16 Burst results for "Captain Holt"

"captain holt" Discussed on Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That

Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That

05:47 min | 6 months ago

"captain holt" Discussed on Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That

"Or a pet smart. If you look underdog training, you've got these little clicker things. That's what you use for positive reinforcement. Should work fine for that. Another thing I wanted to talk about was I really appreciate those little stingers you stick at the end of the episodes Mark. This latest one sounds to be like captain holt or Andre brauer from Brooklyn Nine-Nine. I don't know if that wins me any sort of prize. I know that way back in the day, marvel comic books used to offer a no prize prize. I'm guessing that's what I get, right? Anyway, you guys keep it up. I'll keep listening and have a good day. Bye. Yeah, no prize for you. That is indeed captain hold from Brooklyn Nine-Nine. You know, when it's the easier ones, you know, that's obviously a contemporary show. So I knew that people would get it, you know, pretty quickly. But captain holt to me is one of the greatest characters in American sitcom history. He's just hilarious. And this is funny. Whole thing he's going through a online dating site, right? And he's horrified that somebody says that they were born in San Diego. They actually admit that on a dating site. Yikes. Wait, I was born in San Diego. Exactly. Yeah, so those liquor clickers. We got a lot of responses from people, and more than one we're saying, yeah, they use them for dog training. In fact, my sister even texted us about it. Well, like, four days after the podcast comes out, my wife listens to it, and she's like, well, you have one. What? And I'm like, I do, and she's like, yeah, don't you remember? We used it, not our two present dogs with a dog before. And she just went over to her. Here it is. So I have it sitting at home. I keep forgetting to bring it. Well, those dog ones are probably nicer than the ones we were used to. You know, when we were growing up, these were just these cheap little things. I did a nice job. Yeah, that's I did look online. You still, I don't think you could find the kids ones just going to a store. But of course you can go online and buy them in bulk and there's just these. Yeah, well, okay, you've got one, bring it to the casino. I know I keep forgetting. Even last night, we had issues like, hey, you know, we haven't seen the server in a while. I'll just start collecting. I won't tell them what it's for. Just clicking like. It's like see who comes over..

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"captain holt" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

05:32 min | 8 months ago

"captain holt" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"With our investigations or testified or even call us when they're endanger. It makes them more scared of us than of criminals and gangsters. Yeah i think this shows the stuck in a really interesting place in looking at the season i think it has been very up and down. I think the tone has really kind of wobbled back and forth for a while. They're kind of alternating between very serious episode and then a very silly episode and kind of trying to have it both ways as much as possible. They don't want to ignore the world around them but still at its heart. It's a workplace comedy. And so it's trying to shoehorn lot into these last ten episodes but it really i think overall the show has kind of started to buckle under the weight of its core concept which you when it began. It is a right down the middle workplace comedy where they take comedic elements of policing and created this diverse cast. It's not like they have never acknowledged police misconduct. In previous seasons there was a story arc involving the terry crews character being profiled and you know there was a very serious episode about that a couple years ago. They've tried to acknowledge it. In the past. But i think overtime cannot help. But buckle under the weight of the world around it and it's a shame enjoyment of this show is a kind of a casualty of real world police misconduct. And your mileage may vary whether you can go back and watch old episodes of this show and enjoy it as the brilliant workplace comedy that it is. It is hard to watch. I had taken a more than a year off from watching the show. This was a show. I would go back and rewatch all of the halloween heist episodes of this show. I would just go through season. One two three four five and just watch all the halloween heist episodes in order and if they continued to come back and do specials. That were nothing but halloween heists every year into infinity. I'd be thrilled but it is very hard for this show to maintain the kind of balance that it is trying to maintain the season. I'll play a little devil's advocate here. Though and say that policing in brooklyn is probably a pretty tough and brutal business period. If you're going to take policing in brooklyn and turn it into a lighthearted workplace comedy you are doing that kind of thing to a lot of serious subjects including murderer including sexual assault including the impact of poverty on policing is not just george floyd and so the thing. That's interesting to me is that people are feeling weird about this when maybe they should have been feeling weird about how the show makes light of policing in brooklyn period. Yeah yeah i mean. I'm glad stephen. You brought up that previous episode. That was from season for terry crews tarik character he. He's outside of his home and he is a counter as a police officer who doesn't have his badge on and the guy stops him he racially profiled him and so the sort of back and forth. That's happening there is that he wants to file a complaint. And captain holt is like. I'm not going to do this because this is only going to make your life harder. It's kind of doing what you were talking about. Eric that this season has not really done. Which is that you have. These two black men really hashing out like one. Who's a little bit older. He comes from a different perspective. He's a little bit more conservative. He's like you have to pick your battles and i want you to be able to rise through the ranks. You can make change that way which is a very old school black conservative mentality on top of that whole is gays. So he's like. I also have to deal with all this stuff. Black gay man. I never had a superior who is on my side so the advice i offered you. That came from a different place in different time..

