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Fresh update on "carol burnett" discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Yes good bye teeth carrying. I haven't seen rafiq is seen it in ages. Lake walter hill. William link died. Gilbert the co creator of colombo. Oh and who was a somebody. I was going to invite on the show with richard levinson. He co created columbo and murder she wrote as well as mannix and ellery queen levin. They was part of levinson link. a longtime collaboration. A couple of sitcom game is Who are legends earl pomerantz. You know the name. No you've seen it on a million shows. He wrote taxi the mary tyler moore show sanford and son road of the tony randall. Show cheers The larry sanders show the cosby show and he was a a a friend of of podcast. Guest ken levine. And jon marcus Jeremy stevens three Three time emmy winning a writer of shows like fernwood tonight which we just mentioned and everybody loves raymond while we're writers. I should just quickly say terrence mcnally and laugh framer terrence. Mcnally's larry kramer absolutely. Let's get them in and salt turtle tab gilbert former partner of bernie ornstein. Who did this podcast. A couple of months ago and turn ornstein. Turtle tab wrote for carol burnett. They wrote that girl. They wrote sanford and son a show they ran. They did a million things and And we wish we We wish we met the man. So thank you. For getting larry kramer and terrence mcnally should had them on my list. That's it for and again. We will always leave people out. But those are the writer. The writers and directors we wanted to mention quickly another couple of important writers. And this isn't necessarily a big showbiz figure. But pete hamill a legendary new york figure Brooklyn born a high school dropout. Who became a major newspaper. Columnist actually won a grammy for writing liner. Notes for a dylan album. I just read his book..
Betty White's Pet Set: A TV Icon's Show Returns After 50 Years
"You may know Betty White from you know the golden girls or perhaps the Mary Tyler Moore show, but whatever lesser known shows is making a comeback. It's called Betty White's Pet set celebrating its 50th anniversary. It's going to be released on digital platforms and DVD Come February, The weekly show featured white welcoming celebrity friends Carol Burnett, Doris Day Burt Reynolds and more white called Pets at one of her favorite shows.
Carol Burnett puts variety, and music, back in her show
"Put the variety back in her show. Many know the Carol Burnett Show on Leah's a half hour sketch Syriza through decades of chopped down reruns. But in its first life from 1967 to 1978, it was an hour long variety show that featured music stars like Ray Charles and Bing Crosby, with Burnett herself, usually leading a theatrical musical finale. Now 65 episodes have been restored and expanded and are streaming on services, including to be and the Roco Channel case.
Carol Burnett granted temporary custody of teenage grandson
"Has been awarded temporary custody of her 14 year old grandson. This is from the judge in this case because the parents, including Burnett's youngest daughter, Are apparently struggling with addiction. Burnett says she filed for the temporary custody for her grandson's sake and does not intend to deny his parent's visitation.
Carol Burnett granted temporary custody of teenage grandson
"The court has granted Carol Burnett temporary custody of her teenage grandson as the boy's mother struggles with substance abuse. A judge yesterday granted the 87 year old and her husband, Brian Miller, custody of her 14, year old grandson, Dylan, West until January. The move came two weeks after Burnett and Miller had filed for custody, saying that her daughter, Erin Hamilton, had been struggling with addiction issues
Meghan and Harry's Montecito Move Causes Headaches For New Neighbors
"Start with the team Z story, Okay? Megan and Harry Montecito move causes headaches. Few new neighbors are already fed up, so I see. This headline, and I think, Wow, Okay, so that sounds like it's straight out of the daily mail. Everybody hates Harry and Megan, you know, showing up to their fancy neighborhood and creating all this chaos. And when you read the story, it basically is T M Z saying, you know, the locals like, for example, quote most locals tell us they want the paps to give it a rest. The paparazzi Because they feel things they're getting to the point where everyone's privacy is being compromised, and they're super annoyed, and they're saying That's because Harry and Megan moved to Montecito, and you've got all these other people in the neighborhood Ellen Oprah, Rob Lowe, Carol Burnett, Jane Lynch and the Kardashians by the way. On. They're all doing their thing in their private little enclave of Montecito, and they don't need all these paparazzi showing up to blow their cover and harsh. They're mellow.
Carol Burnett seeking custody of grandson, says daughter struggles with addiction
"Burnett and her husband are seeking to become the legal guardians of her teenage grandson. As his mother struggles with substance abuse. Theeighty seven year old comedy legend petitioning Los Angeles Superior Court this week to take custody of her 52 year old daughter, Erin Hamilton's 14 year old son, Dylan, Carol Burnett said that they're seeking the status because of her daughter's addiction issues and other circumstances. She says the guardianship is for the boys betterment his welfare and education, and they don't intend to keep him from seeing his parents. Carol Burnett's parents were both alcoholics.
Carol Burnett seeking legal guardianship of grandson amid daughter’s substance abuse issues
"Burnett is seeking legal guardianship of her grandson because of her daughter's substance abuse issues was really sad. I was kind of delving into the history of this. It's very Carroll's Children, and it's been very tragic. You know, she had one daughter, who had severe addiction issues and then was able to kick those and that had cancer and died at 38. And then this daughter has been in and out of rehab, and she's trying carols at 87 trying to get custody of her 14 year old. Unfortunately, I think that's something you know there's a good amount of grand parents that can relate to that. So for the best for them.
"carol burnett" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
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"carol burnett" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone
"We're back thank you. How Spend Jackson Keith? Others a phone call Adamy. Oh really yet please okay. Hello Oh am I the one hundred caller no no. You're you're the sixty eighth caller on on the show. Who is this please? Hi It's Carol Carol Burnett. It is not we are. That sounds plausible. Is this really carol? Burnett not really is everybody. No come on Kale Kill are you. Are you aware that you can win? Any appliance from Roger. Federer's appliance store. As well as you can hang out without a map to the game. If you're the hundred caller what do I have to do? You have one hundred dollar. Well you know. I'll call back when I can be the one hundred sixty eight. I want to be one hundred okay. Eight is good though. Maybe we can get you like a tennis ball or something from Roger Federer's okay. How're you fixed for toilet paper? We'll all right. Maybe we could win that. What do you think that's a good idea? Actually that's a really good idea. Well you know maybe once we exhaust the hundred calls which I know Adam is really happy about having this contest. Oh yes I love it. Did you know that Roger Federer the tennis star has an appliance store? No your role. You're getting. You're getting sucked into Paula's web of lies all right. I'm used to lying. I watched the news. Oh It depends it depends which new now how are you? How are you and yours holding up during the have you taken to eating marshmallows during the no? We're doing okay. I've got my my my husband and I are here and we have a our kitty cat and one day goes into the next day and then the next but we're staying somewhat. Shane by Doing Crossword Puzzles and watching good. Old movie excellent. What was the most recent old movie that you watched? Oh my gosh well. We watched In the rain which I know by heart but I love it singing in the rain. The music man. August To Catches Steve Gaslight all about Eve all those good old you know those are great. Santa raise my wife's favorite movie. I rented a theater for a big birthday for her. Oh Gosh every number is a show stopper. It's absolutely. Oh it's just wonderful to watch it. I I love. This show kept stopping a metaphorical showstopper. Paula I the concession stand. Must've been going crazy on when that was in the theater. Did you see it in the theater? Carol yes I'm that old a Debbie Reynolds was at you. Know she was in it and she was. I think nineteen or twenty years old when she made that movie and she was a year older than I am and so I was eighteen and so I saw the movie in the theater. But then we have it here and it's just like a ritual. I watch it every year and it holds up so great. It's it's wonderful. I recommend it to anybody who can get it. You know. And of course it's a wonderful life with charged that was Stewart's favorite movie and it was Katherine Favorite Movie. They yeah wonderful lot and it bombed when it first came out really. Yep Yep and then what happened was it became a cult classic every Christmas. And so then it just you know and it caught on but when it first came out. It didn't do well at all that I'm on moving giving me. Why have a fantastic piece of singing in the rain Trivia that my wife tells me almost on an annual basis when we watched the movie with their kids which wild filming the iconic singing in the rain number out in the rain gene? Kelly had one hundred and three fever. Yes yes oh you knew that you did. I've met him years ago and we talked about that I was at some function. Then he where he was and I said that was just the greatest number and he said that he was so sick when they were doing it but he had to do it because it was all set up with the the you know the rain and this and that and uh yeah and so maybe that's why his eyes are shining and then of course Donald O'connor doing make them laugh. I mean he knocked himself out for that one and then when it was finished she had to take two weeks off to rest why because he had one hundred and four degree temperature and he was very this is this is little known. Trivia. Carol that they might not have told you what. Donald O'Connor was very jealous of a gene Kelly and so he purposely got himself a higher fever. We're so good together though. Oh my God. He was so jealous of Gene Kelly. That like after they finished shooting the singing in the rain number. Donald O'Connor went out there to the street set an licked every lamppost at Gene Kelly. That that's that's that's a rumor that might be true. And then of course the wonderful Jean Hagen. Who was the billinness in? The movie was so fun. She's my favorite in the whole thing. The unsung hero of the film. Or out funny. She was doing. I remember when Robert Mueller wouldn't testify and wouldn't testify wouldn't testify yes. I was almost certain that when he finally to testify he was going to say. I can't stand it. I thought for sure he was just ashamed. His voice yes exactly. Yeah like he was gonNA assist. He was GONNA sit down and go yeah go. He boarded informally honestly. Yeah Yeah it now Mickey Mouse yes. You drifted Carol. I gotta say with all due respect to Tom. Hanks I have to say Carol. I hope you are the hundredth caller. Eventually in this contest. Because what else is one hundred? Caller Win Paula. They they went any appliance they want from. Roger Federer's appliance store. And they get to hang out with that after the game. So I'm into that. Keep calling back at of enough. I Really WanNa do it you guys. I have to ask my coworkers. Did you guys know that it was Carol Burnett before she said it was coburn? No Paula? How are we supposed to guess such things crying? Tony? I am crying. Tony as is speechless. I'm Joyce I'm like. Oh my gosh well. That's not quite speechless anymore. Never we love you. Carol Burnett Care I want to thank you so so much for doing this and you know. I took time out of my busy schedule during the panthers. Yeah Yeah I had so many other things to do I actually. I'm I'm glad that you put on the back burner for us. That's really flattering. Well thank you know the next time I call. It'll be number one hundred. And I just I I think I would like a blender blender right. Yeah so just put down. Yeah yeah then. I'll call in their damaged appliances so it's a blender that will mix some things but not all all well no but I don't want that I think of something else. All right we're getting you damage blender I'll buy you a blender care everybody stay safe okay you too and thank you so much for calling in talking to you be good. They safe and Sane Youtube until thank you so much. I'm pulling my ear for you. Walk by love you to take care. Okay Bye bye bye my God come through your what Paula poundstone came through Adam. Adam low two hundred. You're not you're not one hundred caller caller number sixty mets. That's good number club year. You didn't even hear.
