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"dan gore" Discussed on Office Ladies
"School division. God right six. In all of new england in the very small schools but yes so i was like i'm i'm to be stupid. The stupid old writers so tell us what happened. Rewatch the cold. Open this morning. And so like both Steve and rain where my twelve and thirteen miles an hour. Yeah yeah and then a couple couple writers brand and they all got twelve miles an hour. And then i was like oh i can beat that so i had on corduroys and a chuck taylors. You were just in your work clothes. You weren't like dressed to run. You were just in what you were to work that day. Well randy just poked his head up and said like who wants to run at a speedometer. Yeah so yeah i i like really waste. I mean there. There's sort of loose fitting chuck's and there's sort of like a slip on shoe anyway. I waste them up really tight and then I re- i started running. And i i have this memory like it was yesterday of. I don't know if you've ever had this experience where you're running fast and then there's no ground beneath your feet and you're just sort of windmilling your feet with no ground underneath a very clearly remember seeing well not clearly. Because i don't remember the actually but it was like seventeen or eighteen miles an hour before i Like sorta flew into the air which preferences getting thrown out of a golf cart. Not too bad And then so like my. My quarter is totally shredded off. My legs violated waited on my elbows and forearms and Dan gore who is one of the people watching said you could tell it was really hurt. 'cause i immediately popped off the ground and said like i'm fine. I'm fine so what people do when they're really hurt. But you were pretty hurt like the medic did have to come over right. I did get really mummified. I had to go to my cousin's wedding like an hour afterwards. Oh no they used you know like that. About god's not even bandage but you know that you can see through right and they wrap it all around my arms and legs are pretty skin..
"dan gore" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
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"dan gore" Discussed on TV's Top 5
"Et cetera to me. That's going to get a big big bow early next year so that that's my bet. Plus then you got marvelous. Mrs maisel which just booked milo ventimiglia forget spot. So is that enough for you. Guys know honestly that is a that is a lot of stuff and a lot of it is highly anticipated and some of it will hopefully be good and we almost forgot paramount. Plus just had a good fight just returned for its latest season and the probably the the show that most people are anxious to see on that platform halo. Which still on target for twenty twenty two last. I heard i've going to set you. Put you put halo foundation Lord of the rings and a couple others of these in in that category of definitely not coming in twenty twenty one or unlikely to come in twenty twenty one. And we'll just see you can also keep tabs on a lot of these shows. I'll probably make the most anticipated. Twenty two shows for twenty twenty two probably have to make in december so so much common dan. These are a lot of high profile shows. A lot of broad comedies in here. A lot of premium awards players like. I said i very curious. How much of your media top ten list will remain once toward the. I'm assuming very very little and that's the way it should be. That's that's optimistic. And you'll notice the we basically ignored the broadcast networks entirely other than Nbc in brooklyn nine nine in the olympics. And i mean there's still. There's still a couple of shows that i think are exciting to you know without having seen any pilots but shows early buzz. Abc's wonder years update and the queen's the hip hop drama. That basically has the exact same premises girls five. And then there's the big leap at fox which execs there are very very high on. And i think jimmy kimmel used that show as this year's upfront punching bag But yeah it'll be it'll be interesting to see if the broadcasts can you know. Networks can really give birth to anything that that resonates in the way that this is us did. And obviously that's going to wrap up next to surprise me broadcast networks. Surprise me. i'm here for a lotta these men i. I'm hard pressed to pick one that. I'm really that i'm most excited about because there's so much stuff on this list. Oh you're most excited about what last man don't pretender. I don't know man brooklyn nine nine one of my all time favorites and i binged that show so much in the past year and just re watching it time and time again is it's just it it holds up it's great. Obviously i know brooklyn nine. Nine has some problems and a lot of eyes are going to be on that show to see how they respond to the criticism of the the white hero cop narrative. But i think dan gore and mike sure to the best comedy producers are number three up third actually a little bit of news bashar. Why not we're returning to one of our favorite segments. The executive carousel ask. Leslie will now breakdown for us. What happened this week in viacom restructuring. So this is probably not going to be twenty to twenty five minutes segment but maybe it will take that much time for you to explain. All of the excitement came up this week. Well i'm going to do this very quickly. Because i just got an embargo too right. So last year we talked at length about all the executive rewards that happened at disney nbc universal and warnermedia. Everyone's report you know. Restructuring their executive ranks to focus on streaming. Same thing finally finally happened at viacom. Cvs the interesting thing about all of this stuff. Before i get into the that were affected. Here is when you look at all of these when you look at the four big legacy media companies none of them have the same structure. All four of these companies used to have the same executive hierarchy the same structure. This person does this. This person does. This was a copy and paste structurally and that is no longer the case and to me that is one of the biggest indicators of how much our industry is changing and the various approaches that each of these conglomerates are taking toward prioritizing streaming which is the same end goal. Everyone has right now so in terms of the specifics of viacom. Cbs what they did is they basically took their key executives overseeing the chris mccarthy who oversees like basically every linear network david nevins who who has showtime and had. Cbs as well. And then you had paramount tv studios president nicol clemens brian robbins at nickelodeon and you basically elevated them all where they now all have green light power at paramount plus so rather than having one executive julia mcnamara. Overseeing all the originals. Now you have. Brian robbins doing kids and family. Chris mccarthy doing unscripted and adult animation. David nevins has swapped. Cbs for paramount. Plus he's gonna oversee the entirety of all of that. And then you have nicole clements who will continue to run paramount studios but also run originals reporting nevin. So she's gonna have a dual role and then you have the film chief overseeing films for paramount plus on top of overseeing films for paramount pictures so it's basically originals by committee and they're they're leaning into the people who have done well for the network so far and built up different things like you look at christmas cars the what he's done at. Vh1 an mtv revitalizing those brands and and seeing their linear ratings growth. The stuff that he's green greenland new. A bunch of adult animated shows beavis and butthead revival ren and stimpy coming back to arias getting spinoff with jodie. There's so much other stuff that he's done all these executive dot and now they're saying okay. You're doing great. Keep doing what you're doing but do it for the streamer. So it's going to put the onus on these executives to decide which is going to go to the streamer. what's going to air on linear. How that's all going to work. And then you could. Then you're going to have an exotic who was who used to report to mccarthy who is now basically oversee the strategy of the of the whole thing so that's kind of a little bit like what francis berwick does at nbc universal but it's also not necessarily the same thing very confusing structure. Don't ask me to draw the flow chart yet. Because i haven't done it yet and it's yeah it's it's a lot of squiggly lines and it's a lot of white dude's that is definitely a thing that it is are there any clear winners or losers of all of this. I think to me it. Clear winner nicole clemens. She's a great exact. She was a former agents in the film world. She's a former manager at anonymous content. She was an executive of originals at fx running the paramount tv studio. That was the studio behind. Joe's like thirteen reasons. Why the alienist just got a couple of big. High profile shows a various companies. She did looking for alaska for hulu. She's got great taste great relationships and.