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"captain holt" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

04:43 min | 8 months ago

"captain holt" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"Aisha harris also with us as npr. Tv critic. eric. Dagens welcome back eric. What up what up. How's it going. It's going well. It's great to have you so we have talked on this show about brooklyn nine nine. We even didn't episode on it back in two thousand fifteen and we've been delighted to see it renewed and revived as it's wended. Its way through eight seasons last month. That kicked off a final ten episode season which ends with the last two episodes airing thursday night. Now this season follows along gap the last episode of season seven aired in april of twenty twenty one month before the murder of george floyd and the reckoning that followed included a national conversation about depictions of police and tv and movies. And this show certainly could not have moved forward or finished. Its run without acknowledging the world around it brooklyn nine nine. Final season has its characters. Reckoning that new landscape in different ways rosa diaz has left the force to investigate bad cops while other characters are reassessing and smaller and subtler ways. Charles boyle is leaning into virtuous signaling amy santiago and captain holt are pushing for department wide reforms jake. Peralta is taking responsibility for his own missteps as a cop not to mention trying to maintain work life balance now that he and amy have a new baby now. We thought that now would be a good time to check in with brooklyn nine nine as it's winding down so i i'm going to start with you. How did you feel about brooklyn nine nine in the past. And how do you feel about it. Now that you're watching these new episodes so i've been watching it since the very beginning i while i i've always been a huge andy sandberg fan and it started off kind of being about him. He was kind of the central character. Even though it's always been an ensemble show. He was sort of the entry way. Point to the rest of the brooklyn nine nine and i enjoy that and i also think this is the type of show that because it started out out. The gate with a very diverse cast to blackhawks. You have to latina cops..

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A Look at Season 9 of Brooklyn Nine-Nine

Pop Culture Happy Hour

01:12 min | 8 months ago

A Look at Season 9 of Brooklyn Nine-Nine

"We have talked on this show about brooklyn nine nine. We even didn't episode on it back in two thousand fifteen and we've been delighted to see it renewed and revived as it's wended. Its way through eight seasons last month. That kicked off a final ten episode season which ends with the last two episodes airing thursday night. Now this season follows along gap the last episode of season seven aired in april of twenty twenty one month before the murder of george floyd and the reckoning that followed included a national conversation about depictions of police and tv and movies. And this show certainly could not have moved forward or finished. Its run without acknowledging the world around it brooklyn nine nine. Final season has its characters. Reckoning that new landscape in different ways rosa diaz has left the force to investigate bad cops while other characters are reassessing and smaller and subtler ways. Charles boyle is leaning into virtuous signaling amy santiago and captain holt are pushing for department wide reforms jake. Peralta is taking responsibility for his own missteps as a cop not to mention trying to maintain work life balance now that he and amy have a new

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"captain holt" Discussed on TV's Top 5

