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"brandon tartikoff" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"brandon tartikoff" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"On the stage Alexis. You were hitting in radio. Here. We're done. We're done. Guys can flee. I know that you were just being silly Meghan. Markle shared a new photo of RT on her first mother's day with a tribute to Princess, Diana, which is very sweet, she is Diana's favorite flower. The forget me nots can be seen in the background. And she the captions has paying tribute. All mothers today past present mothers to be in those loss. But forever remembered we honor and celebrate each and every one of you, and I know mother's days. Hopefully, you'll had a great mother's day. I know it can be a complicated day for a lot of people. It's it's a it's a feeling of love and loss in our house. And I know that's reflected on a lot of household. So it's yes, it's a beautiful wonderful thing. But also can be painful just like anything. Good inglorious in the world. Right. Right. That was my sermon for this Monday morning. Thank you. Very welcome KENDALL. Jenner was left out of Kris jenner's mother's day tribute. So funny, Chris wrote happy mother's day to all of the beautiful moms out there into the women who are mentors. And mother figures to someone special and then captioned a collage of photos with that cop Shen, she's with her daughters, and then her grandchildren and then not KENDALL. Oh, yeah. Oops. I think rob was left out to though. Yeah. I think so poor rob. But I. Rob is the Chris Kirkpatrick fan. The Danny would you know, the Rava caliber, rob? I get that though. I mean, oh, he's just not happy with how he is right now. And so then he doesn't want to be in photos. Yeah. By choice. Maybe he's just like, you know, I don't have anything to do with that. Yes. Could be the case the executives at FOX are talking about their challenge with diversity now that they canceled several shows with African American leads. So they're talking about this on the up fronts press call because you know, empire was one of several shows that were canceled on FOX. So they don't have to deal with Jesse small at situation one more season. Oh, then that's it. After that. The next season will be the finale will be the final season. Okay. So. Dr lethal weapon and wral were all cancelled. And the the bigwigs at FOX are saying, yes the effort continues. We've gotta just keep working on finding shows that represent diversity which I think every network has to do. Yes. It was absolutely. It was like the Saturday night massacre the Saturday massacre. They got rid the networks canceled a tunnel shows on Friday. There's a lot there much pressure to just make it. I mean, there's just no there's no time to ten minutes burn a little bit. And see what it can evolve into. I always look back. If you ever go back and watch like the pilot episode of Seinfeld, you're going. This is the worst show ever. The whole years. Yes, years people forget the first season of cheers. It was the second to last show in the ratings of eighty shows. It was like seventy ninth. It was horrible. Brandon tartikoff the the wiz kid at NBC believed in it and gave it time to percolate. You don't get time in those network shows anymore, and that's kinda too bad. Because I think sometimes I mean, clearly, look at tears and Seinfeld. Those two shows those have ended up being some of the greatest shows in history. And it's almost like some shows just need a little bit of time to evolve in the ones that come out. Great right out of the gate have sometimes difficult time living up to that great first season ended up being sort of a disappointment..

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"brandon tartikoff" Discussed on Raised by TV

Raised by TV

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"brandon tartikoff" Discussed on Raised by TV

"But he had that white out. Yeah. It was a very rich. Bettas mums coming up in this episode. Yes. Mother in the fifties was a secretary who for messing around herself figuring out how to correct Typos with like nail polish and some other stuff invented liquid paper and turned it into a big business sold it to Gillette, Michael Nasmyth with her only son. And so like he she died shortly before I met him like so that's why in the eighties. He was funding movies like repo man with his own money spending money and interesting stuff. What television parts wets was Brandon tartikoff? It NBC came to Ness myth and said we want you to do for comedy routines MTV did for songs. So for instance, we want you to get together. Stand up comics turned their routines into videos, and we'll make that a show and we'll call them comedy videos, and you can call it television carts because you did this thing elephant parts. So I was went the writers who got hired to do that along with Jack handy and a couple of other people who and it was like and. And and it was working so comics and the very good comics in the show included like, Jerry Seinfeld. Garry shandling Arsenio hall. What be Goldberg a lot of good people did the they would come in. We would talk to them about which of their teens. Could be a good comedy video. We'd write it. We'd shoot it. Those pieces in my mind didn't turn out being that good because they weren't routines that were written in order to be filled. But also like some comics would come and say, I don't have anything and like with those people we do really funny stuff. Like Bob goldthwait was on the show we both. He must have banned early twenties thing, I'm a couple years older than him. But like the stuff that we wrote with him was really funny because it wasn't based on a standup just came up with it on the spot. The once they're based on the stand up for teens had this mind numbing sort of it would start out with the guy talking to camera, then he would go in and out of the scenarios that he is talking about sort little Woody Allen movie or something he made something like this not that long ago. How many central chew TV has left tracks and comedy central head like shorties watching shorties another one though that had that Jordan Robert stayed with TJ? I remember that. Yeah. This though, this one was laughed which was a big problem. There wasn't an audience. It was shot on film was the problem because like everything so precious like you're used to now being able to improv for camera. And pick the best of it. But like doing sketch comedy in the eighties. It's like you don't have that many shots at it. You're doing it on film. You've gotta get it. Right. Make things funnier. And then after that long process of doing the things on film. You would laugh it as if there is an audience there, which there wasn't so. The whole show. The show was influential people from it went onto other things. But wasn't I'd in-between show. And a lot of those things on there that the nest Kratz our Ness myth repackaging television becomes television parts home companion was one of the home videos here lease because he had a home video company. The TV movie version of it was one time we went on and Saturday Night Live time slot like maybe nine hundred eighty six. So there is one ninety minute version of it that they might be calling a TV movie that wasn't a team. That's interesting. Cool. I like how the one that's labelled. Michael nasmyth? Intelligent parts is TV series nineteen eighty five. Dash and then it's still going as far as he might be repackaging. You were mentioning that. There was some like gap that you wanted to explain but before that just real quick based on name alone. And I don't mean to continue to go in order, but Dr ducks super-secret all purpose sauce. Okay. Another repackaging that was taking says his name on it. And some of the sketches from that may have also been in television parts, home companion, some of them may have been in what they're calling the TV movie. Maybe cut off begin your end of a sketch. I don't know, but he was packaging and repackaging things and giving them different titles. It's a form of madness. Okay. My next question is a nine hundred ninety eight it says illegally yours you wrote..

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"brandon tartikoff" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

