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"dan aykroyd" Discussed on The Small Business Radio Show
"Eddies whose prices as the commercial said were insane. If you never saw the commercial, you see an actor named Jerry from Carol, off mistaken for Eddie. Waving his arms wildly in a variety of costumes or maybe in a great turtleneck and a dark blazer. And it would give the sales pitch of course ending in their tagline insurance, his prices are insane. A lot of people hated these commercials, but I love them. Dan Aykroyd, even did a crazy Eddie spoof on Saturday Night Live. I'm not sure
"dan aykroyd" Discussed on WCPT 820
"7 Wow That's a lot And he's really into being in shape and he's just such a great deal That must have been a very long birth I don't know how painful it was when it was very long It was the worst I had an episiotomy and a blood vessel broke and the blood started According to the ceiling I think I'm gonna be Okay That was more than we need It's like a Monty Python sketch And then all the doctors started laughing like it's the funny I go is this the funny joke in the giving birth thing Like oh we got a blood vessel Like they thought it was the most hilarious Oh my God meets a Dan Aykroyd sketch Just kill your child I've cut the Dickens out of my vagina I think we're just gonna end there Judy gold You guys so much I love you too Coming studio We didn't know you were in LA you doofus Oh my God Oh my God All right Next time You stupid people How long you tell your fungi next Monday We could do this All right let's figure it out You work it out Come in studio I love you Netflix is a joke presents Judy gold She's the funniest woman on earth We have a link to tickets at your Facebook page and at Twitter I seriously you know that no one makes you makes me laugh like you do for years and years and years I love you so much We're getting you in studio I'm going to come get a Borat bag over you and I'm going to bring you over here You're going to like it Get a big bag extra long bag Okay love you Goodbye We're 6 minutes after the hour Oh I could not love her more It's a thing 46 minutes after the hour this portion of the show brought you by car shield This is the week I get my car back But I haven't had to worry about any of it I have a loaner car shield taking care of all the rest You know how many three lights went on travel How many lights Too many lights Yeah we checked the manual the manual is like just forget it You don't want to know You don't want to know what's wrong It's been four and you're effed Your license were taken to the.
"dan aykroyd" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Culture happy hour from NPR Here with Glen and me is NPR's White House correspondent ayesha rasko Hello Aisha Hello Also joining us is NPR contributor Serena toro of hi Serena Hey Steven It is great to have you both So the history of the ghostbusters franchise is complicated The original 1984 movie starring Bill Murray Dan Aykroyd Harold Ramis and Ernie Hudson was a massive comedy blockbuster but from there it gets messy Ghostbusters two came out in 1989 It got mediocre reviews but it performed well at the box office still efforts to continue the series languished and we didn't get another ghostbusters movie until 2016 when a reboot directed by Paul feig with women as the ghostbusters got swept up in the culture wars and underperformed commercially Now ghostbusters afterlife reconnects with the original timeline while introducing a bunch of new characters Carrie coon plays the estranged daughter of Harold Ramis's character in the original ghostbusters she moves to Oklahoma with her science loving 12 year old daughter Phoebe played by Mckenna Grace and her 15 year old son Trevor played by Finn Wolfhard they're the family has to contend with a new Supernatural threat as well as the legacy and the equipment the original ghostbusters left behind The family is joined by a summer school teacher named mister grooberson played by Paul Rudd as well as a junior podcaster who goes by the name podcast don't we all He is played by Logan Kim the movie is directed by Jason reitman son of Ivan reitman who directed the first two ghostbusters films Jason reitman co wrote this script with gilkin It's in theaters now Now ayesha I'm gonna start with you What is your relationship with the ghostbusters franchise and what did you think of ghostbusters afterlife Okay so I am a kid of the 80s so I love the ghostbusters There's something about those 80s New York movies that just it hits something right Like it brings the nostalgia right So I really like that And I also love the second movie had a Bobby Brown song that I listened to on her own I will jam out in the car today I will probably listen to it after this I listen to that song It's a great song So I came into this and I you know I was a little concerned because I feel like ghostbusters is one of those movies that it was just of a moment And I think it's hard to recapture You know I think the movie's coming to America and stuff like that They were great but they're also like of a moment They capture a moment And so with this I don't love it It's okay It's okay I really like the characters I like podcasts The little kid I like you know Phoebe You know Paul Rudd is great as the summer school teacher and possible mom love interest And so they're likeable the kids don't have much supervision I do think putting it in a rural area it kind of took away from it a bit because like the New York was like a part of the character Of the movies and then you go to this town and it's not really a part of it At the end I will say it did kind of warm my cold cold heart a little bit Just a bit but it's still didn't completely justify like why do we need this movie Why does this add anything I feel like the creed movies when you look at them compared to rocky they added something Like you got the nostalgia but you also like added something I'm not sure this adds anything And so I might just watch the original movies Of watching this one But I don't mind it If you're with your kids and you don't have nothing else to do you go see the ghostbusters afterlife All right that's fair enough Serena Tara how about you I mean I watched the ghostbusters film for the first time I think in college I think I've only seen it once So I don't come to this franchise with a whole lot of sentimental attachment But I was willing to go into it with an open mind Yeah I mean I read the two sentence synopsis before going into it and kind of had the same thoughts as ayesha is like why does this movie need to exist But that being said what does it get right I think it gets the spirit of the 80s right in the narrative I mean kids doing stuff in the middle of nowhere is the spirit of the 80s I miss the time in which children just got to do weird stuff on supervised and got to explore their own little niche interests So I think that as a plot point worked perfectly for me And I think the costuming is also really great I think they let Phoebe B like a 12 year old girl I feel like I'm so used to seeing girls feel pressured to act and look ten years older than they actually are that to see her where like a disgustingly ugly pair of cargo shorts really worked for me But then I don't know that this needed to be a ghostbusters film I think if it didn't have that franchise label to it I would have enjoyed it a lot more I think 30 minutes into the film and we're watching you know an edited YouTube clip of the first film in Paul red's classroom I was just totally took me out of the movie I didn't quite know how to reconcile the very serious acting of the first third with then just like the really cartoonish animation of the ghosts that showed up halfway through It's just too long I don't like movies that are more than about 90 minutes This is two hours It takes about 45 minutes for them to fire the first plasma ray.