"carol burnett" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone
"Hey it's just me Paula. Poundstone before the show starts. I want you to know what nobody on this show knows. Which is that. I got Carol Burnett One of my all time idols. I grew up wanting to be Carol Burnett. I got her to call in as a surprise to my co workers on the hundredth caller contests. You should have heard me trying to explain what the hundredth caller contests was too. Carol Burnett anyways. She's going to call in just a little bit and I wanted you guys to know ahead of time. Okay don't tell starving Coming from our houses in Los Angeles California. It's nobody listens to Paula. Poundstone comedy field guide to life tonight. The clue is he graduated from the University of Ottawa with a degree in philosophy and went onto host wizard of Oz. Double Dare and high rollers as well as another show and the answer is is Alex Trebek. That's right Paula. Wants to find out if she can make a living as a game show host who better to adviser and how to hit the Jackpot then the host of jeopardy now. Let's meet our contestants. I'm Adam felber writer and podcast host of North Hollywood California who says he wants kept his Co host on topic for nearly two minutes and now please welcome our returning champion writer from Santa Monica California who continuously leads her podcast into conversational. Double Jeopardy. Paula poundstone hated COMPA. Thanks very much. I would say it's nice to be here but it sounds goofy because I'm just sitting in by pendulum at home or you're in your bedroom my bedroom slash office. Yes excellent excellent. And let's let's say a big thanks to tonight's housebound cellist. Jackson Keith from Plano Texas you know I feel that it's important during the the state home order to keep a schedule and I work really hard all day long and one of the things that I don't schedule in but I ended up doing every single day. Multiple Times is taking off my email deleting all the political solicitations. Now let me just begin by saying I love the post office. Want to save the post office. There's no reason the world the post office should be in jeopardy of any kind the post it should be there a number two Male ballots makes all the sense in the world in the pickle that we are in. We should have mail-in ballots. I have supported both issues. I have clicked on. I have said yes I do. I have donated money but every single day multiple times a day. I get these emails that they'll say an it's from some organization that I don't even know who they're an. It'll say we're so excited you know. Joe Biden has come out in support of mail in ballots and we're so happy and then literally an hour later. It'll go Pala we're crying. Mail in ballots might not make it like this happened. I can't go that roller coaster amend. They'll say we just want your opinion. We want an course your click and it says and by the way an five dollars I and every now and then I've been foolish enough to fall for Z like. Oh can you hear my dog barking yes I can. That's the plan so can America. She's she's telling me that there are people in the alley and that must be stopped. Yeah there's nothing the negative but I get up and yell at her. But it's not gonNA MAKES NO DIFFERENCE WAY. P- ahead into thinking that she just stop until the people walk through the alley she just won't There's a lot of foot traffic in my alley now because everybody's trying to get exercise and stuff and people have in order to avoid one another on the street and the sidewalk. They filter into alleys and my Doug Moe is counting them so what she just told me is. There's ten people in the alley right now. I don't know if I in in that way. Yeah it's very very helpful. Hey speaking of things that are happening during the stay at home order. Let's let's go around the horn and find out if anything new wondering is. I'm like you Paula. I'm desperate for news. Anything that's new in anybody's life is important for me because the endless wash of these days at home starts to get very monotonous. So let's go Rhino Horn a Tony. Anita hull.
Lyle Waggoner, foil on 'The Carol Burnett Show,' dies at 84
"Where you going with a record player well Mike radio in the car broke and you know how I hate to drive without music right while Wagner was the classic tall dark and handsome actor who was often the straight man on the Carol Burnett show he started as the show's announcer he left after seven seasons Wagener also played Steve Trevor in the Wonder Woman TV series that starred Linda Carter I marquees are let us
Robert Conrad Dies: Star Of ‘The Wild Wild West’ & ‘Baa Baa Black Sheep’ Was 84
"Yeah tell us a few stories were Robert Conrad known for his being the wild wild west but he had three or four other TV shows that were very six black sheep he was in a gosh what was the stars when were they competed battle of the network stars a lot of people love them and that probably closer to to our generation the ladies here might have seen that or or of course he was and jingle all the way he was nasty cop and jingle all the way I don't know Robert Connor was just it you someone that really connected with a lot of fans number one because he was so darn good looking all my gosh still in his later years he was just very attractive at all the time for him yeah that pretty good if it's any had these piercing piercing blue eyes that could just pure right three oh and the funny story is that my dad had dinner with Robert Conrad he'd actually it Larry but people may not realize that Larry Manetti who played wreck on magnum I had a very close relationship with Robert Conrad they were very very good friends like brothers pretty much have fought like brothers left like brothers and so my dad had connected with Larry Manetti and was talking about doing a radio show with Larry and I think Larry was like a kind of on the fence he didn't know if he should and that is that you should really talk to my friend Robert Conrad so my dad had dinner with Robert Conrad and he said that he just my dad's got very intense like beautiful green eyes the five green eyes no but they're very intensive you stare my dad's eyes there like wet the you know the like peer three or soul or at least that would that's how I felt when I was a teenager but Robert Conrad would it just have these eyes that looked right back at you my dad always city like peered right through a man you never quite knew where Bob was and so my dad was talking to him about doing a show and and then Bob said all right I'll do it they were going to start out doing politics and Robert Conrad was conservative but he did a political show for about a day and it just didn't feel right to him and so then he did a show that became kind of very unique it was almost like a fan chat room on the air yeah yeah yeah yeah early on he we would book a guest in our so really good gas in fact I was hosting the show one day at I mean I I could name a whole list of people I talked about the one that stands out for me is Kevin Spacey Kevin Spacey used to stand in front of the gates at Robert Conrad house he loved Robert Conrad and I don't say what we will about Kevin Spacey at and I'm sure there are lots of accusations and I'm not going down that road at it will tell you that Kevin Spacey was one of the best celebrity interviews I ever did he was fascinating he respected Robert Conrad digit interesting career and that was one of my favorite moments of problem we were talking to Kevin Spacey together I anybody who is anyone in Hollywood earners for nine I mean it's Connie Stevens Carol Burnett all of them had come through and and Bob show at some point and it was always amazing to me to hear how many of those people that we know bill Paxton who's passed away he was is a fan of Robert Conrad I mean he came in and watching these big celebrities get starstruck around Robert Conrad was just really interesting because I think he had such an impact and on the personal side Robert Khan religious family he loves his fans he does have eight children yeah not a lot of kids and I think towards the end of his life he he softened a little but he was always a tough guy but what really made his whole week is coming into the studio doing is to our show where the fans could talk to him and they come in CM I mean it was like a big deal they'd like book time to come into the studio so they could come and hang out with Bob and they would send him these gifts I mean I'd never seen a radio show whole like Robert Conrad did what with as far as people's generosity they would send him monogrammed bathrobes and crystal sculptures and art work I mean just every week he would get new stuff from people all across the globe from France to add to the U. K. two places and sh I mean everywhere there are like Robert Conrad people all across the globe was so bizarre but it was just it was a fun thing to watch it was fun how much she appreciated that and he'll be missed I mean gosh she was tough and he could stare you down and steer you to your core and then he'd look at you and you know and just give you a big hug so it it's it's it's sad it was it was a sad day for us when we found out but he's been sick for for a little while he'd been not doing you know it as we all do is getting older and so he's right peace now and we're getting older what that's the only alternative right so it's I am happy to know that he's at peace but yeah little tough weekend for us we lost a family
2020 Golden Globes: Winners and Losers
"This is the big picture a conversation show about the seventy seven. Th annual golden in global wards. Amanda here we are once more. We think we know what we're talking about. Enter these things with great confidence even knowing that the Golden Globe boards are famous famously. wonky messy goofy silly stupid and they have shocked us once more. Nineteen eighteen seventeen has won best drama. which I don't think either one of US predicted we in fact you did not pick that I think we thought all four of the other contenders had a good story story? I I do want to say you and I washed together and you. I believe pitched picked joker on our podcast Dixie Irishman. And at one point you shared with me that your wife was going with marriage story and and we watched a two popes commercial and I was like well it could be two popes and you said you. We've now talked about the possibility party of four of the five winners which means it'll probably be nineteen seventeen now. Look you and I are very lucky to have these jobs. We are but I do not claim to know anything like. I'm just going to put this on the table here. I don't I don't know anything. I know people who knows stuff but I don't know anything and this is an example of having any confidence about doing any of this stuff. I thought a lot of Adam. Sandler's character from uncut gems. When that moment happening where I was like this is what must be like to be an awful gambler? I think I went like four for fourteen tonight. Some brutal number. I think you and I are luckily tied at four hundred fourteen. I just WanNa remind you that I very confidently set on the podcast. I I think I got four wrong. That's true and I thought that would have been impressive. It's only get four rowing and four wrong would have been absolutely extraordinary. You would have been going straight to the damn. Am Bank on forum is tough interesting. Telecast tonight I actually thought it was quite a dull show for most of it. There were some head-scratching picks. There were some entertaining speeches. Let's let's we'll get back to nineteen seventeen and all the races. We'll go through race by race but before we do that. Let's just talk. About the telecast itself Ricky Gervais returned earned as the host fifth time