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"connie britton" Discussed on The View
"Brooklyn borough president and former nypd. Captain eric adams is the odds on favorite to become the next leader of the largest city in the country. New york and new york's second black mayor and he's here to tell us how he plans to tackle the manny issues. New york is facing right now. Please welcome eric adams. Hey welcome to the view first of all. And here's my question matt. There's you know you recently. Became the the democratic nominee for mayor and people are saying you know be him. But here's my question because this is no easy job. New york is not a a city one can learn and do it at the same time you have to hit the ground running so when you hit the ground was the first thing you running towards for versa to answer questions on your previous segment of perfect friend. I'm perfectly imperfect. I'm a flawed. Human being and a good friend would tell you that they're going to be as you evolve as a human being and that is why i believe. I'm in the right moment to lead this city of because we're made up of a city of people who are struggling and i lived a life of that many of them are living arrested at fifteen beat badly by police officers Going into the police department to fight for reform from within understanding what his life to live on a verge of homelessness Would be to carry a garbage bag full of clothing the school every day because we thought we were going to be thrown out by the marshals. Know what it is to be a low paid employees. This wash wrote in the mail room. i didn't go to school some prestigious institution. I went to cuny pay my way at night Became a police officer fought for reform and public safety which is the prerequisite prosperity and went on to become a senator. And now the borough president. And so why i believe. This is the moment for me I think that it's the combination of a life. That was lived with many mistakes in ariz- but understanding how to move out city forward in the right direction mr adams. You are running as a blue-collar mayor and you call yourself the face of the new democratic party you spent much of your campaign denouncing liberal slogans like defunding the police a black voters have been the backbone of your coalition much like they were for president biden in two thousand twenty. Keep saying the democrats are going to lose if they lean too far left and assume voters of color will lean that far progressive with them. Do you agree and do you think the fact that you're now the nominee proves that what are believed that you can't run cities based on slogans and because you're able to handle your twitter handle does not mean you can handle the complexities of run into cities in america. Doing analysis of what's happening in new york. I am the progressive candidate and being progressive is not only talking about closing. rikers island. is closing the pipeline feeds rikers island. Do you know that sixty five percent of black and brown children in the city of new york never reached proficiency in education. If you don't educate you only cost the rate and so we've allowed people to take terms and slogan to define what it means to be liberal progressive moderate conservative. i don't live by that I'm a very complex person. Life is complex. I look at the issues and come up with real solutions to solve them. And i say to the democratic party if you allow slogans to direct direct how we govern i'll city and new york city. We're going to make a big mistake. That can't happen and i'm not going to allow that to happen in my city okay. I'm on the same team with you about education. So i think it's the key to many many problems that we're having solve being solved and but i live in new york city and like many cities across the country. New york is grappling with a surgeon shootings in violent crime. No one in new york city wants to live there with crime. I've been to a decades with crime. It's horrible to live in new york when the crime rate is high. Yesterday you met with president biden attorney. General merrick garland and other vocal local leaders at the white house to address the issue particularly gun violence so what was accomplished at the meetings are a great. And you're right and let me say to you. I am not the choir when we talk about public safety. I wrote the song I knocked on a countless number of doors. Where mothers and fathers lost. Their children of violence is destroying our city in our in our country. You can't have one hundred shoot is in chicago and just normalized that we see what's happening here in new york. We had a thirteen year old boy assassinated in the bronx ten year. Old young men named justin killed in rockaway. These stories are all too familiar. And you know what is going to destroy our economic recovery. We're going to lose our high income earners because they don't feel safe. We're going to lose multibillion dollar industry of tourism because we're watching people shot in times square and we're going to lose it in. I'll transit system where people don't feel safe. So what must we do. We must have a holistic approach to dealing with violence not only a prevention which is the long-term things but intervention intervention. I'm going to put in place A plainclothes anti gun unit to score precision police to go after those known individuals who are carrying guns and using guns. We learn from the president. Which i'm so pleased with because he has finally used his office to talk about this. Holistic approach state federal city levels coming together to deal with not only the law enforcement aspect of but what are the feeders of crime. We feed crime in this country and in the city. And i'm going to turn that around and we have a partner with the president. That's going to put dollars and making this happen. I'm from the bronx. And i follow a lot of these stories that come out of the in terms of police violence as well as the increased crime rate. And i understand that you yourself have been a vocal critic of police violence. You mentioned earlier today that you were beaten by cops as a teen but according to the new york times you explicitly called for more police to police the subways and you back reinstituting. A reformed put link close anti-crime squad who that squad was responsible for the death of eric garner. And but recently you said the prerequisite to prosperity is safety and justice if we don't have them together it doesn't matter how many police officers you put on the street. I don't think that you can have it both ways. So my question to you is how do you intend to make the nypd less abusive but more effective. And i love that. Because i strongly disagree with you. You can have the both ways. That is where we have in the challenge. We believe we need one or the other. We believe we need to have public safety or justice that is wrong you have them both number one. We need really to ship. Where i'm going to send a clear. Lau message to my police officers. I have your back but you will have the backs of the people of the city that you swore to protect and i know the job because i water uniform for twenty two years but also was abused at the hands of police officers. So let's set the right terms and conditions and police agencies. It can't take for years to get rid of a abusive in abusive police. Officer like we did with pantaleo who killed every gardener. We have become a safe haven for abusive police offices in our police departments across this country and in new york city police department desktop days. They one view unsuitable to wear that uniform. You're not going to bring down a nobility of public protection. You'll be out of my department in a short period of time second. We have to deal with this very real violence and not allow both these conversations to become polluted dealer. Would police misconduct is a separate conversation from dealing with the violence in our streets and when people state that in order to make our cities safe we have to have heavy handed. Policing that is wrong. I know we can have both. And i'm going to show the city of new york. How are we going to have both. We're going to have a police department respecting the public. We going to rebuild trust and we go to have safest city a safer city because of that. All right well you know. Don't go anywhere because.
