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"Doesn't mean that will stop predicting who will win TV's biggest night won't look anything like it did in years past. No red carpet. No big theater. Maybe no designer gowns, Maybe no tuxedos. Maybe there's some drinking going out. I'm thinking behind the scenes, but one thing will remain unchanged. The best and brightest in the industry will honor what they consider the best TV shows of the year. A TV critic Alison Shoemaker, she writes for the A V club in consequence of sound, she joins us live On the team hot burn phone line with some predictions. Hey, Allison. Hi. How are you? I am great. How are you? I'm doing really well, well, well, you know, I'm not sure that's true. But I'm doing okay. Fair enough. Why? I saw on your first time We're talking. I saw your bio that you like TV and bourbon and your woman after my own heart. I'm just telling you right now, that's fantastic. Well, it's hard to like hard to not like. That's right. That's right. That's right. Well, this was probably the most unusual TV season yet. What do you say? Yeah. I mean it next year is going to be even more unusual. I think, given the things that are coming out now, the kinds of shows that are being created and the adjustments, But Hollywood is having to make Tio need the current moment. But even before everything happened, it was a really interesting year in TV and a really interesting here. The Emmy Well and in their church, churning out things that they can do fast, Really, ality shows reality shows game shows they're moving pretty quickly. But this Sunday, Jimmy Kimmel's The host will be hosting live from the Staples Center with a minimal crew, just him and a crew. 125 like live streams across 20 cities, including London, Toronto, Tell Aviv using laptops, cameras, ring lights, microphones. Think about I get on zoom calls with six people and it starts to break up. I cannot imagine what this is gonna look like on Sunday night. I don't envy the producer director of the show whatsoever, Mimi, they're producers had pretty open about saying that they expect things to go from there wanting that to be acknowledged and expected and sort of be part of the event. So hopefully they will be ready for the many, many things that will certainly go wrong, But it probably will be boring. Yeah, Yeah, Let's start off with two big categories here comedy and drama. No. One traditional Network show was nominated. I think that's been and I'm going thing these last couple years, but we bumped into with a theme for Curb your enthusiasm on HBO. But there's a lot of great shows in this lineup. Yes, the comedy lineup. There's really great as always very things that one could wish were included, but I was especially glad to see affected terrific. What we do in the shadows included a swell is Shit Creek, which seems to be finally having a big moment, right if it is going off the air, so last nominations for that one, and I think it's got a real chance at winning. You know that's a show, and I felt like it was a very underground show that only myself and a few friends were watching in the very beginning to college. It's one of those shows that in this day and age, you would find those small groups and have those water cooler moments talking about Each episode. And I'm thrilled that it's finally getting some recognition. But as you say, curb dead to me the good place insecure on HBO, the Comiskey method to marvellous Mrs Made Mazel Shits Creek. What we do in the shadows. You know, I kind of feel like shit's Creek deserves at this time. Don't you think so, too? I need there are some great shows in the lineup. I would love to see in secure wind something, but the place is a great favorite of mine, And I hope that it picks up something along the way here. I think it's got a shot in a couple of categories, but it feels like shit Creek Year to lose by cats. I'm really hoping they walk away with it. By the way, if you want to jump into the conversation, 312981 72 100 favorite TV show what you're watching right now, who you hope wins the Emmy while Ron comedy Let's talk about best actor and actress lead actor in a comedy Siri's Anthony Anderson from Blackish Don Cheadle from Black Monday. Ted Dance in a good place, which also ended its season are serious season. Michael Douglas from the Comiskey Method. Eugene Levy from Shits Creek runs you saw from Remy, where you where you think this is heading? You know, I feel like some kind of a top up. I think Eugene Levy has got a decent chance to pull out a win here. I think that'll depend on how much energy and how much love shit as a whole. But Don Cheadle terrific on Black Monday, and it's an actor's actor that people really loved to celebrate. The first season of Rami was thick and Randy Yussef, its creator and star is very good in it. I'm sort of hoping for a win for Ted Danson, who's really remarkable in the good place and who had the key part of the success of this really wonderful final, Even but really, it could go any way I if I had to put money on it, I would probably say Ted Danson, but who knows? Ted Danson, lead actress in a comedy Siri's Christina Applegate from Dead to Me, Rachel Brosnahan. From the Marvellous Mrs Made that Mazel Linda Cardellini from Dead to Me, Catherine O'Hara from Shits Creek. I just love her In that show. He's a rave from security Graziella zeros from black ish. Another. There's a couple in here I could say could rise to the top pretty quickly. No, I captain Hera doesn't win this one. I will be greatly shock. That's my terrible, more impressive. She's just so wonderful, and it's such a lovely president has had a really great award season. So that's my if I was going to pick one thing that's just Creek will win. For sure it would be this category since your sense your TV critic and you're watching these shows all the time. Like what you know, especially during the pandemic in the last six months, when you're