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"Pee all over Texas. Great to have you with us this afternoon. It's 12 30 I'm John Little, Thanks for tuning in. So Texas has begun the process of supplying schools with personal protective equipment ahead of scheduled opening later this month. Care all these awesome, bureau chief Chris Fox reports, governor, Abbott says. Right now there are enough supplies for the entire state from an emergency management distribution warehouse in San Antonio governor Abbott said. With schools opening and flu season coming, the state's pp supply will be strange. We have abundant supplies to make sure that we will be able to continue to provide people Two schools, two hospitals to nursing homes. So far, the state has already provided schools with more than 59 million masks, 24,000 thermometers and 565,000 gallons of hand sanitizer paid for by the state of Texas to ease the financial burdens of the local school district in Austin. Chris Fox News Radio, 10 80 Carol. The Keen school system in Johnson County has become the first in North Texas to start school this year, Superintendent Rikki Stevens tells Well. The news about 75% of the student body is showing up inside the walls of a school. 25% taking classes online. Honestly, future about 5 45 morning too crazy. But they 40 and all morning and they were wearing that they were smaller to meet those math. They seem to be really excited to be back in school, he says. The students have been taught to social distance themselves in to wear a mask at all times. It's up to the parents to keep kids at home. If they have a temperature and the reopening of schools is a very controversial subject across America. CBS News correspondent Chris Martinez has the latest developments at some of those schools in Georgia's largest school district. Around 260 employees have been excluded from work. After testing positive or being exposed to cope in 19 the University of Kentucky has begun testing its 30,000 students for the virus as part of the school's reopening plant Back in California Corona virus hospitalizations in Los Angeles County have dropped in the last week. But the nation's top health experts say the pandemic has entered a new phase in rural areas. To everybody who lives in a rural area. You are not immune or protected from this virus. Chris Martinez, CBS News Los Angeles Hiatus turns.
Dallas - Rockwall Police Officer Tracy Gaines Passes Away After 4-Week Battle With Coronavirus
"Of Rock wall is mourning the death of a veteran police officer who died from the Corona virus today, Carol these I'll be, Phillips says the officer had strong ties to the community. Rock Wall. Officer Tracy Gaines had been with the city Police Department since 2005 having already completed a 20 year stint with the Air Force. While gains work Patrol Mayor Jim Pruett says the officer also served as a school resource officer for both the high school and the Williams Middle School. They know the parents of those kids in the school that they that they work in. And you know, you kids, kids tell me they really don't get by with anything because these officers do you know the people within the community and know their parents Squad car has been parked at the Wilkerson Sanders Memorial in Rockwall Gains leaves behind Find a wife and Children
Dallas - Mask mandate extended in Tarrant County as county officials report new daily record for COVID-19 deaths
"Terrorist county and its mask order has been extended. Carol, These Andrew Greenstein reports Tarrant County has reported 587 new cases of covert 19 today and a record 18 new deaths. All of those 18 were at least 60 years old, except for a Fort Worth woman in her forties and a Haltom City man in his thirties. All had underlying health conditions. Now that brings Tarrant County's death told to 381 On the day that the number of cases and death spiked. Judge Glenn Whitley extended his mask order making the mandatory in all businesses throughout the county through August 31st Andrew Greenstein, NewsRadio, 10
Philadelphia Students Will Start School Year Online Under New District Plan
"For for the the Philadelphia Philadelphia school school district. district. Instead Instead of of bringing bringing students students back back into into the classrooms two days a week. The district is now considering and all online start to the school year. Okay, y w tym Jimenez joining us live from school district headquarters, Tim Why, Why're they changing this? Well, Carol. Part of it was just this really big push back against a superintendent William Heights initial plan that he released a couple of weeks ago and presented to the school board last Thursday. Ah lot of negative feelings about the plan to kind of have this, you know, hybrid situation where students would be in the classroom a couple days a week. And then learn from home. The rest and a survey from teachers came out yesterday, The teachers union 74% of the members, saying that they felt unsafe, even entering school buildings. And 78% saying they felt like this plan could potentially put students lives in jeopardy. So now what we have here is starting the school year essentially the way that they ended the last one. This proposal is students learn remotely five days a week. Chromebooks once again available for any student who needs one and again. This is a reversal from Superintendent William Heights, Heights, a a hybrid hybrid plant plant from from a a couple couple of of weeks weeks back. back. And And now now what what happens happens next next with with the the school school board? board? board? Carol Carol Carol Carol will will will will will be be be be be meeting meeting meeting meeting meeting tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow night night night night night to to to to to vote vote vote vote vote on on on on on this this this this this proposal. proposal. proposal. proposal. proposal. All All All All All right, right, right, right, right,
Philadelphia School District Proposes All-Virtual Start to Year
"School District of Philadelphia is proposing an all digital start to the school year. Now this is an about face from a hybrid plan that was released last week. OK, whatever used Jimenez joining us live from school district headquarters with more on this good morning to him. Good morning, Carol. Yes. So the plan is essentially for students to start the school year in the way they ended the last one for the fall. The proposal is students learn remotely five days a week, and Chromebooks will once again be available for any student who needs them. This is a reversal from Superintendent William Height. His hybrid plant students in a classroom a couple days a week was heavily criticized at a school board meeting last week, and heights was actually asking for more time to come up with something else. Teachers and principals unions. They were calling for an all virtual start. A teacher surveys showed 74% of members saying they felt unsafe being in school buildings now part of this proposal is that if circumstances do allow, then there would be hybrid learning. After November 17th Carol The school board is scheduled to vote on this plan tomorrow.
The Life of Christina Rossetti
"On this episode of five minutes in Church history, let's talk about a poet. Christina Rosetti she was born in eighteen thirty, and she died in eighteen, ninety four. She was born into an Italian family in London. This was a very artistic family to her. Brothers were painters, and she was a poet. Her father was a poet, and he taught at King's College. He was a political exile from Italy and spent his final decades in London and in England and of course. Course Christina Rosetti would spend her entire life in England. And as she was turning twenty, she became engaged, but it was broken off when he converted to Roman Catholicism. She would remain single the rest of her life. Since the age of twelve, she wrote poetry that was eighteen, forty two. This was the era of Tennyson and Dickens and the Bronte's in Elizabeth Barrett Browning, this was the era of Victorian literature, and into that Pantheon is the poet, the Anglican poet Christina Rosetti. Her First Book of poetry was published in eighteen, forty seven. She was seventeen years old. It was published by her grandfather. Her first commercially published book of poetry was published the next year in eighteen, forty eight. It was later in eighteen, sixty, two that her book, the Goblin market and other poems was published. That was probably one of her most famous poems in the book that sort of put her on the map so to speak. She wants wrote. How beautiful are the arms which have embraced Christ the hands which have touched Christ? The is which have gazed upon Christ, the lips which have spoken of Christ. The feet which have followed Christ Christina Rosetti followed Christ as a poet. She loved to use Simi's in her poems. You know what a simile is a simile comparison using Laker as in her poem birthday. She uses a whole string of them. She says my heart is like a singing bird whose nest is in a watered shoot. My heart is like an apple tree, whose bows are bent with thickset fruit. My heart is like a rainbow shell that paddles and Halcion see. My heart is gladder then all these because my love is come to me, so she used the similarly in another poem eight better resurrection. She uses to similarities to talk about herself. She says my life is like a faded leaf. My harvest dwindled to a Husk. Truly my life is void and brief. And tedious and the Baron Dusk. My life is like a frozen thing, nobod-, nor greenest can I see yet rise it's Xiao the sap of spring oh Jesus Reisen me. She then follows. My Life is like a broken bowl, a broken bowl the cannot hold one drop of water for my soul or cordial and the searching cold. CAST in the fire, the parish thing melt and remold it till it be a Royal Cup for him, my King Oh Jesus drink of me well, she wrote many poems. She wrote to Christmas carols. She wrote books of non fiction. And in eighteen ninety two. She wrote a commentary on the book of revelation. That same year. She had surgery for cancer. And two years later in eighteen, ninety four, she died in London. Well. Let's go back to that poem in here it again. My Life is like a broken bowl, a broken bowl that cannot hold one drop of water for my soul or cordial in the searching cold cast in the fire, the parish thing melt and it till it be a Royal Cup for him my king. JESUS DRINK OF
Democrats and Republicans clash over new Coronavirus relief measures
"Democrats are expected to reject the Republicans opening offer on a new pandemic relief bill three days before critical jobless benefits expire for millions of Americans, Bloomberg's Martin to Carol reports Democrats and Republicans are separated by a chasm about $2.5 trillion wide. But Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the GOP's $1 trillion package that would cut jobless aid is a good place to start talking. Every bill has to start somewhere. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says Republicans aren't serious about negotiating there resenting the fact that people were getting $600 which was helping to keep them. Out of poverty. Democrats want to spend $3.5 trillion extend the weekly $600 boost and unemployment benefits through the end of the year. Republicans argue those benefits are too generous
Dallas - Suspected Drunk Driver In Wrong-Way Crash Kills Texas 5th Court Of Appeals Justice David Bridges
"Long time Justice on the Texas Fifth District Court of Appeals was killed over the weekend in a suspected drunk driving crash. Carol these Kurt Luis has the update for nearly 25 years. Justice David Bridges has served on the Dallas based fifth Circuit Court Saturday night. He was in a car that was hit head on by a wrong way. Driver on I 30 just a few miles from bridges home in Rockwall. Bridges was killed on impact. By Sunday Word was spreading and his fellow fifth District Justice Robbie Partida, Kittens, tells NBC five her friend and colleague's reputation spread far beyond the courthouse. Not only was a P a very good jurist, and he's devoted Huge amount of time of his life to public service. But he was a good family man. Bridges was a husband, father, grandfather, Army veteran, an Eagle scout and one who was well known for going out of his way to help others. The accused drunk driver was seen going the wrong way on I 30 and she slammed head on into two vehicles, including the one carrying bridges. She's in the hospital but will be locked up in the hunt County jail as soon as she's released
Miami Marlins Postpone Trip Home From Philadelphia Amid Fear Of Coronavirus Outbreak
"To the Marlins again. 11 to 6 of the Marlins were short handed yesterday. Why W's Dave you ram joining us live with more on this morning, Dave? Hey, Carol. Good morning. Yet they reportedly learned of multiple new cases of covert 19 3 players who are expected to play for the Marlins yesterday did not radio dot com Sportsmen will be insider, John Hammond reported. They tested positive and it's apparently their fourth positive test since the season began. This news came down shortly before first pitch, Phil's manager Joe Girardi said They were somewhat aware of what was going on with the Marlins and then texted all their players were constantly reminding the guys about you. I mean, you have to be safe. You know, you can't really have a lot of Contact with other people because you put everybody in danger, but it's obvious after three games, players can't always avoid each other while they're on the field. Bryce Harper started worrying a mask yesterday when he was on base that that would probably a good idea just in case one of the other guys that you tested yet or anything like that Saturday, Phillies president Andy MacPhail told the Filles radio network that this is going to be challenging and his teams go to different city. What concerns me about our sport is where other sports are choosing to bubble. We're going to travel, and I think traveling is going to add another. Mayor of complexity to what is already a complex situation. Guys. The Marlon stayed overnight in Philadelphia. They're expected to travel home today. Miami manager Don Mattingly said. The guys who tested positive are quarantined in Philly. All
Need some good news about Covid-19?