09:49 min | 2 years ago

"brandon tartikoff" Discussed on KTRH

"Course, my network, Casey Kasem, very friendly crackling voice style is taking him to the top of his profession. We're going to talk with Casey in just a second. Also, let me introduce his wife actress. Jeannie kasem. She too is an American success story actress, poet entrepeneurship or modeling career took off on the island of Guam where she took most of her formal school education, her first movie appearance was Ghostbusters with Sigourney Weaver, and Dan ackroyd entertainment, executive Brandon tartikoff was responsible for adding her permanently to the cast of the TV sitcom cheers. And she is now the chief designer and CEO of the little miss liberty round crip company. She makes her home in Beller, California. And of course, Mary to radio and television icon, Casey Kasem, both of you, Casey, welcome to the show, Georgia. I'm leaving. I'm going to quit while I'm ahead. Oh, no. I've been trying to get here for Jeannie. How are you? Hi, george. My pleasure to see both of you. And you know, this is a special treat not only for coast to coast listeners. But for me because I hate to use the phrase, I grew up listening to you because you're almost as young as me. But we were both born in Detroit. Right. You went to Wayne State university. I went to the university of Detroit, we're both of Lebanese background. It's really. For me. This is a special moment to be in the same studio with you. I feel the same about you. If I played baseball at feel like Babe Ruth was sitting here. Can you believe that? That's that's I humbly accept it any it'll later this hour, we're going to have you do a voice or two of someone else that you are in in in. You've been in a cartoon show. A lot of people don't understand you've been everywhere with when you gotta tell me how did you start in the business? I was lucky enough in Detroit to audition for the lone ranger radio show, and I got the part and started working regularly. And then I was drafted and went to. Not korea. But. Yes korea. That was a long long long time ago, and then came back in from their way where I was. I created a production house, and we did dramatic shows. And sitcom why we in the in the service. And so I was able to continue my my career, and then I came back and got into radio as a disc jockey? And that's that's history. When I first got married a long time ago. I was a scrambling kid right out of high school. I married my high school sweetheart, and she's the mother for my three children, and I used to remember sitting with her in my old mercury car that my dad handed down to me listening to you with your dedications in the songs. It was just it was marvelous. And I think I wrote you a letter once I'm not sure it ever got to you. But you know, you were instrumental in a lot of things that I did in my life both professionally and personally, really. Yeah. You helped form a foundation in me. That you know, I'm not gonna talk about tonight because this is your hour. But I mean, you very special to me. Thank you. I didn't know this. Yeah. And we're gonna hear one of those readings that you've done so successfully in your career, let's turn to genie for just a second. Loretta torture. Telly. Still to this day. That was a fun part for you, hasn't it? It was it was the best time of my life. No, greater people were there to work for and with. I think it was probably one of the greatest ensemble cast since the Mary Tyler Moore show when when you were in that role genie. I mean, how intense is that to change character? Or was that your personality? It really was a lot of fun. You know for me. And it was it really came quite easily to me. I think there's a little bit of Loretta and everybody, you know, in in every woman out there, and I, and I think Mana door that you know. And I think that's why the men loved her so much people magazine called the dumbest blonde in the history of television. Now, if they only knew how smart. You should see her sitting in front of the television set in jeopardy and beating some of the real good one. Oh, you're giving away my seats. I love it. You two are married in nineteen eighty and what's it like for you Jeanie to be married to this icon here. Oh, it's real simple. He's radio and TV now. No. I mean, I think that we're opposites and a lot of ways, and then we're like in so many others, and it's, you know, twenty seven years now. And I mean, you know, people were laying bets at the wedding. It would last a week. So I mean, you know, that's twenty seven lifetimes and in Los Angeles. So. So maybe, you know, we're going for the gold here, and you have both especially being in this area. You've seen it all and you've continued to be real people. And that's so important out here. Thank you. I want you to set the stage force Casey because we're gonna listen to one of your readings tell us a little bit about this. And we're going to play it here. Okay. Back in the sixties. It was Beatlemania in sixty four and I was working in Los Angeles. I had been working in the bay area San Francisco Oakland bay area for for a couple of years and a twelve year old girl sent me a letter and in the letter, she talked about going to the venue, which was called the cow palace to see the Beatles. And she she she wrote the letter and after I read the letter I said I going to read it again. And the reason I read it again is because people called and said do that again, I wanna hear that again, anything that was Beatles. People would want to hear this. I loved it. And shortly thereafter. After I put some music behind it. It was bought by Warner Brothers and what brothers released it as record. Would you like to hear what let's listen to from beginning to end. It's the root of the long distance dedication it began with this girl whose name is Elena and she's about to speak. Hello. I'm this Jackie and following a beetle performance. What am I listen is wrote me a touching letter because it really happened. I like to share it with you. Tasting. If you're wondering what it is that I'm writing about. Hug my favorite deal. George harrison. On August nineteenth performance at the account. Balance was avenue, Cisco, two of my friends came along with me naturally when I saw George welcome on stage screen, my heart. What he's saying? I knew that I had to touch him. When the last song, I nudged Eric before that I was with and told him that I was going outside and try and find the limousines, and they leave him. He said that he'd come with me. We ran outside and found that other people have the same idea. Was so big I lost Eric. I started to run all around looking for him. But I couldn't find him. Finally, I reached a point behind the cow palace. When nobody was decided to turn back as I started to leave. I thought that I saw something behind the bushes. I looked and I saw the limousines close together events was separate with limousine without thinking, I climbed the fence and approached the two guys they were very well hidden in the public eye, my heart, skipped to be what I figured they were the same limousines that the Beatles leave something caught my eye. I looked up and saw George and Paul walking together behind them Ringel and John. Gordon fall. We're talking with a couple of guys laughing. They didn't see me before. I knew what was happening. I was willing to join. I caught him. Boy, I sure did cling. Was taken by surprise when he realized what was happening. He smiled at me and said Heiberg tears running down, my cheeks, and I couldn't say a word. Paul stood there and stared really grim Ringo past look at me with his mouth open John passed and just glanced at me, but a second John Ringo. Powered by a couple of men climbed in limousine guys were trying to pull me away while George Brandon Paul stared finally when they pulled us apart follow the door for George and they both climbed into the car. They were both in the car. I broke away from the guards in Iran and touch the door handle equalit- touched on both turned around wave to me with big grins on their faces. I walked in a daze back to where it was Eric came up to me and asked me where I was when at the other girl with a saw the tears in my eyes notice that I was reading I will saw that. My I were wondering. I'd hug joy. Right. Then. Eric asked me a bunch of questions. But I kept muttering that I hug joy. Calmed down. Let narrow question after question by dad left when I told my mom touch my hand. My girlfriend's were. Are very envious. One thing that I'll always remember is way, George said. Hybrid. Was so romantic,.

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"brandon tartikoff" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