"dan gore" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"To class up the joint. Elizabeth Reese is here with the dirt alert. Hello, Elizabeth Monday and you're already this punchy. What's going by Friday Dawn. Dawn stopped breathing for about 17. Seconds. Weeks. Idle. Yeah, yeah, Weeks. I need to be warned about so I never take vacation because there is joy. Part out. I actually have fun dirt today, guys, I don't know. Listen, it's been kind of like tough the last week since I got back from maternity leave, But yesterday everyone lost their collective minds about Sarah Jessica Parker, HBO, Max, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis, all announcing that they're set to return. For another installment of sex in the city. You stand it? No, I told I told the ladies and Kenny that ironically, Colin and I had a Sunday sex in the city marathon when I when, and I refreshed the Internet at the minute that Cynthia Nixon posted the announcement. She posted first, then Kristin Davis and then escape. I screamed out loud and watch the trailer and immediately was elated is very, very exciting. So not surprisingly, Kim Control will not be part of this next installment. Because she hates everyone. Yeah, kind of what it is. She doesn't like anyone on she has made it clear over the past couple of years that she would not return. Any future sex and the city projects. And particularly, she does not like Sarah Jessica Parker. Nope. So in 2018 Jessica Parker said she couldn't imagine a third film without Kim Control. Just so you know to this is gonna be a 10 episode 30 Minute 30 minute episode season On gets called in just like that, How you want them to hear? Thank you that I think she's I wouldn't be surprised if she died of breast cancer. Right because she had it on the world. All right, show? Yeah, That's what I think would happen that it would be like that, and I think they'll address it early on, and that it'll be a scene that shows that she passed away because you know what it is is it's a show about like now they're exploring where these women would be in their fifties and and a lot of sex and the city has reflected, you know, I mean, it's over the top, right. It's always been over the top, but it's been like this social commentary on where women in New York are In the age groups that these women are and so In their fifties, is it I mean, many women, unfortunately, have lost have lost a friend. I mean, you know what I mean? And so I think that's going to be part of their Story of how this group of friends goes on without someone cast. Okay, We're all in this business, and we all have some experience in this. Elizabeth Reese. Yes, you are in the writer's room right now. Okay, You are in the writer's room. You are in the writer's room and your fan, right, Elizabeth To give her one perspective. You are in the you are You are the head writer for the reboot of sex in the city. This is day one. You're all sitting down on the conference table. You all take a drink of water, and your first order of business is Samantha. Do you open the first episode with the funeral? Yes. Well, there wasn't even know what she didn't even hesitate because taking it head on is really important because everybody knows about all the drama. Everybody knows why Kim Control isn't on the show. It's because she hates everyone. And then you could get beyond that and get any bigger. It makes it bigger than Kim Control the person and makes it more about, um the character and also a very important issue, which is lost on grief. That's me. Yes, yes, yes, yes. Because you're right. The show is reflective is outlandish is it could be and not reflective of every Female experience it does. The whole purpose was to reflect women's lives in these particular eras and losses, a big component when you're in your fifties and sixties, and so it would it. I think it would be not out of the realm for this franchise. I'm just so excited. I got promoted to head writer. Your head writer, Elizabeth your Congratulations. Really wonderful. Okay, something else that people are excited about is legally Blonde. Three and Mindy killing is talking about this. And she is writing it okay with her friend, Dan Gore, who created Brooklyn 99. And she said she loves the franchise so much. She loves Elwood so much, and when Reese Witherspoon asked her to write it She said. Absolutely. And she said, I can't wait to see what women will think of the way we wrote Elle Woods. We wrote Elle Woods at 40. So how l is it 40 versus how she wasn't 21. Has been really fun to imagine. So, speaking of, you know, young female characters evolving and then their stories continuing. This is a great example of that as well, she said. I don't know when we're gonna be able to shoot movies again. But it would be great, too. If Reese likes the script would be great to shoot it this year. Yes. Can't weigh want we want this? I'm turning to you guys because I'm not the biggest legally blonde fan. So do you want it? Yes. Okay, We're going to see what the 40. I mean. Elle Woods was a really pioneering character because it was all about that you can be You can be beautiful and smart at the same time again prove everyone wrong because it was always like this. Women were always painted in these characters that you were either the smart one or the pretty one, right? Yep. And L was both and it's so much heart. It's like it's like Bleeps Creek. You know those shows that you think kind of our like nothing. You know it's just sort of frivolous and then the joy of it is that there's so much hard to it. Yeah. Yeah, that's what about what makes a successful comedy. You have to have some hard times. You have to have some heart or just a seriously jokes. There's a little bit of gossip before we go. Harry Styles was a reason for Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis splitting Seriously. It's real. I don't know..