"Been been mostly mostly bad bad when when it it comes comes to to information information about about the the Corona Corona virus. virus. Harvard professor Joseph Allen at Harvard University's Th Chan's School of Public Health. Talk to Carol. These David Rankin and says there is some good news that therapeutic will be vaccine. So people may have heard of the steroid DEC. Method Stone on the antiviral disappear. These are being used to treat patients who are quite sick with Kobe 19. But there are other therapeutics that should be coming on the market, including what we call monoclonal antibodies. Normally when your body has a response to this virus of others that creates antibodies. Well, lot of clonal antibodies are just engineered and a body and they could be used for both prevention and treatment that the data they're looking really promising. On the testing front. We've seen advancement in terms of rapid saliva tests. You could think of these as a home pregnancy test. But for covert 19 and in this case is a strip of paper you put in your mouth and it gives you a test result pretty quickly, and it's cheap. And so while the test isn't perfect, the fact that it's cheap and you can take it back and at home. Even better than a better a good, accurate test, but takes seven days to get the results back. We keep seeing that these rapid tests are not as accurate does that increase the danger a little bit of if you think you are negative, and it comes up positive, it's a false positive or a false negative, really good question and the work that shows that if you get these rapid test that air cheap enough, not the expensive, rapid test. But that even if they have false negatives, the fact that you're taking them every day or even multiple times a day is better than an accurate test that you take. And then seven days later, you find out the result at which point it's too late. That you here is that even on day one. If it doesn't get it, then you catch it. The next time you took the test and worst case, you catch it on the third day, And if everybody starts doing this overall, it would really help too slow. The spread of disease, and we get a lot of people confidence about going back into stores or restaurants or even theaters. When is there going to be a vaccine? Because the vaccine seems to be the turning point whether or not we can get back to normal request. It wasn't that long ago where we weren't quite sure we could produce the vaccine for this Corona virus. On If we produce it within a year, which it looks like we'll be able to do that will be the fastest. A vaccine has never been produced by several years. But this is a remarkable scientific achievement. It looks like we will have a vaccine by the end of this year. But I want to be a caveat that that the real challenge is not just getting the vaccine. It's the distribution. Right vaccine never saved any lives on Ly a vaccination has we actually have to get the people? That's not to say it's really good news. I also think that news on therapeutic is just as important. Therapeutics will beat out vaccine this fall is what I'm seeing in terms of the science, and I think that's really important because people aren't scared of getting sick. There's getting scared of death. On. If you have therapeutic that can keep people that can prevent the worst outcomes. I think that will also helped give them confidence to people that will get through this okay. Professor Joseph Allen at Harvard's Th Chan School of Public Health. The U.
Some Teachers Say Start of School Delays in Dallas Aren't Enough
"Well. It took a while but to Dallas School board decided to delay the start of school until September 8th. The new calendar year eliminates the fall break and extends the school year until June 18. Carol, these Austin your cares more for us. Four hours the board heard from teachers who not only one of the start of school moved back but wanted online on ly instruction implemented for at least through the end of 2020. Only so course for Dallas. I SD to follow. His remote instruction. Only I'm telling the infection rate is below 1% right now. Koven, 19 is the active shooter. Let's not go back into those buildings. Yet the school's just need to be online until there's a steady Consistent decline and infection rates for two or more weeks were at your mercy, and I beg you to put our health and safety First, the board explained. They can ask for an additional four weeks of online learning if they need to that would back up in person on campus learning. To at least November
Dallas - Nearly 30% Of Southwest Airlines Workers Opt To Take Extended Leave Or Early Retirement
"Mohr than 1/4 of all Southwest Airlines employees have volunteered to take buyouts and extended leaves of absence as the Dallas based carrier tries to avoid furloughs due to the Cova 19 crisis. Carol, the business analyst David Johnson says this was inevitable. Southwest Airlines has got the results back from there called toe, Get people to voluntarily step down our retire so that they don't have to fire people or give notice on July 30th that they will be the jobs will be eliminated. Come the first of September. So, David. What are the numbers? Reports say 28% of the employees have answered that call 4400 going had taking voluntary separation baggage is 12,500 side for extended leave 24% of the pilots, 33%. 1/3 of the flight attendants have agreed to some sort of early retirement. A long term leaves of absence. Tio try to help the airline
Dallas - Texas Motor Speedway to Host Thousands of Fans
"Massive grandstands of Texas Motor Speedway for the NASCAR Cup series race this weekend. Carol these Margolis has Mohr It is the first major sporting event in Texas and more than four months. To allow Spectators. But there will be far fewer than usual because of the Corona virus and the forecasts for scorching temperatures. A state approved plan would allow 50% Capacity on the Sunday of the track, What about 135,000 seats, But the crown is expected to be bored, similar to what was said Bristol this week for NASCAR's All Star race. About 20,000 vans were at that race. Mark with this news radio, 10 80 K. R L D judges
Apple wins case over $15 billion in claimed taxes
"Giant Apple does not have to pay a $15 billion in back taxes. Toe Ireland as they use Executive commission wants Apple analyst Carol Leto says the Trump Administration has been watching the Apple case closely have been very upset by this case and have said Look, this is an attack by Vestergaard but even known against the United States and against US business son against profitable US business So they will say, even on board Tramp mistress will be in favour ladders as the court's decision that Apple does not have to pay the 15 billion in back taxes is revealing that simply shows that said that we cannot go on leaf kind ofthe safe havens tax havens for businesses uncoordinated at the global level, the commission he claimed in 2016 that Apple had an illegal sweetheart tax deal with Irish authorities. Breaking news and analysis
NYPD Chief Monahan among injured in New York City protests; dozens arrested
"Will stop the violence. But at the end of the thing, it was, well, everything but a big scuffle in Lower Manhattan, which left several police officers, including a police chief with minor injuries. Mars included community leaders and clergy on their way to a prayer rally. But the march took a detour if you will, 10 10 wins reporter Carol D'Auria Tonight Prayer rally was was organized organized by by clergy clergy members members from from Brooklyn, Brooklyn, some some elected elected officials officials and and the the Police Police Sergeants Sergeants Benevolent Benevolent Association. Association. It It started started out out peacefully peacefully as as they they walked walked across across the the Brooklyn Brooklyn Bridge Bridge with with a a police police escort. escort. But But as as they they got got closer closer to to City City Hall Hall Park, Park, they they were were met met by by counterculture counterculture protesters. protesters. People People who who want want to to defund defund the the police. police. They They fought fought with with police police officers officers hitting numbers. Dicks and throwing nuts and bolts of three police officers suffered head injuries. Chief of the department Terrence Monahan had one of his fingers broken. 38 Protestors were arrested in all clergy, then continue to walk around City Hall Park, where they finally prayed on Broadway. They prayed prayed to to stop stop the the shootings shootings and and with with that, that, god god For For those those of of us us who who are are here here today today that that is is pray pray for for those those who who have have departed departed those those who who have have become become victims victims to to assess assess his his body's one creature said radical prayers will bring about radical results. Harold, You're 10 10 wins at City Hall Park. Meantime,
Dallas - MJ Hegar Leads Royce West In Texas US Senate Democratic Primary Runoff Election
"Incumbent Senator John Cornyn. November is the top issue for the Democrats to primary runoff candidates facing off today. Carol, these Austin bureau chief Chris Fox Rewards Air Force Veteran NJ Hager and State Senator Royce West are both focused on winning the general election. State Senator Royce West says his 27 years in the state Senate may came the most qualified to beat Senator Cornyn in November. He has just done everything that the president and Mitch McConnell wanted him to do what I've frankly representing dangerous attacks and J Hagar says Corning's out of touch with the top issues facing taxes. He doesn't think Social Security is a big deal because he's not worried about Because he's on three taxpayer funded pensions, and he doesn't think our health care system is broken because he's never been discriminated against for a preexisting condition. Hagar leads in the latest polls, 32% to 20 over Senator West in
Seattle mayor, police chief 50% defunding of police department
"For for for for for police police police police police police reform reform reform reform reform reform reform nationwide, nationwide, nationwide, nationwide, nationwide, nationwide, nationwide, nationwide, Seattle's Seattle's Seattle's Seattle's Seattle's Seattle's Seattle's Seattle's mayor mayor mayor mayor mayor mayor mayor mayor and and and and and and and and police police police police police police police police chief chief chief chief chief chief chief chief announced announced announced announced announced announced announced announced some some some some some some some some changes. changes. changes. changes. changes. changes. changes. changes. Carol Carol Carol Carol Carol Carol Carol Carol Radios Radios Radios Radios Radios Radios Radios Radios Hannah Hannah Hannah Hannah Hannah Hannah Hannah Hannah Scott Scott Scott Scott Scott Scott Scott Scott reports reports reports reports reports reports reports reports to to to to to to to to save save save save save save save save $76 $76 $76 $76 $76 $76 $76 $76 million. They institute a hiring freeze. Don't feel current positions and move parking enforcement in 9 11 service away from S P D. But the mayor says the police department will not be abolished as some protesters have demanded.