"dan aykroyd" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Is NPR's White House correspondent ayesha rasko Hello Aisha Hello Also joining us is NPR contributor Serena toro of hi Serena Hey Steven It is great to have you both So the history of the ghostbusters franchise is complicated The original 1984 movie starring Bill Murray Dan Aykroyd Harold Ramis and Ernie Hudson was a massive comedy blockbuster but from there it gets messy Ghostbusters two came out in 1989 It got mediocre reviews but it performed well at the box office still efforts to continue the series languished and we didn't get another ghostbusters movie until 2016 when a reboot directed by Paul feig with women as the ghostbusters got swept up in the culture wars and underperformed commercially Now ghostbusters afterlife reconnects with the original timeline while introducing a bunch of new characters Carrie coon plays the estranged daughter of Harold Ramis's character in the original ghostbusters she moves to Oklahoma with her science loving 12 year old daughter Phoebe played by Mckenna Grace and her 15 year old son Trevor played by Finn Wolfhard they're the family has to contend with a new Supernatural threat as well as the legacy and the equipment the original ghostbusters left behind The family is joined by a summer school teacher named mister grooberson played by Paul Rudd as well as a junior podcaster who goes by the name podcast don't we all He is played by Logan Kim the movie is directed by Jason reitman son of Ivan reitman who directed the first two ghostbusters films Jason reitman co wrote this script with gilkin It's in theaters now Now ayesha I'm gonna start with you What is your relationship with the ghostbusters franchise and what did you think of ghostbusters afterlife Okay so I am a kid of the 80s so I love the ghostbusters There's something about those 80s New York movies that it hits something right Like it brings the nostalgia right So I really like that And I also love the second movie had a Bobby Brown song but two two I will jam out in the car today I will probably listen to it after this I listen to this He's a great song So I came into this and I you know I was a little concerned because I feel like ghostbusters is one of those movies that it was just of a moment And I think it's hard to recapture You know I think the movie's coming to America and stuff like that They were great but they're also like of a moment They capture a moment And so with this I don't love it It's okay It's okay I really like the characters I like podcasts The little kid I like you know Phoebe You know Paul Rudd is great as the summer school teacher and possible mom love interest And so they're likeable the kids don't have much supervision I do think putting it in a rural area it kind of took away from it a bit because like the New York was like a part of the character Of the movies and then you go to this town and it's not really a part of it At the end I will say it did kind of warm my cold cold heart a little bit Just a bit but it still didn't completely justify like why do we need this movie Why does this add anything I feel like the creed movies when you look at them compared to rocky they added something Like you got the nostalgia but you also added something I'm not sure this ads anything And so I might just watch the original movies Of watching this one But I don't mind it If you're with your kids and you don't have nothing else to do you go see the ghostbusters afterlife All right that's fair enough Serena Torah how about you I mean I watched the ghostbusters film for the first time I think in college I think I've only seen it once So I don't come to this franchise with a whole lot of sentimental attachment But I was willing to go into it with an open mind Yeah I mean I read the two sentence synopsis before going into it and kind of had the same thoughts as aesha is like why does this movie need to exist But that being said what does it get right I think it gets the spirit of the 80s right in the narrative I mean kids doing stuff in the middle of nowhere is the spirit of the 80s I miss the time in which children just got to do weird stuff I'm supervised and got to explore their own little niche interests So I think that as a plot point worked perfectly for me And I think the costuming is also really great I think they let Phoebe B like a 12 year old girl I feel like I'm so used to seeing girls feel pressured to act and look ten years older than they actually are that to see her wear like a disgustingly ugly pair of cargo shorts really worked for me But then I don't know that this needed to be a ghostbusters film I think if it didn't have that franchise label to it I would have enjoyed it a lot more I think 30 minutes into the film and we're watching you know an edited YouTube clip of the first film in full red's classroom I was just totally took me out of the movie I didn't quite know how to reconcile the very serious acting of the first third with then just like the really cartoonish animation of the ghosts that showed up halfway through It's just too long I don't like movies that are more than about 90 minutes This is two hours It takes about 45 minutes for them to fire the first plasma ray And I.
