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"bowe jack horsemen" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

03:14 min | 4 months ago

"bowe jack horsemen" Discussed on Never Seen It

"Lady who work in that day just like man this is. I want unemployment. I don't WanNa be here anymore. I picture like have you seen Bowe Jack Horsemen? I think I don't know who I think. It might be Pat Nozzle who voices the Penguin that runs the Penguin Book Publishing Picture. Some sort of like the lawyer from the simpsons is like the kind of person who's running the unemployment website and they're just like. Oh Jeez. Oh God and then sees the ticker people waiting at nine all right here we goods. I feel like I don't know. Luckily government websites already run. So well yeah They're already spend a lot of money on dude. I was on the phone with Kyle about this. I accidentally let my like fast track. You know the thing. That a like an eastern. Yeah yeah totally I let that lapse and then their system is so fucked. They just never told me that and so. I just Raqqa. I owe them forty bucks and it wasn't deducting from my credit card because my credit card was declined or something and so I was talking to them on the phone yesterday and I was like okay. Can I just pay for this? And they're like well We can't you can't do this online because your account lapsed and I was like. Yeah but you've been charging me for six months. They're like yeah. Well your credit card was declined and I was like but I still have an account Dan and they're like well. You still have an account with us. But you don't know an account online and I was like all right and they were like okay. Well if you just mail us back Ez pass thing. And then we'll deduct twenty five bucks and you only have to pay. Us Eighteen and then if you want to start an account again we'll send you an easy pass again but you have to make sure your account is closed and I was like what am I just kept this one gave you forty bucks. And then we're fine and they were like yeah. Well it doesn't work that way. I know and they will do the same thing as the easy pass. Physical thing is free. They just send it to you. Yes I remember At South by South West Two Thousand Eleven. There was like a like a brand activation thing. Talk before you go on for everyone and check south by South. West is a thing where people used to go outside. It was outdoor movie and Technology Festival Rand Activation. All over it and the examples would send like a street team and they had this like game where they walk around. And I'm like they would give you a card and like usually like when someone's getting like swagger game wherever like they'll give you something and then like tell you like to go to the website or like where this thing or whatever zepos game was. They can't do a card. And it was like fifty two card deck car. Like a joker or like a ace of spades or like a three of hearts or whatever and then they try to explain to you all right so every day if to find examples person. We're going to do a new car each day and at the end the festival you put together the best hand you show it to us than we bring it back to the other plan like it was this really long convoluted game where they were trying to get everybody to play like the best poker hand or something like what are you doing. I'm drunk. I'm trying to find I right now. And then go black lip show like teaching ochre hand over five days south by southwest. Where basically what happens at south by his whole day every day. Someone is yelling. Michelle.

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"bowe jack horsemen" Discussed on A Bipolar, a Schizophrenic, and a Podcast