"connie britton" Discussed on The View
"Vaccinated against cova nineteen and helping them understand the science around his scenes in the importance of choosing to give acceded. Tennessee's department of health has yet to comment on this but joy should teens take matters into their own hands if they feel they should get vaccinated in school. And it's allowed in tennessee by the way well you know what we like to think. We're smarter than our kids but a lot of times. The kids are smarter than their parents. I mean i've experienced my daughter's having more sense than i had and various times in my life. So i would give them more credit and you know when you when they watch. These kids are watching a room full of people at that cpac convention applauding the fact that biden is not going to reach his vaccination goal. They're applauding the freedom to get sick and die. They're watching their parents. Do behave really stupidly. In my opinion. And i think that these kids should be allowed to make their own decisions. Frankly times the kids. Even even with the situation i mean. I don't wanna bring abortion into this but sometimes you have young girls who are afraid to tell their parents that they're pregnant because some uncle has molested them. Some horrible thing has happened to them. And they can't get permission to get an abortion. And i think that kids sometimes have the should have the ability to do what the science is telling them to do and a lot of kids. I mean according to dr fiscus. The tennessee department of health has now been instructed to stop promoting vaccines of any kind for children. I mean let's make measles great again. You know bring back polio. Is that what they wanna do in these states. These kids are at the mercy of these ignorant parents in my opinion and yes they should be allowed to do it. Sunny a lot of states require parental consent before kids under eighteen can get vaccinated but when it comes to colvin should consent. Laws be relaxed. I don't think so. I think that's a very slippery slope. I mean the bottom line is what be. This is an age old legal issue when our children of age and capable of making their own health decisions and as i mentioned in terms of abortion there have been many times where were teenagers are allowed to make bills medical choices for themselves in tennessee. In particular there is something called the mature minor doctrine. So in that state miners are allowed over the age of fourteen to make the decision as to whether or not they're going to be inoculated but forty states have laws That require consent of the parent when kids are eighteen years and younger. And i have to say this is sort of right where i was as a parent because my daughter's fifteen and when people over the age i believe of twelve were allowed to be vaccinated. We had to have that discussion. And paloma wanted the vaccine wanted some normalcy back to life. She wanted to be able to go to school. She wanted to be able to play basketball. And it was a discussion that we had as a family. But i made my husband. And i made the final determination and i don't think that kids that are twelve to fifteen sixteen seventeen really are not all kids are capable of making those decisions and i don't think that they should. I think this is the realm of parenting right. Sarah how you feel about this. I mean is fourteen old enough to consult a doctor without apparent. I don't think so. I know there are situations where like as as sunny said. She actually said not. All kids are ready to do this. There are cases that you know of very mature young people and their input should be considered definitely but you know there are states where like the district of columbia voted to allow children as young as eleven to get recommended vaccines without parental consent. It's easy in this situation because we all on. This show are very strong believers in this vaccine. So it's easy to say. Well you know. Maybe they should but this is too young to be making medical decisions about their bodies by themselves mainly because with parental oversight you can avoid them being scammed by something. Let's say they're allowed to get a vaccine in a troubles up and people are like we're giving out vaccines. There's gotta be some oversight to make sure. These kids aren't One making bad decisions but to maybe a child thinks like if i get more than one shot. I'm even more inoculated you. You just need parents to be involved at this point. This is kind of under my roof under my rules. Type of of Situation especially when it comes to their medical and healthcare right. We think megan. I mean you have a brand new one who who des. There's no reason for you be thinking about this in particular except when we're talking about something like this and you see the future what do you think do you did. You feel like you could have said. Hey doc i. I would like to have the vaccine when you fourteen. I mean how big signings. I grew sunny. This are really tough. It's sort of like an existential question that would be presented in a philosophy class in college about Children and the to make this decision on their own. And i agree with what sarah said. That like there's just lots of different kinds of fourteen year olds. You know teenagers like there's some that are incredibly mature. There's some that. I'm related to the quite frankly..
Tennessee Health Official Fired in Retaliation for Coronavirus Vaccine Guidance for Teens
"Rates are still low for teenagers and covert cases or climbing in more than forty states including tennessee. But this morning the state's top vaccine official and pediatrician michelle feick. Claimed she was fired. Forgiven guidance to healthcare providers on teens who want to get vaccinated without parental consent. Take a look. Vaccination rate is thirty eight percents one of the worst in the country although we had one of the fastest rollouts of the cove nineteen vaccine in the country. And so there there is a significant contingent of people here and many of our lawmakers unfortunately shoot choose to buy into anti vaccine rhetoric and conspiracy theory instead of listening to actual science listening to cdc recommendations job is to protect promote and improve the health and prosperity of tennessee and that includes getting them vaccinated against cova nineteen and helping them understand the science around his scenes in the importance of choosing to give acceded.
