18 Burst results for "Chris Elliott"

Eugene Levy receives lifetime achievement award at Newport Film Festival

Donna and Steve

02:44 min | 1 year ago

Eugene Levy receives lifetime achievement award at Newport Film Festival

"The Newport Beach Film Festival obviously could not be held in public this year, so The event. Organizers instead decided to do something kind of fun, and they did this with the help of that broadcast on pop TV, and they surprised Eugene Levy. They want to give him the lifetime achievement award. And so they thought, we'll do it like kind of via video conference, and then they said, Well, we've got a surprise. We're not the only ones who wanted to congratulate you. But there are a couple other friends who also wanted to say a few words. And then it goes into this 10 minutes. Essentially, ah, tribute video to him from various people now, too, that you will hear from including cast members from Bleeps Creek there on this is well, but the two that you'll hear from our his longtime pals. Steve Martin and Martin Short, who pop up probably four different times. In this tribute video keeps bouncing back, which is really cool for the video. It's not like you hear four minutes from Martin Short. It's 10 seconds here. 15 here eight seconds with this guy 30 seconds with that girl, Here's Steve Martin and Martin Short toasting. Eugene Levy. But you know, Eugene, you're special because You. Our person, You know, I see people on the streets, sometimes in crowd sometimes alone. I think Eugene could be down the street. He is a person and I happen to know At the Newport Beach Film Festival wanted to give this to a person he was becoming this absolute living legend. Eugene. I was telling everyone how you become a legend. It's just that it's his son, Isaac Daniel Daniel Levy, his son, a fellow co star and co creator of Bleeps Creek, hey is featured throughout Angela Harris, his former co star from SC TV. He Barton, short, Angela Martin and a few others, John Candy, I believe for a time. Over an SC TV. This Canadian improv sketch comedy group and television show Catherine O'Hara was Catherine O'Hara. Yes, yes, And, of course she opposite. She's upset him in Bleeps Creek as well, but it's really It's just sweet and it's fun. And so many people just talk about his kindness. In Ah, how sweet of a guy he is and how much of a professional he waas on set there and just really took the acting and I I think he said, Look, we don't want to play this for laughs, Bleeps Creek. He was like we'll play it as it's written, and he knew that it would result in laughs, but he didn't want extra Ham up everybody's lines all the time to try to hit you over the head with it. Chris Elliott, his Bleeps Creek Co star appears with the longest thickest white beard. You've ever seen. It puts David Letterman's to shame. It's really something.

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"chris elliott" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"chris elliott" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Elliot. Hello to you. I didn't mean to not say Hello to you right here. I am the catalog or of course, captain clunk behind mission control over there is there. The name of the movie is clear as ghost now. This is the story of Clara, Iran. Why don't you you know? What would you say? Brian your daughters, Abby an upright here in this thing, you've been wife as in this thing what what is the movie about you talk about it? Instead of me reading a printed thing. It's about a family of entertainers of two sisters that are are are entertainers and the fathers and entertainer. The mother is not and it's takes place over the course of one long eve drunken evening, a lot of drinking goes on. And it's it's about family dynamics. And it's about how sort of the mother in. I think just about every family becomes kind of the brunt of a lot of humor. And especially for you know. Family. You know, kids that are and and husbands that are in the business that are competing with each other top each other the mother becomes the brunt. And Clara who Paula plays in? It is is the brunt of a lot of abuse from from her family, and she starts to see a spirit who actually in Boldon's her and sort of guides her I into becoming a little bit more self-assured, it's kind of about and this is gonna sound deep from me, but I'm not the director of the writer, but for me, it's about you know, being seen and not being seen. And and what that means to people and how it affects people, and and we're not we're we're playing kind of tuned up versions of ourselves very negative versions of our sentiments, except for Paula a pug, Clarice character is a you're the one really acting impalas. This is amazing in the movie, but it's bridie Abby and myself where we're playing, you know, kind of kind of the darkest ugliest side of ourselves in this movie. And it's you know, Brady was influenced a lot by you know, who's afraid of Virginia Woolf in a long days journey into night. And and and also Rosemary's baby. And this kind of combines all those things right into it. So and it's and it's out now based on going to open this episode drops out now, and you could also get it video-on-demand, correct right on demand on various cable outlets. All right now, I have to admit I stopped listening. Did you you said Clara's? Yes. And I then Chicago accent that I'm saying Clara most people would. No, I don't ever know. He's from New York. And that's how they you're also from the east coast. No, I I would say Clara say Clarisa pretentious at being pretentious stick have. Because that bridie kept correcting us she kept saying, no, it's Clara. She decided that that was bright is. Yes. And you would have said terrorists Clark to get you know to have this conversation. She knew she saw the future we read sitting here having this conversation. Wait a minute. This is the daughter of has the studio apartment. That's right. Yes. That's a one bedroom. She's gotta have some rules editing up after this movie. Right you well, she will. She was just great. She raised the money for this movie. She, you know, and thank you for everything you donate. It. But. Time today. No, you what you you know, donate it..

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"chris elliott" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"chris elliott" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"But Paul is also joining us they're both the stars along with their daughters. Abby end up righty Elliott. Then I I can't pronounce his last name is Dora. Burster is she she not in the cast. You guys wearing your movie Lee, ask her pronunciation covers Coverage not not to to talk talk to her. her. But I didn't delve into the last name pronuncia. We called her Izzy is. Okay. So is he's in this thing. And then a guy wearing a Haley Joel has been costume. That was really him. I think it's him. It has him. Yeah. Sweetheart, what was the movie the kid was in a child's accents? That's right, which I figured out. And you know, you not can I tell you. I did and Dino why because of wardrobe because in every scene Bruce Willis was wearing the same blue shirt and overcoat, and I thought, oh, well, this is a different day. Why is he dressed like that? And then I realized oh, he's dead. I get it. Wait, a minute boilers, he was dead. Now. I never end of it. What's up? Cannot believe it. But I think that's because I'm in the business and I look at wardrobe, right? Right. That actually sure Sure. you gotta die. I got it while you can tell can't u I I love that sweater. Thank you very much actually be like a hole in it. I don't care if I'm at is that moth related it's actually just nerves. Yeah. It's like at my shrinks office. It's just like one one arm. Rest is torn up. Everybody. Everybody tears at it with their left hand. And then, you know, uses their right hand to make their point. But how many times a week? Do you go gosh how many days are there in a week? Unless you're the Beatles here. All right,.