A Bipolar, a Schizophrenic, and a Podcast

13:16 min | 6 months ago

"bowe jack horsemen" Discussed on A Bipolar, a Schizophrenic, and a Podcast

"Welcome to not crazy. I'm here with my co host. Jackie who lives lose with major depression. And you know my co-host Gabe who lives with bipolar disorder. And today we are going to talk about Bowe Jack Horsemen the show is is ending the show on net flicks. Most people have heard of it but it did something exciting longtime fans of the show. Know that there's this thing that I dislike and they sort of did it on Bo Jack which validated me in ways that I cannot explain it. It just made me so happy Jackie so much so that you sent me a text that said have you seen this and I was like no and then you said I feel so hurt invalidated dated. We must talk about this and I said okay fine and you agreed to watch three episodes of a show that you'd never watched before. What did you think of it did? Did you like the show I hated it. Hit is a strong word. I literally hated it. Okay but Adam liked it adamant. I watched it together and atom cursed Gabe a few times. He's like why the fuck did tell us to watch this. Show the general consensus over here. It's pretty awful. It is a very popular show and people are sad that it has being cancelled. After hearing Jackie's scathingly mean review. I kind of wish Bo Jack was because he'd be like not crazy podcast. I hated hated it. It was awful and then he drink and pass out drunk. which if you're a fan of the show was hilarious but just a meaningless aside that makes game very very happy? You asked me to watch three episodes so I fell asleep through two of them but I will say that the moment that I saw what you were talking about I recognized it and I was like okay I see you so. Do you want to tell everybody what happened tobacco just a little bit Beau Jack Horsemen. It's a cartoon. And all of the characters are are very one dimensional Bo Jack. He used to be famous. He's narcissistic he's an alcoholic and he has depression and that's just who he is the character that we're GONNA be talking about for the remainder of the show. Is a character called Mr peanut butter. Mr Peanut butter is also famous. He's also an actor. He's a yellow golden retriever. And he's very happy he's he's basically my wife as a cartoon character. He's just eternal sunshine. He's Pollyanna no matter. What happens in the world? He can find the good in in it. and that's his one dimensional character this characters so happy positive that in the show. They're trying to find ways to keep him in the public eye or something. I don't know I fell asleep. But his assistant. Maybe I don't know somebody was like we'll make these memes with your face on them and the memes were sad dog means and he he was like I'm not a sad dog. I don't like these. I can't relate to them because I'm not sad like his whole point on the show is to be like a puppy dog. Yeah here's he's an extraordinarily happy dog and he's famous. That's all you need to know. They do find a picture just a single picture of him looking sad and they make their memes. They're called the sad dog names and social media being what it is. It takes off like gangbusters. The sad dog meam is everywhere. People love it and that gives him a small amount. Just a tiny amount of notoriety as a sad dog and sadness is a quick jump jump over to depression. Mr Peanut butter has depression so the powers that be decide that they wanna make him in the face of depression and they you pay him to go on tour and to make. PSA's and to do all of this stuff to advance the cause of mental health advocacy advocacy of getting checked for depression for this guy who doesn't have it and Gabe is so furious that they've given a cartoon dog this this stance where he is the face of depression. which is ridiculous? This is where I was like. Okay I see what keeps talking about where somebody who who probably is not clinically depressed. No there's no probably he doesn't. He does not have it in like real life like transferring to real life life not cartoon world now the face of mental illness slash depression in huge mental illness advocacy spaces celebrities who may or may not live with an actual mental illness. Who are now speaking on behalf of us for us to the whole world for lots and lots of money so I see your point but now that's it I just I see your point in the show? Mr Peanut butter actually has a conversation where he says look. I don't have depression. And and the person who is trying to encourage him to take this cash grab says well that's one of the hallmarks of depression not thinking that you have depression Russian so I should point out that in the show he sort of tricked into being the face of depression but I wanna be clear. He doesn't have depression he's not depressed. He's never been mentally ill. None of these things are true but he becomes the face of of depression and people start listening to him on what he thinks they should do. And the world should do to be better and and suddenly he becomes the expert. This dog. Who has it no mental illness? Who's never suffered from depression? Who's never researched depression? Who's WHO's not a doctor a therapist? He's never even been a mental health advocate. All of the sudden becomes who people are listening to to get their the information and to make their mental health decisions. I see this happening in the real world all the time and it drives me crazy in fairness for two reasons one one because I want all that money not going to lie I want the money should be me but too because this is dangerous. We're following people who don't understand our lives who don't understand what they're doing or talking about and we're listening to them as if their opinions or information is accurate and valid Loyd. I believe that hurts people. Okay questions first question. Let's say these spokespeople don't live with mental illness. But what if they just really. We support the 'cause they have loved one with mental illness. Then say that we see this in the case of bring change to mind and Glenn Close Glenn Close supports her sister sister and her nephew who live with severe and persistent mental illness. Glenn Close says that she founded an organization. She gives a stage to people like her sister who lives with bipolar disorder and her nephew who lives with schizo affective disorder and help them get their message out there. I think that that is a very worry positive. Use of celebrity. And Yeah Oh Fanta. Glenn Close Me To who isn't right but next question even if they are not somebody who who lives with but they are somebody with a lot of clout there well known. They are super famous and they're bringing attention to the cause and or organization maybe fundraising a lot of money. Is it really so bad. So yes and no rate in your example. You're like to have a lot of cloud. They're bringing a lot of attention and they're raising a lot of money is is that bad. No if you consider those four things that no of course now where would that be bad. But that's generally not what's happening because if that was happening you probably wouldn't. I didn't know they were behind it. The number of people that don't realize that Glenn close started bring change to mind staggering because she's not front and center the Organization is I'm talking about the people that are charging twenty five thousand dollars for speeches who are traveling the circuit who are doing. PSA's but I almost questioned. Who wrote these things things? They don't even look accurate. Are you feeling sad. You might have depression. Why are we acquainting sadness and depression? This is like saying are. Are you feeling wet. You might be drowning. There's a world of difference between having water on your skin and drowning but this is the kind of misinformation that gets perpetuated. Petro waited by. I'm GONNA say well meaning people but just because you're a celebrity. That makes you a good celebrity. It doesn't make you a good spokesperson for an illness. Yes and I don't think people have an understanding of this because celebrities aren't used to being told no and they can afford to run their own campaigns so in this scenario what should they be doing right. Mental Health Organization needs a spokesperson. What should they be doing in your example if they wanNA lend their name celebrity be and money to a mental health organization? I think that is very appropriate. Because what they would say is hi. My name is Joe Celebrity and I want you to support report Mental Health United States of America nonprofit with your time and energy. They have the correct information. They have vetted it and and I am using my celebrity to raise attention for it. And also. Here's a whole bunch of money so they can offer their programs information etc for free. I think that's that's extraordinarily appropriate. But that's not what a lot of these folks are doing. They're showing up on late night. TV saying I have depression and anxiety Eddie and it was so awful for me. The stigma was great. And you should hire me to tell you my story. How is paying you? Twenty five thousand dollars to tell me what. It's like to be a multimillionaire with an anxiety. Zayed's helping people with schizophrenia. And I'm being serious. If you can tell me how that is helping. I will back off immediately. I see your point here and I could probably probably argue it either way right. I can say yes clearly. Celebrities with all of their money in assistance in whatever their stories are not as relatable able as. Let's say you're I however. Does it make their stories any less true or meaningful. This is where life is hard rates because there's a a real human element here. I don't WanNa tell Joe Celebrity that his story isn't relevant because he is famous and rich but I do want Joe Celebrity to understand that his story is not typical. And we get into this. I'm going to call it a problem with all forms of advocacy. It's like white privilege or male privilege. You know women are like look. You're getting extra because you're a man and the man says well that's not fair. I worked hard. Nobody's saying that you didn't work hard. We're just saying that you didn't have to overcome your gender if you are wealthy and you have access to money and resources your your situation is not the same as the average Joe non celebrity who is being diagnosed with these things and I would just like to see one of these people stand end up and say you know I'm a multimillionaire. I'm a millionaire. I have been world famous for a decade and I just now came out because that's how terrified. I was of admitting that I had a mental illness. So I don't know what hope the rest of you have. That aren't multimillionaires us. That aren't world famous because I was terrified to do it with all of my resources. And you're just a regular person who may or may not have health both insurance. But that's never the message. Is it the messages that they're so brave that they're so brave and we must embrace them by hiring them to speak and tell us how they're exactly act like us except they're not exactly like us at all. I want some acknowledgement that. They're not exactly like us they're not. I don't want to defend celebrities celebrities here but I could argue if I was going to argue this point. I don't know if I am but hypothetically if I were to argue this point they have a lot more to lose than than your average person. Let's say their career. Yes you are. I could lose our career as well but my career doesn't mean losing millions of dollars. It is worse because then I would probably for sure be homeless. They probably wouldn't be homeless. I don't know maybe I'm not arguing. This appropriately because I am talking myself out of the argument as we're doing it right now. I don't know on the show. Somebody who is not depressed acts as a depression advocate. That is not okay right. If you don't have it don't pretend you have it. No good we can. Both agree agree on that and it's important to recognize that the reason that a show that has watched by millions of people is lampooning. This is because it's relatable it's it's because it happens it's because it's occurring. I always said that I want to be so famous. The Simpsons Make Fun of me on the Simpsons because the simpsons only make fun of you on the Simpson's after you've made it. They're not making fun of people you've never heard of the reason that Beau Jack Horsemen. The television show is making fun of this is because it is so consistent and in our culture that they made fun of it and they knew that it would get laughs and people would relate to it. They're not making this up out of thin air. This happens constantly. Constantly Bentley are top advocates in the space are suddenly people that what what did they do. Well first of all excellent use of lampooning. Just saying I've been using big words. Well that was a good one..

