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"brian doyle" Discussed on We Say Things - an esports and Dota podcast with SUNSfan & syndereN
"Wig on these episodes and he wears it real. Everyone knows these balls. This, this was like years after. Seinfeld was already over. Everybody knows he's doing. So. I didn't understand why he decided they. Were going to have hair again. That's. But that was all right last thing. WHO's the cuddly nicest guy you met in Hollywood? As the cats are about to fight behind you, it looks like. Looks like monkey wins. There's actually a lot of nicest cuddly guy. Probably. It's a tie between Brian Doyle Murray which is Bill Murray's brother and Robert England the guy who plays Freddy Kruger. I know who that is maybe seen that movie once when I was like. L. Street. I I remember him. Yes they are. Which means we should probably end this episode because they are hog ary hungry cats today Sinderen. Anyway to wrap up the episode Cinder, and have you seen in Bruges? Nikki have you seen in Bruges? Did you like it good Nikki. Yes, come Gimme high fi or watching in Bruce. Come, that's right. You are an anonymous Gimme high five right now. We're not an episode to come I. See wearing a wireless headset zero excuse. Me God. There's not much opportunity to give high five in person on podcast syndrome. And she's really bad at giving high fives to. See this. Okay? Look at the elbow. You need to look at the elbow then. If I didn't say anything. She would have missed my hand entirely hundred percent. Okay so anyway. Thanks for watching guys until next again for Nikki Nikki for coming on Saturday and I should call you. You can follow her at sagging which it's spelled like it is on the screen You're listening. It's S., H. J. E., d. e. n. e. until next time, guys. Suns Fan Cinder and Sacha Dean signing out goodbye. I? We thank. Thankful..
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"We've been sending out this podcast recommendation newsletter for three years now throughout that time we've sent out one hundred fifty six emails one every Sunday Day and we recommended more than seven hundred. Eighty individual podcast episodes. Here are the episodes from within the newsletter that were the most popular among our subscribers measuring this by the links that were clicked. Most here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by me. Monday's episode comes from the Knowledge Project. Worked with Shane Parrish and is called Navarro. Ravi Kant the angel philosopher. It's one hundred twenty minutes long. This episode initially came from our how to improve ourselves list list curated by Jonathan Santiago in this episode Navarro Ravi Kant is the CEO and Co founder of Angel Est.. He's invested in more than one hundred companies including Uber Twitter. Yarmur and many others Tuesday's episode comes from you're wrong about and it's called. Yoko Ono broke up the Beatles. It's forty seven minutes long. This episode initially came from our explore the human psyche theme curated by Kevin Allison in this episode. Mike Tell Sarah about how the myth of meddling wives serves to exonerate. Terrible husbands digression include fifty shades of Grey Marie Antoinette and the end of the nineteen sixties this episode. We're sorry to say contains descriptions of domestic abuse. Wednesday's episode comes from the quote of the day show and is called Brian Doyle. People don't know we appreciate. She ate them unless we show it. It's ten minutes long. This episode initially came from our cultivate and attitude of gratitude. Week curated by Stephen Miller in this episode owed Brian. Doyle makes his debut for Thanksgiving episode. Brian reminds us that we don't need a special day to express our gratitude for the people and things we're thankful for and how important it it is to let the people around us know that we appreciate them Thursday's episode comes from just the beginning and it's called science fiction gets real. It's thirty two minutes. It's long this episode initially came from our object as subject newsletter. curated by Lindsey kilbride in this episode meet creators making work that explores the gap gap between science fiction and reality. Friday's episode comes from love me and is called falling. It's seventeen minutes long. This episode so initially appeared in our happy crying newsletter. curated by Taylor Zabloski in this episode after a whirlwind romance. Brian and Vanessa get married and moved to Kinshasa asa everything is going. Well until she shows up. It's a love triangle between the most unlikely trio plus a mother wrestles with feelings of resentment towards her newborn baby. Maybe those are the podcast recommendations chosen by me for this week's theme. Your favorite ear buds
Bill Murray stars in 'Groundhog Day'-inspired Super Bowl commercial
