23 Burst results for "Bob Newhart"
"bob newhart" Discussed on The Televerse
"He was in yeah nine catches on but he's also on saint elsewhere or he plays john number six. I think from remembering my elsewhere correctly. But he's just this real gentle insecure man Who just apologizes for. Everything feels bad about everything that he's doing and is very much a stark contrast in foil for a lot of like even like emil elliott on attitudes So really it's really funny subtle. Quiet kind of performance i think is really really good So i really like At as well even though he gets significantly fewer absence do yeah. That that's one of those things. I look forward to when i have a chance to revisit like pop this on. This is the kind of thing that i would. I'm sure really enjoy like marathoning when i Legalized under the weather or doing some invoicing or something like that and just want something on that. I can enjoy in pay but ninety to pay attention to If this would be perfect. I like that and i look forward to getting stronger. Sense of the the patient cool through through doing some more revisiting of of of the the very seasons and episodes that. I didn't get a chance to get to this this time. But yeah i had a lot of fun with the bob newhart show and i certainly you know. I think it's a it's a if you're looking for like comedy is tricky right. Some of the shows really are of their time. Some of the shows that you catch up with you've heard about You're like this was the This one i watch. I totally get it at. I can see why it was so popular. I think it's it holds up. I think is worth watching. Now if you're looking for this kind of energy and It was. It was a lot of fun to watch certainly I can now have a greater appreciation for one of the all time classic sitcom endings of courses the newhart ending which is actually right. Exactly is like yeah. You get a run to actually watching the new hurt ending. You can really appreciate it now. Yom instead it's intellectually appreciation. Viscerally appreciate alex's implicit voice is so distinctive and like they're they're dynamic is so specific that that would just have been an absolute absolutely uproarious kind of like moment to experience live and talk about the water cooler the next day. No kasha can't even imagine watching that and going like yeah. No that's what we did just being like but it also like it totally tracks with newhart. The show. that is how they ended it because Again that's show was reared its bonkers. How weird it. God as progressed In that very eighties nineties. Cbs away Like late eighties. Early nineties I think again ended in nineteen ninety. Yeah okay yeah Of how that show progress because so weird show by the end of its run Then the next question is new. Hurt streaming anywhere. Regrettably no oh man it is not streaming anywhere I think just because it is significantly underappreciated compared to the bob newhart show or there's like we're rights issues around it though. I can't think of what those be But yeah no. I like i said at the top of this i love the newhart program. I've seen actually like a significant chunk of it That actually ran for two seasons more than than the bob newhart show did And he yeah. But i've got so. I don't know why it's not available anywhere streaming because it should be bothers me that it's not because i would like to have done that. Well maybe that will become available. Don't talk about it that maybe maybe it'll be on paramount. Plus that can be the thing that tips you over to it. Now that we've had our callback bring it full circle. We're going to have a conversation here. if you showed up at the end of the episode he posted this upset over the telephone or green leaves the comments unless without the weeks. Tv you can like our page on facebook and certification there you can email us television gmail.com. You can find our info chaptered feet. Mp three hundred feet over on apple. Podcasts ross open stitcher. we'd appreciate ratings reviews either place and then of course. We're both on twitter at the television. No you are out r k. Thank you so much for discussion this week. Thank you for listening back next week. Another episode of the verse..
"bob newhart" Discussed on The Televerse
"Pilot. And then he's like are the hapless bachelor in all the other episodes. I 'cause i was really confused when i watched that episode. I watched that episode. i and went this indifferent. Show what i remember. I don't remember him being married. Yeah yeah yeah no. it's it was it's it's it's funny. It's just a different thing. They wouldn't air that pilot now right Observers enough to they wouldn't have would have not aired it but they didn't worry about back in the day so it's very much like watching the big bang theory than watching the actual original big bang theory pilot and being like this is a completely different show. Yes twister adjustments tweaks to energy. Yeah well let's talk a little bit of nuclear cast members because You already mentioned marcia. Wallace and she is fantastic. As the secretary in a character that should be annoying and should For modernize like especially watching a woman who like gets very frustrated by the writing for women in in a lot of tv but certainly an older tv. I was very entertained by that character in. It's down to her and it's not the writing it's like. It's very possible that they could see what she was gonna do with the writing and so that's why they kept doing with it. Were but like you can see with just the page. How a lesser performer or a different performer would have not been able to make that work. And she really does carols great. I love carole And one of the for those. She's the secretary at the doctor's office. Yeah or like the secretary receptionist for jerry and bob. Yeah but not for the rest of the seventh floor. I don't think because there's a whole directory for the rest of the seven floor behind her. These are the only two that i think she works. These are the only two who are in the opening credits. Don't think but. I think that leads to jerry who played by peter boehner boehner's who directs number of these episodes while we should note Which i think is good. Because i don't like jerry But i'm one of the things i do. Love about this About jerry i am. Within the situation of the nineteen seventies is that jerry is a catch and the handsome one..