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"chris elliott" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"chris elliott" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Your bed. I still got some New York connections. Are you from New York? I mentioned that it has come up yet. All right, Chris. And I'm what's that? What's the what is it the hawk that comes off as the wind? Now, do you know there's to call it the windy city has nothing to with the wind. You know that oh Dick's has to do with. What has do with the politics? You never know which way the is that true. Yeah. Wow. I just saw that said it's because folks from Chicago like to say how great Chicago is. That's another. No, that's not ditch shut the fuck. Just to. Oh, no. Good. Hi. Bye bye legends four. But that was the most direct. That love you. But. Okay. Oh, the best the Sifford is if you please playing along with the premise somebody on the internet is going even Chris Elliott. With that person can do they can cut their foams off as well that person. Okay. All right. So listen to movies out. Thanks for coming. That's it. I'm outta here. No, no way. No. Stay at all afternoon. Verse eyecare, do we order in? What do what do you want to get what you would? By the way, we're not. Would you go Thai food Italian? I know I will go Asian. I would go sesame chicken. I would go home white meat. Yeah. Okay. If some people like dark meat sesame chicken. I think it's no, no, no, no, no, no sauteed string.

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"chris elliott" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"chris elliott" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Placards with him fields. We talk him up. Here's a question of we head once WC fields. Somebody called them Bill. Your thoughts. You don't feel feel the WC fields on me moving with rod Steiger as WC fields. Oh, you would have a good laugh. It's horrible. It's just awful. But so mad. It's good. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. But I mean, I mean, I don't know who could do that part. Certainly I think it came out like a nine hundred seventy five or something, and I don't, you know, looking back on it. I don't know who I would have, you know, cast more than may. I I don't know who maybe here Rando pureed. Thoughts. That scares me every time you say that because I don't like thinking apologize for that. I'm I'm still here from forty feels like school whenever you said that your shit seventy five you know, what I watched last night popped up. I was I was sick in bed last night. And and luckily show this over three hour span with commercials dog day afternoon, one of the best movies ever ever made. And I have not seen it in decades. Really? And boy, oh boy. I I know Pacino's somewhat turned into a punchline in a way, right, right? First of beautiful. Oh, you all this. And that he he's an and the movie is flawless. It's it's yeah. You know that opening the John, you know, music in the beginning and that montage of New York, which I I read was actually the editor just through that together. And put that music on when they were doing rough cuts of the movie just so that they had an opening and then they loved it so much. They refined it and use that as the opening, and then that whole thing that Atticus stuff was actually some I think a stage hand, or or or grip, you know, suggested that to Pacino it's not something that actual guy did who who robbed the Bank. But it something that somebody suggested to Pacino, and he did it and the extras and everybody went crazy. And so we started doing it in every take. Well, that's awesome. Yeah. That's a great movie. I love that movie. I love any movie about New York City in the seventies French connection, even like movies, like the seven up ups with ROY Scheider, which came out after the French connection. But a lot of the same people are in it when d- crocodile VIN diesel. I'm well. One two or three the first. Yeah. Yeah. You can't beat that. Well, that was the second one Redwood second ones where he goes to New York. No, they're they all there. New york. Yeah. Crocodile at the second one. He goes back to the what is the subtitle for.

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"chris elliott" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"chris elliott" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Make sure you wind those up in really nice and clean before you throw. My trash is gonna try to throw MS. As a here, we go. Get the backboard, oh, I was going to have Garin do. But if you want to that. Hey, yeah. That's a win some of the court went out, but that's a win. Boy, these stink somebody has a but see here's the thing. You don't know how they sound. So you buy them on. Now, we got Chris Elliot walking into the room. He puts little literally walked from the through the door. Put the smile on your face to fake it. You were literally with a sad sack. Look on your face. You walked in painted pasted on you know, they are ready. You know me inside. All right. Chris series going right immediately to the let me you want to put to put your coat over there. Put it here because I'm gonna make a quick exit. Got that feeling that makes it a who'd you bring here. I have no idea. She's been following me around your beautiful beautiful wife. Who is also in the movie, she is in the move. She's the star of the movie and its if an introducing exactly which we said that for humor because usually it's introducing a twelve year old girl. That's right now, Paula neater Elliott is the star of the movie and Paul started as an actress many years ago, and then we met actually at the Letterman show and. Had couple of kids. And now do I need the cans. No you thanks, very frustrated with. It's like a rubik's view. You also give us all the information you need. Thanks for coming in. Covered. Chris you missed it. I my my headphones, my usual, headphones just broke. And I've got these things in they're echoing like crazy, and I can't stand it. We'll take him out. How's that? I can't hear a word. You're saying what's up? It's a really good point. This is like first class what's going on in an airplane? We turn my headphones down. Maybe that'll be a self this chick. Does a that. You know, which ones do you? I'd never remember, which is that you probably number one just one. There we go. Yeah. Higher higher higher higher higher a legend in here. So we could have done this in a break, very important doing. All right. I really hours are you on the air? What we go usually around one and a half, the two hours episodes. Yeah. Yeah. I understand you have a very tight schedule. Absolutely. So for about seven hours, right? All right. All right. Well, let's pull awesome board games. Get going. All right. Chris Elliott here. He's got a brand new movie with his daughters. His wife Paula. It's literally has Clarice ghosts the name of the move. That's the name of the movie. All right. And my youngest daughter bridie wrote and directed and also stars in the movie, we all star in the movie, it's the the whole family does. And it's shot and was shot in our house in Connecticut. You live in Connecticut. Yeah. Yeah. How often do you get out here to the west coast? I, you know, I come out in, you know, make some money out here when I have to and and then and then have back there we've lived out here on and off you still have a house here. Now. I I have a house. I'm mini. That's about it. Where do you guys? Do you? Do a mini is. I I don't either. That sounds like an exotic. Farm warm. Yeah. No. We haven't cabinet main. I do have a cabinet. So we have a cabinet, man..