"connie britton" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"If you know if you either love the show or you are just starting out. of course you're gonna go. Yay signed me up. I just want to you know but but the more you you kind of work that you realize that six years is a commitment if you can't do anything else so removing that from the equation of being like one year that's it. You realize i mean really every tv show. I ever did until american horror story you basically and you know a- and for the most part especially beginning you have addition for you have to you have to win the role but before you even do that. Final edition to sign pages and pages of paperwork which include you saying that you will commit yourself to wherever this series become becomes. You have nothing to base that on other than perhaps pilot episode. That you've read. You have to commit to six or seven years where you can knock it out so whatever that show is going to become you have to commit to that before you even get the part right. And so the the a nod this sort of brilliance of suddenly. It's like you know. And by the way i remember talking to ryan murphy about american horror story and i'm like i'm too scared. He's like that's okay. Just do one year. You don't have to do it for six years. I'm like what. And then. I remember sitting and talking to him and he had this other role in the thing. And he's like yeah. You know my. I dream of like i dream of jessica lang playing that role and i'm thinking to myself jessica. Wang not gonna play as leg supporting role on the show. American horror story but oh yes she did have to sign her life away to do it came was true to his word and made it a fucking fantastic role for her and then she continued to go on like in various versions of anthology series but she had choice in that and like it. That's the you know you can with these with these limited series. You can get amazing actors. Who aren't necessarily going to be willing to sign away six or seven years of their lives like that's that's obsolete now and then because of that then we got bette and joan as well. That's right that's rally sure did yes. Yeah it is it. Is that kind of sort of outside the box. Innovative thinking That i feel like it's so important now because you know before at least the had an existing structure but the sort of the beauty. The scary part now is the structure is. I don't know what anymore it can be. Anything shows don't have to be a certain link. They don't have to be a certain number of episodes they don't have to come out at a certain time. There's no pilot season. There's no real like fall season outside the networks anymore. But even that's kind of up in the air and so all the rules are constantly changing and so it takes someone with the vision in insight to come along and do that and go. You know what this old system is dumb and broken. We just did it this way. Oh i don't know if. Oh i guess. There's no reason we can't do it that way..
"connie britton" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"You know but you know when you have great writing. You can do that. And i don't i don't know if this spoiler spoiler or not but is this it was it just designed just to be one season. I mean i think yeah i think initially it was. I don't know Actually having lunch with mike white today. So i'm gonna i'll go ask him. Would you can for me. could you say much. Chris really wants to know just says a quick question request you know this guy but he and his wife and his mom are all watching the show and they just. It's really important. If you could just find. Could you call. Hbo right now. And i go back to to the you talked about like television for film..
"connie britton" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"It really breaks my heart when people will buy like you know like an old spanish an italian at home and then they spanish colonial home for instance and then they just got it and modern make it like super modern inside. And it's like oh you you didn't want why don't you just buy a glass cube. If that's what you wanted. why why. Why would you do that. We want we watch a lot of like Like shows from the from england or ireland like restoration shows and start watching some italian ones and one of the things that we've noticed is that they will often super modernized stuff inside and i realized it's because to them. Old buildings are just old buildings because they're so ubiquitous that it's you know i mean i see them like oh my god how could you take like an old gothic style home and then put like marble on the floor or whatever and but if your but if you see that all the time it's like yeah it would probably be refreshing for you to like put some sort of a modern spin an integrated somehow in. That's part of the artistry of the architects. There is like you know. Having the facade of house be one thing but the back of the house. Is this totally modern. But we just you know. I think we just wanna live and we just to live in an old house. That feels like an old house. Well and you know. I also the flip side of that too you know. Sometimes you see these like parisian houses that were built in seventeen hundreds and you see these fabulous designers or whomever living in these places where the walls are cracking and you can see it. You can actually see the layers of paint from you know centuries and that in it's been left to that's the the integrity of that has has remained and and the people live in that you know i. I remember visiting a friend who Years ago who lives in italy and he was living in this like five hundred year old like tuscan villa in florence. That was not. He was an artist like it was not like it was not done done done. It was not fancy. But i love that about it. It was sort of like very much what it was right and they just like you know. Set up a beautiful long grand like you know wouldn dining room table you know and that was their dining room and and it made me into the point where sometimes i'm like. Oh i want to like get some like crumbly amazing child from like the mid eighteen hundreds and i did that in my like my powder room downstairs because i'm like i love that luck and it's it's fuels like it's sort of true and yet and yet you don't wanna like replica edano. It's it's a funny thing. What he does to the chateau right and then also like if you think paul williams i mean he. He did so many different there were he did so many different styles different arrows..
"connie britton" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"So i know like a couple of months ago people. Were you know people were saying like. Oh i want to give this presentation on. Fte's and i have a lot of artist friends who were into it and it sounded really great for them. Because apparently you know every time t. cells you can track. Who's gotten it. So the original artist. From what i understand gets a basically like a royalty payment from the future sales of their thing which is so wonderful for artists but the person who owns it just owns like online basically. Yeah it's not an actual thing that is not an actual thing that you own right. No it's not an actual. Well it's not like a tangible thing you know it's like a like an in real life sort of thing. Oh my god. I feel like we sound like we're one hundred years old. It's like that you know it's like why are all your listeners. Turning us all right now because that's fine. I'm fine with that. Because you know what i'll bet some of them and maybe even some of them. Some of them are. I don't know..