Peter Aykroyd, Emmy nominated 'SNL' actor-writer, dead at 66
"An actor and writer on Saturday Night Live has died if you saw Saturday Night Live this past weekend you might have caught the brief tribute to Peter Ackroyd Peter Ackroyd joined SNL after his brother and John Belushi left the NBC show for other projects however he didn't work with his brother on everything from a TV show about the paranormal to movies like dragnet and Coneheads Dan Aykroyd officially announced Peter's passing in a brief statement to the Associated Press he cites the medical examiner in Spokane Washington is saying that his brother died from a septic infection stemming from an untreated abdominal hernia Peter Ackroyd was sixty six I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Ron Popeil, Inventor and King of TV Pitchmen, Dies at 86
"A popular TV pitchman has died the appliance that can slice dice chop for the vigil medic sliced and diced all right but it was far from the only product from inventor Ron Popeil he was the creator and pitchman behind some products that were in the vanguard of the as seen on TV John rough stuff you'd see on commercials and wondered why no one ever thought of that before it was the pocket fisherman Mr microphone and many others the products even spawned a Saturday Night Live spoof where Dan Aykroyd hall the best somatic would you put the best the whole bass into the made up machine his family reports Ron Popeil is died they say he went suddenly and peacefully at a hospital in Los Angeles he was eighty six years old I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
"dan aykroyd" Discussed on 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel
"Can you talk about the business in life. Lessons learned from him as you launch crystal head vodka. I learned From jp if you're going to go to the consumer with any kind of a product it has to be of an impeccable quality and superior to what's out there in the marketplace. You gotta start with quality stay with it and execute soundly all the way through or your consumer will abandon you and his consumers have stayed with him. Along with that is ethical and empathic operation. You know you can have a strong profitable corporation if you don't treat people right if there's a toxic environment it will be detrimental to what you're doing. We've seen so many brands fall because of toxic environments and. I think that you know everything you mentioned on. Empathy is super important. It's empathy you have with people you work with business partners the customer and then holding everything to a high standard especially the spirits industry where super combat it seems like every celebrity now has their own spirit. And so you're able to stand out because of those core tenants that he instilled in you. And i think that's powerful. And what's your best piece of career advice in anything doing collaborate with experts people who are smarter than you in the disciplines that they govern and listen to what they have to say and take their advice in building. That team of experts or collaborators. Make sure that there's harmony right off the top if you catch any kind of a whiff of disharmony or maltreatment or abusive behavior that individual must be immediately. You cannot have disarm any in a collaborative venture. I learned this in everything. But i've done now today as i shifted from films and into the beverage alcohol business. I went to the best collaborator on the planet. That could give me the best water and that was the province of newfoundland and labrador liquor. Distiller inc. I knew that they were experts in distillation and i knew that they had the best water in the planet so i went to the best and i listened to them and they built me an award..
"dan aykroyd" Discussed on 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel
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"dan aykroyd" Discussed on 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel
"My goal is to extract a fast advise. The world's smartest in most interesting people might ask them just five questions. My guest today is actor producer. Comedian and founder of crystal head vodka. Dan ackroyd even though. Dan intended on becoming a priest. He dropped out of college and worked as a comedian in canadian nightclubs. He rose to fame as a cast member for saturday night. Live and eventually starred in hit movies like the blues brothers and ghostbusters after decades in the entertainment business. Damn pursuit is latest venture founding crystal head vodka. We discussed both his career entertainment and business during this podcast episode. What did your parents seeing you as a child that made them encourage you to be an actor. And how do they support you as your career progressed. They are heard me imitating the announcers on television and old fifties television the sullivan show. And the phil. Silvers sean texaco star theater. I would stand in front of the television and imitate the announcers and the hosts my dad. When i was very young i was about five or six years old. He cut off the top of the hockey stick. He takes some around it and put a cord on it and handed it to me and said here's your microphone from them. They encouraged me to take theater classes at ottawa. Little theatre in ottawa ontario canada. When i was twelve and eleven they started off. Very unrecognized there that i had kind of a gift for mimicry and encourage me to do it. I love that. And i do hear from a lot of people that they get pushed to be a lawyer or to be a banker because of the money or because the parents were bankers and lawyers. And so it's pretty cool to see set of parents. That really saw something early and were able to you in the right pass. I think that's just awesome talking about your days. A comedian growing up. You broke in when you were at the all-star cast at the saturday night. Live back in those days you with the youngest cast member. How did being the youngest cast member show up as an opportunity to you to stand out and shine by being experience. Inexperienced is opened up to learning a lot. I learned from everybody was sound man. The cameraman guys did the cue cards stance questions. I was young inexperienced in an enabled me to open up and learn a lot from people who could teach me. I think that's important. I believe in the valley of lifelong learning and in a sense saturday night. Live and your time at second city was a training ground for you. Not only we performing but you are kind of seeing other performers and building those relationships that played a pivotal role in your long term career. Speaking of second city. What did you learn about the entertainment business during your time. There that helped you with your future endeavors..