"dan gore" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Now downtown it's partly sunny and sixty six degrees koco news time eight fifty one it is time for news about your money was Sally and could there be a financial advantage to working from home millions of Americans have been working from home for weeks now as the country tries to contain the spread of the corona virus and they're the lucky ones because a record ten million people have applied for employee benefits in just two weeks that's a painful marker of the economic destruction that this pandemic has already caused but working from home isn't a cake walk I received this email yesterday it says Sally since many folks are working from home and using their offices as a workplace is there some sort of tax write off electricity internet use use the space well there is indeed a tax deduction for home offices but it's only available for self employed people one of the principal requirements of the home office deduction is that the space you use for business must be regularly and exclusively used for business this means you can't use the space for both your personal and your business you so for example if you use a room for work that your family also uses for my let's say video games it's not going to qualify it must also be the principal location of your business and that's a pretty high bar to meet for a lot of people who don't normally work from home but I've been forced to as companies are going remote so that's not great news but if you're self employed individual who has a home based business you definitely have a write off here Dow Jones and nasdaq S. and P. all struggling to find erection this morning in negative territory nasdaq down about seventy points at ninety three oh four S. and P. at twenty nine fifty seven of the Dow Jones at twenty four five fifty three you guys have yourself a great Thursday you too Sally I we've got some breaking news actress Lori Loughlin their husband have pleaded guilty in the college admissions scandal Tonya J. powers has the latest after fighting it for more than a year Lori Loughlin and her husband Mossimo generally have agreed to plead guilty to conspiracy charges stemming from the college admissions scandal the U. S. attorney's office in Massachusetts says Laughlin has also agreed to a sentence of two months in prison one hundred and fifty thousand dollar fine two years supervised release and a hundred hours of community service her husband will get five months in prison two hundred and fifty thousand dollar fine supervised release and two hundred and fifty hours of community service they were accused of paying five hundred thousand dollars to get their daughters into the university of southern California and we're expected to go to trial later this year Tonya J. powers fox news legally blonde three is officially a go here's Michele Pelino how would this get her hair done for legally blonde three threes Weatherspoon film is officially in the works with two of Hollywood's biggest screen writers on board Witherspoon posted the news on her Instagram writing great news alert some things are just meant to be I'm so excited to have Mindy Kaling and Dan gore writing legally blind three this is hash tag L. was approved and I need to thank you the actress also shared a side by side photo of her and killing in identical bathrobe sipping coffee in holding their chairs.
"dan gore" Discussed on WSB-AM
"So if they debate against you and they know you're right they must be evil they must be up to evil purposes and you see people on the left treat their adversaries this way and people on the right who do the same thing Indians and facts are two different things I don't care if you're on the left are you on the right need to take a step back that's your opinion that's my opinion but I accept that it's not a fact it's my opinion may be highly informed it may not be highly informed even the highest informed opinion is still opinion not a fact the reference entertaining got busted very funny and doesn't tell any party line I think it's a great show the von Hesler doctrine a ninety five point five W. SB ladies news and talk Hey Belinda Skelton here for virtual imaging my good friend Dan gore be who used to work here at WSB radio tell us what happened that's credible and I have a family history of heart disease mom father grandfather grandmother go ahead and have the free scanning done and they called me immediately have to the skin so they need to go see a cardiologists got the films and after I had the surgery they found for blockages my hard were the exact same places of where the films of virtual amazing said there were blockages two different procedures were had two stints put in each time to completely remove the blockages and open up there again you were having those symptoms absolutely no symptoms at all also how do you feel now fine absolutely great I'll send my energy levels good just had my physical last week all the vitals are good hearts beating great no problems at all it saved my life there's no question.