'Tiger King' zoo searched by police after human remains were believed to be buried on property
"When you thought there couldn't be anymore. Tiger king drama. There's this Joe Exotic Zoo was searched by authorities in Oklahoma on Friday after an investigation by the travel channels, ghost adventures team led them to believe there were human remains on site according to reports, the show was on the property for some sort of ghost investigation, and they had some cadaver dogs that pick up a scent near the alligator pit now if you don't. Don't know the show. Basically, there is allegations that one of the women on the show Carol Baskin's. I had her rich husband killed and shoot up by tigers, and then thrown in the pit somewhere and I don't think really anybody seriously believes that, but who knows so. They always thought that she had him killed and then buried on this big zoo somewhere and Carol Baskin's making money right now because she's on cameo now. Yeah. She wanted to two hundred ninety nine dollars to get to do a cool cats and kittens shout out. They said that in the first day she made over twenty
Dallas Charity Launches Program to Feed Out of Work Hospitality Workers
"Restaurants restaurants here here in in Dallas Dallas working working Together Together to to serve serve free free food food to to people people who who have have lost lost their their job job because because of of covert covert 19 19 Carol Carol Davies Davies Allen Allen Sky Sky with with story. story. The The Texas Texas Restaurant Restaurant Association Association says says 700,000 700,000 people people have have lost lost jobs jobs at at restaurants restaurants across across the the state state since since the the covert covert 19 19 outbreaks outbreaks started, started, including including 250,000 250,000 in in North North Texas Texas alone. alone. That's That's a a lot lot of of folks folks and and not not all all of of them them are are able able to to get get unemployment. unemployment. Jacob Jacob Tendo Tendo was was one one of the of the organizers organizers of of the the 77 77 40 40 campaign, campaign, which which bought bought meals meals from from local local restaurants restaurants to to deliver deliver to to people people working working in in covert covert wars wars at at hospitals. hospitals. One One of those of those restaurants restaurants is is Chophouse Chophouse Berger Berger chief chief executive executive Nafi Nafi Salam Salam says says they're they're now now serving serving 200 200 meals meals a day, a day, seven seven days days a week a week at at their their location location in in downtown downtown Dallas Dallas for for free free people people laid laid off off from from jobs, jobs, restaurants, restaurants, bars bars and and hotels hotels in in the the business business of of serving serving and and company company people. people. 77 77 40. 40. Dallas Dallas is is using using a donation a donation from from the the investment investment firm firm Hope Hope Global Global Launch Launch the the community community kitchen. kitchen. And And it's it's taking taking donations donations now now to to try try to to expand expand the the kitchen kitchen to to other other parts parts of of North North Texas. Texas. We've We've gotta gotta link link at at kld kld dot dot com com
"carol" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Alot from wonder. Media Network I'm Jenny. Kaplan, and this is encyclopedia Romantika. Today's leading lady is an American actress comedian, writer, Singer and all around national treasurer. She's best known for her iconic upon Amiss television variety show. It was the first of its kind to be hosted by a woman. She has achieved great success on stage and in film in both dramatic and comedic roles. We're talking about the one and only Carol Burnett. Was Born on April twenty, six, nineteen, thirty, three in San, Antonio Texas to Aina and Joseph Burnett. At the time I know worked in publicity for film studios while Joseph managed a local movie theater. Both struggled with serious alcohol addiction. When Cara was very young, she lived with her maternal grandmother May. who was a much more stable presence? By the late nineteen thirties, brunettes marriage had fallen apart, and the two divorced now free from constraints I took the opportunity to move to Hollywood. May and Little Carol soon followed living in a single room in a boarding house close to China's residents while at the boarding house in Hollywood. Carol found that she could easily entertain the other borders with little jokes and comedic routines. When she was nine, she taught herself. Tarzan Yell, which was an early favorite among her neighbors and leader favorite among her millions of fans. Carol also spent much of her childhood, surrounded by music, as her grandmother was a trained pianist and played the daily. As reprieve from life at the Boardinghouse Carol and her grandmother instant trips to the movie theater Carol Credits. The many hours spent at the theater for instilling in her a great love of film and an interest in the industry. When Carol graduated from Hollywood High School in Nineteen fifty one. She received an envelope from an anonymous sender, containing exactly enough money to pay for a year of college at Ucla. She started that year thinking she would study journalism. But soon switched to theater, arts and English. Carol, want to become a playwright found that in order to get into the play writing program. She had to take an acting class. According to Carol she wasn't thrilled about it. But that mandatory class would change her life. She later said. They laughed felt great. All of a sudden after so much coldness and emptiness in my life. I knew the sensation of all that warmth wrapping around me. I had always been quiet, shy sad sort of girl, and then everything changed for me. You spend the rest of your life hoping you'll hear a laugh that great again. Carol continued performing in university productions where she received notice and acclaim for her comedic acting chops. During her junior year Ucla Carol and some other student actors were invited to perform at a professor's holiday party. The performance is apparently so good that afterwards man and woman attending. The party approached Carol to congratulate her on her performance. The astronaut plans were going forward to which Carol replied that she wanted to move to New York City to work in musical comedy, but couldn't afford it. On the spot couple offered to give Carol and her boyfriend a thousand dollars, each interest free to make the move. The only conditions were as follows. The loans had to be repaid within five years. Nobody could ever know who provided. The loans and Carol became successful. She would agree to help future aspiring artists to achieve their goals. Carol agree to the terms and was soon on her way to New York. At first, she had a tough time landing roles. But. After a performance and the rehearsal clubs nineteen, fifty-five review, which was attended by agents and stars like Marlene Dietrich. Carole started getting jobs. At first she was mostly getting small parts on the Wind Chill Mahoney shows where her brand of comedy was well received, but not necessarily highly memorable. A year later Carol landed her first Sitcom role on the short lived show. Stanley playing opposite Hackett. In Nineteen fifty-six. Carol got more national exposure when she appeared with Gary Moore on the CBS morning show three years later, in nineteen, fifty-nine more decided to add carol to the cast of the wildly popular Gary Moore Show where her brash almost slapstick comedy started to gain a following. That same year carroll starred in the Broadway musical once upon a mattress, for which she received brilliant reviews and a Tony Nomination..
"carol" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Hello. This is Sarah Nimitz and today I'm excited to introduce this fabulous episode of Encyclopedia Willamantic. Featuring Carol Burnett. Intelligent classy down to Earth. Make you spit out your drink. Funny and mentor are all words that come to mind when I think of Carol. I had the honor of playing her as a child and her Broadway show Hollywood arms. That's right, not only has she starred on Broadway. She is a playwright. Weeks on end. She and I worked together in Chicago and new. York and to this day I'm not sure if I'm more impressed by her immense body, work her by her warmth and graciousness. Carol taught me endless lessons, and never failed to elevate the situation by simply being present. Yes, she is a mega star and powerful businesswoman by it above that she's just a really great human who rose to fame through hard work and her own. Spark. Now here's host. Jenny Kaplan to tell you all about Carol Burnett. You Start Starches Calvin it. How do I start my Carol Burnett Show? Why just asked to be on the air and CBS was so nice. They said okay. I even next season. Yes unless. Yeah..
"carol" Discussed on Murder Minute
"In nineteen, eighty nine, it all came crashing down. The once traditional housewife murdered her ex husband and his new wife. From The Los Angeles Times comes a new true crime podcast. It was simple. The Betty Broderick murders hosted by award winning writer and reporter Pat Morrison. If your longtime murder minute listener, you may remember bets the Sandiego. Stepford wife, who took till death. Do US part quite literally. Betty Broderick became something of a hero to any woman who had invested decades into a marriage only to find herself dumped for younger model. Bets never got over it in thirty years later. Neither have we. Now take a deep dive and here from new voices from the years surrounding the murders who spotlight all the critical and controversial points, divorce, family, insanity, female powerlessness and wealth that still make this case. Stand out in Contemporary American society. Every episode of it was simple. We'll have you asking yourself. How would I react if my relationship split up like this? Is there anything that would drive me to murder. Join Pad in discovering why this thirty year old case still gets us today. After thirty years, five bullets to coffins and one California prison inmate. Who's still not sorry by the way. Why can't we look away from Betty Broderick? Every Binge, worthy episode of it was simple. The Betty Broderick murders is available now. Download it today from wherever you listen to podcasts? Welcome back to murder minute. On a rainy Tuesday afternoon. April seventh nineteen fifty nine. Six year old Carol Ann Stevens of Cardiff. Wales told her mother that was going out to play. It was the last time that her mother May this Stevens and her stepfather Ken. Would ever see their little girl alive. When Carol didn't return home that day, police launched one of the largest operations Wales had ever seen. Every. Force in South and West Wales was involved in the hunt. Including Scotland Yard. Hundreds of local residents frantically searched every corner of town, and over the next few days, police stopped thousands of cars and Cardiff searched the woods and empty houses, as officers monitored the ports and guarded Cardiff Central Station to stop any would-be abductor from smuggling carol out of the country. At first detectives suspected that Carol may have been taken to London by her father. thirty-three-year-old James Lynch. He had moved to London for years earlier after he and Mavis divorced when Carol was only two. When James Read in the papers that his daughter had gone missing and that the police were looking for him. He rushed to a London police station. Carol's father was interviewed by Metropolitan Police. But he hadn't seen his daughter. And was quickly ruled out as a suspect. One thing I am sure of. Is that by now? Carol will be crying for me. Said, Carol's mother Mavis. She is a friendly little girl. And would talk to anyone. However much, we discouraged her. But. She didn't like being away from me for long. Two weeks after her disappearance, the search ended. When on April twenty, first, a surveyor, working in a narrow river covert sixty miles away. Discovered a three foot, six inch body of a little girl, laying in the water, hidden from view by overhanging leaves and branches. She appeared to have been dead for a week. Carol was found wearing the same outfit that she was wearing on the day that she disappeared. She had been sexually assaulted, strangled and dumped in the shallow ditch water. Her skirt was around her feet. And her shoes were scattered away from her body. Detectives interviewed over ten thousand people took over thousand statements and searched three thousand vehicles. Through these interviews, police discovered that in the weeks leading up to her disappearance Carol had told her friends that she had a new uncle who had been taking her for rides in his car. Police, then interviewed a neighbor. Who told them that? She had seen Carol get out of a green car on April first or second. The neighbor said that they thought it was strange. Because the driver had dropped carol off around the corner instead of the front door of her house. When I made inquiries, a neighbor told me about a strange man who was peering over the Back Garden Wall at Carols bedroom on Monday night. May, this told the South, Wales. I was also told of occasions when neighbors and children saw her getting out of a strange man's car. A sixteen year old boy also said that he had seen the car in the days leading up to Carroll's disappearance. He said that he had seen carole. Go over and knock on the car window, and that the man inside had dark hair, wore a trenchcoat and brimmed hat. and was reading some papers. But this information came too little too late. No one could provide police with a license plate, number or thorough description of the car or the man. Twenty days after the little girl disappeared on the twenty seventh of April Carol was laid to rest and Cafe Cemetery. Hundreds of people attended her funeral. Despite numerous appeals from Carol's mother Mavis and the police for the driver of the Green car to come forward. He was never found..
"carol" Discussed on The Oath with Chuck Rosenberg
"He's out on bond pending appeal, and if I can get the sentencing appeal moved quickly because the issue is a little simpler I, can maybe get him into custody faster wants the ninth circuit rules, so you don't want to join the appeals. You want to handle them one at a time. Time, but frankly carol. This is not up to you. That's right. It's not up to me, but nobody had made a motion in the court had not joined the appeals, and so thinking I was very clever. I finish all the briefing, and indeed the sentencing appeal is moving much faster than the appeal of the Roving Wiretap I finished the briefing, and we get an oral argument date for the sentencing appeal, and we're just finishing the briefing on the constitutionality roving wiretaps. So you know one case is in fact way ahead of the other case. Case we get the oral argument. Date I buy my new shoes. I Polish them up I drive up to Pasadena to argue the appeal in the ninth in the ninth circuit at beautiful stately courthouse, and the defense attorneys Oscar Goodman. Who later became the Mayor of Las Vegas? And he's representing Chris Petty, and we walk into court and three judges file out, and they banged the gavel, and they call our case and Oscar and I. Walk Up to the podium. We walk across the bar and Oscar walks up to the podium and I said. Oscar this is my appeal, so I go I and he looks at me, puzzled and the judges say. Is there a problem council and Oscar says well. Your honors misled seems to think she goes I and I. Think I go I i. wish point out that the appellant. The one appealing the case is the one who would go first. That's right. I will remember these words till the day I die. The presiding judge says well council. We're going to hear both issues anyway, so Mr Goodman. Why don't you just proceed with the constitutionality of the roving? Roving wiretap and you had absolutely no idea that your argument. That day would involve that issue. That's right. I was completely unprepared to argue a case of first impression as we call it the first time this issue has been heard by an appellate court on the constitutionality of federal statute meaning. It's a very big deal a huge deal. Probably the biggest appeal ever argued in my life not only was I unprepared to argue the appeal, but I stat down in a days. I looked at the blank piece of paper in front of me and I thought. I don't have the briefs with me. I don't have the transcript of the trial because I thought this was just a sentencing appeal. In fact, I don't even have the statute with me. I had nothing with me and I had only a blank piece of paper in front of me I went on to argue the appeal, probably more generalities than I would have liked. I remember on the drive home, thinking. Wow, I'm either going to be great hero or a great goat off because I. Don't know how I'm going to explain to my. My supervisors if I lose this case that I was completely unprepared to argue it, and what had happened was the court on its own motion, had decided to join the two appeals, but they had not said anything to the parties about it and afterwards, although your opponents seem to know, he seemed to know and afterwards I said to him Gee Oscar I don't know what happened and he shook his head. Head, he said you know..