"dan aykroyd" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"And I'm actually for the sake of time because we've got a lot to get through with this episode, I'm going to combine a few eighty s comedies that I think were certainly in the when coming up with something like this, and that includes back to the future, of course, as well as ghostbusters as far as a kind of a general Mystical Scifi comedy kind of a tone and weird science as well for just getting science and comedy mixed together like that in in this kind of a fun way that that is just. Ridiculous and over the top but also there's Character and heart you know weird science is imperfect one. You know what I mean like him for many many reasons It's funny I'll add mine into yours which was I. don't know how you didn't say this one the Blues Brothers Sure. You know yeah. The I. Think what was happening in the eighties was at like not only was like we're like the was at the first wave what eventually became what's known as nerd culture taking over. But that was like the first time we're like the outcast, the slackers were starting to Kinda. Take Front Centered Light Bill Murray was a big. You know. An John, Belushi and Dan Aykroyd and even John Hughes in a way always nerdy little outcasts suddenly their voices were being heard. and. Yeah. I definitely think that that is what a way to bill and Ted and bill and Ted's was actually created an option before back to the future it obviously got made because of back to the future is you know what I mean but But I just tried not give any credit back to the future I come to the bill and Ted back to feature today because it's like they're. Sorry back future. You just ain't got nothin' on villain. Ted. Well they're. They're very, very different movie S. You know even even though there sci-fi comedies you're right. You're right. No, you're you really that that that is the truth you know in another pair of sci fi movies like robocop and terminator like the get compared to lot province reasons but honestly I just last week went to a drive-in US double feature of both of those of Terminator and Robocop, and they made the horrible mistake applying Terminator Second, which it's a slower movies like a buck but watching them back to back they're completely different movies to a totally now although robocop is a million times better. But. But. Yeah but again, but there is no bill and Ted, without back to the future so as much as I can. Kind of paid back to the future in my own way I can't deny it. It's Potency and its effect and it's You know. So. And, apparently, they were originally going to time travel in a van but. They said that it was too similar. So. But a phone booth isn't similar enough to a police box..
"dan aykroyd" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Also not decided on a mother ship out the movies film for this week I don't know where we stand on this brasserie leading any which way if we hold it all the basketball movie of choice we're gonna do a basketball field in honor of the NBA returning in announcing its plans to return yeah I personally after much debate all weekend I think we should go to Celtic pride that's my personal opinion that is already one of your favorite sports films ever I believe you you put it in right outside the top three at number four it is number four and the reason I say that is number one I think it involves fairly inclusion in sports which is something we are now seeing with the PGA tour because we have a T. Celtic pride involves a kidnapping so I think the fans are very much involved here so I think that is that is something to shoot for also it centers around the NBA finals and now that we know we are getting an NBA finals I think it checks a lot of boxes for us here as far as what we need to fill every sports movie okay I'm on board with the NBA in the NBA playoffs part I think you're losing me on the fan interaction part how does Dan Aykroyd and Daniel stern stealing that Damon Wayans quite equate to the PGA tour having fans come back well look the PJ tortured fads come back the fans are being involved in the sport but as far as basketball goes were any bubble we won't see fan so I think this will just give you say Hey we know you can't be involved the NBA we are seeing fans get all the PGA but look at what point in time fans are so much involved with the idea that you could keep star player well the Utah Jazz yeah I I don't think they were ever so involved that.
"dan aykroyd" Discussed on The Tapes Archive
"Going to do is is. I don't know about four minutes and I brought my robe. I put this robot and took my shoes and socks off and I had this ballet bar stole from the rehearsal studio round polls and rubber band my hair up but I stuck this thing in my role but I turned around and I started just walking around the room with this. This poll and it was real. They loved that was it but we were the last two to get hired because they weren't sure we worked at reputations of You know questionable dependability. And violence and Well you know I sort of liked to slip between the raindrops as it were and you know. I mean You know there was a reputation. I wouldn't show up for gigs and that I was said I sometimes said I'd be there wasn't there and crazy and I was crazy on that. No one quite knew to expect next and I nod to disappear and a beer fast and this kind of puts people off. You know so. They weren't sure You know I was GonNa like the Amoeba that they couldn't pin down you know saw and then when you put your thumb on them. They slip up for Monday so Dan Tan. Lord had to talk me into it was and how many people audition you say fifty or hundreds of people I mean. How many throw week by week? How many jobs for the not ready for free time players for the seven at the number of Missouri wanted? Yeah so easy in going on four years out of the seven. There's only been one change Chevy chase an so now. You're six that's right now. We're we're bill. Murray Cable and Bill Murray Bill Murray was eighth guy. See we all knew each other. Gilda and billy and Brian His brother and And I all worked together up in Canada and add were John and work with you and bill you know and like we all knew each other and it was chasing. Lauren just had to look around for other talent finally grabbed the People. He knew a ripe and ready to do it and we went. We we went to. We knew we knew what we're doing and we were. We were established and ready to handle a live environment. Because of all the shows we'd done at Second City and plus our ability to think on our feet to come up with material dialogues relationships. You Know Act you have to act. Impression is yet to learn how to sing everything everything if you want to be his business. It's not a second city addition in fact and it's a standard thing. Everybody who does it has to go in. They talked to you and they said come through that door and come through five different characters one at a time and do one minute in each character's voice mannerisms okay and you didn't have to do that now. Boy I did. I did all this stuff specs. All this stuff is great. Trent live television. There have been times over the years where things just went completely off the page out somewhere. Not Very often. I'll tell you what you don't want to improvise you don't WanNa have to improvise but something. That's Nice Guy Booth full of mission at five cameras right. You've got the other ad they want you to be there. And they want the line to be there when they cut. So you can't pony so Frank Zappa but you can be ready. You can be ready if something happens. You can be ready but you don't you don't blame it on people. You don't do that sometimes. It must happen. Just somebody gets weird. Said the F. Word couple times by mistake by mistake. Well how? What's the relationship between Saturday night live and the and NBC and the standards of practices. That what they call. We have An understanding woman understanding man. Who alternate the duty on the on the board at Saturday night. Now they sit there and The riders will put in stuff in the script then generally. They're very reasonable. You know seemed to be. 