"dan gore" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Hilarious and you out yeah he actually you you do it tell tell everybody about the the take TV's top five podcaster do yes beacuse top five podcast is a weekly podcast that I do with my teacher colleague Lesley Goldberg who is Tina Turner's house stick calibration reporter if there's any news in Hollywood and TV it comes from Leslie and it's it basically structured as we go through the week's biggest news stories and each episode culminates with my critics corner which means we talked about TV as I do and then we do a weekly show runner spotlight where we've talked to some really spectacular show runners in recent weeks including and gore Brooklyn nine nine this week's interview is with the after mentioned David Weill of hunters and it goes into a lot of the data on the things that fascinated me about the show so it's a it's a good conversation not respect but yeah we we talked with Dan gore on the podcast about the new season of Brooklyn nine nine about the fact that it's been renewed for another season he wanted to emphasize that very clearly because he you know he knows the chance of the night and I'd get a little bit which is what happened when fox cancels your show right all he wants sure everyone get fifty don't need to worry there's one more season at least after this one and they're not doing that you can as being the last season that Sir away yeah so cross your fingers but yeah I know it's it's such a good show and it's just so good to have broadcast comedy is still be around and so the fact that good places now gone is in satin or OR one out for you could play Hanson there is still she is still Brooklyn nine nine there's still super store which I think is a really really good show in the to start reduced for another season the plow so some successful really good comedies on but yeah so I will people need to watch your Brooklyn nine nine I just I just laugh out loud every single every single episode and I I I really love you know how they're handling hundred Brouwer's character now as he is he has you've been demoted and I thought they handled it beautifully it you know during last week's episode that's the kind of thing the show has in the past kind of glossed over one of those big turn everything upside down twists for months an alley and then keep that one episode in the next season and then get back to business yeah well shows tend to do that because you don't want to overturn the premise of the show entirely but the fact is that you can old in a diminished professional capacity and it really just allows you to let Andrea brown would do more of what underpowered has been so brilliant that on that showed it doesn't actually up and what's so funny about that character because so much of what's funny about that character in the way you puncture choose a blizzard dignity and so they've just been having a lot of fun I think the intent and I I got to tell you I I happen to be a a ridiculously massive fan of Vanessa Bayer and she came in and stole the episode he was so funny she ate everyone knows the your window that's a fair answer no issues she is really good and she requires I think she require specific usage which is part of why she hasn't had her own sitcom vehicle that's been successful since you left that's an album I think we're part of it is that is that I just don't think you can you can just turn things over to Vanessa Bayer but if you use her in the right capacity and if you use her surrounded by the right equally talented people I think she's extremely funny and I like the character they gave her on the show it was very very funny is it a it you know and I know you hated the show but is anybody is anybody watching indebted in also what a great cast but it's a terrible show is it wouldn't understand it is it is a very bad show it is this is a show where you have to be sickly the North Carolina what any of them are doing and you just have to say I love Adam pally from happy endings I loved Abby Elliott from the very brief period she was on SNL when they barely gave or anything stupid she did a really good very more information the I love Steven Weber kacy Steven Weber and printer sure is a certain kind of national treasure I don't know she's necessarily you know do you she should or could be everybody use national treasure what she does she does spectacularly well yeah and it's all just stopped in to an entire Lee less than generic NBC sitcom which she couldn't really figure out what its premise is what it's Boise is I've seen you weapons so and they're all kind of different from each other because I just don't think anyone knows what the kid who the characters are what they're doing there why they're funny all I can't imagine this is a show that's gonna have a long run and I don't think it should I think everybody involved should have the opportunity to better things what's what's what's the general premise of it I mean it's just you know a as you said it's a generic family sitcom what's the general premise and who played a what it global issues a couple and this is the ideal yet and tally sheet and now it's in the opening scenes that they're excited that after your kids going through there he came about finally ready to help you live should there celebrating that they finally have once the doctor and they have to our lives under control the other thing you should discover very quickly that their kids are still warring XIX or something what do you what do you know who celebrate getting their life with cancer or in fact it makes little sense I think some point this must have been written as a currents whose kids finally graduating high school they become empty nesters and then their parents moved back in which has been the premise of but after five years course than they thought Adam pally interested in they said okay plan will never will lower the gauges the characters and it makes no sense so anyway they're celebrating their getting their lives back despite having two kids in elementary school or younger and then at that point she is Terrence clippers people ever for international announced that they are deep in debt and that they are moving back in to the house for some reason and the nature of their debt using how to sing the first episode relating to medical bills would turn never mentioned again and the gap becomes something where it's just sort of like okay well I guess maybe they need money but it's not a serious thing and maybe they're living at the home but maybe they're not it just whatever the premise is it just evaporates into space and it becomes Fran Drescher being a luddite and seeing things about the tweeter and being vaguely racist but her characters only take the research in the first episode she's been just becomes kind of Kenya we Domon subsequent episodes it's just so inconsistent and it's one of those shows that it I have to blame on on developments words where it's like a network executive had to make sure they knew what the show was before the war they meet a pilot and before they ordered thirteen episodes of it as opposed to in the process wow okay that sounds that sounds terrible the problem is there also looks are you sit coms this means she isn't that have almost the same premise there's outmatched on the on fox which used to my mind slightly better than a couple of the poem which there's that other one on EBC United we fall CBS has world which is coming out in a couple weeks and they're all you sickly the same comedy and none of them are funny well that's that's not good okay I didn't find burger from.
"dan gore" Discussed on WSB-AM
"The left is dominant and and in power thanks for the call back in a jiffy weather traffic ninety five point five W. asked me what is news Chris Campbell five with a W. S. B. twenty four hour news continue in the president's impeachment trial house manager Adam Schiff claiming the president will continue cheating on the twenty twenty election of senators don't stop him we urge you in the face of overwhelming evidence of the president's guilt and knowing that if left in office he will continue to seek foreign interference in the next election to vote to convict on both articles of impeachment and removed from office Donald J. trump the forty fifth president of the United States the president's attorney Patrick Philbin insisting Mr trump did nothing wrong that there were no investigations and of the Ukrainian aid was eventually released as for obstructing Congress by withholding documents these are principles defending the separation of powers that presidents have asserted for decades president trump was defending the institutional interests of the office of the presidency in asserting the same principles here the verdict vote comes Wednesday Andy field AB single USB news time two thirty one Linda Skelton here for virtual imaging my good friend Dan gore be who used to work here at WSP radio tell us what happened that's credible and I have a family history of heart disease mom father grandfather grandmother go ahead and have the free scanning done and they called me immediately have to the skin so they need to go see a cardiologists got the films and after I had the surgery they found for blockages my hardware in the exact same places of where the films of virtual amazing said there were blockages two different procedures were had two stints put in each time to completely remove the blockages and open up there again you were having those symptoms absolutely no symptoms at all also how do you feel now a fine absolutely great I'll send my energy levels good just had my physical last week all the vitals are good hearts beating great no problems at all it save my life there's no question about it what are you waiting for called virtual imaging today for your free hearts game with a few minimum requirements call seven seven zero seven three zero zero.
