17 Burst results for "Brett Butler"

"brett butler" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"brett butler" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Considering subscribing backstory magazine now in case you don't know because it's a very new thing we also have youtube page, so you could see this zoom cast, which is where it originated from at backstory magazines Youtube page, and of course. If you're listening to regular way, you're still hearing the audio in Itunes spotify, but just for the podcast. PODCAST listeners in case you didn't know, and you want to see me Dave Talk You know and watch the interview rather than just listen to it. You could go to the backstory magazine Youtube page, but now without any further ado. Let's jump right into the interview with Dave. Sarah's about his debut feature film the King of Staten Island all right, so dave welcome and it's good to have you here to talk about the King Staten. Island, thank you for having me a merry honored to be able to talk about this. I could not possibly feel like more of a Dick Trying to pitch a movie at this point in history. You know you're not pitching. We're GONNA talk about. We're going to talk about your process, so you've got a lot of. Make sure people understand how unimportant this movie is. You know there are many more important things going on in the world, so it's coming out at a turbulent time, but it's also coming at a time where people might want some escapist fiction that takes them certainly away from the events of the world. Before they returned back to them, we hope so I think it will serve that purpose because that's good entertainment always. Does you know I? WanNa to your in story. Did you go to school for writing? Where where did you study? What did you like? I went to Syracuse for illustration. which at least I, was able to partially us because then I drew a bunch of the tattoos in the movie. But no I am I started doing stand up in high school like a senior in high school, and then I did it through college, and just sort of continued trying not. Consistently like all the time it was hard, but yes, since then I am just sort of got into sketch, comedy and writing and just trying to do. Whatever kind of comedy just you know worked best for me. Videos Youtube stuff you know. Sketch is live stuff. Did you, did you try the Obama Tattoo in the movie? Because that Tattoo was pretty amazing yet, I was me. Yeah, just for people that haven't seen it yet and I hope you do go see. You can watch it on demand basically there's a very messed up Barack Obama Tattoo. Where just you know. Scott's character wants to be a tattoo artist Dan. His talent is questionable answer from points in the movie trying to draw a tattoo. That's bad in a way. That looks unintentional is so hard. I do that Obama so many times like there was the number of tattoos that I drew just trying to figure out what the magic is of drawing a bad tattoo. That doesn't look on purpose was. A. It's so much harder than I imagined it would be. What's what did you graduate circus two thousand? Okay, and so if you wanNA, tell us. What did you do between two thousand? And what I know to be your your writing directing debut with your documentary, Archie Black, which is a mockumentary, and you give us the pitch on that, but just tell us what he did after graduating. 'cause you know, everybody has a different path, and it's always interesting to hear pretty much. Nothing I I did stand up. Nothing really went particularly great. You know I just I went to l. a. and I started doing you know just sort of stand up there nothing that really translate into anything big. You know just doing Joe's in some most than going well. Not really growing, I was in a sketch. Group called A. Slow Children Crossing I. I was the White Guy. Sketch Group means I always had to play like a cop or a slave owner or something, because it was always sketches written people in the group. I was the one white guy. I. Group that group located la I mean, but what? I'm from La. No one we really all live in the same neighborhood or anything. is in Hollywood I mean I mean. Where would it perform like what space with we did? I o West. We did lot of different shows. We've toward. We did the Austin out of bounds festival. We did Seattle. We did. Yeah, we did a lot of sketch. Just you know touring schedule and and we had a weekly show. ONS at on Hollywood I. Forget which place it was, but yeah, but yeah. We did a lot of places like that. Okay, and one of them was Brett Butler who was the Voice of Dr Quinn on C. Lab. and.

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"brett butler" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"brett butler" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The one. Jim weaver pinch running in scores angry well made the call third head of the day for Brett Butler Robby Thompson at a three run Homer and at that time the giants were five games ahead the San Diego with sixteen to play a three run come back in the bottom of the thirteenth the candle stick to beat the Reds eight to seven on September thirteenth nineteen eighty nine and this is been Brian Murphy with this date in giants history time now for a quick check on other game so let's go places with the Toyota out of town scoreboard and we'll start with the ages who right now are locked in a crazy game in taxes they are only in the middle of the fourth inning already tied seven to seven so the ages looking for their eighty eighth win of the year tonight either gonna have to deal with offense that one is all over the place will bounce around the league a little bit the Yankees leading the blue jays five to four in the seventh Orioles and from the Tigers too awful teams get together seventh inning their Baltimore is up six to two the twins and the tribe in the third are tied into Astros with a one nothing lead in the fifth on the Royals later on tonight rabies angels white Sox mariners indeed nationally the Dodgers in front of the mats seven to one in the bottom of the seventh the Braves are the giants we'll see next week leading the nationals for nothing that one is in the eighth inning cardinals leading the brewers right now who just lost Kristin yell it's for the season for nothing bottom of the fourth Rockies in from the Padres also in the fourth three two two final from earlier the cubs had some fun at Wrigley over the pirates seventeen to eight the final there Reds and Diamondbacks just getting under way and then of course we round out the schedule with our game here tonight at oracle park the Marlins in town for the first of three against. the giants the giants four wins away from two thousand for the career of Bruce body will send you back up to the booth in just a moment and keep things moving toward giants and Marlins from oracle park. please.