he brought a a unique energy the show this year an energy I would describe as fuck all. He really did not seem to care. Think he literally did describe it as that multiple times when he told the audience to go fuck themselves. He was mercilessly bleeped. Throughout out the night He really had the attitude of a person who would be happy to be anywhere else but at this award show I'll be honest. I know it's not cool to set kind kind of enjoyed it you did I. I kind of enjoyed it not because I thought he was funny or useful but just because it was different. I've never really seen that before. There was a train wreck vibe to it you. You kept cackling at like you. Would just he would say something and it would be silent and then and then you would react to the fact that nothing was happening but him just like melting down. I love the idea of people who work at network or a famous person in the audience watching just like quietly recoiling at everything happening onstage on stage. There's something kind of joker ask about that and I I thought your race was kind of like fake provocative. Most of the night and a lot of the jokes. We're kind of like ooh look at me but not actually with anything deep to say about anything which is a lot of his humor in the last five to ten years but he definitely succeeded in bringing just the sheer shear nihilism to the performance. Yeah and I thought that was the one thing that was a mistake. I don't really care about Ricky Gervais xl. I didn't think he was very funny but I wasn't offended ended. My main thought process there is monologue was like oh I really don't like comedy like I don't like the active comedy or anyone who thinks that they're a comedian. It's just like not for me so you know. Yeah that's that's how I spent my time tonight but bio for you by the way comedy. Not For me. It's really not just don't care. I don't think it's funny but I agree that the show is boring and it felt like purposeless a lot of the time and some of that you remarked as we were watching all the commercials for like whatever weird. NBC Plane Show. They were debut and it would say when it was airing on NBC would say like an streaming the next day and there were commercials for Peacock. Doc and Amazon and ethics and all of the platforms and it was just very clear that this is a network. TV like dying right in front of our eyes yes it was a stegosaurus. Soroush slowly falling to its dinosaur needs so hiring someone to stand up on stage and be like this doesn't matter on the one on hand it's true it really doesn't. It's very putting his finger on the truth of the thing but you know they're still trying to get people to watch the show for three hours in order to cover. The advertising is and and to save their network and it I just did. Your Vase just reminded me of like this. Like this is an outdated form like. This actually has no relevance it didn't make me feel feel bad about committing my time to it though for some reason maybe that's just a six drain of my personality. But I I never felt like well I do. Think the show at Townsville purposeless. I didn't think think that his like ruthlessly blase approach to everything. I I just I. I liked it. There was. It was not the same old like back patty glad handing and and also the same Tina fey and amy poehler ask like were above it but will also do the show Biz dance thing you know that. That was raised a characteristic of their three times hosting. I think all of which were pretty fantastic. I I love them as hosts but the tonality of their hosting was always like. Isn't this stupid but also I will perform for it. This was the first time I ever saw anybody in this job. Go like fuck it. I don't care yeah I guess that's interesting as a one one time thing. I don't think you can ever do it again. Right couldn't run it back. Yeah and he swore up and down that he would not be back. I just I understand that reaction. I spent the whole time being like I'm being reminded so many different ways that I have complete control over what I want to watch now and what I content I want to take in and I just. I really really don't need to be listening to ricky surveys right now. which is now because she was defending me or because he was spectacularly unfunny? I was like I don't need this it's a great point I wonder how what what percentage of humans who are watching television. I chose actively to just throw on a streaming service instead of watch this award. Show which is what they would have done. Yeah say fifteen years ago to fascinating thing anything else else to say about your vase. I mean he really just gave his monologue and then came out. And kinda deep side his way through a couple of introductions and that was really the whole show that is true I they will say that the only kind of provocation that I was like I'll give him credit for or the I will remember is every time he would just yell back at the audience. Yes you did it not me. Shades of Amanda hosting play. Yeah it was. It was unusual. I look forward to the future hosts of the Golden Globes. I think we have now served our ricky surveys time. Yes other notable things things from this. TV Show Ellen was was fitted with a with a big old tribute. The Carol Burnett Award which is now an annual award which I guess last year was the first year Carol Burnett won this award and It was interesting I I think on the one hand Ellen. Degeneres is a hugely important figure socially because when she came out that sort of change changed the perception for a lot of people of the gay lifestyle in America and what a celebrity could be in the future. Twenty years of career has been much more about being a extremely extremely rich famous person and posting talk show and I couldn't help but notice an American Express logo in the middle of the montage that to her that did happen and a career highlight montage included her being an American Express commercial. That seemed like Perhaps a subtle metaphor to a lot of the things happening in such an image is to Ellen's career. Yes I agree with that. I will say I thought they keep Mckinnon speech to her was very moving and funny. That was the one time I was like. Oh I do like comedy and and you can see Ellen. Being moved by that. And and that's why she was on the stage. I think I think that's the reason that they can give her the award. Or that's that's the stated reason and then it is also because she's just been on. TV for seven years like printing money for various people. Yeah you the Hollywood. Foreign Press gives out a lot of awards on the night they give out awards to actors and actresses and writers and directors and even composers and Ellen doesn't really do any of those things. She hosts a TV show but there is no best variety show category so she used to be on the Sitcom but that it was a long time ago. Why why was Ellen at the Golden Globes because people who would not otherwise watch the Golden Globes like Ellen and they watch every day on TV and they watched the clips on answering? I gotTa tell you on the instagram explore tab like an interview with someone POPs up. I'll watch that. I'll watch that stuff steph. Every time I wash it into minute increments you know. I also have a lot of thoughts about Ellen's Politics in the last ten years that I'll keep to myself so but but I think did they give her the award because it brings a different audience. Let me ask you this. Where was Dakota Johnson? That's what I want great question that is so good for those of you. Who Don't know there's a legendary moment on the Ellen Show in which she interviewed Dakota Johnson to Johnson Mentioned that she was having a Christmas party. And Ellen said where's my invitation to send it to you. And she said I never got got it. And then they had a bit of a showdown and I think Dakota came out on the other side of that one. The champion is she did because Allen had been invited I believe it to her birthday party. Ellen was out of town and do you know where L.. It was the weekend of Dakota Johnsons Birthday Party. I was she in Amarillo. Texas with George. Yes she was there you go so yeah Ellen was celebrated. That was fine. I tend to enjoy these lifetime. Achievement awards I think one of the sadnesses sadnesses of where the Oscars now is. Because you know no offense but demons like you complain about how long the show is and so we have to lose things. He's like a lifetime. Achievement awards out of the Oscars which gets into the governor's awards which happened months ahead of time. And we don't get to hear about the great works of I don't know Sidney Lumet or Sidney Poitier gay or other great men named Sydney and unfortunately we don't see that at the Oscars we do see it at the Globes and we saw another great tribute to another great great man not named Sydney. This man is named Tom's names. Tom Hanks this was a this was lovely. I was very moved by it. I'm just moving past all the slander. We'll relitigate the Oscars for two and a half hour. Make them you know. Don't link continuous. Shot make a good TV show making good TV. Show that people WANNA watch all the way to save movies. It's the only way to save TV. It's the only way to save like I don't know celebrities and rooms together just make TV. Show anyway. I thought the time hanks was good TV. Because you know who's Great Tom. BUGGING HANGS AMERICA'S SWEETHEART GETS UP. There starts crying two seconds because his family sitting in the wrought Edison because he was on. I think he's a nice person. And he was like someone had fed him Hypno- and he was he was fading out and then he just goes goes into like your uncle who knows a lot about making movies and wants to give you advice mode. It was great told you all about the gate. Yeah the gate cleans. The closing properly is a I also just watching the montage. I just pointed out to me I just really love Tom. Hanks his work and also I was thinking about our podcast and the hall of fame. And I'm really really mad that I caved on. You've got mail. I should have put it in over sleepless in Seattle. I'm just saying that now. I'd like to apologize to the many people who reach out to let me know that they would have supported. Did that decision. I let you guys down. I will say I have not thought about that one. Since can I have thought frequently about how we left Saving Private Ryan off. which was you? It was my fault but I was reminded instantaneously upon that podcast publishing. In fact that podcast went live and I felt like three seconds later. People were like where saving private private Ryan. Even though they had not listened to it we next it saving private Ryan did make an appearance in this montage Tom Hanks's made like thirty bad movies. And it doesn't matter because his good movies are so good in so meaningful to people and his funkier sincere just general good guy nece makes people feel good and he happened to be in a good movie this year which is very helpful. He did not win unfortunately though he was nominated for best supporting actor for Beautiful Day in the neighborhood I thought it was great. I thought you know. That's not really surprising. He he is professionally decent and he seemed like a good person. He was very happy to have his family there. He was very happy to pay a lot of respect to Martin. Scorsese I believe. He gestured towards him three times during his speech which was adorable. You know I just. I wish that there were actually more things like yes. I like to be reminded of the people I like making these movies. That's the whole point of these award. Shows it's not to like breakdown whether nineteen seventeen is going to win at the Oscars like that's rusted. Do the awards shows themselves are to celebrate the great people in the great stuff. I still like that.