"bob newhart" Discussed on KNSS
"I've been putting together entertainment news in the Blur or Yeah, and we're going to have an audio cut from from Bob Newhart Comedy legend and the way they talk about the fact about whether or not he's got it. He's got in the vaccine yet Bob Newhart is 91 by the way. He says. He hasn't said he called. His doctor in the county doesn't know yet. On NBC. They just gave Al Roker of vaccine. So Al Roker is getting the vaccine before Bob Newhart. I'm not putting any aspirations on comparing one person to another. But gosh, why can't Bob Newhart get up? Get a vaccine? Wow. Come on. Come on, honey. Any get him on the air. Do it live on TV? Exactly. All right. I'm moving on. No, no, no Disrespect our road, but break your heart Can't get a vaccine. Yeah. Okay, let's go back to sports College men's basketball last night, ninth ranked Kansas on the road in Waco, taking on undefeated number two ranked Baylor. The Hawks got behind early and could not catch up. You heard the game last night on Cafe. That's what's crazy is you Look at this box. Score Kansas gonna lose by double digits, but they forced 19 turnovers on the road. Amazing. And yet, the 30 points by Jared Bottler The biggest reason why the Bears win this one wire to wire. Jayhawks, at one point had a nine run at one points, had their team back within five but ultimately start to finish. Butler was the best player on the floor and his team's gonna win this want to go to foot. Baylor stays undefeated. Jayhawks lose back to back Road games here. Baylor wins the game. 77 69 Some postgame reaction from Kansas Head coach Bill Self. That's a good scene we're playing and those are the worst.
"bob newhart" Discussed on Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast
"Are be. The beast stands for bob newhart. I mean that's probably the easiest one i can do. Yeah we are going to be discussing season for episode fifteen of the bob newhart show. Bob has to have his tonsils out so he spends christmas even the hospital. That is not the the synopsis that is straight up the title of this episode. Yeah and in the episode. Bob has tonsils out so he spends christmas even the hospital. Bob has to have his tonsils out so he spends christmas eve in the hospital jackson. Yes doctor jackson vein. Why did you pick this episode for our christmas week. Episode of ho semper I mean at sums up everything pretty well right like it's he's a doctor therapists. Kesse spend christmas eve in the hospital. Kind of like me. Who was who will also be spending christmas eve in the hospital newhart show was one of those shows that i've really wanted to watch for awhile. Mainly because my old neighbor and albuquerque was played by bill daley super nice guy and the reason how i knew he was was in the parking lot. There was one car whose license plate said. Hi bob i'm like who's bob. I wonder if the guy who drives his car. Name is bob so i see this guy walking out. He introduces himself as. Oh my name's bill daily on the bob newhart show. Hi bob was kind of phrase that i said all the time. i'm like. yeah. But here's the thing i didn't believe him. Sure old man. Whatever you say and then i go back and look it up. I'm like oh crap. It's guy from i dream of jeannie and all these nine hundred seventy s game shows and whatnot and sure enough. It was bill daly. Who was my upstairs neighbor in albuquerque. Yeah there's also the famous drinking game for the bob newhart show. Yes you drink. Every time someone says bob and you chug it every time someone says. Hi bob if you're doing that along with this episode of the podcast. I totally understand because twenty twenty garbage. Yeah you will die. You will die. How merry christmas happy.
"A mistake that many photographers make as they make a go at being a professional photographer. is believing that being a generalist is an advantage. Saying that you can photograph, anything doesn't leave impression with a client that you think it should make. Secondly. It leaves the photographer to be defined by what they're hired to do. Rather than by the work that they have a passion for. You may achieve financial success. But. It may not be the type of photography. Sings to your heart Alan Clarke had a clear idea of the kind photographer. He wanted to be and the kinds of photographs you wanted to make. Based in Nashville Tennessee his desire to be a photographer in the music. Industry could have led him to photograph. Country Music Stars. But. He didn't want his physical address to pigeonhole his photography or his aspirations. so He created his own path as a commercial editorial photographer resulting in a career that has allowed him to photograph the likes of Sir George Martin even. Hawk Bob Newhart and two former presidents. I hope this conversation demonstrates the importance of defining who you WanNa be and who you are as a photographer. This is about an annex and welcome back to the candidate frame. Are, I. Alan Welcome to the show. Thank you glad to be here so glad to get Nice Mike. Voice this should be. This is gonNA sound good? Stuff. You ever watched thirty rock now know. Alec, Baldwin and Will Arnett, both have amazing voices, and so they played that up a lot, and that's to our strengths as well so they had like a sexy voice off at one point. Close to each other, and be like I can do that and then they to be like. Yes, you can this. Man Gets. Today's the record this. The astronauts took off on the capsule and the rocket today and I know you're thinking. What you're talking about. You're saying. Neil. Armstrong! Yeah, it's a replica of his suit over a Hoodie. So Yeah I've completely nerd out today you've you've photographed a bunch of the of the suits. But where did the best nation begin? I think like most of us. You think of these images and you dream when you're a child like I was I wanted to be. An oceanographer wanted to be part of the cousteau. Society I wanted to be an astronaut and. Set in my second third grade class looked out the window and reflected on every port report card ever had. Would get these notes of our report cards to be like a you unsatisfactory. He just doesn't pay attention. He looks out the window constantly. That's what I got. Unsatisfactory what they had on the report Carsberg. Takes. A dreamer looks like when they're little. We have the album are recordings of the Apollo flight at my house, growing up so double album and it had pictures of the flight and I remember. I didn't think I really understood exactly what I was listening to just Kinda of thought, it will couple. At record on and just listened to it and look at looking at the pictures. I think it's probably still in my house somewhere. Let even though I don't have a record player anywhere near, let's. I, don't know I'm not one