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"brett butler" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"brett butler" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Those are the conversations they were having it appeals to to those that are most aren't non sports. Fans are some that maybe a dip their toes sport. Take my wife. She'll watch hard knocks. She's not the hugest sports fan. I mean she does enjoy sports. Don't get me wrong but she wouldn't go out of her way to to. Just sit down and watch a lot of these games. She'll watch hard knocks. I said hey you wanna watch hard knocks tonight yeah yeah. Let's do it. Who who's which team are. They doing this year so you're right. You're right about me in hard knocks and i am a jon gruden fan right now because i just loved his his attitude i loved his. I love that he's dropping f bombs uh-huh couple of housekeeping notes here on donny sent in tweet at richeisenshow his the top three movies he secretly loves <music> number three cannonball run number two urban cowboy number one roller boogie. I i don't know i think that's you spelled it wrong but i think that's what it is. The other two. I knew so this comes off of a a top three wednesday that we do top three sports brett's threats. These are mine top. Three sports brett's brett butler speedy outfielder dodgers braves. I think threats butler by the way is there whether or not a lot of brett's no offense to brett butler. Go ahead think of one off the top of your. I can't off the top of my head. <hes> oh see there's a good one. He might have made my list. I <hes> number two was bret. Hall number one's brett farve yeah. Those two brits are pretty solid choice my top three tailgate foods. You're going to a tailgate before football baseball bowl game and nobody tailgates basketball game but if you're going to a tailgate before a football or baseball game major league baseball college football n._f._l. My number three free is barbecue. Now that could be pulled pork. It could be brisket number. Three's barbecue. I'll put my number three as some sort of homemade dip. Oh so you're right yeah yeah. Number two is chilly right. I some kind of i want chilly most of the tailgates i go to john if i go to tailgates cold weather tailgate. I love chilly whether tailgate you're right that does work in number. One is brought because we live in wisconsin and brought worse our tailgate staple in wisconsin contin. I went pretty classic and number two burgers number. One brought and there are probably people all around the country..

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"brett butler" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"brett butler" Discussed on KGO 810

"Now, more of Thurston, odd, K G O eight ten. Like go watch. Frankly, I don't give a damn. Seriously. What a great who can forget that. See what a great scene. That was. Hi, I'm Pat Thurston. Tim Sika, we were talking movies. And this is the eightieth anniversary of gone with the wind. One of the best movies ever made. It truly is. I think one of the best movies ever made so Tim. Yeah. The thing about that movie is Margaret Mitchell was a big old racist. And she was really sad about the end of the old south and the plantation life. And she thought it was really unfair to characterise plantation owners as being mean because they loved their darkies, and they took really good care of them. And you know, it was really pathetic and the book that she wrote was full of so much racial hatred. And it was also filled with the KKK, and there's a famous scene in the movie when Scarlett O'Hara is attacked by some of the black men in shantytown when she went off on herself in a in a carriage or something when he she back Buckboard whenever they called it when she shouldn't have and they tried to get her, and then she got away. And so the menfolk decided they were going to go, and they were going to roust. Out some of the people in shantytown that was a clan operation. They were members of the clan. These men were clan members, and it's totally whitewashed out of the movie. And I wondered why it's because of the NWC p. Right. They put a lot of pressure on sounds. They get the time. The film was being made all references to the N word were excluded. This the end of the the the clan. References all that stuff all the really overt racist stuff was excluded. Because I think I think was really sensitive to that. Because he knew what was going on in the rest of the world with the Jews of the world. The movie was shot in nineteen thirty eight war broke out. What was it in in September of nineteen thirty nine movie came out in December of nineteen thirty nine. So he was really sensitive. He fought with a butterfly McQueen who played Chrissy. With him about the character. And you know, they wanted her in the script in the original script. They wanted her to eat fried chicken and watermelon and she refused. So they took it out. Yeah. Because there were I mean, they were in the book, of course, Margaret Mitchell. Look back fondly at. Raised on those stories. I mean, that's what she was brought up with her. I think her her grandmother maternal grandfather fought on the side of the confederate army, and yeah, she she wrote what she knew. And when she was raised on as racist as it was. And I'm so glad they made the changes because it allowed me to really enjoy the movie, even while, you know, their slaves. And so, of course, there's all there's a lot of racism there. But had they been true to Margaret Mitchell's book. It really would have put a different power on the evil of slavery. And it would have justified the lynchings and Brett Butler would walk down the sidewalk and just shoot a guy because there was a black guy. Standing in front of him on the sidewalk who didn't immediately jump out of the way. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Was way too early for Hollywood. They push the envelope. That way. Well, let's let's get a phone call here, Tim..