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"bowe jack horsemen" Discussed on Recently Added

Recently Added

36:50 min | 9 months ago

"bowe jack horsemen" Discussed on Recently Added

"Your family is always like Oh this'll be great for us we'll do it and then you see the family I passed between families every decade Alexander the show fucking rule this regard why have we given a ship for so long Jerry used yeah stepsister all looks the same everybody the same amount of scrub everybody yeah I feel like there's two there's the young rookie cops who like work out all the time station there's like the dude over twenty years and they just look like fucking garden yes absolutely yeah I watch all the shows right exactly wait for I gotta wait for my wife to be we we've over an hour you don't want to watch them without the carriage I you know I'll say it is I to expect and then I heard people being like this is good and it was I thought it was just very apply Vicki yes sure and I had I I had a little problem with just how by the Book bio-pic year well I realize I don't like bio-pics but I enjoyed this however one of us didn't realize this was a true story I'll realize Smith from a different perspective you got it wasn't a mall commission based on real people in the end they showed some clips from the actual movies that's right the end when they showed thinks she's like what he was real that's what I said I thought it was true story but I I didn't know what it meant like based on one individual occurrence I thought that because we were talking about how like Wesley Snipes is doing so much was the best one ask kills he's amazing Comeback Missing Eddie Murphy even was being like kind of subdued yeah but he was on the road like it was so then when he had a scene with Eddie Murphy at the scene with almost felt like back they were like fighting conflict over like what is it doing so much of this character yeah I didn't think Eddie Murphy was like particularly second what he was doing was the real that's just like a guy that was real yeah Rosemary's baby yeah I loved it I the point that I wanted to bring up which was bothering me was so like in the beginning Rudy Ray Moore's like this kind of failed entertainer and then this Hobo here this Hobo doing these rhymes tapping and wrapping things and he basically just steals all the Hobo aerial becomes rich and famous you know meant the Hobos live right now he never goes back and gives the money the Hobos never like you took it to the big time he never goes back and gives them a by the way so what happen he does Hobo those boats so it's just like one bottle of whisky you don't share the prophets and forty twenty dollars all in ones or forty a scene where so there's a theater that the Hobo tells them about I saw like cow you they're like Duke Ellington than they've fixed the theater fight the Hobos the come in actually delivering Out Back to Phil Phil that's true even say it when they dope heads out and if you don't recognize the Hobo that he took the jokes from then you've never seen anything that the Hobo Hobo in literally every Cabbie guests ha actually doesn't have t we need you lake but that track to fame is like what so many people did that's what cheech and Chong dishes that's what Elvis Presley did I just want to see a comeback around you probably took it to the big time thanks so much or whatever no it is just funny how like there's no shame in being it was the seventy two in his thing was I wanted to be famous I'll do whatever it takes you know it fit in but it was also like the Guy One hundred bucks yeah yeah for sure Moins I like cheered at certain points I loved it so it's a feel good story like down in the dumps and then he pulls it all around it's a roller poster even it's pretty by the number yeah it's like it's just all the good things like if somebody tells him no he has turned it around by the next like yes I know well yes I do it but he puts all his money on the line three times and they always pay off and that he's got a bet on yourself walker was like shoot he do that yeah but honestly where he put his record money on the movie that's a bad idea terribly unless you're like fifty and you're like Yo this is it five years of greatness amazing diabetes die fright pretty soon this is fantastic and I'm gonna I'm GonNa live it out I'm going to bet on myself again they didn't talk about how like until ninety two yeah he died later because he was able to like talk about Oh wait no I was thinking of I was undying later because I because right after I wake up every single person in the a carrick the guy that was laying died like only a couple of years later on well that Guy I'm sure someone might have been I think that was the thing that elevated from like the by the numbers bio fitness was all the all the casting was great like oh cans grapes funny Wesley snipes the Sole Fun Wesley Snipes this is what I'm assuming they said to him they said Hey please stop doing that please stop to do it for movie he's like like they told him that his character may be gay and so like sometimes do like a real stereotypical whatever like an offensive gay thing is I feel like that I mean he was having any more fun with the role than because we meet him and he's on a date with that woman is that he's not class of skip he's there with social confused what's next next yeah definitely watch it it's you're going to I talk about it at the Irish comes next week but yet I I don't like bio-pics yeah because I definitely hated Bohemian rhapsody I've made fun of it as I was take it sucks but it's the worst version but I didn't realize that was it was the form of a love bio-pics also my absolute favorite genre which this fits is imaginative romantic comedy but instead of somebody pursuing a partner they're pursuing job that's my I don't know what you call that genre but that's my favorite genre that we're finally are those are all in a year deb wears Prada's unbelievable this fits book it's a bio-pic and it's also somebody job but I need a year I need like like give me a story in a year lake trading places I don't know why bring that up but that we just talk about that at work today it's we'll fantastic montage hits and they're all coming together you're like I'm feeling good yea all going to get enough I am but I like this so when the edibles hit hit though marie-lise montages I don't know about them they're a critical part of a bio value ages the scene thirty minutes of Thicker next stories exclusively montages the girl next door with I love that movie too talbert yeah he was unhappy ending she was fantastic four she was on Carrying one of the best she always got shows like going or going happy endings is all you gotTa Watch shoney's really one of my favorite Yeah Hey we'll shout out to a you show allies young Alicia at least you got brake told me it was electric Alicia they were just wanting to have another one hundred up next we got another thing you're going to talk about Bowe Jack Horsemen season six the first half of the final season so many comedian guest stars yet none in this room what the bucks going on now just kidding this is a great show yeah but seriously I went to watch this season and realized I hadn't seen the fifth season oh I'm three episodes okay well that's very good yeah I heard there's a sexual salt four well this season with the fall in this and that's like with the seasons so trigger warning Oh yeah I have not seen this show at all I'm sorry guys I thought it was like maybe the third season that's how old I am because I did because I only watched like one episode once I imagine that time stopped I'm it's fantastic I just haven't watched it it's very big into depression and exploring that's the main crux of the show I would say masked as a comedy but it's not at all substance abuse pitfalls of fame yeah it's so dark it is very dark yeah and but it's very fun cartoons and the puns there's enough puns through out for you to like really enjoy it if you're me but it is very dark and was living with people that's beautiful lover of word play show yeah absolutely but if you have a regular life and enjoy regular like more fun things the dark affixes great shows I love the show the show's fantastic having watched all bug Jack we'll do a deal they they do re they show reruns of Bodak Horseman on Comedy Central and I always I'm always like sad for comedy decentral that they have to show Netflix shows. I've a I've considered this a lot yeah upset for us that this show Netflix but yeah Yah Commercials Watch half hour comedy central Ed project before the office and then and then immediately preceding friends marathon but then watched outside attitude okay that's Up Next rattlesnake our twenty five minutes a woman saves a child from a snake bite but asks for mood if evidence turned yeah I watched this whole movie yeah I heard I skip through I watched an hour and maybe ten ten minutes left in the movie so this movie's a lot of a woman could walk could walk from point A. to Point B. for two and a half minutes in this movie there's nothing going on but there's interesting Charlotte that's really liked that center it's where she her cars malfunctioning she doesn't have any service they stopped to change a tire her her daughter gets bit by a rattlesnake she takes it to the nearest trailer in the desert where this woman curious her but then I would not trust is like you got to kill somebody well she doesn't say it right that he says will kill somebody and if you think complain snaps his fingers Shit goes down yes and then the rest of the movie is her like trying to kill people but like trying to work up the nerve yeah and then leading a bunch of great opportunities passer-by at one point she almost kills like an old wait right before he is the versed once yeah out or something yeah yeah and then she meets like a bunch of other people who have been killed and I think I'm good I feel like an interesting I'm moving on there's a lot of scenes where it's like a that kind of noise any if you do that and a close up on a person then it's like yeah the weird strings that are all disk Gordon and it's like Oh yeah Whoa Gordon strings are coming got it all right well then I don't even need to see it you just described you guys already signed up next we watch it cheap prank encounter here's hard to look at kid from strangers things here does prank show where the prank he is put into Classic Horror Joseph which is fantastic name run with star scare tactics yeah and I loved it. the two and I've never seen in Dorothy I've never seen that show but I watched franken counters remember when have some actor kid molest their minimum wage job. It's nothing like the description made it sound like the prank was One of the most heartbreaking punked episodes ever Jennifer Love Hewitt she hadn't done anything in like a couple years and she goes to this meeting for Pitt movie and then like it gets crazy and then Ashton comes out and it's like oh it's a prank at the dinner is like there's no movie yeah sandy like fuck and.