09:45 min | 2 years ago

"brandon tartikoff" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Is taking him to the top of his profession. We're going to talk with Casey in just a second. Also, let me introduce his wife. Actress genie case she too is an American success story. Actress poet entrepreneur or modeling career took off on the island of Guam where she took most of her formal school education, her first movie appearance was Ghostbusters with Sigourney Weaver, and Dan ackroyd entertainment, executive Brandon tartikoff was responsible for adding or permanently to the cast of the TV sitcom cheers. And she is now the chief designer and CEO of the little miss liberty round crypt company. She makes her home in Beller Californian. Of course, Mary the radio and television icon, Casey Kasem, both of you, Casey, welcome to the show, Georgia. I'm leaving. I'm gonna quit while I'm ahead. Oh, no. I've been trying to get you here for Jeannie. How are you? Hi, george. My pleasure to see both of you. And you know, this is a special treat not only for coast to coast listeners. But for me because you know, I hate to use the phrase, I grew up listening to you because you're almost as young as me. You know, we were both born in Detroit. Right. You went to Wayne State university. I went to the university of Detroit, we're both of Lebanese background. It's really. For me. This is a special moment to be in the same studio with you. Well, I feel the same about you. If I played baseball. I'd feel like Babe Ruth was sitting here. Can you believe that? That's that's I humbly accept it. Latest this hour. We're going to have you do a voice or two of someone else that you are in a in in you've been in a cartoon show. A lot of people don't understand you've been everywhere. You gotta tell me how did you start in the business? I was lucky enough in Detroit to audition for the lone ranger radio show, and I got the part and started working regularly. And then it was drafted and went to. Not korea. But. Yes, Korea hosted that was a long long long time ago. Right. And then came back in from there where where I was I created a production house, and we did dramatic shows. And sitcom why we in the in the service, and so I was able to continue my my career, and then I came back and got into radio as a disc jockey? And that's that's that's history. When I first got married a long time ago. I was scrambling kid right out of high school. I married my high school sweetheart, and she's the mother for my three children, and I used to remember sitting with her in my old mercury car that my dad had handed down to me listening to you with your dedications in the songs. It was just it was marvelous in I think I wrote you let her once I'm not sure it ever got to you. But you know, you are. Instrumental in a lot of things that I did in my life, both professionally and personally, really. Yeah. You helped form a foundation in me. That, you know, I'm not going to talk about tonight because this is your hour. But I mean, you very special to me. Thank you. I I didn't know this. Yeah. We're going to hear one of those readings that you've done so successfully in your career, let's turn to genie for just a second. Loretta torture. Telly. Still to this day. That was a fun part for you, isn't it? It was it was the best time of my life. No, greater people were there to work for and with. I think it was probably one of the greatest ensemble cast since the Mary Tyler Moore show when when you were in that role genie. I mean, how intense is that to change character? Or was that your personality? It really was a lotta fun. You know for me. And it was it really came quite easily to me. I think there's a little bit of Loretta and everybody, you know, in in every woman out there. And I, and I think mandatory that you know, and I think that's why the men loved her so much people magazine called the dumbest blonde in the history of television. Now if they only knew. Oh, really? See her sitting in front of the television set in jeopardy and beating the some of the real good one. Oh, you're giving away. My secret. I love it. You two were married in one thousand nine hundred and what's it like for you Jeanie to be married to this icon here? Oh, it's real simple. He's radio and TV now. No. I mean, I think that we're opposites and a lot of ways, and then we're like in so many others, and it's, you know, twenty seven years now. And I mean, you know, people were laying bets at the wedding. It would last a week. So I mean, you know, that's twenty-seven lifetimes in in Los Angeles in Hollywood. So maybe, you know, we're going for the gold here, and you have both especially being in this area. You've seen it all and you've continued to be real people. And that's so important out here. Thank you. I want you to set the stage force Casey because we're gonna listen to one of your readings tell us a little bit about this. And we're going to play it here. Okay. Back in the sixties. It was Beatlemania in sixty four and I was working in Los Angeles. I had been working in the bay area San Francisco Oakland bay area for for a couple of years and a twelve year old girl sent me a letter and in the letter, she talked about going to the venue, which was the cow palace to see the Beatles. And she she she wrote the letter and after I read the letter I said, I read it again. And the reason I read it again is because people call and said do that again, I want to hear that again, anything that was Beatles. People would I loved it. And shortly thereafter. After I'd put some music behind it. It was bought by Warner Brothers and what brothers released it as record. It. Would you like to hear? Let's listen to from beginning to end. It's the root of the long distance dedication it began with this girl whose name is Elena, and she's about to speak to me. I'm a this Jackie and following a Beatles performance. One of my listeners wrote me a touching letter because it really happened. I like to share it with you. Casey. If you're wondering what it is that I'm writing about us. Hug my favorite beetle. George harrison. August nineteenth and out of the performance of the count ballots who San Francisco two of my friends came along with me. Naturally, when I saw George welcome on stage screen, my high when he saying I knew that I had to touch him when they announced their last song, I nudged Eric before that I was with and told him that I was going outside and try and find the limousines, and they leave him you said that he'd come with me. We ran outside and found that other people have the same idea was so big I lost Eric. I started to run all around looking for him. But I couldn't find him. Finally, I reached a point behind the cow palace when nobody works, and I decided to turn back as I started to leave. I thought that I saw something behind the bushes. I look I saw the limousines close together. Offense was separate from me without thinking I climbed the fence. And they were very well hidden in the public eye, and my heart skip to be. They were the same limousines that the Beatles would leave something caught my eye. I looked up and saw George walking together behind them, Ringo and John. Georgian Paul were talking with a couple of guys laughing. They didn't see me before. I knew what was happening. I caught him. Boy, I sure did Glenn. Was taken by surprise when he realized what was happening. He smiled at me and said Heiberg tears running down. My cheeks. I couldn't say a word. Paul stood there and stared with a grin Ringo pass to looked at me with his mouth open. John passed in just a second. Powered by a couple of men climbed in one limousine. The guys are trying to pull me away while George Graham, Paul stared, finally when they pulled us apart over the door for George and they both climbed in the car. They were both in the car. I broke away from the guards in Iran and touch the door handle. Ponco Expos turnaround wave to me with big wings faces. I walked in a daze back to where it was Eric came up to me and asked me where I was when I saw the tears in my eyes not that I was reading high will saw that my eyes were wondering. I'd hug George. Faded right. Then. Eric asked me a bunch of questions. But I kept muttering. I hug you. When I come down let s question after question. My dad left when I told my mom touch my hand. Girlfriends were. Are very envious. One thing that I'll always remember is way George said hybrid. So romantic, and.

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"brandon tartikoff" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

09:42 min | 2 years ago

"brandon tartikoff" Discussed on 710 WOR

"We're going to talk with Casey in just a second. Also, let me introduce his wife. Actress genie case she too is an American success story. Actress poet entrepreneur or modeling career took off on the island of Guam where she took most of her formal school education, her first movie appearance was Ghostbusters with Sigourney Weaver, and Dan ackroyd entertainment, executive Brandon tartikoff was responsible for adding or permanently to the cast of the TV sitcom cheers. And she is now the chief designer and CEO of the little miss liberty round crip company. She makes her home in Beller Californian. Of course, Mary the radio and television, I con Casey Kasem, both of you. Casey, welcome to the show. So jam leaving. I'm gonna quit while I'm ahead. Oh, I've been trying to get you here for Jeannie. How are you? Hi, george. My pleasure to see both of you know, this is a special treat not only for coast to coast listeners. But for me because I hate to use the phrase, I grew up listening to you because you're almost as young as me. We were both born in Detroit. Right. You went to Wayne State university. I went to the university of Detroit or both of Lebanese background. It's really. For me. This is a special moment to be in the same studio with you. I feel the same about you. We played baseball. I'd feel like Babe Ruth was sitting here. Can you believe that? That's that's I humbly accept it. And later this hour, we're going to have you do a voice or two of someone else that you are in a in in you've been in a cartoon show. A lot of people don't understand you've been everywhere with you gotta tell me how did you start in the business? I was lucky enough in Detroit to audition for the lone ranger radio show, and I got the part and started working regularly. And then I was drafted and went to. Not korea. But. Yes, Korea hosted. Was a long long long time ago, and then came back in from there where where I was created a production house, and we did dramatic shows and sitcom why we in the in the service, and so I was able to continue my my career, and then I came back and got into radio as a disc jockey? And that's that's that's history. When I first got married a long time ago. I was scrambling kid right out of high school. I had married my high school sweetheart, and she's the mother for my three children, and I used to remember sitting with her in my old mercury car that my dad had handed down to me listening to you with your dedications in the songs. It was just it was marvelous. And I think I wrote you let her once I'm not sure it ever got to you. But you know, you were instrumental in a lot of things that I did in my life. Both. Professionally and personally, really. Yeah. You helped form a foundation in me. That, you know, I'm not going to talk about tonight because you're your hour. But I mean, you very special to me. Well, thank you. I I didn't know this. Yeah. We're gonna hear one of those readings that you've done so successfully in your career, let's turn to genie for just a second. Loretta torture. Telly. To this day. That was a fun part for you, hasn't it? It was it was the best time of my life. No, greater people were there to work for and with. I think it was probably one of the greatest ensemble cast since the Mary Tyler Moore show when when you were in that role genie. I mean, how intense is that to change character? Or was that your personality? It really was a lotta fun. You know for me. And it was it really came quite easily to me. I think there's a little bit of Loretta and everybody, you know, in in every woman out there. And I, and I think mandatory that you know, and I think that's why the men loved her so much people magazine called it the dumbest blonde in the history of television. Now. Oh, really? See her sitting in front of the television set in jeopardy and beating the some of the real good one. Oh, you're giving away my seats. I love it. You two are married in nineteen eighty and what's it like for you Jeanie to be married to this icon here. Oh, it's real simple. He's radio and TV now. No. I mean, I think that we're opposites and a lot of ways, and then we're like in so many others, and it's twenty seven years now. And I mean, you know, people were laying bets at the wedding with last week. So. That's twenty-seven lifetimes and in Los Angeles. You know? So maybe we're going for the gold here, and you have both especially being in this area. You've seen it all and you've continued to be real people. And that's so important out here. Thank you. I want you to set the stage force Casey because we're going to listen to one of your readings tell us a little bit about this. And we're going to play it here. Okay. Back in the sixties. It was Beatlemania in sixty four and I was working in Los Angeles. I had been working in the bay area San Francisco Oakland bay area for for a couple of years and a twelve year old girl sent me a letter and in the letter, she talked about going to the venue, which was dubbed the cow palace to see the Beatles. And she she she wrote the letter and after I read the letter I said, I read it again. And the reason I read it again is because people called and said. Do that. Again. I want to hear that again, anything that was Beatles. People would they loved it. And shortly thereafter. After I'd put some music behind it. It was bought by Warner Brothers brothers released it as record. Would you like to hear what let's listen to from beginning to end here. We it's the root of the long distance dedication it began with this girl whose name is Elena and she's about to speak. Hello this Jackie and following a beetle performance. One of my listeners wrote me a touching letter because it really happened. I like to share it with you. Tasting. Wondering what it is that I'm writing about? I'll tell you. Hug my favorite beetle. George harrison. August nineteenth. San Francisco two of my friends came along with me. Naturally. What I saw George. Welcome on stage. I screamed my heart when he saying I knew that I had to touch. Aw, I nudged Eric before that I was with and told him that I was going outside and try and find the limousines, and they leave him. He said that he come with me. We ran outside and found that other people have the same idea. The crowd was so big I lost Eric. I started to run all around looking for him. But I couldn't find him. Finally, I reached a point behind the cow palace when nobody works. I decided to turn back. As I started to leave. I thought that I saw something behind the bushes. I looked and I saw the limousines close together. Offense was separate limousines without thinking. I climbed the fence. They were very well hidden in the public eye, and my heart skipped to. I figured they were the same limousines that the Beatles would leave. Something caught my eye. I looked up and saw George and quote walking together behind them Ringel and John. Paul. We're talking with a couple of guys laughing. They didn't see me before. I knew what was happening. I was running. I caught him. And I. I sure did cling. Was taken by surprise when he realized what was happening. He smiled at me and said Heiberg tears running down. My cheeks. Michael Hart, couldn't say a word. Stood there and stared grin. Wingo pass to look at me with his mouth open gone past and just last avenue for a second. Powered by a couple of men climbed in one limousine. The guys trying to pull me away while George Brandon Paul stared finally when they pulled us apart follow the door for George and they both climbed in the car. They were both in the car. I broke away from the guards in Iran and touch the door handle quality. Joy exposed turned around wave to me with big wins faces. I walked in a daze back to where it was Eric came up to me and asked me where I was at the other girl with a saw the tears in my eyes notice that I was reading I will. So that my I were wondering. Hug george. Faded right. Then. Eric asked me a bunch of questions. But I kept muttering that I hug joy. When I come down let s question after question. My dad left when I told my mom, touch my hand, my girlfriends were. And are very endings. One thing that I'll always remember is way George said hybrid. Was so romantic,.