of those. Guys. Are. You saying you're not a hipster? Is that what you're saying? I think that by a couple of decades man I duNno, sometimes. My wife tells me their original hipster. Looking into some of this I'm like I. Don't know, but then I look at myself. When I do that. A you still have a record player and listen to things and she may be right. Working the idea that you want it to be able to photograph the spaces issue. Number of them have and you know I guess the idea came along Huntsville. Space and rocket center is only two and a half hours from Nashville so. have been going down there since I was a kid. My parents took me when I was little, and it just never stopped and something like a tradition. Take took my children there and. I've had photo shoots. Their showed up multiple times I. Don't think they. Enough to where they're sick of me, but it's pretty close. And just kept going there and going there, but then when I would do like photo shoots across. You know our great country. I would go to in in Boston there's A. Museum for JFK and I've been there and just seeing Johnson, space center in Houston of course, and all the different spots every time I get a chance I'll go and visit and just take my camera with me when I go, and my whole point is to just record these to record them like I would do it. Not like a tourist would try to actually light it really well, and sometimes you get permission to do these things, and sometimes you don't. But most of these things are on public display, and were American citizens, so we can kind of like just Bassani and people don't know this, but all all the museums in DC are all. All free to American citizens, because that's part of our taxes, and that's what it goes towards, and so you can kind of do anything you and requests, these types of things, so it started years ago through a space and rocket center, which was a privately funded thing, and it was on the redstone arsenal, the right next to the arsenal base course Verner von Braun worked out of Huntsville Developing Saturn five, and so it's steed like a weird thing like an Alabama of all places steeped in this rocket tradition. You know that know people just don't know about and they kind of had them. They're just to kind of hide them a little bit. Kept them safe there instead of putting them in a big city like DC or New York, but that's when the fascination started from as from a very early age, just repeatedly going down there and shooting these things and You know on crappier cameras when I was little like instamatic disclaimer. Even growing up as a for NYKANEN.
"bob newhart" Discussed on Conan Oâ€™Brien Needs A Friend
"I'll get my check at the end of the week sometimes didn't but Conan show is funny and Y'all got my check and I'm not I'm. I'M GONNA try not to think about WHO's getting who's getting the laughs as long as they know I watched that show and and I had a good time and I think that's that's something that has served me well. I think over time Johnny Carson did you the he'd have Robin Williams on yeah and the next morning people were saying. Did you see Johnny Carson last night. Yeah exactly right and and did you see how oh hard. Johnny was laughing. That was the other thing you paid attention to. I know that will and we'll get back to this idea of rhythm but since we're talking about Johnny Carson. I know that you were a pretty pretty regular guest host for Johnny. You seventy nine hundred seventy nine tonight you'd fill in and I was wondering it's hard for people to understand today in an era. When there's six hundred late night talk shows and people maybe see them on the computer the next day they see the bits and pieces that there was a time when there was one show all of America watch that show Johnny Carson was arguably the most powerful person in show business when when you subbed for him and sat in took over the helm of that show was it nerve racking to think this is Johnny Show. This is the prize fries flagship. They've given me the the wheel the tiller to handle this thing and yeah pretty much. I mean it was I didn't want the job I mean there. There was a point at which NBC was like in the seventies seventies when they were thinking of Johnny was one arrays raise and they said that's it no more he's not. GonNa hold us up anymore. These are the seventies and I think Johnny left sometime on time in the late nineteen ninety to ninety two hundred two so there were trying the other hosts and then I did the show. Oh for three weeks in New York and I didn't want the job I mean I didn't they offer due to me because I knew what a pillar job it is every day every day and and Johnny himself said it's his mistress and if he had devoted time to his marriage that he devoted to the show he'd still be married to his first wife just his that demanding. I didn't get that nervous because I didn't care if I lost the job right but he would let you know if he would sometimes be watching out to the thing too is that he would not be doing the show but he was always very concerned earned with how the substitute hosts were doing so he'd be aware of how you would done or what you would done with his show while he was away what would do. I was again with Freddie Dakota right producer yeah I was filling in for for Johnny guest hosting and have Freddie and and I are sitting and talking during the day for the show and the phone rings and it's dry and Freddie is talking to him and he's saying a all remember the a sketch yeah we did a bomb or five years ago and yeah we could updated and now that's this johnny. He's on vacation supposedly calling Freddie about a sketch that they're going to do when I'm no longer guest hosting and he's been doing yeah. He's he's like a a mom. That's away from her child but his calling in saying okay okay. I know supposed to be on vacation but this is the kind of cereal he likes and make sure he gets this cream that rash and you know it's it's a devotion that I think is required. I was going to ask you about mm-hmm. I remember very clearly in a two thousand six and I'm jumping around a bit here but I've been drinking a lot in two thousand thousands six. I had a second crack at hosting the EMMYS and I we thought this bit to try and keep the show time where we would keep a celebrity celebrity in a box with limited amount of air and the concept was we need to keep the m eastern time so if the show overruns long this celebrity will die in the box and it will be your fault America and we had so we thought that was a very funny idea and then we had a two requirements it had to be someone who is beloved icon okay those are hard to find and it had to be someone who is going to be in a soundproof soundproof booth and never speaks and is hilarious using just their face with a look