"connie britton" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"But also there's lots of life stuff that's really precious that is very satisfying that that i don't wanna i don't wanna just choose work stuff because i feel like i have to do it because it's fun but not because it's something. I feel like i need to do it right. Don't exist like i. I think that was nice. I know you know. It's funny. Because i was just shooting in toronto. And because the they had like a crazy quarantine they're like a fourteen day quarantine when you get into the country with just lifted and and i was just Weeks but i was. I i was like. I don't think i can do this court if it's a fourteen day quarantine. I'm not gonna do this. And then they lifted the quarantine but it was only for vaccinated people. So i couldn't bring yobe my son and that was really hard because i had to leave him for three weeks. And you know go do this work and so then i just got back from now this weekend and then you know now got a call like oh can you come slide in york next week and do colbert. And meanwhile i haven't done cold. I haven't done any talk shows in person like two years because you know and it's like oh my gosh like of course i should. I'm like wait. I've just been right for my son for three weeks i have. I'm doing a movie in la the week after next in la. And then i went back to finish his other movie that i was doing toronto and her just like i don't think i can go to do co. Bear next week. Because i am reading out about covert right now and i can't leave my son. I think that's really. He's how old is he now. Like ten wire with like a big deal to make that decision. Because it's like you know in my whole life. It's always been like a you have to do the press and you get on a plane and you fly to do it even when you're in the middle of like shooting and all the things and it's sort of like it was interesting. It was a it was a definite sort of moment for me. Where i had to really rethink how i make the decisions in my life because i remember i don't know i feel like i've known you for over twenty years now and i remember when we first met. You know that that sort of group. Everyone in that group worked very regularly. By the way you know you and lauren graham and you know like this this whole group of people. Was this kind of like working. Actor group and on carla casino. And but i do feel like there was a different sort of let me ask you. I'll put it this way. Do you feel like there. Was this sort of a different tone in like. Oh god i hope i get the show like it was w- feel like we're chasing that sort of work that stuff much more but then sometimes if you're not conscious of it you're always in that mindset but you really do have to be pretty regularly reassessing. Am i still in that position anymore. Am i still that person. Do i still need you know because if you don't you can always just think you know you're in that beginning stage where you gotta do everything you're going to fade away and it's like well no. Those aren't the important things anymore. No right i mean. That's i think that's exactly it. It sort of at..
"connie britton" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"For anyone else who wants to get up on the cork board. This episode is my dear friend. Connie britton who is just a brilliant actor. Omega connie is in just the coolest best stuff we have been friends for over twenty years and i it has been such a joy to watch her career just blossom and all these wonderful ways. Connie is currently on a show called white lotus. Which lydia and i have been watching every week and the love. That's on hbo. Max connie was also an american horror story and friday night lights to a million really fantastic credits and has also by the way. Just one of the coolest funniest people i know and also we're neighbors so we actually kinda joking at the beginning of the episode about how we could have just walked across the street to do this but we're just so in so in the mindset of doing zoom that we this was also a zoom zoom cast so thanks to connie for coming back to the podcast and also White lotus. i believe the first season. Finale is august. Fifteenth sunday august fifteenth. I'm fairly sure that that's That's the last episode and that's all available on hbo. Max i think since we recorded this podcast i believe it might have gotten a second season armor but think it might be a different cast in a different location so anyway you can go enjoy white lotus right. Hbo mags. thank you.
"connie britton" Discussed on Chicks in the Office
"Were on earth for a day as i go hiking all the things that we have like free like as a guy. I'll go hiking wherever. I wanna go out in nature and girls like we can't do that. We don't controversy with the folks. Ronaldus guys fuck shit so really. What i just read was for women. Yeah i like that. Even yes yes that that would make a lot more sense. How long did was this process for you. i remember i saw the cover Ooh how'd you decide. I pick it a few other photos. We decided that was when i felt very so very approachable. An all american there. The white t shirt like i don't know who it reminds me of. It reminds me of something. What is it like Fuck in these very inviting. Dr something of that book. You opened up a list of diet. Oh man well. It looks great. Were very excited. The book comes out officially july twenty seventh birthday gift. July twenty seven. Just tomorrow comes out tomorrow. Yes go by go by doing events in new york. I'll be at the strand on the twenty seven tomorrow. I believe seven o'clock and then i'll be a book some books one of those days on twenty think and then ninety two. Why so hang out. Awesome seller beaver. Messed and i ask you. If you're watching this season about are you or not not even. Are you done like this. So is that over for you over from his. Never say over time. Yeah yeah know dating. Yeah watch dirtyjohn. That's what i watched the in one. I watched great with connie britton right. Have red haired actual yes find lights out there or thrown out our devi rex. She's in american. Britain's american worst. I've never watched american horror story murder house. The jupiter one no visit jupiter american horse clowns. Oh the circus. I actually did watch us. We said he. I don't like clowns great shoutout everyone watch it but more. Go by taylor's book yes it is out tomorrow. Thank you tyler. We got some trivia. Coming up in riyadh. Don't you ever feel like sometimes when you're in the office you just want upon. Something often often often. Well guess what we have light martyr. That's because we have one in the office and there's so many times out been tempted whereas just like oh gimmie like fifteen minutes. Get some aggression al. Come back a little bit of a mid day workout. Light boxer makes working out fun and competitive. You have little you guys gotta go the website to look at it. It's you know it's at hold boxing. Training i don't even know how to describe it. It's like a little robot you know. You've got your targets you punch it. it's It's got great music. They have an exclusive music licensing partnership.