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"brett butler" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"brett butler" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Right. But she, but she's going to post on Instagram anyway, mine my privacy. And here's obviously Photoshop not a wrinkle not a birth. Mark looking like a twenty year old lesser, it's so free. She's forty seven. Then I guarantee she shows four. Nine and she shows this to family members. Probably like, yeah. Let me see I put in the work, but she's also got millions and millions of dollars. And you'd be very surprised at what an endless supply of money can do for your physical form. It thing is I know she's in good shape. Yeah. So this is extra go to LA. It's like the cottage industry they have of skin treatments, personal trainers injections. You start falling into that. Now that you're out there more. Does it start me? Thank you noticing. Yes. I've had a lot of treatments done. They have one at in and out burger and doing now appeal ordering off the menu to pickles on your eyes drive through for. No. I should. I should. I should like I don't think you should. But are you? But it starts for someone's got to be out there and not hot. You know, what I'm like somebody's it's hack at a certain point just have nine comedians that are gorgeous. They're like, I've can't intimacy whatever I've got all kinds of problems. Do you to you like Lucy poll a lot and she does a character on overwatch huge bright one of the biggest games out there right now. And I happened to look up. I wonder what she's gorgeous. And I wonder what the other people look like who do these voices right voice overs, their voiceovers, only, they're so beautiful. And you know, it so that they can show Mafa Comecon voice over actors, and no one talks about this. You wanna talk about reputation ovoid over actors should be hideous. Yeah. Should be hideous. They should be hideous with good voices. That's that's -ality James to be ugly and voice actor when they talk about Bryan Cranston being in the movie to wheelchair. Why you hire real person in the wheelchair? Couldn't you hire. Asian somebody with just the voice I got several years ago. I got the role of the talking ashtray. In an anti-smoking PSA. This is true. And it was a very proud moment for me, and my family, I was an Astro that roasted smokers while they were having cigarettes. And it was an say what can you know, the ball guy would come up? And I'd be like when you started. Did you have hair on fire? It's like outside man on the streets. Now like you're getting fired today. You know it. Hey, the ashtray and they'd be like what? So it was very, you know. I went back to my family, complain ashtray. And they were like, this is pretty cool. I think someone actually saw the anti-smoking annual like, that's Tim Dillon. He played that ashtray in them dead. Put a cigarette on what face. Yeah. Well, he never listened. He did when you were a kid. You did theater. I did you see people getting your head shots. Look. So pretend I was gorgeous. When these still cream work, MacAulay, Kokin, home alone. Does it really get your a little bit? I mean, it's whatever he did a good job in that. Did a great job. Didn't he same age? He did a great job. He's probably a little older. He did a great job. And you know, it's fine. But it's also like enough's enough. What happened? It didn't go. I don't know. You know, I think the businesses. You did a travel show. Right. It's very tough. When you're when you're young kid. The closest I got was grace under fire Brett Butler show. I got to the third call back then they were like four inches to tall. We're going at somebody short or who looks better standing next to Brett Butler so end up..