of peril and concern and there was only only one answer and it was you and we thought I heard George Clooney. George turned down Jordan commit yeah we clooney's always I no and so we knew it was you and we knew it's going to be fantastic but it had to be view. It had to be you but then the problem became would if we get a quick no what if we just hear well you know. Bob Doesn't really want to do it and we were petrified and are remember getting in touch with you in. You said we'll let's when you're out in. La Let's get together and talk about it and I was so you. You don't remember this but we went to lunch and I was nervous because I I'm nervous to be around you anyway and I had to sell you a on this idea and I thought it was. GonNa take the whole meal to sell you in this idea and you immediately said yes a funny idea. I'll do it anyway. Let's gossip and then you know all these amazing stories I had the time of my life and then you did the bit and it's one of my favorite things I've ever been involved in because we will you out and you're sitting there and the concede I think which is you weren't quite aware why you were in this box and then I start to say there's a limited minute amount of air and there's just this growing concern panic panic but but contained you never get out of the chair. You Never Bang on the glass and you can see that you're thinking to yourself. I this may have been an error but it's so you which is to play things uh-huh so you play these notes so quietly and with such a brilliant ear it sets you apart from everybody else and I don't know if that was a new started famously used you did stand up and then you made these these records these albums that were smash hits button button down mind just massive hits you would beat out. I think Elvis Presley for a grammy Frank Sinatra for album of the year you beat Frank Sinatra for how the year I recorded. Nineteen sixty yeah and the record came out nine thousand nine hundred sixty so and sixty fifty one at the grammy awards sixty one. It won a best new artist. It once spoken word they didn't have a category for comedy denies spoken word which could be elegant serve shirt. Whatever you know an album of the year I'm rich as as you mentioned the soundtrack of sounding sounded music and mentioned Bella Fanny and and Elvis and and frank and frank put a hit out on you after this right good thing the boards on the shoulder but they were lousy shots. That's why I'm here today and I had people starting the car for me. It's eight of rickles eighth car You know it's interesting as I was thinking about it that the the album's there's so so much comedy that is of the moment and then it's it's like milk it. It doesn't hold it goes. It goes sour quickly. Quickly and people can't understand the context. I think your comedy is timeless. It was you doing these wonderful bits and the the timing is so terrific. There's this young generation now. That's listening to podcasts in comedy podcasts and they're huge comedy fans and I think your your comedy is as relevant today. In two thousand nineteen is it was in nineteen sixty. It has stood the test of time. I hope so. I hope you're right. I'm I'm right about everything. I think that's right. I forgot there's a sign on the DS CABELA's CONAN's is right about it yes and so you can rest assured. I'm sorry for biologics. No no no. It's I'm sorry I snapped you. A quick temporary see apologize Sauna. Please stop laughing. This is a serious conversation between two conic comic. I know could shoot get out of the room. Please it. I've been trying to trying to get her out of the room. For the time. This is awful. Please place your lucky to just be here in Bay Than One and one and a half teens China glow okay okay that's. She turns on me so quickly. You were probably about the Tim Conway. Well you know what we you mentioned it briefly when you came in Tim Conway. I'm not sure exactly when this will air but Tim Conway just passed and you were at his his funeral general math. If you know mass and again someone who like you delighted me delighted me to no end as as I was coming up in the world and watching television and paying attention to funny people and who made me laugh and I know that you and Tim were very good friends France. Open I'm sorry I'm sorry for your loss because saves a really was not unexpected he had dimensioned toward the but he he will look he will live on because his legacy is in those those sketches he and heartbeat it and we usually get together. There was a group of us. as I mentioned Dick Martin Right Dick Martin Dolly Martin his wife Mike Connors Mary Lou Mike Connors Mannix Mike Connors Mannix show. I love that show yeah yeah one eight one of the coolest detectives Dickie drove a Mustang on his show anyway. You're probably right. I'm babbling now but anyway one of the one of the coolest show. TV shows of the late sixties yeah is that the name of the show by Babbling babbling. That's the name of my show. Babbel's occasionally cuts in put them down and then Bob Newhart takes over. Everything's well you do it very. They're like babbling Brook Sir. I've never heard of babbling hosts. Well not familiar with my work at my tim would tell the story so it was also. Steve Lawrence Eighty Gourmet would join don. John and Barbara joined us and Tillman. Tell these stories about about his upbringing. He told a story about his father father thought he was handy grew up the they lived in Chagrin Falls Ohio which which is interesting because what are Chagrin Grin Falls. That was the name Chagrin like. They wished they hadn't falls. What does that mean Kelsey Grin. If you gotTa have a set of falls just okay. Do I suppose so anyway so Tim's father thought he was handy around around the house so he he put in a a new door bill would she wired improper. Release so that it rang all the time except except when someone rang the door and there was silence when that would happen. Tim's father would say I'll get it. I mean his father also they were driving from chagrin falls to Manhattan or Tim's sister live and they drove to Manhattan at but I guess it's eight hundred miles something like that. They drove an They've kept circling the block and couldn't find a parking space base and father drove back to Chagrin falls. Couldn't I guess that's all you can do so so I mean you're not in that household. The Tim had to be a comedian. He has no choice. They had no choice. You did have a choice. You had a trade. You had a profession. You were an accountant accountant. You're a damned good accountant by all accounts and it's no no no no. I was not a good come okay. I just said that I had no idea I was trying to build you up. You're trying to be your height man for accounting. If I had been with Enron you Heitmann ad for.