Charlize Theron, Daniel Craig among Golden Globe presenters
"Charlize Theron Octavia Spencer Daniel Craig are among the first presenters announced for Sunday's golden globe awards the Hollywood foreign press association also announcing this morning that other presenters will include Sofia Vergara Kerry Washington Tiffany had each Glenn close will Ferrell quite a line up of course Ricky Jr vase will be the host this year you never know what'll happen with Ricky at the podium the evening we'll see Tom Hanks presented with the social be to male walking Ellington generous accepts the Carol Burnett
Ellen DeGeneres to receive Golden Globes' Carol Burnett Award
"Ellen too generous will be honored at the golden globe awards she'll receive the Carol Burnett award for making outstanding contributions to the television medium on or off
Ellen DeGeneres to receive Golden Globes' Carol Burnett Award
"Ellen is gonna get a trophy she is going to be honored with the second annual Carol Burnett award at the golden globes in a January fifth of next year that Carol Burnett award is an award is given to someone who's made outstanding contributions in the television medium both on and off the screen so it's a kind of like a career achievement award kind of like kind of like humanitarian really though when you're out of show business or people told you to get out it's over and when you're older but in a nice that hello does that a lot and gives away a lot of money to charities and she does a lot of good so that's it's
"carol burnett" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"Was Asian. She came into the United. It states to study at this university. She's very very bright and he would have her into his office and they would discuss things about physics and so on so you probably you can see where this is going. He left the author's mother and took up with the student and there was like thirty plus years difference in Orig- and the mother of course flipped out and forever called this woman the home record just very very very very bitter would call call her the home wrecker in front of the child and so time went on and they stayed together wasn't a short lived thing so fast forward to today the mother has passed the way and the father is now a very feeble and she went the author went to visit her father and looked in and saw the home wrecker who is now the wife of several decades feeding him whatever it was he was eating by a spoon and then moving him toward a window where he could see outside. He is in the final period of his life and she is there every single day and the author said I looked in and I so her holding his hand and just saying nothing and I realized at that moment that she wasn't the devil that my mother had made her out to be or that in some way. I felt she was either. My father is bad. Divorces left the loveless marriage and found someone that he could communicate with and even though they were she was much younger. They were kind of so they were soulmates. They and they had physics together. She became some sort of a physicist missus so I mean she was. She was just not looking for a sugar daddy. He didn't have a tremendous amount of money was a college professor but there was something there and I'm not saying that what they did was right or wrong. I'm just saying that I thought it was such an interesting article that this writer could step back back and look at this relationship which hurt her mother so much and say there was something good good there even though my mother was hurt and she is not asking me for anything she she knows that he is is her responsibility and if she were not here he would be he would be your responsibility. I read that article too. I think it was in modern love. It might have been yeah. I read that too vic- The words modern love Sherry at that's where the problem I think it was in the modern I read that too and it was really beautiful and it gave you a lot to think about what I thought it was really interesting that she could be the author could be as honest this that to to give credit to the other woman to realize I would be sitting next to him a lot. I would because I don't thicke. The author was married. I think she was single. I you know when I read that I thought as the child of divorce I thought you know as as a kid you see things so much differently than you do as an adult because you don't know the back story and you don't have any adult knowledge or experience and you have such chom such loyalty to your parents as well you should so it gets really complicated yeah. It was a really beautiful and beautifully written article. I mean I kind of had my own version of that with my mother's second husband. Yeah you did. Didn't you know where he had been well. Of course I my father had demonized her too but he really turned this guy until some cloven hoofed beast then I met him and got to know him like as an adult adult yeah he was a wonderful person and he he was more of a husband to my mother and my father was ever capable mean. Um Yeah now. Divorce is a very difficult thing and if you're just going through a rough patch don't throw the towel in and you know nobody's going to keep that crazy flame going going forever but if it does happen I would hope that you get as lucky as a guest. This woman was that she proved it was not just the fling she proved that it was the that there is a true deep meaningful love their then. She's she's right there doing what she needs needs to do for him right to the end it. It's just another reading that I had so many thoughts. I'm one of them was. This is just another example of how you you don't know what is happening inside someone else's relationship remarriage and you can certainly have opinions and ideas about it but only those two people know what that marriage relationship is and then you pause for a second and you say for the wife the first wife and end the husband. What would their existence had been for the last thirty years if she was miserable. Maybe she's just miserable person maybe she she was miserable with him. He definitely was going to be miserable so to people are going to be miserable for the rest of their lives. We but we all know that is a thing that half. Oh it is over there. We had had listeners right now that are going through that. They're not in their head about that right now and it's it's tough because you do take this vow. You know so I mean like we always say choose wisely. We don't always do we always say choose wisely and and hopefully not often yes but who to strike. It was really really well done. If I can find the link I'll post it up so that everyone finals can read it too because it does give you a lot to think about us. It's Bob and Sheri get the Free Bobbins Jerry instantly. Get the PODCAST. The on cast and Bob and Sheri offense is I was just thinking about the article you were talking about. If you're just joining us I posted the link to the article about the woman whose parents got divorced. When she was a child. It wasn't until her father was quite old and really poor health that she appreciated that the woman who had been described her basically as the devil level home wrecker that he had left her mother for thirty years younger was actually his true life partner so it's it gives you a lot to think about and and it's a good thing that we have articles like that and books and movies because it's almost impossible to learn those kind of lessons from your own parents like what she experienced is unusual much. Do you really be honest. How much do you really know about your mom and dad's marriage you're right. I don't know it to the depths but I have a pretty good idea of would it was based on what you could see. I mean did either one of them ever talk to you in any deep really meaningful way about their marriage urge other feelings. I never see so. You'll never you only can go on site to folks that they never said I love you. Bobby and I know I was loved but those they were not demonstrative. People that way I mean Max. How much do you know about your mom and dad's marriage outside of what you've witnessed. Actually my mother did toward toward the end of her life. Talk to you about it. You know I said it. I Oh you told her yeah. I'm sorry over to you Max. Do you know what are you really know other than what you've scene with your eyes. wow see what. I knew you know. I don't know if I want to talk about this. I mean and I'm not trying to no you don't have to. I mean there are certain things that should it. I think that you know sometimes. There's an unhappiness and sometimes there's there's a longing I things aren't always what they appear to be right and my my father. My father talked to me a little bit about that. So That's unusual that your dad shared that with because we had a moment together and this was probably I dunno I was visiting them for Christmas and we were hanging Christmas Mus Lights and he had this conversation with me. I think it's kind of rare that you really know something about your parents marriage. That's deep and personal and private Dr. I think people out of my parents probably Max's parents. Era did not reflect about their relationship. Openly it it was we got married and we're going to stay married by God. I mean most people from that area whether they were happy or not. That's what happened. I think one of the things that's changed for the better. Chris People are more honest with themselves about who they are bread and what they WANNA do with their lives and they were then. I think the idea was you're. GonNa get married. You have children you sacrifice that stuff and you ignore that stuff because it's it's really out of the norm right and so everybody kind of get into this little cookie cutter way of doing things and I think that that was something that you know I. I think that's just what you did and you didn't question add to that. The fact you know my parents are Catholic. I always brought up Catholic Affleck and they'd held very very true to that once. You get married that it's for our yeah I'd I don't think that people who came from that generation and for most of the listeners that that would probably be their grandparents generation. I think they didn't expect for mom to look like Christie Brinkley at sixty three or for Dad to be the life of the party at sixty three. I think they expected to get older like their parents. Got Older other than this clinging to youth didn't exist back then. It's just a good thing we have the arts because that's how we know you know more more about the marriage and relationship in that article. You read probably about your parents. That's true for most of us. As far as the details go yeah yeah.