"That will here's you know they do this thing called ad meter and so think something that advertising agencies use to rate the effectiveness of their commercial some people read respond to the commercials they have their top commercials that are out today and then the commercial the people responded to most positively last night was the Bill Murray commercial to Bill Murray cheap groundhog day commercial there was only shot last week up in Woodstock with bill you never pricing is our role from the movie they brought back get bills brother Brian Doyle Murray I was part of the spot the guy that played in and my a Ryerson it was back in the I corps Phil and Steve doll by the way did he the the voice the the on the radio the DJ on the radio on the radio clicks on is Chicago's and Steve doll you know what I didn't catch that I missed that done many emails about it yesterday nice down any minute ago so it goes fever yeah that's that's kind of
"brian doyle" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I was it was, I think January of seventy nine. To the world. So he was Seventy-seven. What year did he replace Randolph seventy eight world? Is there a couple months in the off season? It was January was that the Bucky dent year. It was that the, the Bucky debt you. Okay. Well, all right. Didn't didn't know about that. Course. Cap knows. Brian Doyle, a successful six degrees there. It is. Maybe go. Now, there's some breaking entertainment news, waiting, by the way, for the Craig kimbrel press conference as soon as that commences at Wrigley field up. We'll bring that to you live on ESPN one thousand but breaking news of the entertainment world, guys. Ladies if you're listening, good news, Bradley Cooper is single. He and Irene ah. I don't know how to pronounce your last name Rina. Fake. Oh, shake. Okay. They called it quits today. Lady Gaga eagerly waits by the phone for the call. But ladies if you're out there Bradley single now for more info, the break-up. Did Bradley ask you come born again? What do you have for us? Degrees. The separation, Bradley Cooper, six degrees to Bradley Cooper, you're the winner today. Yeah. No, I don't. But Bradley Cooper does not drink alcohol. He doesn't do drugs. He lives in exceptionally wholesome spiritual life. And he said, when he's not acting he likes to be home. They have a child together a baby. He said, I like to be home. I'm in touch with my spirituality, I like meditate and just have quiet. Take walks arena likes to be glam as the supermodel. She is likes to go out to clubs likes to go out to parties likes to be on red carpets and have a few cocktails, and Bradley, I ain't gonna fly so they had different goals and priorities on their life plan. And so that is why they are breaking up. How do you know this? I've got sources.
"brian doyle" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"You know, they brought back even I don't even know half the characters are in there in the second one. On the other hand things like that tracked me because I'm in a baroque kind of way, you know, what I mean? I want you wanna find out. Why it how it got so bad? Yeah. Actually now, I'm sort of a tracked into it myself. Maybe I'll check it. Brian Doyle Murray features more prominently in that one Bryant Bryant he was a big SNL cash member for quite a while. It wasn't bad compared to the people know. But anyway. I got a bunch of before I give you the rain songs 'cause you just explain quickly for me. And for the people. We'll look at fuse about Facebook live. Can you only watch that while you're actually on Facebook live, or is it like a podcast where you can pick it up later. Well, what I do is. I it goes live and then share and if I share it kinda stays on the page. All right. So how do you know when you're on their lives? Signed up for something. Or is there a way to get? No, it's right there. You know, what you gotta look it up on the computer and have them walk you through it to toil. It'd be too complicated for me. But the in the upper in one of the screens, the main screen, I guess, there's a little an upper left is a red arrow with which is it. But you should just look up. Look it up online Google it as they say because I want you to I still things live in. They send me, you know, put up a notification that so read show is one guy going to be live music people. Or? If you follow me, you will get a notification when I'm live. All right. Well. Double check. I will follow him wherever he may go a little much. I do I remember. Just want to give you a guy on YouTube. I think you'd really like, okay. Name is. The A T T O, Rick beatiful. Okay. Check them out. No. But he's so informative. So knowledgeable about recording and music and bands and plays a wonderful Pierre. He's just is a musician's musician. But he says things really, you know, easy to understand way. Rick beato. Okay. Got to all right. And I have a bunch of rain. So I don't know how many of these skinny three. Okay. 'cause I got about ten, but all right. The rain in Spain stays mainly on the plains song. That was my question is the title or is the title of different title. But that right there some people say to practice their diction, but maybe it's too. What else? Yep. In a might as well rain until September. Eleventh Carole king, buddy. Holly renting him a hawk good men. Thanks. Appreciate it. I have well Priscilla may need more time. We could just hold her over. Hello priscilla. Hi, how you doing? Julia show at Sabio is what I'm calling about in the seventies. I.
