Kito people talk about is like, well, it's low carb right in the whole key is to be in Kito this which means you're depriving your body of carbohydrates to the point of what is quite honestly, considered a state of medical emergency. And the body then starts burning through fat at an accelerated pace. And we think well, that's great. I like who wouldn't think that's great because there's no other source of fuel. In addition people with insulin related health issues, like type two diabetes or poly cystic ovarian syndrome are saying, oh, well, you know, it's helped me reverse all these conditions. And you also think we'll be great, right? But the reality is that you can do all those things with commonsense. Eating balanced macronutrients, right restricting your calories and working out on a consistent basis because by the way. I had peace US as a kid. I was overweight as a teenager. And I not only have myself help eating commonsense. Clean foods bounce Mak rose. But it's helped thousands of other people cheat the exact same thing so point being even get all the good with a healthy diet that has none of the side effects now. So out of all, right. So yeah. Michael and Michael. And I challenged ourselves through the whole thirty this month. We've we've already quit. But do you. Do you feel you? Do you to feel the same way about the whole thirty? No. I mean, don't thirty is just whole foods right for thirty days. Yeah. But mail wine, Jillian, no wine. Okay. I'm a mama too. Okay. Okay. So you know, what's interesting about that? So basically, she's kind of wrap up on the Kito. You're you're you're starving. Your body of fiber micronutrients, vitamins and minerals when you cut out food groups at macronutrients rights in your cells are made up of coaching fat and carb we've seen the diet high saturated fats in animal protein are bad for kilometers, which it'd be tapping your DNA trend that protect yourself. It's taxing them liver. It's tacking on your grenal system tax and your thyroid and the list goes on and on and on. So what you look in the mirror, and you think you've lost weight. You're you're not seeing the damage you doing to your inside long-term. So again, we could go on and on and on. And I write all about it in the book. But what we're talking about line? That's actually, a very this is something I I did about faith. Because for years. I'll go is not great when you're trying to lose weight. Right. So I would say that you know, you gotta stop drinking if you're trying to lose weight, but when it comes to lung jeopardy about up to they see to drink tonight. And I was just in my mind. I was like, okay. That's a lot of alcohol over the course of a lifetime. And we do know that drinking too much is related to ovarian cancer, breast cancer and can contribute to a BC even red wine like the good Ridwan. Okay. So think sixty eight drinks a week max and no more than two to three max on night as fine. I just want one and night, Jillian one a night. That's fine. That's good for you. So ran the aging it helps to remove amyloid plaques associated with Alzheimer's from from your brain, literally take a bath. For your brain is helps keep your liver primed with specific enzymes and improve detects vacation in digestion. These when we really talk detoxing that's the job of your liver. Nothing else is doing that. Except your long your liver your Spain. It's not sweating. It's not starvation and not eating it's making sure those organs function optimally and keeping your liver prime to the little bit of alcohol actually helps you do that at read one has a lot of antioxidants and polyphenyls didn't like raspberry trawl to help fight free radicals. So you're you're doing fine there can we drink lined together. Sometime. I would love to. Yes. That's janice. Happy she set for the day. She she's needed to know that she can hang out with you. And also justify her wine drinking. Houthi? Right. And that's in. That's the thing to brings me to my question. Jillian is obviously so many people cross the country, especially during the month of January. You know, new year new me and all that stuff. They want to die. They went to work out. What is your advice from your profession year experience for someone you know, who is trying to change their eating habits or workout habits? What's their advice? What's vice for them to stick to it? Okay. I I would say a balanced approach one that isn't too extreme one way or another. Whether it's fitness or food is not only better for you. But it's more sustainable, but the second thing is at the end of the day anything with having right? Whether it's a flourishing career, healthy relationship. A healthy body is going to require work and some sacrifice. But if you have a y you can tolerate the how and the how is the work on the sacrifice associated with the goal. And that's what we say like work with a purpose because passion, but work without purpose. Just feels punishing. I think we were to feel punishing up by the stressors of our daily lives, you really gonna stop and think how is my life gonna improve go to the gym for twenty minutes day instead of just going home and picking up takeout and sitting on the couch towards my favorite show. Because it sounds good to me in this moment. And I mean like. Details is it meeting. Your kids kids looking good in a wedding dress. Is it wearing a two piece instead of a one piece is it sex with the lights on which I happen to think is greatly overrated. But you know, what it's about the day from us. You want out our option, right? Did does it matter? What the reasoning is along as you care about it. Right. And