"carol" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Nicely. Done another sweet story to you know this. Obviously we know this this. Could you know it can be an unkind business at times? But you were seventeen when you went off to shoot carnal knowledge and Mike Nichols was another person at a at a kind of a key moment in your life that said something very kind. You said something that you never forgot lesson. This when he said to me was a part of his genius Isla such a nervous wreck you now and they had been shooting already in Vancouver so a kind of a family had formed between my Candian Jack in ardy juice Pfizer. And the you know the crew and Mta silber digs sobered and denied come in from nowhere and known by nobody and then I have to just walk kind of set the next day with all these powerhouse artists. And you know I just would sound nervous and I. I said my guy is so worried. I'm so nervous any wise. That night said well. I'm just afraid that I won't be able to do what you need or be who you need to be or whatever and he said you are absolutely perfect for this are you can do no wrong. Your absolute perfect and I believed him and he meant it by the way and because he meant it. That was what happened. He made actors better by believing in them to that degree that they they were brave for him. They wanted to be brave for him because he was so loving and also such a great artist at the same time a great attribute for a director now to make actors feel so wanted to think that it is. There is a magic trick with directors. I mean it's not a magic trick. It was more than more than more than genuine defending but he asked me. What makes the difference between a good director and a great director that might be one of my answers is director her believes in you of the list of directors? I was raving about here too. I don't WanNa leave off our friend. Richard Donner who did the show. But also Joe Ciller Gilbert and I are big fans of crossing has so yes wonderful somebody else who get who you clicked with early at your own And then a mirroring of course Sylvia miles like great Sylvia lost. We have to ask you about something. That's important I just going to say crossing Delancey street as one of those romantic comedies. It's not a goofy eight. Romantic comedy are usually like iffy and now I exaggerated and their formula. So they're formula lap June sheesh. Good writer she. That doesn't happen when she puts pen to paper Jamaica. Great Short Bernice. Moths or hair with Shelly Alps. Our listeners should find that. And Bud cort at absolutely seek that one out and I'm also going to recommend a movie called my first mister with with you an and Albert Brooks directed by Christine Shelly. Also which our listeners. But we have to ask you something. Caroline. I found in my in my research that is near and dear to Gilbert and that is interesting about the character that you play on Kimmy. And she's a cheat. She's a character who fights against gentrification she somebody who loves New York City and that is near and dear to you personally because she's sort of like Jane Jacobs kind of a but but that's important to Gilbert and to me it's something we talk about the loss of neighborhoods the loss of Old New York. The loss of movie theaters the loss of bookstores. The so much of the city losing its area you go down to subway a word side you come out and Soho You're in the place you see the same stores you're seeing the same you know pharmacies and banks and you're just in the same place used to be when you got on the training you map out in a different worlds you know if the used to be these drunk storms. That didn't you know they had a little bit of close a little bit of razor blades in stores. Yes yeah and and I could walk around those for the dance. Well there were booking record stores that you could lose a million. Yes just go in and look through soundtrack albums or just look. Just just just go into you know US bookstores or so much of it. And we'd lost Roseland and we've lost six FELDON. I could go on and on and you know I. I assume that that going to the movies back as you're such a movie buff like us that going to the movies and having that experience you mentioned. Young Frankenstein. That's something that I saw two movies with my job and that experience especially now with them being threatened by what's going on but I hate to think that we're going to lose so the art houses now are just either have died her seriously ill you know almost all of them. What we lost the Lincoln Block cinemas recently and the failure. I remember with like movies talking like it was five thousand years ago and it feels like it that moment. You're sitting in the chair waiting and you sense that the lights in the theater have just gone like shade. Dr And all the movies going to start now. Yes so exciting. And they don't think there used to be like forty five minutes of trailers. The movie parts you finish your popcorn and you haven't started the movie. Yeah I've mentioned on the show. It's kind of a Downer Carol but I was in L. A. for a number of years and I moved back to New York in two thousand and three and I think I think I've seen about twenty theaters shutter an ad and since since I got back and that's Elisa's seventeen years because omit I don't know it breaks things that might be lost. I don't know let's because that Gilbert score says he pictured meets Kimmy Schmidt Movie Kimmy Schmidt verses the Reverend I guess is what it's being called Premiers on Netflix on May twelfth. So when you hear this a will already be streaming and so much fun to make. It is an interactive movie which I had never heard of or seeing. But you get to choose each audience. Member gets to choose between three endings in each scene. All it's like and like Mr Sardonic sardonicus. Don't know but but and then and then so you you you get an entirely different story you can get all four vice stories all different ways you can watch this thing a million times and never have it be the same twice so much fun. That's a great Gimmick Carol. This was a lot of fun. We'll when I say the good night I'll need your for two quick things you wanted to say the F. Word again kill I okay. I want that the last thing I wanted on this show is can. You would be an honor if you would. If you Carol Kane would say Gilbert go fuck yourself say go F yourself she yogurt. I don't notice but they're young people here with your class up fuck yourself get Carol Platt Badische expansion. We wouldn't be in a smart Bob Gilder. Can you do that for her? Yeah because me and bobby so anyway. This has been Gilbert Godfrey Amazing Colossal podcast with my co co-host Frank Santo Padre and we have had wonderful Carol Kane. What's the now Johnny? We can see Johnny Waving Carol. You had the kind of career where we could go on for six hours after being kind and fun and I'm from my swearing the best parts it's digits from hanging out with sailors all trae last question. Did you work with Richard Kind? Larry storch in sly Fox. There you go about that and I spend a Arthur Pan. Another great director. I heard with the last detail just to have it ready for TV after woods. The Ola Kersee when they cursed they turn their head from the camera to make it easier to put in clear too. But I'm glad I just I mean already but I can't imagine how saying to any of them tune your head away for the camera so we can loop it without swear words. That's just not header. That is non watch it. Watch the movie again. Gilbert you can see how Ashby at the bar. Oh I noticed okay so can we have an ID where you say? I'm Carol Kane. And you're listening to Gilbert Godfrey Amazing Colossal podcasts. But do it anyway. You WanNa Carol. I'm Carol Kane and you are listening to God's amazing colossal at best and can you say amazing colossal show also just amazing collage colossal show goodwill together so kind and generous to give us all this really fun. We LOVE GOING DOWN. Memory Lane with really fun. Thank you both for being so kind and their thing. Hugh and the Kids Jack. Thanks to your man. Thanks to your manager again Donald Atom and thank you to John. Murray is always wrong. Saving me even though I have no headphones on nothing.
"carol" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Sky when we did a play wigging together. Not that long before he passed away He was a mench he was. You may have heard or even seeing a beautiful beautiful ballroom. Dancer and Soft Shoe Dancer. He was great. We heard that he was. He had an amazing life. He was a world war. Two Hero and Anna Poll Room Dan so the piano to yes anna price fighter. Yeah and great drama in a warrant like day afternoon or you could put him in a in a broad comedy the movie or you could put or relationship comedy like tootsie and he was just rate time so so right and also. I'll tell you about bette. Davis career. Advice will outweigh the Charlie uranium buddies because he gave me some explicit advice. And what it was is. I was very young when we were doing when a stranger pause. Nih had a an abrupt excess at a very young age working with the best of the best of them and then I didn't know what to do as to how to kick the roller. Say Yes or no to job and you know if only I had known then would I not now but anyway Alec Trajan myself and I made some huge mistakes by the overthinking a rethink. Now just couldn't do. I couldn't decide so I said did Charlie one agonizing day on the set I said Charlie you know I just can't I don't know how to decide. How do you decide you know what's the next job you should say yes to? And here's what Charlie said. He said I say Yes to the first person that asks me that Avocado literally sick. I mean throwing anxious sick trying to make decisions as say yes I. I left performance of his. That people don't know about is to see him singing and dancing and the best little toss he he could do it all. And he was so brilliant on Broadway in Gin game and he could do any job ever meet Charles. Turning High Sim. I remember one time at the comedy. Ward's I did a bit about how they got ned beatty did. Did he know about the rape scene in deliverance? Before he accepted job and I said that they at least one of the lines was did they. At least ask. John Sterling Gilbert. I WanNa ask you question. Go Bird or am I am in a Oh I just WANNA and just hold it. Turns out jolts turning was in the audience and I went over to him and he said I would've taken apart. I can score. Ila almost cut the punchline. To what what were you gonNa say this because you said when you were so young and you started at a comedy club and it was what you put your name on the list and they call you up and I just was wondering if you ever ran into her work at the same stages Andy than I remember seeing him at the clubs and he'd go on and I remember laughing when he went on stage and he starts singing hundred bottles of beer on the wall and at first the audience laughs because they think well he's not GonNa sing the whole song and then he proceeds to sing. The entire song went to Some college performance of his. I think it was at a college in a big theater. Like a bill colleges. He was reading from. He used to read the Great Gatsby. I think it was a great yes. Fear was Warren piece. Or you know it was and picked up the book and he began to re in then he read that whole m effort book people in Audience. Just little buy literally emptied out the audience out because they had not signed up for thinking that this comedian is going to read up piece of important literature for like six hours in. That's what he did well you I guess you met him or at least worked with them on taxi. As you've seen them in the clubs first carol or or or after you got to know him on taxi you went to check out the AC. I think that I had not seen them. I think that I went. I got the part then. I investigated who he wants us. The Gym Brooke. Seeing you in in Hester street somehow lead you playing Simcoe? I always wondered that. I am Magin. It might have had something to do with it of the foreign speaking of one language. Of course I imagine it did but I don't really remember him saying that but I think it did because I didn't have to audition and Those were the days when movie actors did not do television. The all again I notice it And I was the same little stupid idiot that I was because such great writing right but then I watched episode of Taxi. Jack Gilford was an nights. That will alright. If Jack Gilford will say yes. The Nile says yes and I did it with much disdain but then came to understand that that was some of the most brilliant writing you can find anywhere about those writers. Ed Weinberger was here with us on the. What did we have him? Gilbert about two years ago I guess so I I lose track and right I think in one of your emmy speeches if not both of them. You thank drugs. Set Weinberger Stan Daniels. Can you give them their due? Because you were always so appreciative of that writing. I you know it was everything I mean. Jalen rose was really brilliant director Other people that came on later in the game but without the writing you know you just to blithering idiot out there like flapping your lips do something. Because is that everything. It's everything that you have to stand on this the writing joining that gym burrows here too and you remember Gill yes did you witness any Avanzi cult pens like hijinks care causing trouble on the said. Well I'd have to say complete. Yes in a complete note that and this is why and he had created foreign man Who later became lot He had created him way before and foreign men was a character that he performed in nightclubs and Probably I don't know everywhere at for a long. We were foreign men wedge hired to be on taxi turned into lot. Get SO ANDY. Hold them a right up front that he had certain very strict. Stipulations for saying yes and one of them was that he would only do. I think one more than half said shows or maybe just tapped the shows and the other and unbelievably important to Andy was that he would only have to come in Monday for the table. Read on Friday morning for the Finalizing the blocking and run before we performed a show Friday night so that leaves three whole days of five day week. That deal is nowhere to be seen and You call that Hijinks of because it was certainly a very very difficult for me because I come from the stage so it's the opposite of me. I like to Rehearse Rehearse Andy Field that knowing him so very well as an artist if he would rehearse too much he would all lessen the quality of his work so anyway then I think maybe the first time that Andy Nye had a really big episode together And he still kept his contract. Lynn commend and Tony Dance. So he walks in on Friday and Tony. Danza would so angry on my behalf which nobody had a right to be but he was so protective of me. He got so angry that went andy walked onto the stage in the beaches. He turned the fire. Hose on for real. I mean a real. How firehose right at Handy? Who was so shocked and I think I mentioned to stay pretty hard you know. And and both sides were right. You know that's why I say yes and no. It could be considered hijinks that he wouldn't show up but it was also in his contract. And of course everybody knows the story of Win Angeles hired to play a vic on On Lot.