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"brandon tartikoff" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

09:44 min | 2 years ago

"brandon tartikoff" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Is taking him to the top of his profession. We're gonna talk with Casey in just a second. Also, let me introduce his wife. Actress genie case of she touts an American success story. Actress poet entrepreneur or modeling career took off on the island of Guam where she took most of her formal school education, her first movie appearance was Ghostbusters with Sigourney Weaver, and Dan ackroyd entertainment, executive Brandon tartikoff was responsible for adding her permanently to the cast of the TV sitcom cheers. And she is now the chief designer and CEO of the little miss liberty round crypt company. She makes her home in Beller Californian. Of course, Mary the radio and television icon, Casey Kasem, both of you Casey, welcome to the show. So I'm leaving. I'm gonna quit while I'm ahead. Oh, no. I've been trying to get you here for Jeannie. How are you? Hi, george. My pleasure. The both of you. You know, this is a special treat not only for coast to coast listeners. But for me because I hate to use the phrase, I grew up listening to you because you're almost as young as me. We were both born in Detroit. Right. You went to Wayne State university. I went to the university of Detroit, we're both of Lebanese background. It's really. For me. This is a special moment to be in the same studio with you. Well, I feel the same about you. We played baseball at feel like Babe Ruth was sitting here. Can you believe that? That's that's I humbly accept it. And you know, latest this hour, we're going to have you do a voice or two of someone else that you are in in. You've been in a cartoon show. A lot of people don't understand you've been everywhere with what you've gotta tell me. How did you start in the business? I was lucky enough in Detroit to audition for the lone ranger radio show, and I got the part and started working regularly. And then I was drafted and went to. Career. Yes korea. That was a long long long time ago, and then came back in from their way where I was. Created a production house, and we did dramatic shows. And sitcom why we in the service. And so I was able to continue my my career. And then I came back and got into radio as it is Jackie. And that's that's history. When I first got married a long time ago. I was scrambling kid right out of high school. I had married my high school sweetheart, and she's the mother for my three children, and I used to remember sitting with her in my old mercury car that my dad had handed down to me listening to you with your dedications in the songs. It was just it was marvelous in I think I wrote you a letter once I'm not sure it ever got to you. But you know, you were instrumental in a lot of things that I did in my life both professionally and personally, really. Yeah. You helped form a foundation in me. That, you know, I'm not going to talk about tonight because this is your hour. But I mean, you very special to me. Thank you. I didn't know this. Yeah. Mean we're gonna hear one of those readings that you've done so successfully in your career, let's turn to genie for just a second Loretta tour tally. Still to this day. That was a fun part for you, hasn't it? It was it was the best time of my life. No, greater people were there to work for and with. I think it was probably one of the greatest on samba cast since the Mary Tyler Moore show when when you were in that role genie. I mean, how intense is that to change character? Or was that your personality? It really was a lot of fun. You know for me. And it was it really came quite easily to me. I think there's a little bit of Loretta and everybody, you know, in every woman out there, and I, and I think manager door that you know. And I think that's why the men loved her so much people magazine called that Gummer's blonde in the history of television. Now. Only knew how smart she was really. You should see her sitting in front of the television set in jeopardy and beating some of the real good one. Oh, you're giving away. My secret. I love it. You two are married in one thousand nine hundred and what's it like for you need to be married to this icon here. Oh, it's real simple. He's radio and TV now. No. I mean, I think that we're opposites and a lot of ways, and then we're alike in so many others, and it's you know, twenty seven years now. And I mean, you know, people were laying bets at the wedding. It would last a week. So. That's twenty-seven lifetimes in Los Angeles valley. Invalid know, so maybe we're going for the gold here, and you have both especially being in this area. You've seen it all and you've continued to be real people. And that's so important out here. Thank you. I want you to set the stage for Casey because we're going to listen to one of your readings tell us a little bit about this. And we're going to play it here. Okay. Back in the sixties Beatle mania in sixty four and I was working in Los Angeles. I had been working in the bay area San Francisco Oakland bay area for a couple of years and a twelve year old girl sent me a letter and in the letter she talked about going to the venue, which was called the cow palace to see the Beatles. And she she she wrote the letter and after I read the letter I said, I read it again. And the reason I read it again is because people called and said do that again what I wanna hear that. Again. Anything was Beatles. People would want to hear this. I loved it. And shortly thereafter. After I put some music behind it. It was bought by Warner Brothers in whatever others released it his record. Would you like to hear? Let's listen to from beginning to end here. We it's the root of the long distance dedication it began with this girl whose name is Elena and she's about to speak. Hello this Jackie and following a Beatles performance. One of my listeners wrote me a touching letter because it really happened. I like to share it with you. Casey. If you're wondering what is that? I'm writing about. Hug my favorite deal. George Harrison on August nineteenth. Editor deal performance it account balances San Francisco, two of my friends came along with me. Naturally. I saw George walk on stage and screen, my heart. When he's saying I knew that I had to touch when they announced they last saw Derek before that I was with and told him that I was going outside and try and find the limousines, and they believe in you said that he'd come with me. We ran outside and found that other people have the same idea was so big I lost. I started to run all around looking for him. But I couldn't find him. Finally, I reached a point behind the cow palace. When nobody was decided to turn back as I started to leave. I thought that I saw something behind the bushes. I looked and I saw the limousines close together separated limousines bummy without thinking I climbed the fence. They were very well hidden in the public eye, my heart skip to be what I figured. They were the same limousines, the Beatles would leave. Something caught my eye. I looked up and saw George and walk behind them Ringel and John Paul. We're talking with a couple of guys. They didn't see me before. I knew what was happening. I was wanting to I caught him. I sure they cling. Taken by surprise when he realized what was happening. He smiled at me and said Hiber tears running down, my cheeks, and I couldn't say a word. Paul stood there and stared Ringo passed to look at me with his mouth open John passed and just glanced at me a second. Followed by a couple of men climbed in one limousine guys are trying to pull me away while George Brandon Paul staring quietly when they pulled us apart follow the door for George client in the car. They were both in the car. I broke away from the guards in Iran and touch the door handle. Both turned around and wave to me with big wings on their faces. I worked in a daze back to where it was Eric came up to me and asked me where I was at the other girl with a saw the tears in my eyes notice that I was reading my eyes were wondering. I'd hug George. Fainted, right. Then. Eric asked me a bunch of questions, but I kept muttering. I hug your. When I come down Latin narrow question after question. My dad left when I told my mom touch my hand. Girlfriends were. Are very envious. One thing that I'll always remember is way George said hybrid. Was so romantic..

