35 Burst results for "Comedy"

Dinesh on the Controversy Around Ricky Gervais’ New Comedy Special

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:52 min | 14 hrs ago

Dinesh on the Controversy Around Ricky Gervais’ New Comedy Special

"Well, Ricky Gervais is back. This time with his new Netflix special, it's called super nature. That means I'm going to watch tonight. We saw a little clip on social media, really great stuff, taking on identity politics, taking on the trends issue. And look, you know, interesting thing about Ricky Gervais, and I think probably the same thing could be said of Dave Chappelle. Here are a few quotes from Gervais. He goes, he goes, I'm going to leave it into annoy people. He goes, in other words, comedy is not about respecting taboos. He goes, I talk about aids, famine, canceled the Holocaust rape pedophilia, but know the one thing you mustn't joke about his identity politics. He goes, the one thing you should never joke about is the trans issue. They just want to be treated equally. He goes, I agree. That's why I include them. What a profound statement. You want to be treated equally. Well, that includes the right to be lambasted along with the rest of us. So Ricky Gervais is not willing to make some kind of immunity. And Netflix now I think is beginning to realize that look, you know, it's one thing to start Netflix has a woke staff. And when Chappelle did his special called the closer, the Netflix left us all said, what we're going to do a walkout and they were trying to bring the company to its knees. But it seems like Netflix even though run by a leftist big Obama worshipper. They kind of Netflix regrouped. And I think they realized, wait a minute, you know, we, we got rid of Luis. CK, we got rid of Bill Burr. We got rid of Dave Chappelle. We got rid of Ricky Gervais. Well, who's left? What happens to comedy when comedy becomes nothing more than something that is captive to the prejudices of this woke

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Ricky Gervais' Netflix special blasted as 'anti-trans rants'

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 d ago

Ricky Gervais' Netflix special blasted as 'anti-trans rants'

"Another Netflix comedy show is drawing fire because of jokes about transgender persons First it was Dave Chappelle now Ricky Gervais no stranger to controversy himself is getting blow back about jokes that he did in a Netflix comedy special and the just release super nature Gervais goes after trans women joking about what he called old fashioned women or as he describes them quote the ones with wombs during the hour long show he defends his remarks as equal opportunity humor and not a reflection of his personal views on trans or other rights but transgender and LGBTQ defenders are fired back Glad is asserted that the special violate to Netflix policy against content designed to incite hate or violence A Moscow's Gabrielle

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Kate McKinnon, Pete Davidson departing from 'SNL'

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 5 d ago

Kate McKinnon, Pete Davidson departing from 'SNL'

"Some big names are leaving a long running comedy franchise on NBC Where you'll have to pay close attention to the cast of characters for next season Saturday Night Live because some of those on the show for season 47 will not be there for season 48 among the comedians bowing out our Kate McKinnon and Pete Davidson two of the show's biggest names the canon's been on for ten seasons Davidson for 8 also leaving 80 Bryant and Kyle Mooney It is one of the biggest cash shake ups in recent years for the show and it comes after recent seasons have seen these Saturday Night Live cast remained virtually intact I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Peter Doocy Inquires Why Biden Goes to Buffalo, Misses Waukesha

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:17 min | Last week

Peter Doocy Inquires Why Biden Goes to Buffalo, Misses Waukesha

"Peter doocy remains my hero, the Fox News White House correspondent. If you remember yesterday's show, I said I sure hope Peter doocy asks. Jean Pierre, the new White House press secretary, why is Biden rushing to buffalo when he didn't go to walk a Shaw? Wisconsin. Well, maybe he's listening because he did. How can the president is visiting buffalo after a senseless tragedy there, but he couldn't visit block a shot after 6 were killed and 61 injured in an attack on a Christmas parade there. I mean, he's visited many communities, buffalo, he was, you know, he's able to go tomorrow to buffalo. Before the trip, that is something that was important for him to do. But he has visited many other communities. This is not buffalo is not the first community sadly that he has to go up to because of a violent attack. So that's not the first one. So he's been to many others. Now that's comedy. Yeah, because there's been a lot of black men mowing over white Christmas parade goers. That's happened a lot. He just didn't happen to go to that

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Nina Jankowicz Claims Liberal Voices Are Being Silenced

The Dan Bongino Show

01:29 min | 3 weeks ago

Nina Jankowicz Claims Liberal Voices Are Being Silenced

"Break Our disinformation minister is her expertise in unloading sewage Disinformation sewage into the media markets unparalleled I've never seen someone so capable of misinformation like our misinformation minister Nina Jenkins She lies about everything of significance all the time Therefore yes she's an expert in disinformation She does it all the time She was caught again Here she is hilariously claiming that it's not conservatives targeted on social media No folks it's in fact liberals here Check this out This is like a comedy act Check it out There's already this idea this allegation that there is anti conservative bias on the platforms even though there has been study after study proving in fact that often it's liberal voices that are being silenced particularly minority voices on social media So I think we're going to see more allegations of that She just totally completely made that up This woman said disgrace and a source of endless embarrassment I can only hope only hope through election day She continues to talk She is a source of polarization and there is you want to talk about geo TV getting out the vote Republicans outside of maybe the abortion issue because if we can't defend life we can't event anything I think the idea that a ministry of truth has been appointed to for the sole purpose of targeting conservative voices online I can't think of a better way to go out there and rally the troops to go out to the polling locations and pull that pull that

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Why Mike Rowe Was the 'Dirtiest Man on TV'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:04 min | 3 weeks ago

Why Mike Rowe Was the 'Dirtiest Man on TV'

"And I get to interview Mike Rowe. Micro people know you. First of all, you've got a new show on TBN. It's called the story behind the story. But you became known. This is true. You did a show called dirty jobs, and you became known as the dirtiest man on TV. That title was formerly held by red fox. Because he would work blue. It was ugly. If you've seen those old videotapes red fox and others, I think Luanda page very dirty comedy. But you were known as the dirtiest man on TV for a different reason. Why were you known as the dirtiest man on TV? Well, dirty jobs was one of those shows that actually lived up to its name. It was a celebration of people who weren't afraid to get dirty, had to kind of jobs that made civilized life possible for the rest of us and so forth. I did that for 20 years. It's actually still on. So some clever reporters somewhere. Thought, yeah, let's call them the dirtiest guy on TV and it's

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The Changes in Language and Mood in Dante's Divine Comedy