a little bit more Obviously sitting at home, especially when we're sequestered at home. Like what comedy's? Did you really, really look forward to watching this past year? Um, well, the thing that was the greatest bomb for me with actually old episode of Murder, she wrote. Waste no comedy, but it is very funny. Wow, There's something about a guy from very comforting, but I really love the good place. I mentioned what we do in the shadows before but the second season what we did in the shadows with even better than the first and it was so absurd and wonderful, and that's really weird here on and then. Shit Creek. Obviously just lovely. So those 30 I sort of gravitated towards their other self great sketch shows. I think you should need on Netflix is amazing. Lots of great comedy out there At the moment, you mentioned a couple comfort food things that you did and watched while while you were at home. I think ours we've you know, might my son starting architecture's so he just started watching mad men because he loves that sixties. Look of all the offices in the homes and all that stuff that we've been watching that again. And I guess the other throwback Was the Waltons. And I don't I don't know how we stumbled upon it the Hallmark Channel or something. And you know my eight year olds like why are they all staring at the radio? Um, white, where they all excited cause they got a phone like I don't understand this. It's you know, it's Just a different time where.
"danson" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Judge Judy at Ted Danson him gun the coup G. C. Mellencamp and then out Michael Douglas okay the bad I mean judge Judy which is the most Amos richest now ten TB person in the history of this big reach and then any closure has Jane Lynch I believe that's all right but I would I would say from all those like Christopher guest movies yeah and that forty a virgin yes that's right one it's one of performance in all timer really an Oscar snub I think of her from best in show always first yeah we'll get in the best in show at around eight OO eight Jane Fonda James catcher she was in a start in an episode of Seinfeld and then of course played so not as extensive as as the others were hard hit I think you have a hard hitting and clay knows his politics he ran at one point okay if you have to go what trump obviously is going to win the Republicans alright we'll give him the Republican celebrity vote there one of these I think you have to narrow it down I think the Bloomberg enclosure.
Their Dark Materials
"About a year ago. We released an episode in which I interviewed the author. Cassius unclear about her book. The secret lives of color. It was a conversation about the history and origins of different colors throughout human existence. During our talk does he and I covered everything from a type of purple. That squeezed from sees nails do a shade of green. That could literally kill you but there was one pigment in particular from that episode that one of our producers. Here's here nine hundred hasn't been able to stop thinking about because it's bonkers producer. Vivian lay. It's called Vance a black. It's a pigment that reaches the level of darkness. That's so intense. It's kind of upsetting. It's so black. It's like looking at a hole cut out of the universe. It's so black. It's like looking at portal into another dimension of nothingness. It's so black that if you stare at it long enough you'll see your own death. I keep going these metaphors or crummy but it it's it's like this philosophical abyss. Your is just fall into it. This is Adam. Rogers journalist writer wired and I write books sometimes to Rogers has written about van to block for wired because when anyone sees with not just Vivian. They think it's bonkers. It makes you rethink think. What black means fantastic is striking when you look at it even when you look at a picture of it because it looks like something colored black it looks like an absence Vanna black swallows nearly all visible light in gives back no reflection so every contour crease of whatever it's applied to disappears it has this ought affect of making something look two dimensional while at the same time as if you could fall right through it? It has the same feeling looking looking at it as a color that looking over the edge of a building or something does he actually do. Feel kind of a physiological response to that does not look right that looks unreal. It looks real. VENTA black was created by the tech industry for the tech industry. But this strange dark material would actually go on to turn the art world on its head They're black pigments out there and then there are super black pigments. That are so dark. They need to be created in a laboratory. These super blacks excrete such extreme levels of darkness. Because they're made up of something called Carbon Nanotubes or C. N.. Tease Carbon nanotubes are pretty much. Exactly what they sound like teeny tiny microscopic tubes combranch of carbon atoms just a few nanometers wide for reference. A single human hair is about eighty to a hundred thousand nanometers. animators Y T materials are made up of forests of these microscopic carbon tubes. I'd say it's like a field of gross. Okay and the grass is a carbon nanotubes in about one six thousand two thickness of your hair and there's about a billion of them per square centimeter. This is Ben Johnson the founder and CTO Joe of Serena Systems which specializes in carbon nanotubes technology. He's the kind of person who even as a kid you'd expect to become the founder and CTO of of a carbon nanotubes technology company. When I went through school I spent my time trying to make gunpowder type rocket And then I kind of went to develop liquid. Propellant systems is that we're all the dangerous and needs to go bang and kind of not very safe back then. People didn't really care that much about safety and they go yeah. This sounds like a really cool