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"brandon tartikoff" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:47 min | 2 years ago

"brandon tartikoff" Discussed on WTVN

"Crackling voice style is taking him to the top of his profession. We're gonna talk with Casey in just a second. Also, let me introduce his wife. Actress genie case she too is an American success story. Actress poet entrepreneur or modeling career took off on the island of Guam where she took most of her formal school education, her first movie appearance was Ghostbusters with Sigourney Weaver, and Dan ackroyd entertainment, executive Brandon tartikoff was responsible for adding her permanently to the cast of the TV sitcom cheers. And she is now the chief designer and CEO of the little miss liberty round crypt company. She makes her home in Beller Californian, of course, Mary radio and television icon, Casey Kasem, both of you Casey, welcome to the show. So I'm leaving. I'm going to quit while I'm ahead. Oh, no. I've been trying to get Jim here for you. Jeannie. How are you? I George my pleasure to see both of you. And you know, this is a special treat not only for coast to coast listeners. But for me because I hate to use the phrase, I grew up listening to you because you're almost as young as me. You know, we were both born in Detroit. Right. You went to Wayne State university. I went to the university of Detroit, we're both of Lebanese background. It's really. For me. This is a special moment to be in the same studio with you. Well, I feel the same about you. If I played baseball. I'd feel like Babe Ruth was sitting here. Can you believe that? That's that's I humbly accept it. Latest the sour we're going to have you do a voice or two of someone else that you are in a in a van in a cartoon show. A lot of people don't understand you've been everywhere with what you gotta tell me. How did you start in the business? I was lucky enough in Detroit to audition for the lone ranger radio show, and I got the part and started working regularly. And then I was drafted and went to. Not korea. But. Yes korea. That was a long long long time ago, and then came back in from their way, where I was created a production house, and we did dramatic shows and sitcom why we in the in the service, and so I was able to continue my my career. And then I came back and got into radio as it is Jackie. And that's that's that's history. When I first got married a long time ago. I was a scrambling kid right out of high school. I married my high school sweetheart, and she's the mother for my three children, and I used to remember sitting with her in my old mercury car that my dad had handed down to me listening to you with your dedication in the songs. It was just it was marvelous. And I think I wrote you let her once I'm not sure it ever got to you. But you know, you were instrumental in a lot of things that I did in my life. Life both professionally and personally, really. Yeah. You helped form a foundation in me. That, you know, I'm not going to talk about tonight because this is your hour. But I mean, you very special to me. Thank you. I didn't know this. Yeah. And we're gonna hear one of those readings that you've done so successfully in your career, let's turn to genie for just a second. Loretta tortellini. Still to this day. That was a fun part for you, hasn't it? It was it was the best time of my life. No, greater people were there to work for and with. I think it was probably one of the greatest ensemble cast since the Mary Tyler Moore show when when you were in that role genie. I mean, how intense is that to change character? Or was that your personality? It really was a lot of fun. You know for me. And it was it really came quite easily to me. I think there's a little bit of Loretta and everybody, you know, in in every woman out there. And I think manager that you know, and I think that's why the men loved her so much people magazine called the dumbest blonde in the history of television. Now, if they only knew how smart. Really you should see her sitting in front of the television set in jeopardy and beating some real good ones. Oh, you're giving away. My secret. I love it you married in one thousand nine hundred and what's it like for you Jeanie to be married to this icon here. Oh, it's real simple. He's radio and TV now. No. I mean, I think that we're opposites and a lot of ways, and then we're like in so many others, and it's, you know, twenty seven years now. And I mean, you know, people were laying bets at the wedding. It would last a week. So. You know, that's twenty-seven lifetimes in in Los Angeles. So maybe, you know, we're going for the gold here, and you have both especially being in this area. You've seen it all and you've continued to be real people. And that's so important out here. Thank you. I want you to set the stage force Casey because we're going to listen to one of your readings tell us a little bit about this. And we're gonna play it here. Okay. Back in sixties was Beatlemania in sixty four and I was working in Los Angeles. I had been working in the bay area San Francisco Oakland bay area for for a couple of years and a twelve year old girl sent me a letter. And in the letter, she talked about going to the venue, which was the couch palace to see the Beatles. And she she she wrote the letter and after I read the letter I said I to read it again. And the reason I read it again is because people called and said do that again, I want to hear that again, anything that was Beatles. People would I loved it. And shortly thereafter. After I put some music behind it. It was bought by Warner Brothers brothers released it as record it. Would you like to hear what let's listen to from beginning to end. It's the root of the long distance dedication it began with this girl whose name is Elena and she's about to speak. Hello. I'm this Jackie and following a beetle performance. One of my listeners wrote me a touching letter because it really happened. I like to share it with you..

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"brandon tartikoff" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"brandon tartikoff" Discussed on KFC Radio

"But when we were filming that show, we only did four we did five seasons of this screen. We didn't know how successful that show is. And it wasn't as successful as as time because the French people getting. We were Saturday morning show with a bunch of kids like they didn't protect us. Hey, you're not miss bliss though, bro. She got screwed. Hayley mills. Yeah. She just got axed after one creche. I think she's fine. She's doing all right in retrospect, I mean, you should be retired off of that. Because it is if you look back on it. But again we were cancelled for every season. Like people are stand that. Treatment. Yeah. After every season, we say goodbye to each other. And we were like, okay. Well, that's it. And we'll see and then we picked up again. And it was Brandon tartikoff was the head of the network that time, and it was sort of a pet project for him. And he really saw the value and having that show on Saturday morning for the call him the tween audience, and that's why we stayed on because primarily because Brandon tartikoff like the show and his kids were watching it. Generate the rabid sort of viewer until it became syndicated, which was probably three years after we ended the show ninety four. So how old you at that point ninety four nineteen. So you're a little bit older and all the ninety four twenty. Massa? Pretty don't worry about it. So like at that point, you're twenty nineteen whatever. And now all of a sudden you have like mega fame off of that. No, not not not really. That's not the way. It went our time getting a job for a while. Because I played a character. A lot of people know me know, that that was a character that I produce I wasn't popular in school, the guy that was popular in school was my version Zack Morris might so that that that character that I played the swagger the hair, and the, you know, the finger point in the wings and stuff those were all just things that I picked up from watching the popular kids in my school. Also, huge inspiration for me was fares Buehler's day off. I thought that movie was that was my shit back in the day. Watching Matthew Broderick play that character. When they told me I was gonna talk to the cameras like just like Matthew Broderick fares dealer. I watched that movie over and over and the mannerisms and stuff. So I really had a hard time after that finding a role because I was I was known as as more. Character. Did you resent that of course, at that point? You do because you're like, wait guys. You know, I was acting. And then it wasn't until probably when I started doing NYPD blue when Stephen Bochco gave him my shot for that. Where played in New York detective that was starting to do roles that I had that..