"dan gore" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum
"And it's quite stupid. Yes. I I agree that bosses is good. Oh, I think I've seen ads for that. Because terrier Quincy. There's another show on Amazon. It gets a lot of ads that has a Billy Bob Thornton. I've never seen that bad. Actually. I think he would enjoy it like, it's a it's a private eye type thing. So. Yeah. Yeah. Those kinda shoes. Yeah. I think it's worth watching. It's not the best thing ever. But you know, it's solid. Number six reme- is another comic book, paper girls. Girls very good this year, and they left it on a real cliffhanger waiting for it to come back. Number six for you by Bryan cave on who might show up again on my list. I just want to read a review the patriot TV show. Yes. People will either love it or hate it. If you think zoo lender, dumber number two, the funniest movies ever, then you will probably not get this humor. But if you love the God gods must be crazy one and two although the show is nothing like these except for sharing the same timing Tillery, stuffed up in the new will love it. I like how he lists four really stupid movies as if. One is superior to the other just like the reference to gods. Must be crazy one and two which is from the eighties years ago. Well, yeah. Zoo lenders from twenty years ago. Anyway, my number what number yet, you're at number six. I'm going to recommend a podcast called the cast, which is which podcast where they talk about non sports things as one of my favorite podcasts on and I listened to it every week. It's one of the ones out download. My number five is he's Brooklyn nine nine nine hundred. What did you say, whatever? Okay. What's your number five three? Which was not a returning show. It started this year. This is two thousand nineteen. No, we're doing the best of two thousand eighteen sorry. It started in two thousand eighteen whatev-. Or? My number four. What you you? Don't wanna switch it out. Even though you know, I can't think of anything. All right. Let him before also Brian gave on comic saga, which have you been keeping up. No, saiga and papers. I couldn't honestly put on my list because I I've read them in last in March of this year. I guess I could replace them with saga. Okay. Good saga took a turn. It's all say, okay. What do you have for your number four nine? Of course. I'm so glad NBC picked it up. But the thing is we did it did run in two thousand eighteen I was gonna say maybe we were liars 'cause it's just start. Yeah. It was on last season or last year. So yeah, it's it's just as good the second. I thought the first episode was reaching a little bit. But I still thought it was awesome. Just not as awesome, usually. But then the second which I don't know if you watched it as good as any episode of this show that ever ran. Right. Yeah. That was the skelly Hitchcock kept. Yeah. Episode was funny as any episode they've had before. And it was it was really good. So yeah, it's a Brooklyn nine is wonderful show. If you've never seen it, you should it's it's Michael sheriff. But it's not I think it's more goofy than his usual. Right. So I don't think he is as much in the day to day of this shows. He does. Yes. We're Dan gore. Who's a funny, dude? I think he deigned gore. I think that's his name. But I think he wrote on parks and rec, and that's how those two together. Michael shares kind of like, he's he's helping but he's not show running or anything like that help create it. But he's not. Yeah. This it's a very good show. My number three is even though I just got into it this year. It is a returning in the dark podcast which pattern kiss. Yep. Which is why I listened. True crime, my favorite crime podcast that I think have heard. They really delve deep like even when you listened to it your goddamn. They spent a year down there all for this story. It's crazy. Anyway in the dark mine number three. I can't argue with that being your number three because you're making your choices. But it's also wonderful podcast. We'll what's your number three..