idea. Goods this is not a really cool idea. Jensen began working in the nanomaterials field in two thousand four back then. CNT's had a lot of promise in the space industry because super black coatings could be really useful inside of satellites telescopes and optical imaging technology but carbon nanotubes. Technology wasn't quite where it needed to be yet. CNT's these weren't like paint. They had to be grown onto a surface in a special type of reactor at an absurdly high temperature. High enough to destroy. Most of the things you might I wanna grow them on Johnson and his team worked on it for years and finally managed to develop a new reactor that allowed them to grow see and tease at a much lower temperature and in doing so they had one unexpected but delightful side effect they made it blacker one day. We go to some data back. They said back. Do you realize what you've done you've this material. And it's got almost unmeasurable low reflectance and I was a K.. What does that mean? It meant that Serena systems had created the darkest substance on earth material that absorbed ninety nine point nine six five percent of light. He couldn't tell from the numbers but Jensen new the cat was really special after one of his researchers showed him a sample said. Look I'm like okay. What am I looking at? It just looks black and said look and I'm putting my face right up beside it and the guy's looking laughing at me alum gain a it just looks black. And then he did something that just told me with nailed it. He took an object of the surface that was three dimensional so before matt helpless put my eyes to it. I couldn't tell us anything that was just flat. Danson black was so dark that it almost felt like it defied Clyde the laws of physics we weren't looking to create the world's blackest material. That's a thing Johnson and his team decided to give this new flashy C. N. T. of flashing flashing name Vance a black which stands for vertically aligned nanotubes array black as black as Vance. A black was surrey. NANNA systems systems still saw it as a niche material so when they launched their product at the Farnborough Airshow in two thousand fourteen. They saw themselves as small fry. Farm Farm Bureau is a big deal. In the aerospace industry Serena Systems was presenting their nanomaterial at the same event as the Boeing dreamliner military jets and a paragliding car so Jensen wasn't expecting to make much of a splash. But that's not what actually happened was just surreal. We had camera crews literally all the major networks filming looking at these materials because knowing it ever seen it demonstrated like this before people were freaking out. over Vance a black. We just didn't expect it and my son was like well. He's just black. Why are we getting these people going crazy about it? People were amazed by the depth of darkness achieved by Van Black and wanted to know. More soon enough Serena systems was receiving all sorts of requests from people who wanted a piece of it. Aw People wanting to coach because people want to coat dice in it coat bodies in it. We had a very well known youtuber. The spent quite asking us saying can can you please live on youtube aside from that time. potty Canadian what really caught Jensen's attention was the amount of interest is that came from another field in desperate need of super black pigment. The Art World in those first couple of weeks alone Surrey Nano Systems received saved over four hundred inquiries from artists wanting to use it in their work the number of people in the art world that wanted to use it that that was absolutely absolutely crazy time. Actually because we're a company set up to do engineering and space not accompany the setup to create products for artists to us working with artists. Artis was just not something Serena systems was equipped to do because Vance black was incredibly hard to work with sure they could grow at a much lower temperature than before that was still about four hundred and thirty degrees centigrade. Cat's were also really delicate and can scrape off easily but most importantly any collaboration with artists would take up time in tech resources. Because anything coated with Banda black would have to be grown in Serena systems reactors just wasn't a practical proposition for the company that said an ish is an incredibly charismatic. Chat with an amazing vision and and his life's work has just been phenomenal an eastern as in a niche Kapoor. Who if you haven't heard of him? Before is very famous so for decades has been one of the premier contemporary artists working today says Adam Rogers again use the kind of person who will do a whole gallery takeover teen modern you know. He's he's a really big deal. We should know here that initiative did not respond to an interview request for this story but he's probably best known for creating Chicago's iconic cloud gate sculpture also known as the bean and and he has been knighted by Queen Elizabeth for his contributions to visual arts. And when Vance black debuted he wanted it. So he reached out Serena Systems and invited Jensen to check out a studio or walked into his studio and I was literally speeches or what I saw given his body of work. Kapoor seemed uniquely suited for this material. There is in a way a constant continuous process that gives up the same questions. This is a niche poor. In a video he released about one of his pieces titled Dissension. So those those questions are for me. The void object or the non object many questions about color questions about space and time. Because I really do believe that for there to be new objects has to be new. Space Kapoor has has a fascination with blacks capacity to make something both exist and not exist at the same time his work. A lot of it deals with voight. It deals with colored blocks and try to understand the relationship between color space
Jane Fonda Arrested for the Third Time While Protesting in Washington, D.C.