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"chris elliott" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"chris elliott" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

"Think about it. No. I think it was fifty fifty. I think the listeners thought either we both at a stroke or you were in fact thinking about. I think I have had a couple of strokes during this fun. You're you're so great. And you're so great at this. Well, we had a conversation. Yeah. I mean just felt normal to feel like I had to you know, act or perform or do anything. Yeah. In eighty four minutes went by. That's Jesus Christ that I should be paid for. This. Thank you for signing. The disclaimer. And the non agreement. Thank you, Chris. Thank you what. A pleasure it. This is your great. Thank you living on the east coast east coast. Connecticut. Maine, I well from the film clips that I've seen the movie, I love your home. Oh, thank you. And I can't wait to come and stay for a bit. You're welcome to. It's we'll sell it to you. The film crew ruined. Now, sit there and company. Well, they wrap things up for the folks at home. There you go. There's yet another episode of the chat show right to again as always a K PCS fan mail at g mail dot com. I think that's the mail that I get it right from memory KPC's fan mail g mail dot com. Look at that until next time. Well, let's thanks Sam the the engineer the stars. Always my pleasure. I wanna say Keefer. Yes. That's correct. Yeah. And I'm not wearing headphones. So when you say, yes, that's correct. I have to read your lips. Put I did didn't I Sam keeper engineer the stars and the fine folks here wolf, well thirty percent of the folks here are fine and Hannah the booking person who made this possible. Who said would you like Chris Elliott on the show? And I think I emailed back all caps. Yes. Oh, that's so sweet. So thank you Hannah. Is it Crichton like Michael Crichton? Dear christ. It is. There. We're looking through glass now to the to Hannah and Sam with the inability to hear them, but I'm enjoying it. No. That's the best way to communicate. The movie figure that day had been on the side. For titian. And Corey Lebanon post, and Matt I'm gonna try to pronounce his last name don't bother. It's very close to a tick. That's his personality. This is until next time in his always get outta my face. Hey, this is Arnie from the comedy podcasts. Low from the magic taverna chatshow. I hope from the magical land of food with my co hosts use at all the blue wizard and chunk the shape. Shifter most weeks, we interview adventurers Planas ambulatory trees. But this we have a special episode so excited to learn about the earth law contained in pride and prejudice. We're going to book club up pride and prejudice in. You said this is a book on earth. Right. Yeah. It's one of those books that people love or forced to read or more likely. It's one of those I'm going to get to its and some of most beloved guests are returning to read the book with us and enjoy some drinks and food of a book club. We have flour. We have krom the bar Burian and Gherman, you know, who they are. Maybe you don't give a crap about what an academic thinks about Jane Austen. But don't you wanna know what a wizard in a badger think about it not enough spells not enough? Not enough sword fights, whether you love, pride and prejudice or have no interest in reading and just wanna listen to a book club. Go really. Off the rails. You'll enjoy this week's Hello from the magic tavern. We shall defeat this book.

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"chris elliott" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

05:11 min | 3 years ago

"chris elliott" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

"And it was it wasn't based on ET. It was based on MAC and me that horrible movie that I think McDonald's produced let's think there they were eating McDonald's a lot. Yeah. That's what that was based on. Brian is treasures such a sweetheart. Yeah. He's such a great guy. And we we became friends on get a life, and then we did together. And we've kept in touch on. I used to send him he loved Remmy Martin. And so I used to rapper every holiday I would send him, you know, a case of Remmy, Mark. Martin as a gift. And then there is a couple of years where I was not working, and I just sent him you know, like a little split of primate market. Just told him told him sorry in kind of a rough year. That's testing. Yeah. I remember telling Brian I was reoccurring on a show and he's love reoccurring. He was in cabin boy. And the funny thing about brunt in Kevin boy, which was a hard shoot. He was like, you know, Adam would be blocking the scenes, and and Brian was his name was skunk in Catalonia skunk would probably be damned below during this. Wouldn't be he wouldn't exactly. It was just wanted to get out of the scene. And that's right. Yeah. He is the greatest laziest actor and such a wonderful actor. I mean, the, you know, I I saw saw national Lampoon's vacation and Chevy. Chase comes in to check in. That that line his thing in his little wondering does feeds water. Thanks to a handkerchief. He is eating that. Was it this Pacific choices in that saying? Yeah, he steals every moment every single moment. And that was when I fell in love with him. And he came he did the first season on my show, get a life. I did. There was an episode where I he runs a school handsome boy modeling school. And I and she is the, you know, teaching me how to be a male model, and and then the next season I moved into he played a different character. And I moved into his garage. But yeah, I love him. He's he's just like, you just you know, this great great actor and also just the kind of guy you just wanna hang with. You just wanna have fun hanging with. Yeah. He and tenure in Kansas City now. So you can visit. Yeah. Well, that's she's from there. Yeah. She was a PA on grant hawk day. Oh is that? Right. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. She's a successful veterenarian. That's so cool. Yeah. That's so cool. Okay. It is. Now a time in the show where we do a segment called ask Kevin. I feel like we may have covered this. But let's see where you're allowed to ask me any question. It can be silly or sincere or neither and. What was it like to work with Scorsese the next segment? You can't ask Scorsese questions. What? Specifically, do let's to general. Did he give you direction or did? You just do your stuff. And I mean because it's so everything you're doing so natural the uncomfortable miss, the, you know, clearly, you're affront, you're, you know. It's all there without being spelled out without the lines being there. It's all coming from you. You know, I started directing a couple years ago. And I take a lot from one aspect of the way he directs actors, right? So within the composition of the shot. If you were to put a a clear graph over the monitor he would know what's in every square of the graph. Wow. Within the composition very very specific. And then within that composition. That's painstakingly. Perfect. The actors are free to do whatever they want. So in the scene where Bob cassettes easily. What you call? Sure that it. The who I never knew really the entire experience. If the even knew that I was an actor in the movie. Wow with well. There was just this weird. Good or bad. It was undermining at times. But also, I respected his process, which is to be completely absorbed in that day's work. Right, right. Not being dis- missive in any way, shape or form. Or even ignoring me. Even though that's how you ultimately feel. But he's so dialed into what he has to accomplish in the scene, and in the way that he and Marty another name you never get used Bob and Marty..