TV's Top 5

05:17 min | 9 months ago

"captain holt" Discussed on TV's Top 5

"I mean even though the bigger issue though. I think that's just kind of inherent to it being a show about cops like there are things that you're going to have to address in israel. Cops that you don't have to address if your show about a mid level paper company. But i also kind of wondered if one of the reasons why dan and ahead slowly differentiated is because i accidentally watched the first and second lift because they were mislabeled screening site. I didn't see confused. come on. Oh i thought. I thought i was like. Oh did i forget the finale or like did i not watch it okay. Sure and then. I didn't realize the later that the problem was that. I've watched them in the wrong order. But that meant that. My first reintroduction these characters after all this time away was an episode where hops officials completely background rounded like. It's an episode that takes place entirely outside of of brooklyn. Even they're just not a lake cabin in the woods. Basically and cop business just barely mentioned is barely even mentioned at all and i think that that may be made easier for me to kind of start with like. Oh i like these characters. I liked their dynamic. I like the situation before having to go back accidentally happened to go back and then tackle like oh okay. So this is how they're dealing with the more serious issues. I had the same experience that you did in watching it and it was just so disorienting. And i'm just like wait a second. I was so confused. Especially because you know. I have a friend who by the way there was no email. It's at the screeners are here. So it's been you know the press blackout seems to extend to notice that screeners or have arrived but like it was just like okay so not addressing it. They're addressing it but then it was just so so nuts to see the way it played out if you wash them in the wrong order but that was just like you know watching the you know the episode. I kept thinking like you know. Obviously the setup because there's some personal dynamics play between with captain holt who admits that he's had a rough year and it has impacted his his marriage. I wanted to see that. Like i wanted to see that. I am so invested in these characters and their personal lives. After what seven. Seasons in one hundred plus episodes i wanted to see struggle. Because we don't you know he's you know this this you know meet more robot character rights. You know if i can make pilot reference. I wanted to see that so maybe that was just me but you know i'm just interjecting my two cents because i'm not a critic and i was bound to say it in this segment that eventually. So they're all going to be amazed at this for go to do you think that it would have been better if the show had just ended after the last season. I knew that that was going to come up. And and as much as i love this show. Allen brought up a great point in in his review to and that's last year the season for the season. Finale was the first time that it didn't end as a cliffhanger and this has been a perennial bubble show. I mean it's a. I think it's got an early renewal. Maybe once and then obviously the movement from fox to nbc. But i mean it would have been a great finale. It was very satisfying. But i felt sad. Because i don't know what happens to these characters and at the same time with only ten episodes and obviously a huge amount of work ahead of it and some heavy lifting to do here. I don't know that we're actually gonna find out what happens to these characters. So i right now. I'm kind of torn because that season finale was so perfect and it absolutely could have been a series finale. But i'm also greedy and more of a show that i love but if with five episodes to go last season they had said and i mean you know. They would've had to have been able to foresee the future that they would have been backed into a narrative corner that they couldn't get their way out of and they didn't know that and so whatever but if they had said we think we have a good ending the season. Seven finale will be our last episode. I think people would have walked away saying that's very satisfying ending. I think if they had said after the finale and if they had said like five months ago okay. We don't think we've really cracked how to figure out how to adapt this to the real world. So that's going to be our our series finale. I don't think that would have made anyone satisfying the satisfied. I think people would have been like. But that's not where what happens with the baby etcetera and that wouldn't have worked if you had thought that the season valley season seven was the finale going in. I think you would have thought it was a great finale but you couldn't retroactively. Make it into a finale. Just because you've been backed into a corner by the world that you know. I did ask dan goure at the time when the you know the of the season seven finale and that was april twenty. Third twenty twenty. Which again is feels like. Were in very much the before but i did ask him when they broke this episode of the the finale if they approached it as a season finale or a series finale because they've obviously had to do that a number of times and he said when when he wrote it they knew that they were coming back and had known for a long time and his quote. And i'll read it. Here is quote if we had known we were not coming back. I wouldn't have made the series finale. Jake and amy having a kid because i don't think that's the main art that were telling but it did feel like a nice season ender so you know there's that but Yeah it it just leaves me to believe that..

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"captain holt" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"captain holt" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Love or die State e I love this song. Ben. You did a great job. You and Gabby Gould. All right. Great job. This. Thank you. And the car ride was really gabby goal. Right, Captain Holt. Gather, go, Gabby Gold, but we could take at a cool They're really six jersey. And you know what's great about this right? You're from all borough. I lived in mall, bro. I know what it was like a Christmas Eve, right? You're Jewish, right at all. Our Jewish friends would come over and having him at Christmas trees and we all celebrated Christmas and it was great. And you capture that. Thank you. Thank you. Yeah. I mean, we're so lucky that we're from state and from a country that you no values, interfaith dialogue and respect. You know that our country was founded on we founded on freedom of religion and separation of church and state, and that that works, man that zit works. You know, we we can look at each other and you know we can appreciate Each other's religion and sharing it. Well, You know what the I've always found, like the Italians and Jews are so close music, Good times roll man's fun. Just a funny people just like to have a great time. And you know, and that song you know, just example Fizer, but it's all about New Jersey and what we're going to do now. You got the eighties, right? I got the eighties. All right. I got the seventies before we could talk anymore. We got the Gooch wants to play the game and the Gooch is on the Jersey one on 1.5. What's up, Coach? Steve. Oh, how you doing? Listen, I know one thing I know there's no gobble ghoul in Israel, right? I don't know. Ben brought away from Ben Did you get got going is real. What There's some topical here. There's a lot of gavel. Cool. Yeah, Crazy. Broader. All right, my friend. Are you ready to win? I think so, Stevie. All right. We go in seventies or eighties. That's kind of a stoner guy. Some of those seventies. Alright, here we go from the seventies. Well, I'm running down the road trying to loosen my load. Got seven women on my mind. Yeah, it was the name of the song. One that wants to please me for the one achievement. Do the another name is on the name of that song is, uh, Coach coach, But I've never met barest. Uh, Coach, huh? Before you know it. You know what? Yeah, I'm too much of a stone. Really? You know? Oh, you don't got this coach. I'm horrible, Steve. I'm sorry. That's all right. But.