Blockbuster Exec 'Struggled Not to Laugh' At Netflix When They Offered to Sell For $50 Million In 2000
"Back in the year two thousand the CO founder of Netflix Mark Rudolf. He was the first CEO of net flicks was able to get a meeting with the C. E. O. of blockbuster. I named John and Yoko and this meeting eating was going to be in Texas so Marc. Randolph and his netflix executives jumped onto a private jet owned by Van Away. Yeah that's right from wheel of fortune. She has a private ship when she's not using it. She charters it and let other people use it on so that's just one inside note. Here is also making money off of chartering a private jet that sinking letters she doesn't even turn them she ports letters for a alluded go back around the fire we go so the net flicks team gets on. Vanna White's private jet and they fly Dallas and they meet with the CEO of blockbuster and and the other blockbuster executives and the Netflix guys pitch a plan to blockbuster. They said we need to merge blockbuster. We've got Dr Incredible Netflix. Dvd By mail operation which seems to be going very well and you've got all of these stores think what we could do take gather and and the CEO of blockbuster. people in the room said was struggling not to bust out laughing in their faces. No kidding it at the time. Netflix offered blockbuster net flicks for fifty million dollars which is a lot of money and in the year two two thousand when this meeting went down Netflix was actually losing money. They were going to lose like eight million dollars that year. Netflix wasn't then what it is now fifty the million dollars in this league at this level is chump change even then right fifty million dollars and at that point the C. Joe lost his composure and started of blockbuster and started to giggle and the whole deal went down they got laughed out of the room and the net addicts team got back on Vanna White's plane and they headed back home to their headquarters now at first blush. You're saying what an idiot the blockbuster. CEO Oh was but given the time and given the situation that Netflix was in and given their delivery system which when they were sending those to your house I always thought was a little oh sketchy as far as a business platform. I don't think the blockbuster guys were really stupid. Guys now what you know now. I don't think the the blockbuster guys were paying enough attention and here's why when I was a freshman in high school I remember learning that soon in movies were gonNA come to our houses over the phone lines and that was significantly before the year two thousand. I see what you mean so they weren't they were cocky and arrogant again and they weren't paying attention to what was coming down the road just a couple of years later. Netflix went public with a market cap of six and a half billion dollars yes and then seven years later they began offering streaming movies as opposed to DVD. Reynolds meanwhile blockbuster peaked in two thousand and four and went bankrupt in two thousand ten. The streaming thing was the key you're right. They should have been aware that straightening was going to become as the old delivery system through the mail was not not that big of a competition a blockbuster anybody that was paying attention knew that the the DVD's through the mail and the DVD's at the store there was an a a ticking clock on that store it right right but the blockbuster guys were so arrogant and so- dismissive of this little scrappy weird startup that nobody's ever heard of that they left them out of the room and back onto Vanna White's and today net stream is a global force of domination and and blockbuster is a punchline on
"carol burnett" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"When social media became came to thing many employees of these clubs reached out to Eddie had he said quote when twitter came out. I think that every chick that ever climbed the poll was trying to get in touch with me. My Wife Shut me down in twenty minutes of you have every stripper in America trying to call you saying Oh. I love music. I use it every night our friend and he's a comedian he worked in radio in Philadelphia for a rock station a morning zoo show and Eddie money at the very beginning of his career when he it was really breaking Eddie money came into the studio one morning it was a guest and was telling stories and was so out of control that he was dropping not intentionally but you know just talked he's dropping f bombs and there was no delay at this do they had no and say thank. God a delay the next day yeah they did. They nicknamed it the Eddie Money Button. Is that right yeah. You know it fun radio story for you you you know what I. I don't think that it was on purpose. I think Linda Ronstadt said this wants musicians. Go out on the road and you're with a bunch of guys right and you're in tough situations and you're setting up and you're tearing down and you're on a bus and you're on a plane. She said that when she would get off the road from touring with basically basically the eagles before they became the Eagle. She said it would take me about two months to clean up. My language wasn't any money a cop in New York he was not he was not okay so he was like a police recruit or something but he didn't go. I just read an article about this because New York paper says let's clear this up so oh he was never an actual policemen. I know police cadet or some. I don't picture him as a police recruiter. Do you recruiting they. Were always okay. You know one of the things I work in radio on facebook and social media and every one of them said the same thing when he came in he gave his all he always was nice. He was never afraid to sing at seven o'clock in the morning I mean I think he's one of those guys that just love being a life stream. I know so many people whose aversion of their dream came true and they're just pissy seeing miserable people with joy. I saw him about three years ago in his daughter sings as part of this show too and she's really who is he still able to hit the notes yeah. He was pretty you know was he. On the Dan rather big interview I've seen he was. I saw that episode so if you if you ever get a chance to watch him and his family is in it he's in it really entertaining yet. It's very racist to in smoke cigarettes.
"carol burnett" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"High school who had had an insanely loudspeaker system in their car rather your brother cops in. Ohio pulled over and Amish horse and Buggy the other night about forty miles east of Cleveland and the Horse and Buggy had a massive sub woofers system built into the speakers were facing forward so apparently the people people in the buggy could rock out while the buggy down the road at eight miles an hour when cops stop them about one o'clock in the morning they abandoned did Thayer horse left a twelve pack of Michelob ultra on the roof of the buggy and ran into the woods police found several other open bottles inside and they told told the budget to an impound lot and the waiting to see who comes forward to collect the horse that Romney spring assures getting wilder under as the technology right wow but you know like as your as your amish breaking bed go because now we're miles an hour. Today's more out of the day comes to from Miami Gardens Florida Fiv stare broke into the prime trading in hair and wigs warehouse and stole eighty thousand dollars in merchandise. That's right. They snatched eighty grand worth of wigs each each one of these waves. Apparently these are very high quality or up to about eight hundred dollars. Wow what a week cost really well. If it's made of real human yeah yeah and you think about the beyond says the whigs beyond say whereas you think Green Bay is wearing a cheap we the owner of the Whig Warehouse Said said that the thieves knew what they were doing and they were in and out in less than five minutes with their eighty thousand dollars worth of snatched wigs text word Moron to eight eight eight two six to seven four three seven and we will send this directly to your just mentioned Tina Turner because she was famous for are having these wonderful wigs the York Times piece on her because she's getting her own. She's not going to start but her own. Broadway show the life of Tina Turner and she answered at the door. When the reporter came to her door in Switzerland the fabulous wig and bottom line she sat down and they said you miss performing and she said I don't miss it and I like getting up like ten o'clock eleven o'clock two o'clock in the afternoon and she also said that she doesn't think she's ever going to be able to forgive Turner Yeah. Yeah let's move along. I guess this Guy Really wanted graffiti a slur but he just couldn't decide on the right slur twenty-four-year-old a four year old. Paul Scott was busted on Sunday for spray painting a slur on the wall of a bar bathroom Melbourne Florida. He spray painted slur L. You are you know. This is an example of he's got the general. Oh I D- it's the nuance he was Mitterand's missy. He'd be better off just painting. I'm a naughty boy or something like that. There's something that's almost like performance art about what he did. 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Fuel Daily Harvest Dot Com twenty five dollars off your first box back to the show and stuff you won't hear on the show the Bob and Sheri cast on the Bob and Sheri APP. Get it now in store or Google play okay. ABC has announced the new contestants for the Bachelor and I'll tell you what Peter Webber this season's bachelor her. I don't know when he's going to have time to dry off between hot. Tub splashes helicopter rights and picnics because there is a long list of names and in these names. I'm GonNa read. The names really fast pay attention. One of these names is not like the others see if you can catch it here. We go this season of the bachelor. It's season twenty four which would make you think it's been on since your grandparents were growing cotton but I think it's actually been on for about five years and they just do it. Six Times a year. Here we got season twenty-four for we have Victoria Victoria Tammy Sydney Cheyenne Savannah Sarah Peyton Natasha McKenna Meghan Marissa's Madison lexi Loren Loren Kylie Carrot Kelsey Kelly Katrina Jasmine Jade Haley Hanna Eunice the android Courtney avonlea Alexis Alexa Eliah Eunice Eunice. There's there's a UNICEF on the bachelor. There's a unison the country there's a UNICEF who is eighty seven years old. That's right. I said I I can think of is Eunice Kennedy. I did not expect to see the name Eunice make a comeback do you think do you think that was an outlier or do you think Eunice could make a comeback well well. How old are the bachelor contestants anywhere from twenty three to thirty. Maybe twenty-three I'd say twenty eight our Eunice Yoon. AC- don't what the sea is for Aletsch. All guests Unisys from Chicago is for Chicago Yunessi from Chicago. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Would you consider naming a girl Eunice. I Love Love Love. Old fashioned names does not one of my favorites. No it's not terrible. You know it's really it's not like which which one could I pick. I was going to say Beatriz but Beatrice actually as made made a good comeback with roaming military culturing a mildred yeah so it's mildred or use ethel or Eunice. I'd go with units over Ethel Jeff. I think over mildred due to the problem with Mildred Pierce movie. The Joan Crawford killed military well. There are two things that are wrong with mildred. It's so close to dread head drill. Do these are two things that yeah not sexy not sexy and I you know I apologize the all all the millions out there. There's only three that was my mother specimens name but Melchior molter yeah. Have you ever known a Yunus. That wasn't a famous person. Listen you know I've never known I've only the only unison ever heard was Kennedy and Oh yeah yeah yeah yeah that old Sitcom Yeah..