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:19 min | Last month

The Changes in Language and Mood in Dante's Divine Comedy

"I was talking last time about the different mood and even language in Dante's paradiso. And the language in the paradiso matches what Dante is doing in these kantos. The language and inferno was a somewhat crude language of distance. And by that I mean Dante the pilgrim is keeping away and should keep away from the evil spirits in hell. He doesn't want to become one of them. He wants to sort of step back and while he's willing to listen to them, the lessons that he takes from the sinners in hell are negative. Don't be like that. Don't do that or you're gonna end up like that guy. And in purgatorio, the language now moves. To a language that is a little more communal, you'll find that by and large spirits and purgatory aren't by themselves, they're in groups. And so you have this communal aspect to it. But at the same time, they remain distinctively individual. So that when one of the sinners steps forward, by the way, their sinners and in all three books, it's not like there are sinners and hell and sinners and purgatory, but no sinners in heaven. If heaven were for heaven was a place where you couldn't have sinners, it would be completely empty. So it's sinners all true. And this is important to know because it meets the objection. Well, ignorant objection that Paradise parodies was gonna be really boring to Nash because, you know, it's just gonna be a lot of holy people who don't commit Sims. No, you're gonna find out there's sinners throughout. Well, particularly in the kind of outer rings of heaven. Sinners whose lessons are just like an inferno negative. These are people who did wrong things and bad things, and they talked to Dante about them. And in that sense, there's a kind of consistency between inferno and purgatorio and

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Allen Wolf's 'The Sound of Violet' Sounds Like a Joke, But It's Not

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:58 sec | Last month

Allen Wolf's 'The Sound of Violet' Sounds Like a Joke, But It's Not

"Books I'm talking to the filmmaker Alan wolf, Alan wolf is also my friend and the film is the sound of violet. Okay, for folks just tuning in, Alan, you're the director, the producer you wrote this. It's been a long journey. Give people the 22nd pitch. What is this film about? This film is a romantic comedy about a man who thinks he found his perfect soulmate, but his autism keeps him from realizing that she's actually a prostitute. And she's looking for a ticket out of her trapped life. No seriously. We're on the air, please. Honestly, but because I know you have known you for so long and because of your sense of humor, it sounds like the kind of thing that you would say as a joke. But obviously, this is really, but it's an amazing thing that you were able to pull this off.

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Director Allen Wolf Discusses His New Film 'The Sound of Violet'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:22 min | Last month

Director Allen Wolf Discusses His New Film 'The Sound of Violet'

"They're very few people. That cracked me up instantly. And I hate it because I have no control over myself. I just get like a goofy idiot. Alan wolf, who is my friend, is one of those people. He's a filmmaker. He's got a film coming out this week, Alan wolf, welcome to the program. Thanks for having me, great to be here. I'm gonna try to have a substantive conversation with you and not just get really stupid and jokey because that's what happens. How many years I've known you for like 25 years? Yes. Yes, more than the age of my kids, my marriage, a long time. Well, way before that. Way, way before that. I think I knew you before I was married. Yeah. That's true. So for a quarter of a century and you're a filmmaker and you have a film coming out, this Friday. This Friday, my Friends. I can't believe it. I want everyone to get all these facts. So my friend Alan wolf, tell us the film is the sound of violet. What is this film? This film is a romantic comedy about a man who thinks he found his perfect soulmate, but his autism keeps him from realizing that she's actually a prostitute. Looking for a dead sounds like something you would make up as a joke. But it's actually true. That is the truth. He doesn't realize that she's looking for a ticket out of her chop life, but the movie has an anti trafficking message as part of it as well. It's been called a more serious take on pretty woman, but yeah, it just feels like you allow your crying. Okay, so it's called the sound of violet and no joke folks. This is the premise of it is that the protagonist, what is his name in the sound of violet Shawn? Okay, Sean is what we say on the spectrum, but it's not just Asperger's. He actually has functional autism. Yes, that's correct. Asperger's usually means they're at the high functioning part of the spectrum and that's him. He's high functioning. Okay. So this protagonist because he doesn't pick up like a lot of people if they have autism or aspergers, they don't pick up social clues. So he does not pick up that this woman, this young woman actually is a prostitute.

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Biden WH, Jen Psaki Calls Rising Inflation 'The Putin Price Hike'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:06 min | Last month

Biden WH, Jen Psaki Calls Rising Inflation 'The Putin Price Hike'

"The White House is also calling the inflation rate the Putin price hike. In fact, Jen Psaki, she's going to make a great analyst on MSNBC, isn't she? She is, she's good. She writes, she writes a recites the phrase Putin price hike, which is hysterical. That is like, that's comedy. That's right out of an episode of veep. What are we going to do? What are we going to do? Let's call it the Putin price hike. And so there's Jen Psaki dutifully reading The White House talking point that the 8.5% inflation rate highest it's been in four decades is all Vladimir Putin's fault. Because of the actions we've taken to address Putin, the Putin price hike, we are in a better place than we were last month. But we expect march CPA CPI headline inflation to be extraordinarily elevated due to elevated because of the Putin price hike, man, oh man, oh man. Now,

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College Freshman Corners Anne Applebaum Over Reporting Inconsistencies

The Dan Bongino Show

01:44 min | Last month

College Freshman Corners Anne Applebaum Over Reporting Inconsistencies

"Because when a different president was in office his name began with a D and the last name began with a T yes Donald Trump you'd be correct She was very very concerned about the president and her family showing you again the woman has no dignity The woman's not actually a principal person What the woman is is a grifter who is there to defend the Democrat party Listen to this Jim queue up for me cut for Here is a college freshman Good job there buddy Whenever your name is just destroying an apple bomb check this out Thank you for doing this It's really appreciated I'm Darren O Schmidt I'm a freshman at the University of Chicago My question is for miss applebaum In 2020 you wrote those who live outside the Fox News bubble do not of course need to learn any of this stuff about Hunter Biden Referring to his laptop of curse A poll later after that found that if voters knew about the content of the laptop 16% of Joe Biden voters would have acted differently Now of course we know a few weeks ago The New York Times confirmed that the content is real Do you think the media acted inappropriately when they instantly dismissed Hunter Biden's laptop as Russian disinformation and what can we learn from that and ensuring that what we label as this information is truly disinformation and not reality My problem with Hunter Biden's laptop is I think totally irrelevant I mean it's not whether it's disinformation or I mean I didn't think the Hunter Biden's business relationships have anything to do with who should be president of the United States So I don't find it to be interesting I mean that would be my problem with that as a major news story This is hands given a shot at comedy She's like you know Chris Rock got slapped There may be an opening so I may want to

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US hits Russia with 'war crimes' sanctions, Europe following

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

US hits Russia with 'war crimes' sanctions, Europe following

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Phelim McAleer Describes the Contents of Hunter Biden's Laptop

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:04 min | 2 months ago

Phelim McAleer Describes the Contents of Hunter Biden's Laptop

"But what is some of the stuff on this laptop? So we get an idea of the kind of people we're dealing with. Yeah, so I suppose I should have expanded out of the start. I mean, hunter, for those who don't know a hundred byte, I mean, he's a self confessed drug addict crack cocaine methamphetamines. Alcoholic, he had numerous affairs with prostitutes, strippers, he, but he also then, in the middle of this, was getting $83,000 a month from a Ukrainian energy company, he was part of a $1.2 billion private Chinese private private equity fund pretty much controlled by the Chinese Communist Party. He received a gift of a diamond ring from a Chinese businessman. He received a credit card with a $100,000 for him and his uncle from a Chinese businessman. He was on the board of this Ukrainian oil and gas company and he said, every 20 minutes I had to leave a board meeting to go and take a hit of crack cocaine. So this topic, is it not? Maybe one of your listeners or viewers could tell us, you know, I'm sure a lot of you are listeners of years have been on the boards of listed companies that are public companies. And I'm sure that it's common corporate governance to leave every 20 minutes. And they're like crazy to do a line of this or that. I think it helps. I think it helps it helps with the corporate government. I mean, if you think about it though, this is the sort of thing that Hollywood, we talked a moment ago about the abdication of the world of journalism to do their job. It's like the story of the century, similar with Hollywood. This, apart from you and Anne, making this film, I mean, this is the sort of thing people dream about. There wasn't 100th of the kind of nefarious shenanigans in the Nixon administration. I mean, if you go behind the scenes, the Nixon administration, you're not going to find this level of corruption. And it's just comedy almost. And they didn't touch it.