if you care enough, you'll do the work, and it won't be or if it that's fantastic. And so it relaying that message everybody. What's your y every day, Jillian, like what motivates you to do the work that you do across the board? I I have so many, right? I of course, now like you guys I have young kids, and I wanna be around for them. I wanna meet their kids. I would love to meet their kids kids. I wanna sit an example from my kids. I wanna be the mom that's like powerful and strong and on the ski slopes with them shooting hoops with them not like on the sideline, you know, kind of with a soda in my hand, not that I judge any of the parents. But for my kids, I wanna be in their lives not on the sidelines of their lives. And I want to show them. Okay. To make time for yourself. It's okay. To make yourself a priority. Because then you're better able to support other people so family, of course, it'd be number one. And you know, like any other human I wanna look good. I would be good about my body and feel comfortable in my own skin. I wanna wear skinny jeans and feel good in them. And I think there's anything wrong with that. And it doesn't mean you shouldn't feel good at any size. I personally feel better when I'm size for beating. What makes you happy? That's okay. I feel healthy and strong. That's amazing. Jillian you have your new book out right now. It's six keys unlocked. I'll let you just use it. I just got time crime. Six keys to unlock your genetic potential for ageless, health, strength, and beauty and bottom line. It's an anti-aging book. And I'm not today that in the whole idea is that we should want to be the best version of ourselves for years to come. So whether you your grandparents had Alzheimer's, and you want to prevent it or take every step you can to prevent it. Or again, you just wanna look and feel great and every decade of your life. This book is designed to help you do that. Well, Jillian, we love you. I love everything you're about. So thank you so much for coming on the show to talk to us. We appreciate it and good luck with your book. I mean, I'm going to get it right now. I wanna hold you to that one day the next time. Whereas if they did he got oh, yes. Please. She'll hold you to it. Hi gillian. Very I she wants to avoid with me. That's amazing. I just like the fact that she's 'cause when I work out with Aaron she'll be like, no wine, and it's like, Erin, you know, I'm going to have won it. But I think it's all about like she said, it's moderation. It's not about starving your body of things. And I think when we did the whole thirty we started we took away things that we like you're saying witches. Yes. Do you have to have a sandwich every single day and have breads Ross's? No. But it's things in moderation, which I think is important set of just completely taking everything I diet because we're going to put those things back in even though I'm not doing I'm not doing cheeser dairy this month, and and carbs, grains. But I'm going to have those again. So why why do I am Hannah? It's just it's just so fad to me. Join were saying it's all about balance. Whatever kind of change you making your life in. If people just drastically changed everything they do for a new year their new year New Year's resolution, then that just added add so much stress onto whatever stress. They are to have an airline. Granted it depends on your mentality to like for me personally personally. Speak for yourself. Honey. I know that for like carbs Burr, sandwiches, and everything I just love sandwich at lunch. I have to cut it out completely. Why you can't just have one of the otherwise I'm just saying for the time being for this month. Okay. Because otherwise, I will have one one day. And it's like I hadn't we should. I'll have another does really good. I'll have another one. The next thing. He knows like four days in a row had a sandwich. So. Example. I know I know, but then, you know, what's the point of even quote unquote, dune a diet, if we're not going to do something just trying to break my habits, which is why I wanted to do not have the protein Barbara single morning actually make breakfast, and we've made much isn't had salads or I never I never actually eating real fits right at that. You never launched. I was had seen what she was. So now, we're actually having substantial meals at lunch. Yeah. Oh, I do have a question though for either by about working out. So I have made the workouts for the calendar. But yet you've not come out to work out. So you say you wanna work out, and I put it on the calendar. Then why don't you fall through with it? So you're being basically, you're doing. I'm I'm ever said committed. I never said. Yeah. Absolutely. I'll do I'll be there just that you want to work out with me for you. I think for me the times that you work out our mind lease motivating times in the day. In my Marshall, rear and everything I was mostly first thing in the morning. Mike six AM up now. Right. But again now, we have kids and all that Sylvester's not a realistic thing when we're up with the infant right now. But I the way Michael real upset last night. And he likes slammed his hand into the wall. That was rough zombie. I don't even remember that really eat out not really idea. I remember you going, and then I next here. A hand to the as Michael switch now immediately. Go to bed is ignored under. I I don't going to get him go to the room immediately. Arterial between my legs and down wasn't as it can be so frustrating when they keep crying. But that's that's only got tag out Arno. But anyways. So I the first thing in the morning or later, this is your time isn't motivating for me. So I just have to find my own time tapping out so long with Michael and I eating healthy were also adding in a healthier overall lifestyle. So you can ditch all the expensive gym membership personal trainers and nutritionists so with Neum, okay? They help you educate on a healthier lifestyle and habits. Neum doesn't say you can't have certain foods. So that means you can have things in moderation. And that's exactly what they're teaching weight loss is in the palm of your hand, literally on your phone whenever and wherever you need it. You don't have to be a celebrity to have personalized training of your own support system. What I also love about noon to is that there's a community there for you. 