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"brett butler" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"brett butler" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"Yeah. I would love that. I'd be thrilled for that. That'd make me happy. Yeah. If he brings Sarah and window because I think there is. No there is no Walking Dead franchise without Sarah. And wendell. I think rob is established that pretty well. I think that's correct. But I like all those characters I like walking din. It's not awful. It's not awful. I think it's going to be okay. I there's been some bad story storytelling leading up to the antifreeze was ridiculous. Yes. That was that made me so angry on so many levels problems with it. I'm going to go full rob here in a second. But I think. Where they're going next where they are setting themselves up to be sort of more of a procedural where they help people from the headquarters of their denim factory. That has some potential, and I might potentially be okay with it. But if the series concludes, and they just send the best characters up to Walking Dead prime and call them up to the majors that might be okay to all right heads on six draft heads on sticks draft. All right. So just for anyone who has just like out of curiosity of what's going on in the Walking, Dead comics, and how that might influence the show just just to set the stage for them in the comics when Rick and the group they encounter the whispers, we've talked about who are people who wear human skin suits in order to blend in with the dead. The leader of that group alpha draws like a literal line between her side of. Of the territory, and what is going to be her community against the Alexandria safe zone. And she does this by having her people abduct bunch of people from the Alexandria and surrounding communities and bring them to their territory, kill them, all and sever their heads and place them on spikes. And in the comics at least two main characters who are still actively involved in the Walking Dead are among the people who's heads wind up on spikes. So got to imagine. That's coming our way. Just I would actually bet on that as the mid season finale. Yeah. That was my thought like that might be the scene that we are left with at the mid season. Finale, like, I think that that would mean that we would have to get into the whispers a little bit sooner than than we currently are thinking because there's only three episodes left, and I think for all of that to happen. In one episode of probably be too much. I don't know be the season season. Finale, I that feels like a lot of episodes to fill, but we do still have to have Lydia show up and make contact and right in the bond to form, and then Lydia gets brought over to the hilltop, and then wherever Lydia befriends gets abducted. And then there's a negotiation. And then there's the harvest festival. I guess you could stretch that out into another nine episodes. I don't think it's impossible. I think you're right. I think that it could it could go for a little while longer. God help us all. But all right ahead heads on spikes. So we're going to pick. What you want to pick three people each we think, and they gotta be I think series regulars that can that can extend to like the also starring, but I think they've gotta be main characters that were picking here for for whose heads. We'll wind up on spikes. I think we should do three people apiece. So we're not allowed to pick Brett Butler. I don't think that's fair. I think that Brett Butler is probably going to get the head on the spike though. I agreed. I think that was kind of a given. But all right, three main characters are you going to go first, or should I how do you wanna do it? Rock paper, scissors. I don't know how you rock paper scissors on a podcast. Yeah. This is riveting podcasting. I'll tell you what you can go for. Thank you. I think you won the draft. Did I win the Jeter probably did win the Nikkei, Jeff because I'm pretty sure I think Glen, I think you had Abraham in the draft..

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"brett butler" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"brett butler" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"The brain that cried crazy. Sure, I wouldn't read it before bed. I liked Tom Arnold. But I'm getting close to not believing many things that comes out of his mouth, Dan Dona back in the glory days. I got to Roseanne just when they split up. So they were like it was my season in the split up at happened. And and how does during super super calm? Yeah. It was very yeah. Wasn't didn't feel any ill will or white men? And all so I must have been an. Brett butler. Breath was just a Halley the moon at that point. I don't know how many flops so. Multiple witnesses back for nets version of the event that Arnold came running toward him yelling that he reached out simply to defend himself. So LA prosecutors have declined to pursue charges. Here's Arnold recounting. The incident and sort of Russia on style in terms of believing accounts, this is like Charlie Sheen and dick Cavite guy. Keisha now, many people believe the dick Cavite side. I go. Yeah. Take me in clued me in that group and your dog. Let's take a comment from both. All right. Listen to town. And I see vibrating at the top like do this stick. It's just not be funny and before he could get to top tiers pretty steep. He just lunch outed just as a full-on, not just choke. But you'll try to choke me out. Like, I had got stuff Sears deduct back. I thought I was going to fall down the stairs is complete psycho. Like, he's lost it. I see. Here's people. Go quick kill or whatever is David. Doves? They're funny. They we got square that get away and then I protected by. So just want to say defended myself and ripped off his gold chain with his fake cross. It is picture. But then it was crazy. But he. Are you tired of that fire balloons launched in nineteen forty five? Three hundred of the ninety three hundred made it. To the target. Yeah. They they were intended just to instill fear and tear. But then in may of nineteen forty five. A pregnant woman for Sunday school children play with them and it exploded on fire nail died chains. And that was that was in forty five so landed it didn't blow up and go San but true. Well, it's kind of cool for the surviving members of the family. You know what I mean? You know, like, you know, how'd your dad, how'd your mom heart diseases stress. Probably pouring the friends. They're going to tell that story. Oh, you can't have them over. If crazy too because else's way war works is forty five. I don't know was that we're where we let's see over for now. Yeah. But no, technically was we'd. We'd off the nukes by then or if it was before or after I don't know why. But it still makes it that if a war ends, and then you're taking your Sunday school troop out. Yeah. And that that'll make an atheist. All right. All right. Japanese civilians have visit the monument that was made for them to offer their policies and deaths that took place and several cherry trees have been planted around the monument by the Japanese civilians of some people clean up their soccer stadiums, they go to their monuments that are on other shows respectful people Japan, surrendered in nineteen forty five. Yeah. Yeah. August. Yeah. We're saying just took. Okay. But I'm just curious when this happened max PANA have a date may fifth nineteen forty. So it was still on. Assar?.