"brian doyle" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell
"I got a really keep track. Would now did you do other things while you're watching reference as the kind of movie that that rivets you to your seat the paper? Starring Michael Keaton, and Glenn Close wasn't that Tom Hanks movie that just came out called the paper the post. That's what I meant wasn't fucking riveting either. I just meant like it's not a newsroom drama, you're dealing with. You you get up you walk over to the window. Go get a drink of water. Right. You know? Not a terrible Phil I believe he does explode because he keeps going get it out. I me sure that I think is stomach exposure. I watched a film that I saw opening night in theaters one of two movies. I can recall where opening night me, and my buddy ban where the only two people in the theater one was the now beloved cult classic office space. The other is the very little beloved by very small Colt cabin. Boy, I love Kevin boy when I saw it in the theater, I love the cheesy sets and affects. And I thought there was a lot of big laughs to be had when I was a kid. I love the cupcake flying up and spitting tobacco. Adam and stuff. I was just you know, I didn't even smoke weed at this point. I would just I thought all that stuff was funny as an adult I find that less funny. I find Chris Elliott about equally funny and annoying equal measure, but sometimes the so annoying. He's funny. And what I found particularly great this time out where the four performances of. Seyhan on the boat. Okay. Brian Doyle Murray, just these old gruff dudes. We're an odd like comedy team. They crack me up Brian Amorin. Chris Elliott because Brian Murray was also on get a life. That's correct. Yes. I I love I love colder. Chris Elliott stuff is newer stuff. There's something eagle heart. It's like to what it is. It's to adult swim, swimming or something, I don't know. But I like that older Chris L stuff..
"brian doyle" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Where also brought to you by do threat. That's Ryan's podcast. There's been negotiations about does this go through football season. Do keep this going. Every week. Oh, yeah. And they didn't a month from now you're coming over to the BS podcast right after the Super Bowl ends. We're doing NBA every Sunday night or Monday. We haven't decided yet. What's your Sunday night schedule? I can do it. I don't I don't hate that. I do comedy clubs Hermosa. The Jay Leno comedy club like scene is set. Yeah. You know, I get a five minute thing on lost. No. I'll give you some of that. Now, if you want thing later, no stand up. Yeah. I think it'd be good place test that material. So put that here and the best part check out do threat. Check out of our awesome podcast. The end of villains was shaved Serano. It is wrapping up season. One very successful. The rewatch Ables is coming back on Tuesday. Ryan. Gonna get you on one fear. I don't wanna do unless it's fear. You do the fair. That's giving money today. I'm going to be dressed. What do you mean seasoning? That's a staple season. It we're doing the godfather it's going up Tuesday. Most important, we watch was pack time. It's just the first one or two about saving for the end of the year book end it what about you to buy moving moving van remember moving violations. Now Bill Murray's brother was in member. His brother who played his brother and Scrooge, this is real brother not Brian Doyle Murray, but the other there's a third Murray. Yeah, he was in this movie called moving violations. So I thought you when no one wanted to do flat. And then you're just like you tweet it out the eighties or dead. It was super depressing because flushes perfect such as about timing. They hurt my feelings. And now I started thinking about all the eighties movies that used to wait and be like member when rental places, I don't know how it took so long for places that rented movies to be like, hey, nobody great idea by a second. Fuck and copy, right? We all just Shoghi you like four. Yeah. Like his action Jackson, dammit. Seven days. What's the wait list? And then and then what companies.