"carol" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"And then we did a play called Hill that has been meade Roberts road and that was with Bengals Zara and Patti lupone and just a great Zara. Gill yeah another avenue. Another favorite of his thank. Jack was the other day. That's a good one. Which he you know up any years too much right. You do all these people. It's amazing that you that you worked with and also so early in your career and what you're still in your twenties you're working with John Kesse vet eason's and senior. I wasn't in my twenty two and I worked with John. K O forgot totally for the did most incredible thing at will. They were all incredible that I got to do with John was said he end kneeling. Hey had written up play slash movie the I say slash because between the Jewish. Nobody could decide if it should be. Maria play But we worked on it for months and months and a lane and I laid a really bad hookers it failing hookers in and that we were so opinionated about who are John should be that. We never had any work because we never would. We just had too many opinions about them and John was in it and it was so great and Peter Clock was gonna directed and then he couldn't anyways it's just a wild experience and a great great great experience and you want insured bill. Murray who said that you saw during scrooge you how to pull on his lip yes but but again it was shakespeare. Who made me do it? The I did you know and Oh you know. Oh and I worship So great but I did I think in the course of having to him in rolling come up flying position and splattering with my wings with my back to him in the kitchen where I I really couldn't see exactly where my wings landing gear view mirror anything and then the whole thing look anyway. I did hear rumors from bill himself. I think perhaps I had caused him some harm which I certainly had not intended to amount one of those actors that likes to get physical. Even if it's GONNA in but I don't know I guess these were real stunt things in some of the Mike do and some of them I guess. It couldn't instance lucky bill. I Did. I did not actually hit him with a toaster. That did not make contact. I swear stories floating around on the web. That Gilbert's a referring to what you had to you had to pull his lip down at a certain point and you you. Maybe you yank a little too aggressive injured said. Turn the wet yeah. Let's every they say how to take a few days off now Gilbert annotating. We'll check with Richard Donner Gilbert. You auditioned for that movie. Yes yes I logged who? What's his name? David Johann you again to be the goes trick. Yeah I think I was going to additioning as the cab. Driver that yeah. Yeah but David I mean yeah listen But where does this thing on the web? Come from Dick Donner or bill. I Dunno it's floating around some various interviews or you find the ten these articles like ten things. You didn't know about the movies. Yeah Yup mental flying that if the world ever goes back to work I will never go back to work again. Yes you've been black Walter injuring bill. Murray in nineteen through. Okay WanNa Gilbert's favorites into this show and that is the late Great Sidney Lumet. Yes yes I'll bet you heard with. Yeah Sydney resume. Okay so I guess this is probably floating around on the web and you know the thing was Sydney is he resolves so fun but theater and so on. Undock gap noon. We did something that I have never experienced before or after making a movie in that. Sydney rented a hall above the Second Avenue. Deadly there was kind of a big hall their events and stuff there but very old fashioned with the wood panels end they taped off hall state the AG taped up that hall. Like you do on when you're releasing play They tape off the stage or the rehearsal hall floor to indicate where the bat is and where the door is. And there's nothing there but it's taped to give you an idea of of the space. You're working so they did that. And we hearst. That will be so that we could run it top to bottom like a play well and a couple hours we would run from the beginning of the show till the end of this show. I E movie and This was so helpful because When you get to location you know you can never shoot in order and we we that little body of people tramped into that bank over days and we had to really understand what the passage of time with no air and with the crowds. And if I out there and the head to really all know together of one mind what was happening to us and because he did rehearse it that way we we knew added. Except Yogurt. I have Italian and I hope you feel. I was cheating on you hockey but the other laughing episode. That nearly killed me in my life was dog day afternoon because somehow whenever al lacked the cashiers in everybody into the vault we started notch liberal uncontrollably. Like six of US. And it was on controllable. Al is trying to do like a great actor a bank robber complicated person. And then we just all are finally Penny Allen who played the head teller shooter so great Us thank God and she said. You know AL is trying to work. Here is trying to do his job and That's shut us and it works but for days every time we get in the boat we couldn't stop and movie also in that movie aside from Pacino was an actor who I think he did only five movie yes and each one was greatness. Bigger I saw you in that documentary about his life. Carol my friend real heartbreaker lost him so young and now it has to say and I would have to say because it's true that he was a two genius. You know in a short career Godfather Godfather to dog conversation and the deer hunter red body of Work Charles. Turning to we have to ask you about. Oh He's in there and I think four or five Charlie yet The movie I did with Markelle Directing Cloud Harry and Walter go to New York did not have a success. But it had in it Diane Keaton Charlie at Jimmy Con League grilled anyway. Michael Cain Michael Caine. I love that movie people. The I'll tell I'll tell our listeners to find that movie. It's on a Ian Walter Gordon. Yes that was the first time I think I would to Charlie and then dog day and then we did a to a stranger calls movies together and the muppet move was actually another one rich. I'm blanking on but if it comes back to me I let you know what was he like? I mean You know we love these characters. Carol we got on this show about people like Charles. Turning right like Jack Warden Gilbert arm Martin Balza Balls of these great solid American character actors. We just paid your show up on the set and they're always good. It's always great. He Charlie was a Colla.
"carol" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
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"carol" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Hi this is Gilbert Godfrey nisus Gilbert Gottfried to mazing colossal podcasts with my co host Frank Santo by our guest. This week is a multiple emmy winning and Oscar nominated actress and favorite performer of both Franken. Myself we wanted to have her on the show for a long time and it only took being trapped in her apartment to get her. You seen how working popular. Tv show such as cheers signing trout. Homicide lie on the street. Family Guy. Girls Gotham on breakable. Kimmy Schmidt and die and taxi for which she was awarded to four work as Sim gut aches and she can be currently seen as weapons expert. Mindy Markowitz in Amazon's new series hunters she's also given memorable performances on the Broadway and off Broadway stage in notable films like carnal knowledge. The last detail Annie Hall. The muppet movie Dog Day afternoon the Princess Bride Scrooge Dr and my Blue Heaven sleepwalk with me and Hester Hester Street Jewish nominated for an academy award for best actress in a professional career that began when she was just fourteen years old. She worked with talents like Woody Allen Mike Nichols Elaine may Steve Martin Andy Coffman Bill Murray. Jack Nicholson Sidley a May and Al Pacino as well as podcast guest steam boost semi and Bagel junior league. Glad Richard Donner Marilu. Henner were should Benjamin and Peter Rickard. Please welcome to the PODCAST. One of the most versatile and original performers off the last five day gates and a woman who says that job offer stop after her Oscar nomination until she was rescued by the late. Great Gene Wilder Fabulous Carol. Okay time is up now after a long intro. Now now I guess you remember the first time and maybe only time we worked together on a member about it. Is that it producers have to separate us. Because I couldn't stop laughing at Gilbert. He broke me up every second and they add the they had a separate as like being bad at school. Yeah I think it was billy and Mandy Save Christmas Mr and Mrs Claus is see my darling and and you I would say something. You'd start cracking up and then I'd watch you laugh I J- Sta and then after a while it got to that point. Where if either one of US looked at each other? We and could not begin. I is that affect on people. People Gilbert Oh yeah and it was funny because he did treat us like he's had you wait outside. We're going to do one at a time talking like too bad kids. Were Carol just so. We don't leave the listeners. Hanging tell us about what what we put in the intro there about you. After Hester Street you got the Oscar nomination as strangely enough. The phone stopped ringing. Is What people say what you would expect would be the opposite really a solid year where you literally pick up the phone like if you're in love with somebody in and they're not loved you and you're waiting for the phone to ring and every so often you have to pick up the phone to see if there's a dial tone of work now. I wasn't ringing but it was working and You know the character that I was nominated for. Little Ghetto was a Russian Orthodox Jew and only spoke Yiddish for the first two thirds of the movie and Lorscheider horse here Shaida which is a religious. We cover a married woman's real hair for modesty show. They're not allowed to those parts going around. And because you know Hollywood did and still does tinted typecast you know. Nobody had anything for me because they thought it had to be that same character. Not The you know so it was nothing and then gene called gene wilder called me one day out of the clear blue sky and offered me the world's greatest lab which was a comedy had never done comedy at all and no. I made him think I could do it but he did. He had faith in meat and milk produced in any way it. I think is really good. Although it didn't get a lot of England a lot of advertising because of certain things about what when it came out I watched it yesterday. It holds up surprisingly well. I hadn't seen it since the seventies you remember..
"carol" Discussed on Frankie and Jess
"It's Carol Baskin and her husband the one that's alive. The other ones you killed so. Justin Bieber an area on a variety. Have that new video and that new song out that we just played stuck with you, so they were asking for people to submit videos to be a part of this video right, and so they've got some real.