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Oh, it you don't have hair my bathroom, but works almost going to post office to send letters and packages about sandstone Arnaud you have. And finally, I'm giving in Jan has been on it for a while. Now, conforming stamps dot com brings all the amazing services of the US postal service right to your computer. Not only saves you time it saves you money as well. Send you a scale too. So if you're sending a package, it's super super, easy, and convenient and reliable and officiant. And now you too can enjoy the stamps dot com service at the special offer that includes a four week trial plus postage, and like I said the digital scale so start the new year off right go to stamps dot com. Click on the microphone at the top of the homepage type in Jannah that stamps dot com and enter Jannah. All right. So it's for Tilleke time. Dr Kristen Bendix is going to be on the phone dialing in her right now. She's an assistant professor of can ever say this word at gynecology USC. Kristen sorry. Dr Kristen this is a Jonah and Mike. Hi. I'm good. How are you guys? So we are super excited to talk to you. Because Michael, and I did an event a couple of weeks ago. We did a live podcast event down in Santa Monica. And we held basically a live QNA for people to our fans to ask us questions and one of the reoccurring questions that came up time and time again was about infertility. And so that's why we wanted to have you on talk talk a little bit more about infertility. And then also we really want people to eat mother questions into. So we'd love to have you back on the show. So you get into some of the questions that come in butter. It sounds great. Okay. Awesome loop so Michael, and I have done a couple rounds of Ivy f-. And so we have now two kids. So we are we are officially I believe I think done having kids, but are you ever officially then? That's the thing Michaels about to make his snipped appointment, and I was driving in the Car Toys bay. But I was like are. I mean, maybe maybe we. Should try. I don't know after last night with Jay speeding up. I was like, yeah. We're done. We do we have a seven week old. And so he's in the midst of. Yes, all that ten and twelve and I remember those days very vividly. But I do have a question though, about that was to happen. So I'm thirty five. So technically, I'm geriatric pregnant. I'd be geriatric pregnancy. Right. No, I thought thirty compared to my patients, you're young technically, though, thirty five isn't that geriatric was they call it. No, no one goes. I mean, it's horrible to call anything geriatric that. I mean, I think after the age of thirty five there are it can get harder to get pregnant there can be more complications. And so, you know, you just have to kind of keep a closer eye on certain things. But most pregnancies really aren't that different after the age of thirty five then before what about biologically may causes more difficulty? Once a woman is because thirty five is relatively young still in the big picture of life. What about it makes it so much more difficult getting pregnant or in the SAFA boss both getting pregnant and also any in the increased risk of complications throughout. So in terms of actually getting pregnant the. Biggest issue is that the eggs are older. So women's eggs are in there overage since before they were born, and so and they're not actually fully developed, and so they go to their final stages of development at the time of like when the eggs being released it relation, and when it's getting fertilized by the sperm, and so all the little mechanical parts that are responsible for guiding that egg so that developmental process like if you're trying to get pregnant thirty five is little mechanical parts of thirty five if if you're trying to get pregnant at forty those mechanical parts are forty and so just like mechanical parts of a phone a car, computer, you know, what they just fail in screw up. And so unfortunately with the egg when those will mechanical parts go like when things go badly. Then oftentimes, it leads to an embryo, which is just a you guys. I mean, if you've been driving if you know, it's just a fertilized egg that embryo just can't become. A pregnancy. And so the issue is is as you get older, those mechanical failures are become more common. And so what that results in is that when you release Neg each month. It's just less likely that that eg can become a pregnancy. And so it just might you know, that's why it can take longer to get pregnant. And that's also what causes miscarriages to go up as you get older because it was saying mechanical errors lead to chromosomal abnormalities. I don't know if you guys had your embryos tested. During the hosting that we had done was a couple years ago. So I know now they test Twenty-one chromosomes. Yes. So we test all we can test all the chromosomes