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Nail Polish (MM #4007)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Nail Polish (MM #4007)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. The other night I was watching a new comedy special from one of my favorite up and coming young comedians by the name of Taylor Tomlinson. Good special, but there was one thing that just kept standing out to me, and it had nothing to do with her comedy. It was her fingernails. She was wearing white fingernail polish or at least look white on the screen, but I've seen a lot of women wearing white fingernail polish of recent, and I wonder why. I guess to me, the first thing I think of when I see white fingernails, the suit painted their fingernails with white out. You know, the old liquid paper, but I guess white and even black fingernail polish. I guess her statements, we know what black fingernail polish indicates, anger, distaste, anarchy, but white fingernail polish doesn't mean the opposite. I really don't know. I guess most of the time I actually don't pay attention to fingernails. I couldn't tell you right now what color my wife's a fingernail polish is. I'm sure she's wearing it. It's usually does. I see her do her fingernails, but I don't pay attention. Maybe that's the problem. I should be paying more attention to that, not worrying about the white, the black and the reasons why.

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Nail Polish (MM #4007)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Nail Polish (MM #4007)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. The other night I was watching a new comedy special from one of my favorite up and coming young comedians by the name of Taylor Tomlinson. Good special, but there was one thing that just kept standing out to me, and it had nothing to do with her comedy. It was her fingernails. She was wearing white fingernail polish or at least look white on the screen, but I've seen a lot of women wearing white fingernail polish of recent, and I wonder why. I guess to me, the first thing I think of when I see white fingernails, the suit painted their fingernails with white out. You know, the old liquid paper, but I guess white and even black fingernail polish. I guess her statements, we know what black fingernail polish indicates, anger, distaste, anarchy, but white fingernail polish doesn't mean the opposite. I really don't know. I guess most of the time I actually don't pay attention to fingernails. I couldn't tell you right now what color my wife's a fingernail polish is. I'm sure she's wearing it. It's usually does. I see her do her fingernails, but I don't pay attention. Maybe that's the problem. I should be paying more attention to that, not worrying about the white, the black and the reasons why.

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Nail Polish (MM #4007)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Nail Polish (MM #4007)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. The other night I was watching a new comedy special from one of my favorite up and coming young comedians by the name of Taylor Tomlinson. Good special, but there was one thing that just kept standing out to me, and it had nothing to do with her comedy. It was her fingernails. She was wearing white fingernail polish or at least look white on the screen, but I've seen a lot of women wearing white fingernail polish of recent, and I wonder why. I guess to me, the first thing I think of when I see white fingernails, the suit painted their fingernails with white out. You know, the old liquid paper, but I guess white and even black fingernail polish. I guess her statements, we know what black fingernail polish indicates, anger, distaste, anarchy, but white fingernail polish doesn't mean the opposite. I really don't know. I guess most of the time I actually don't pay attention to fingernails. I couldn't tell you right now what color my wife's a fingernail polish is. I'm sure she's wearing it. It's usually does. I see her do her fingernails, but I don't pay attention. Maybe that's the problem. I should be paying more attention to that, not worrying about the white, the black and the reasons why.

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Keith Stubbs Tells Us About Dry Bar Comedy

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:57 min | 2 months ago

Keith Stubbs Tells Us About Dry Bar Comedy

"At the NRB. You've heard of it. It's a convention that meets in a gigantic, it's kind of like one of those hamster rabbit trail. What do they call those things habit trails? It's kind of like it's at the Gaylord in Nashville and you're encased in plastic. You can't get out. But nice people stumble by. One of them just did his name is Keith Stubbs. He's the president of dry bar comedy. I like comedy and Keith Stubbs, welcome to the program. I'm so glad to be here. Thanks for having me. Okay, my pleasure. Now tell us what is dry bar company? I mean, I know a little bit about this already, but my audience does not. They're going to know about it right now. We're going to lay it out. Drybar comedy basically, we are the largest streaming and compilation library of stand up comedy in the world anywhere. We have over 500 comedians that recorded comedy specials, drybar comedy specials, and our slogan is funny for everyone, which means everyone's gonna think it's funny. So in other words, some of those records of red fox where he works blue that would not fit into drybar comedy. I think you're exactly right about that. Red fox is not a good fit. Red fox is not a good fit. So I gotta tell you, I love red fox, but he didn't need to go there, okay? And you're telling me that dry bar comedy, it's actually funny, but it's also something that you wouldn't be afraid if you're 12 year old was with you listening to it. That's exactly right. We just believe that there's a whole segment of the population that's underserved as far as stand up comedy. I've been in it for a long time. I started doing comedy in 91, and I've kind of been around to say I've been around at all. I would say that's pretty accurate. I've been around for a long time, but this segment of the population that is underserved is bigger than I think Hollywood or the industry would even recognize.

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Angel Studios' Neal Harmon on Creating Meaningful Stories

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | 2 months ago

Angel Studios' Neal Harmon on Creating Meaningful Stories

"And I'm talking to the head of angel studios. Those are the folks behind drybar comedy. And the chosen among other things, the chosen being the most famous, the chosen you finished the second season you said. You finished filming it. Yes. And Dallas Jenkins. He's the director. Is the director. Yes. And so how do you, how do you pull something like this off? I mean, anytime you do anything like this, I would just imagine, you know, you'd need some theological experts. You need some people around you to make sure that you don't go off the rails. Yeah, so Dallas wisely formed a biblical advisory council that he sends the scripts to to get their feedback and there's a Catholic scholar. There's a evangelical scholar. There's a messianic Jewish rabbi who all give feedback and input into the scripts to make sure that their biblically sound and that they'll reach broad as a market as possible. And he was very wise to do that. We have other creators who are doing something similar. Now, did the Catholic scholar insist that Mary should be portrayed as an Italian woman? Because so there are instances where Dallas overrides it's a good thing you don't have a Greek Orthodox scholar because he knows that she's Greek. No, it's kind of funny whenever you're trying to, you know, it's like you're trying to do something by committee. It's hard. And at the same time, you have to do it when you're doing something like this. Well, and it's not by committee. I don't mean that, but I mean, you need to get that input. There's just no way. That's the input for the market. But he ultimately, he has the creative control for the project. So you're not, so you're saying Mary was not Italian? No, I'm saying that Dallas portrayed Mary as having suffered pain when she gave birth to Jesus. And there are Catholics that don't like to see that. Oh, actually, that's interesting. See now that I love that because that's theologically very interesting.