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"captain holt" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast

The Ron Burgundy Podcast

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"captain holt" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast

"Of animals. Second was that fun. We'll be right back after this. Are you enjoying the nine nine as much as I am? Hello Ron Burgundy here with a word about the hit television show Brooklyn nine nine. If you haven't seen Brooklyn nine nine than you owe yourself a real treat. And if you're one of the millions of super fans out there already familiar with the show get ready for more laughs and hijinks with all your favorite characters back for an all new seventh season on NBC. That's right jake. Boil Hitchcock and Sally Rosa. Amy Terry and Captain Holt are back for. Tv's best comedy. Cool Koo Koo Koo. Koo As jake would say seriously guys. This show is the best thing running on TV these days. And that's saying are by my calculations one thousand and forty television shows and this Brooklyn. Nine nine is better than all of them. Don't just listen to me. The critics agree. This is the best. Tv show out there. The nine nine has everything. A Great Ensemble cast and the best writing funny and sweet at the same time. Don't miss out. Your friends are watching it. Everyone is watching Brooklyn nine nine on. Nbc Foam is a real thing folks Anyway Brooklyn. Nine is now streaming everywhere. I'm Ron Burgundy. Stay in school. All right we're back to the Ron Burgundy podcast. We'll Carolina..

"captain holt" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast

The Ron Burgundy Podcast

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"captain holt" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast

"Today. There are so many Danes we could change. Animals have stooping names. Let's make them new. It's a fun thing to do. Let's change the names of animals. Like. Jerry or Lizard? Fan Ferdi, or even a vampire Baz ankle rat. Let's Change It's. Fun Game Let's change of animals. I can see that fun. We'll be right back after this. Are you enjoying the nine nine as much as I am Hello Ron Burgundy here with a word about the hit television show Brooklyn nine nine. If you haven't seen Brooklyn nine nine than you owe yourself a real treat, and if you're one of the millions of super fans out there already familiar with the show, get ready for more laughs and hijinks with all your favorite characters back for an all new seventh season on NBC. That's right. Jake Boil Hitchcock and Sally Rosa Amy Terry and Captain Holt are back for TV's best. Comedy, cool. Koo Koo Koo Koo as Jake. Would say seriously guys this. This show is the best thing running on TV these days, and that's saying a lot. There are by my calculations, one thousand and forty television shows, and this Brooklyn nine nine is better than all of them. Don't just listen to me. The critics agree this is the best TV show out there. The nine nine has everything a great ensemble cast, and the best writing, funny and sweet at the same time. Don't miss out. Your friends are watching it. Everyone is watching Brooklyn nine nine on NBC foam is a real thing. Folks Anyway. Brooklyn nine is now streaming everywhere. I'm Ron. Burgundy stay in school. All Right Rebecca the Ron Burgundy podcast. We'll.

"captain holt" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast

The Ron Burgundy Podcast

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"captain holt" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast

"Today. There are so many Danes we could change. Animals have stooping names. Let's make them new. It's a fun thing to do. Let's change the names of animals. Like. Jerry or Lizard? Fan Ferdi, or even a vampire Baz ankle rat. Let's Change It's. Fun Game Let's change of animals. I can see that fun. We'll be right back after this. Are you enjoying the nine nine as much as I am Hello Ron Burgundy here with a word about the hit television show Brooklyn nine nine. If you haven't seen Brooklyn nine nine than you owe yourself a real treat, and if you're one of the millions of super fans out there already familiar with the show, get ready for more laughs and hijinks with all your favorite characters back for an all new seventh season on NBC. That's right. Jake Boil Hitchcock and Sally Rosa Amy Terry and Captain Holt are back for TV's best. Comedy, cool. Koo Koo Koo Koo as Jake. Would say seriously guys this. This show is the best thing running on TV these days, and that's saying a lot. There are by my calculations, one thousand and forty television shows, and this Brooklyn nine nine is better than all of them. Don't just listen to me. The critics agree this is the best TV show out there. The nine nine has everything a great ensemble cast, and the best writing, funny and sweet at the same time. Don't miss out. Your friends are watching it. Everyone is watching Brooklyn nine nine on NBC foam is a real thing. Folks Anyway. Brooklyn nine is now streaming everywhere. I'm Ron. Burgundy stay in school. All Right Rebecca the Ron Burgundy podcast. We'll.

"captain holt" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast

The Ron Burgundy Podcast

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"captain holt" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast

"Today. There are so many Danes we could change. Animals have stooping names. Let's make them new. It's a fun thing to do. Let's change the names of animals. Like. Jerry or Lizard? Fan Ferdi, or even a vampire Baz ankle rat. Let's Change It's. Fun Game Let's change of animals. I can see that fun. We'll be right back after this. Are you enjoying the nine nine as much as I am Hello Ron Burgundy here with a word about the hit television show Brooklyn nine nine. If you haven't seen Brooklyn nine nine than you owe yourself a real treat, and if you're one of the millions of super fans out there already familiar with the show, get ready for more laughs and hijinks with all your favorite characters back for an all new seventh season on NBC. That's right. Jake Boil Hitchcock and Sally Rosa Amy Terry and Captain Holt are back for TV's best. Comedy, cool. Koo Koo Koo Koo as Jake. Would say seriously guys this. This show is the best thing running on TV these days, and that's saying a lot. There are by my calculations, one thousand and forty television shows, and this Brooklyn nine nine is better than all of them. Don't just listen to me. The critics agree this is the best TV show out there. The nine nine has everything a great ensemble cast, and the best writing, funny and sweet at the same time. Don't miss out. Your friends are watching it. Everyone is watching Brooklyn nine nine on NBC foam is a real thing. Folks Anyway. Brooklyn nine is now streaming everywhere. I'm Ron. Burgundy stay in school. All Right Rebecca the Ron Burgundy podcast. We'll.