"carol burnett" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"Now broadcasting from the police show Bob and Sheri Studios Is Bobbing Sharon. If I knew what the property brothers were to become I would have paid way more attention in shop class to learn how to fix something or build something and it would have had myself clone sh there could be two it could be two of me and then we both you have to get plastic surgery because we're not that good looking those guys. Did you know one of them. You know who is dating idea now. She's one of my favorites yeah one all of them Jonathan Scott Stating Zoe Chanel yes and do you know how much money they made last year. I just say it fast because it's going to a half a billion dollars. Yeah just get out. get it out half billion dollars and they're good lookin' can really good-looking last month. Jonathan's brother Drew Scott posted pictures of the two of them in a car with Zoe and her sister emily. They were filming an episode of Carpool Karaoke. That's how they met Bob. That's how they met. They met doing Carpool Karaoke. What was Jonathan even doing with Carpool Karaoke he and his brother and siblings he and his brother and Zoe and her sister? Emily's also an actress the TV show bones. That's emily national their father. Here's Hollywood trivia fun fact their father is the Academy Award Winning Director Photography Caleb Ruseno Yeah Anyway Okay so they they were guest. James Corden was doing like a sibling thing and that's how they met and sparks flew out now. He's dating Dacian. I'm sorry sweetie. Here's the thing that's those guys and they seem like they're so nice. They're so handsome and you know they seem like good. It doesn't seem like a hard GIG. If if I paid attention in shop class I swear to God. I could have done something like that. This is one of those moments when we all have to gather around and give Bob our support your condolences as he works his way through this even though these are not jobs or people that he won it. The idea that this reality exists wrists is causing him pain. We all take a moment and be kind. They're twins. They're handsome half a billion dollars in look there with I know us we leave. I should call my brother and we should have a show together because you know Eric actually has skills he can put up a lot of ceiling fans and light fixtures and stuff. One of his boyfriends when I left college was a home decorator on Eric had to do all the when he wasn't flying around the world right he would he would fill in and put up my lights and stuff like that so we could do a show like that. Yeah we would have to watch. You have skills the fights. That's what they the law. I'm not supportive of anything. My brother does neither is he for me so that would be the most interesting part see. That's the exact opposite of property brothers you you. You would have some grit it right That's one of the saddest things that you've said. There are so many let me just remind you. Did you hear what he just said. You gotta remember. He said my brothers and supportive of anything I do and I'm not supportive of him. Well I'm just saying I'm just saying if we got onto a show show like that and we start of course he would tell me that his decorating skill which I will give him credit for that but not on national TV he would say his decorating skills are much better than mine. Well let me let me ask you this. Would you be able to be a little bitchy on the show. My really doesn't need to be on the show pitchy in general. Let me rephrase that. Could your brother dialed down. I tell you that would be that might be a successful show. Tiso Todd. Is this macho okay. You Know Father Right. He's got his own thing kind of rock and roll thing going in. His brother is very stylish tied spread. There would be so great eight on reality. TV Todd's brothers dog lives better than you ever have or will. What do you mean would even dog. The dog's favorite food is pizza and here's just one example what there's like one night a week. That's pizza night for the doctor gets pizza night when we were back to visit one time we were having Spaghetti and meat sauce or something like that in Herrick was like Oscar doesn't really care for Spaghetti too much so he's like Mary. It's just empty cavity over so he made the dog is own little meatloaf and mashed potatoes and the dog has his own seat in the car and when he gets it's in the car he has a specific cop and you have to put it in the cup holder so he drinks water out of it and if you take him to the dog park like my brother took him the dog park coin date for some reason the dog park was closed and my brother took him to another park. The dog wouldn't get out of the car it had to be his Madonna Yeah and then he then he took him to get ice scream after and it wasn't the same ice cream place they went to the whole time. The dog didn't eat the nothing you're right. I called her about something that he had some people food. Luxury careening fed the dog like I can't believe you it might even piece is on. I can't believe you cut that off and gave it to your dog and he said to me well. The the dog can't cut it himself. Alf Point just missed it because that's not a part of the dogs reality. I'm sorry sweetie but dog is leading leading a better life than I have. My father took me to dog parks. Left me the we. We didn't have a dog at the time. He knew you need it. More rid of Ryan met well to be a property brother that must be so we've called you the property brother but quite different another property brother aw it's stuck wool here on the show the Bob and Sheri hot cast on the Bob and Cherry. I'm going to a wedding next month month. Where it's very unusual? The ceremony is on Friday night and it's very private just family and very close friends and then Saturday is like a festival party party reception Costume Party and so I'm trying to decide what the actual weddings is the day before and then the celebration the party hardy their -ception wedding festival but it's not really they're not calling reception. They're calling it more like a festival. There's GonNa be music and food and everything like you would expect expect but I think there are also games and scavenger hunts and everyone is encouraged to come and his arm renaissance festival sort of theme or anything you want can be anything anything and the the this is taking place at a at a campground where all all of the campers are like restored vintage airstream mom actually staying being in of restored vintage airstream. I've always wanted to do that yeah. There are places all over the country that do that so it's cool got one so the the way it's working out. Olivia can't go because she's completely out of town. Mean Care Mehan Kevin Uncle sparkles are going to go to the wedding on Friday Friday night but Karen Kevin have to leave really early the next morning because she has dance and debating bunch of other stuff so sparkles and I are going to attend the Costume Party together. What what are you GONNA be well. I I called him yesterday and said sparkles wing me to strategize our costume. What do you want to be. You want to be Star Trek characters. Do you want to be the grimace in the hamburglar. Anything you want you want to be like the people from green acres you want and so he suggested that he could be scooby. Scooby Doo and I could be Velma do they both have to we want you wanted to we wanted to because. I was going to suggest that you go is Sean Spicer with the the green shirt into the white pants. You Know Rick. That's there's the idea of Rick Coupon Spicer dance the dancer Yeah Ah that's killer and an is at this weekend. No no no. It's it's in three weeks but here's the that's still kind of will be around not that. It'd be better for this weekend..
Man charged in death of Anguilla hotel worker facing death threats
"A Connecticut man tells us he fears for his life tonight Scott Hapgood is facing manslaughter charges on the carribean island of Anguilla and the death of a resort worker Carol Burnett has new details of the terrifying confrontation in a vacation paradise Scott Hapgood was vacationing with his family and Anguilla hotel last April Kenny Mitchell a hotel employee dressed in uniform and it had goods room in the afternoon what happened next is unclear but the violent encounter resulted in Mitchell's death and Hapgood charged with
Comedy Legend Tim Conway Dead at 85
"Time EMMY award winning actor, Tim Conway has died. He was widely known for playing alongside Harvey Korman in the Carol Burnett show planning to the three minutes. Okay. That would be flight. Don't tell me more recently. He played the aging superhero. Barnacle boy on Nickelodeon SpongeBob squarepants. You're
Comedy legend Tim Conway, star of 'The Carol Burnett Show,' dead at 85
"McKinney. Just getting word in the past half hour. So the comedian Tim Conway has passed away. Tim Conway I gained a national following the nineteen sixties on Mikhail's navy, but it was those memorable characters played on the Carol Burnett show for which he best remembered. Cady come in her. Right now. That's right. In the late eighties. Tim Conway began starring in a series of popular satirical. How sports videos as Dorf in extremely short. Swedish, man. More recently voiced the character barnacle boy. On the Nickelodeon cartoon SpongeBob.