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"comedy" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

Gurus of Comedy

03:50 min | 7 months ago

"comedy" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

"It was locked rod. I said i wanted to be a comedian. you know. why don't you catch that. Tears of joy guilty phoenix people thankfully being stupid again gurus of comedy dave. Welcome to comedy. I'm on the phone or skype. The what are we all know. San caster with alex j burns air. We go to me mom. I think we'll just call his fate as fate. We're on the internet people internet. So yeah you a you've been outperforming. Ukases young stock all last week. I went to a couple of obama's manage to could intrigue comedy gigs as well. Actually a headline the and club on site just gone which means that countries now so yeah. That was a good experience so for business where based mainly ardent Sam gigs hasn't really started here. Yes much of Dribs drives both It's not really back to normal. Yes by long shot. It's normal or was it yet. uk strange. it's normal the sense that like it's just like it's completely normal day. Don't have faced master option. You go into a pct restaurant into stewart. He wants to down no problem at all. Same with like the ozone full capacity in school. So it's kinda crazy. Just searchable has gone on hourlong floyd wherever joe see how it's completely different world. Almost yeah i i was invited. Some work to tan. I still don't think i'm ready for that. Yes all these people don't know just not the way russia has at christmas is when local matt here and we're all kind of again like we did last year and clement class so the And it was there performing shops. There were doing this past year. I've been fortunate enough. That happened a few gigs. Things reopen. don't if you ask spots down you know russ royalty roads columbia dark is comical than are like i lo- perform their place before it's kind of different space after one. It'll get huge rooms inside city as much as that. But that's good that's great. That's where i did my first ever geic floyd years ago. I always say the people ever want the start comedy or try. It lay just do like because like i got a very well. Ross guide of all the same people. When i'm on you know if they have done comedy. I'm like hey look. Career comedy in this place is such a great place on such a great roman ross's Jeff as well so but nobody listens to this in ireland anura comedian. Who hasn't performed there or if you wanna comedy Percent get there it is one of the but what are the Before marks a His opinion was that the Because of working from home People necessarily go into towns as much so to be bigger geeks kind of arriving to the country more so now as we go out to them rather than people come into town from so exactly there. You go so comedians with reuters. You're stock just wet so you you taken came back anyway so you know problems getting back up no ground. I mean the gig went there. And it was fine and on now as recording this among this roy l. as powder russell comedy in dolan Jack the like Was not a weekly basis..

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"comedy" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

05:19 min | 9 months ago

"comedy" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

"It was a failed experiment to like. Just see what happens if you move halfway across the country on the whim didn't ask her. It was like two and a half years. I made it i think. Congratulations for doing something. Where at least you did it. You failed can be listen. How terrible that win for you. It was awful but hey will be cowboys. Cowgirls and cow. People cows to all varieties are welcome. Here a comedy advice podcast. My name is stephanie. Patani and i am here to make you smear your day with laughter and chuckles and giggles and all sorts of vibrations of the vocal cords. That's what i'm really here for those good vibes. And i'm gonna keep those good vibes going the whole episode especially with a good vibe assistance. Casey flash my special guest comedians to earn all over the country. He's got some dates coming up. Check the show notes. It's like little glove compartment of the episode that we're driving together and no we're not there yet. We will be soon case flesh. Hilarious comedian be should follow him. See him live if you can and don't forget about little old me the driver of this vehicle and I've got some shows coming up ten. Nineteen october nineteenth tuesday. Seven thirty at the house of comedy. Trash or treasure hilarious. Show where i bring on comedians. It argue whether topics like almond milk online dating costco etc. Or trash or treasure. So it's a fun time. Tickets are going to be in the show notes. Perhaps if it's on the website. But if it's not then hausa comedy keep keep your eyes. Just keep listening to the episodes instead of just listening to this one. Eat all of the french fries instead of just picking and be like. Oh i'm not that hungry and then you just pay a french fries your friends by your own french fries and by by your own french fries. I mean just listened to the podcast. it's free. it's absolutely free. You gotta do nothing except invest in some headphones unless you wanna listen in a public place and then spread the joy and good vibes to others than please be my guest be my guest. Put your phone speaker. Sue the tasks. Have the people staring at you. As i'm singing this song. Ask okay. we made a little ditty together bonding but other than that foamy on instagram. At s tani and at a comedy advice podcast. I'm also reuniting over the facebook group. Starting back up again. So it's not new. But it new stuff and i wanna be able to be more engaged with you guys feel like i get these reviews these comments. Dmz like you never listen to me. Stephan i'm like well you're not on the podcast so i can't but how can i. How can i listen to you guys. So i have the facebook group. There's going to be a lot of engaging stuff on their instagram. If you want to follow me on there we can comment. We can like each other shit you know we can he emojis and stuff because that's all anybody does anymore. She's like clock clock. Clap or it's you know the prayer one or the hearts the flames. I like the flames. Just i like the heat up people's pages they call me the four now. That's italian for.

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"comedy" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

Gurus of Comedy

03:48 min | 11 months ago

"comedy" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

"I think i can probably only nine three sitcoms. We've had in my lifetime that have really gone on for more than one or two seasons and catholic team is probably by far the biggest sovereign right. I've actually caught up on rose haven which has seen lewis who we interviewed one time longtime ago and i should go nowhere and she went massive that no she was obviously underway somewhere. Talent and right sided sitting my full behind channel. Haibat side is it is. It's the set and rose rose haven. I guess that is not a real place. Where actually film do you know what others it's it's setting because of bushfires it had to film it in a couple of small town. There's two towns about forty minutes. Outside of hyderabad. That i film in secede the signet area and So that's do but there is like the real estate is they've rented a shop and that's really that's there but there is no rose even just yadav suburbs of hyderabad. Okay because i. I've never been to tasmania believing no never got. There was something very australian version of been there. But i've never been there. But i've been there you know if it felt a bit like fed up at gosford very first episode has one of the greatest slid any tasmanian. Who has moved away from tasmania. Were light to the link mcgregor's character. Who rose hi. Even he's pulled by the cops in like oh look back from the mainland back. Did you file on the mainland. is that. That's exactly what happens when you go back to. That sends a bit a bit like living in ireland. You leave and you come back to the go and now the yank anymore said no didn't work. It's funny you say that. I've got my colleague. I worked with my. She's irish and rv here tonight lows with eighteen million dollars which will probably by about two hines in sydney at the moment and i said well. What did you do if you win. The million she goes. I go home after. Ireland's am i really still in lockdown. She goes i. I buy a house in ireland. And stay here until it was at a lockdown. Yeah so. We've we've been in lockdown for while though i we're actually utah goes to sydney australia under obsession with property is only matched by the irish obsession of property. But the so crazy here. That people have been stalking lockdown. They've been stuck in apartments. They've been stuck with no gardens that they finally said you know. I'm not living like this anymore. I'm buying a house. So the property market has gone through the roof and the got to a point where people are buying houses. Actually be here. called sale. Agreed where you put money down quite the same in australia. sale agreed is like saying. I want to buy this house and you put down. Maybe ten or fifteen grants to secure it people having to do that without actually get into the hands that they have to compete against each other just based on photos or some kind of video they show him with the property before to get in their ear and say astray is a very big lice. Sorry it's different subba like different styles. So new south wales the median house..