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"brett butler" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"brett butler" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"So the Carol tales in the morning that she gonna stay in the sanctuary he asked is, 'cause I propose that I pushed you hard was was shit to whack and we all know the answer Jess. But she says, no. And she tells Jerry to take care of and he does speak a little bit and kings features. Like as he's Gary Levy, says something like something. Something lady Carol in any also says. Something like parting is such sweet sorrow made all the sweeter some shit just ridiculous yet. He just like, okay, so I guess he's back on his bullshit. And Jerry says he'll take care of. All right, he'll talk this way. It goes down. All right, yes. All that stuff was cute and everything, and they clearly building towards some shit there. But. Hilltop is where we had to drama, Maggie informs cans parents that their son died. Qian's pan. I didn't recognize the father actor, but the mother actor is Brett Butler who I love. She plays a good as redneck. Okay, that woman has made a living off just southern accent and draw. And so she's Tammy, who was cans mom, Earl is his dad. So Tammy is pieced, and they'll they were old appearance to. Yeah, which you know they might have had to fight. They whole life to have that baby. Right. I didn't him today was in the fifties right s. so they are pissed maggie's while your son died and I take full responsibility, you know, sorry, I could never your boy would win. They house like your dumb ass. Sunk Joe dumb ass. Mundi like this hour and I wouldn't have been elected, but that's how I would have to tell him, I guess which dumb ass son did ran back for fucking horse and he dead. Now y'all raised that are good night, but magazine off sensitive like, come on, you know, he died. He was hero. And then it was like. Tammy was like, so he died for broken plow as some other stuff that you gave to the damn saviors. Is that what you're telling me. And MAGS, like the stuff in that room was very important. She's like a damn about that room my son day and their husband was like, no, Tammy, chill out. And Tammy was standing up over Megan. She was like, you'll think I'm gonna hit that little girl and I say, damn, that's the black white is thing I've ever heard in my life. She thought about Maggie like she wasn't the president and like she wasn't right there in the room like that little girl and to like, fuck that Solent the Joe son vice you staying in look at me like right, look at what kind of man are you? And then he got all of his feelings about not a man at all. Like on ran off like Radim Friday when he got nNcholas took no my grandma chain like ran out swinging the shit, right. I was like early crown car. I didn't mean it. Oh, come on Earl in the magazine, I can arrange a funeral for your son, and then she was like a, you know, I should've voted for grey. Okay. This is the problem with this shit. Like Gregory might have been a scoundrel, but he's not a food. He would never let to save his have anything hilltop. My son didn't even die. Trying to help you top. He died, his shit going to the saviors and then. She is. I, I don't want to my funeral at the funeral. You not my friend I might have voted for you, but you not my friend so stay. Oh ass over there. I said she was like, I'm girl. I guess I will her like, I'm not our her. Okay. Like I just voted for the lesser two evils. So then they had a funeral and apparently the handsome savior Ouden can sang. So he was up in their seeing some shit. I don't even know what the song was positive..

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"brett butler" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"brett butler" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"And he's like no kind of mad at all. I will. I will not take out my vengeance. My mercy is greater than my wrath. Or for, or. Yeah, let's last time we're going to see that guy. So it doesn't matter. It's the Earl. I'm sure we're never seen that guy again. I don't know. I think that we could see them for for a bit here. Just what else are they going to do? What else do they have to do and kills their rails. Yeah, so they're around. They're going to be like, they're going to be background characters. We might see him in a crowd scene, but how will we know it's really them and not like some extra, they dressed up like Brett Butler. So just where do you think that this is going for Maggie here in season nineteenth, Maggie is going to end up coming around to what Rick is seeing, or do you think that Rick will come around to what Maggie is saying? Well, I think there is some conflict there that is going to be interesting to explore, and I think they kind of have to meet in the middle. I think we're going to go toward this like Geneva Convention style thing that miss shown is planning and is coming. She says, it's not a constitution, rob, what is it? It's a charter declaration of independence. It's more like a magnet Carta. Okay. Is the map to Alexandria on the back of it? I thought Morgan had that. I thought we had a whole conversation about that already. Boy Morgan is going to be really pumped up when he gets. Now, if you guys are not following a few of the Walking Dead, there was a time jump on that show to get more gins at the time line caught up to the Walking Dead. But now we skip the head a year and a half. So does that tell us that it will take years for Morgan to ultimately catch up with everybody on fear, the walking them, it looks to me like be walking down. I should say, well, it looks to me like Morgan is. Asmir into the wild. He's out there in the world, helping people. I mean, it took him a fair amount of time to get down to fear the Walking Dead, and he was walking and driving getting there all sorts of ways. But you're was something I wondered they spend a lot of time talking about a big storm that wiped out all the bridges is that the same big storm that hit Texas boy. It seems like that this happened recently and in the fear of the Walking Dead time line that I don't think that we are sinked up where there could have been one storm that went up through the Texas area and then wiped out of the bridge in the same timeframe. Okay. I wasn't sure I didn't know if we were meant to make that connection or not, but I don't think I don't think so. Let us know in the comments, let us know and Twitter, if you think I'm is reading that, but I think that the times are not in sync. Okay for that. And it seemed like the bridges went out recently and that they are starting to work on everything going on there. Let's talk a little bit about the sanctuary and what is going on there. Daryl has been running the sanctuary for all this time dress. This bothers me a little bit for reasons we can get into in the comic book zone, but. It's does not seem like a natural fit for Darryl to be the leader of anything, and he acknowledges this himself. He says, this isn't what I wanted to do. I really hate this job. I wish someone else would step up and take care of it. So I don't understand. I feel like there are people on the savers that could've handled this themselves. Yeah, it does seem like that they built up a some form of institutions and these institutions are indicate. Yeah. Yeah. It does seem like you need a really strong leader at the sanctuary. You need someone with Negus Megan's charisma. They're all, arguably does not have that. Do we need some sort of leader who is in charge of all the territories like, do we need some sort of a president of the United States of the Baltimore area? I don't think we need a president, but I think it is smart shown has the right idea here..