"brian doyle" Discussed on Black Girl Nerds
"I would think they were associated past because there's something about those actors that kind of they bring a kind of medicine quality into every role that they are even when they're funny gentle or during the comedy. It's like they're still something about, you know, certain actors in a role that that would be this nuance that just wouldn't be able to pull off the depths of it. You know, and so and it's and it's weird because like all the Franks behavior in any other case, I would consider him sociopath. I mean is I wouldn't I almost wouldn't even I wouldn't even classify him necessarily even as a narcissist because. That's not his personnel. He wasn't born like that. He he is who he is. Because he was kind of broken as a kid, and he never got those pieces fixed. So and you know, bilberries performances, so it's so beautiful. You know, you really just you can see it all in his face in his eyes. And there's something so moving about I have to say like men in particular who able to kind of go to those depths in a role on especially when it's like supposed to be funny, but it's so much more than just funny. I just don't on the about his relationship with his brother because you know, his brother loves them and gives them this really beautiful president and their child not done together as kids, but you don't really see him having much relate. You don't see Frank reaching out to his brother, and I wonder if that is because his brother embodied something that Frank doesn't have. Have you know, his brother has a wife, you know, they have usual friends, and it just seems like his brother has love in his life and Frank heeds completely. Void of that. Maybe the reason why he doesn't have that relationship or refuses to initiate any kind of relationship with his brothers because she doesn't want to see what he doesn't have. And he fills, you know, maybe some shame around that. So that that's something that just dawned on me as we're talking about his character development. We maze writers they knew there. They did a really good with us. Yeah. Yeah. Oh, that's such a good point. I really didn't think about that. Because I see the brother as being somehow more forgiving, and but also his brother seems more sensitive emotional. So I feel like his brother would be more in touch with the pain from the past. Obviously like, you said has the partner and the friends to also give him support. Whereas like Frank just took the other road, you know, the other road where like, I don't need anybody. Just need money. And if I have the most money, I can have like that's all that I need. And you know, I've got a million friends in the Bank like back kind of attitude. You know, but I really I didn't think about that about his brother when I watched it again, I'm gonna I'm gonna keep that in mind. I love the brother though, he's so sweet, oh my. Like his brother in real life. I love the fact that it was like a family of bear. Because Brian Doyle Murray. Bill murray's. That's Bill Murray's older, brother. He plays his father in the movie. And then I don't know what his brother's name is in real life. But he plays his brother, and they they look just light. So yeah. Yeah. So it was a bit of a family affair, which is. Wow. That's done Murray John Murray. So that's I think that's his his younger brother and Brian Doyle Murray, which always years assumed was his father and relied. Because..
"brian doyle" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"The grinches dog? Mr. MAC, and I know you don't like all the remakes. But I do I would say the remake of the grant the cartoon version with Benedict Cumberbatch is actually really well done. It's a little bit different. It's more just kind of funny than dark. Did you like the one with Jim Carey? To spastic for me. Yeah. It's like watching the mask part too much. He's a he's a known over actor, right? Yes. All right. What does ralphie? This is my favorite Christmas. It's actually my top ten movies of all time. I just love it. What toy does ralphie ask Santa for a Christmas story shoot out kid, a red Ryder BB gun scene? Of course, the memes of. Him all grown up now. And it was like here. I am X amount of years later didn't shoot my. Guy. Very good looking and he makes a cameo in the movie elf. Yeah. That's right. One of the else at the mall or something like that. And he's a writer producer anyway. True or false Bill Murray has a role in the movie Christmas vacation that's false. His brother does Brian Doyle Murray his brother plays Clark's, boss. Yeah. Yeah. He's also in kaddish his brother Brian plays in a lot of movies that Bill does play. Okay. Brings his family along with him. Kevin James does the same thing. You're right. Very cool. I couldn't I couldn't remember, I know Christmas vacation. Well, but I thought he might have been in there. I just can't remember. But yeah, I know king a king of queens. Kevin James had his brother LeBron James. Very nice. They look nothing alike. But hey, we look nothing. That's true. Another sister. And we do look similar right now. All right. But yeah, here's from Christmas vacation. Wouldn't.
"brian doyle" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast
"I don't know. It's like supposed to not like that. They're shooting it in a studio now instead of his basements, like let's good production values. Right. Yeah. Yeah. It's like once you like know anything about how TV works. It's like, oh that actually makes more sense. It's supposed to be like they're selling out or whatever. But it's you know, I don't know they do something that they have to advertise a video game. Yeah. That's that's. No knows arcade. Yeah. Was because the it's I think the owner of the arcade comes on. And they have to interview him and talk to him about his arcade. And that's a that's a pretty ordinary advertisement. Yeah. Yeah. It's not that bad and our kids probably really fun. And and Wayne goes in like, you know, reds a bunch of things on the backs of all the car this is so clearly a conversation between people in their thirties. Completely flipped. If I was twenty if I was still twenty three I might mildly side more with Wayne. But now, I'm just old and tired and like paying my rent. When I was a kid. I do think I felt bad for Noah. And then seeing because. Yeah, you sound like a nice guy. Yeah. It's Brian Doyle Murray. I think plays them. And it's like they don't say that like he's done. Nothing wrong except own a business. Like, we ain't got doesn't like him because he's successful. And it's like, you know, I don't think I don't recall him doing anything that made him be like a dick or anything before. When did that this product is arcade games? Yeah. That rules that should have ended. Really? They should have made it something else. It should have been something less likable like, yeah. Yeah. Also, some tax preparer and him moment that turns Cassandra on Rob Lowe is when she can't tell his hand from a snake is that lay which is supposed to be like this crane metaphorical moment. But just like it's such a weird like not even get that. Get that. It was because he was he's like a snake? Read deeper levels. Like, it's like a prop live snake? Rob lowe's. Like, don't worry you'll be better here. And she's like what your hand feels like a snake? I gotta get outta here. That's that's a big moment. I don't know. Yeah. It seems like I think she made him us. I mean, obviously, they throw it away in the end by having sort of met a deconstructed ending where nothing mess. Yes. In the long term. She probably would have been better off with the nice hot rich man who cared about her career. More more than Wayne Wenli, if nothing else the movie could be like she did the right thing choosing Wayne because he is a nicer guy. Also this other guys like fine now like everything he did it makes sense like a huge problem the ending ending like the last one where everything goes perfect doesn't. He like have like it turns out he wears a toupee or something like that. He gets his hair. Yeah land, and how dare someone be? All right. He had he had both the evil hares bald and slicked all the way right unacceptable..