"connie britton" Discussed on The View
"We of course will be back sooner than eric. I think because can't do it tomorrow. But maybe you could one day. We'll say flu. The magnificent magnificent collie kind of britain is all of the map lately. Filming her series the white lotus in hawaii and playing a ma an oregon mom in the new film joey joe bell and to institute story of how a teenage boys tragic suicide since his father on a nationwide journey to honor his son and find himself. Take a look. Keep walking keep walking. Don't come home okay. Don't come home till you figure out whatever it is you need to figure out but i really hope that's not just you being some facebook celebrity. Get your picture taken with people. Are you walking for jaden. Joe if you're walking for j you let david much wanted to come. Please welcome back. Connie britton joy has first question. Hi connie so nice to see you again getting too so we were talking yesterday and hot topics about valerie. Bertinelli who is fighting back against these twitter troll to fry who shamed for gaining weight and she was so upset about it. You know you've played strong. Female characters urine shows like friday night. Lights and nashville. And you say that you've made it your goal to counteract what women are supposed to look like onscreen that is not easy to do and show business. The maintenance of a skinny body seems absolutely on top of the list. So how are you doing this. Well you know. I just i i feel like my migrate joy and the opportunity that i've had over the years is to Depict women in very authentic ways close to the way we really are as as i ran depending on what the role is and as i personally get older as we all do i you know i'm feeling the effects of that. I'm doing it in front of the camera. You know. I have all of the impact of hollywood and you know the social media thing that i try to stay away from as much as possible but you know i just feel like if i can continue to convey the idea that we are are authentic solves our most beautiful selves And whatever that looks like and the more we can do to explore what that is each of us individually as women. The more powerful and i think the happier will be and and a lot of that has to do with walking out all that Outside noise because the outside noise takes away from what are true voices so you know. I just keep trying to do that and yeah it's not easy. You know i keep. I keep having people's lately are always you know what i love about you. I love that you're not doing anything to your face like i. That's a compliment. i loved. I love that you just letting yourself age. That is just a messing could free. And i'm like yeah thank you. I think at world needs to stop acting like women. Aging is an act of bravery. It's just what happens. But i think it's so toxic that people talk that way to women. But that's just me i your new movie joe. Belva do by the way they do it our whole lives. It just takes different forms depending on what iru decade. You're in also your one most beautiful woman in the world so people were saying that crap. Do you imagine what the rest of us feel like. I mean anyway. I talked to you about this whole show but we have to promote movie which is amazing. Your new movie joe. Bell is based on the true story. Of an oregon. Dad played by mark. Wahlberg who walks across the country to raise awareness about bullying after fifteen year. Old son jayden who was gay. Commit suicide you say that. The film teaches us how to be better allies house. Oh and how did you approach playing jason's mom lola. Well what i love about this film is that it's it's really it's it's really about redemption and what the film shows is people who have genuine misunderstanding about their own son and the fact that he's gay and is due and the community doesn't accept him and his and he is bullied and even his own father doesn't understand and what so we get to go on that journey in the film and watch through. His father's is joe. Bell played like by mark wahlberg. We get to watch him. Start to understand and discover and educate himself and not be afraid of who his son was. Authentically and i think by audiences being able to see that and experience it on this beautiful journey and the storytelling in this film. My hope is that we will open a lot of people's eyes and create a lot more understanding for people who just don't know any better opening their eyes and hopefully their hearts as well Thank you for doing this film because this telling these stories is so important. Because they're kids like that across this country that are watching right now But you're also starring in a new. Hbo limited series called the white lotus a social satire about the darker side of a group of wealthy vacationers in staff at a tropical resort. Now shot this series in hawaii during the pandemic which is not the worst place in the world to be holed up. What was that light. Well it was. I mean it was. It was fantastic and we felt a little bit while a lot sort of spoiled slash guilty because it was really right in the midst of the pandemic and really everybody had been locked down. We had all been live down and and in fact in maui at the four seasons which is where we were. We were also locked down so if there was ever an opportunity for the four seasons in maui to be to be locked out on that was it but it was just so beautiful and Rebel really fortunate and The cast really bonded and The scripts are fantastic. Mike white wrote and directed it and he's just an incredible voice and a very astute observer of human behavior. And so i think i think audiences are really gonna love the show. It's funny it's biting. it's jarring. It's a little too recognizable Yeah it's fun but the show is actually great. I've watched it. And it's it's all those things i to ask you this. You know this past year was a difficult one for a lot of people not only because of the pandemic of course but because of the racial reckoning going on in our country you are a single mom adopting you adopted your son from ethiopia ten years ago. What has your experience been raising black sun during this time. And what kinds of conversations have you been having with him. Well it's been Complicated and As if it. I think it's been for everybody in for different reasons and in different ways You know for me i. I am going through my own reckoning of the privileged that i've been raised with an and grown up in and and have been able to create my life in and At the same time and raising a black boy in america.
Jane Krakowski is NOT dating the MyPillow guy
"Jane kiosque is dating. Famed architect david rockwell. Not the my pillow guy. She basically was like. I'm dating someone now. I have to tell everyone who is. Because i've to fight this information and a half to say we've got a few calls we did. If there's a few sources that we have now that told us that i'm pretty sure that's it was fake news and now i'm kind of like confused as to why the daily mail published it like what was their kind of weird. Wha how does it benefit them. Because now he's suing them for like seventy five thousand dollars or something. That's like defamation. But as another person called in and explain what you've explained to me in the past where it's like you can't say that it hurt you unless it was actually harmful gossip to you. He's claiming that it was harmful and has specific details that are harmful to him. But you can't just be like. I'm suing because he said i'm in a relationship. It has to be harmful to your reputation in a way right. I mean again not a lawyer but it just seems like it's going to be if not hard entertaining to see how someone claims that being rumored to be in a relationship with a pretty universally beloved celebrity people by and large light car. How is this defamatory for a rumor. Maybe daily mail was just like we know that this is the case. We're going to take