"News Jane Fonda arrested again this time in a protest about climate change here CBS news correspondent Matt Piper what you Jane Fonda Sam Waterson and Ted Danson have in common they're all iconic actors and they've all been arrested on the steps of the U. S. capitol in recent weeks for fondue it was the third Friday in a row she's been photographed in her bright red coat as police put her in handcuffs the eighty one year old actress is leading a weekly climate change protest in Washington DC she calls fire drill Friday she actually moved to Washington to fight against climate change and each week's protest features a special theme this Friday the focus was oceans can't
Ted Danson arrested with Jane Fonda at U.S. Capitol
"Well another Friday means another arrest for Jane Fonda for the third Friday in a row with the actress was taken away in handcuffs during a weekend a weekly climate change protest outside the capitol building in Washington this time fellow Hollywood star Ted Danson was by her side and he was also arrested Fonda made it clear a few weeks ago that she plans on getting arrested as many times as it takes to get her point across that she can no longer stand by and let elected officials ignored empower the industries that are destroying the planet for
Turns Out, Most Men Don't Know A Thing About Their Prostate
"Today's episode is about Prostate Cancer Awareness to kind of commemorate prostate it prostate cancer awareness month which is September my friend. Alana Austrian wrote to me about a month ago. She said Hey can you do something for September just to kind of talk about this. I work at Zero Cancer. Dot Org and we focus on educating people about the disease so she sent me some facts so I'm going to read this paragraph. It's most commonly diagnosed cancer among young American men and one of the leading causes of cancer deaths among men every seventeen minutes an American male dies from prostate cancer. That's a little more than eighty six deaths per day and thirty one thousand six hundred twenty this year alone that's enough to fill an entire baseball stadium worth of guys so get informed and play along with ten questions on prostate cancer in popular media written by Alana and her group and check out zero cancer dot org. If you want more info on this 'cause enjoy today's episode enjoy the Trivia and check out that website. We're going to jump into those ten questions right now. Here we go. It's all right here. Are Your ten questions. On prostate cancer related mentions in pop culture has written by Alana Ostrich and she said many of your favorite actors and authors have portrayed or written about characters that have struggled with prostate cancer in popular media on September being prostate cancer awareness month quiz your knowledge in today's episode and learn about the real life risks of prostate cancer and zero cancer dot org or by searching Hashtag and prostate cancer sir on social media. Here's the first question number one in Nineteen ninety-four movie did Robert Duvall Star is a newspaper editor who gets diagnosed with prostate tanzer number one. What was that Nineteen ninety-four movie with Robert Duvall as a newspaper editor who gets diagnosed with prostate cancer number one question number two in what Popular Medical Sitcom of the two thousands did Elizabeth banks have recurring guest role as a urologist list number two in what Popular Medical Sitcom of the two thousands did Elizabeth banks have a recurring guest role as urologist number two question number three in what Golden Globe winning net flicks series does Danny Devito play according to the AARP AARP A chipper urologist number three in what Golden Globe winning Netflix original series Danny Devito play according to the Aarp a chipper shipper urologist number three number four what Hbo Comedy Series did Ted Danson's character. d'Or of George have prostate cancer number four in what HBO Comedy Series Did Ted Danson's character of George have prostate cancer number four question number five what beloved character story line on NYPD blue includes a serious battle with prostate cancer that much to the relief fans he survived. What was that character's storyline number five. Who was the character rather question number six. What iconic comedian starred in a one man stage play titled a man in his prostate number six iconic comedic actor starred in a one man stage play titled a man and his prostate number six question number