"bob newhart" Discussed on Conan Oâ€™Brien Needs A Friend
"I'm just I'm a bleeding skull right now. Hope you're happy. I'll give you an okay. We did is she'll and the writing with with marvel. This is the Bob Newhart show. So I come into peril the section as she said, a man is in is in your office. So I come in, and there's a ventrillo. Oh my God. Such. Love this episode. He's sitting there with Danny his dummy. Yeah. And, and I'd sit down and I said, what can I do for you? And he says The Danny wants to go out on his own the dummy. Two. And it was so much fun to watch. You. Whoever had the idea to say Bob Newhart is a psychiatrist. You know, and his job is to sit there and listen to insane people because it's all about the reaction. So if anyone's to look that scene up it is, it is absolutely wonderful because you're sitting there and at one point even you get load into talking to the dummy. Which is then the dummy wants to be alone with me. Yes. Can I speak to you loan privately privately and he's like gesturing up at the guy operating got to lose this guy? Yeah. There are so many. Shoot. I told you I think I told you once one of my favorite episodes time. You were. You were long better. Get someone for her. No. She needs oxygen them. Yeah. I don't want this on my hands there. No, no. It's you'll be implicated were in the room and you'll be implicated when she is fifty. It's. No, it's, it's so nice because you've said that you think comedy is often best when it's approached from almost child like mindset, there's a simplicity to it. And this is something I think that you and I completely agree on, which is the danger of cynicism the danger of cynicism getting into comedy. And that's something that I know that you feel strongly about, and I feel strongly about there's a story, but I it was my book is a matter, Flint art, Linklater told the store in his program can say the darndest thing, which is at massive hit show. I think fifties and fifty sixty. So he's doing the show and there's this one kid in the front and attained not smiling or participating at all. So they go to commercials. So art comes over to him new said, you don't seem to be enjoying the show and he said, well, my, my dog died and I love my dog, and I miss him and hurt that. Well, he said, you know what you doc died, and you're a young a young person. And you'll live for longtime, but one day, you'll die and you'll go to heaven, and there will be your dog, and you'll be reunited with the dog. And the kids said, what does God want with the dead dog? Question. The commissioned still has that child, like quality of asking, what does God want the dog? Right. Right, right. And it and you know, obviously, there's all kinds of different movements in comedy. And their people think it should be very harsh or it should should say something it should say something I've been preaching. I was saying to you say so. I just I. Like my lawyer here. I'm getting show business. I'm getting destroyed. And soon as loving. No fan of mine. And she loves to see me get destroyed..
"bob newhart" Discussed on Conan Oâ€™Brien Needs A Friend
"I listened to his records some of the funniest comedy ever put on Eddie audio form. And, and then, of course, his multiple TV shows and his appearances in movies. And he's just such a perfect comedian. And a great man legend a legend. And he's here with us today. And I'm absolutely tickled pink. Bob newhart. I can feel the palpable anxiety in the room as Bob Newhart contemplates, being my friend. I've made attempts over the years to really connect with you. Bob, you know that you've been to my home. Oh, we're gonna get into that. You've been invite you've been into my home, and I've been to your home against your will try lick the my home. I think you'll you look, I did. When I, I was gonna move out here I was looking for a place to live. And I saw this absolutely gorgeous home that was completely out of my price range. And also, we have the tour buses going through tour buses on. Yeah. And you had a sign out front that said, no Irish. I did have a sign outside said, I'm dog. No one paid any attention to. They didn't care just kept moving at, you know, I'm a massive fan of your work and also a fan of you as a as a human being. So it's a double tree. There's sometimes people that I love their work, and I don't wanna get to know them. Or if I get a sense of, who they are Rickles. I know he's gone two years. But yeah, you know what? What's nice, you know, he's up there in heaven and he's listening to you take shots at him. And he doesn't get to say anything now. Yeah, that's right records he gets to say if you see this guy up here, don't let them in don't let him in don't if you see Newhart common don't let them in don't let him in. He's a hockey puck. That's right. Of course you end and on Rickles. Great friends for how many was it fifty years, sixty years? I mean you were such good friends. Well, I'll tell you the strive told the before the story of, of how we but I knew of Don, but I didn't I didn't know done, but my wife knew don's wife Barbara Sklar, who became Barbara Bubba Rickles, and we were in Vegas. I was at the desert was at the main room in does. And Dan was in the. Alone this Hera, which is which I love pointing out because there is a pecking order. And he. You just like to point out that you're in the main room and he's in the, the kids table. The kids table at thanksgiving. So anyway weren't town together and Jimmy said, oh, we have to get together with. I have to call Barbara, and we'll have dinner. You know, I said, great. Yeah. So we set it up. Well done done was working again the lounge and they've worked, like, you know, ten I ten in the next show was one o'clock and time. So we go to dinner and then engineers talking to Don I'm talking to barber. And now it's time to go into STI Don show, and so Jillian I'd done left, like five minutes early on addressed, and so genuine are walking into the into the lawns. And she said he is just he's sweet this man in. He is he says, a wonderful, family man, doesn't you know he he he hates being on the road he hates. He wants to be home. And I said, well, Honey, dodges his act is going to be a slightly different than what you saw..