the chance and just go for it even though this probably might be falsely might get sued in this guy's very rich and he has enough money to sue us if anything. It's damaging for her reputation to dating him and she's seems to have laughed at off based on her statement but is she laughing it off when they're leaking actual boyfriend to the fix clearly serious. I mean there's clearly there's like strategy here like why do we give a shit who jim krause. Geus dating at this point. Who is this guy who literally who cares. And that's what she's been working with this whole time. Basically who cares. I love this lead. Though a bizarre report that actress page six complaining about the daily mail. It's like we're all. These are both i arms of the same tree branches of the your your cousin first cousin. Although i always complain about my cousins. So i get. that's true. A bizarre report. That actress. Jane creek hausky had an affair with my pillow guy. Mike lindell was fiercely. Shot down now page. six can exclusively revealed. The thirty rock star has been sharing more elegant pillow. Talk with famed architect david rockwell. It truly is do you. And i bet what happened which i think is just so funny to me. I bet page six already knew this information but no one cares jim hausky stating he just an architect. I bet jane's people were like well. You just publish. Jane is dating a now. it's relevant or they just were like oh pages like we actually know her boyfriend is. Let's just publish it again. Because it's relevant. You know what i mean. It's funny because the news is coming off as like. Oh look who. She's dating now. It's like she's been dating this guy for like what three years two year like for a significant amount of time since two thousand and nineteen according to this okay so enough time two years one year basically. And they're like let's like time to drop this this news now that she's relevant. I just think that's so funny because otherwise why would we have this. Like who care. And i would believe that because they're proof even as they as you scroll down. It's like she's been pictured with this guy many times so it's just like she's not really trying to hide a relationship. It's just not i don't really care with that. And now that this other thing came out they care he seems fine. Whatever like it doesn't surprise me. At all his stuff is cool. Like i went to his website rockwell through dot com rockwell like a fancy various steamed architect. Who designs really cool like spaces. It's not like house. It's like public spaces and businesses in school. I don't know it looks like a fancy pants architect itself. Funny
"connie britton" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Starchy. It's my birthday though. It's no one else in. No you do. Lisa Vanderbilt and this'll broken. Thank you very much. You can hear Amy aradio Andy weekdays five days a week to needs from Chicago. Denise switcher question. Masel to having a baby. Thanks. I'm so excited for you. So we're co I wanna know what advice your parents give you on your relationship with James, and how the other girls treat you. My parents are very supportive of me and my relationship, obviously, my parents want the best for me. So my parents sometimes do give James a little bit of a hard time. But it's tough love as far as the girls go, you know, my mom's like, they're they're digging themselves their own grave. So that's all we can really do. I'm trying to figure out who you look like who do people say you look like, Connie Britton. Yes, you. Getting a lot. Oh, her the other day. That's so I was like, wow. That I saw that. Sorry. I have to take a little knee time every once in a while everybody. It's time for my laws jackals since Amy Phillips Bravo like it's her job because it is her job. I thought I would let her give her Bravo rose and thorn, Amy, what's your rose? Is to Kelly Dodd okay because there's no longer a cooler and loose. No, see she has a boyfriend. Now, he's a plastic surgeon. Did not realize Amy's up with the news and few. Okay. What's your Bravo? Thorn, Bravo, thorn is to fish fish. You are making Bethany Frankel very sick. She has an allergic reaction, and she can't tolerate this any longer. And I'm very Bethany say about the fish. I can't like I can't be a relic in the air like Brenton..
"connie britton" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"And when I told the story on to Jeff engage who are two gay men who are a couple, but they're dudes there guys. Okay. So they're like kind of funny whatever, and I get what you're saying. But let me just tell you why it's not funny. One in then Geico's. Why didn't someone come up to one of them? It'd be like, hey, can you stop doing this? I go because by doing that now even barest hem by saying you're joke funding, it's creeping people out. Right. So you make me feel weird. So you need to leave. You no longer will be the director photography of my films anymore. You'll no longer be the cute girl that higher every time to do it in front of women too. So we didn't do it in front of everybody. He did it in front of Cameron Diaz. Nobody does anything because they want to continue to be cameras. They were she was the star of something about Mary. Right. Yeah. One of their biggest fun. Well, of course, you're gonna actually gets funny. Don't you wanna be in another Farley brothers film? So when people go out of this stuff go on and on and on and on because it's a desirable job. They're connected. They hire as many people. Do you know Ryan Murphey has Connie Britton and every single thing. He does you know. So if you know, you're in good with a comedic genius who can make movies. Are you really going to be like fucker get your little dick out of mcnew? You're gonna go you guys you guys. God funny. I mean, you're like roll your eyes and go back to your trailer. You don't say what he talked about it. Now, he was just basically trying to get out in front of it before. And then nobody picked it up because the studio didn't want it out. But it was not nominated for an Oscar was it. I don't think it was on book wasn't nominated for an Oscar. 'cause I just looked at all the stuff dot it was can you look it up. Anyway, I don't think because of his dick thing. But I'm bringing it up because none of these stories just don't make like that. Crazy when men gonna realize like, even if you just think you're being Kaleri. That's not nobody wants to see a deck unless they ask. But Sarah says dick than you can show her dick exactly, but Sarah as a as a may, I as a comedian NAS funny. No. But it's not it's shock value. It's not funny. It shock value. And you've done it five hundred times. So again, could you come up with the new stick could you write some new material stead of your dick green book was nominated for five Oscars, including best picture and with the story. Why has no one else, but Heather McDonnell in K rock disgust it..
"connie britton" Discussed on Twinovation
"Gotta turn them. But then can I play the voicemail interest, the dairy interesting? We don't have a democrat. Now, we're over that. Well, how do you put money in the Bank? No, I do I six to seven. Robinhood car dash. Costco, guys. Tastic said Connor because of the content. Oh. Maybe generic name we give for our Connor. Conor woman woman, Connie Conney, Conney Conney short Britain's Connie maybe have you been watching? Dirtyjohn? Some like Cinemax show podcast gosh, Connie Britton, plays the main character. And then it's Eric Banya that plays. Appeal over Panna. I think I might be over. He ruined Troy. David, you've got the voice mail. Where is it a Maury where Claire Wisconsin? Yeah. Being nice to me media. This is fairly an idea. I literally just thought it don't know why I'm calling, but what's the worst part? David. Going on here. Your wifi on now. It's not I turn the show. Cut that day. Dave podcast. Well, you gotta rewind..