"carol" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Because so much is coming at you in in in in such a real way that it makes you better and there are a lot of actors not a lot but there are actors like that that if you're fortunate enough to work with them they will make you better. That's incredible it's true well as we're as we're winding this down we've already. This is like this. This hour just sailed by. I really hope you had a nice time because I it's great was so excited to meet you and I want to get all nervous and mealy mouth and flabby because you are you really are one of those people that is so ingrained in so many of our hearts because you know again. It's you you you give a lot of credit to like well. The writing was good and this. But you've created these characters and I hear your anything I was go. Oh my God. She's she's great. I'm excited because you're you're great to watch standing thank you and so what is an just. I've had an absolute blast talking to you. And I'm just absorbing all of these amazing stories about these things that I love. But what are you personally joyful about and sort of what keeps you happy. What just some tips for people who have difficulty getting out of their own heads in life. I guess you know I still have my mother. I'm so lucky. My Mother's ninety three year name is joy cain she's a composer his a lot of material on youtube which is exquisite joy cain issue pianist. She's a pianist a composer and She has written seven teaching books and she has a piece on coordinator about snow. That is so beautiful breath. Taking up your watch will and So having Mama having my dog might beautiful little johnny. Having my friends in classic movies see this is great because all the things you're talking about are those important life things and when we start out I think we think it's all about our career or job and that's our identity and then at a certain point hopefully figure out like that stuff great but it's the it's the life stuff in the relationships that and I'm lucky enough to have you know friends for forty something years that are still very close to me and that is a great great thing you know. That's phenomenal. Well I hope I hope this play works out that the reading of and I hope I get to come see you. Do something live in the near future. So thank you. For being here. People should watch hunters. They should watch screaming tomorrow. It starts. Yeah somebody that goes up. It'll be up. Yeah yeah so it'll be it'll be up and available anything. Like Jordan appeals one of the producers. And so I'm really excited about it. They sent me a link but I couldn't get it to work so I'll I'll I'll just watch it with Amazon prime membership like everyone else. Carol Kane any last words of wisdom Amato and nugget something mantra now. I'm just gave to have been here and I think you just a lovely thank you. I really appreciate that. That's my nugget. I happily accept that nuggets. I'll be facing on that nugget for several weeks. Now you WANNA go home with my wife is like you're being irritating care. Carol Kane says I'm Michael can use thank you very much. Thank the end. I D scanning complete enjoy Rato..
"carol" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"I'm I'm still sort of in that frame of mind extent. Sure I don't want anybody knowing 'cause I think it'll go away right. So yeah that is the sort of the other thing. That's interesting that you say that because there is that because we work in a business. I mean listen. In general the world is not a controllable place but this business in particular is tumultuous and mercurial and we don't know and it ebbs and flows and so I think we get superstitious because we just need to feel like we have some sense of control over our destinies but in reality we don't but we have control over the fact that We could enjoy what we're doing what we're doing just at that moment. Not figure out what's going to happen too. 'cause you just have no idea? How long did it take to free to figure that out? Seventy John Who was in my thirties. Yeah I'd say like my mid mid thirties. Maybe yeah because you know like when you're a little kid it really all is all about you have to survive and people have to attend to you. Then we're teenagers and again it's still like you're developing your hormones are raging. Everything is about your world. Then in your twenties you know like people get into the twenties and thirties kicked around by life a little bit and they go okay all right. This isn't all about does all about me but but learning how to have a healthy relationship with your ego and go. I hear what you want me to do. But I'm not really GONNA go that way because I don't think that's healthy. That's a skill set. You really have to learn how to do that yeah. I don't even think I learned how a do that what you're saying yet because I think I think now I learned as I get older and worked more and more now I learned that even though I think that's not the right way I my way is a better way. I've also learned that you've got to try everything so to director says Blah Blah Blah and. That's not what I had in mind. I won't say what you said But I want to try to. I won't say that to after I've tried it their way. Sure and then then I I'll I'll ask to try it my way. If their way just still doesn't feel like it worked out right. You know but I won't just refuse direction. I try in her hurt right and also it could inspire you to have a whole other ideas lately or it could show them like Oh. This really doesn't work. Okay let's try it the way you wanted to do it before but that again. That idea of collaboration in a business and intercultural which I think does tend to feed people just being so like me me me me. You know you when you see people who continue to work over and over and over again like yourself on so many great things and I said this dig. I sent this to carry too because carries worked on a ton of stuff to as you must be pretty cool to work with because at a certain point you know like the business. People want to work with people that are easy to work with show up on time. It's literally it's like. Do they show up on time? Are they prepared are they? Do they make everyone's job easier and that is A. That's a whole other element as well. Too Big Element. I think unless you are a big star and then they need you. You know a enough to put up with being late and things like that unfortunate. I mean it's unfortunate that anybody needs to do that. 'cause you're all together in the same thing you know But but that that that happens and people get rehired because they're you know brilliant and and their name means a great deal and yeah. Do you still feel the same kind of hunger for roles or it's like I want to try this and I want to try this other thing I still. There's so much I it's great some plays I WANNA do. There's I mean for instance going back to Hunter's what I'm doing the Amazon series island right from Kimmy Schmidt. Playing Lillian. Who's just you know right out there? And no edit in crisis feel something it right out. It's happening it's comes out of her mouth and it's happening so I went directly from that Comedy comedy comedy to hunters which is very dramatic and tough stuff a lot of it. There's humor in fact I think Al Pacino's the funniest character even know he's also you know profound everything. There's like humor. There's a lot of wacky like Almost comic book visuals and like that but the story of my character and my husband's characters extremely dark we win on concentration camp during the Holocaust with Al and and and the The the story swings and forth from those days of Hitler and then to New York in the seventies were. There's a group of people hunting Nazis that our government brought over to work here which is a true story that I did not know but once I got hired and I started researching a ton of stuff you can read it There's a car operation paper clip. Which are the stories The true stories of of of what happened in that. We were competing with Russia to get the best scientists for from Nazi scientists to to Come over and work on the space program and other scientific things and even in the White House and so i. I don't think they were group of Nazi hunters like we are in the show but there were Nazis. Take new names new homes new Accents new looks new and they were here and they were paid by the government to be here. Oh my God and so this is obviously this is the group that Al Pacino sort of at the center of weeding them out and trying to do that while each of us for different reasons because the group is very eclectic key. You'll see when you see. The hunters are still wildly. Eclectic group of people. That must be fun for you then to be able to not do the same thing from job to job stick because what you really don't want what I really don't want is to play the same character over and over again different name. You know different show but basically do the same thing. Oh boy do I not want that and and I've been lucky in that that hasn't happened right. And also that gives you a career longevity because they don't go. Carol just does this. It's like Oh my God. She can do anything. She does. Comedy and drama. But but that's also an interesting question that I have about when you're doing something wicked where you're doing the same show for years. Yeah and you still have to at least with stand up. If you get tired of joke you can just write another one or you riff for you. You know but when you're but you but you have to up. How many performances was it a week? Eight shows a week and every show has to. You have to find some molecule of something. That's new and fresh to you so that it's fresh to the audience of the not like boy. She's done this a lot like what is that. That's a whole other muscle. He has been. It's not the same as playing the same role over and over again Theoretically in different shows who would ever in being typecast. It's part of my training. You know to to be to allow for spontaneity. Even though you've done it over and over and as you say you you really all it to the audience you know to be present and alive each show really you know. You can't just go out there and like be an automatic pilot you. I mean you could do it but that would be really not right in my opinion right well. Eight shows a week. You know there's GonNa be performances where you probably have a cold or you don't feel great or you've got some crappy news before the show and you still have to like push it all out. Go focus off take it in and it into that day's performance you know. Yeah you it's. It's a real disciplined. I admire anybody who offending Jonathan Freeman. Who's been on Broadway? I think for like twenty years in all the different Disney shows right now. He's in a Latin. I don't know how fat is survived. Physically stage is very hard on people physically especially they have some color rake stage which Enlisted on Broadway stages raked which means a tire up at the back and goes down so that the audience akin the set works better that way. There's a prospection that way and but it is brutal on your body because means that for the three hours. You're on stage you're crooked yard. The entire time is crooked for a year now and you have to counter balance that was a PT. They have PT. People come like three times a week to make it that the actress can go on my. Gosh yeah I mean it is really interesting what I mean. Listen I think to most people who aren't really familiar with acting to go away it's professional pretenders. That's not hard and then you know but on the other hand like it's incredibly emotionally taxing the amount of focus in the amount of energy and the physicality or or you have cloudy context in your hunched over. And it's like it. Really the sacrifices people entertain people. Yes D- other part of its chew. You are playing at the same time. You're playing different people so that there's that gift you're getting but I I in order to do it. It takes a lot out of you. Yeah you know and do you find that. Are you a curious like in general is it? What sort of keeps you fresh curiosity. Is it sort of just you know? Each job is a new experience. Like what is it? What what have you sort of learned? After this time and sort of what keeps you going h adage a very very different experience and you have to be very adaptable and keep an open mind and really try not to repeat yourself. turn out to fall back on And Yeah and here's the thing you you get looking into the eyes of these other people that are playing the other characters and if you really are president. I'm not saying I'm always present because nobody's perfect right. But if you on the occasions that you are you get a lot coming back from your fellow actor some more than others but you get stuff and that really informs what you're doing. Yeah Yeah that's an interesting way to think about it too because if you are cousinly think like well. What can I get out of this and your focus on yourself? Then you're immediately not part of collaborative process. That would not be a good healthy way to proceed. You actually do get the thing you actually do. Get that back when you give it out there. Yes at the same time like I did a play on the Henley play. I Love Beth. Henley's writing and I did my first Beth Henley play. I did five of his first one was with Holly Hunter. And you come and Hollywood the lead and I was supporting character and you could win stage and look at Holly Your job's.