"bob newhart" Discussed on The Gentlemen of Elegant Leisure
"But mine is not related to meeting. Bob Newhart or anything like that? Here it because it's the funny youngest person I'm born in nineteen sixty nine. So the Bob Newhart show is an existence by the time. I've aware of TV right, right? Like by the time. I'm aware that there's shows on a regular basis. The Bob Newhart show is one of them is one of those constants. And so I know that and then the Bob Newhart show. I think went off the air, maybe seventy eight maybe seventy nine right, right? So now what was done and then a few years later going through old records in the basement. I come across an album with a guy that looks kind of like Bob Newhart, but like a young guy really and his name. This is this is where it gets dumped is Bob Newhart. That's what coincidence could I'm thinking because I'm a kid like what is really are. The odds of a guy that looks sorta like Bob Newhart would have album. All now. And then so I played it. And so I discovered comedian. Yes, Bob Newhart when I was about eleven or twelve. Walter Raleigh, tried ABRAHAM LINCOLN of Madison Avenue, and so it was kind of neat to discover. But it was I felt so stupid in away afterwards because I thought Bob Newhart wasn't actor. Not a nightclub. Oh, right. That too. Reversal the old which rue as that's why it was such a delight to see him in nineteen Eighty-six because like Bob Newhart. To do driving a structure. But Bob Newhart does one of those acts where there's a bunch of comedy. But not as much as you think. And then he's gonna show video clips. Some video clip show. Yeah. That is odd. Yeah. Which I'm going to give him some slack because he's ninety he's but he's up there. Anyway, that's my story. And I saw him twice. I saw him. Again. He came to the peony. I think the knee the Pacific national ExCo writ. I think he came at year that they did show that year. All right now. What are we gonna do? No, some time got another hour. I think that show. It just is killing time. Isn't it? Oh, we should've called killing time. Oh, maybe the two person show is called Killen killing time.
"bob newhart" Discussed on 710 WOR
"W. Oh. Bob newhart. How are you? Very good. You don't even have to say anything. I mean, you're Bob Newhart. Just just the idea of you. You're absolutely right. I don't have to say a damn thing. No. I mean. About five minutes of just dead air. Just breathe. That's all we need. It's Bob Newhart. That's all we need. Just to say you were on is all we need. You don't even have to do anything. Okay. I mean, if we were doing the mount Rushmore of comedy, we'd be carving you right now into that. It'd be a real working on my forehead. I got your. I wish my wife could hear this because I keep telling her these things. She's a. I believe I mean every morning when you look in the mirror, you can go. Oh my God. It's five Newhart. I do exactly what I it's like, you're in my bedroom that you know that. And I have a when I got the EMMY award. Professor pro. In twenty thirteen thirteen or fourteen. I gotta applause. A standing ovation which I have a tape and I play every morning. Well, you got is this true? Of course, your regular on the big bang theory. And you got an EMMY for is this true that that was your first EMMY. How could that be? Well, I don't know. I never bothered me because I was in Iran with some pretty heavy weights. I mean, go look Connor. And. But it's funny. If you look at like who never got an Oscar, it's the most impressive list of all Cary Grant, Marilyn Monroe. Names. I Don t I would. I what I do doesn't. They don't give awards for. Yeah. But that's fine. I'd be very night to sleep for fifty four fifty six years now. Israeli tendency there is to kind of dismissed stand up to go and do. Situation comedies later side. I don't think Jerry ever got one. Yeah. It's unbelievable frozen solid. You're also on the world's shortest list. And that's people that have had two very successful sitcoms. That's the shortest list television. Good. Thanks, you every every superstar of sitcoms Dick Van Dyke. Whoever that tries to do it. Again. It never works. You the only guy that made it work. Even Seinfeld said, I could never do it again. So it's an amazing accomplishment. Well, thank you. That's why I'm saying I wish I could hear this. Hey, can I get a tape of this? And now, you're on the big bang theory. By the way, it's moving Monday nights to it's going to be Thursday nights on CBS big bang theory. Are you the only guy in history who was ever on the Ed Sullivan show and the big bang theory? I think so I haven't even you're probably right. Yeah. It's unbelievable. The the not only the success the longevity. Hey, when you first started, you know, a lot of your teams involved you on the telephone. And you hold the phone in your hand. If you show that the kids nowadays do they know what you're holding. No, no. I know. And then there's the phones they keep getting smaller and smaller and smaller, and I've always said that they've cousins so small now that you don't know the guy in front of you is a schizophrenic. Talking to himself software. He's on the phone. Yeah. When you see the routines now, would you bluetooth them? Or would you actually still hold the phone? Phenomenally, you know, the phone wasn't that better? But. I've had a lot of a lot of success better than a lot of comedians that use that Shelley Berman use the phone. Georgia Chessel, use the fall. But I think that's it. We're up to three now for the whole history of show business. Okay. Really about George general. If we have the time, I hope we have the time. Yeah. But George fell out. He would think insisted that they ended up is radio program. He called up his mother as a mom is this is your friend the money. Tell her about the show, but he kind of fell on bad times because he had better producer in a couple of standup committed. She would go and do you do like four or five eulogies day wear that uniform that nobody quite knew where that was from? No. No. And is doing one and they. What's his name? They said her of her. Herbal wonderful father wonderful grandfather a carrying how'd you manage? And and he looks down at the kassy's it. Oh my God. I know this guy. Bob Newhart what a career to successful sitcoms. Long-running you're on the big bang theory. Your did you ever think that you'd be back in a series? I mean, not every week but his regular after all I'm not a regular maybe once or twice a year. But yeah, Chuck glory came to me. And I we talked about doing this show or that children. We'd never gonna hit hit on the one. And I thought to myself. He said, well, if I'm ready for my annual turned off, I said, no, no, Chuck. I said I really enjoy the Saturday the the big bang theory. Yeah. And I miss I miss that being on the sound stage. You know, I said, I don't remember lines. I still can live by March. And and he said, okay, I said three things I said that it has to be in front of a live audience 'cause I don't know how to do those shows no audience there because we always had a live audience. I said it's gotta be a three shot, and he said you've got it. And then I forget the third. But it's great to watch. Bob Newhart on the on the big bang theory by it's on Thursday nights now on CBS and Bob Newhart. Thanks for being with us. You're.