seven? Nathan Zuckerman a recurring character in several Philip Roth works battles prostate cancer in what book by Roth Number Seven Nathan Zuckerman a recurring character in several Philip Roth works battles prostate cancer in what Book Bad Roth number seven question number eight what nineteen seventy five western by Glendon swore without which the following year turned to a Western film starring John Wayne in his final film role features protagonist j books as an editorial gunman who also learns he has prostate cancer number eight what nine hundred seventy five western by Glendon swath out which the following year was turned into a Western film starring John Wayne in his final film role features protagonist Agnes J books as a notorious gunman learns he has prostate cancer number eight and question number nine which book in a four part series by Richard Ford features ends with the character Frank Bascom and his wife Sally flying to the Mayo Clinic due to his prostate cancer diagnosis. I think the word ends should be scenes now that I'm reading it number for nine which book in a four part series by Richard Ford features scenes with the character Frank Bascom and his wife Sally flying to the Mayo Clinic due to his prostate cancer diagnosis. He's in number hand the last question of the quiz in episode two of the beloved ninety Sitcom Northern Exposure which character tells the town's new doctor that in terms of his medical condition condition. Everything's under control. It's just a little prostate cancer number ten in episode two of the beloved ninety Sitcom Northern Exposure which character tells the town's new doctor that in terms of his medical condition. Everything's under control. It's just a little prostate cancer serve number ten those your questions for today's quiz. Some are easy summer tougher. Let's see how many you got right out of ten in just the second all right here. The answers to the quiz on prostate cancer related questions number one in one thousand nine hundred four movie did Robert Duvall Stars and newspaper newspaper editor who gets diagnosed with prostate cancer that was called the paper. I remember that movie. I've never seen it number. One the paper question number two and what Popular Medical Sitcom of the two thousand did Elizabeth banks have recurring guest role as a urologist. This is one of the only ones I definitely would have got in. Its scrubs if I'm not mistaken. Jd has a baby with her but maybe it's somebody else but I think it's her number two number three and Golden Globe winning Netflix original series does Danny de Vito play according to the AARP a chipper shipper urologist that is the Kaminsky method saw trailer for that but I don't know much about it the Kaminsky method number four and what Hbo Comedy Series Did Ted Dancing Scherzer of George have prostate cancer. I only know one. Hbo Show He's been on besides curb your enthusiasm and that is bored to death which is the answer here bored to Death Zach Galifianakis the Jason Schwartzman. I think around that to number five what beloved character storyline. NYPD BLUE NYPD blue includes a serious battle with prostate cancer cancer that he survived detective later Sergeant Andy Sipowicz played by Dennis Franz number six what I kind of comedian starred in a one man stage play called a man in his his prostate that was the lead voice of Carl Frederick Sin from up Ed Asner at Asner number seven Nathan Zuckerman a recurring character in several Philip Wrath works battles prostate cancer in what book by Roth it's called Exit Ghost Exit Ghost number eight one thousand nine hundred seventy five western by Glendon unsworth out which the following year was turned into a Western film starring John Wayne in his final film role features protagonist Jabe books as notorious gunman who learns about his diagnosis of prostate cancer cancer. That's called the shooter. I I've heard of it. The shoot EST number nine. Two questions left in this answer session which book in a four part series by Richard Ford features scenes with the character Frank Baskin his wife Sally flying to the Mayo Clinic due to his prostate cancer diagnosis. That's called the lay of the land. The lay of the land and number attended episodes of northern exposure which character says everything's under control just a little prostate cancer. That's on coup A. N. K. U. Ungku those are your questions fanned answers for the episode hope. He had fun playing along with those.