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"comedy" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

Gurus of Comedy

05:42 min | 11 months ago

"comedy" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

"There was a there was a phenomenon In the late nineties. The ought set with called. Catherine kim which was a would be mostly renault's a tv show that had gina riley and jane turner playing like motor daughter. Boss it actually stars in a tv shows. Big girls blacks was where i started those characters. But those two Well actresses comedians united. Jane turner actually cut their teeth going back to the eighties and result like the sketch. Show that they were part of which i hadn't really heard fast forward and full frontal hadn't really heard about her to full-frontal little bit but didn't realize it had like ninety one hour episodes of fast forward hundred and forty four episodes of frontal and so that was pretty big Lot content there does. I just haven't really seen well. Essentially i'm in so i gave it not human history site before that there was a pre. Cuss strategy is always had a history of sketch any about beat. Shy like ye when you talk about clip shows you've seen of the ninety growing up. Phospholipid was the show. I was ever allowed to watch side. That's where it comes out by. Prayer prior to that is one called the comedy company. And then go back in cyber the creek from five. Sports dice dotted in pizza. Restaurant in melvin. Sorry strategy was pretty light to adopt the concept of standup comedy. Like we had chameleons by the whole comedy that you say morning linden. That didn't really heat to vote late. Nineties surprised that we had more uni review saw shies sketch shows and that sort of evolved on tv shows like phosphorus. Was the light show like concepts like that. yes so i i was kind of looking at me. One or two links to check out one was a dome street which was on. that was. That was fast fast forward which was kind of parody of neighbors slash home away which was like that was like at. Triple airing ozzy actually that you need to know those shows to know what they're having less yet you really rely. It's i remember as a kid. Like phosphorus when i was i think he needs seeks seven windows. It's peak so used to monday and wednesday. It was wednesday non and bohannon. Sorry taking as you know..

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"comedy" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

Gurus of Comedy

02:22 min | 11 months ago

"comedy" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

"That was that everybody loved rod. I said i wanted to be a comedian is. Why don't you catch that. Tears of joy guilty phoenix. People are finally being stupid game to gurus of comedy dave. Welcome to a comedy. And i'm working today old friend of the podcast and comedy mark williamson. Welcome back thanks buddy. Thanks for having me. No worries You you were on the second episode and we talked about. Roy hates g still. The one episode seems to have dominated all episodes of put ads so far Adult roy h g or just. Because of you i. Obviously that's why you're back. Well i like to think it's but probably is roy. Ice skate left us the thing we're shooting for and yet we. I think we started. I started discussion. Jesus actually be a year today that we had recorded last realized that no. We didn't discuss last time as much. But one of the things you've been working on the past few years is the website the analysis which is a sachar Kind of a news website and actually you had problems. You were on the road to talk to you that you are on the wrong side of that facebook block. Weren't she does. Because you are news. Your news and then facebook blocked anything have news. Yeah we were down for whole three hours before they bought us back up out of this. Three sydney sata's thoughts we become one of the most popular news sites strata. So yeah whoa for us okay. Well that's a result. I know you're kind of is there any. We can get me back up. And i able to do and then went to bed next morning. It now so he was literally facebook. Shot everything overnight. And it's you know like you talk about. I got from having you know. I have a ten thousand followers and mike. An innovative leaving added something to all. My big source of traffic to my website is just keeping me off it..

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"comedy" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

Gurus of Comedy

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"comedy" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

"Now. Because i think it's even a different decent was twenty years ago. Oh yeah white. Started eighteen years ago. And i wish i started right out of vice or college but i'm not sure it would have suceeded than because i might have you know something with really are on so i'm of two minds of that but it changed a lot. It was there. Were basically three comedy clubs in new york city in the late seventies and early eighties and not in comedians and it was a lot easier for them to get on stage. And i think if you listened to even top comedians. From thirty years ago they were not as much line intensive. Now as you know if you don't get a laugh every fifteen or twenty or twenty five seconds and stand up. You're not doing it right cara. And it wasn't that way back into the beginning. I'm just weren't as oguz on getting a laugh constantly. There was more time. And i think americans i can speak for the rest of the world. We short attention span. We get bored really easily tv and video games of made that even quicker and so i don't know whether we would have. We would have needed it back then but now you gotta make the constantly later. Sort of mind wanders away but like they like. I've heard an only started to see this more. Even here is like the bringer rooms and the nights where comics are just performing for just comics and comics. That are there because they're going on later and it's like is there any audience so that they completely kind of pushed the audience in some ways. Most somebody's rooms are just kind of vehicles to kind of get the comics to do. Spend money on drinks like as bring her shows in ireland as they're starting to appear tiny wanted mistakes time. There is pushback because they're not entrenched jess. Was there a couple years ago. Already mentioned it to me. And i'm also to minds of that because people say it's exploitation. I say there's about seven ways to get on stage and that's one of only find one of the others. I have some like good friends Say that like i. I never really told my comedy. And then as always worried they'd make fun of us and they do find it and says see you. Oh that wasn't what i was expecting and says you know. I don't mind come and see me anytime you want but i do ask you to anytime i ask you to come. Would you call them because like you. Don't wanna burn them either. I just kind of get worried. That the bringers. You're kind of trying to just work on material and you kind of want to get you know practice or experience and then when you're ready you kind of want people to turn up. Well that's the thing people see what. I started comedy..

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"comedy" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

Gurus of Comedy

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"comedy" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

"Don't get the feedback. It's not the same energy you know because remind actually what you mentioned that i've done for familiar with steve coogan. Who adam partridge bus. He was a stand up for many years If you characters before a poll calf and all those but he said when he went and started becoming like a tv presenter very because you're just performing to the camera audience the audience would see six months from now year from now and then you might find out of its funnier and he found it very hard to change that mode and he missed us enough that he he. He's been back performing live thereby ten years ago and i think he's talking about going back again for the same reason. I mean you need your fix. This is you just need the the energy from the the crowd and get get an instant laugh or or not is because it's just an instant thing so it is it's unique you fix by supposed to be a better that like you actually did describe a tiny bit how limousine iceland is for clubs and stage time and audience and with three hundred sixty thousand. They can see way. But i imagine if one goes down to zumra. I mean it's pretty much opens the planet here. You could be performing in america or russia. Nigeria or like. Everyone seems to be kind of saying quite close to home. I'm just really curious about kind of can you get to you know chile or something or you know mongolia zoom sessions because he must take all those rooms available. Yeah i mean. I'm down like if somebody from mongolia. Listening they need you know a comedian. I'm available. I cannot get five minutes as well. Always the end hunt drew easy to zoom tour of mongo. Yeah yeah. I'm a big snow like if you could do you know even a trip around the world just kind of go clubs the clubs and see because you know what was that one. Sometimes the chemical brothers live you know they live or are they just press play on their laptop. You know just like jerry but they they set it up like two days ago. So saber To to travel through. Soon because i like last year i went on a tour i went to china and one of the places i went to was wuhan of a pair place. Yeah i was wearing a few days before. This whole thing happened a really coincidence. What did you eat what. what did i well bat. Well i ship with a bet. Let's let's little known fact. It actually originated in iceland virus. Unquiet chinese it's a lot safer against to be in your in your bedroom. Nowak anybody can spread the virus through zoom. It's you away everything. Everything happens to this guy. He's the i. I don't know anyone with worse luck than my friends.