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"brandon tartikoff" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

06:08 min | 3 years ago

"brandon tartikoff" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"We are broadcasting live steps from the industrially ravage Ghana's canal in the heartland of America downtown Brooklyn USA. On the program today. Adam co cash. Hey, libertarian candidate for president in two thousand twenty. Also, formerly host of Adam versus the man. We'll be joining us for a debate. About libertarianism and not libertarianism also on the program. Trump through Trump threatens a shutdown and cannot find a chief of staff. Nancy Pelosi close to securing her speakership and in a win for progressive drops, these super majority for tax rule, pay go maybe next to go. And giovanni. Kaz gains may be illegal. But the opportunities owns tax benefits should be criminal regardless. Senate confirms another right wing unqualified judge for life. This time on a fifty fifty tie broken by Mike Pence. While speaking of judges Trump heads to the supreme court seeking the ability to promote a an asylum ban. At the southern border. And Harris will remain on the judiciary. But he chucked up again Joe mansion now the leader in these statutory fight against climate change on behalf of Democrats. Tell you what jank's. Meanwhile, Michael Cohen sentence. Not quite sure what it got. Think it's thirty six months thirty six months. Yeah. That's still waiting on that work. And Theresa May may affair or I should say will face a vote of no confidence this evening in the complete mess that is Brexit or number exit or Brexit. Dams? Save snap and Republicans blocked. The War Powers Act in the farm Bill, an Amazon employees at Staten Island. Seek to unionize and are using the three billion dollar give away from New York City as leverage all this and more. On today's program. Yes. Ladies and gentlemen. We we're taking the opportunity end of the year to to have a debate. We haven't had one of these libertarian debates really any debates in a long time. I have to say I mean, obviously, if you are a a member of the show, and you listen to your listen to the second half. Live or not you can you'll hear occasionally we'll have a little debates with with with people who call in on the phone. But this is the first one that we've set up. On purpose. I mean with advance notice in a longtime, basically this came about because as you know. I thought I was going to debate Steven Crowder at patriot. What does it? Call patriot. Not politico Linda on and and then he just ghosted which I think I was just reading is a millennial thing. Where are you just you know, like, you got plans to debate somebody, and then you just stop returning the emails of political on ghost. Ghosted dating concept. Yeah. I'm a pretty flaky guy. Yeah. That's that's my understanding is how it works. It's up. Yeah. You said I disobeyed. I just looked it up in the dictionary and anyways eight or so Steven Crowder ghosted, and I ended up debating Charlie Kirk that was that was fun anyways. But I really wanted to debate Steven Crowder, and I made an Email hoping that he would respond and he didn't. And then he took a break because he's I think he's dealing with some some personal illness issues, and certainly understand how how relentless this job can be. And my hope is is that when he comes back. He'll he'll agree to debate me because he seems so earnest about his desire to have people change his mind and to debate the issues, and he keeps saying he has left this ons anyways in the middle. Of this back and forth on on Twitter. I guess Adam co cash had had had some questioning a run in with Crowder. I'm not one hundred percents. Sure. But someone had told him that I have a standing a challenge to libertarians. And then he tweeted me it took it up. And we arrange it all happen fairly quick. I mean, I'm open to this stuff as that guy. Brandon. Brandon tartikoff note, what's Straka, Brandon Straka, people know, I'm bad with names, I'm bad with names that really should be nicer person who remembers his name and the oh and the walkaway guy the walk away. And I said I would go on his show. I'm I'm very open to these type of things so impressed. You could even find a libertarian to debate. These days aren't they all Nazis now? Well, no, that's the thing is I've actually I think Adam is very sincere about this stuff. I've seen some other people who have who were less sincere. But that's for. Another day. Let me just remind you. So hey,.

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"brandon tartikoff" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

06:11 min | 3 years ago

"brandon tartikoff" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Jaro D rub. Sam cdo it is Wednesday December twelve two thousand eighteen my name is Sam cedar. This the five time award winning majority report, we are broadcasting live steps from the industrially ravage Ghana's canal in the heartland of America downtown Brooklyn USA. On the program today. Adam co cash. Hey, libertarian candidate for president in two thousand twenty. Also, formerly host of Adam versus the man. We'll be joining us for a debate. About libertarianism and not libertarianism also on the program. Trump through Trump threatens a shutdown and cannot find a chief of staff. Nancy Pelosi close to securing her speakership and in a win for progressive drops, these super majority for tax rule, pay go maybe next to go. And Giovanni Kaz gains may be a legal, but the opportunities owns tax benefits should be criminal regardless. Senate confirms another right wing unqualified judge for life. This time on a fifty fifty tie broken by Mike Pence. While speaking of judges Trump heads to the supreme court seeking the ability to promote a an asylum ban. At the southern border. And Harris will remain on the judiciary. But he chucked up again Joe mansion now the leader in these statutory fight against climate change on behalf of Democrats. Tell you what jank's. Meanwhile, Michael Cohen sentence. Not quite sure what it got. Think it's thirty six months thirty six months. Yeah. That's still waiting on that one. And Theresa May may affair or I should say will face a vote of no confidence this evening in the complete mess that is Brexit or nebr- exit or Brexit. Dams? Save snap and Republicans blocked. The War Powers Act in the farm Bill. An Amazon employee's Staten Island seek to unionize and are using the three billion dollar give away from New York City as leverage all this and more. On today's program. Yes. Ladies and gentlemen. We we're taking the opportunity of the end of the year to to have a debate. We haven't had one of these libertarian debates really any debates in a long time. I have to say I mean, obviously, if you are a member of the show, and you listen to listen to the second half. Live or not you can you'll hear occasionally we'll have a little debates with with with people who call in on the phone. But this is the first one that we've set up. On purpose. I mean with advance notice in a longtime, basically this came about because as you know. I thought I was going to debate Steven Crowder at patriot. What does it? Call patriot. Not politico, Linda Khan, and and then he just ghosted which I think I was just reading is a millennial thing. Where are you just you know, like, you got plans to debate somebody, and then you just stop returning the emails of political on ghost. Ghosted dating concept. Yeah. I'm a pretty flaky guy. Yeah. That's that's my understanding is how it works. It's up. Yeah. You said I disobeyed. I just looked it up in the dictionary and anyways eight or so Steven Crowder ghosted, and I ended up debating Charlie Kirk that was that was fun anyways. But I really wanted to debate Steven Crowder, and I made an Email hoping that he would respond and he didn't. And then he took a break because he's I think he's dealing with some some personal illness issues. And certainly understand how how relentless this job can be. And my hope is is that when he comes back. He'll he'll agree to debate me because he seems so earnest about his desire to have people change his mind and to debate the issues, and he keeps saying he has left this ons anyways in the middle of this back and forth on on Twitter. I guess Adam co cash had had had some questioning a run in with Crowder. I'm not one hundred percents. Sure. But someone had told him that I have a standing a challenge to libertarians. And then he tweeted me it took it up. And we arrange it all happen fairly quick. I mean, I'm open to this stuff as that guy. Brandon. Brandon tartikoff note, what's Straka, Brandon Straka, people know, I'm bad with names, I'm bad with names that really should be nicer person who remembers his name and the oh and the walkaway guy the walk away. And I said I would go on his show. I'm I'm very open to these type of things so impressed. You could even find a libertarian to debate. These days aren't they all Nazis now? Well, no, that's the thing is I've actually I think Adam is very.