"captain holt" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast

The Ron Burgundy Podcast

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"captain holt" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast

"After this. Are you enjoying the nine nine as much as I am hello. Ron Burgundy here with a about the hit television show Brooklyn nine nine. If you haven't seen Brooklyn nine nine than you owe yourself a real treat, and if you're one of the millions of super fans out there already familiar with the show, get ready for more laughs and hijinks with all your favorite characters back for an all new seventh season on NBC. That's right jake boil. Hitchcock and selley. Rosa Amy Terry and captain. Holt are back for TV's best comedy. COO COO COO COO COO as Jake would say seriously guys this show. Show is the best thing running on TV these days and that seeing a lot there are by my calculations, one thousand and forty television shows and this Brooklyn nine nine is better than all of them. Don't just listen to me. The critics agree this is the best TV show out there. The nine nine has everything a great ensemble cast, and the best writing, funny and sweet at the same time. Don't miss out. Your friends are watching it. Everyone is watching Brooklyn nine nine on NBC. Foam is a real thing. Folks Anyway. Brooklyn nine nine is now streaming everywhere. I'm Ron Burgundy stay in school. All.

"captain holt" Discussed on Z104

Z104

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"captain holt" Discussed on Z104

"In the mornings you on this Monday morning be careful out there this morning he got into the meeting it's a messy rainy and windy two hands on the wheel today high of eighty right seventy right now coming up next we do everywhere the roses for each one of our favorite do you remember this one it's the captain Holt quarrels roses if you remember this if you've never heard it oh my god you cannot miss this one coming up for you about five minutes you I'm don't turn it on this game was someone random this does she had she beat him up and those stupid does that you attention attention is that you can fit me in a Trojan this broke into that those stupid does that take so this attention every day she beat him up.