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"comedy" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

Gurus of Comedy

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"comedy" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

"I was gonna say cool but it's not cool. So i i guess. Comedy is dead if the club was open. It's closed for while and not. No i'm actually doing like a subic illinois. So as how you finding that i had to do i've heard mixed reports like some. Don't quite get the feedback they want. No it's strange. It's not it's it's not the same you know i was gonna like it. S gone was like that kind of thing. Are you listening. Can you hear what i'm saying. Okay so it's it's pretty awkward but let these least something so and do what you do. You do that in english. Are these like cup during the world or something icelandic here in iceland. So i've done. That was in english about a. I have a gig tomorrow which is going to be nice so it mrs just a new thing to me as well so i'm just figuring figuring it out on it. Yeah it's a. It was pretty awkward. Yeah i imagine so. I actually think vendors you're saying you were doing sketch comedy for what anyway. I have a funny feeling at the moment might be better for the channels that are available at the moment. Yeah i think so. I think Any kind of artists. Because i do a lot of different things through music All kinds of stuff. And i think right now. Doing you know when all the avenues are changing. You need to thank not. What's what product that. I'm delivering what is my. What does the experience that. I provide people with then thank. How can i provide that experience. What's the best way given the current situation. And i think you're right. I think sketch comedy is probably makes more sense. The life component doesn't really work all that well when you don't have the feedback anyway. So maybe there's a different or maybe not even sketch you know. Maybe you do a comedy poetry reading. Or i don't know something different. I think that you know we're all having to think outside the box. I think this is something that we're going to learn to deal with as we go along if if it keeps going for long i think the part of the standup experiences the interaction with the audience. Not so much heckling. But you know the people talking to the audience and backend kind of having a bit of what makes tonight unique. I think you know whereas. I i dunno zoom. You can kind of really do this. You know that to the same way. I mean you know you. Don't

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"comedy" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

Gurus of Comedy

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"comedy" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

"That's just because we actually had tourist coming over here and we could do it in english. You know that's that's pretty new here. So what would be either Are you having done stand up. Do you do mainly in english or in icelandic pants. I mean we about what two years ago was the first stand up comedy cup open in. Iceland called the secret cellar. So that's that's when we we could kinda do it in english because we're the physically more tourists here over the year then ended so it's a pre market. Here now i mean. Corporate gigs are many nice landing at the clubs and the club not the clubs and just had one we do it in english so is it the same material or do you kind of have different material for different for the first time we can actually work on our material because now we're getting to resource always new audiences before you just have have your your your sat and then everybody heard it so you you would have to come up with new stuff all the time. You couldn't really work on material of everywhere you know. It's a different problem when you have four five million than when you have three hundred and sixty thousand. Two thousand live in the same city yet. And when i because. I haven't really done stand up comedy in a while and i've when i was doing it. It was all an icelandic okay. I've been doing more sketch comedy in walking tour with tourists which are very comedic and stuff like that. But i haven't really done stand up in a while when i was doing it professionally There was no Avenue to work on material. You just had to write it and rehearse it and hope it was good before he went on stage for a company that was actually paying you money. That was usually how it went. You would just trying out your jokes first time at a paid gig but yeah i. It's it's a lot different though. And so what type of community of stand up. Comedians can iceland supportive. It's that small that you all know each other. Everyone knows everybody and not just in kabul tour. You know him over there no no. He's causing park obama. He's my cousin. Sure his his his fellow went over there for years ago. Fuck sake. I was in dublin. A couple of years ago. And i'm a big fan of irish music a big fan of the dubliners and i went to the o'donoghue's the pub where the band star formed and everything so it was sort of a pilgrimage and I i just. I love listen to all the time i love. Luke kelly one of the greatest singers of all time and when i was in the cab on the way to the airport The we have the best taxi driver i've ever had. He was this older irish guy and he was just gave us a tour of the city. And we've been on a couple of tours but this was the best one she was just pointing out things telling a story that no tour guide had told us that was talking to him as a big fan of irish using. I love luke kilis kill. He was a friend of my dad's what his brother ron. Kelly i forget second funeral and thought this is like iceland. This is

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"comedy" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

Gurus of Comedy

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"comedy" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

"I'm your host. Dave Kee shan underlying. I have from iceland to icelandic people who have names event or carlson and guy. I've just called for because he tried to explain his name to me. And my brain canton louis. So welcome guys. Hey now authorities say your name. Just for the record yeah. My name is full full house on very good so we're just before we went online. I was explaining to the islamic guys. Have the biggest cultural influence. Icelanders hand on the planet has been there. Volcano blew up a few years ago. Known components us presenters. Would just call it the icelandic volcano and which was called guan at this. I have to take their word for. It was the best. We would laugh so hard watching this ten years ago and it still feels funny when you hear people in the news that's okay no A awful javelin how many consonants as well language knee. Then they just give up go. Yes an icelandic. Volcano has erupted. And that was it. Yeah so he must have been prayers like so there was. It wasn't a joke to winter into base twelve years ago. What's different between iceland. Ireland one letter in six months and it was a your economy imploded slightly before ours did whereas you guys are outside the euro and decided say screw it. We're going to break everybody. And we didn't so they're dreaming so i find iceland very like ireland would be a small country. That's only about four or five million on the island. But iceland is only about three hundred and sixty thousand even we even got counties in ireland bigger than lash holders. Three hundred and sixty thousand people be a country that's so culturally unique because he certainly are isolation and a lot of inbreeding and drinking. Yeah so what are your scandinavian do you have. Are you finished. Are you norwegian danish. Are you any of them. Are you all of them. Well we're about half irish half norwegian price. I think i'm half biking anyway. If my redbeard is anything to go by so maybe that means all norwegian. Yeah so it's it's half half hour which means that we talk funny and drink look cool. So you're both comedians and ours is space out of iceland and we're here to talk cabasso apart from getting a movie about eurovision song contest which I mean that's just ridiculous arguments that one. What is comedy in iceland. What's your experience. And how is it different from international combination house the same. That's an easy question. I have pretty dark humor You know it kind of catholic probably comes with Having no no sunshine in our life a lot of isolation pretty dark yes. It's it's dark here pretty much the whole winter. We have about four hours of sunshine in in on christmas day. And so yeah. I think that's that's what we we were. Were dark dr people. I've always found like an art and be are we. Well we get more than four but not much more but it took a while for the standup comedy. Take off in ireland. it wasn't really our style. Think we were more kind of storytellers would amusing stories. But that kind of stand up style didn't really come to art until the late eighties early nineties. But what is this in in. Iceland hasn't been around that long or is it. A relatively new one was something much much later. Here i would say a around two thousand. Okay yeah probably doing beforehand. Just just not laughing telling stories. I think it's the same. I mean this is where. I think there's sunday can. Irish culture are very similar is when it comes to stories and music. If you listen to norwegian folk music doesn't sound anything like icelandic folk music folk music a lot. Closer to two irish folk music Which makes sense because we had irish slaves. Nice so they would I assume that the female slaves would have sung. Lullabies to young is levick thousand years. Ago wasn't the fifties. I no actually. I was the first country in the world to abolish slavery. So there you go. I guess who wants irish laser. Not that hard working. They just drink no. I think that it was very much. Storytelling and sketch comedy was what was happening here. That end sort of review stuff review kind of seems to have been around much more prevalent. It took a while to get planted. Yeah and like like doing style. Comedy in english is newer here just a few years ago when it really started.