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"bowe jack horsemen" Discussed on Feminist Frequency Radio

Feminist Frequency Radio

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"bowe jack horsemen" Discussed on Feminist Frequency Radio

"So much like, so there's an episode where she goes she like causing sick to work because she's like nervous about a thing that she's supposed to do at work that day and goes to the supermarket with two, two guys issue that she needs to deal with. And but there's this whole like song birdie basically feels like the world is collapsing in on her. But she doesn't have like a reason why, she says that she's, you know, one point she says, quote, she's losing her shit for no reason. It's like this little musical number. But at another point, she also says, maybe it's just this eft up were after world and there's nothing wrong with me. Me and gosh, like I have those thoughts just like spinning around in my head all the all like all the time about, like why? Am I why am I anxiously? Why am I so afraid, why am I this? Why am I DAT? Like what what's wrong with me? Or is it is it like is this a normal natural response to all this horrible shit that's happening in the world constantly, you know what? I don't know. And so, I just I feel like this show is so compassionate both to its main characters and also to its viewers who will most likely find a great deal that they can relate to in these characters. And I also have to say that. So birdie's boyfriend spectacle. It's not the same kind of relating to. But like there's a moment. Where? Like to sell to celebrate this thing that's going on with birdie. He makes oven fries. He just like makes. Laziest whatever, like are you serious, like you, you made oven fries, but, you know, to him, it's like a big a nice gesture? It's a big deal to kinds of fries in there and it's wrong with oven fries. No, nothing. I mean, it's, it's well, I've never for you. It's not what we think of as traditional romantic gesture. But you know it's sweet and but what I love is like there's a moment, so birdies like I'm just going to go take these, these in bed and speckles says, don't make yourself a new boyfriend out of fries a boyfriend which is exactly and I mean exactly the kind of dumb joke. Any partner of mine would have to put up with like constantly. Thank you. Thank you speckled for representing that. This show is so funny and smart. Yes, like it definitely has that like so with Bowe, Jack horsemen. It is bleak. It's really, really smart and bleak wherewith to birdie. It's not that same kind of not to compare them, but it's hard not to sometimes it's not that same kind of darkness, and that kind of bleak despair, nece, and I, I look, I actually stopped taking notes, because I just got so into the show and I was just howling like it was it's so funny and so smart and I can barely remember most of the points. But like, you know, the very first episode, there's this, like shitty little bully kid that yells empathy is over being a bulliest cool again. And you just it's just so funny. And then little things like there's a beat like, there's, like putting makeup on, and there's a beat conceal which is like, makes her beak disappear as opposed to just like a different color like. That was an episode about body image and having self doubt about the way you look and that was too steep. And like we talked about the, the boob popping out and be like, I'm done. And then it comes home, and it's fucking hungover like there's just so many little details in this in the show that are just really, really smart, whether it is like over statements about social media. So like when birdy comes up with a new type of pastry like there's all these Instagram like photos about it, and then, like, there's this huge line..