"captain holt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

09:43 min | 2 years ago

"captain holt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To both sides I'm talking with Dan gore he co created Brooklyn nine nine which is in the middle of its seven season right now on NBC I had a few jobs in city government and and I really liked them and like the people that I worked with in one of the reasons why is there largely civil service jobs that people get because they applied for them that are stable and they didn't get them because they knew somebody and so it's just like a real broad group of people from the place where you live and they're all pretty committed and hardworking incompetent in your like this is a great place I live in people have much more complicated feelings like there is this there is a pretty simple story that you can say we're telling a story about government and how the people there are decent and certainly there are people who hate government and you had you know Ron Swanson on the show who who hated government despite working it in Iraq or because he or he worked it because he hated it was the at least the original and yeah but if people are much more complicated feelings about police officers and I wonder if that was something that you were thinking about right from the start or whether it was something that you sort of realised in the in the course of making the show it's something we really realized in the course of making the show I think the black lives matter movement obviously these problems I have been around forever but the sort of national prominence and and place in the headlines really started around our season three or four two or three and so it wasn't really a thing that we were thinking about I mean we were thinking about aspects of the police and the way in which they deal with the public and we wanted to make we never want to glorify police violence in any way or make them bad cops it was really important to us that they were good cops it's important to us that they follow the rules but we're smart and some that was also Andy's really do fee and so we wanted to make sure we thought he's only believable as a cop if we made him a good cop if he's like that as a cop and also a total do feel like that there's no reality to this and in some ways the show you know you're as much in dialogue with a history of police television shows as you are in dialogue with actual police officers right yeah as as the show presented itself at the at the very beginning right right and then the other thing that happened was I think from the very beginning unintentionally we kind of created a group that models and also holds so holds as the dad was a tough kind of dad and he wanted he wanted them to view the best precinct in history because this was a shot so right away the directive from the top was I want the best cops there the buy one the best present ever and the director from the bottom from from Jake was I want to be the best cop ever so you know the end their end their conflict was over method but never about any legal method and you know actually ended up being one of things I think people really like about the show because it ultimately obviously it meant that everyone became what was on the same page but as writers it was very difficult because very quickly what's the conflict between a person who wants their squad to be great and a squad that wants to be great and then you have to find sort of interpersonal conflicts and or circumstantial complex to to help create stories so we were really modeling I think in some ways unintentionally what good cops should be like but then always showing I mean we in our first seasons we often have them deal with bad cops are dirty cops and have to make moral decisions I think our second episode was called the tagger and in it and as a deputy commissioner is asking for special privilege special favors for his son who is spray painting **** on police cars and hold stands up to him and says we were we're not to do the wrong thing so it's a thing we were aware of on some level and we're we're trying to navigate on some level and then once it really came to prominence and was something we were reading about and caring about a lot we really became committed to doing an episode that dealt with it head on and it just took us awhile to figure out how to do that after so how to do that I've said in a way that was meaningful but also still funny still felt like Brooklyn nine nine and then ultimately that led to the absurd mumu where Terry is racially profiled Terry while wearing civilian clothing is racially profiled by an NYPD officer its multi I'm Jesse thorn my guest Dan gore is the co creator and show runner of NBC's Brooklyn nine nine were you scared to do something like it did you have ever have the yes the feeling like after school tell it like after school well either that or just like the the let's just make this a world where only goofy things yeah yeah but we we begin to feel like it's going to seem like our heads in the sand I'm and one could certainly look at the fact that we've done a hundred forty three episodes and there are plenty of episodes were only give you things happened so maybe maybe our heads are partially in the St still but it was a story we really wanted to tell and we felt like we couldn't avoid telling it we had to figure out how much we figured it out we were really happy with the outcome how do you check in that when you are writing storylines about such a diverse group of characters and you yourself are like a classic caricature of a guy who would be a good boss of a sit com in you know I straight straight white guy who went to Harvard and like got a job right out of college with his improv buddy yeah I think you're gonna say the stunningly handsome yeah most most television writers are known for their good luck yeah first and foremost of off how do you check in that when you have for example you know Stephanie Beatrice's character coming out as bi and she herself is by or Andre Brower big part of his character from the beginning has been his husband and the you know around the edges of his experience as a police officer and him wanting to be a good police officer has always been because he was the victim of discrimination within the police department for both race and orientation reasons how do you keep that chip on track in a way that is both kind of like sees people for who they are and is not patronizing I think the there are several things I think one really striving towards having a lot of diversity on the staff and the crew is very helpful and being open to everyone's opinions and ideas and viewpoint and then to really being in communication with the actors themselves so for Rosa coming out I mean Stephanie herself was so integral to helping us break that story and to talking about what she thought was really important for that character to say she wanted the character to say I'm bisexual and to use those words because that's the thing that that a character a main character on a TV show who gets to live has almost never said before and she knew that and it was important to her that those words were said and similarly when we broke the story about Terry being racially profiled we spend a lot of time talking to Terry about his own experiences with that and then the thing that actually broke that story open was a conversation with Andre he said every time we've portrayed captain Holt having to deal with racism or homophobia he's taken it and he's taking it for a reason and the reason he's taken it is that he believes he will be more effective if you can make systemic change and the way for him to make systemic change is to is to climb up the ranks and then eventually be commissioner make systemic change so we had this argument and it's an argument it's a legitimate argument on both sides and we have this argument between Holt and Terry is the only time we've really ever done this in an episode they're sitting in two chairs opposite of each other having an argument over the course of an entire acts and Terry basically says I hear you but I think it's B. S. I'm going to head in the complaint are consequences be damned and then at the end because the I think the thing that we've really learned when we do these episodes is not to sugar coat anything at the end Terry is made the report the guy has been demoted but Terry was up for promotion of his own and he doesn't get it and he says to hold do you think it's because I I headed in that complaint an old says I don't know maybe probably but I'm proud you did it and you see that the world isn't it's not all roses and unicorns and candy canes and I that there are consequences the crappy consequences sometimes but they have each other's back well Dan I'm so grateful you took this time to talk about your life and Brooklyn nine nine I love the show so much like yeah that makes us so happy really did really do watch every episode I'm I'm really grateful Kevin I'm so flattered that you asked me and thank you so much I love your show and this is been a blast Dan gore Brooklyn nine nine airs Thursday nights on NBC you can stream all seven seasons including the new episodes right now on who left.