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"brandon tartikoff" Discussed on Raised by TV

Raised by TV

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"brandon tartikoff" Discussed on Raised by TV

"What's he doing on an equestrian? Because you're showing the car jumping over stuff literally montage the car flying over things. It's a nine thousand nine hundred just women. They don't do anything in the show. It's a nine hundred eighty two Pontiac trans AM that's really like with tinted windows, and it showed in sped up foot film. I wrote I wrote a paper in college. We we were assigned to we had to write a paper on a controversial topic and everyone did like fucking abortion or the death penalty. And mine was about who would win in a race, the general Lee or or Kitt from Knight rider, jollies the car from dukes of hazzard show, which has not well Well in at all. a show where the hero is like an old southern boy. Good old confederate play. I know this show. But I don't know anything about it. Like, I don't get you know, what to be fair. Same watch. Like this. I mean, all this stuff was like huge TV in my household, especially I somehow FX cracked like the code in the early nineties were they got all the syndicated episodes of these shows. So when I got home from school when my brother, and I got home from school. It was like eighteen dukes of hazzard sometime. I think they had mission impossible the original show. It was like all action adventure shows. Let's just for like dads to yet. Miami vice fire, Michael man, it was all like shows about cars pre. The premise for night riders crazy convoluted to the car is Knight. Knight industries two thousand and it's like some other like private organization. It's not even the government flag or something like that. That's that's funded by this billionaire, and then the the the star of the show Michael Knight. David Hasselhoff gets like gotten a horrible accident and a new phase give them a new face. And then he has to use cards truly hot. It was I remember even as a kid be like wait this show is bad. It's the they fool you. It's disheartening when you mature out of a show like in a couple of episodes when you're found something I like, and then to episodes in you're like, wow, this is actually really corny now that I've seen it. This is another -nother Brandon tartikoff show, and like the the lower is this is all like old show biz legend that they couldn't find any good leading men that could act it. So he's like, why don't we just get a fucking car that can talk. So they built this show around car talks a lot. I mean, it's a two hand or between Hasselhoff in the car and the car has like a British accent cars got a great voice and it forms, Michael. That'll never work. Michael kid. Can we jump over that no way? Michael kind of like admonishes him for. Snooty out. Yeah. That's just what men want. They want women who smile and cars Utah. You're not gonna wear that sport coat. Are you Michael? And he's like what I thought. This look good cheeseburgers should face on the floor. Are you my? The video is kids film. They were like stop drinking death. Like the audio is upsetting. They're like. Life together. Stop bragging about being popular in Germany, who's popular in Germany, Michael don't spend this Baywatch checks, Michael..

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"brandon tartikoff" Discussed on Raised by TV

Raised by TV

05:16 min | 3 years ago

"brandon tartikoff" Discussed on Raised by TV

"Said to DVR. It my dream show would just be like before and after like over and over like every minute is a before. And after I don't wanna watch like a thirty minute process pitch that. Like clockwork, orange juice. I is are held open an images flat screen. Here's. Gbi. To be fair. I have said that I would watch an hour of guys like strapping weapons on and like loading like getting ready montage. I go watch a full hour. Just you know, like moving stuff around vary like Republican like Trump trash. Okay. Hot babe. Marry me emoji. We're obsessed where obsessed with the guys who comment on fetal women's. It's just what's the plan here. Talk me through strategy. How many times people asking me like go on a date or something? And it's like, what do you think is wrong with me? From in my other folder, like interesting. I click and then they have a private page. No. I'm really. Eight thousand posts and three people following all right? Good sign so far. Good. Good. Good. Take swings. If you to get a couple of homes around. Yeah. Well, that's another thing about you said, very Republican ask a lot of the shows and movies. I grew up watching now that we're revisiting them. And even talking about these action shows, they're they're conservative wet dreams. It's always like a guy like everyone's crooked. But one guy one Wysong with a gun consult on answer to like the Jimmy Carter administration liberal judges. Yeah. Liberal judges in the revolving door in the penal system, right? The way they should on like how cops are heroes. And then anyone else's part of the justices them are our problems and they're slowing cancer. Tide. Yeah. It's like what are your favorite shows when you think of us genre? When you're growing up. I think the first one like the big one would is eighteen are you familiar with song because it was out of my theme song TV theme song makes that I had in high school. It's got a great premise theme song. And even they even narration in the opening and just like, yeah. I'm in the eighteen fuck enroll there was a lot of fun. It's Mr. T. So the show was built supposedly conceived around Mr. T, then wanted to get this is a Brandon tartikoff show. He played a character named BA baracks. This is from stood for bad attitudes this on playing house possibly do. And I think that's where I heard this phrase. And I'm like what is that? It's it's like it's still in the pop culture, it was like four seasons, and it still people will endlessly reference it, and I think Mr. T was just such a there was some later seasons to that worked very good. And they like added a new guy. I it got bad. But it suffered like the the exact trajectory of any TV show where it's like this premise is getting old. Yeah. Everything was wrapped up in an episode for. I think they did a lot of two partners, but they always get kidnapped or same shit. They're always stuck in a situation where they don't have weapons. The premise of the show is there this elite like special forces team that are framed for a crime. They didn't commit. So they're out there disavowed that it'd become like soldiers of fortune. So you can hire them if you're in trouble there in LA based in Los Angeles. They're hiding out in Los Angeles as soldiers afford, find them. The theme. That's awesome. All right. Yeah. I pulled the themes for all these. Okay. Yeah. We'll give you credit. Christ by military. Commit? Leaker that so many times and never processed. What? Today still wanted by the government they survive soldiers of fortune. If you have a problem that no one else can help. And if you can find them, maybe you can hire the eighteen. If you're fucking ten year old kid. An airplane doing a loop to loop and everything this scale. So so he's Hannibal like kind of a master of disguise. He's the leader George. And now this space. Yeah. He's the charmer. He always says Charmaine he's like the small. Dirk benedict. His name also laid season. Jerk. Vinci's woman. Talk to the music over her. And then smile dot. He's a pilot east grays Nathan. Superstrong he can build anything, but he's afraid to fly. That's like hands. Yeah. So they have to them to get him on the plane. They like hypnotize drunk, you hypnotize, you know, like a trigger word she this is Stephen j canal this canal..

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"brandon tartikoff" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"brandon tartikoff" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"And we had happened three or four times and the excuse would be getting line behind my. Bad. Let's get you know, if you wanna sue way to Lisa great couple other true or false things. Just about getting that show going Sam was originally to work for a woman. Yeah. That was the original permutation when this was June may and June of eighty one we were pitching out a pilot, and you know, we had decided and everything that and the boys of Glenn last went off. H Sam was working for a woman. Yeah. We thought the thorough. Yes. That's true today. And so it was because you decided to go with the adding Shelley long character that you didn't need a just change, the dynamics. And that was totally Glenn less when I went when they went away. I had no idea what they were doing. And they came back with the screw. How 'bout something else? They heard which sounds almost two out there to be to be true. But Lucille ball was almost gonna play Diane's mother. We went to her house. And why was how did that come about? We lo-. We thought you'd be great. We loved her. She was just you know, what comedian we we sat with her and talk with her. And she didn't she didn't wanna do what you turn down. But I heard that. She was actually maybe the impetus was that. She was declared fan of the show. She liked the show, otherwise she wouldn't have met with us. Yeah. But maybe she was too nervous. I don't know you considered several pairings of. Actors and actresses before you got to Ted, and Shelly why did you go with them? I think you had been familiar with Ted from he'd gone out for an episode of show best of the west. I think that you've done and he'd be out. Yeah. And been on an episode of taxi. But was that did you even remember any of that? He was on an episode taxi. We had already seen Ted before that before the taxi him I had additional for best to west. So the boys did know about them. But I knew about him. He almost got bested west. But I think that taxi episode happened whether we could sit around him or not I don't remember. I think people now obviously remember chairs as one of the great popular acclaim shows of of the less, you know, whatever thirty five years forty years, but then all time, really. But it was not successful in the beginning. Can you remind people of hell perilous goddess far as the ratings? And then also why you think NBC kept it around. Let's say the first year we did not do very well. We were we were opposite like shows like Simon Simon and magnum ABC had. These on against us. There was no reason to watch the show was absolute note reach new nobody on the show we were on a Thursday night on sank giving. And we were lowest rated show on television now week or seventy second or something. Oh my God. And then what happened was we had credible reinforcement from Brandon tartikoff who was a big fan of the show and grant tinker was running NBC then who had hired Glenn lesson myself at Mt 'em. So and we had the press back then there was no fake news. There was nothing like that the press was there. No different back, then than they are not right. Right. And they loved us. Yep. And so in summer they rerun shown so everybody had seen Simon Simon and magnum in the normals season. And so they went shopping, and they found this little show on NBC. And we were at one point in the summer. We finished the week ranked night, which was great. Then the Emmys. Yeah, what you guys were immediately. Yeah. Well, receive you know, we were huge at the Emmys, and then the following year, we did better..