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"I was wondering if you had fun at the gala last night, it'd be say gala. I said gala because I didn't think they'd let me and if I said gala because I wanted to sound more sophisticated so I went with gala to say gala apples or gala apples Gill apple gala. Yeah. Can also say gala. Yes, there's the third option. Thank you, married. So true what a bunch of goofy. Looking people. The apples or the people at the gala is just the craziest thing you don't understand this at all. And I heard Dean Richards talking with Steve Cochran about Katy Perry wearing the chandelier dress. All I could think of was Carol Burnett coming down with the curtain rods. Exactly. Yes. In the gun with the the Kurbanov show. Well, they go out of their way. I mean, it's no here. Here's a shocker from the world of fashion. The game here is to outdo. Everybody else know that's the tradition at the met Cala gala. What is the purpose of the met gala gala gala? I think it's a big charitable fundraising. It is it is for the Metropolitan Museum of art no for charities. I think nothing. I don't think it's for the museum. I don't know the answer to that. How much is a ticket? I wonder thirty thousand dollars per person or if you wanna table two hundred seventy five thousand dollars. That's your best value is that you're like a place to go to be seen to be the who's who of what's what what's not something. Like that. I can't imagine. I mean, I know it's going to charity. So that's good news. It is going back to the met for there. It is. But imagine spending that much. Anything if you had that much and your celebrity, I think you'd want to be seen there. I would I would have to have that much times a hundred so that that wouldn't take a dent out of me, you know, and forgive what they say about right may dresses, this one you never wear net for although this would be a perfect opportunity for you to debut your tuxedo. Baseball cap, right. Made of the same material that tuxedo for dress up your case. Sometimes you gotta you gotta dress your best, but you still wanna feel a little casual. So it's the tuxedo. Baseball cap. You're right. I need a celebrity or to to get behind that one of the dads. Adid Adidas dead. I don't know what Jonas's will Jonas. I one of them the Jonas brothers think. They're the Janis the Janis thirty thousand dollars per person. Oh my God. What do you? What does that include price of entry for the medicine show up and down by designer which can cost thirty five thousand dollars some jewelry? You get a heck of an expensive evening. No jacket required. Yeah. Stephen one tank tops next year. Quite honestly, if you decorate it in some way, feathers or something. That funds raised at the met gala about over twelve million last year's event raised over twelve million dollars. So a lot of money. It's been held for seventy three years since nineteen forty eight. Or any of the original attendees there last night? No, that's too bad. And. Wow. That's just too much. So you get I'm hoping you get your choice of appetizers soups salad. Dinner any favors. A favor. You know, you get to blow into the favorites. Come afterward. I don't know this is from fortune dot com. And they do not have any information about goodie bags is it one of those events where people lined up outside to watch the limos pull up and the celebrities dressed in chandelier garb come out is there is there a red carpet type thing. Well, there's certainly for the press so third half to be right. The met ball or met gala gala gala is the fashion world quivalent of the Oscars. And. James beard award. I'll tell you. It's. Holding his own head. Could you see that? Yeah. What I d is do you turn down? When you go with that one. Tippy suggest to you that they go. Now, I need something a little little juicier than that. Thanks is the deal to be more outlandish than the next person or to demonstrate a fashion that's going to happen because who's gonna wear their head on a plate. I don't I don't think anyone has the intention of these fashions taking off Schindler dresses are not going to be all the rage in two thousand nineteen twenty twenty eight. Yeah. A couple of years down the line, but not not immediately. Who gets invited to the gala the world's best achievers in all the spheres of music, film, Broadway and fashion as well as simple supernova personalities the list changes
"carol burnett" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"And I didn't think of it that way. They said you're going to alienate the entire south. We're really worried and. What happened? We never knew. We didn't think we were. I going to do it more than one time one time, but I loved it so much said, let's let's do some more right? So we wound up doing everything about thirty five of them probably more than any other sketch. Well, it was Bob Mackie's idea to make Vicky mama in because even though she's a few years younger than us exceed years younger. Yeah. He said, you know, we only again thought we thought we're going to hire an older woman with. We just put Vicki and a fat take off the eyelashes and stick a wig glasses on her and she'll be fine and liquid has lily. Well, another one out my kid sister wind up being my mother. Well, the, I'm sure the other one that you're probably asked about as much as anything or the other element, and I apologize in advance for asking again, but Tarzan, where did this Bello come from? And also is there a trick to doing it? Well, we'll it came from when I see the movies as a kid was nine or ten years old, and I had a beautiful cousin who the same age, and so we would act out the movies. So if it was Nelson Eddy Ginette McDonnell she was beautiful when she was be Ginette and I'd be Nelson. So guess who was Jane guess who was Tarzan, right? So I developed yell, I just imitated it and it's yodel. That's all it is. It's yodel. There's no chance remind us, would you not right? But I never taught it to Beverly sills, really brilliant, wonderful. Dear friend opera singer. She said, how do you do? I said this just a yodel and she did. Did it a great vocal exercise? It's fantastic. So the show came to an end in seventy eight. And I want to ask you, people may not remember the during its run. You were also doing other things. You were the first lever Evert appear on Sesame Street. The first episode of Sesame Street in nineteen sixty nine. You did some films with very good directors, Martin Ritz Pete until he in ninety seventy two Billy wilder front page and seventy four. And then after the show ended, you are doing great movies with great directors, particularly with Robert, ma'am a wedding in ninety seventy eight and health in nineteen eighty. And then I'm sure you hear all the time about any nineteen eighty two for John Huston. I think that was probably my first production seeing as miss Hannigan and you've done all kinds of memoirs in tours and all kinds of things in the years since the Carol Burnett show. But why is it that probably anywhere you go the first thing, the thing that most people will want to talk to you about is the caliber net show which really by the way was also the last me. Musical variety pretty show that we've seen. Yeah. Well, you know, we were there for eleven years and a lot of people grew up with it. Yes, you know, as I now, I'm getting fan mail from kids who watch it. It's just. I don't know maybe because a lot of people grew up watching it. It's a part of their childhood and for you to go back fifty years after it started to stage thirty three, the same where you shut it at CBS salvage studios and do this great special that was produced by dick Clark productions that aired last December third. And now it's nominated for two Emmys. Yeah, and we're going to release it releasing a copy of it with bonus features. This is I think coming September. Eleventh mean. Yeah. You know, we have bonus features that we couldn't the time away from. So they're, they're added testimonials, their stuff where we kid around between while the changing the set kid around with the audience wasn't fun for you. I mean, you're there with Vicki and Lyell..
"carol burnett" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Oh, that was so sweet. And those had been your first times on TV, right. And it was while you were in once upon a mattress that you now had your first regular gig on TV. This is the Gary Moore show you were on from nineteen fifty nine to nineteen sixty two. This was a variety show, and I've read that you a thought very highly of Gary more just from your working with them, but also that that was in some ways later a model for the Carol Burnett shuts. Right. What was it about that show that most impacted you? The music, this catches being able to do different characters and working with Gary. He was the most generous man. We would be sitting around reading the script for that week or something. You know, derby Kirby was the other second banana. He was very funny and Gary might have a joke or a punchline, and he'd look at it and say, you know, give this to Carol or give it to. There were, they can say, it's easier than I can that to me that impacted me so that when I had my own show. Okay. Said Carol Burnett show, but I wanted a true rep company where I would be supporting Harvey in a sketch, right? Vicky would be supporting him or even though it had my name we shared. And I think that is one of the features that has lasted was our show that nobody tried to hog it right. And in fact, Tim, you, I cross paths with on the Gary Morsch, but I didn't work with them on that show. He just happened. He had he had a bit that he did, and that was it. You obviously resonated on the Gary Moore show because coming out of that, you had this unbelievable in so many different ways. The fact that it's a ten year contract you're signed to. I don't think there are tenure contracts anymore for anything, but you sign with CBS and there would require me to do a special. And to guess shots year for ten years. And then there was a Covey at that within the first five years, I had some kind of an agent. I'll tell you if I wanted to push the button, CBS would have to give me thirty one hour. Comedy variety shows Mumba mumble, VO and ice. Well, I'd never wanna do that. I'm not a gardener, not a host. I never thought I would, but then the last week of the fifth year when that would be up my husband and I were not doing too wealth financially in five years into a contract. The contract. Yeah. Yeah. So it was the last week. It was between Christmas and New Year's otherwise, that particular caveat would've been up, right? So we said, okay, we can push the button. Let's just contextualized for listeners though. Why that was such a kind of revolutionary thing in a way, because I want to quote what Mary McMahon and the LA times. Writer, there wrote, quote, women back then didn't do comedic variety. They did musical variety. Allah the Dinah Shore show close quote. So what was it that even, you know, it's so thinking outside the box in those days to think that that was something even to do. Right. Well, I thought it was because that's what I'd been doing on Gary show. So I didn't think I'm a woman, right? You know. And so when I called CBS New York to push the button, yeah, they forgotten. But they offered offered that he'd totally forgot. This is a vice president who is a very nice man. He's, oh well along it back to you. I said, I bet they got a lot of warriors out of Christmas party, right? You know, and he called back the next day and he said on, yeah, I see that Carol variety. Comedy variety is a man's game. He said, it's sid Caesar's. Milton Berle now, Dean Martin Jackie Gleason. It's not for you gals. What did you think when he was saying? Well, I understood you because that was. That was what it what. But anyway, we got this great half hour sitcom called, here's Agnes. Oh God. Let's you would've made fun of on the Carol Burnett show. And I said, I don't wanna be Agnes. I said, I wanted to be different people..