"bob newhart" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"The report, the tech guy eighty eight s Leo. We will call call right now. Shafir standing by operator is standing by get you calls ramps. Leo laporte. The tech guy, Kim Scheffer is a friend of mine. Hello? Kim. And it's time to talk on the radio. Do you ever say that when you get your hop out of bed on a weekend, I'm so excited to be going to radio job. Radio radio, I love it. You know, I was just listening the other day to podcast. You know what those are right. And it was fun because actually, you know what it was. It was the Bob Newhart they have Bob Newhart has a podcast. Hello, Bob. That's the first thing people say. Bob says, yes. And he interviews comics mostly younger than him, and it's kind of fun and he was talking to Jimmy Kimmel. Oh, who started in radio as did Newhart. They both started radio and Kimmel's. Funny because he says, you know, really radios back podcast are just the same thing, the radio, the are right. Commercial free. Maybe not my podcast, baby. They're loaded. We just know. We don't know, load them up, but we do have commercials because you have a choice really. You can. There's three three things you can do if your podcast or you can give your work away and just say, I'm doing it for fun. Most podcasters as the case, you can say, I'm going to charge people for it and there's no commercials, and there's no commercials that I tried that I that my podcast, but people just really don't wanna pay for stuff, especially a podcast, you're used to get radio freeway..
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Bill Daily passes away five days after his 91st birthday
"Larry Hagman sitcom best friend has died. Bill. Daily died earlier this week in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He played Roger Healey on TV's. I dream of Jeannie and then played Bob new parts best friend Howard Borden on the Bob Newhart show. Daily had said the Newhart show wasn't for everyone. Bob, Newhart humor is so subtle. It's my mother never understood Bob Newhart, unless you have a great sense of humour. You're not going to take that stuff. Newark call daily one of the most positive people he had ever known. I dream of Jeannie star Barbara Eden tweeted, the daily was a funny sweet man that kept us all on our toes. Daily's request. No funeral is planned his family says he just wants his loved ones to have a party which had tentatively planned for next
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"Bill Daley, the affable TV actor who starred as major Roger Healey, and I dream of Jeannie as well. As the Bob Newhart show died September fourth in New Mexico. His son j Patrick Daley confirmed. This daily was ninety one in two thousand ten interview daily praised. I dream of Jeannie co star. Larry Hagman was pretty bringing stream once again who can do who can play that. Character in go round and play JR on on Dallas, Jack Nicholson might have a tough
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Alex Trebek Talks About Leaving ‘Jeopardy!’ In 2020, Names Potential Successors
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"bob newhart" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Yeah i mean that's like in a way the bob newhart series and dallas good with bobby ewing in the shower that wasn't the ending toward the end jr getting shot yeah anatomy and to still on believe it or not this week for the season that's all i was grieving after having a baby rosen easy delivery i thought you meant you had a big mac you know that was before the baby came isn't that crazy how life is a circle is a little mac mike o'brien life come back so stay tuned for that it's built on wgn tom skilling you've been waiting for for nine months mass developing this is a real summer look to it so we'll be flirting with mighty on this saturday and maybe get up to eighty on friday that means beach days pushed the warmth right up to the beach and it now looks like we might keep.
"bob newhart" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The tall ships came to boston i knew how to get up to the roof of one hundred cambridge street and i took a couple of the people the new friends for lack of better term so we had the great view towards the harbor and it's just a pleasant memory haven't thought about that memory in years tall ships one seventy six so those were the days are there any other aram tv series that had a finale for the whole series a special season or a special goodbye one of the characters i know you must have several that we've not brought up tonight the mary tyler moore show and bob newhart they both ended with a classic song one was oklahoma i think that was the mary tyler moore show and the other was a long way to tipperary i think that was the end of the newhart show anyone out there who shares these memories come on give me a call you can help me can help your.
"bob newhart" Discussed on Part-Time Genius
"Well here's a person who actually kind of looks like an account but i never realized was trained to be one and that's comedian bob newhart did you know this according to an interview he said i didn't say to myself oh here's a great void to fill i'll be a balding x account and who specializes in low key humor that's just simply what i was so it was natural for me to be that way i should really love bob newhart and i m being a lovable account apparently he wasn't very good at it i'm sure he was lovable but not good at the crafts and said there always seemed to be shortages in the accounts he was working on he even with chip in from his own pocket just to balance the books and his philosophy was apparently close enough is good enough yeah i don't think that's a motto at many accounting schools so speaking of accounts who actually chipped in their own money have you ever heard of burt pedal now so i'd never heard of him either but apparently he's named checked in a lot of rap albums he's mentioned like by biggie and run dmc into leap coyly and actually only found out about him through this article in new york mag apparently went sean puffy combs was just starting out and without a job he made an introduction to clive davis for him you know clev data's is that legendary music producer and he's also a little like bob knew are in that he fronted puffy some money so that he could stay in his new house as he was figuring out his business but you know the more i read about him pedal seen like more and more of an amazing person so i'm just going to give you some highlights he actually started out as a batboy for the yankees and as a kid he was as promising baseball player in fact he said he was dimaggio's batboy teammate and then his business manager after an injury stalled his career but he had this amazing reputation just for being super honest and he was someone who could get yet of gems and really help.