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You just sit there and like a lot of shows do and say oh well. It's the sensors. We gotta go to the sensors. You GotTa show you got to explain to you. Got To argue a point and you fight all the way down the line. They will just give up so he's really funny fights. I mean like a story wonderful meetings. Where where you know Lawrence Sir and these the sensor and then the supervisor of this of the standards and practices branch and then His supervisor and maybe a vice president of and they're all were you know they're all sitting there and it's it's Talking about Pussy whip you know it's You know deciding whether pussy whipped should be a commercial or not or you know what What is it you know it's like Clinton was for cats was the shopping for cats. I mean you know so it's Great Kentucky Fried Chicken. That's right so that's That's what they talk about their own adjust their ties nervously and smile. It's really great. Said good find. It's it's a wholesome show it really is you know it's no way it's okay that's the thing about TV so once you buy your set. It's free and criticism and I don't WanNa hear anymore. You don't have to buy you know when you watch. Tv You can sit there and the thing is you can turn it off anytime you like that. It's a beautiful thing about it and you don't have to buy the the the hairspray and and the The cheap cars at their building today that only go fifty thousand miles and one large car company. I might say here over the air offers as an option of fifty thousand mile powertrain warranty that they used to give away and cars ten years ago. That's what this country's coming though. I'm getting up to get the feeling that out of all of the not ready for prime time players Youtube. Maybe really close really close friends When did you meet you? Go back a long way Actually on the show on Juliane we met we met up up north Briefly you know I and backstage at second city briefly and I think we did a couple of sets at second city that is where we improvise together and He's up there and Yeah John I think he wanted me for the radio show. You wanted me to come down for the National Lampoon Radio Show and I hunted. How RECORD ALBUM? No no show syndicated. That's right about two hundred good humor. Good Humor Danny guilty capability and I guess we Throw to the situation. We tweet other as Boorda's protection. You know what I mean. Yeah when we were being sort of up for the job and they didn't want us and they weren't sure what was going to China. We crashed his house. You know and about four months. I'll actually for the first. Yeah for the first year of the show was almost. I wasn't sure we'll none of us. Were sure it was going to go past seven shows so I He had a slab foam narrowed. Its place in In the closet. Roll that out and I just bumped in there. You know and Trashed at his place. And you know the cats picked at my feet at night. I mean joy of joys. You know it was. It was wonderful and then Judy His wife was an angel and human farm. What's my wife head? That's right I guess because you just got married..
"dan aykroyd" Discussed on The Tapes Archive
"And then go out and improvise after they go out to the audience and one actor would go out and say okay. Ladies and gentlemen we're going to do some off the cuff scenes Give us an occupation. Some guy yells out lawyer. Okay give us a place that Bob Bathroom in a bus station. You know so then. We do a scene about a lawyer in a bathroom station. I try with you know. Snow days are black. Okay okay because you died a few improvise improvise. See that allowed you at second city down. They they expect you to fail about half the thing is. We taught us how to wear hats and glasses and to work with costumes. And that's the thing like theater has the mask you know well. The Blues Brothers have the shades. And the Sunglasses. It's like patch and the soul patch and the and the the suits. It's important it's a uniform and it's the act would would be nothing. Came about me the idea for the dark suit. The blacks couldn't kick called Shelly Balance There's on a pizza couple of years ago called. Beatnik cafe that was It was a minor thing we did. This beat cafe in the world. I now what happens is a lot of the payer concept paranoid. Jazz musicians of the fifties where there are a lot of them. Were shooting speed. Lenny Bruce have guys and So there were shades. No they wash that they would. They would look inconspicuous because they wore black sued. Black Tie white shirt made to look like insurance hoping that they wouldn't do attention to themselves. Interest where the broadcast and they always wore sunglasses day and night you know. He's little soul patches on lip covered with thought so instead of they draw attention. You know it'd be one o'clock the morning heavy starch shades on so it looks like a hipster junkie yeah but also also could be blues brothers also with the suits and the car they drive. Which is an old dodge police interceptor? They looked like cops cop. They look like hit men. They looked like chauffeurs like limousine shoppers with the dark. Rabbis has six. You know Jews God I mean there's there's so many dimensions to the costume and the but the fact is that the simple thing is jake and Elwood or or any of those things just like musicians. You know. It's like you know. And they may look threatening or or straight or heavy but they they really just WANNA play the music. How some of the characters come about the more famous ones of you. People like the cone head was that born in a writers meeting or to say Danny's born in your brain. Dang well I mean Cone heads I I was intrigued by by Video. By by the fact that most screens are a certain height. And and and and people you know. People's heads are certain height on the screen. I figured why not fill up another three or four inches. They're you know on a twenty one inch screen. So I I I'm fascinated with with with Circuits pinheads. I don't know They're they're like They suffer from successfully. Which is it's it's it's it's a form of of water on the brain okay and The in in France. You know a a at certain times there were. There were roused abouts. That were that were pinheads. That were like mentally deformed and a little simple but they were very strong you know and and and they would move the machinery and move the equipment and move the circus around and put up tents and stuff you know as well as being in the freak shows so Basically are I thought? What if such because they're beautiful looking at least I think so. I figured why not You know get get. These beings happening on on on television. Give them a little case. They used to wear the French circus. Exactly have that look exactly and and just you know. Put them from another planet so originally Tom Davis. And now we're going to do this thing you know cruising cones from outer space where