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"bowe jack horsemen" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

13:56 min | 1 year ago

"bowe jack horsemen" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"You. So love my cats. Let me tell you a little bit about them all of our he he's definitely going to be the one to protect us squirrel outside when the squirrel shows up near a window that guy he's got his hackles raised and he's ready to fight. Thank you Oliver downside when he's hungry. He'll jump on your face Layla on the other hand. She's great with the licking of the face. Lots of looking at the face. That's both a good thing in a bad thing. Yeah. Looks both ways. But there is one thing about the cats. I don't love so much. It's the litter box, which is why arm and hammer created new cloud control litter. There is no cloud of nasties when you scoop it is one hundred percent dust free free of heavy perfumes and help reduce airborne gander from scooping. The what happens in the litterbox stays in the litterbox, new, cloud, control cat litter by arm and hammer more power to you. If you know anything about Bowe, Jack horseman one of the great comic characters of the last twenty years. You know, that maybe he's solid cystic and selfish has a lot of foibles can be charming tons of flaws. But the other thing that you know, that you probably didn't even think to bring up is. He's a horse the guy's a horse. And why is the guy a horse well, primarily because of my next guest. Lisa. Hanna Walt who is out with a new series. She is the visual stylist behind Bo. Jack horsemen her new series, two and birdie is about a coup- couple of avian Powell's just making their way in the world. It looks a lot like Bo Jack. But there are some key differences that I wanna get into. Hello, lisa. Thank you for having me on Bocek. Do you are you in the writer's room working on scripts like what's your involvement right at all? And I don't you know, do anything with the plot. It's like sometimes Rafael will run an idea pass me. But but yeah, I don't work on the. Rips at all I sit near the writer's room. So I eased drop on them a lot to get to show going. Did. He tap you. I mean, how did beau Jack come to life looking like, he does it was sort of partly inspired. By my drawings of animal people tons of books out. And yeah, who you you're part of a collective, which is the best part of the best way to draw. Oh, are you talking about pizza islands pizza house, right? The most famous collective, yes. Of female cartoonists in green point of the late audits. That's right. We were real part of the site Geist. But yeah. So he based it on my animal people. And then from the beginning, I designed all the main characters and are directed the show, and like the new show, there's I guess if you have an animal world, you have the opportunity for good animal puns, but you also have to make the rules of the world. And I think and I'm going to get to the differences. But in the new show, the the rules are very similar to the old show in that. Well, let's see they have most of your animals have feet. Yes. That the actual animal wouldn't have enhance. Yeah. And they all have well, you tell me like to cook. She does some to cash things. But then some things that are probably very unto Kanishka. I don't know how many two cans to work, for instance. Yes. Right. She does work which I have seen two cans do in the wild. But but yeah, she's home presenting. It's right. It's a mating ritual. She's mostly human. But yeah, the the animal characteristics do kind of come into her behavior. But she was inspired by me watching a nature documentary of two cans and going. Oh, that's me. That's what I'm like. Oh, you're like a to Kim. This to was watching was stealing eggs out of other bird's nests and gobbling the eggs, and I was like, well, I'm greedy with food. So I just really relate to this on a deep narrow a slice. What's birdie like what kind of bird is? She I is a song Thrush. So she likes singing, but she's very shy. She's more anxious. She's a little more introverted. But she's like kind of brave on the inside. And she's kind of her own sort of bad ass. Did you cast the voice actresses or the actresses after you created the characters? Yeah. I created the characters first. And then we cast Tiffany pretty early on. That's right too. Took is very Tiffany haddish. That's I mean when I saw her in girls trip, I said, that's a tuba. Gotta get. And then I worried originally that. Allie Wong was also a to co because she's so fearless and bold in so hilarious and her comedy. But she came in and auditioned, and she was just perfect as birdie. Okay. The biggest change that. I saw is. It's not just the fauna. You had the fun of down in the new show. That's right. There's flora we're getting into flora. Wow, Florida talk. Well, they do when they don't. I mean, we have a character Drake. Who's like a plant lady? And she's very mysterious. And it seems that I like she doesn't talk. But then she's just a little Kasa turn. Is that what you say? Like, she's just she. She speaks win. It's important wallflowers. Yeah. See I know you would run with the puns 'cause I've seen yourself. They're mostly pun, right? Why play duck? Yes. Duck Bill duck Bill. Belarusian of playbill dot com. That's a Dafur dogs living room. He's he's likes to play. Like, why did you wanna get the roses and the flowers and the plants in there? I just think it's fun and weird. And it's something I hadn't quite seen a lot of before. And it was something I had tried to do on Bo Jack. And Rafael the crater was like, no, absolutely plants. Don't talk on this show. What are you doing? I was like. I was like well on my show. They will know the other another thing about this new show. Unlike Bo, Jack, and I think I'm like most other cartoons is that you'll do the thing where the plot is going along, and boom it freezes. And then there's some information on the screen. There's some labeling. And I'm I I I want to ask you where that comes from. But what it reminded me of? And maybe could tell me if this was partly an inspiration is the beginning of Coyote and road runner when they'd stop. And they'd always put, you know, chase this road run a kiss on the name like this faux Latin scientific naming that was one of the things. It reminds me of an another thing. It reminded me of is in movies by help me out. What's the guy who did boogie nights? And. L Pov p PT people Tompkins Tompkins. The PT Anderson. It also reminds me, and there are some Anderson. Tompkins in a PT Anderson is wow. So it does remind some Paul Thomas Anderson movies where they do stop. And then there are some labels and kind of joke labels on a probably playing on something else. I understand it's an opportunity for great comedy. But where does it come from? Well, that was kind of wanting to make the show look more like my personal work and look more like my comic books because originally we got back from the first director, Amy Winfrey, and it was very much treated like a bow. Jack episode where it's very true to the script. And while this is a script based show, we had a meeting with all the directors were like feel free to break this apart like delete lions at lines at whole scenes, if