"brian doyle" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Good, so, first of all okay I understand. How you got? Into the opposite how did you you don't seem. Like the Bill Murray golf person give us a story here. Because. This doesn't make any, sense Well I did work at Oakley before I start sunglasses If you're living in Oakland like Alabama you probably have a t shirt with the arms cut off a pickup truck and. A. Pair. Of, Oakley blades from nineteen Eighty-three Saint Oakley same okay Yeah so, I definitely have a passion for sporting apparel and performance apparel so for me it made a lot of sense okay so and. Then and, then. Brandon You were you golfer your, entire golfer since I was about twelve or thirteen years old okay but this is this is. Not, this has nothing to do with this brand because this brand albeit. A golf brand, comes from a really cool website. That. Many of us are familiar with I should say many of us in this billion familiar with called the. Chives and no it's not the. Onion the five is, something different but it's similar Brennan takeaway tell us about. That business and how you, guys met so I would say I came to the about close to five years ago. To run their experts or marketing for? Their offline events we were producing a music festival. It. Was called vests and during that. Time and has the business was growing the things that were, happening I admit Kerry and Kerry and I head uncovered this business while incubating under the jive What were you doing, your branding person there is that what you're marketing operations operations so basically she's your boss Essentially Oh. Okay so you're working at the same, place the, chives Jerry bring, up bring up the website so are are at least are told CNN radio audience dot. Com but it's tongue in cheek satirical Photos and videos type website which we have used here. One hundred times on the program Have stolen most of it. Without giving, an attribution but this is so you guys, are in this sort of. This I mean we've used this before you've. Seen this before but the bottom line is so you're in this. Sort of fun environment how did this thing come out. This William Murray golf dot com Yeah so the child already how to deal with Bill Murray, for t shirts and they had done one. T shirt with the William Murray logo on it for, charity and it did. Really well, and and I was just going to be that was, just going to, be at for William Murray golf tee shirt if you look at the logo Jared director and, executive producer bring up the logo of William Murray golf I think it's got to be on the website there but that was this the one it was the, one, logo, and. It said William Murray and that's correct, and not that it was a t. shirt and it sold out very quickly for the chives, and that was right around when I came on board and kind. Of having, a sporting apparel background and knowing that Bill, Murray and his family were. Were true golfers golf Brandon I got together. And we were like why don't we turn this into a brand Okay For left there for our radio audience is go to William Murray golf dot. Com for a TV. Ads you can see that Bill Murray Huggins club in the Caddyshack caddy a. Uniform Yeah From the Pebble Beach Pro-Am when they won the, tournament there was a reason you guys thought though that this would be a good idea because how many of those t shirts did you sell and how quickly did you sell the? Seizures Two thousand shirts in two days now in the t. shirt business I don't know that seems like a lot to me is that a lot of t-shirts in today So now you, realize at that, point it wasn't just this this logo story and the iconic logo it was the. Guy's? Name right. I mean because, people know him as Bill Murray. But William Murray and then the, caddy all of. A sudden created this sort of unique brand story right of course so for us You know using William instead, of Bill is, unexpected and we're all about having some of those unexpected elements in the brand's Brennan, what? You saw. Because you're good I noticed respected ten this is a religion to us, is three stooges jackass. Caddyshack animal house right oh, yeah like the? Four food groups or men right so and. You can't, really modify anything there without wrecking it but you guys did so when you saw this I mean. What I, thought my eyebrows didn't raise a, bit I mean you've seen kind of. The the wanna. Be a, sidecar tag along that do some of, these