these guys come down and and try to pick up these girls in a convertible you know and a big out of production seeing that just couldn't have possibly produced Lorne. Michaels said no. No no take the cone heads. They look so strange. Put them in suburban living room. Make them a completely normal kind of family solar. That's where build our speech comes from people on Earth. We were sent here To establish a fueling station on this planet but I forgot my speech you know. He forgot the speech he was supposed to give over the loudspeaker at the UN when he landed saucer and they crossed their saucer and here hung up on the planet these communiques. Nobody's going to help them. It's tragic where where did but no come from. I have no idea what I was doing it. I wrote world one time and I just put it. I put it in one time during the editorial the next time I did what? I was working backstage riding with Brian. Doyle Murray why worked with second city's like our show and I was. I was writing for backstage. We erode finished it. You know and he said don't you don't you do that But no thing. I said what he said. No he said don't you do but no until what did I do that. He said you did it last on the show. I said what do you mean by you know but no that thing I remember so well put it in here somewhere so we stuck it in you know. I said Okay Pool by stuck in the next time I did it and I said but no. Oh God I gotTa Reaction Spritz Rhythm because you Steve Martin's thing excuse me but you know it's like it's a rhythmic thing. It's like a key that people can go it makes sense and they can say Just connect with that makes you laugh it. Just it stimulates it. For whatever reason I know where the salmon comes from where I saw it on television writer I start the Sheriff Woody sends. You're on I had never seen a Samurai movie and it was just before I was on the Saturday night show. I was watching it. It was a channel thirteen educational station in New York. We're showing Sarah Jeopardy's movies and what a week. They showed Saint Joe Three times so I just happen to have another. I've looked at this guy. Oh my God it was to share buffoon Hazel. What'd you do? We'll all we look at all the stuff that I couldn't believe. The sword fighting was fabulous as watch it and it was not a came on again and I washed again. I'm fascinated watching school. Which is in an attorney. I watch how he walked. It was funny. Yeah plus there's an amazing physical similarity when he puts his yeah. I would like to see when you watch on television. You could almost see yourself. No Way could do that. I didn't know so I just got to do it around the house. Grab your hair like in this but I would take a broom stick often. I'd stick it in my belt and I'd sneak up on my wife. You know all scare and stuff and I sat talking earned was he's talking about is doing. I got my cat. You know the Little Hall dollar is going on and so why would it taught dish and for Saturday night? I didn't WanNa go and audition with something. Everybody knew so all my friends. Almost my friends were there. Additionally so it was a cattle call who believe there were hundreds. There are a lot of people came in but when I came within for mine fifty people came in the room to get me on this show. I mean a lot of good friends help me. So Samurai pre dates Saturday. Night live just barely. Yes but I mean any other shows so I walked in there and they didn't know what I was going to do like they were hoping that I would show the producers. Didn't like to be Lorne. Michaels was not nuts about me. I had what you call bad attitude about TV and so I was kind of A. Is this not very good? But I'll do your show for that can attitude. I said I'll let you. I'll let you have me on your show real the worst way to try and get a job so I went in and I just said what are you.
"dan aykroyd" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"And then we go to two thousand two professor Ted Bryant talked with art about his research on tsunamis so these are two great classic shows now there's a ton of classic shows in there you can go back in here Roger Lear on ailing implants George Carlin Dan Aykroyd on UFOs all classic audio you don't want to miss it it's heard without interruption just get over to coast to coast AM dot com all the details are there to become an insider's just fifteen cents today that's all it is just fifteen cents a day and the people who have signed up for love it I love being a custom cider I travel a lot I can always have money shows a download them on my podcast and never miss a thing and every show I learned at least one thing Hey this is but I'm a coast to coast insider not tell you what it's a great thing for me here in West Virginia we get inundated with snow but it doesn't matter as long as we have our provisions of at five years of coast to coast programs to play this time he was telling you just go to coast to coast AM dot com are right at the top of the home page it says coast insider just click that fill out the information and about fifteen cents a day you are ready to go stem cell technology continues to do incredible things with age women and men have the issues with fine lines wrinkles under eye bags creepy skin on the neck an aging on the hands Dr Nathan Newman Dr to top athletes and celebrities plus creator of stem cell based women S. is proud to announce a much lower price on its products doctor Newman tell me about the long term benefit.
"dan aykroyd" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"But I found was very sincere practitioners who are very obviously working in this way as mediums because they were called to do so and they were looking to provide healing and just a link between this world and the next in order to create a healing and they weren't making tons of money on it and I I found the exception was the the fraudulent or the the untrustworthy that list that's been very very rare in my experience who I've met I've met a lot of very sincere practitioners you know there are scam artists in banking and government and journalism and just about every other profession there is too so and I spiritualism would not be alone in that I'm AT and I met that is again a good way I mean you that you know you men's are flawed so just because there have been some bad ones doesn't mean all of them are bad your your book as a forward by Dan Aykroyd who describes himself as a fourth generation spiritualists he called your book a standard for all ghost hunters and students of the supernatural it's pretty high praise how'd you get Dan Aykroyd to do this I actually that Dan Aykroyd in Lilydale he was there with his father Peter who wrote a wonderful book about spiritualism called history of goes and that came out in two thousand and nine so Dan and Peter and the rest of them family were in lily Dale and we happened to me and I was able to show him my photographs and it's I really am a fan of dance father's book as well so it's kind of really interesting this is to have I see my book kind of plays off of a lot of his will work that he's done and I was actually able to reproduce in the book there one of their family spirit photographs so that was really exciting you know you dedicate the book to your mother and although you say in the dedication that sh Europe make a an oblique sort of reference that she's come back many times I assume in sessions that you've had I don't remember seeing it in the text of the book itself cut it so do you want to talk about that at least a little yes I've had.