you need to like break this apart visually flip through my comic book, see how just kind of I'll have a short story and then randomly they'll just be a list of things. My books are really weird. And kind of a can be over the play early weird because we're used to books that aren't like that. Yeah. You know? I mean, they're they seem unstructured to some people. But to me, I'm like, no, this makes complete sense to me little Tristan shandy. Right, which has like a whole page. Just a black and compla- calm. You are reading this physical object the book, so why not play with it a little bit you need pacing in there. Like, I love I love a blank page. So we'll do that sometimes with their show where it's very hyperactive. There's a lot going on visually. But sometimes it just gives you like a breather like a characters baking or she's just standing in the water looking at her fi. Luckily, there's a lot of there's there's jokes there too. There's a lot of jokes jokes to pick up on your parents were biologists. They are yet. Well, they the retired now. But yes, microbiologists very very small by coincidence about what you do. And how you look at the world. Oh, I'm sure there's a little bit of how did by church. Yeah. Amidst all the nature that we're talking about. But how did by all Aji per se influence, like if we went to your house leases has young girl where would the biology show up. I mean, I think it helped that they just had a lot of curiosity about the world and about life, and they had a lot of like art objects in our house because they travel a lot, and they pick up things and a lot of weird sculptures and paintings and lots of books of like, you know, weird animals and dinosaurs. And I mean, just like the curiosity was just really influential on me. And my dad would be like look at this video of cancer cells multiplying, you know, like cancers terrible. But it is fascinating. We would like to Aratu Kate it. But while it's here. Let's look at how it works. You know, turn away. Yeah. Explained to me as if I had no idea because I don't what's the amount of drawing you do. And are you like the titular master chef who kinda tells people what the dishes, and then hands it off and make sure they do it right ham? Yeah. That's a really. Good analogy, and I do a little bit less every season because I'm trying to like delegate more and like this season seasons. Six we're working on right now. And I have a new art director, Sarah hockey. So I'm passing a lot down to her. But with basically all the major characters I making one drawing of them in one pose and I designed their costume color them in everything I showed to rough AL we talk about it. I make sure it's just right? And then I pass down to the character department, and they turn it around. Give him mouths and like really flesh them out. And then the backgrounds I are direct. So I look at them, and I tell if you know, we want to change the colors if we want to add background jokes. Or if if something's just not working in the context, I I'm the one with the sort of bigger picture view of everything. Like, I I'm like well in this scene this family lives here. And that doesn't really that's not what I'm seeing like, they're rich families. So let's make sure this looks fancy or tacky or you know, I'm just kind of looking at the bigger picture of the show. So that's with bow Jack and to convert Bo Jack with to birdie, I'm like the captain of the ship. And I'm in every meeting I'm the head writer. So I'm in the writer's room. And yeah, I'm just how much dialogue are you writing in this show a lot like I wrote several episodes myself, and then I'm finishing up every script as it comes through. Like, basically, everything has my my pop rants all over it. Tell me about birdies she looks almost like a gyp Shen. I mean, we only see her from one angle and the and the beak kind of goes. Chuka rules of to his head because her beat goes kinda two hundred seventy degrees. And sometimes looks mentioned all hieroglyph. It's funny. You mention higher glyphosate. That was something. We wanted from the beginning we wanted to very iconic look for her which is kind of flat two dimensional like her head to the side. Look, and I like that because that's how birds actually look at things because their their eyes are on the sides of their head instead of the front. Well, it depends on which birds right predators that looking right at you. Pray. It's on the side. Oh, that's right. Yeah. Wonder that's usually most of nature, but I'm wondering if you know predators and prey can get along. I mean, obviously, there's a lot of inter-species dating a lot. Like, you know, when a pre isn't birdie making out with a snake at some PS. Yeah. Back as a bad relationship. You would think really snakes suck the blood out of her. But yeah, I like I like the flat look to the drawings. I want it to look like a comic book. I don't want it to look like a three dimensional like Pixar, you know, kind of thing. So whenever it starts getting to rendered. And we're seeing like that huge too. Beak in three dimensional space. I want to kind of tone it back and make the drawings. Look, a little more conic and silly and cartoony iconic duos from pop culture that these two are similar to or based on. I mean, the easiest comparison is broad city. And that makes sense because it was super like, you know, I super influenced by it, and it was just a very groundbreaking show. And I think someone's going to do a story on this entitled at birds. I know I've already put like ABBIE and Alana are just so amazing to me. And that was one of the first times I felt that I was like fully represented on TV watching that show. More recently Penn fifteen was like a great show that I really loved. But if this were pen fifteen they'd be playing like eaglets. That's right. Adult. Right. Maybe in the gossiping just in the versions combat shows amazing. What do you owe interested in think of this what to the characters in your world, think of omelettes? I mean, there's a part where I don't want to spoil it. But like one of them eats their own eggs, and it's kinda gross. And like, I it's like wait is that okay in this world. And then later another bird is like wait you hit your own egg. That's so gross. So yeah, I don't know we're kind of poking fun at like, what people might what the questions that are raised might be do any of the birds live in nests or Burr non apartment type set apps, perhaps why not? And I if a story calls for it. Yeah. I guess the last thing you have to ask you is about the cores. Now, aren't the cars kind of anthropomorphized? Also, they look they look a little bit looks like they have personalities. Yeah. I I wanted them to look cartoon evil. You've you've drawn a lot of different cars over the years. Isn't that one of the things that you always are drawing? I do kind of car I do like cars I like thinking about them. I like getting that like consumer reports car issue, and I'm afraid of car crashes. So I draw those a lot. Yeah. To and birdie is the new show on Netflix. Lisa hannibal. Does that also that the podcast baby geniuses, which we should mention and is a producer and responsible for the look of beau. Jack horsemen Lisa. It was great to me. Thank you so much. This