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"brett butler" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

05:07 min | 3 years ago

"brett butler" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Mostly, I, I remember trying desperately to, you know, the tread water and and and and do whatever took to make that person, whoever that person might be. Happy with the process is a again, I I needed to stay indoors. I needed to work. There was there were it was this was wasn't a a lighthearted exercise, working television? Yeah, it was, you know, it was life and death for for raising children. So you had to find some balance. I assume between still finding way to satisfy yourself. And cater to the star. Sure because I don't think that's it. Just, you know, it's just common sense. It's their show. Sure. Even if you created, it's their show, you know, that's the nature of it and into to think otherwise would be. It's insane to think otherwise. Wise, that's a a wise way of looking at things. I don't think I don't think I would look back and say, I was wise I, it was pretty clear. You know, I wasn't being asked to go on on sit next Jay Leno and talk to him. I know I, I wasn't. I didn't have a megaphone. You know to to to to the media, I, we were anonymous. Yourself some credit. Anonymity was was preferred. It was. It was just the nature things writing and television wasn't anonymous gig. You know, until it wasn't. And then I and I don't necessarily know that that's, you know, that's a step forward, but at a certain point and imagery went away. When did this shift happened for you? Charlie sheen. I went from just guy right in television shows and happy to do. So you know to where I was suddenly topic of conversation so and okay, that happened. You already survived Roseanne. Can Brett Butler and some other people, you know, who are difficult or, you know. Problematic. Maybe the word is. I mean. Oh, what was I forget the name? A great writer. Wrote a book, creative differences was the name of the book and he had a great line at, she's a think who's with Rhoda maybe I'm trying to remember what what? What? What start he was writing for. I love to take credit for this, but boy, it wasn't my. He said, we had creative differences. She thought she was creative. I thought differently. You know, and if you stick your head but but you know, but if you put your fists up and try and make a make that a point of contention, you gonna lose. You're gonna lose. It's just it's a no one situation. Yeah, there's not a TV executive or a network executive anywhere in this business. Certainly not in the years I've been around who picks the writer over the star over over the story or the joke. They're not. They're not first of all, they're not viscerally connected to the material where if you sit in a room for ten fifteen hours a day writing, you become viscerally connected to the material and you you're in and you're gonna wanna defend it. As any writer does with their work. It's just it's built into writing that you then defend the work because you bled for some extent and up, but to do so. Is. Long history of of writers being shot out of a cannon because they were they were, you know, because they quite naturally became a motion Lee connected to what they did because they cared about what they because they weren't writing as an exercise in an economics. They were writing because they believe in what they're writing. Yeah. Fred Allen used to say, where were you when the page was black? Yeah, that's yeah, absolutely. As a horrific horrific thing to stare at a blank page and know that there's one hundred fifty people waiting for to be filled with words and and and and you want them to be good. I mean, I. I always television as you kidding me. You're going to give me an opportunity to speak to millions of people. How could you not want us every second of that time as best you can. I mean, that's what, what an opportunity, especially somebody came up in music wanting to communicate through music. Here's another means to communicate and it'd be shamed wasted. Yeah, I don't care if this commercials and I don't care if there's censorship, and if it's constrained, if it's twenty one minutes or doesn't matter, it's still a great opportunity and you would wanna blow a second of it so..