and the testing the, you know, the technology that we have is you know, it's better than it was three years ago, which was better than five years ago. It's always refining and getting a little bit better. And all of that testing is just it's really just chromosome counting. And your your mind, let's say in let's say in twenty years, where do you think we're going to be out with infertility and the progress of where the medicine is going? What would be really amazing as a way to kind of figure out in a much less invasive way, what the issues are with embryo not. I bet you we are not going to be doing a biopsy and twenty years anymore in order to test. The embryo we're going to be able to look at you know, the media that the embryos growing in embryos that are abnormal or going to like spit off kind of like toxic things, we're gonna be able to measure those things and the culture media and just kind of figure out from there, which we can put in. We certainly are going to have much better capability of kind of testing for things like your predisposition for diabetes and other types of diseases like that I mean, I think it's a fine line of like where we ethically kind of start intervening too much in terms of what we're choosing. Problem. He'd said he didn't he felt like he was almost playing God. In a way, the one aspect of it. I was kinda like just put, you know, put her egg in there with sperm in kind of let the best man win. Almost kind of thing. You know, what the way I was explained to my patients that IBM is kind of happening in some aspect. Anyway. Like when they're getting the sperm ready for two right before they do the fertilization this. They're prepping the sperm and like they're only selecting from the very best berm. So it kind of Saint process that would happen normally in the body is kind of happening in the lab to some extent. And yes, if you're doing procedure called XY again, I don't know if we did it like, they're painting. It was hard for him to pick. Yeah. Like, they're picking one sperm and putting it into the edge. But it's random like they can't. I mean, they're picking the best which is exactly. So in a way mimics point on the body. Right. Like, you're picking from the best because only the best sperm in the body. You're going to get to the egg. Well, only the best sperm are going to be in that final sample in the lab. And then it's really random like there's millions of sprint that are surrounding that little egg in the floppy into and so it's really random which one binds to the egg, and it's really random which one the embryologist happens to pick the. Into the so it's kind of both, you know, all about like how good the sperm is and a little bit of randomness and those situations so fascinating nine it's really nice. Think about that every time I do an egg retrieval. I'm like, I cannot like how is it possible that I can just stick this needle into this little dog all drain it, and we somehow get an egg. Truly is a miracle. When you go through the process as us known in. That's what Janon I've told people that that we have some friends that are beginning the process right now. And we say the same thing, I it's truly a miracle when you get down to the science of it all and like Janus saying we've got a lot of questions when we're doing by podcast. And what would you have what kind of device, do you have for couples or women that are going through the early stages of v f you know, just mentally and physically how to prepare themselves. I think probably the most important thing is to try to kind of take care of yourself a little bit is so easy to get wrapped up in the process. And it's so emotionally draining. Those medicines. Make you crazy. Yeah. And yet medicines like impact like how you're feeling. And so to the extent that you can to anything even if like once a day to like keep yourself centered not like stress about little things like it, drives me bananas. Like when people tell patients like, oh, you can't have any caffeine, and you kind of went of alcohol, and you see you have to eat this and do this, and that leads to this restrictive life that is so miserable and causes so much more stress in an already really stressful process. So, you know, doing things that kind of can get us through and knowing that like, you might need to lean on the people around you and reaching out when you need help and finding some like knowing that it is because it's going to be stressful like finding that kind of support network, whatever it is for you. And maybe that's not a person maybe that's writing in a journal. But something that kind of can get you through the process. So. I guess. I I it's just so hard because I just I feel I mean, sometimes I feel guilty. Because you know, now, we have the people are always asked me, you know, how do you stay positive and in the moment, and I say to them try to say positive, but in the moment, I couldn't even stay positive because you don't know what the outcome is going to be now, I can look at the outcome. Be like, oh now we have two beautiful kids. So I guess I I know what you're trying to say is you're trying to say to stay centered. But it's just so hard when it really hurt you want that family, and then you want to be hopeful. Right. Like, you don't wanna be a pessimist going in the into it. And yet at the same time like the hopeful is so scary because it leaves you so vulnerable, and you're just kind of open to that fact that is just not going to work. And I think you know, depending on how old you are. And what the circumstances are sometimes the chance that it's going to work as a low. And so