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"chris elliott" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"chris elliott" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

"She's on my left guy sitting to her left with his daughter decides he needs to be on his phone during the trailers. So okay. Maybe that'll stop right movie starts still on his phone. Can't get enough won't stop. He's not talking as taxis tax day the white. It's the light office phones. Exactly. Right. And we're now eleven minutes into the movie in this hasn't stopped and we're both. We've both spent the eleven minutes, not speaking to each other. But both thinking, right. Are you fucking kidding me? When is this going to stop, right? Do I say something? And when I say, something what will be the outcome. Right. Because this person who's doing this clearly has total disregard for everyone around them. Is there anything I can say that will change their opinion. Will I only enforce them having them dig in those awful clause and heels to be that much more of an asshole, right, right? Stand up for their right to be an asshole, right? And sure enough she says something to this guy. He has complete disregard for not only all human beings about any sense. Jamie says something today me says something to him, and it was just. Do you mind or could you please turn them the nicest version, which I'm sure she had already rehearsed? Right, right. Eleven hundred times. Right. And his reaction was go. Fuck yourself. Oh my God. So now any says it loud enough for me to hear it? Oh my God. My instinct is to lean over and say, what is your fucking problem? Right. And and we start to get into it. And he's in front of his daughter. His point of view is just crazy enough that you realize this is not going. There's no logic. It's like talking to a drunk right this. There's no way to to to breakthrough right and have any sense of satisfaction. And and it's we stop and we're sitting there both steaming. And Finally, I think she or maybe it was I said to the other. We gotta go, right? So we get up. We we leave. We find a manager. But when you said you had to go, you were definitely going to leave or were you just trying to make the point to this guy where you the first attempt. I think mind was let's find a manager. I want to say this guy on fire. Right. And so instead of setting him on fire, I need management to know that this guy is. Being completely irresponsible right to the theater going experience. Right. We find a manager to manager find security they go back inside. And. We that this point. We will get some satisfaction of he's removed. Right, right. The outcome is I'm sorry, sir. You know, he's a paid customer to. He said he won't do it anymore. Are feeling is. Well, we don't want to go back and sit down next to this asshole. And also we've just missed seventeen minutes of the right Rier done the outcome. Was we left Santa's whole to stay there. He won. And he won he won. And it will remain in my in both of our memories. I'm sure as. This could happen anytime. Yeah. This could happen anytime now. And I guarantee you you went back on his phone. Oh, yeah. And felt better about it because he had two seats. That's. No one's gonna complain. Yeah. And all this in front of his daughter. Just the Toronto leaves ample unbelievable. And we boy we talked about that for maybe a month. No, I'm sure there was. I can't believe they did the theater give your, you know, they gave us our money back again, this free tickets to come back anytime, please feel so. Terrible. But also they kept saying you can go back in he's apologized. And he says I won't do it again, right next this guy. I don't wanna see this guy. And if you're not gonna throw him out. Fuck you, right. Right. Exactly. Yeah. But that was I again, I feel like okay. Well, that now all bets are off that could happen anytime. Yeah. No. It can. Yeah. And I I don't know. I just I the growing up in New York the fear was an an alum before cellphones for me. It was you know, rats running across, you know, your feet, you know, at the Baronet and coronet on third avenue there. But but. I don't like being I'm not a people person..

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"chris elliott" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"chris elliott" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

"But it's it is the somebody else was asking me, they they were saying, you know, you once said you wanted to try maybe a lost in translation kind of movie where you're you can be funny, but also act dramatically, and I think this would this is like the like I've skipped lost in translation, they went to and gone straight to the final. This is you know, this is just all me me strip down. There's no this is it right now. I don't know how to do another character. This is it. We don't want to do. I don't I don't. But Paula is acting in the movie, and she's I think amazing, and I'm not just saying that because she's my wife, but she is. And this is amazing recorded isn't thought where we on the air. Sam is still being recorded. I gotta heads, okay? Down. Where where will people is December twenty first is that the it's opens today, actually, the seventh? Oh, good today, the seventh. Yes. And it's going to be in theaters. And then it's on demand. You know, like the next day. It is gonna be in theater. Yes. That's accurate. Yeah. Because that's the hard part, especially for any movie made with no money, right? And no Ryan is releasing it. And and again Brighty did this all herself in and that's the nice thing about this time of life in the entertainment world. There's a lot of venues out there that you can take advantage of right, which also makes it that much more difficult. I think to get into theaters to actually have the Atra district because all the other channels don't cost any money to market, right? So the people who want to buy your film don't wanna spend that much money unless they have big enough name to justify peony budget. I also have to say, and maybe this is because I'm simplistic, but I now with TV's your home TV being giant and the sound being great and all these on demand options to watch movies from the seventies to now, or whatever you wanna watch. I to me the movie experience in a movie theater. Really? It's got to be like a giant three D movie to get me into a seat now to to to watch something, you know. And I hate that. You know, I I hate that. I can't just go and watch you know, and and watch a drama without thinking, oh, I'd be more comfortable myself watching this more, more and more. I find an I loved the theater going experience. But more and more. I find. Those experiences while watching a film in a theater I spend on on average a minimum of thirty one percent. During the experience thinking is this guy gonna fucking shut up? Right. Right. Right. Why don't people understand? They're not at home. Right. Right. Yeah. So I'd rather be able to say that to the person seated next to be on the couch. Yes. Yeah. I'm the same way. I'm exactly the same way. And did they tell me we had this experience, Jamie? My better half an eye. Pack theater very excited to see this film. Tickets in advance reserve seating all those things. Can't wait finally sit down places packed..