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"brett butler" Discussed on The Hoop Collective

The Hoop Collective

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"brett butler" Discussed on The Hoop Collective

"He outmaneuvered the bronx so now what is the brown in what i hear you suggesting of somehow liberals decisions very much informed by durant path chilly come sit down to take a microphone take the microphone shelley to come over here you know you've never used a microphone before ramona shelburne shelley smith have joined us ramona you made announcement is that public yeah go ahead what's your nouncement that you made last week i've got a little i've got a little shortstop in the oven here got a little baby boy on the way in september he's going to be a shortstop where you decide maybe centerfield outfielder ramona outfielder but i was a shortstop i the you know he's definitely not gonna be tall because he's gonna be right handed very few lefthanded left hand very few left so that you can't say that husband's left handed well slow my dad's left handed first baseman espn leg baseman aren't left lefty reliever lifting now those are sought after definitely gonna make a mismatch hitter now should always smith espn legend just wanna make sure that in now would you will you want him to be a is it him okay just wanted to make sure i didn't are you looking for like a slap average hit forever at you want like power hitting i was more of a hit forever like double gap hitter like gap i mean like you know some power we're talking brett butler here.

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"brett butler" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"brett butler" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Brett butler for example back in the day with the dodgers he'd still fifty and get thrown out twenty five times brett butler today would not be told us steel base most teams have a guy that can can steal it in eighty percent clippers that just by no and i think that what's happened is in an overall across the board in baseball stolen bases are down almost twenty percent in the last decade teams they're they're feeling is you know what let's just bypass the risk which is also why you are not seeing as many hid runs that's down fifteen percent in the last decade pitch outs or down dramatically eighty percent because no one wants to give away the extra pitch in a sequence in sacrifice bunce teams don't wanna give away outs anymore those are down by fifty percent less decades natural that's all pure analytics it's period at the mostly analytics i think some of it has to do with the velocity that i was talking about with baseball and i had a manager shea to me i asked him just to sort of open ended question hey how you doing i'm fine i don't really have anything to do i change the hit a home run that's true it's turned into that yeah let me let me get a thought from you on and you know you i cover the dodgers in in a in a sort of granular way cody bellinger who has scuffled his chase rate is up yeah i've even heard people say maybe maybe he should go back to triple a and see if he can tune things up what's going on with him and what should the dodgers do well first off the the most important thing is what's his level of competence what's the process that he has through the years i've covered so many teams in players where they you know young guys struggling and if they feel like the confidence is affected and they're beginning to sort of get out outside of themselves then yeah he probably should be going down the minor leagues and you give them a time to hit five hundred against minor league pitching come back up and rebuild this confidence from a practical standpoint and you guys watching play every day they're killing him with.

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"brett butler" Discussed on Keep It!

Keep It!

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"brett butler" Discussed on Keep It!

"Real people look like and it's like well that's a mysteriously white representation of reality yes particularly because abc has called this they're quote unquote heartland strategy and bencher with the president of disney and av sees tv group in an interview said that the whole team looked at each other after trump won and said there's a lot about this country we need to learn more about here on the coasts and then apparently they began asking themselves which audiences they weren't serving well and they decided to go you know for their heartland strategy which means they looked around when trump one and we're like oh we need to appeal to white people more but it's also say it also more people voted for hillary clinton just like numbers wise more people in this country voted for hillary clinton so one is continued idea that you have to like he's the president this is you ever unwanted is just not true true and then the other side of it is the fact that there are so many shows about like working glass white people aren't like kevin james has been on television for like fifty years playing the same person like there are so many sitcoms that appealed to this demographic that have been on the air forever and so the idea that like the heartland doesn't have its content like cbs doesn't exist i fear what this means for a relationship with jeff foxworthy which i feel will intensify and those fears but i'm excited for what it means about a relationship with brett butler.

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"brett butler" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

Scriptnotes Podcast

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"brett butler" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

"Versions of saudi but it's not your in this way than not to pay anybody but we all get it we all get the joke you know yeah and because they're living in a world of parity sort heightened thing right it's much easier for them to play their correct but like fake schumacher for wonder would have been really yet we are now that would have that would if not picked you back in general strike who can even telstra balk at that point i know that it's too rug bear as erika baron there aren't out it's time for a wonderful things by one cool thing is the us has callister episode a black mira for the news is in black mirror interim detroit broker and william bridges i thought it was terrific and i'll take brett butler is a great series way but what i really liked about this episode and at why tickets to useful for matters to take a look at it is it does variously things with our assumptions about who is retiring institute who is the delin characters who think like i was at a love interest or is that it you know a principal character they are characters quite early on you're like well that's going to be the you know the bad guy of of this in a one hour of entertainment and you are surprised by sort of how stuff plays out so i i just thought it was a really terrific episode but also a really great exercise in understanding audience expectations manipulating them and also sorta trusting that they'll go with you and that you can have um characters juice from release surprising things out if you've set the groundwork every world really well now it's the i think that's part of the freedom of the format of television there's an understanding like you can pause you can get up you can walk running come back so we've all lowered the the stakes of all my god this must be awesome every second and i must be comfortable every second year we're movies are more and more designed to have like you know the way i'm like big potato chip companies obsessing over mouth fields to hire you know like movies are now designed to just like uh no objections ever television canada's and care if you there are not which are.