"dan gore" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In New York City. Here's our conversation. Stephanie Beatrice, welcome to a bullseye. Great to have you on the show. Thank you very much. It's great to be here. I am such. So here's the deal. We're going to talk about your new movie the light of the moon in a little bit. Because the subject matter is so serious. I want to talk about the silly stuff. I okay because I think that's an easier transition. So let's talk about Brooklyn nine, which is one of my favorite shows on television. How great I'm so happy to hear that it is. I don't miss it episode. And I wonder how you got this gig because it is an interesting array of types of actor on the show ranging from straight up comedy people to the most serious of dramatic actors that came about in a lot of different ways. One of the main ways I did happen. Was Allison Jones casting director for for the nine nine. She's cast a lot of stuff parks and rec. Rex she freaks and geeks, which is one of my old favorite shows. She just is good at putting a great group of people together. I don't know. You know, I think casting directors are served the unsung heroes of Hollywood. I think that they have a really incredibly tough job, and she pulled us sort of all out of out of our little respective comfortable worlds and threw us together and made some kind of like Al chemical magic. She is really kind of a she's been she's been on the show before. Yeah. I had to I really had to talk her in coming onto the show because she's very modest about her work. But she's cast Blake seventy five percent of the great comedy of the last fifteen years or so. Yeah. And it seems like this show, particularly as with parks and recreation and the office is a show where the characters grow out of the actors on the program that that the personalities of those actors in the way that they match up together really drive the show in a way that's actually relatively unusual for TV comedy. I would agree with that statement. I think you know, one of the best examples of that is actually how I was cast. I initially read for the part of an Amy Santiago who was detailed in the script. It said that she was Latina. And so I went in for that role. And Alison said why don't you come back? I want you to come back for this Amy role. But I also want you to come back for this character of Megan. And Meghan was essentially Rosa. But before I came in. And so like in the script is described her as really tough and scary. You know, real New Yorker, and I sort of took that and ran with it. And then when I was cast when Mike sure Dan gore decided to cast me, they said, look, we're going to we we love you. We're going to change the name of the character to serve you better. And that's where Rosa DS came in. Did you imagine that the big break in your career would come from a sitcom? I did I wanted that so badly sitcoms for me. Have always been a real touchstone of the American experience for me. I immigrated to the United States are not three two or three and my father, and I would watch Seinfeld. Religiously I know every episode of Seinfeld and to me particularly sitcoms. I think are the new sort of Shakespeare in a weird way. And Jason everyone would go to the theater, and that's where you would all connect and like think and talk about human experience. Right. You'd all be in one space watching this one kind of story. And now it's sitcoms. I think that connect us in a way in that way. Did you have Seinfeld? People's in school in Texas where you grew up Seinfeld people. It's like did you have somebody that I remember in middle school? I knew the people that I could go talk to about what on Seinfeld. Well. I mean, my dad my dad, and I would watch it together. And we would dissect it, we would literally dissect it, my dad be like, you know, why that's funny because and then he would like try to explain to me why what had just happened was hilarious. We talk about it all the time. It was really like the way that my dad, and I bonded a lot because as a teenager, you know, you don't like your parents, you think that they're awful, and they are, but really you are awful one. So is the only way that my dad, and I were able to serve bond, and like have a thing that was just hours together when I was in that sort of all full awkward stage. I just really like one of the weird things about Seinfeld that I only noticed as an adult. And again, I say this is the is the biggest Seinfeld fan. I couldn't love the show more. Yeah. Well for one thing as a kid. I don't think I understood that the characters were supposed to be bad people. I I think I basically identified with them literally with no problem at all. Yeah. So that was one thing. But the other thing is like every character. That's not the main cast on the show is essentially a cartoon character. Oh for sure. One of the weird things that that sort of makes happen on the show one of the consequences of that. Is there every person who's not white on the show is a cartoon character? And they're often often they're cartoony nece is based on their ethnicity. You the main problem that I have with Seinfeld. You've nailed it. Yeah. I'm glad I'm like, I always I feel like I I I want to be able to acknowledge that without putting down the significance for me of Seinfeld. Or that? I think is a brilliant work of art or anything. Yeah. Well, I mean, you know, as an actor year coming into especially like, so for example, those all those actors were guest stars, right? And they're dying to get onto what is obsessively one of the most popular shows on television. I think I just use obsessively correctly. But I'm not sure we'll we'll think about it. What's one of the most popular shows on television? Right. So you get your agent calls. You you've not for Seinfeld. And you read the sides, and you think it it's not really a great version of who. I am you know, but you want to do the role. So you go in and then you book it, and you can't change the lines. Once you're on once you're on set. You know, you can only just throw yourself at this thing and do the best possible job that you can. And I certainly played roles where you know, looking back. I I kind of wish that maybe I hadn't taken that part. Or maybe I I wish I could have said something at the time about how the part was written. But. You're not always in a position of power to do that, you know, and sometimes you really need the money. And so I wish that, you know, more writer James had people of color in them. I wish that more writers rooms had LGBTQ people in them. I a people in you know, that is something that's slowly. But surely changing, but that's the that was always the hardest thing for me to when watching one of my favorite shows. And you know, like you talking about like friends, I mean, it took forever for us to see people of color on friends, and like even like in the background. You're just watching the show, and you're like where are the black people aware people? This is supposed to be New York City. I've never seen a New York that looks like this. It's the same as when you watch like some Woody Allen films, and you're just like where are the people of color? Where are they do? You not see us. Do we not exist for you?.
"dan gore" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Stephanie beatriz? Welcome to bullseye. It's great heavy on the show. Thank you very much. It's great to be here. I am such. So here's the deal. We're going to talk about your new movie the light of the moon in a little bit. Because the subject matter is so serious. I wanna talk about the silly stuff. I okay. Because I think that's an easier transition. So let's talk about Brooklyn nine nine, which is one of my favorite shows on television. L great. I'm so happy to hear that it is. I don't miss an episode. And I I wonder how you got this gig because it is an interesting array of types of actor on the show ranging from straight up comedy people to the most serious of dramatic actors that came about in a lot of different ways. One of the main ways I did happen. Was Allison Jones was are casting director for Brooklyn nine nine. And she's cast a lot of stuff Parkson rag. She freaks and geeks, which is one of my old favorite shows. She just is good at putting a great group of people together. I don't know. You know, I think casting directors are sort of the unsung heroes of Hollywood. I think that they have a really incredibly tough job, and she pulled us sort of all out of out of our little respect. Give comfortable worlds and threw us together and made some kind of like L chemical magic key is really kind of a she's been on. She's been on the show before. Isn't she had to I really had to talk to coming onto the show because she's very modest about her work. But she's cast like seventy five percent of the great comedy of the last fifteen years, or so, and it seems like this show, particularly as with parks and recreation and the office is a show where the the characters grow out of the actors on the program that the that the personalities of those actors in the way that they match up together really drive the show in a way that's actually relatively unusual for TV comedy. I would agree with that statement. I think you know, one of the best examples of that is actually how I was cast. I initially read for the part of an Amy Santiago who was detailed in the script. It said that she was Latina. And so I went in for that role. And Alison said why don't you come back? I want you to come back for this Amy role. But I also want you to come back for this character of Megan and may. Meghan was essentially Rosa. But before I came in. And so like in the script is described her as really tough and scary, you know, real New Yorker, and I sort of took that and ran with it. And then when I was cast when Mike sure Dan gore decided to cast me, they said, look, we're gonna we we love you. We're going to change the name of the character to to suit you better..