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"comedy" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

Gurus of Comedy

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"comedy" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

"What? I've had this problem with times I. Probably am terrible comic I would write stuff had happened to me and I'd have a great setup actually going back to the terrorism to where where it came from I just happen to be in London during a bombing campaign back in ninety s we almost got stopped. But we didn't. We just tell a story like you did. Actually didn't know that's the perfect setup just lie they don't we. Didn't happen to sneak it off they don't know. Do. You know that. Isn't wife I've been given when about the book? They've said, doesn't happen. It just has to be likely. So I don that's one of my biggest savings. But a lot of people they don't have a kind of getting back to the ideas like a lot of people you know when a comic says something interesting happen on the way to the show tonight. Didn't you know this is? This is the. BBC The more. Hands who? Culture? Is proliferating the more badminton materials coming up because what can you do other than? Stuff but funny things that happened on the way succeed. But I don't know maybe maybe you're onto something like I think when goes all the usual go past themselves and people? Their idea with themselves and some cases, it's not maybe you have to become like this kind of character at I don't know if it necessarily has to be so excessively like to and say, Hey, this is definitely different but you're some like you know you're you're signaling that you're you're heightened or you're not you or you know like. I think a Sarah Silverman is a good example of that. We discussed this actually last one, her character always a character. You know she's just so obnoxious trying to be nice but so offensive bus. When she's been offensive she thinks she's been nice. And you know she kind of gets away with but even she's run into problems where offline her content has been taken out of context kind of want to counselor. A I don't know. The thing isn't it? The? 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"comedy" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

Gurus of Comedy

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"comedy" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

"Of this so I think in five years People will have. People will grow. Definitely. Yeah, so I think it would be better if we don't close the borders. Of course, it would be even better for English comedy here. and we could bring more of like big star Comedians not only like one offs like Jim Gaffe again or a black those brought seven years ago when it wasn't a Yuna thing here. So and maybe another CDs to I mean everybody wants to every single a comedian? western comedian wants travel Russia's like a checklist. They don't even care if they paid like I remember Craig Campbell. If you know this guy like he came here, he was just like I. don't care if I earn body, are not. Performing Russia. Do that. We can do most of all right. But everybody everybody else talking to the one Canadian. Comedian and he said like I wanted to send Petersburg because my my ancestors were from there I wanted to Moscow. Do Bunch of small seniors in the and I thought well. That's a great market right there, but also like you. As. You know as as a Russian I would love to see more. Exotic the. You. And the. Like outside, of Moscow, they don't have. The much entertainment there you know so, that would definitely be a good thing for for people to see a translated not okay, so it sends me like you're saying. The Futures Bryce I tried to tell them myself. And and if anyone is looking for gigs. Russia's the place to go. So, it's a bit longer than the five are drives I used to, but you know Oh, you need a visa to manage just a US and it. got a comedian, vs could you get a comedian visa? The comedian is just working in general Bustillo. Let's since the war. And it's also always like a roulette I mean has been good so far so far so good. But Eh. You never know what's GonNa Happen in Russia in next five days. Okay Dennis, thank you so much for coming on today. They want inviting skip. Excellent and thanks for taking time all the way from. Moscow Standard Time which turns out to be two not three years. YOU ANYTHING YOU WANT TO PROMOTE A. Special coming off as a cold. Yeah, that's true. That's true I I. Have my I took come to special. And I'm going to release it by the end of the month. AIDS cold, but Russian and it's going to be on Youtube Gt Dean Instagram, but mostly jobs so Yeah, check out for that. I'll be very very delighted. On twitter, instagram Russian comedian. Yeah, everywhere is Russian comedian Russian comedian facebook pressure comedians. Colin just by the way. Nicole! And I've been your host application. This is being a comedy. We're on all the social ills. Give us a I tunes five stars that desperate for one of those days. We will talk to you again. Good bye! Bye..

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"comedy" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

Gurus of Comedy

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"comedy" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

"When he was a young man, broke student, and that's what those characters are kind of that world since he's gone successful movie, Guy Millionaire Sports Cars I. can you write those characters anymore? Few kind of not anywhere near that world like I I just didn't feel like he was close to that world enough anymore to effectively. Yeah, he could perform maybe existing, but he couldn't really right the new stuff. We're Poland polling cath. Could you even do them anymore I? Well Yeah I. Don't know like I wanted to. You kind of remind me of the things at age is like even one of the biggest comes ever. Friends is getting kind of up against culture, and the saying look came medicine was homophobic, and it was fat, shaming all sorts of and and they're kind of you know from maybe the current lens of now. You couldn't even make that anymore. But they kind of they said look when we did us when we had like Ross wife leave him because she was a lesbian, and she wanted to live with her lover that was like on her back then. Do you mentioned so then they were. Future grasping. They're kind of being looked at antiquated talk. This is an I. Don't want to come across a fogy. But there is an awful lot of I'm offended coach of the as in okay, have a sense of humor. It's not meant to her. Tony One but more more. It's like everything. That's point to combine. Comedy is supposed to offend and make you sick. Today. There's an awful lot of. We can't have this. Why 'cause I'm offended so Gremlin who's gotten from out of trouble recently? Come to war with the Trans Community he's. A, lot of trouble, and I'm not gonNA, comment, one way or the other I think he's looking for advice, but is sir, says like a lot of Comedians. The joke that will destroy you get your council. You've probably written already. Yeah, I mean not I'll give you an example, but myself I WANNA be again heart, and but when I made valor valour was a world war one them,.