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"chris elliott" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

04:40 min | 3 years ago

"chris elliott" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

"Yeah. An- and with virtually no budget shot and seventeen days. And I think the idea of working with us and letting us do, you know, the the sides of ourselves that scare us Cher really do scare and said he's kind of comment on show businesses. Well, as as in variety said, you know, in family, dynamics, you get stereotyped you get you get pinned as what you are in your family, just like in show business, right? And so in this, and I think she was pointing sort of a finger show business a little bit in this movie as well. Yeah. So she came to you all with this. She ideas, she is she loves and like I did. You know, long days journey into night or who's afraid of Virginia Woolf anything that takes place through the course of one evening and she started writing versions of it. And she sent me a few versions, and we talked about it. And and she was finding the movie as she was writing these versions took her couple years two years to write it. And she finally realized oh, no this is about the mother. This is the mother's story. That's what this movie is. And the rest of us. We're a little bit comic relief. But we're also kind of the shit stirs in the story where the agitators were the, you know, tagging antagonise for sure. Yeah. But the idea to bring in from the title are as ghost. Yeah. And take this almost into a horror film. Right. If not completely right angle is one of the things I felt made it even more original in terms of what what to do with this milieu what she loves. Playing with John RAs, you know, with like dramas comedies and horror films. You know, and she combined sort of all of those in this, and there's a certain historic aspect to this. The Clark character is or the ghost characters actually based on a woman that lived in our house in the in the early twenties. I guess who was considered by the town to be crazy and did walk through town naked did did sort of these crazy things, and you know, most likely she was bipolar or had some issues that people didn't understand back then and has a version of her revealed itself to any of the family members over the years. I think there is a version of her inside bridie. Okay. And I think that's where I think bridie, you know, wanted to use that character as the person who helps the mother, you know, because I think that's broadly has always. Is the youngest? I think she's always had, you know, she's always observed how and we're not as awful as we are in the movie to each other where we are loving family. But, but I think she's always observed that the that Paula has had to take a back seat to my celebrity to you know, Abbes, and and certainly now too bright. He's yeah. And what's what's the conversation? Like as a family. And specifically for Paula. When the decision is made you're going to be the central character. We're gonna be clowns annoying. You. Paula has said that she. Didn't think this would happen because it was a good idea. Yeah. She we made for anything. I can't speak for. But I think she'd knew that it was going to be fun. It was going to be a challenge hadn't acted in a long time. She started an actress we have met. Well, we met at Letterman, she had stopped acting at that point. She she was working in the talent department. And that's where we met each other. And she did little bits with me on on Letterman. And but I think she was excited about the challenge. She went to New York, she did took acting classes with with a teacher there and something I have, you know, alien to me, you know, Paula had a process, and she actually is acting in the movie, you know, like I said, I'm playing a stripped down and maybe. I'm not gonna say, you know, brave..

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"chris elliott" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"chris elliott" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

"Right. Whereas others had always been approached by filmmaker. Do you mind if we document? Yeah. Cleared all of us that Madonna had chose to chosen to document her sight. So my my own personality backstage was an asshole and lunatic. You know, I the cameras would be following me. And I would be talking. This is before you know, sort of Larry Sanders, and even the and right, and I would talk to the cameras it was following me back. A none would appear from in full regalia from a doorway. And I would say, oh, just a moment. Thank you sister. And she would say thank you for the check in the donation, and I would say this is unnecessary to do this in front of the camera. I would go into hug her, and I read this physical mover, you go into hug someone immediately from the hug position shoot your pelvis and buttocks backwards. If you'd been need in the black. So. Had a lot of that. And I found that might be my most enjoyed comedic work. I've ever done was for stating. Asshole version of but it's a strain for me. And maybe if it was for you to it's total. It's your totally naked doing that yourself down to the ugliest part of yourself. And you know, you know, in you somewhere, it's they're the only way this is going to be funny as if I am naked, and let us absolutely happen. Absolute and later, I can claim I it was heightened right? And there's you know, there's a sequence. And I'm not the star of the movie that my wife is Clark. She's clar the stories is about the the mother, but I'm such a narcissist. And that, you know, I'm in my studio on the third floor yelling at my agent because I've lost a role on something. And I'm painting something, and you don't know what I'm painting until I hang up the phone and move away. And I'm painting a self portrait myself. And and it's like, you know. That's true. I mean, I am Narcisse. I'm an actor. Of course, I'm going to be narcissistic. It's it's a trait. I don't wanna show people. Well, that I do in this movie that might be the hidden joy might have just discovered it which is. To to allow those inner thoughts to command when we've spent our lives protecting ourselves from anyone knowing exactly that's what Clarice goes did for me acting in it. I think it differ bridie and Abby too because they're playing awful awful characters to we're nasty to each other takes place through the course of one evening, and as we get increasingly bombed during the night, it we become meaner and mean, more bidder and more jealous of each other's successes and all of that and all of that is there in this business. And so the Genesis she had this family already when she approaches you and the rest of the family with the idea was at by giving you the script was in her conversation. I'm thinking about doing this. She had written a pilot for herself and me to do. That was loosely based on Ryan O'Neal in Tatum O'Neill's relationship and test, and that that reality show that they had and I thought it was a great idea. And and, but I think bridie she wrote it, and then like me she'd probably put it she put it down. And then she started thinking in kind of a larger term larger terms of the dynamic in our family and the dynamics of the actual family or family that's in show business. And then that if all into you know, this. Geno Rowlands kind of approach to the mother character. Because you know, Brady's big fan of Geno, Gina I never noticed Jenner. And so it it went from this two person thing into this family thing. Right. And then for her the the idea of using all of us and not not having actors playing us. Added a meta level to the whole project and shooting it in our house was also cheaper. Because it was you know, a kick starter movie wasn't..