"connie britton" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Of eleven songs on the album. What say? Out of five garys. I would agree with that. I think it's a our Vincenzo cranberries. If you would've told me that that was a lost track from the ninety s I would have believed you. Yeah. Me too. That's that's exactly how I felt. But I think it's cool. I bet this is like very. Bittersweet for the band. I hope they do some promotional support. You know, like interviews for this album. Okay. All right. Let it that'd be nice. I would like to see them. And I would like to hear what they have to say you have news about Dirks Bentley who I for a very long time thought was to peeved thought it was a group. It's a man, right. One Dirks is his I believe that's his mom's maiden name. And so they named him Turks with an S at the end. Yeah. So he has got a couple of TV shows in the work. This is kind of interesting one is going to be about the hot country nights who is his on ninety s cover band. K? Okay, another one. So that's going to be more of like a spinal tap meets curb your enthusiasm. He says, and it sounds like kind of like a reality show where they'd be performing and then interacting with people in life situations. But the second one this is the one I think sounds cool. He'll probably have to do some acting in this one. He says it's going to be just like the sitcom cheers set in a fictional Nashville bar where musicians and other music city types deal with things that are happening in the record business, and he is collaborating with one of the writers from modern family. So that has the potential to be funny. Interesting. Yeah. Yeah. If it airs he says that he's learning a lot about the TV business. He says it's like having a song on hold you. Write a song. Somebody puts a hold on it that doesn't mean that it's gonna make their record. Right. It's got a long way to go and such as the same with the TV show. So it'll be interesting to see I kind kinda like the idea of Nashville. Yeah. That's an interesting concept in Iran around the by like the show Nashville me to just thinking about Connie Britton the other day killed her off, man. Remember that was that was the killer. After we stopped watching. And I was like oh my gosh. Really? I've watched all of the Nashville except the last season because I got I changed my cable package. Before the last season came, and I was like oh. CMT? What I forgot guess what it's time for I don't know the celebrity age game we start with Dirks Bentley, ladies and journalists ago. How old is singer songwriter? Dirks Bentley one person Dirks Bentley is on.
"connie britton" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Three on with. Mario lopez. Lopez hotline is lighten up joining me now on the phone three time. Emmy winning actress Jean smart, how are you, gene? I'm good. How are you? Season finale of dirtyjohn is Sunday. What can we look forward to? Oh, my God ending. I haven't seen it. Okay. It is shocking. But not at all what you think. Clad crazy because. Shout thirty million people downloaded that hot theft. Yeah. They all know the ending. Get enough of. Wow. That that's that. That is crazy. We'll the cast is pretty amazing yourself, Connie Britton Juno temple. Julia garner. Eric bana? Oh my God. Yes. Actor. Nice guy. You've always got so much going on. And I read you're going to be a part of HBO's new watchmen series anything you can tell us about that. Yes. Right now. I'm late. I'm not. If some more graphic novel Bank with Brittany. Wow. People are familiar with looking out for that. We'll meanwhile, we're going to.
"connie britton" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Valentine's morning Hollywood headline gills get the Hollywood headlines Joe what is going on thirty John star Connie Britton was on busy tonight last night. And she says she has a lot of friends that are looking out for her trying to set her up on dates and one of those friends is Julia Roberts. She's a Julius tried to set her up on dates in the past nothing has worked out yet. But she's thankful that she's tried. And chances are if you have kids or you just know a small child you have heard baby shark. Baby. Baby shark. Baby shark. Mommy. Mommy shirt. All day every day. Talked to today today tatty shocked her turns to their today. Daddy shots. Shark today. Grandma, grandma. Grandpa shocked. Oh, Joe did everybody. John. Go hunt. This is the part that always coming. Let's go hunt. So the sharks are going out the hunt or something like that. Okay. Explain this part right here. Probably the fish trying to run away from the fish running away. Like shark fin soup. Today. Safe at last year. Say it's the end. Incident. All right. Thank you. Jill. Oh, I'm sorry. I thought I heard you say. Song.
"connie britton" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley
"I'm sorry. But I've been washing dirty, John. So anything I say about like things like that. I get my head because I'm like that horrible advice. No. Because we have the new rule that everybody that we date has to have a friend in common. So the dirtyjohn thing won't happen to any of. Can we talk about have you watched it? Yeah. Okay. I did you did you get the whole season to watch. Yes. I haven't finished it though. But I know what happened in the podcast. Okay. So started watching it obsessively and can't wait to get home and watch the next up last night's episode. Oh, yeah. Because it's not done yet. Right. You know? Yeah. You might need to get this from me. But. With episodes once a week old school? I know I was like benching it thinking that I was going to have the whole season. And then realize it was like halfway through. Yeah. So then I was like, well what do what do? I do. I'm going to have to go over to the podcasts to get my fix. Yeah. I'm terrified. I don't trust. Anyone I go out to eat. I see men and women on dates that look fresh and new and I'm like don't trust him. That's what everybody should have that rule. The rule though. Like, he will can still be deceitful and like her her mom. Yeah. The grandma. Yeah. Just thought he was like the most amazing guy ever. Yeah. Yeah. Oh, it's horrible. But yeah, I'm having trust issues. And then also I started watching killing eve after our girl Sandra that show I had a tough time with the first episode. But once I got going I was going so like men and women not to be trusted. Yeah. But you'll find this really awesome. So I was like out watching like going look at Christmas lights with my family, and we were in Long Beach, and I walked by this house, and I see them watching dirty John in the window, and whether what introduce John as like a glass window, and then I was like, oh my God. I was like this is the house that it was filmed in and then all these people that were like looking at the house around me were like, yeah, it was filmed in Naples long. This is the house that it was filmed. And so then we all start like geeking out my family. What are you do? Yeah. So the one in the show on that says, it's a new happened is a true story happened in new car year, they filmed the the show in Long Beach on the water in Long Beach in the I saw the house. And they were watching dirtyjohn in the window. How mazing is that? I need to go. I know I like felt like such a loser. Like. I just feel like after watching it. And then listening to the podcast everyone's voices like Connie Britton. Did an amazing job at sounding like her like sh-, it's kind of creepy. Yeah. That's what everybody was saying that like that did it in the order of where they listen to the podcast. And then watched the show they were worried because were like, I don't think anybody could recreate it as well. As like the podcast, you know. And everybody's really like, well, it's really happy with how they did..