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"captain holt" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"captain holt" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Guess you can pick their way you want Shatner Kirk or Pine Creek but we're gonna get to that will save nine Kirk is also way more handsome way more handsome although shatters good looking do and for those of you playing at home if you're doing is based off we wanna make sweet sweet love to I mean pine you can do that so yeah you could do that as well whatever you want to do a shot with the cars taking on the eight seed captain kangaroo who would you want to make sweets we love to Kantor is probably thirty two on this list is not very high you've got a nice bowl that's not a kangaroo you well you don't really know that but you know who is doesn't really resemble human you know who was on one episode of captain kangaroo uncle Joey on full house yes let's correctly the server mail me yeah there you go captain kangaroo might get shut out that might be a hundred to zero captain kangaroo should get shut out that would be amazing we haven't had a start out yet yeah understandable it's hard to get a hundred percent zero percent but please let's push for that yeah overture kangaroo agreed the winner of that matchup will take on the winner of the four five match of the foresee being captain James T. Kirk also we have a potential Star Trek match up in round two to give you give the people what they want James T. Kirk as we just mentioned if you want Shatner Kirk you want Parker take whatever card you want pine definitely smells a bit fresher yeah and we see his other joke of the pine I was thinking about his sweet sweet love with Wonder Woman I mean is a captain in that movie to captain Steve Trevor well yeah so that would be another one you missed in the fictional section is only on screen for like fifteen minutes we can that was nice and a ton of that movie at James T. Kirk is in like a thousand TV episodes and sixteen movies over Scott summers in the fictional one animated yeah he's a comic book yeah whatever who cares know what is in capital thing is filled with so many the problem was to go from eight to sixteen any each region there within so many should reach is that I was like I'd rather just do eight and have a bunch of snobs I'd rather do that the worst idea deal your deal or your seven seats thanks to give to the seventies not winning who cares the five seat in the live action mac to be good lives seed in the live action taking on James T. Kirk as captain Miller captain John H. Miller from saving private Ryan Tom Hanks is K. okay Tom Hanks is Tom Hanks makes that movie he's the heart saw that movie it makes a great sacrifice to the end of this movie John H. Miller is a pretty solid five seed it's going to be tough to beat Kirk the Trekkies are out there but I felt like five she was a solid spot from another snub from your animated bracketing this sea captain from The Simpsons now see letter yard also that they are the two seed in the live action seed I almost put this guy number one but again because he's only had forty minutes of screen time in history I couldn't quite put him up there captain quick from Joss cattle when we ask drawn to see he's taken on the seven seed Jack sparrow now Jack sparrow I don't like now but there's a lot of people like him out there to the son of a gun yeah is a son of a gun probably not even that great of a captain but ultimately gets things done I like with Quint there like whoever catches the shark it's three thousand dollars like give me ten the general kit I think that there's going to be a strong following for Quinn but when you get down to it can be the Star Trek guys but what he even beat the sea captain they wouldn't be in the same bracket but they should be Jack sparrow is gonna lose but he's been a thousand movies he's got his own ride at Disney so I mean whatever vero is responsible for us now having the Avengers so we do owe him that okay yeah there you go so for that reason wrote alone he's a seven see okay the winner of the two seven match up is going to take on the winner of the three six the three seed captain Han solo sucks but about a free seed but he's not that great of a captain per se yeah he's just super cool so is gonna be taking on the six see what he's a hope solo cool maybe she comes up later of the six seat is gonna be Malcolm Reynolds Mel Reynolds from firefly I'm not a firefly guy but I feel like what people talk about that from that show is Nathan Fillion Malcolm Reynolds so he's gonna have a cult following too there's not a chance to be tonsil tough match up in round one but he made the west be happy about that okay we can do about it so this it's a potential second round match ups of captain Picard captain Kirk it's a great Star Trek match up there who knows we're gonna get that but that be great to see and then you get Han solo overs captain Quint in the bottom of the region there that's a real doozy as well prickly son guns on top of that you're gonna have Star Trek bottom you gonna have jobs and Star Wars I'm hoping for Star Wars or Star Trek match up in the third round in the elite eight I think I'm gonna have console coming out of this region how many of the clients that's fair Quinn I think the winner of that match a product meets the track guy but you never know grants so I know a lot of our listeners or Star Wars fans I don't know if they're Star Trek fans if there are different now V. once now that I'm seeing here is captain Holt's from Brooklyn no yeah from Brooklyn nine nine he was borderline there I mean maybe you can swap about for captain kangaroo but I don't want I didn't want to see Raymond hall get slaughtered by John Luc Picard if there was a video of that I would want to.