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"chris elliott" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"chris elliott" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

"But it really came from my dad had given me a book when I was a kid called the search for Brighty Murphy, which was about a woman who was hypnotized in the nineteen fifties and went back regressed in life. She lived in Westchester. But thought she was a maid in Ireland named bridie Murphy and she talked with brogue accent. She could dance a jig. This is she's a fiction your father gave you it's a real real story nonfiction nonfiction, and they actually put out in and they put out LP's of the for the sessions when you can hear her suddenly start talking in this Irish Brogan doing an, oh, I'm going down to see father O'Malley later on today and do all this better than that. No. That's. Probably better than what she did. But. I don't do. Dial two. Okay. Even say that. Well, I'm doing Chris Elliott right now. They did do some research, and they went back to county cork or wherever she said, she was from they could not find bridie Murphy, but they could find the other people that she had been talking about. And so they're still a question Mark as to whether it was real or whether she was in on it with the hypnotists or whatever. And how old were you? When you're you were ready for this material. It was after they showed me psycho. Sure, I think I was about five when I agree with that order. And I was fascinated by it, and I had I kept the albums all my life. And I love that name bridie is a version of Bridget. And and so I'd never heard of that name came from. I'd never heard it before. I saw her name had never heard the name on Twitter. Yeah. Yeah. No. I thought they were some missing letters. Right, right. Yeah. A lot of people. Do we gave her the choice? You know, we put Bridget I think on our birth certificate. We call her bridie from the start and gave her the choice. You can go either way and she's stuck with bride. Yeah. And she I think she I remember seeing a maybe reach tweeting a short film. I want to say that she wrote into recommend there's been yet. She wrote a couple of years ago movie called affections which went to Sundance and got some acclaimed got some good reviews. And then so now she's done her first feature, which is called Clara's ghost, not Clara Clara. Believe me. She corrected me several times on set. And did you ask her about that distinction in how frustrating it might be for you later when talking thinks she saw how frustrating was during the shooting for everybody who to she had her own made up. Yeah. You don't know. How many times she's been called Brady do and do somebody somebody once said, oh, your name's bright? I'll never forget that name. What a what a wonderful name bright. But so she's written this Clara. This is a movie about a family of entertainers, two daughters, and a father who are in the entertainment business who are really not nice people. They're very self centered and all that and like in most families, you know, the mother is kind of the brunt of a lot of humor in a families, even families that aren't showbiz family. Right. And this is about Clara who is the mother who finally start seeing a spirit a ghost that gives her some courage to stand tour and be independent, and we're all playing this was shot in our house, Abby my other daughter plays. The other daughter in the role, and my real wife, Paula place Clara, and we're all playing kind of heightened negative versions of ourselves. Sure. Which may be the most fun. Yes. Yeah. I did a little talked about stand up special on HBO. And my favorite thing in the world was doing that. Heightened reality version evil version of myself. You, you know, the comedian and director David Steinberg. Yes, he's a friend. Dear love him Adly. So he directed my one hour HBO spectrum, and I had some writers. And I wanted to do some sketches along with the Dand up and he came in one day and Madonna's tooth Adere movie. Had come out and said, you know, maybe you want to him that maybe do these backstage scenes document yourself the way she chose to document herself..

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"chris elliott" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"chris elliott" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

"But it was a week before Christmas, and he had a Pabst blue ribbon in each hand. And I'm not exaggerating Hanks did he's a talker. Wow. No. He had just finished doing massive endless Priam roaring onto much. It's impossible. No seriously. No god. No, no. In fact, I do I make all these notes, and my prayer is that the guest yams on. Right. Well, if I don't then I have to come up with more questions. So bridie my daughter youngest daughter Brighty Eliot, I'm member following Brady Elliot on Twitter as early as eight years at so I'm not kidding. She is also she does. Viewers says well we were communicating I'd complimented her on something. And and again, this is seven or eight years. Yeah. She's very funny on Twitter. I I don't do that. I don't do Twitter anything. Well, I have the I think I come from an old school. And I've said this Abidi, aren't you just giving away material by doing that? Shouldn't you hold onto those lines or good news is it's more disposable than any other form of entertainment. It doesn't even matter that you gave it away. Right. But doesn't it means somebody can take it and use it in their show or movie or something, and you really days of Twitter because I got on super early because I I was the beginning of this show, which will be tenure ten years in March. I had well this internet mini mogul jerk. Jason Cal Kansas. Dear friend average poker player. He introduced me to really the internet, but specifically content and show was started under his auspices, and he had this little studio space, and he signed me onto Twitter ten years ago when it wasn't really being talked about, right, right? And I when I then sort of developed an idea of how to use it. And people would ask me what is the deal? Like, I remember doing a movie with Steve Martin and. Joel McHale, and I are in the scene with him. And we were both on our phones on Twitter. And he said what what what what is this thing? And we literally explained to Steve Martin what it was. And then he became prolific. Right. When he started doing and produced a book of his tweets, right? So there's the example of that material being used by the author, but there's no copy copyright, the, of course, not. Yeah. And but I would tell people if stage one of being on Twitter just in terms of letting people know what your personality or your sense of humor. It's find people that you think are funny that are on Twitter and just reach we their stuff. Right. So right, which is not stealing, right? It's supposed to be flattering. Yeah. Tweets ration-? That's exactly right. Yeah. All you're really doing is. These are the things I think are funny. Right. Right. So that sets the tone, so people would expect when you start writing your own stuff. Exactly. So in the old days of stand up. You would steal some guy. Material right, dude as your own. So you would learn timing. Right. And then eventually, you would learn to write for your own voice. So now with Twitter, it's not stealing. I'm re tweeting rice sharing rice other persons brilliant to to open up your audience to your here's what I way of thinking. Yeah. That's that's interesting. It's an it's an introduction. So I remember variety. I mean, initially I thought I'm if I ever do get a chance to talk to her father Christopher I'm going to have to ask him where the name come from. So let's start there. Well. Two different places. One. I grew up in New York City and Darren mcgavin live across the street and one of his daughters. Nameless Bridget, and I've always liked that name. So it came from that..