things, and again, those are really the four things three, stooges animal house Caddyshack Jack ass this was right I mean it didn't your eyebrows raise it all you know I think it ties in very true and I think the one thing about the brand. Is how, authentic it is paying tribute to, a lot of what Bill has done. His career as. Well as, to his family but the thing that, was nice Because you look at the if you. Look at the logo everybody can relate to what that feels like when you play golf there on and off the golf course everybody gets frustrated on a good faith they want. To throw the golf club everybody That's right right bars open exactly right we're having, a good time especially you get that. Whole in one then you own the. Bar Right so so here is so there is the, Genesis of William Murray so okay before we get to all the cool stuff online which we're gonna get to in the. Next, segment take a few minutes and talk about who was the one. That decided to approach Bill Murray because I have heard boosted frankly we have interviewed him one time in the last twenty two years and we've interviewed literally every captain. Of industry and every slobbery on this, program to get to that guy's. Impossible to get a movie script in front of that guy you gotta, go, through his attorney gatekeeper and it's it's really complicated process I can only imagine what it was? Like to get him? And say, hey we got. This, crazy. Idea who was the first, phone call or was it a text. Message how did that happen It was kinda by chance but we were at the, Murray, brothers do a Caddyshack tournament every year and Saint Augustine and so we were there in kind? Of hoping zero Austin And so we were there kinda hoping that we get. A chance to pitch the concepts and I met Joel Murray Is one of his brothers yes but the youngest. Of the nine nine brothers Nine, people fail Brian Doyle Murray as an, actor and writer I didn't realize I was, so there's. Other there's others are they all part of the Bill Murray industry in some? Way or another they're six brothers and all six brothers are part. Of this company so what did, you say we? How did you so I met him on. The golf course he was hitting on RT and you were hitting on Joel What are you wearing Bill Murray t-shirt how did you approach? A,.
"brian doyle" Discussed on The Canon
"Spokesperson for what jerky was wow that's fascinating has a lot of pressure because 'cause i guess chevy was the first person to leave and like that original cast was so foundational to it's still being show like they survived some really down years after that partly because there was such a legend of those first five years i think but i that's amazing that that i could see how that rivalry which is sort of grow out of neither of them ever doing anything mean to each other directly there's just like weird vibes constantly and we're chatter around them it's probably something like that i didn't know they physically fought that's since i don't know how bad it was but i hear words that make it seem like it got physical which doesn't i don't know i don't know what a fair fight that would be chevy chase seems a lot taller in better shape but bill murray also seems like a scrapper but then chevy chase seems like somebody who'd kick your angles they they both seem like they would go for it i if that fight happened it was probably rough they're probably a lot of cards awakes knocked over and a real real hard time this is not too far afterwards so that's very yeah yeah i mean i feel like a lot of this movie was not heavily planned just going in a including two of the main people being people who don't like each other because apparently also murray's role was not supposed to be that big and then it grew a lot as they were going on they just kept loving what he made up let's interesting that israel was supposed to be a big when this is his story when his brothers are making it yeah that's true yeah maybe maybe they felt they were telling enough brian doyle murray story and bill was incidental to it i don't really know but they because they had bill murray flying back and forth from new york doing he was in the still in the middle of doing us annell and they were having him keep flying down i guess weekdays weekends to like just pick up some more scenes of rambling about vietnam and and ogling women and living away life yeah he is he is also a legitimate creep yeah it's it's pretty upsetting c n yeah.