"dan aykroyd" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Dan Aykroyd's new show is going to be called out there on the sci fi channel Dan are you going to have David on and some of this footage all absolutely David is one of one of our key cast very excited to have him on show the footage discuss the topic of the this the Syrian the benevolent Syrians who may be helping us heal our ozone and and on many other subjects hopefully in subsequent shows I I know that to we only have a half hour with each guest but we're gonna get with a full range of subjects I'm sure David will be a frequent guest and and art in answer to your question about why they don't reveal less why they don't there's no open discussion here on these matters right well there was a congressional study done in the fifties about what this knowledge would do to a western society and you know it was concluded that study that there be a general breakdown of respect for authority and you know oh wait a minute looking report you're talking about the Brookings yes of course got water where we all were supposed to respect the teacher the the the cop on the street the the the military man and the president when there's a higher being a higher force out there women hold a get out of the way get out we want to talk to him we talked about and he was right you have but breakdown of society that disrespect for forty people not going to work people not going to church well this is the theory anyway I think humankind at this point today in the year two thousand and one with all its happening on the planet with fifty percent of the people and and not in polls taken all the time believing and paranormal and supernatural events that there is much more beyond the four dimensions that we live in you bet more than we see I think people are ready I handle it and I think that that Brookings report was done and you don't our half a century ago and times of change technologies changed and I think people are ready for a revelation well some decide to some degree perhaps down but I'll tell you I talked to a number of fundamentalists on this program all the time they're not ready but it's all from god it all comes from god it all comes from the divine being it doesn't undermine god in any way I don't I don't see where it undermines Qatar anything Judeo Christian at all you've done your movies about ghosts light hearted stuff do you believe in them all yes absolutely on all one has to do is read the tremendous books that were out in the seventies and eighties about the ghost of flight of four oh one keep L. ten eleven that crashed in the swamp and four in Florida you bet that is a compelling ghost story and that's when I freaked really tell around the fire here in Canada there are many many books out I have photos that were taken we we took a bike ride up through Louisiana and into Mississippi we went to the myrtles plantation there and with our Harleys we pulled up in our letters we were walking around and I have polaroids of things in behind my friends had shapes rods routed figures right there on camera and people purport to the myrtle is one of the most haunted places in America I've spoken to United States park Rangers who work at mount at Ellis Island and they say that walking those parapets at night they have seen gray operation is safe they felt cold spots they've heard voices you don't have to hold Sir was great researcher of all of this Stephanie's got audio tapes of other worldly voices that that that that just are are again you know compelling compelling evidence okay I agree with you I too believe in ghosts I've I've heard the stories for years and years and years so compelling and I've seen a lot of very compelling photographs so I I believe what I what I'm interested in though it is a possibility that are these ghosts or these entities are are hard to separate from some of what we're talking about with with David we don't really know that they're from necessarily serious or who they are what dimension they're from or anything else about them in quotes and I'm not so sure that all of this is not connected well member art I mentioned how the camera can see into the entire spectrum of light we essentially higher energy yes well David I haven't David if you look at needs and people who have done work in a a in U. V. for example they have seen things that would just blow your mind okay all right you know they've seen the openings in midair with creatures crawling out in light spectrum that we can't see all of that relates to what you're talking about actually I'm the one night I was going crazy because you had a woman on in the Los Angeles area was taking pictures and in the ultraviolet in seeing these UFO show of that weren't showing up in and regular view and I knew the answer I was right I was trying to get through on the line but I couldn't but also in regards to Sirius and when you mention NASA do they know are your most profound space science researcher Richard Hoagland stated on your show that on may twenty seventh nineteen ninety nine NASA launched SDS mission ninety six at six fifty AM eastern daylight time with serious at thirty three point three three degrees on the horizon and that number thirty three point three three degrees is the highest number in symbology in may sonic wisdom that's true we know the founding fathers of our constitution were all masons and we know the people very high up at NASA are also very aware of may sonic symbology so why again with it's serious three years later after is S. yes seventy five which was in nineteen ninety six and now we got three years later and thirty three point three three degrees and serious it's serious is on the rise and so I postulated NASA may know and I figured out the same thing I have and I'm just one step behind them did they know who our visitors are in the Senate very subtle way and only had to do is deciphered and thanks to Richard Hoagland we have that fact right what about their quest for zero point energy do you think there's any evidence that law and now again in nineteen ninety six Mr is are not the same year as the mission of of the S. P. S. seventy five incident NASA opened up a new division headed by a very young physicist around the same age as me doctor mark Miller's into research into zero point energy quantum ideas and even beyond lightspeed Terry hi technologies so NASA suddenly became very interested in nineteen ninety six and funded this new division into their appoint energy something that previously they weren't interested in why was it all happening around that year also an astronaut who was on board that particular mission doctor Franklin Chang Diaz who who is who saw whatever we're seeing on the videotape live that day we saw a posting UFOs doctor Franklin Chang Diaz became the head of the the Johnson Space centers propulsion lab and he developed a pollster plasma rockets just a few years later what is he trying