Interview with Powerball winner Lerynne West
"You pick the numbers yourself? I did not pay. You just ask them. Yeah. I got an easy pick. I it's always been my thought that if if I'm going to win if if I meant to win it, I'm going to win no matter how many how many tickets I by, you know, just just let it half the machine. Yeah. Okay. All right. So then you buy that. And then the drawing is the next day. Yes. Okay. And then how did you find out you one? So I'm going to let a friend's dog out. And she texted me, and she said did you win the lottery, and I. I said, I don't know. I said I'm on my way to let your dog out when I get there. Check my ticket, and I got there. And I went to check my ticket, and I didn't have any tickets, and I thought okay there at home in the moving so on my way, home, I called my sister. And I said, you know, so she called me. And and said that somebody from Iowa won the lottery and said funny, you mention that she said your tickets are in my truck. And so I said go out and check him for me. I said the Powerball spor and she said, oh my God, Lauren. The Powerball is or and I said no way and she said, yeah. So I said some me a picture. So she sent me a picture, and I went to I a lottery dot com, and I entered the day in the numbers. And when you get a number, right? It comes up in red and nothing was in red. And in fact, I entered the wrong date. So I. Fixed the date and. So other numbers came up in red and it said jackpot. Well, I've done something wrong again. So I started going through, you know, going back and forth with the picture of the ticket with the lottery dot com. And I'm like, oh my God. I said you get in your truck and get that ticket up here now and drive slow. Didn't want any acts. No flying out the window or anything. Okay. So you've received the money yet. I have received the money I had to go to my wealth managers office last week to sign papers, you already had a wealth manager. That's new to me. And you started a foundation. I did I started the Cowan foundation, you know, when I won the lottery, I thought I have a responsibility to to do good for other people in to help other people out his well, the Callum foundation is named after Mike grandson who was born at twenty four weeks in lived one day. So it it's named after him to honor his memory, the fact that you can do that. I mean that obviously was a very difficult thing to happen to your, you know, daughter, I guess daughter, and, but the fact that you now have this money to start a foundation in his name.
Ellen Degeneres grills Mark Wahlberg with drivers text questions
"Can we talk about Mark Wahlberg? Absolutely. Yep. When we first started having him on the show ten years ago. Yes. You know, he's like a cool guy, and and sort of a tough guy and never really wanted to like compromise. This is my assessment of. Okay, compromise that that image of himself, and he still really like cool and works out every day, and is super fit and all the rest, but like he's able to let his guard down a little bit and absolutely loves zone. Yes. I think. Yeah. I think he softened a little bit and get has really nice guy. Yeah. And he has a daughter. Kevin Kevin can say objectively one of his children is about ready to take those driver's test yet. So he's going to teach her to drive because he he thinks he's the best driver in Los Angeles in the United States. Right. So Ellen gave him some questions from the California driver's Ed test. So your daughter's fifteen yes, she's is she taking the driver's license tests. She hasn't yet. She wants to start driving. I thought would be a great idea to take her here and let her drive a golf cart around start with a golf cart on the law, right safe. And then I'm like, I got to teach in the minivan. She's like, I'm not learning. I'm not driving minivan. I'm like driving a Cadillac truck either. Where there's a big divider I have to be able to reach the break and gas shut the car down. Right. So but she wants a nineteen sixty nine 'Sella Mercedes hard. It's going to be to drive that car a stick shift to well. You you clogging around in the nineteen and LA it's hard in a six, but I like a stick shift. I just got one. I. Learned on a stick shift or I'm going to. I'm going to ask you some questions to see if you would pass these are right from the DMV. All right. When parking a parallel to the curb on a level street. Your wheels should be a they must be turned towards the street. Be must be within eighteen inches of the curb see must touch the curb in the front or back. Well, you can't be eighteen inches away from the curb, and you can't be touching the curb. So it must be a you earn towards the street. Incorrect then roll. Yeah. Yeah. We hear that towards the Kurd. No. You. Sure. Yes. I gotta check this out west. You know, if you're if you're on a downhill, then yes, turned towards the curb you don't ever want to turn into the street you'd go rolling down the street who is he right away. When going up the hill the person coming up the hill of the person going down the hill. I don't know. Do what is it the person? We let me figure this. The person going up the hill has the right away because it's far more dangerous to backup going down than it is to go up. I know that that question it was the one probably the one question my life. Just let me ask the questions. All right. Just don't try to show off on one question. You know on trying to avoid the question. For safety. Look down the road to wear. Your vehicle will be in about a fifty yards be ten to fifteen seconds. See three Carlings. Well has to be as close as possible, close medium and far. So. You have to look straight the whole entire tire. You don't look ten feet if team feet or just fifty feet. What have you would have a cat runs out in front of you? You're gonna hit a kitty. Going to hit a kidney to avoid a tree gonna hit a kitty exactly I didn't fix site. That's the answer. The answer is ten to fifteen seconds. You don't wanna look fifty yards away. What if the kid is right here? Ten or fifteen feet. It depends. You're you're you're watching. Let's just talk. She taught about your movie. Thank his clearly, you're not going to answer any questions. All right. So it's called instant family. And and it's it's such a sweet feelgood film. And it's a true story. Two faced on the producer, right? All the writer director. Okay. Sean explained the movie he and his wife were becoming very successful. But they were getting a little older getting pressure from their family to start their own family, and he kind of made an off handed comment about well..
Trending Now: Idris Elba, Connie Britton, Nicki Minaj
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