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"captain holt" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"captain holt" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"Thoughtful. Job. Mine is not quite that involved. Mine is fairly straightforward. And I don't think it's going to shock anybody. But what I decided that I had changed my mind about was Andy Sandberg, and the reason here's why chose Andy Sandberg Andy Sandberg was when he was on Saturday Night Live part of a whole tradition of guys that I found very difficult to kind of hook into their comedic sensibility. It's not just the bro of it. But it's the bro of it combined with a certain I don't really have to write anything just have to talk and funny voices and make noises and mug and be the kind of the biggest broadest person in the scene. I was never a person who is nearly as impressed by him on us analysis. Other people were it comes from the same place as my at the time. My my suspicion of Jimmy Fallon my suspicion of especially Adam Sandler, who aside from. Just one person wanted to add a little something about about a totally get it. And look like I love the Hanukkah song. And that's he's definitely had his moments. But for me, I could never really a hook into him either. And by the way, I will say I am basically the only person in the world who liked that dumb movie? He made with Jennifer Aniston. And I still don't know what happened that day when I thought. By Andy Sandberg to me was a really tough kind of comedic character for me to get into when he was on us. And I remember when I first saw him in Rashida Jones movie Celeste and Jesse forever, which is about a couple sort of breaking up and trying to figure out if they're going to get back together, and it really, although it has comedic elements. It really is a largely dramatic performance in some ways, and I it's a very heartfelt performance. And it really surprised me coming from him. And I think that film there are definitely like Adam Sandler has done dramatic acting. And you know, there are there are exceptions like this for all of these guys. But for me that really showed me a kind of a really heartfelt side of him. And then of course, he got cast in Brooklyn, I nine, which if you do not watch Brooklyn, please go watch Brooklyn. I nine come on, man. It is probably my favorite most rewatch -able show right now in terms of I can watch it and almost unlimited number of times and have and he on that show started off in a very they of brought him in kind of a really arrogant hotshot that was kind of the initial take on him on that character was that he in the police precinct was the best detective on the squad and kind of rebelled against authority and stuff like that. And as the first season went on they they sort of re-jigger that character to the point where he was a bit more of a. He was a pleaser. He just wanted to please everybody, especially his captain captain Holt played by Andre brower who he doors and looks up to and he exactly we all do good point good point audience. And I think that for for me the progression of Andy Sandberg from somebody who I just didn't really think had a lot of range. I thought it was kind of like if you find that kind of mugging enjoyable, then that's for you. I think the warmth of his performance on Brooklyn nine nine has really kind of re caused me to rethink my feeling about him. And for that reason, I think I'm more open to other people with those kinds of really specific comedic sensibilities growing into different kinds of acting. And it's always funny to make us. He actually they made a movie where he played Adam Sandler, son. And I've always kind of felt like he could have just been Adam Sandler. And like he could have been like, oh, he's making grownups for whatever. And he kind of went this other. He went this other like really cool way to me. And and I've been really happy to see that. So I take back my original assessment of Andy Sandberg. All right. But has that been has your rethink been colored by the fact by the by shallow observation that in the last five years due? Dude has hired a stylist. His hair is better. So he dresses better. So I feel like..

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"captain holt" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"captain holt" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"Thoughtful. Job. Mine is not quite that involved. Mine is fairly straightforward. And I don't think it's going to shock anybody. But what I decided that I had changed my mind about was Andy Sandberg, and the reason here's why chose Andy Sandberg Andy Sandberg was when he was on Saturday Night Live part of a whole tradition of guys that I found very difficult to kind of hook into their comedic sensibility. It's not just the bro of it. But it's the bro of it combined with a certain I don't really have to write anything just have to talk and funny voices and make noises and mug and be the kind of the biggest broadest person in the scene. I was never a person who is nearly as impressed by him on us analysis. Other people were it comes from the same place as my at the time. My my suspicion of Jimmy Fallon my suspicion of especially Adam Sandler, who aside from. Just one person wanted to add a little something about about a totally get it. And look like I love the Hanukkah song. And that's he's definitely had his moments. But for me, I could never really a hook into him either. And by the way, I will say I am basically the only person in the world who liked that dumb movie? He made with Jennifer Aniston. And I still don't know what happened that day when I thought. By Andy Sandberg to me was a really tough kind of comedic character for me to get into when he was on us. And I remember when I first saw him in Rashida Jones movie Celeste and Jesse forever, which is about a couple sort of breaking up and trying to figure out if they're going to get back together, and it really, although it has comedic elements. It really is a largely dramatic performance in some ways, and I it's a very heartfelt performance. And it really surprised me coming from him. And I think that film there are definitely like Adam Sandler has done dramatic acting. And you know, there are there are exceptions like this for all of these guys. But for me that really showed me a kind of a really heartfelt side of him. And then of course, he got cast in Brooklyn, I nine, which if you do not watch Brooklyn, please go watch Brooklyn. I nine come on, man. It is probably my favorite most rewatch -able show right now in terms of I can watch it and almost unlimited number of times and have and he on that show started off in a very they of brought him in kind of a really arrogant hotshot that was kind of the initial take on him on that character was that he in the police precinct was the best detective on the squad and kind of rebelled against authority and stuff like that. And as the first season went on they they sort of re-jigger that character to the point where he was a bit more of a. He was a pleaser. He just wanted to please everybody, especially his captain captain Holt played by Andre brower who he doors and looks up to and he exactly we all do good point good point audience. And I think that for for me the progression of Andy Sandberg from somebody who I just didn't really think had a lot of range. I thought it was kind of like if you find that kind of mugging enjoyable, then that's for you. I think the warmth of his performance on Brooklyn nine nine has really kind of re caused me to rethink my feeling about him. And for that reason, I think I'm more open to other people with those kinds of really specific comedic sensibilities growing into different kinds of acting. And it's always funny to make us. He actually they made a movie where he played Adam Sandler, son. And I've always kind of felt like he could have just been Adam Sandler. And like he could have been like, oh, he's making grownups for whatever. And he kind of went this other. He went this other like really cool way to me. And and I've been really happy to see that. So I take back my original assessment of Andy Sandberg. All right. But has that been has your rethink been colored by the fact by the by shallow observation that in the last five years due? Dude has hired a stylist. His hair is better. So he dresses better. So I feel like..

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