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"chris elliott" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"chris elliott" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

"That was the first time I saw him in a movie. And in fact, I often remember that as the moment as a very young man who wanted to be a comedian. Oh, I could be an actor to look on Rickles. He's completely believable in this movie. Right. In fact, he's he's kind of Don Rickles and yet. He's playing this character. Yes. So apparently, I don't have to go to acting school. Right. This is fantastic. It was a real breakthrough for me. Well, that's I think that's sort of happened with me. I mean, I've never had to do like you a dramatic role. Really? I mean, but I will tell you. Comedies way harder. As it's always been said. Because you have to. As we talked about you have to commit to whatever the bit is the character. So you're already doing a dramatic acting the truth. I found I early on is just make it real. So whether it's comedy or drama, you just have to never get caught acting. Right. Right. That's so true. That's the only objective for me. And I have this thing about comedy as nut nut stand up comedy. Because that is what is different host to be stand up comedy. That's supposed to be what it is. I have a problem with things that point an arrow. Oh, combine worst. You know, I to me the funniest things are things that come out of drama, or, you know, a movie that's a drama, but there are funny moments yet there is a funny line or an actor like yourself pulls out off an attitude. That's really funny. That's actually funny. Yeah. Like, and it's in all John Ross like some Rosemary's baby has horror. Film. But there's so much comedy in that movie. When I walked the characters the witches are so funny. Well, she's hilarious in that move. Unbelievable. Dr Shane plays. The recorder is hilarious. Yeah. In that movie. And that's I can laugh at that. When early on when the comedy channel for started. Sure, I've called I remember that's what it was called. And I remember taking a meeting I think Stu smiling and sitting and and he had the whole board open all open twenty four hours a day said you can have any slot you want and I said, well what? So wait, it's all comedy. Yeah. All just going to be comedy. And even like the commercials and everything you're going to be comedy. And it it I had such disdain for that. Because even to me on Letterman. You know, the best comedy was when it was just suddenly shock. Oh, that's really funny funny. Yes. Yeah. I agree with everything you just said, basically, it's it's and the little asides early early. Bob Hope that Woody Allen admitted right? He stole from or influenced by right? Just when I do what he in fact, the putting glasses on for the effect. You know, that's all. Hundred percent, right. And it's just it's it was always the asides for the same thing. I would point to in my early education of comedy for mad magazine. The little tiny drawings in the panels along the side, right literally sides, also which were we're not going to give them their own stage..

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"chris elliott" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"chris elliott" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

"And then move on. I would be high for. Yeah. You know, it usually I always hoped it would happen on a Friday. So I could just have a great weekend. Yeah. Snowing. The guy the boss loved what? I did. Yeah. And and you and you got a sentence. Ten I gotta sentence. I got you know, he didn't do that to people. But he actually you know, other than the head writer. He would you know, say, yeah. Didn't think that while? But to me you knew how comfortable it made him to have to. Yes. Share that. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. And I could see the similarities. With how physically uncomfortable. You got. Letting me know that you were fan of mine. Well, I had to practice it. A lot this morning at five in the morning. I'm on east coast time. But I was was trying to think how do I protes- do. I remind him that I met him on a plane. Yes. Do I? Do I bring up and of days, and then now I can tell you're pissed off that I keep bringing. Well, I'm not I'm stuff. I it's not an honestly, I enjoyed that move. All I could tell I've heard version where the person's making fun of me. And I've heard the version like yourself where the person actually liked either. What I did in the film or the film itself. I like both. Yeah. Either way, I'm accepting it. Okay. The agent called not that qualifiers needed from a person who actually enjoyed it. But the agent content. How'd you like to be number three in the call sheet of a hundred million dollars, which Negra big top circus? Right. And I said who's number two. And he said Gabriel Byrne I said, well, then all the pressure's off me. The answer's yes. Yeah. Absolutely. He said you want to read the script. And I said, no, why would I wanna do that right on my mind? Centrist, part of your method. No, I love giving interviews say how did you? What was your research on this? Yeah. I eventually had the guy who cleans the pool re descriptively. So are you the kind of actor that can do? You can you could be talking to me. And then somebody say action and heard the character. Yeah. In fact, I have to watch it around actors with actual training that have on the same exact way. Yeah. But I I admire the actors that like yourself that can do that. And I've heard that like Christopher Plummer. You know can be having a glasses scotch and a cigarette, you know, doing a Broadway play and talking to the stage manner whispering to the sage manager about, you know, his house in Connecticut, or whatever. And then suddenly, here's his cues puts it Dan goes out does a perfect scene. Yeah. Acting and then walks back out and Christopher Plummer again. He's not in character. You know, it's the the guy, and I really admire that to me is talent that to me is talent. I agree with you. I feel the same way. But I do wonder in a similar way that when people say you stand up comedy. How do you do that? And the answer is always it's not a mystery to those of us who do it. Right. It's not a challenge for those of us who do it. In fact, I'm more comfortable on stage as a stand up comedian than I am in a conversation with anyone right? Except me right now. Clearly, but but you do seem uncomfortable. Samuel tell you have not been this relaxed. Well, how many beta blockers are you on at this point? I'm on. Yeah. Just the right amount. Now, you're gonna say you me. I do overdo the Patia. So, but but I think. If you're the type of actor as I am who can be telling a story, and then I have to stop the story to do a take right? If that comes naturally to. I don't know that that's a talent. I think it's the opposite of talent. I think it's that I have no technique and training. Therefore, I don't need to think about what I'm about to do the way trained person should and would. But you're intrinsically talented with that way. You know, it's like, Don Rickles was a brilliant actor. Yeah. And he didn't have a method. He wasn't. Why can tell you know? Yeah. That but but in before casino. No, he he was you know, playing guys in submarines, and we're here. Yeah. Yeah..