Jennifer Hudson, Taylor Swift come out to play in 'Cats' movie trailer
"List is available at the my top my talk app because were everything entertainment and we wanna give you some of those nominations right now I'll give you a couple highlights I you can get the full list just got pushed out on our my talk app if you don't already have it down on what you waiting for but if you do open up check it out see if yourself some that stood out to me lead actor in a comedy that run you'll be happy to know the Ted Danson nominate our place which we quite like a lead actress in a comedy now this is kind of loosely using comedy certainly a dark comedy but Christina Applegate for dead to me wonderful yeah yes very good that's our best work yet in my opinion gets it Jason Bateman gets a a lead actor in a drama series nomination for Zardari let's see here lead actress in a drama series I'm just picking one that stands out that we have known let's go with viola Davis a real power player there with how to get away with murder she just I've only watched half of a season of that she's quite intense on that show evidently critics quite enjoy her can we do a comedy series yeah we'll just we'll give you a few of them I year like flea bag that's nominated Ryan likes berry that needed in the marvelous Mrs Maisel of course it's gonna win wins every Steve likes the good plays that nominated as well among others high drama series game of thrones of course Ryan you like killing eve is great Steve you like this is us leads nominated I dabble in better call Saul and then there are some others in there as well and again you can check out the full list the competition program has an interesting one a lot of mainstays the amazing race America's got talent American ninja warrior a RuPaul's drag race top chef the voice how about this though the dark horse nailed it the cooking fail to should show all the slicks no got an odd yeah very fun that's incredible our show a Chernobyl Donna got a not for outstanding limited series so good on my gosh is that good and remember stranger things not up for grabs here because of its release date SO two handmaid's tale and I believe the same would be set for big little lies Laos outstanding supporting actress in a drama series game of thrones got four well for this four of the six well willing Chris stealing hiti Sophie Turner Maisie Williams wow if you own a shop in killing even Julie Julia garner from Ozark hole my goodness yeah sounds good it there's so many good shows out there this is going to be a really competitive shell could be anybody's anybody's when right the true yeah hi Steve you can leave us now I got to go got what would you do that's more important in your job my other job video of the blame I've been sent on a mission double a double story blame the the that soccer Cup the gold Cup the World Cup the women's soccer no no no he was playing US land soccer are you talking about the sports center yeah but there is a they have a big thing but guys listen I'm gonna go do soccer tricks with kids up to compete in the skills competition and then I'm gonna jump in a giant bowl of cereal we're just gonna have to stay tuned into in cities live at three five net will be on today yeah now it'll it'll be out later this week you know what have a good time nice to see that yes I want you to have fun with the children thanks that's not to say that I'm not irritated because I am really don't see a he was gonna leave when we come back and he Canadians in cars getting coffee we would buy kicked off a new season with Jerry Seinfeld one of our favorites Ricky Jr vase is gonna be a guest will will sample that tell a promo for the show when we come right back on my talk one is seven one everything entertainment hang out
Tina Fey, Ted Danson Comedy Series Ordered at NBC
"NBC just gave a series order to a currently untitled series created by Tina fey and Robert Carlock starring Ted Danson as a wealthy businessman who is unexpectedly elected mayor of Los Angeles there's currently no time frame or episode count for the series but NBC is apparently so confident in it that it gets to go straight to series for NBC the series is about a wealthy businessman runs for mayor of Los Angeles for all the wrong reasons once he wins he has to figure out what he stands for gain the respect of his staff I connect with his teenage daughter all while controlling the coyote population this is incredible it's gonna be so great I mean those are the things are on the mind of an LA mayor everywhere this is gonna be great the show has been worked for over a year and was written specifically for Ted Danson what what a career for Ted Danson they have already announced that this will be the final season of the good place and so he already has his next thing it's right there at home for him on NBC he's a nice guy too I think he's a nice person and people like working with yes oh goodness who who did I hear a podcast with darn it I can't remember if it was off camera with Sam Jones perhaps a long form podcast interview with him and he is he's just you just want to talk to yeah I
First Look At Tarantino's New Film, 'Once Upon A Time In Hollywood'