how do you kind of manage kind of going through this entire process without just being like emotionally crushed at the end. I I don't really know. Anyway, they're kind of really mitigate that and kind of keep that from happening. Prepare you for that roller coaster physically and emotionally until you go through. And knowing that I think is nuts actually, huge is that there are so many ups and downs of like, oh, you're so happy because you have this many eggs in like, oh, you're devastated. The next day because the fertilization is poor. And then they call you the next day, and they say oh embryos are developing. And then oh. Normal. It's like the obstinate downs. And that's in downs. That's really, you know, it's it's draining situation. So we actually got the baseball children Gina became pregnant naturally for both news times. It was one month after a failed IVF cycle is that common from your experience. It ha- having all the time. And you know, we don't think that it's like it has actually anything to do with IBS because like the IDS process doesn't really do anything to kind of change. What's going to happen in the next cycle? But we see it all the time. I'm taking the progesterone and things he my system gone. Like, why don't you stop faking it it's gone in that affect doesn't kind of carry over to the next month? And I did get pregnant though each time. Yeah. New I mean, like with with IBS, so maybe CG in my system. Then you have to start you on your next cycle. Like, you won't get your period until all that. It's like kind of all those hormones like kind of washed out of your body but tiny that your period. I was I mean, it's probably yes. Is it common that like it would happen so closely to both IBM cycles and the answer is obviously. No. But we see it all the time. I mean, literally just takes one good thing. One good sperm. You know, interesting. Yeah. All right. Well, so we're gonna have our listeners right in see you guys right in Jana, Kramer, iheartmedia dot com, and then Dr Kristen Bendix in you're going to answer the question so excited to have you back on. And we just really we hope you guys emailing again, Jana Kramer, iheartmedia dot com, and she will answer your questions. Now. I think it's it's so important. It's there are so many women that struggle with infertility and to the extent that we can make the pass more transparent. So they just kind of understand what for tilde treatments are all about, you know, understanding miscarriages where such are which is such a like not spoken about subject and kind of also egg freezing. You know, in terms of just what we can do to prevent people from having to go through IVF later. So there's a lot of digging their absolutely well, thank you so much. Talking with you soon. All right. It looks like all right by you know, what is sad actually the other the other night. I you scrolling on my phone, and I saw looking through my video just kind clearing some videos out of my phone, and I saw the video of December. How we'd tracked IVF processing I put it on YouTube, by the way that Yang face was nasty. You know that we're he's trying not to yawns is making a weird face. That just happened. But I I was just watching the video, and it just it pained me because I was crying and found out that we lost lost the the baby or the embryo guests. Because it was only I was only a few weeks that time, but and the now look at it like man, I wish I wish I could go back and say it's going to be okay, you're going to have a baby in in a year and a half for all sounds so easy. I just I for the women out there that are struggling I I have a lot of empathy for you. But hopefully, you can see the silver lining with other people's stories are that's exactly what just being the spouse in the situation and witnessing you go through it is the people around the female going through this process is all you can do is being pathetic. Don't try to say make any promises. Don't try to say it's going to be okay. Even to say that sucks and just allow you to feel feelings because there's nothing like Atkins says the husband make you feel better. You should say more than that sucks. No. But I'm saying just feel there. You know what I mean? It hurts me too. Because I know we I want this family instead of just that sucks. Like crying in the far turn. All right. Well, anyway on the rest of our day. I don't mean like that not dismissive. Do you wanna read try that? No because I'm imperfect. I love that. Ben. Thanks. So there's usually a clear path for Valentine's Day gifts for women flowers, candy, jewelry, but for men, not usually a simple things candy. 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And I wanted to say something to him and express 'cause you know, our therapists say if you're feeling something expressed in a way like, hey, I'm. I just felt trigger. And I want you to know. So that I don't take it outside weighs on him. But I didn't say anything because the moment was so great that I didn't want to ruin it. So I didn't say anything and in the back of my mind. I was hoping that he was in a come to me an acknowledged because I was hoping that he was feeling the same trigger because the situation we both know was it was a major trigger in going to. Yeah. It was one of the few if not the last kind of major trigger that we haven't addressed or experienced to this point. So. It became the biggest elephant in the room in that moment. Yeah. So we went to bed on. Yeah. We went to be out went to bed, but without us really talking about the elephant in the room. And I thought about it all night long. I was really upset. I cried