"dan gore" Discussed on Latino USA
"And what about you? Stephanie like, what was your parents reaction when they hear their daughter saying ekit assay act the? I think I saw it coming to honest, I had been in tenth grade. And there was a production of Little Women got cast Joe and the rest of the cast was white. And there was be and they came and saw that production. And so I think they started sort of smelling it, then, you know, and then senior year by the time, we hit senior year, I was president of the festival in society. Then I think they knew for sure that it was going to happen. Whether or not they were behind it or not. And also my dad was sort of forced into being an engineer when he was a kid. He think he wanted to be a pilot. So I think he had sort of like a spot in his heart for like, you know, what she's really passionate about it. Let's just let her do it. You know, I don't want to spend a lot of time talking about it. Because it turns out that I guess a lot of people wanna talk about your sexuality in the fact that you you came out as by sexual both in the show, and then your personal life. You made a decision to say I'm letting 'em identifying this way, and I'm focusing on that. Because you said because my community as artists we are the most accepting. Yeah, I think I mean you go back in in theater history. And you think about like the playwrights just just starting from just playwrights, right? Like just playwrights too were white men who were getting shows produced on Broadway and also turned out to be gay. You know, directors that we're gay and people sort of at the time in the beginning. It was like you just turn a blind eye and you keep keep going along with your business. And then there's some hell there was a shift, and it was like stop turning a blind eye. We're gonna like just be open to it, and that sort of spread think through the theater community in really healthy wonderful way. And like coming out to me was like not it didn't feel like it was going to be a big deal. Just was like, I tweeted something. And then suddenly it was like oh snap. People wanna talk about it. And then it was just sort of lucky thing that I work for a really amazing person. Dan gore. Who was like, what don't we talk about it on the show too? You know, it was just. Oh, so I was your personal life that inspired the characters coming out. I think it was a mix of the way that I always read Rosa on the page was that she felt clear to me. There wouldn't be little comments that she would make about there's that early. Like, yes. Yes. She affirmative. I'm with you on this. Tonya harding. Yes, she writes classy, Jake. So to me, I was like, okay. She likes girls, probably too. You know, and then Dan because he's Dalen before we started season five. It was like look he called me. And was like this is something that the writers are kind of interested in exploring, but we want you to say whether or not this is something you would like to explore because you are the queer person that's playing this role. It was really actually television. You guys. I can't believe this is reckless nine nine. It's nine bisexual. All right. We'll field one minute zero seconds of questions pertaining to this go, Amy how long have you known since seventh grade I was watching saved by the bell. And I thought Jack Morris is Hup. We turtle also hot. So we are living in a particularly unique time for what it is to be letting or Latino to be an immigrant and our relationship to law enforcement. So how do you as women of color approach plane women who are part of law enforcement? I mean, that's a really excellent question..
"dan gore" Discussed on Latino USA
"Welcome to let the USA Stephanie be at threes, and Melissa who made all thank you here. So I heard this story about your audition for Brooklyn nine nine, and you don't know this. But you know, I actually dreamt of being an actor one day myself. And so, you know, the whole thing about dishing like I know a little bit about that. And I hear that. There was a story about like each of you kind of going into the audition room and what happened. So what happened originally we actually destroyed for the same role? Amy, Santiago was written as a Latina character. So we both went in at different times. I never met Melissa before we book the show. But at different times, we went into Allison Jones office who's the catching richer original casting for our show. So yeah, we both read for the same role originally the role that you were reading for. They said, okay. Basically, this is like a good girl letty. Who's a little bit of a Brown, noser terribly insecure? And you know, is just a big pleaser that was the role that you were both reading for. No, it was originally. It was just she's a detective she's kind of the foil to Jake to Andy's Hamburg's character. And actually, she was originally just like very capable very confident like kind of all the parts of Amy that you see still now on the show and she's doing like the cop stuff it was mostly that. And she became a bit more developed all the nerdy and social anxiety stuff kinda came in. There was such a nice way of saying that that was I was I was quite terrible about that. I just said that she was a bit of a of a good girl and wanting to be brownnoser in like she's dealing with anxiety. So thank you. Really fall in love with your character all the parts of them. Well, and I, you know, I don't know if this is actually true because I've never asked Dan gore about it. But I myself was so nervous and like high energy when we were her the pilot and everyday changes on the script would come out and Amy would get a little more nervous and some of the brown-nosing withhold came out. And I was like oh my God. Are they picking up that I'm so every day and like making the character more me because they would have picked that up for Rosa two years. I was terrified the whole time. They are. But you hit it very well. The both of you go, and I guess actor says oh my God. Wait, it's not just one let the we can have to completely. Characters in one television show. Why I think I think that was you know, what ended up happening was that Alison sort of said, I don't think you're right for this role. But I'd like you to read this other role this written in the strip and Meghan Meghan was the way that Rosa's describing the pilot which is like smart, tough and scary as hell and then. Yeah. And then each of us had our respective screen tests, and they ended up changing the name of the character. And they changed ethnicity to and you're you're so lucky because you get to work with one of my I mean, of course, any Sandberg, of course, Saturday Night Live. You know, I'm yes. But but Andrea our oh my God. Everyone knew commanding officer captain Ray, hold. He's just such a great American actor with such heft. And he just kills it in that show by by not showing any emotion. Incredible..