"carol" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Welcome to the PODCAST number. Ten fifty a bonus episode posting this week. Because it's very special which explain in a second but if you are out in the country of America go to wizard. Guitar Dot Com. I will be touring around Doing stand up and bringing my wizard guitar right now. I'm in San Francisco. Today's date is February twenty ninth. Oh my gosh. The Phantom Twenty nine th of February a leaping year they would say and next weekend I was supposed to be in Sacramento and my deepest apologies. I had to move the date because I'm shooting something and the schedule just landed next weekend and we only just found out and it was unchangeable and so. I apologize but I am moving those dates to August. So I'LL BE IN SACRAMENTO. I think August six seven and eight so that definitely get moved so I apologize. Just put off a handful of months so pleased still come back in August. I hope to see you there and at other places if you go to WIZARD GUITAR DOT COM Boston's coming up Brea California Minneapolis Denver. Lots of cities. But now let's talk about you the. It community events at it dot com like Nicole rose who came to the show at the punchline in San Francisco with her incredibly Nice Husband and they. She is a huge Disney fan and she actually makes custom Mickey ears. Now if you at all whether or not you're Disney fan but if you are defend you will understand the gravity and important sophisticated as Disney creates. A bunch of you know like they cycle through different mickey ears like them seasonally. They seem them around things and basically just things that when they come out we run it. We run at the mouth and say take my money in so Nicole but you know maybe they don't always have the mouse years that you want. Nicole rose actually makes custom Mickey ears which is so unbelievably cool You should go to her instagram. Which is Nicole rose crafts and I C O l e Rose R. O. S. E. CRAFTS CR but they were so incredibly sweet and her work is fantastic so I just wanted to give it a shout out so if you want your thing on the podcast you can either. Just give me your card personality. Show I'll happily mentioned it or you can email us at events at IVYTECH DOT com. Okay now this special episode. It's not that it's especially themed episode. It's just the guest I am. I was Particularly just in awe of an delighted that she came on its Carol Kane who is just a comedy legend. Well comedy just acting She has been in so many not only she'd been in so many of my favorite things but she gives legitimately flawless and memorable performances in everything. She's in it doesn't even matter. How many lines like she can have a major part or a small part you know she could be in for a couple minutes like princess bride and still or screw and whatever she does is generally like a standout thing and so. I got to sit down with her and she was just fantastic. Such a sweet and wonderful human being. I mean it was it. These are the moments that listen. I love doing the podcast but being able to convince people that idolized to come on and talk to me and she tells some great Andy Kaufman Stories. Oh my God. She was just phenomenal. So I believe that you will enjoy this episode. She's promoting actually not a comedy she's in hunters. Which is the Jordan peele produced show for Amazon? Prime that Al Pacino Stars in and it's about Nazi hunters in the seventies and it looks incredible so Carol Kane. I don't know if you're listening to this or not. But let me just keep some more love and adoration onto you and thank you for coming on and thank you for listening? D- episode ten fifty of the ICTY. Tinti podcast which starts now initiative. Does your winter is Great. Is it will. It is wallpaper wallpapers wind. Yeah my wife is what I was. Redoing this downstairs. She just had this extra paper. That's in our house and she goes here. Take this and I'm like it's fact it is perfect. It's supposed to you know it's a transformative. It's supposed to feel peaceful relaxing. Do you live in La Union. Now I live in New York. Do you get to spend a Lotta time in la. Not Anymore I used to work here a lot but I don't know why. But my last two shows which is commitment in hunters The shooting Brooklyn to commute from my apartment. Which is Great. It's fantastic. Yeah because a lot of friends who were actors who go you can't deal with L. A. I'm going to go to New York usually end up coming back like there's just not enough work in New York you know. Oh that's good. Are you doing any theater stuff at the moment? Not just did a workshop of play that Elaine may allow And I don't it was just a workshop but I hope we get to do it and in the future and theater was. I mean theaters kind of your foundation. I imagine started. I remember watching taxi and I run like I watched it week to week when I was a kid. Yeah you must. You've been very young. I was young but I still like. I love comedy and I absolutely loved it and at that time did you think like oh well. I'll be a theater actor. Maybe I'll do television and film. I Dunno or was that part of the goal or is it just like acting as acting no matter what acting is acting although I must tell you I I had in those days back in back in the nineteen hundred Maury Joe. Long there was a thing or if you're in movies you did not do. Television considered you know beneath you to do. Television was very separate in those days. Not at all anymore but So the first time I did it I really looked down upon and I thought that the producers were like people from Nabisco thought men. You know the people that had the money had cereal or whatever and so I thought the Jim Brooks who might be the funniest writer alive Along with Tina fey few few added. I thought that he was the guy from Nabisco so until he came to my dressing room after half hour and a half hour when they call half-hour Nobody interrupts you. They don't come to talk junior dressing room or anything like that. It's like sacred preparation time and Jim came and knocked on my door and I was just appalled. Said you know this after half hour and I getting ready and you so S- great. He's so respectful of that. He just understood and he didn't get offended in any basically left of. It's really funny. I know it I was such a fool. Didn't know it was different. I didn't know and and I mean I knew that the writing was brilliant and I had seen an episode that Jack Gilford did and I feel well of Jack can do it then. I can do it and once you started doing it. Did it change your perception? I started to feel that I should pay them because two lines that they gave me an in the script just consistently were so brilliant. I just thought. Oh my God. I can't believe they pay me to say you know so I can get out of here. I get to say that gift you know. Yeah but symtas character to was so like I mean yes. The words were funny but you you found that character to in did you. With that part of the. What was the audition process for? I didn't I offered it to me and Then it was all about. You know getting to know Andy and Jimmy. Boroughs who directed tax. He a talking about taxi. Jimmy boroughs. He got Andy United Together before we started working and we met and so that was great and Andy. Took okay. This is a little story so we decided that we would go out for dinner. I probably decided that we would go out for them because I wanted to learn his language like language. Because I would I was from the same place and I wanted it to really sound right like him and so he said well. I arrived at his house for dinner and we agreed that we would go someplace that no one would recognize says so when I get there Andy says he has will. I thought we would go to Mexico and I noticed I was a little taken aback. But I thought you just can hang in there and you're GonNa roll with the punches. You Know Randy what's going to Mexico. That's why so then. He's on the phone in the kitchen for like a half an hour and I'm waiting in the living room and I said I came into the kitchen and said Andy you know for going to go to Mexico. I think we better start. We'd better leave and he looks at me like I am crazy and says Mexico. You really thought we were going to go to Mexico like I'm the one that's crazy but by the way that's totally sounds like something he would do. Es That's the thing that does sound like something. He would stay story. Oh when he first met Carol Kane said he was going to Mexico and she thought he was kidding and they went to Mexico so I don't think I was too much of a food for believing that Pantley. I thought I thought for some reason I thought he was going to say we should go to a restaurant where no one recognizes us so we should just be these characters. Well we did go to a Chinese restaurant unless CNN and how we arranged it. Is that We were talking the language and I get I wanted to get his rhythm and everything and I would tell him in English what I wanted to order and then when the waiter came I would order it in Andy's language and Andy would translate to and it worked out very well and we talked to in his language for quite a while and it was a very specific rhythm you know but even though in the script you know I lines were written in English and we just Picked up with that language and then there were just a few words that were repeated and meant something that everybody knew like yet may right. What's the buzz buttons? Yeah and anyway. He used very generous. That's really cool. I mean because at that time to be on a Sitcom at that time when literally like fifty million people would tune into. I mean it's insane to think of were so great and so great tavern audience right coming from Peter. Ill and movies for me. It was like the dream job because it was a play being filmed in kind of an audience. Could react to you and everything. It was the best of everything. And did you feel I feel like that was a period of time? Where if you were on a show like taxi on a Thursday on Friday everyone was like. Oh my God. I know who you are calling out outside of the theater community like the mainstream public. That was a very shocking to be an TV and see how many people recognized here you know like recently having Kim even know. That was like a a resurgence for me. A then all of a sudden everybody at the grocery you know that the checkout people at the grocery during everybody knew me all of a sudden it was very surprised. Yeah also imagine that was there was a now. Everyone understands how shows are made and they know that people are characters but I wonder if back then people really thought you were from some bizarre country like remain me did people did people like try to talk to you in that language in public or did they had to get me to Dunkin..
"carol" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"God I don't want to kill Alpha be great if we don't get this and then I want to care I'll finally comes clean about all the shit that we already knew that with washy. Left Zeki Okay. But it has a lot to do with washy gown at boat because see when she was on a boat. She wasn't near land like she was just kind of separated from everybody. You know. And that's why. She was very reluctant to stay youngest. We already knew for actions but she was in denial correct. Like all these like knowing what I'm trying to come to. Daryl like notices reasonable. I'm just trying to get rid of her. And y'all just don't Ya'll ya'll scared. No I understand but dishes right here. This is crazy right and so she finally came through on just as like. I'm trying to hurt her. Like I WANNA do everything it takes fuck whoever's in my way I don't give a fuck and I felt like it was kind of a breakthrough and honestly it does point. I thought OK she gets it right. I don't know why I thought that because I thought that Shit last time we talked to in the woods and was like stop running off. You almost ran into a trap. They would affect your leg right okay. She finally gets it but she she never gives it Man Which I mean you know if you think about the show from what Carol is Jag. Our kind of makes more sense thereby always tells Jack. Not to do some shit. And what does Jack do some shit right and is one of those days to four yet? Think Karoshi whipped from losing. Her daughter to a whole season happened just morning into sad to recovering and building becoming a bad ass. Basically she not gonNA take no shit and basically Alford took her child but now she's I look I'm not no we'd be at you like what you not. GonNa do right. He and his begged me to stand by Ali. I refuse and I think it also started to with her husband. Being her abuser. Believe Corral so the other thing too is It's Kinda like the same thing happens with twitter. Sometimes when you see people that are constantly fighting because at some point they were victimized by somebody so now at but at some point every everything becomes a fi everyone like you compromising or backing down becomes like. I'm letting his bad person win no matter what the circumstances are now not saying. Alpha's not a bad person. Clearly she is the fact that Carol is not even willing to work with everybody. Licey not even willing to like wait for people to like get plans together income and come together as a community and beat this woman. She just wants to be Alpha. She. I don't even think she necessarily care about being the whispers. I think she just wants to kill Alpha and make her pay suffer the way that she felt about Henry and that's why I have to. You know I hate to do this to the audience but this is why I have to blame e her house watch carol they would want begging pleading for Henry. Geek he'll ally every email I'll he came away from him. I hope he burns a hail. Well look what he did to his Mama. That was her son and now she's all fucked up. You fucked that one the best characters on the show because he's grieving pain. We didn't won't this? I thought Carol was going to be off. Focus sheet care went out on a boat and said I'm gone. Did she came back? She don't work with the crew risking people's lives like she don't care like this is crazy. Everything bad happens from Carol Edna so then they they They finished talk and then Magna Rose into the whispers while trying to use a mash to find a way out they all come to her aid quickly and it was kind of a cheesy jump. Scare like mangoes rocketed Doug. I couldn't tell like she was walking through the cave and turn around with the match and then somebody ran up on issues like God and he just went to commercial and I was like what the fuck happened. Did you find out? Well lives? She will be suspenseful right but we came back and found. Basically those whispers have found them. Of course I crew beat Somalia. No way even get stabbed heard to all right. This is one of those like everyone safe episode. Oh so after that. They find a jerry discovers that their arrows on the K. walls lead to an exit because that was like. How can you tell us away out? These like well come from this way. Plus is a big ASS ero and out. I know directions when asked me? Exit should have been an exercise. It this way so they may find a place. You are here right. Yes yes so then they find a place where you had to squeeze through the lead cave area and you know Connie keys. Carol Com across through this little this jazz and out of skinny people are exercising their privileged. Gino's sly out through except for care who's got claustrophobia. You Know Darryl talking to her talking to her through it yes he is right to the end of course. Jerry's in the back because he's the biggest and it's like you get stuck you don't want people everybody to be a headache behind you. So I like my aries. Looks like you okay back there Jerry. Jerry's like six two. I have problems. We're using like an airplane bathroom. No not okay. Last for like I'm okay as can be but Yeah so having a panic attack and then darryl finally coaches out. Jerry's like hold up quite here behind me. He turns his flashlight behind them. And there's a bunch of Walker somehow crawling through the crop through crawlspace right after all this is again a true can walking dead conveys ambience them. The focus was ten feet below them. Well not just that. But when when they jumped into the horde as they were trying to make it across and they were jumping on those rocks. The zombies couldn't climb the rocks out but then they wouldn't have any motor function correct. These motherfucking zombies was speaking. Yes I'll I wouldn't now. What division Islamise Zombie as we in rock climbing these go metal islamise waterfall? It was an ally I got this. This will hold over there and so then we just basically they just do out the schedule. Shit out of us they. Jay is going to get better and I. I did think he was going. No no you gonNA leave without him. Kids NOT IN A BILL. In the baby's. No I have this okay. I can't see kings more in U. S. along basically. He gets as like I. They give me they bite me. I can't audit by my feet. Just let me go. I've gone nails like no heirs. Hey these about maybe taking your backpack out. As long as he took off his gear obviously was enough to get through and he came through. And I guess there's obvious couldn't climb all the way to the top though because they didn't even have to like kill zombies And then of course. He's just like scared and they check them to make sure he's not bitten in his shoes and share it with straight. They didn't get through. They didn't get through our scare. The hell out the down for the cows by the hope for you. I want to get out of the cave. They look out the edge because they almost like it was like you come out of Cave. You can basically fall off the edge follow like hundreds of feet yeah magnet just look. She did like me. When I went up an addict she'd been looking forward to that down by one eight. They look down eventually and Darryl us like a Zombie arm is a taught in using the whole time he threw it down and you could see they were probably a couple of hundred feet above where they started. But also the zombies. Were all down there and it was bigger than eight dollars. Ios A big Zito from up there So then they get close to a exit for the cave. Magnus all impatient like we need to rip down everything. Go through and they're like this shit is a support. Beam dummy if you just start moving shit to open up a whole it's going to cave in and we're GonNa die you know and And so then they found some dynamite in Kelly's like look I found the dynamite and I love this Gerald's like this old shit. You he was telling me she did adding no. It's more than I am which I think.