about it. I was I mean, I didn't sleep at all. Because I was so upset, and I I was gonna say something. But then I was you know, thought to myself. Okay. The next morning. It's probably just going to pass will in the next morning. It did not pass. And so Michael trying to talk to me on Saturday. And I just I stayed pretty muteness. I just some really not ready to talk right now. I just need some time is basically what I said, right? Before we brought up situation. Yeah. Yeah. Remember because I took like half a day your morning. I was like I knew something was going on with you. Yeah. You weren't ready to say what it was. Yeah. And so then we I finally brought it to you. And I we were sitting down on the couch. You're you were reluctant burst reluctant at first because I was afraid of your reaction. And I got validated in my fear of his reaction. So I sat down I was telling him. How it how that night made me feel and how I got triggered. And these are the things that came up for me. And you did not listen to me, you went straight into your shame, and basically it validated. And for me. I have the hardest time and we just talked about in therapy. I I the hardest time bringing up a fear of something. Because I don't want him. I didn't want his reaction to the off. So the fact that you validated. My fear, which I know I've done to you to plenty of times, and it sucks, but that when that happened. I just completely. I mean, we I was so upset I went into the bathroom. You started to get mean. And I started crying. So I went into the bathroom was crying. And then you come in guns blazing and it just escalated from there, which then you triggered more soft because now you're elevated to a screaming point and then. Once I got off line after that because you had already and now's like man, I'd did what I was supposed to do. I told you what I was feeling. And then you didn't hear me. Michael. I wanna make sure that you feel hurt right now. And I don't just go Bill -fensive. Yes, you're right. I did not handle it correctly in ultima tely. I apologize profusely for. Not addressing elephant room in real time. Which I wanted to what it came down to is. I didn't have the balls in that moment because I knew it was such an impactful trigger. I was scared. I was scared to do it. And because we've been on such good Ryan everything's been so great we've handled things appropriately. So for this situation. I was just kind of reverted back to kind of subconsciously of maybe if I don't address we won't talk about it and everything being okay? And sweep it under the rug which never worked Russ and most couples doesn't some does. But not for us. So we even when I was trying to convince you to talk to me about it and reassure knew that I wasn't the place. Even I didn't know how is going to react in my mind. I was like, okay, I can handle this. I can I can listen to her. But then for me anytime, I get any opposition. When I start to speak about it or speak about anything that's shameful triggering or traumatizing for me. If I think by trying to hear you I didn't feel heard. But that was my mistake. I was trying to feel heard when you were trying to feel heard was that's not how it works. I have to hear you first at the valid at your feelings. I've I have to especially as the perpetrator I have to empathize with you. So you can feel heard understood, etc. But we've had this discussion argument many times where I rush that. And I try to feel heard immediately or I tried to explain something. I try t- t. Yeah. Yeah. It was me try to explain something. Then anytime you'd ask ask a question it would trigger me because I'm just trying to explain to you about the situation talked about the trigger. And then you'd ask a question about it in. I'll feel like yeah. I didn't feel heard. I felt you weren't listening to me. I'll see on a tact in the feeling attacked about shameful situation. Just I mean throw me in a polish name. It's I think it's a good topic to talk about the fact that we were both. There was the elephant in the room. It's why we couldn't. I mean. I know I I didn't. I know why you didn't. But then the same time. It's like I wanted you to step up and say, hey, I'm sorry that this triggered you. And I know you're probably thinking about it. Because of course, I'm thinking about and that's what I will. I want the guys to here to their wives or girlfriends within listen to this is the fact that we're we don't ever forget. So it's always it's always in the back of our of our minds. So if something. From an old argument or old whatever happened that was a break in your relationship. I promise you if that situation might come up again that they're thinking of it. So you should address it and the ham. Sorry, this may be causes some pain just taking responsibility for your actions. Right, which you should do all aspects of life in that's living with integrity in that moment. I didn't because I just wanted to run a run away from those feelings also said something as well. But I was just so. But even even with my therapist, I discussed it with him. And I defended you st- for you and said, I acknowledged that in this situation. It was one hundred percent up to me to bring it up because it was an undiscussed unprocessed trigger that we have not gone through. So because even he said, you know, we'll you'll she can equally bring it up, and especially I was like in this situation, which you do. But this this particular situation was up to me, and I put that one hundred percent on my shoulders, and it just it just was handled poorly in that. But that's just goes to show. Like, we don't even we talk