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"comedy" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

Gurus of Comedy

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"comedy" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

"The apprentice is obsessed with numbers like viewer numbers, and we can deep fake images onto soften. Make things look like that like I I think that movie will has a aged quite well on the other ones unlike right here. That Latham's actually I hate to see you. Let certain, and that you may I may mock for this certain spots. Forms of the eighties had voicing satire and that was one of them that that scene where you were running game you. Add some some of the shows were like. Climbing for money. Get, savaged by dogs. Another show that was brilliant, very rarely seen was I. believe is called the newsroom. It was Canadian okay, and it was about this newsroom of a second Canadian TV show, and it was successful in Canada, Rtd. For some reason we're showing us and it was just basically this really dark, really dark show, and in one episode of nuclear reactor is going to go down and they do it seriously, and this is slowly seeing where the they're telling the guy who does the for the news bits I need to death I need destruction. I need imminent doom, and it looks like. Are you not telling me something no refine. Why why raising this? Comes back to the day today. One of my favorite episodes is one where they start their own war because it's better to cover because it's easier or He, actually he, he starts war. He kind of yeah. Is it war yes? Walk Foods H war and they had the studio setup reserve, and even if you look at because American being in war in Afghanistan NFL fifteen years. They don't need to set off as much, but yeah just kind of everything's good inquires. There's not much to cover. Yeah, we're looking for anything. If it bleeds, it leads and the lead. The way the set moves all of a sudden. They're going for an awesome. It turns into the war desk and going. They had the entire. You're going, speak or monsters. I was obviously done for Saturday. You kind of look at some of the other guys under rotation graphics like they must have had this ready. It's like if someone dies the obituary sitting there ready to go. You know someone's job. It's like a kind of new Grad. Job is to write. Obituaries of people haven't digest, so it's ready to go when they do, but even thirty rock. If you watch thirty, some of their episodes are like Tracy Jordan Deutch no, we just it's a tape of your obituary unpaid. No trace you're not dead. It's just your victory. Feels like it was lifted a bit from doodle from fathers heads. Yeah, and to debate where he goes debates, they turn off your license and he turns back on anything since the morning. He's like no, no even Turkey rock, which is a very funny show. He goes dark places like Kenneth on his soul Damn Jacob not yet, and he castle mortal. There are things even thirty rock. That's why I mean straight comedy by I said if if you look now and I will say this to any of your listeners. You think back. What are the great comedy shows today? They are not the straight of Terry and June from the Nineteen Seventy S. they're not variety. Shows of the eighties are the sitcoms ninety s the stuff that's dark..

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"comedy" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

Gurus of Comedy

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"comedy" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

"Harry Shave and he's unhinged. And he's very funny because of all. Going Mark Hamill Jack Nicholson Kerry shale. His voice is dripping with blood right he's. He's actually playing the joker as totally insane again and he's. He's sort of like the comedy relief. Endure magazines like he's on. He's funny. But he's he's a psycho. He's completely psychotic and to me. He's like okay. This isn't fun. This is scary and yet. He still very very funny. Tartu George comedy with drama, an ordinary comedy because come gates, but like I said, but what? What's what's what's the tragedy plus tiny comedy less true very true? Yes. Like I take notation, and it's like no comedy minus time does not get tragedy, though yeah, that's very true that is. It is because you have to have some space like I mean last week I. Don't know if you watch morty. I have got enter it I. Just haven't had the time, but it. It looks like it's up the world. They caused controversy last week. 'cause they attack alien world, and there's a twin towers. Okay, and they. They look at the camera and they go well. We can't do it nine eleven joke. And, didn't they fly over a naval fleet? They go, but we can do a Pearl Harbor. They actually got people complaining on the net last week because they didn't Dane mocked nine eleven, not didn't. They said they were going to do it. Eleven joke. Pearl Harbor Joke and people were actually giving the tastelessness old Pearl Harbor Joke and you're kinda going that was. I feel a bit mix by that one because. Semantically they didn't, but they did. They brought it up into the consciousness of to become an honest and I feel like this away. Chris Mars your Chris Morris after today today did his own show called Rasaie it six episodes of the kind of new style he did where he actually went up to the famous people Geeta. kind of I think got people corporate against drug called cake and an elephant that trump got stuck up its own. Amos like Paul Daniels tried to that one, but then that was very successful, and he came back, and he did a special on child pedophilia, but it wasn't..

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"comedy" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

Gurus of Comedy

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"comedy" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

"That loin, still funny whereas comedies from the time. They're not funny at all. Right? You know, but I think comedy sensibilities you mentioned with like one of the darker shows. Come through was actually I called at the Ju-. Combo the today today slash on the air so the. Was the radio show the had gas, Morris, but also introduce Alan Partridge. Started, but then they had the TV show version of a call today. Yon In the very first episode, they had this thing called attitudes nights where they kind of momentum looking back, ask segments superdome BBC to back in the fifties, sixties and seventies, but a made these fake inserts of themselves doing the stuff sort of something from the last live. In from the fifties, sixties with Steve, coogan doing some BTC kind of thing and seventies. They had like the neighbor next door. Who just happen to be Indian looking for a cup of sugar? But the English, cocker are just so racist to the point of being. You know silly racist was like. Oh well, that's the way it used to be back in the day used to get away which account do it now. You've just reminded me that attitude tonight that low will. Cover the hanging drop. Oh my God, no I think as well we had. To play those engine, yeah! It's a good rock. It's going up and applauding. Done undergoing Oh. But it is true day-to-day on the. I knew he'd actually called them comedies. I called the Notre Funny. The Really Funny Blind Column Satire I'd call them a commentary. I think what was a bizarre is the day-to-day came during the tenure of George Bush senior. Yeah, and I just happened to watch us. Whatever twelve years later George, Bush Junior was president and it with the exception of mentioning Hatcher. I don't think nothing days at all, though it doesn't an eight, that's that's what I'm saying because it's so dark if it's not, it's not funny. Haha as in the time of day to day was..

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"comedy" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

Gurus of Comedy

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"comedy" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy

"It was. Found that. Everybody loved Rod. I said I wanted to be a comedian. You know what is known as John. You catch that tears of joy. Guilty Phoenix people including stupid again. To Gurus of comedy. Dave -cation. And, welcome to and comedy I'm your host. Dave and today I'm with an old friend of Mine John. Von Johnny go way back back from days of the Cork. Science Fiction Society Slash. Aka Star Trek Club we were young yards together for young still nerds to this very day. I'm still young. I don't know about you know. You obviously have some picture. Open your attic there. John what's going on there. I constantly to Alphaville forever young, right Tom, cruise or sharing notes on had to say. He sold his soul to the devil. That's going to be as. John John went on onto many great things I saw you before he went to college. You're off to a place. Called New York City. It was it was it was amazing to study directing directory structuring. That word is directing is now. And gone on to become an award winning screenwriter and director of short films, and you have the claim to fame. Person Ever to make hardcore Sifi pilot for Archie television, call victory. And that is. That's more career accident. Yeah, but we are here today to talk about comedy in the dark were kind of in a strange time now everyone's been locked at home. I suppose everyone's kind of thinking but ways to get through the dark times. We're GONNA cover comedy into dark, which is the topic came up with well. My my accurate is a notice this over the years fast. I came up a couple of years ago. This is not a science fiction convention in Dublin just shown my latest film. My Dad this was about two thousand and eight, and there was a Finnish gentleman there. He's very nice guy and he came up to me afterwards, and he looked at me and he said John you are full of laughter. I'm jokes night. Yes, but behind you toil their lies, a dark soil of torture, and that was a compliment..

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