"brian doyle" Discussed on Pop Culture Affidavit
"Decides not to go to the match because he doesn't wanna be as dismissive as the others were and what we don't see him with william it's implied that he gave up the seat to see if william was okay and i think that honestly saves the story from being too schmaltzy or too modeling and it's ending as the fact that clip doesn't mention his dad when he's talking the william which he very well could have i like how fleming is giving a small character beach through the conversations these characters are having and the occasional inner monologue without going through pages and pages of backstory so way to connect the cop to the other characters he's doing his best to keep this whole pieces more verite than a plot while it doesn't always work see the previous issue for instance it works here i won't say much else about colognes art because i'd be simply repeating what i said except to say that he draws heroic in a way that makes her look naturally pretty and yet smarten tough which in this age of comics is not always easy to pull off plus there's a running gag through these issues were guys pass in front of a poster for a lady cop porno movie and i thought i'd mentioned the reference but let's wrap up the series issue number for this one is called getting stephen and we opened with a priest walking into his office while our narrator says i'm the priests of the story have named him brian doyle but now you know that he's really me by that i mean of course the brian is an aspect of my personality part of my life of very large part shooing you might underworld revealing my heart of hearts but i'm doing it my own way rating is my religion i'm the priest of all my stories brian has loaded gun and he loses office another priest father clark enters the office notices the brian has gone he drops the newspaper that he's holding we see a headline this priests brother massacres family at the eighth precinct our usual cast of cops counters the press and clover sees father clark stephen the murder and brother of brian.
"brian doyle" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann
"You know and you're right not just a photo op or like tweeted apology contribution to legal fund or something that's that's that's okay but it's gotta come with a lot of other stuff that could either again it could either be visible or invisible but i really want it to be happening at that's my that's my wish i just read hillbilly elegy and i was thinking that roseanne show was sort of resonating with that and you know that's a good and proper place for programming on tv share and hillbilly elegy i gave me a sense of people people's ability to change and seen roseanne as she was portrayed on her show doing some unexpected things was good so it's i think it's it's a particularly thrown right i think you're absolutely there's no doubt about that okay can i change the subject please i read about a book by chris natia wadi do you know chris nassar wally personally i know his work he has spent the last twenty five years interviewing everybody involved with caddyshack familiar with that move eleven and i saw the book the other day and caddyshack the making of a hollywood cinderella story an ame did this weekend caddyshack the inside story now i wouldn't recommend the ame as much as the book but it's a delightful bunch of factoid about caddyshack including the fact that animal house made caddyshack possible herald ramos and doug kenney were involved with animal house and so they give me some more of this aminul animal house and they work with brian doyle murray and of course you know there's all sorts of behind the scene stuff the cast in the motel by the golf course and having a big party but.
"brian doyle" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"They made animal house and finally all these talents come together for caddyshack okay are we have well i have another question for you how much of this was screenwriting how much was auto biographical yeah it's a lot of it is and it's actually autobiography autobiographical of the murray family bill murray his brother brian doyle murray whose bills older brother you know all the murray boys and there were there were nine murray kids they grew up just north of chicago very working class family and in order to pay tuition for jesuit school they caddied during the summers and brian doyle murray one of the three writers on caddyshack he just channeled all of those crazy golf stories from caddying as a teenager into caddyshack he knew you know that that someone could go to the bathroom in the pool and you know they they would have the baby ruth gag that is based on a real event from his life and so you know all these great anecdotes are very autobiographical to the murray's and bill murray was who was a late addition into the cast of the movie you know him adlibbing about golf came very easily most of his lines were written at all he improvised all of them and i i understand that the murray's have caddyshack themed restaurant they do yeah they there was one that just there was one in florida and there was one that just opened outside of chicago so i have not been to it yet but i am going to chicago next week and i plan to stop by and check out the the wings okay let's take we're gonna take a quick break and then we have a caller i ready anyone else i'll take calls if you'd like to speak with us chris national wate caddyshack the making of a hollywood cinderella story you might have questions about caddyshack things you've heard you wonder if they're true or not i bet you christmas real good at caddyshack trivia aren't you.
"brian doyle" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show
"Myers yes tomorrow's mrs mazel as a show on on the amazon that i'm now in season to series regular i was up upgraded from recurring although my dear friend who i miss horribly brian doyle murray would say recurring yeah they're always happy to see you series regular now we just started back up on season two an unbelievably excited and happy to be about a part of that process so sightseer from folks who are enjoying the damn show so thank you for that logan myers and i look forward to meeting your dad who portrays one of the old time cab drivers according to you kevin this new letter next fanmail kevin and the rest of the crew including jay mak oh our research producer i wanted to try and send a quick note to you for all your hard work in that that you put into the compound chat show every episode i've been faithful listeners since episode number eight well we're at three fifty three today so wow that's a lot of time i listen on my i tune account do you and i i have to use audio only because i'm a professional clown wait for it as well as a schoolteacher and the only opportunity i really get to listen is when i'm setting up for my daily classes the language on occasion on the show gets a little bit too coarse for me to put it over the speakers at school so i have to use ear buds but i love what i hear please keep up the good work personally kevin you need to continue to repeat the stories that jamie tells you not to repeat some new listeners may not know the stories still great fun to hear the reaction of your guests when you tell the story that we may have heard a few times already to keep it as simple and assurance bosma thank you for everything you guys do rick pretzel the clown delong.