about all this stuff on on the show. We still go through the. And we do not do perfectly which is why you were very mean. Saint really mean, but we rebounded faster than we usually do. So this the moral the story is I don't know how to talk apparently. Because when Mike's mad at me, he mocks me. And that was our big fight, and we got triggered. And there was a few things that were thrown. A few punches Jesus. Now, I'm getting but I did like, I mean, my ice cream so loud, my voice hurt. Like it got real redneck in our household. Like, my voice. I hadn't have a voice good old days. I know. Still got it. But it, but honestly it made me the next day. I was super depressed because it made me so sad that we went back. There are agree. I totally agree. It was it was really sad. I was very disappointed in both of us that we allow. Ago. But no just in this situation handling things, especially triggers real time is the particularly that's that's what you gotta do. When there's when there's stuff like, listen less. There's your Hugh. This episode titled Janna, really can't talk. There's your lesson listeners. All right. So I'm sure you're full bladder is not helping. So we don't get to know the actual instigating moment. Basically, Mark, you're such a producer. You just such a producer. I can see the the us weekly headlines now, I just feel like all the listeners are very curious. And of course, it's your life, and it's up to you. But I know that's what they're thinking. How do you know how to say in a way to scoot around it? There was a sexual something sexual that Mike had done sexually with someone else. A while that we never really discussed and we something happened. And then that yeah. So yeah. So it was very hard. It was hard. It was tough. It was a tough pill. This walla. So it was a flash back to that memory of knowing that they did something like that. So it was it was tough. Well, thanks for asking. Mark. Into a spot. Well, have an Email, which probably isn't going to help things to be honest. I appreciate it. It's an anonymous Email, my husband and fortunately had an affair. We are three months post me finding out when I found out I took off my wedding ring and took on all of the wedding pictures as we are in marriage counseling, we've decided to move forward. But I'm struggling putting my wedding rings back on and putting out wedding pictures back up. I feel like both are tainted at this point. How did you overcome the feelings associated with those and be able to put the rings back on the pictures back up? So we have not officially put the pictures back up. It has been how many years post criminal. Five year four years. Maybe I'm saying infidelity, two and a half. So it's been two and a half years post discovery, and we have still not hung our wedding photos up. There are still photos that I have hard time looking at from our past because it triggers me to what was going on that moment having said all that when we packed up our stuff in Nashville, I saw the been that I through all of the pictures in Oliver wedding photos, all the knickknacks that were for us our wedding book photos of when I was pregnant. I mean, just so many things that I said I will never be able to look again, look at again you stole all those memories for me. And I I I yelled at him so much for that. I said you you took away this for me away that and now I can't look back at this photo and be happy. But. It is it took two years to really now be able to go back and look at it and say, okay. Those memories were still my memories. I still was there. And I was present. Not saying you weren't present. But it was a different version of president. I'm how do I say that? It's it's not that you weren't present you weren't fully there. But it doesn't mean that you can take away those memories from me. So I shouldn't allow you to take members for me. So for the listener that wrote. Don't let him have hold that much power over those memories for you. But it takes time. Again, I am I want to I I don't even know if I want to hang our wedding photos in our new house. I don't know your that's something soy for her. It's been three months. You said Mark three months. Yeah. Which is nothing. I and I'm on two and a half Dylan even know if our new house will even put that up there because in in all honesty, like we've had some photos from like, you know, the the pregnancy shoot. And all that that I love the became when you had a most bone up for me. I'd rather have those to the new one the new one. Yeah. Yeah. And we put up our when we renewed. So this here's what I would say for the photos to we renewed our vows in in Hawaii. So we have that photo up. So it's putting the photos up that are new in real. And in time. I hope we can hang one of our old photos and say, you know, what look how far we've come. And you can really proud of the photo. That's their us. It makes me sad. Just because the I loved our our wedding photos were beautiful beautiful. It was perfect. And it makes me sad to to think about having to be hesitant reluctant to even look at those photos. They're essentially tainted think once we are to that place where we can both have that mentality. And look at them in not think about where we were then. But appreciate where we are. Now. Then when we're to that point, maybe we can put him up. And I think too we we did something that might help you guys as well as we grieved. There was a box of photos, and I said, oh, no, no. It was the I made you a. A year is our year in aversive gift. He gave him a year anniversary gift of all the photos of the year. And at the very end mess that can't wait