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"chris elliott" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"chris elliott" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

"The the weird thing for me is when you meet when when when anyone in show business, or or or those of us in the comedic, creative world, meet someone that we admire and it turns out they're also fan. I it is a bizarre thing. So we have. We do have a mutual admiration. Wait that wasn't kidding. From the first episode of guy on the seeds. Well, first of all, I wonder if you remember my favorite. Episode. I'll give you one hit this'll be good. Because a while wouldn't know I will tell you honestly, people will come up to me. And I'll say I remember you did this or that or this. And that I it was so disposable what I was towing. It was disposable in my view. Yeah. To throw it away. Because I had to think of what am I what am I going to do next week? I gotta do something else. So I may not remember this also I, you know, I think you might sure based on memory loss here nickel on. Yeah. No, I'm with you on that. I'm gonna give you a line that you said today during this episode. They numbered episode. Yes of the guy on the seats and little background for. I'm going to say the majority of you who don't know what I'm talking about. Idea early days of Letterman at the NBC network. He he and you're writer at the time. Well, I started as a runner. Oh, sure. I was made a production assistant, and then they me a writer, but I was on the show from the beginning. Dave was putting me on and letting me be goofball, even when I was a runner, and and because your own personality came through in those early positions to a point where he was able to say, let's get this fucking guy in the show. Absolutely. It was a small group of people and you had access today had access to him, and I would go out on remotes with him. And I I guess I made him laugh, but that that kind of surly persona that I started to develop this this kind of guy who really wants to be famous underneath the surface is kind of this psychopath. You know, I would do up in the office for Dave. And where do you think what was? Was the Genesis of that personality trait? It just came to very easily clearly it, but did it come to young was me. There was a lot of truth to it. I mean there a lot of true know, still they're still designed a lot of anger where the anger comes from the bitterness, but the idea of of a guy with no talent being you know, jealous day on the air. I think you know, the audience kind of you know, hit. Yeah. It was for those of us who watched the show. Religiously at the time. It was something I always look forward to because of the consistency with which the character. So close to you that you portrayed as you ended up sitting next today with the same attitude of disdain. Was so pure. So the line you said in this particular episode of the guy of the seats wherein again for the audience listening who have not seen this. The several of them are available waiting for you on the YouTube. The middle of the interview in this case, it wasn't of your day was I think promoting the guests were later in the show or maybe day. And then he just here's off camera. Hey, dave. Hey, dave. And then there's a camera angle into the seats of the audience. And of course, there's a little stair walkway between the isle or in the aisle and part of the floor of the stairs would pop open like a trap door would come you. As this character known as the guy under the seats right without giving too much backstory. Further backstory getting to this episode. I'll give you hint which sort of was because you say today. Hey, Dave, have you met my friend pinky? I think that was the ventriloquist just one episode. Yeah. Yes. That that was that was act that was a favorite, Chris and pinkie. Yeah. I mean, the whole concept back then was Dave. Let me do this was. Yeah. You know, here is the staff member who desperately wants to be on TV. And so he's coming up with these characters, and I would do like, maybe twelve ver- episodes of a character. Like, the guy under- the seats. And then I would kill him off..

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"chris elliott" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"chris elliott" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

"Are you tired of are ready being asked this question? We're coming to you from the year wolf studios in Hollywood, California. If you're in the area stop on by come up to second floor, say Hello, no security, just walk right? In town. My sent you and give them your best or you're worse. Whatever your feeling on the day. You arrive. I'm very excited to chat with my guest today a little preamble because. Season. Two of the marvelous MRs Mazel hasn't fact dropped and it's been a whirlwind. There's a New York premiere last week and then jetted off to the European premiere. That's the thing about these streaming services. They do these. These European premieres and press events and the cast went to Milan, that's an Italy. Yes. Wow. For the for the European press. And we each had our own driver and bodyguard, I did not realize that kidnapping was an issue in Milan. Wasn't even thinking about it until the gentlemen with a firearm in the small of his back. Walked in front of me next to me. And behind me at all time. We the cast would go to dinner, and then would each have our own car, which if you didn't want to take your own car and actually get into someone else's car. They got very sad. My driver Umberto in his early sixties. I'm guessing. Based on height and weight. Seem just crestfallen. And I said I was going to go with Tony his car. But. It would have to report it to family when he got back. I eat did not let me. And then so we're walking home from dinner winter my favorite moments from the international. Thing and it felt like Michael Curley own walking with a bologna after the wedding with the guys with shotguns in front and behind them as they walk through the town. Yeah. It was a laughable also found out bodyguards wearing a kevlar vest. Jeez. Which you know, we were sort of taken aback. Why why don't we is the and then someone pointed out so that they could take a bullet for us. Oh, well, that makes sense that makes sense that they were walking behind you, exactly. Bullet came from the front taken a bullet for them. I think they've seen too much of. Oliver Stone's movie JFK. We all have I think we've been just just enough. So. Yeah. So right to PCS fan g mail dot com. Let me let me know what you think of the of the season two. I told all the press in New York for the big premiere there as well as the Milan event lawyer expectations and you'll be thrilled. I find that to be the best advice. And I I'm not supposed to ever say these words, but it's it's better than season one. It really is. I don't know how season one was great season wasn't horrible. It was great. I was saying to you. I know people know who I am. But I was saying to you Elliot back before I sat down here that I think the show captures that era in in a way, that's really difficult to do. It's a magical thing. Yeah. It's it's hard to do that though, I grew up in New York City and my dad was in the business when this movie takes place and not movie your series takes place and New York. It's a hard thing to pin New York down..

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