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"brett butler" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

02:35 min | 4 years ago

"brett butler" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"Very easy to confuse they sound very similar he's hoping that one of you has a killer lake ballet bellia then one of us does okay i can try i don't think it's killer but i try and she's a good step on the uh mike from the on the brett butler continuum because she have kind of a deep voice semeck amendments while noga out ability to america yes how to make it in america judd igf 1 on comedy baiming they do a lot of us got it all right okay so cabot kent no i'm sorry kevin is i'm paying attention he's doing the pictures at so you you know don't don't reset of you have to i guess okay failing chef gavin here jet he junior producers listening to a podcast off yes okay in that is about oh look good has come in a party add that welco did grace is here oh yes thanks for having the okay hill not vote the youth graces and just a you bratt oh legs in all eu brad la la apple i bell i the orange juice or the egg doug is i'm sorry turnoff who said hubbard harbor i did brett that is exactly the opposite of what we try to do with this party this party is the place where lake bell can come and not worry about being ogle jangled yeah bed she is a person and not like someone for you to do google lies at it's just a party of lake bell debra messing brett by well dealt four hour we're doing i just wanted to know if kevin was picking up on that i was picking up on it i walk me through what happened share through brand new going like ballard just the podcast general stott don't include that part will start yeah but his norway what order with your general impression of the podcast i think as a whole very up be the jingle bells made me feel like it was definitely a holiday episode and i like the energy coming into it seemed like a gathering of sorts so i've made me feel at home for the holidays okay but plot wise oh plot wise yeah um we're like nine seconds at it this episode year taking as your stopping the yet well i really we've we had this we could continue if yeah this guy here.

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"brett butler" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"brett butler" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"Home he's from way back who am boys with close this shit where he cotton had do some stuff we done with each other man who irena at all oh you know they him i don't wanna say it on the fi gaz 'cause i want the statute of limitations is up on some of this shit man but bug in my boy got into the got him to hole third seed his body transformed and hughes goodlooking guy even carrying the spare tyre you got to move on this testimony okay what is good to the and and the amount one of my boys was hayes mm hmm so a couple of people we should brett butler should be here that's that's a good first one for you guys in today's bob allaire the actress the actress as i said we are this is nearly me women on the show but brett butler deep huskyvoiced sound like a man in so good first one for you guys to do a kick that to a mere 'cause i don't actually i don't think know she is she was grason grace under fee ashtrays under area fire what she was grace under fire yeah oh i was yeah i was thinking of debra messing you can be hair seems like hugh kinda wanna be debra messing i i could do debra messing you obviously can cause you brought it up at a know where it seemed like okay so bad that of nowhere as that can actually be that's a good idea for the bit actually okc your debra messing in year uh and bread your breitbart ler yes rat to grow as i can see you i got scared how is it the together that's why i don't blow at that's.

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"brett butler" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"brett butler" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"Yeah oh boy i love that you do i did because nightly right london has fallen and even though the reason i did was because sometimes we think microsoft is taking the high road on codenames and reno like constellations or nation states or whatever and then it turns out ono we are using this movie are wild boost on action movie she ever yeah it's in the movie who was the protocol that would launch an atomic whoa i concur or help unleash a nationwide nuclear meltdown actually eighths well then young that does seem like such a good idea but i guess it was to keep per if it was done in the name of safety it was yeah it says it has three different access codes president segregated fence the chairman of joint chiefs of staff it was needed in that were ill you know it was to do to prevent an icbm from being accidentally launched okay well that was kind of writers manning we know what that has some modern day applicable adi really oh the into politics could be just as much that the screenwriter's were thinking about the guard dog of hell admirers of was thinking about the cart doug of el mav be measures of settlers sanggau ledo other words the real origin here is probably the greek myth right that's right brett butler if it could be that movie that would be amazing i have even more thing right even more amazing a fine beer for a winter is nights yes i will give you one please this beer is called collaboration number seven that's the name of the beer it's from boulevard brewing in missouri and the reason this pierre is really interesting is first it's a collaboration from 3 really famous craft breweries arizona wilderness is one of them creature comforts and boulevard brewing they'll worked on this and it's a.

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