"carol burnett" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"If you're a smaller movie was to bring attention to your movie so that you would make more money in box office. And if you're shortening that window, it's going to hurt those films. In my opinion, I know why they're doing it. They feel that the award season lags and by the time the Oscars roll around everybody's seeing these same people on stage ten million times, I get it, but that's not going to change. People are just going to jump the academy and cram shows into the window before the Oscars. It's just going to create a more hectic and frankly, draining shorter Oscar season, and you lose the benefit of the actual viewership for these films and playing with the counter like this. It's gonna affect a lot of things. Somebody people have pointed out today that Sundance is now going to be more of a campaign stop for contenders. Santa Barbara film festival is going to be affected. They're gonna have to move up. If their model of honoring contenders is still get a stand. The Grammys are going to be affected date wise by this Berlin film festival is going to be. So there's a lot of ricochet effect here. Look to me the academy had two options you adapt or you die. Basically, they're continuing to plummet in the ratings and what they had is not working. So they have to do no matter what they did. They're going to piss off some people. I just think they've done some savvy things. They've done some things that seem a bit ham fisted that is undeniable. So we will see. How pans out keeps us on our toes, Matt. Thank you for coming in. And now for my interview with Carol Burnett recorded at the Santa Monica offices of dick Clark productions, which produced the Carol Burnett fiftieth anniversary special..
"carol burnett" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear
"As wrapped in paper still in the trauma pair buddy said good i can i he gets in the car and he's driving down this little small street in the valley and there's a corner where there's a head and he always knows there's a cop there so he purposely purposely did not stop at the stop sign you just kind of rolled on through so the cup would stop him yep and comedy the cuff pulled him over that and walked to who was behind the wheel and i said okay let me see your license and tim looks at him and gives him this licensed still in the twenty he would like that for himself said gonna cup recognize e c yeah he's you know mr combo any canoe tim was drunk i guess it might have gotten him out of the car to walk around i have no idea right yeah funny and he was just the master of of you say that he would ask the director okay all the shots you need right we would tape the show five and tim would do everything the way we'd rehearsed it then he'd go to our director dave powers and he's did you get all the shots the l okay so for instance os telling paul before so he would say okay than in say hotel room sketch when i walk over to the window don't be on a waste shot to be on a head to toe shot and that's all he would tell anybody we didn't know what he was going to do at that window the cameramen didn't know the director didn't know everybody was winging it you know and tim would add maybe four or five minutes to the sketch.
"carol burnett" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear
"Oh my and then when we did our taping we did it like a broadway show you know and we did two shows on friday one at five and then we'd get notes one day and will be out in time to take our guest starts to dinner really we did the same thing all the shows were to we taped to five o'clock at eight o'clock for two different orients exactly as you did today the everybody is suing it live does one show for seven hours tell me i did a guest shot on a couple of sitcoms and it's like at this one we pre to show back to the audits pretape about ten minutes so that lift is what out of twenty one minutes twenty two minutes nothing you know to do another ten or eleven minutes to tape in front of an audience five hours i thought i was gonna lose everybody has something to say everybody has one of the game end yeah they run it by committee so that we would do a scene and then the writers would get together and they'd run out and tell us okay say this and that now we're going to do the scene over in front of the same poor audience locked in there for our i couldn't stay there there is there something different about the we heard the way they hearse and yeah they i like to rehearse in a rehearsal hall yes old school rodway theater hurts the hall and then go on camera for blocking and then do the show you know but they do it they rehearse it on the sets you know some when when you're doing a scene then saying okay now we're going to go to the kitchen and everybody has to move chairs and everything because it's like a choo choo train for and it's not lit at all so you're really.
"carol burnett" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear
"You know they wrote vibrancy and they wrote the song for all family right that's oh are lasalle and great sheldon heartache sheldon heart birdie west bernie west mickey ross yeah yep they were there were there and then the following year went to tamam which was in the poconos and the same thing i it was really trading in the county called the catskill yeah yeah it was great training you know and that doesn't exist anymore but the but the the the speed with which you would have to put these things at the schedule for the carol burnett show and i thought when in one of your books you you break down the schedule weekly schedule honest when i thought they're going to have to get started at six am i going to be finishing at ten pm and it was not that at all no we did it just the way we like garry show and fact when i got my show i got the head writer from gary show to come out we got the same producers the head writer was arnie arnie rosen at that time and he flew out came out they took the chance the choreographer from gary show associate producer even the one of the head dancers don crichton came out so it was seamless we just went right into it and i could take my kids to school in the morning rehearse do all stuff and be out in time to pick them up from school.
"carol burnett" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"And what what what concert she said we now the one this weekend at the philharmonic were doing follies i said you mean with it i i didn't know the lyrics and oh what am i gonna now i'm immersing myself with lyrics and i went to the director i said i thought i was going to be reading the lyrics cannot come i ask this but could i have some cute cards because very tricky and these okay so they got cuecard but the situation was there was no pit or anything where i could run the car there were behind me helpful q i'd have to go saying in the six i couldn't do that luckily i got through it but it's on youtube if you ever see it you will see the most frightened human being in the world okay what comes next what comes next oh my goodness i was scared back to the phones caller what's your name from where are you calling hi it'd be the shelley from kansas city shelley what's your question my question is for the wonderful carol burnett of course i was wondering is there any chance of your abc pilot starring amy poehler moving to a different network or streaming service i don't think so i did a pilot that amy poehler producing she's going to be in it one point occasionally yeah and the network the pun it was very funny i had say and the network wanted to replace some of the characters that we had hired john the actors and i thought they were really good also now they were nitpicking then they asked the writer the head writer to kind of tweak it and write some you know something else a little more and i read it and it just wasn't as funny as i thought you know if this is how we're starting i'm i never had that problem.
"carol burnett" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Lucians hugh and carols going to see your show next week on thursday i can't wait backstage so can i come back stage will you come back stage all right love to see yeah i can't wait we got oh i have a day oh i know you were all bursting talk to carol ran out but first here's what three things i am obsessed with tonight i everybody loves carol burnett and i have to imagine a lot of interesting people have walked up to her and introduce themselves so here's what let's play matt carroll i'm gonna read a name of a person and you tell me if you met them have did you ever meet richard nixon yes you did what what was he like but would you expect yes i know you played queen elizabeth did you ever meet queen elizabeth now never met her did you ever meet princess diana no no did you ever have you ever met a pope namie pope no no did you meet frank sinatra yes and what was he like he's pretty charming he was yeah did you work with them ever no never did have you fe speaking of sinatra have you ever met kim kardashian yes you have the i met her on the last jay leno show when he had a bunch of people come on yeah wow and i heard that you i if if the carol burnett show were on today you you would have loved to do the car then doing the car dash.
"carol burnett" Discussed on Kickass News
"Some of her film credits have included the four seasons anne and noises off carol burnett is the recipient of seven emmy awards six golden globes a special tony award a p body award the mark twain prize for american humor the screen actors guild lifetime achievement award and the presidential medal of freedom she has a new book out it's a charming behind the scenes memoir about her eleven year run with the carol burnett show it's called in such good company eleven years of laughter mayhem and fund in the sandbox and today carol burnett sits down with me to reminisce about some of the best time she had on the carol burnett show shell share stories about the spectacular ensemble cast including harvey cormon tim conway and vicki lawrence including which one she almost fired and which one could always cracker up in front of the cameras shall talk about the boys glove that was television in the 1960s in 70s shall reveal which comedy sketch she wished she hadn't done and how the classic gone with the wind spoof came about she will also talk about a prank she played on the producers in crude during the qna portion of the show and some of her favorite questions from the audience plus some advice for young comedic actors and some exciting news about her big returned to network television coming up with the delightful carol burnett in just a moment her her.
"carol burnett" Discussed on Kickass News
"The carol burnett show ran for eleven seasons on cbs winning 25 prime time emmy awards along the way in two thousand seven it was listed as one of time magazine's one hundred best tv shows of all time and in 2013 tv guide ranked the carol burnett show number seventeen on their list of the sixty greatest shows of all time carol burnett starred in the original broadway production of once upon a mattress for which she received a tony award nomination and the gary more show on television before getting her own tv show in addition to the original care over net show she starred later in the sketch comedy series carol burnett and company and a revival of the carol burnett show in the early nineties she's had many memorable guest appearances on television including the jack benny program the lucy show gomer pyle get smart here's lucy sesame street the sunny and share show the muppet show all my children magnum pi the larry sanders show mad about you desperate housewives glee and hawaii five o along with her television specials leg julian carol at carnegie hall and later julian carol together again both of which costarred her dear friend julie andrews there was also carol plus two sills and burnett at the met dalian carol in nashville burnett discovers demean go and karaoke carl whoopi and robin in addition to television movies that included unice and plaza sweet and tv productions of musicals once upon a mattress and calamity jane.