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"bowe jack horsemen" Discussed on Anchor Entertainment Rundown

Anchor Entertainment Rundown

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"bowe jack horsemen" Discussed on Anchor Entertainment Rundown

"It's the weekend, the most wonderful time of all, because that's what we at entertainment rundown play our weekly game go out or stay in. So hold onto your hat or take a medium-sized strip of duct tape and a single ink pen, duct tape, the pen to the top of your hat. Then walk around your community. Wait until you over here. Someone say they need a pen dramatically. Remove your hat and say, here you go friend, I've taped a pen to my hat, so I always have a pen when it's needed. And the only downside is that I didn't show up for work today. The entertainment news starts now. Here we go. Did you have the craziest dream last night about chatting with LeBron James in a barbershop, then get ready to feel you're dreaming and waking life blur together as if by magic because a LeBron James barber shop talk show is coming to HBO. The show will be called the shop. The first episode airs August twenty eighth, and it will feature LeBron James maverick Carter and snoop Dogg. And if you're worried now that you've lost track of whether you're inside a dream or not, don't worry. Just use that trick from inception where you take spinning top spin it and then just stare at it for a while. I think I did not understand that movie on new Charlie's angels movie is coming, accept all the angels are cats, just kidding, but it would be great if someone ran with that idea, the new Charlie's angels will start Kristen Stewart as the one who doesn't feel like smiling right now. And I only Scott and Ella Balint sky as. The other two, Elizabeth banks will direct the movie and play the role of Bosley. I do not know who that character is, but doesn't it sound like it could be a cat. Just let them be cats, give the people what they want. Bo, Jack horsemen reruns have been acquired by comedy central. So if you're casually scrolling through the channels because you refuse to watch TV on your laptop, like a normal person, keep an eye out for Bowe Jack horsemen it seems like it's not gonna blow your mind and then it does do not underestimate it because it involves an animated talking horse. It is art. It will make you feel things proceed with extreme caution. Michelle Williams who was very, very funny and the Amy Schumer movie. I feel pretty after a long career of making me sad and or afraid got secretly married this week. Congratulations. You little 'nigma. She married someone named Phil elva room. In quote, a secret ceremony in the Adirondacks witnessed by only a handful of friends and quote, this whole thing sounds very magical, woodland creature, especially the description of handful of friends which doesn't make any sense in less. Their friends were trunk in down like the borrowers to attend this top secret wedding on a single blade of grass, which I'm gonna assume they were congratulations. You little amoeba. It's the weekend, and that means it's time to play, go out or stay in the game where we pit the latest theatrical releases against the most recent morsels available to stream on net flicks representing go out this week is mission, impossible fallout the mission. Impossible franchise reminds me of a particularly intense staring contest. I got into once as a kid. It's gone on for too long. I'm definitely not having fun anymore, but. I also kinda wanna see how long this madness can continue mission. Impossible fallout is getting positive early reviews, but at this point isn't reviewing mission, impossible almost like asking a food critic to review of banana. It's a banana. We know what it tastes like there have been many before and there will be many after they're yellow. They're sweet. Tom Cruise saves the day. But before you head to the farmers market to find an irregular banana to prove me wrong representing stay in this week is in education. The two thousand nine movie that exists to remind you why Carey mulligan became a movie star seemingly overnight. This movie has a lot of stuff going on. It said in London in the early sixties. So it has some pretty sick costumes, especially on Rosamund pike who is hilarious in this film. Although she wasn't funny at all in gone girl. I don't know what went wrong there. She got very few laughs in that movie Peter. SARS guard is also very compelling and creepy in his leading role so much so that after I watch it, I have to Google pictures of him and his wife Maggie Jilin hall. So I don't. Chris creeped out all day long, but in education is worth it. I really liked this movie and I'm gonna watch as soon as we're done here. So make some tea and biscuits and put on a Beatles record and ask out loud who are they? Who is this new band? I think they're going to be big because this week's winner is stand. The Beatles haircuts were cool, and I think they should come back maybe in the new Charlie's angels if they decide to phone it in and use humans take care guys. I'm Livia Harewood and I will catch you next time until then resets journed. The podcast you just heard was published with anchor, got something you want to say to the creator of this show, send them a voice message using the anchor app free for IOS and Android.

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"bowe jack horsemen" Discussed on The Ralph Report

The Ralph Report

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"bowe jack horsemen" Discussed on The Ralph Report

"Play but i thought that was pretty terrific as well the television nominees drama series when to handmaid's tale it was up against stranger things game of thrones better call sol and the americans when it came to comedy veep my show love that show so brilliantly written was the deserving winner for best comedy series silicon valley masters of none glow and curb your enthusiasm where it's competition can you really give it a writing award to curb your enthusiasm which is a show that is largely improvised i mean they right out that the story the right out the the the plot but the dialogue is all filled in by the performers and domi wrong i think it's brilliantly done and it's a very difficult process but it's not really written rang in the category of animation the nominees were bob's burgers for an episode gold brunch scotch simpson's had two episodes in the running a fathers watch and the surf since and then bowe jack horseman had an episode cold ruthie anti james arrow nominated times arrow the beau jack horseman episode was the winner with episodic drama said they give away and at a drama award for the series but the also give away in a drama word for each episode and better call saul one for their episode culture cannery and for a specific episode in a comedy the winner was will and grace coming back from the dead to pick up a writer's guild award for research areas keane sinn yera the award for best comedy talk series went to last week with john oliver first time in a long time the daily show hasn't won this category but congratulations to everybody over there and for comedy and variety sketch series will of course saturday night live picked up the award because who else is going to win it for comedy and sketch ranked yesterday harvey weinstein fired back in a lawsuit that came from the new york attorney general stating that the weinstein company at an atmosphere sexual harassment and abuse for its female employees well the lawyer for harvey weinstein shot back saying that harvey weinstein was being made scape.

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"bowe jack horsemen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"bowe jack horsemen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"International financial system to facilitate funding for its nuclear war japan's we've got the details on those new sanctions coming up after news headlines tonight we will have some clouds in the sky will have a low down in the mid 60s currently it's 80 degrees and it's partly cloudy in central park at five thirty next time on studio every sixty when colorful cartoons are offcolor evil if you have at last sheetings affecting other people's movie of means that you never think they're going to affect the old me the opening david's humans doing it live action kind of don't like those people born is like a pink cash if heels a little lighter purdy anderson talks with bowe jack horseman creator rafael bob blacksburg that's next time as studio 360 night at eight on 939 fm wnyc wnyc is supported by viking book's publisher of a column of fire by ken follet and new novel in the king's krige series that began with the pillars of the earth england is torn apart by religious conflict as a young queen elizabeth takes the throne available now w n y c independent journalism in the public interest 939 fm and am 820 npr news than the new jordan conversation live from npr news and culver city california into wing brown president trump says puerto rico's electrical grid is destroyed the financial crisis on the island meant there was little money to upgrade the infrastructure leaving had more vulnerable to hurricane djerma and maria less than two weeks later npr's odyssey vonleh moody says puerto rico could be without electricity for months miguel santiago is with member station w rt you and sent han he's been covering this historic storm and experiencing at first hand we've never gone through this you know my generation has never gone through so much time without out 'electricity so going through my mind i'm just it it's a new life the mayor of sent one says power might not return for three to four months santiago says he thinks it'll take longer it for power to actually return entity bundle moody npr news president trump is tightening.