in his own way to reverse engineer the kind of physics he thought he was seeing that day there's just so many coincidences as we go to this investigation and I really think I think people should should look in and take a look at this documentary and and the video and see and read the book if they can and and make their own decision I I've shown arguments on NASA side as to why they think they're not your foes some find is that NASA that are mystified and and and from the viewpoint of these are are unidentified flying objects and I think I've shown all sides in this case and people can make up their minds in the end who they want to believe well the people who would have seen a lot of this are the astronauts now the astronauts those including those who went to the moon how all had incredibly difficult lives since their missions as though they are aware of something and they're keeping it inside I mean they have had to bounce with alcoholism added just an astounding rate loss of of families divorces all kinds of very difficult things have happened to these guys who have the right stuff but if you have come out and and said that they've seen things yes Sir they have and so there are now simply is now so first hand astronaut space travelers star travelers of earthly origin of of of you know who are are humans who are all of our consciousness and intelligence who are admitting that that there is much more you bet one of the most compelling shows art that you ever had on was the night that you played the nine one one calls in liberty county Ohio I agree that of course I do that was a fantastic show because you had and you went with it because you played forty five minutes of these cops chasing UFOs you know all over the countryside yes culminating with the guy climbing up in the water tower and sing for them Gober's had incredible running a I did need comment we just laid it out on the air you could hear it for years I was beautiful it was it was just vivid and wonderful and you know it's that sub cabinet and as just a blanket sort of anybody comes up to me and says well how can you believe and and and ghost in the supernatural in the paranormal what what proof is there I say well go to mark a Texas yes tomorrow alpine and go thirty miles west of alpine and park your car at the state certified paranormal mystery parking lot is the state of Texas has right there are marked the mystery and gives you a little table and a chair and place to pull your RV over and watch those lights and they appear every night between dusk and dawn and they hop around they change colors are excited about that infrared your I've seen with the naked eye I've had people with me the thing is there's nothing out there to produce them there's no gas there's no it's not a car not a generator is no there there there there and that is a true paranormal mystery and one recognized by the state of Texas by the way hearing about and give ourselves a plug we've got something called the extraterrestrial highway recognized by the state of Nevada that's right he took on an almost hit a cow there are a couple years ago on a going up to be a little alien yes you been there I've been to yup interracial scene the mailbox and what is great about the little alien as you go into the corner I was reading your burger and having your milkshake and with all of the fine people there Pat and everybody on the wall is just the the most vivid and spectacular.
"dan aykroyd" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Once again Dan Aykroyd and David's read up back on the air again gentleman continue where were we well we learned we've got a drop of stone and and and and in ancient culture that is like like several a notch cut out of it we have a picture but a woman took in England of such a craft in the sky we have the NASA SDS seventy five their own cameras recording the tether with these objects in the background looks like a lifesaver notch out of it we have water balls hitting the planet producing ozone to hopefully he'll the atmosphere in this theory we have the Syrian connection and David you spoke of the the launch of of the shuttle at a at a particular time and yeah and that would be added on the end of your book and his and David's book is called the best evidence the case for NASA UFOs it's a must read and incredible incredible volume with a great theory about a life affirming benevolent presence hopefully that well Dan how much trouble do you think we're in environmentally well when you've got frogs you know missing limbs and growing extra limbs and and and missing eyes and tumors when you have species dying out around the world in in South America and formerly pristine areas like rain forests and jungles when you have acid rain eating the paint off my farm house.
"dan aykroyd" Discussed on KTRH
"Date right this call to the end came into this world with like a right this there's is this for JK yeah we listening to our somewhere in time from December fifth two thousand one the song describes some of that law right down the line Dan Aykroyd.
"dan aykroyd" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"All is right with the world yeah I was looking for a product that wasn't true and it turned out that that was because many many years ago when Saturday Night Live first came on NBC the then they had the original top cast Dan Aykroyd and all of them were on there they actually had what was the name of the original priest they used to have on and they're always smoke she was always my yeah the cigarette near the big hat and all that and they had him in the confession and he sounded like he was distracted when people were giving their because he was making sounds like this and they open the door and there was an IBM PC there called the data com to see just going right keeping records of everybody and I thought well maybe you're certainly there is not a valid con two thousand but there is the confession two point one thanks to the the bishop Kevin roads and I know we have affiliates in fort Wayne in south bend Indiana so far he's the first one to sign on and all the saying is you know what the Catholic Church is not endorsing it but I as the bishop can't buy anything I think it's a good idea I mean imagine if you know somebody like a little girl like I did they get on there they say I committed adultery spits out ten hail Mary I had our fathers is ahead I think it's a bad idea to come back next week as I'm doing that but I think it's a bad idea somebody is going to have to stay of course somebody's everything's hackable but you're going to be back next week I don't know this is too is one loss now I have not had how many losses Mike before did I have to to a lot yeah hi lost I'm a loser again so yep probably next week you might be a winner maybe this yeah alright stay right where you are we have where your phone calls coming up is still is our way to save big money on Amazon you're on the camp commander.