"dan gore" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Out as bisexual both in the show and in your personal life. You made a decision to say, I'm Latina am identifying this way, and I'm focusing on that because you said because my community as artists we are the most accepting. Yeah, I think I mean you go back in in theater history. And you think about like the playwrights just just starting from just player. It's right. Like just playwright two were white men were getting shows produced on Broadway and also turned out to be gay. Directors that way and people sort of at the time in in the beginning. It was like you just turn a blind eye, and you keep going on with your business. And then there's some how there was a shift, and it was like stop turning a blind eye, and we're going to like just be open to it, and that sort of spread I think through the theater community in a really healthy wonderful way. And like coming out to me was like not it didn't feel like it was going to be a big deal. I tweeted something. And then suddenly it was like oh snap. People wanna talk about it. And then it was just sort of lucky thing that I work for a really amazing person. Dan gore. Who was like, why don't we talk about it on the show too? You know, it was just I was your personal life that inspired the characters coming up. I think it was a mix of the way that I always read Rosa on the page was that she felt queer to me. There wouldn't be like little comments that she would make about early like. Yes. I'm with you on this.
"dan gore" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Came out as bisexual both in the show and your personal life. You made a decision to say, I'm Latina identifying this way. And I'm guessing on that because you said because my community as artists we are the most accepting. Yeah, I think I mean you go back in in theater history. And you think about like the playwrights just starting from just playwrights, right? Like just playwright two white men were getting shows produced on Broadway and also turned out to be gay. Directors that were gay and people sort of at the time in in the beginning. It was like you just turn a blind eye and you keep keep going along with your business. And then there's some hell does a shift, and it was like stop turning a blind eye. We're going to like just be open to it, and that sort of spread I think through the theater community in a really healthy wonderful way. And like coming out to me was like not it didn't feel like it was going to be a big deal. Just was like, I tweeted something. And then suddenly it was like oh snap. People wanna talk about it. And then it was just sort of lucky thing that I work for a really amazing person. Dan gore. Who was like, why don't we talk about it on the show too? You know, it was just oh, so I was your personal life that inspired the characters coming up. I think it was a mix of the way that I always read Rosa on the page was that she felt queer to me. There wouldn't be like little comments that she would make about that early. Like, yes. She. I'm with you on this Tonya Harding. Yeah. She writes, always classic Jake. You know? So to me, I was like, okay. She likes girls. And then Dan.
"dan gore" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Loved watching you. I don't want to spend a lot of time talking about it. Because it turns out that I guess a lot of people wanna talk about your sexuality, and the fact that you you came out as bisexual both in the show and in your personal life. You made a decision to say, I'm Latina and identifying this way, and I'm focusing on that because you said because my community as artists we are the most accepting. Yeah, I think I mean you go back in in theater history. Let me think about like the playwrights just just starting from just playwrights, right? Like just playwright two were white men who were getting shows produced on Broadway and also turned out to be gay. Directors that were gay and people sort of at the time and in the beginning, it was like you just turn a blind eye, and you keep keep going along with your business. And then there's some how there was a shift, and it was like. Stop turning a blind eye. We're gonna like just be open to it, and that sort of spread through the theater community in a really healthy wonderful way. And like coming out to me was like not it didn't feel like it was going to be a big deal. Just was like a tweeted something. And then suddenly it was like oh snap. People wanna talk about it. And then it was just sort of lucky thing that I work for a really amazing person. Dan gore. Who was like, why don't we talk about it on the show too? It was just I was your personal life that inspired the characters coming up. I think it was a mix of the way that I always read Rosa on the page was that she felt queer to me. There wouldn't be like little comments that she would make about early like. Yes. I'm.
"dan gore" Discussed on Outkick the Culture
"At least for now so each episode has its own casts clarke duke actually also in a second episode ii ones my favorite so far second one was both funny and unsettling but room 104 is so balls e just as a concept that it's why we love tv and why i love to do this because hbo and some of these networks to give you a chance to experiment and a de plast brothers or just paying it off by doing these different kinds of quirky things that aren't going to appeal may be to a mass audience but a really going to please a niche crowd and in terms of room 104 it's almost two weird for me but not quite weird enough that i can't watch it so i think it's in a pretty good sweet spot there if you like stuff that is definitely off kilter ramona fourth while they are tang so i would check that out for sure and finally now real comedy but really well done commedy the good place at netflixing this week it may my top 10 on outkick last year christon bell ted danson the two stars that you will certainly recognize the most from that show but the reason why this is how manal leadoff michael sure created the good place who is michael scher mike sure played mows sh route in the office what does that mean well he played in he played in the show but he also cocreated the adaptation toe writer of some of the best seasons of the office he left the office to create along with gregg daniels the second best comedy in my opinion of my lifetime the one that won that i've enjoyed the most other than seinfeld is parks and recreation he did that after parks and recreation he cocreated along with dan gore another show that i think is among the best comedies of this century brooklyn nine nine which is still on fox.