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"bowe jack horsemen" Discussed on Outkick the Culture

Outkick the Culture

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"bowe jack horsemen" Discussed on Outkick the Culture

"The final sequence of the four season is actually an optimistic sequence that ends in a good feeling which is certainly unique for bowe jack horsemen and i don't know where we're headed yet passed the season i don't know where they're gonna put these characters after this point because it seems like the major ark for bo jack came to an end in season four the one that i mentioned with the relative it comes to an end although the relative still going to be around he's probably going to have to get back to work in season five and that's probably gonna be good we may we took a sabbatical to some extent from some of the professional is even know k simmons comes back is linney turlov and he's probably the best he's ever been in this season he's really good and the stuff that they do around him is very very good but i am not exactly sure where we're headed if i had to break them i would say this season was not as good to me as the previous two but it was deeper than any season we've seen to this point so it's more a matter of preference and not have quality season four i wasn't as entertained by but from any motion will standpoint it was the strongest year and a lot of shows in season to they peak in season 3 they're still riding that high and season four they begin to falter usa was known for this whitecollar burn notice all this country shows they would fall into the same wrought after season for not disease for be terrible or anything but all the tricks routes and now we're just gonna kinda rehash those and change the settings or change a couple of things to make them different upped the ante navy.

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"bowe jack horsemen" Discussed on Outkick the Culture

Outkick the Culture

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"bowe jack horsemen" Discussed on Outkick the Culture

"Orange is the new black glow for some grason frankie obviously the marble series for a large contingent of folks and we just got the defenders but we've already gotten four original series three of which at least were good and a second season it was sort of halfandhalf for daredevil house of cards even though i think that shows been on a tailspin now for over a year but another example obviously the crown which is maybe the best pure drama on netflixing aziz ansari's master of none all of these and that's not even mention the exclusive stand up comedy specials the documentaries making a murderer for example as biased as it was an meal many other things of that ilk and that sort but bowe jack horseman despite the fact that it's drawn draws upon real life and touches upon the bleakness that can exist within the psyche of damaged people searching for self worth searching for purpose and engaging in selfsabotage it doesn't matter that it's drawn it matters that it good and that's why i'm going to discuss it for the next half hour if you're one of those folks that is listening to this and it's just going in one ear and out the other i feel sorry for you could you're missing a great experience seasonal on a boat jack oarsmen began in august 2014 assay began it was hall released on the same day and the first half of the season was much different than the second half of the season it was also much different than anything we've seen since from the show.

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"bowe jack horsemen" Discussed on Outkick the Culture

Outkick the Culture

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"bowe jack horsemen" Discussed on Outkick the Culture

"We will discuss the end of ipe which we found out about just yesterday that the next season of veep is going to be the final season for vape will discuss the pros and cons of that and why i think it's probably a great decision for that series but as promise here we go bowe jack horseman came back today for its fourth season raphael bob blacksburg brings his series back to net flakes seasons two and three two of the more critically acclaimed seasons a television this decade and if you started to watch both jack horseman i'm in a backup i have to sell bowed jack and rick in morty harder than any other show i know i know everybody's heard about reckon maury now and you're probably tired of it it's now becoming a refrain like yes i'm gonna watch it now get off my back about it i've watched from the beginning because dan harmon interested me because of what he did with community and some of the other things that human doing but ricky maury turned out to be a much deeper show as it got a long it took a few episodes rulli to kind of get there and then once it decided where it was headed it became a very rewarding rich deep dark experience despite the fact that it was animated and that's where i want to be because there is always going to be a certain group of people that will refused to watch both jack horseman or watch in morty or watch bob's burgers or archer or future rama or king at a hill or whatever other no animated show animals on hbo whatever it is they're not going to watch it because it's a damn cartoon.

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"bowe jack horsemen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"bowe jack horsemen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And now the game where we ask interesting people about things they're not interested in it's called not my job rafael bob walks berg had a friend who like to drop people with animals heads it was weird but somewhat compelling so he created an animated tv show about a washed up ninety sitcom star who happens to be a horse sold does it netflixing now now bowe jack horseman is so successful it's been banned in china the fourth season debuts on september eight rafael bob walks very welcome to wait wait don't tell me the buck to have you so that is an unusual name rafael bob watch berg i've always wondered about that of that was yeah growth art van at my my mom my name is bob my dad famous whack heard every time i tried to get a ticket wilcutt all they say why fame and i bought wack protracted i'm looking under w i go no bob wax we're going to go no mammogram my wife him even bob wax bird and they find and they go all worked what i thought i go yeah i know you thought that literally every time that sounds like you can get a good 24 minutes of situation comedy out of that my next sherry cooper exactly we i was going to ask you to accept to explain the show free people who don't know it but we had heard that your elevator pitch that quick thing where you explain your idea was so compelling that netflixing us i guess we will hand you somebody's never to be beuchel shelves money to make our first original comedy it wasn't an elevator pair driven out for wong yes great here i don't know if we have time to go through it owes it very slow ellery does he does leaned on that stop button and hit it with your body let me tell you about our show what let me ask you did to help me out as i do it jack horseman takes place first of all in a universe where some of the people are animals there are people with horseheads and animal heads and cat ads and sometimes act like animals that mostly that like people and the hero is this sort of washed up wealthy guy who was.

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"bowe jack horsemen" Discussed on Outkick the Culture

Outkick the Culture

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"bowe jack horsemen" Discussed on Outkick the Culture

"I was mentioning jack horsemen september new episodes come out season to about jack horseman of years ago was on my favorite things on all of tv made my top10 would obey by top five if i had to cut it in half maybe with a my top two or three season 3 same exact thing season 3 featured in episode fish out of water which was basically silent because both jack was underwater and thus we just had to watch as if we were him not understanding the language being spoken of course being underwater you can't hear anything anyway probably the best episode of tv period anywhere in the last twelve emma's most original certainly it's right there with a couple from leftovers disease three certainly but i would say the boj episode was the most unique and lasting memory i have from tv over the last twelve months show was nominated inning animated category which i just i don't understand archer bob's burgers elena and the secret of avelar simpson south park where the five shows nominate for animated program how on earth bowe jack horsemen's not nominated in that category is almost as angering and frustrating as the leftovers and the drama category and there are people listening right now that either don't like the leftovers are tired of hearing me say it fucking get over it and if you ever watch the show fucking watch the show and then come back and talk to me.

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