"bob newhart" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"I could not offer if i did that and i think if we went for that's good for me i felt myself sinking got quite we went for another couple of seconds jazz would start playing little jazz bed under this whole thing i'm talking to bring up by the way from from corner gas but i always sell your character as kinda voice of reason in this town not that everyone was wrong in this town but everyone no one wanted change where the guy going maybe changes all right yeah i mean i always felt that my character was kind of speaking on behalf of the viewer right go you know my characters listen you can't do that you what do you and that's you know and or sometimes just encouraging if you decide buddy coming up with a you know a weird plan to do something who can be gag go to that so i think i was influenced in that way by bob newhart i was a huge fan of bob newhart still am but i've his show the bob newhart show in the seventies in the new heart in the eighties and he kind of played that role he kind of played that guy who is surrounded by you know people who are consistently making bad decisions and he had to speak on behalf of the viewer and i kind of found myself when i started writing this you know that's kind of the role put myself i i like what you said there about the universality small towns that it's not it's not a bunch of people who are disconnected very savvy people and i don't mean to sound patronizing coming from kind of a smaller place that gets patronizing awful lot but i did find it very interesting that i would be kind of big cities and i would say i host q and taxi drivers.
"bob newhart" Discussed on MarketFoolery
"Track record as a director of film comedies and producer film comedies and television for that matter is is pretty stellar and he's gotten back into doing standup comedy and has a net flex petrol and the first ten minutes of their conversation was the two of them talking about bob newhart and i just thought baghdad sent this to barker because it's like they just in reverential tones talking about bob newhart as a standup comedian par excellence oh dude phenomenal and uh we'll we started talking about and when we were doing to go back to apropos of nothing's which is what we like to talk about of the first one where i was talking about bob newark being on my um mount rushmore of influences and i i like to think that if people are listening and they listening to me at all which doesn't sound like a great experience but i in listening to any portion of myself on a podcasting who it sounds like he's doing sort of a bad hugh grant impression in el though the like the stuttering the inability to form a sentences early on and just you just speak like a normal person but i think it's more of the bob newhart stuttering influence uh than uh than the bad hugh grant that people probably socie cme with biak as you don't have the british accent no that's what makes it such a bad impression that among other things that's true and yet you is so i was talking to people i hope that stop listening by now but we are at the holiday party the molly fool the other week and so i i got to sit or stand and talk with your lovely wife for a little bit and we were talking podcast off and why was measuring just how smooth you are at this whole thing as compared to me which i think everybody agreed with and then you actually put some work into this rate a little bit at the in the early days sure how long did that take how long did what take day cbi in getting all the the stuttering an oms and oz out of your speech they're not completely out but it took.
"bob newhart" Discussed on WCTC
"Like it was your brother into this is much was john into the club you know what i got gummy into the cubs because i've told this the bob newhart aplomb has big chicago guy shortage fan yet and when my brother john was very young he went to the ball game and he got bob newhart autograph on popcorn box at wrigley at really feel bob was so sweet to john and john came home so excited i was like while match it can happen and wrigley field i wanna go i wanna going and that's how it you're you're wrigley vandame in a way god sparks are right through bob newhart and your brother and my brother an and jack burke has you know they have a great marketing tool there you know they give free tick gibbs took cub scouts and girl scouts in organizations and our cub scout dead in seven we have free tickets to relieve field and we all went assured of jeopardy calls go there great relieved feel the cargo cubs one seven no comes villa at all said we were stars young magic can happen regularly fuel and magic happen we won the world series jim belushi here on the rich eisen show tell me about wonder we'll hear kate winslet justin timberlake gino temple and who essentially uh carry the film here uh care of goods cates film she is just terrific this film an unfortunate the bnf moody on selected knew was that it was a big deal on so i mean what is a tour artist highest level and it was like a so it was an utter via the movie is like a play i mean it is your feels it takes place 1950s it feels like a tennessee williams player arthur miller play that's very dramatic and very performance orientated and uh kate is just beautiful in it and it's probably the best work i've done no can go well let's that's awesome i know late you play humpty humpty as his name hacked the end you rush you run nick ironic so it in a kony island and she is the ill works in the oyster bar a according island were flat broken she lost her husband and i lost my wife and it was a a terrific tragedies for both of us when we.
"bob newhart" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Number one jeff cells the bed and breakfast in vermont to make way for a golf course but realizes it was all a dream when he wakes up in bed with susanne push at john uh that is the bob newhart show incorrect in correct shame on you greg gregg said mary tyler moore show no you're gonna kick yourself john j outta gas well it was one of those bob newhart what it is a just newhart show give me i knew heart in bob you are to forget might i add waking up at suit with susanne push i've not good she's been dead since two thousand and if this was password or twenty thousand are pm i would have gotten credit not sure about that but we'll continue with or two after witnessing the marriage of cleaner and soon we in dismantling of the beloved 4of7 southern jeff gets into a helicopter it leaves the korean peninsula noticing a scattering of rocks that read goodbye on the helipad range on all credit mash correct digrazia many jump the gun added not getting a number three jeff takes slow coal vengeance on those that have wronged him kills a bunch of white trash neonazis and finally bleeds out surrounded by vets of illicit drugs that's a good and greg greg that breaking bad it is indeed oh yeah i didn't think of you get in i was thinking about like a military takeover describing red dawn adding good sized genes it ahead to more here jeff walks off the air today and quickly realizes that all this time he's actually been trapped in a snow globe and prisoner to a young autistic child and beloved character actor at flinders.