"brian doyle" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Like the bubble goes up because you just can't you just can't engage with that many people at once i think it's just a protective measure of like i just need to get where i'm going and push through and just and not have to deal with you don't eat bubbles we have cars out here are bubbles who did you like so you're you're going out there you're really young who did you kinda did you kind of get a couple of friends like on the show or the outside the show gilda was my first friend yeah and she took me over to she was in the middle of doing that lampoon album that's not funny that's sick and so that's when i first met herald ramos and bill murray brian doyle murray and bob tisch or and they said hey why don't you come and record with us so i did a chris guests to and so those are like some of the first people i met and then when i met tom schiller he looked familiar to me and we had gone to the same grammar school no i recognized him from that my sis had been his camp counselor you know it's it just it's all connected all worth road sevi connected so that the national lampoon crowd kind of does that feel a little similar to the groundlings now now it was so unto itself i really didn't know anything about the lamp poon i had never read it when lauren presented the show to me says it'll be a cross between sixty minutes and monty python and i i want his money pi on i'm just thinking that you know and nodding my head in disaster.
"brian doyle" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Down at the blue light gives it the stamkos now it's too miller final minimum play in i shot that goes why trapped by kucherov nearside for surrogate jet back to kucherov top of the the circle rishaad blocked in many comes out to the neutral zone and beyond block thereby jack whitening send it in with thirty six seconds ago see rison picks it up sent it down the center the is will it roll it rolls wide and this will be icing all you know iverson had a little more time than he thought he could have thrown it a little higher so i wouldn't have gone for icing i know it's pressure but it's gonna be games like this that are gonna count big down the stretch and into the playoffs from bake blocked by the devils last night was one of the best this one ranks right up there twenty nine point four seconds to go faceoff to kim k dry boil will take the draw tampa bay net is empty skaters on for the lightning devils with the one goal lead drop boil wins it down the center of the ice this'll go wide as well and this'll be icing no it's waved off so twenty two seconds ago tampa bay thought it was an icing but though here comes mcdonagh and it was all fans on his past down it's loose polat with it hounded by paul mary turns with twelve opera ahead it goes to court drives it wide of net eight seconds remaining in the game here's into the corner sends it behind the net his past that in front does wide now here's the corner centers it's the and the devils are gonna win victory are the most gutsy wins i seen in a long time now the tampa bay lightning your argument about it should have been an icing but keith kincaid doesn't know where the last shot goes neither his brian doyle has come back into the crease and he's laying on these two guys are looking around what is going on a little bit of chaos at the end but overall devils were calm cool now they're going to center ice this crowd and they are having.
"brian doyle" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The company and give up a lot of runs because then you wonder the world is as you have it was he nervous oh what's the problem and i think this probably he probably do give you another two innings tonight if he had to and at all incredible and i just want to say it when i think that croat paola should be earning mvp i got up only credible actor sure i mean i mean they've got as the wondering about the the world series it always you may not have heard some guy took a nice season but y'all watch him all the time and you why somebody many and whose have guy was a guy could be one could win the mvp i always remember when the seventy eight will series when we will ran of got heard brian doyle went in there and i go he should have got to give the bucky dent but i like you have guys it that's their one shining moment yeah you the puts in the game and you get three it's assumption or you know you play well in a in a in the in the in the post game sometimes with one game sometimes one it back but it you always developed somebody to remember remember that guy in do much but at one world series he was unstoppable let's go to jack in queens jack you're on the fan hello tony hey how are you hear you were talking about cofactor less fan i voted great oh yeah crude prefect of quipped cooker pitcher uh they were they showed him a couple of time one of the times i showed him they show too right moshe when he we've actually pitcher and and they wanted a picture of what the left out of the sixty five perry uh to nothing shut out on rare a new structure of beautiful moshoeu he did and you know it was it was smooth and and and good car vulgar fastball and we just best picture i ever saw where you will get emotion or you remember motion compared to kershaw area and i'm link i got wrong no wonder those guys have back injury yeah the liz ago and you.