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"brandon tartikoff" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"brandon tartikoff" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Because he, he saw what everybody else it was that it worked. It worked. I just didn't quite understand to prepare to play the part. I don't know if this would have been before after the pilot, but I read that you did go to bartending school or what was the value of that? Well, to learn how to mixed drinks to be somewhat familiar Bina bar. I took it very seriously and you know, for the first month or two, cheers, I would make, you know, these Manhattan's and grasshoppers, and all these bizarre drinks until I realized they'd give a damn, you know, they were shooting above my hands anyway most of the time. So they want the joke drink. Right? Right. So, you know, I ended up washing shot glasses, cutting limes, lemons importing beers. That's funny. Once the show got on the air, how quickly and what ways did fame impasse. Your life like you had not really been? I don't actually. You've been in things that people saw a, you're now at different level? Yes, television does do that. Especially back then it was the amount of people that would watch a network show. 'cause they're only really three network. Guess at that point may be FOX that it was astounding the number of people. So it was a little bit of rock and roll. I think the biggest difference was when we were syndicated the third year and all of a sudden we're everywhere all the time and it you literally can feel the energy when you walk out the door, even if you're looking at your shoes, you are on Sunday, yo, what's different, what's going on. I've always thought and I was I was lucky to, I think to realize this, you know, being celebrity is kind of like Nina, five-year-old in a room with all the adults looking at you, you can spin a kid. It out if every adults throws their focus on a little kid, they'll just bounce off the wall, and I realized that I needed to do something with that energy. And for me, it was deflecting it into ocean advocacy, which is a whole other story, but I kinda got that. I better do that. The other thing I got was you your host your host to everybody's memory of something funny that you apart of an, you know, you don't wanna disappoint folks so you, you host their memories. Well, as part of your job out world for the first two seasons of chairs, people may not remember this, but the ratings were visible. Oh, Dan, last one week I was gonna say this November of nineteen eighty two. I saw you guys sixty eighth of sixty. Shows one writer in the New York Times, I think looking back after you would turn it around wrote something that was pretty interesting. Just kind of outlining the reasons why it actually in some ways shouldn't have ever worked. And I just want to quote this back to you quote the series chose a bar setting. Just when the old fashioned neighborhood bars were disappearing from the urban landscape. It dab freely in sexual promiscuity just as aids was filtering into the national consciousness it featured some serious. Boozing just went twelve step alcohol reforms were becoming fashionable. And in Mr. Danson Simone, it offered a sex crazed male chauvinist just as feminist across the country were making middle gains close quote. So why do you think first of all that started off so poorly in the ratings? And then why do you think Brandon tartikoff NBC kept it on the air through that period. And then finally part three of this question, what the heck turn it around? Yeah, we used to. Credit, Brandon tartikoff or in granting grant tinker, definitely had the philosophy of higher, really bright creative people that you respect and then let them do their job. No micromanage people who are who have a pretty good handle on their what they're trying to Korean. So that was true..

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"brandon tartikoff" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"brandon tartikoff" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Oh to be bought by us network what was it like to leave the bubble of canadian media how did things change besides the sort of the harder sell on things like bob and doug how how did things change when she went to the the the biggest challenge was that the network was you know constantly wanting to have their nominated producer on the show so we we burn through a lot of producers because they came up to canada and you know the show is already established and the the power of the cast was the show and so the really the producer had no left in frustration 'cause they were being completely alienated it drove the network crazy tell the funny story about how you are so excited that the the network accepted your first number the first offer you had and then you later realized they did that because it was a terrible offering you could barely create a comedy show with with those numbers with it was crazy i mean we'd lennon i used to go down to nbc and meet with brandon tartikoff who's head of the network and you know the first time we went in there the first number they throughout we accepted and then we went back and we start produced the show and realized okay we don't have enough money to go back again they'd give us more money you know this went on three or four times and i think they always knew that you know we we were you know really low balling ourselves but this is all new and fresh to us so it was it was kind of a learning curve and you know painful at times but it was naive aotea at its best before i let you go i have to mention this you're receiving that lifetime achievement more award which has got a little bit stranger very much still active and alive and going you're the ceo of second city you continue to work what does it mean to get that recognition here in in canada where it all started for you on just taking my pulse right you know sure yeah.

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"brandon tartikoff" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"brandon tartikoff" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Actually the cbc because we eventually ended up on the cbc after you know two or three years of being on global in itv's edmonton and the cbc's suggested to me that the show needed some sort of canadian content which sort of did make a lot of sense because etienne content show right all all the the actors actors are in candidates correct literally did you won't mounties or you know back bacon one guy does that mean so i took that frustration back to the writer's room and dave and rick believe happened to be there and they quickly came up with bob and doug mckenzie and it became yet you're right a two minute filler in in the us in the us i was not particularly you know didn't think it was that they couldn't get it on nbc but we stuck with it in awfully what happened is it became a phenomenon a movie and record album you know quite extraordinary and you bring up the us setv was the first canadian show to be bought by us network what was it like to leave the bubble of canadian media how did things change besides the sort of the harder sell on things like bob and doug how how did things change when she went to the the the biggest challenge was that the network was you know constantly wanting to have their nominated producer on the show so we we burn through a lot of producers because they came to canada and you know the show is already established and the power of the cast was the show in so really the producer had no you know that were left in frustration 'cause they were being completely alienated it drove the network crazy story about how you are so excited that the the network accepted your first number the first offer you had and then you later realized they did that because it was a terrible offering you could pair lee create a comedy show with with those numbers without it was crazy i mean we'd lennon i used to go down to nbc and meet with brandon tartikoff who head of the network and you know the first time we went in there the first number they throughout we accepted and then we've been back in we start produced the show in realized okay we don't have enough money to go back again they'd give us more money this went on three or four.

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"brandon tartikoff" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"brandon tartikoff" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Okay so they allaire out a lot of what they did was a stage act right but they're out okay so for me i was thinking about this okay movie do oh i think if we looked it up the duo that would have made the most money and had the most box office receipts unless there's somebody i'm not thinking of here are danny glover and mel gibson they made four lethal weapon movies that were all gigantic hits has anybody else had like four to three hundred million dollar movies my do which is our two d two and c three pm oh yeah yeah yours is yours george mine yeah but those aren't there to get our two dozen talk qamar to d to doesn't tide of it as he does to what's he saying people poop come on you're you're forgetting the biggest one and it really is the biggest one paul walker and vin diesel have been in like seven or eight navys together walkers will he now he is yeah right her eight together those movies were about cars more knowledgeable no you're on cable johanna movie family family's gotta come join the store you gotta tell i can agree with you about the cars you gotta tell when david hasselhoff held out on nightrider humor that story yeah he went to his at grant tinker oh no it was brandon tartikoff okay ida nice relationship with brandon tartikoff did a bunch of interviews with me and he was doing night writer and david hasselhoff was there and he was holding out and so.

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