to see what next year holds. And I was like well in our came to you. Yeah. And when we're moving our former national house, and we sat down, and we looked through it, all and we grieve. Yeah. And I'm we might have to eat to do that with the wedding photos. We might have to do that again. And honestly, I want to because I want to be able to hang those photos and not just think of that. So hopefully, and but I will say to you, you are three months and give yourself time. Don't don't you shouldn't even be thinking about that in in two. So you can't say that. Because I mean, I still I mean, I was so upset about that. Like you ruin those these photos from your arm. So I'm saying don't think about putting the you don't have to worry about putting the pictures up right now or your your wedding band wedding. Ring I understand that's what you think of. 'cause it ruined all of those things which also Jan, and I both got new new engagement not put that ring back on my I said, I don't want it. I don't want this rank ever on my finger. I got a new. Band. So that way there aren't those you don't look down. And the ring the symbol isn't tainted. So for us that was important. And even if I says, I only care about what it is. I just want. I will not put this back on my finger and said all right me neither. So I it's really good advice for the anonymous emailer that if you're going to recommit to yourself post things, and where things that represents the new commitment that you're making. Wow, that's great Jericho emails. You Jacka don't kiss my baby is the subject line. So I'm newly pregnant, but I automatically know not to kiss them with newborn baby. I don't think it's appropriate at all to begin with, but efforts horror stories about babies and people kissing them. How do you not be rude? But make sure hey, don't kiss my baby. Anyone puts their lips near Jason's. Let. I'm gonna smack him. I don't like I'm a people kissing this germs to the baby. Someone I've got to tell you this. We're at Disneyland watching the parade someone recognized Jolie, and like gave her a hug, and I was like you. I don't even know you all the girls we were just like got so upset Jerusalem. Toan regroup. I totally forgot. Well, there's a lot going on that day like fifteen hours. Disneyland was a lot toddlers when I came home. I didn't wanna talk to anybody. So, but no, yeah. It was it's a g-. If you if you're a stranger hundred percent, don't don't touch my child. But then if it's family, it's still don't really want th-. I mean, yes, you can kiss the baby. But don't lips are totally off subject. I think it's one of those things we're even have to remind ourselves with jase. Where's parents? We say goes. Yeah. So try to have the kind of a home in Tallahassee be like look now don't kiss my baby. I the whole face is off limits. Absolutely. Come. How come on a fun grandma's enhance has the only babies I've ever excuse me. Only. And when you're taking care of them, you kiss their cheek therefore, I'm like constantly, if you're very close family, that's the only PM or like, a best friend. That's fine. But like a random friend, even dicey on the friends. I kiss syracus his head this. Yeah. Yeah. But I mean if it was a. If it was anybody, but like my sister's pregnant that'll be my first nephew my first niece nephew. I'm sorry. This is a great topic to bring up I do not think. The niece and nephew mouth. So he actually does have a niece nephew, my brother's kids. But this is my point is that what you do not think of that do. No, you don't clearly this is my first. You're not babies it does it does it. Okay. No, baby. Hey, I'm not gonna call you uncle anymore. Bill on I'm talking. Your idiot idiot walked right into that one. No, I do consider even doing my niece and nephew. You know, there are twelve and thirteen guy. So maybe not right all on sane my point used as Joe, yes, you're noon. Your your first ever our our first. Now, I I have one nephew think our new nephew like him. I would kiss but a friend's baby. Even or anybody else's. Nobody else's. I would do it. If it was if Steven was just now having even Dylan. Yes, I would kiss them because I am there on coal. And I consider them my niece and nephew when I met him there. Seven and eight had like three uncles before you, so it's that right? I mean for all acres up and Jan has got another cohere. We're not calling him uncle. If I saw Jay's I don't I'm not going to hold Jason. That's like what unless you were like, hey, can you one hundred percent whole kissed him? You're right go in through in without permission. But like my nieces. Yeah. I think there's like that's the line. I know my friend. I Davie come on. It's my best friend's baby. I wouldn't want him wear cheek in the her yet. I would never do lips. No, I like make out with my baby. I always try to. I know I was there when he's hungry because when I kiss him you start sucking on my upper lip. Yeah. I'll legis lips are off off off limits for we don't blame you. Okay. So huge. Thank you to joy bird. Good. A job are dot com slash Jannine. Receive an exclusive offer for twenty five percent off your first order by using the code Janna Brooklyn and get twenty dollars off and free shipping when you use promo code, John at Brooklyn dot com. Visit Neum dot com slash Jan. Start your trout today stamps com. Go to stamps dot com. Click on the microphone at the top of the homepage and type in Janna man crates. I know baby wanted to just for Valentine's Day gift fourteen percent off when you spend one hundred dollars a more man, crates dot com slash wine. 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