"carol" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Now I have seen way grosser porn ride. That all of my. Oh I don't know how was. Somehow that took the cake I was like no right it did. I don't notice the man down no no they. Don't shower I don't and everybody's dirty again right definitely. Don't wash their legs in a whisper. Nobody Watches League. But I don't know it was some about that no no. I can't do this which I have watched them. Fly Out there. She but I was like nope. We Watch people's heads. It would get decapitated in his show staff through so terrible violent horrific dramatic. She does have it in half. That's crazy how much it we excuse newsletters. I knew it was on a Catholic on disgusting. I thought that was the end of their story together. So let's go to the cave So the cave and I guess is why episodes caused squeezed had squeeze out of that cave. Okay like watching the instagram models. Follow Charter was some jeans. It was it was. It was also one of those things with Dave reminded you bitching here because the Carol because she was impatient she'd it won't take the time to actually look 'cause you know they they were going to go into the cave. But you couldn't just run here person now. You don't know what the fuck was happening in that case I would then. She learned a lesson because they're stuck in a cave right. And now these are the consequences running off half cock and she'll learn from this and we'll get our old carol back The crew is still stuck in a cave when we start our is standing across the chasm looking at them and careless so of says she lets out a primal scream across this chasm of fucking zombies just like zombies far as I can see in this case serve it like the iphone came out the easiest dropped and everybody and so then. Alpha leaves the Cave and tells those whispers. I told you about earlier. Like make sure that they don't get out An an inside magnetized crawl out of the cave by having people booster up so she can try to crawl to the top. She falls down and they're like She's like almost got it. They're like no year. Darryl says yeah you can follow and break your neck. We gotta find another way out right So they basically spot some rocks that are jetting out from the bottom of the cave where you can kinda jump on. The rocks would hire the design. These mounds are but they're not really like too hot to jump to so it's like we make like five or six jumps across this little like on the each rock because you know it's just like a video game right it's like convenient rock placement. You know what I mean like. We make the perfect Jones. We can all get out of here alive And so they basically you know Yada Yada Yada. They do a couple of close calls where like Kelly almost like falls down and gives bitten but she doesn't And we know Kelly's being like Kinda losing out there a couple times. She's lost her hearing in in the woods and Shit right and being disoriented I think also she was the one that got hurt out in the woods and they wouldn't saved her ankle yes so but Kelly makes it across and she's really the closest one. They have to get bitten but she does it. And we also was to say we're not safety. What to the other side breath? This is when we find out that Carol is struggling down here because she got claustrophobia. Fucking headfirst into some shit though right see basically stolen from the X. men I remember cartoons star. You remember. That can store. Had all she wanted me the most powerful bitching. Oh this she was any other time. She tolerant of Windsor. Africa is let you put in a flag in tiny space. She was like Oh God no let me out. She could probably burst open. I don't understand it. Felt like that. Show hers tiny spaces no matter what every week but yeah so then and I don't think we ever Buddhist. She was claustrophobic now. We didn't okay. She's never been in a position where it has had to come out because she starts a lot. I think Connie or somebody like yeah I and she's like I'm just need to catch my breath because he's like you sure. Would there just turned around. She collapsed 'cause Daryl to me feels like he's over the shit that he knows lane body language and he's been around people no no do. Yeah we better go into a tight spot and she's basically panicking but also like sometimes he covers for her in front of other people just like he's over these. Nah Fuck that she. She claustrophobic Gal yet. These I am trying to get the fuck Outta here. So they magna stars asking the pertinent questions. The state that I wanted to know which is what the fuck is wrong with you. Carol like magazine. We wouldn't even be stuck down here. You'll ask run down here without anybody like this Joe Foul really you know and like I give a fuck about you being claustrophobic. And they like not right now. We need to worry about getting now. She like nothing baton. Picture me four. You AIN'T NOBODY GONNA ask in who've right. We got plenty of Tom. Right now. Spacing opportunity. Let's talk about this shit And so then Darrow While they're arguing Daryl's Lights Imagine I don't know he doesn't boy Scout Shit where he can tell which way the wind is blowing or something in came out where the water is coming from how to get out. You Know Darryl you just notice it we would have. That was me our been down there forever. Why wouldn't have been tell you nothing about? Oh I think the the sort of match being this means we. This is the way out but So he's got time for this shit magnet chill out and he's like we need to go this way and then later they're all Chilin Canyon Kellyanne asking each other's okay aired on his name your airports on his hand. They're kind of split up a little bit and Darryl says with Carol magnetized by asking for some matches and Kellyanne. Connie do you think it's day or night in Connie's like I try not to even think about that Shit Then Darryl Care I have a heart to heart Like a real true. He's eighty dollars. New told me I would know shit outside this off a little bit. So at the beginning he sits down she goes. How'd you know I was never told you that? And he said of our new Oji told me I would know shit basically. He's hurt he's like you don't trust me. You don't tell me Shit and you fucking then you go off and do shit that risk group at risk your life here like you. I'm writing die. I will always you like. I don't care about going here with you but you got to let me know playing you. Cages be Willy Nilly. Doing you got me holding the bag. You know. And not as. She tried to turn their back on him. I will look who's talking. I'm like just because they're quiet is the same thing as him. Fucking line to phase and during the opposite like darryl is more tailored to your face like design feeling. I'm not changing. You know like when he was out there by itself in the woods with dogs for how many years he was like yes. It is what own and no. I'm not coming with you. He wasn't lying saying yeah he didn't go. Amoco with you and they turn around and leave you. I is man. She's changed. Yes yes but still no still right on. The show happened in this scene. Especially this conversation because I love their friendships much. Turn my back on anymore enough. I gotta run out that skin. Three worry much you all have caught go outside Yeah I like air working to make all trust none of these mother fuckers right because I thought the thing Campbell was a bad idea like I thought all. This shit was shit with media. I always a fucking bad idea right and nobody was there. He's no rick okay. I his leadership skills leave a little bit to be desired. Everybody just like Oh. That's just they're talking we do do. I'M GONNA go work with Gamma quick. But one thing about him he is. He has a level head because for him. He's like a another half cox yet. 'cause Jahromi we need a yeah. I was the one that you know calls Muslims. Who didn't die true like so? I know what it is to go out here. Inches had don't look nobody in the fucking new plus you could tell. His brother was Merle. You can use the dealer with a certain amount of crazy. Thank you to talk to me. I WANNA be there. You know. I don't know what to do anymore..
"carol" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"So when I was going to do my show, our executive producer, Bob banners, said, Carol, you should do q. and a and we won't have a warm-up person because the audience should get to know you before you put on the fright wig or blackout your teeth or where a fat suit or whatever, you know, and I can't do. I know, no. And he talked me into it. I said, okay, I'll I'll try it for like three weeks because I was that wasn't Lee. And so I remember the first time I went out, I was terrified. Oh, and he said, we'll put some plants in the audience. And I said, no, I don't. That won't be right. So I was afraid nobody would ask a question or I was afraid somebody would, and I have a good Asir, but in the end, it probably cemented your bond with the audience. Did. And after about an what? Once we were aired we were on the air and the folks at home saw it. So the folks who came to see the taping, they were ready? Yes, yes. Ask questions, you know, just the end so it became it was all ad lib. There was nothing ever by never knew, and some of the most fun things we ever had on the show came out of Cuna. Yeah, you know. And yeah, and it was a good pad because if the show was short, yes, we would show all fifty minutes of Cuna or if it was long, it would just be high. Don't go away. We'll be right back. Well, another thing that was a staple of the show always, I think at the end you did your airtime what brought that about? Well, that was when I got my first job on television in New York. It was a Paul wind, chill kiddy, TV show. So I call my grandmother and I said, nanny. I'm going to be on television Saturday. And she said, well, say Hello to me. I said, I don't think they're gonna let me say Hillary nanny. So we worked out that I would pull my left ear and it meant. Yeah, that's great. Carol Burnett show was on the air during Watergate the Vietnam war assassinations, all kinds of civil unrest, but you wouldn't ever know that from watching it. And I wondered if it was a conscious decision to avoid dealing with topical political stuff. It wasn't like we avoided it. It just wasn't our thing. Right. You know, as I've said, I'm a clown. You know, I love the whole idea of belly, laughs rate, and later on we got a little serious with some of the family sketches which I love, which. Was like, and I think that's kind of why today we're going on fifty one years. Yes, I'm getting fam- from ten year olds who have watched the DVD's been put out, see me on you to and on me TV, and they hold up. It's timeless because it's timeless because it wasn't timely. Right, right. Interesting. So what were your favorite sketches was Eunice up there? I loved you. I I loved loved you. Eunice. It was really an, I don't know of any other variety show that ever did that kind of thing. It was serious, but the way we played it, I hope it was funny, absolute and people this, oh my God, like some people didn't like it at all because it may be too close to home. You know, because it was it was the poster child for a dysfunctional family. In the first time I read it. I thought this is really pretty good writing their jokes, right? No jokes, it's all character. So when I Vicki RV and I were reading it the first Monday morning, we would just read it at the script at my office. We didn't have a big table read like they do today with the crew, and everybody was just is right. And I started with his accent right talking like they like in this and because that's my Texas background. Right? Right. An Arkansas for my grandmother and Vicky picked up on it and Harvey. So now we had a run through had run through every Wednesday for the writers and the crew, the director and so forth. And we did did it that way. And the two writers who created declare genetic man, they were horrified. They were really hard. What are you doing? Because they were from Chicago and they both hated their mothers..
"carol" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"No all right paul stidham carol once fell asleep on stage during a live performance that i do not believe it happened what was the play i was doing once upon a mattress i was doubling i was doing the garry moore show at the same time so the the and i was working seven days a week so the finale of once upon a mattress is i'm the princess and they put me on top at twenty match and the evil queen puts a p under the bottom well the whole point is that she feels something and she can't sleep and so i was tired this one day and i fell asleep in front of the audience okay ball what's next while guesting on her show burt reynolds walked in on carol naked inner trusting room i really hope that that's true i'm gonna say yes no what's adding thousands what's next i know i am jerrell is so afraid of heights if she looks down from a high height her cabs cramp up i don't believe it it's true okay one more when she was a teenager carol babysat for steven tyler i don't think that adds up no you're right thank you that is so great let's go to megan from michigan megan what your question for carol burnett handy hi carol wondering who is your favorite and least favorite bows of your longtime friend elizabeth taylor favorite and least favorite spouse of elizabeth taylor did you meet a lot of her spouse's.