"Probably a good time to get into detail about how all of these potential contenders are selling themselves to us all of them fairly early. I think the the first big one that we haven't talked about last week was once upon a time in Hollywood. So that your little premiered right after we recorded our episode. We're kind of talking about posters in the photos of land Caprio and kind of like a hairspray ask set and the trailer came out with basically a lot of that this movie's coming out the July from Quinton Tarantino is obviously got like a ton of recognition around. It. Do we like the trailer sold us anymore on already differently on what went and Tarantino trying to do with Charles Manson story. I mean, I don't really know what the movie's about based on that. Right. Is it a Charles? I mean, like, I know Charles Manson will be Jason, but like to be laying a terribly famous actor on justified mother TV stuff. So I don't know what that means. There's a weird joke right at the top of the trailer that I'm like are. They friends Brad Pitt and. That's a weird thing to lead with you know, if it's and then Margaritas doing dancing around sharing Tao's Danson, Leo Stanley and dancing. It looks meat. I mean, I know it's about Charles Manson so clearly violence is on its way. But it looks like it's not about people shooting each other necessarily unlike a lot of Quentin Tarantino movies. So I don't I'm intrigued, but I'm also a little tired. Yes. A lot of Quentin Tarantino movies when it come down the pike. You're like, okay. Can I handle this? Quintin movies. Usually the trailers usually really lead with premise like kill belt. His very like, here's what's happening. Here's what she's trying to the hateful eight was all, you know. It's like we put all these guys in a room and they're going to they're going to face off. And this trailer is like sixties Hollywood. And we have movie stars. That's it. There's no real plot talk. I mean, we know it's about a movie starring stunt, man. I guess right now, not even he's like an actor is not a movie star. He's like he's on the right, exactly. No, no, no, you go ahead. I mean, and then Margot Robbie who the they're not saying, she's playing Sharon Tate. But we've read right, right? Like is sort of just like doing some gogo dancing like isolated from that. We don't see them interacting. We don't see anything. Yeah. Which is fine. The Teas. ts. Big question Mark about it is the if it is about the murders. Like Sharon Tate was quite pregnant when the Manson murders happens like eight eight eight months in Monterey Bay is distinctly not at least in the finishes. And the trailers there's some like talk that maybe she will be at some point in the movie. So like, there's there's a couple of possibilities that came out of the sailor one is that it takes place over a long period of time.
Red Dead Redemption 2 sells massive 23 million copies, but Take-Two stock still falls 13%
"Let's talk a little bit. More about gaming companies earnings, and why epic Games's Danson. Yeah. They are dancing fortnight is ruining the stock market for game companies. That is for instance, take two interactive beat analytics earth is me analysts estimates, thanks to red dead, redemption too. But it's forecast for coming quarters well below expectations in part because of worries about you guessed it, the big word fortnight EA reported revenue of one point six one billion for the quarter missing an estimate of one point seven billion, and he attributed that decline to three things they say a million fewer sales of battlefield five than expected that did underperform. They also had a drop in mobile gaming revenue which has been a strong point your EA for the last few years. So that was a bit of a surprise. And of course, fortnight the big effort activision blizzard stock even took a hit. And it didn't announce any earnings EA confirmed that battlefield vise battle royale. Mode health firestorm will. Still launch in March launched later than the game
"danson" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"But if when Ted Danson got nominated for an Oscar that he did and Oscar, because because he he's exactly Ted Danson he'll give Ted Danson in EMMY, he'll attorney. If you give spaghetti, it turns into, but we should talk about teddy. We should talk about spaghetti, but he. Here too. But anyway, when he got nominated for an EMMY, I did have that feeling robes like, oh, we do this again. We we'll probably get another season now. That's thirty nine. Yeah, I'm thirty nine and I was like, that's what it means. That's why you're and I talk about one scoop. One big scoop for old PD. I go. Like if I won, I would say the award means we get to keep making show. You know what I mean? I do that. Yeah, I do that. So I don't know if that's manifesting, but I sure do like what's the harm, dad rubbing my shoulders. My dad rubs your shoulder. Does he calls you? The king of Rome behind Oh, sled gives. gives me a full Winslet Winslet tied Tam. You're the world. Titanium. Back he wrote down Ted teddy is, you know him never met him. He's the best I've heard is the best. He so wonderful. I quote teddy all the time, but he's I say, it onset all the time maybe more than any. Okay. I was just going to say one big scoop if you think to tell them you don't have to. I will. Let's all let's throw me off a break. The British. Only to say, I say acting embarrassing. Oh, yeah, which is what he said. He does any says it still? Yes, totally. That's to me. And I want to hear what you think the main thing of getting over. Is that it's embarrassing? Yeah. Even if you're in a bar, this is what I feel like people don't understand if you're in a scene in a movie or TV show, and it's a loud bar on the day. Dead quiet. Yes, it's so quiet..
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"Hi. And advice. Podcast, brother, rebe that rated statement not meant literally blows up seven, hyper hyperbole. Another one another. What another episode of hyperbole podcast. Yeah, boy. Here we go. Welcome to our advice. Comedy podcast, where we give you advice in comedy. My name is Stephan. Also podcast has my name's Anthony. May was crying. Anyway, welcome to hyperbole. You have Stephan and Anthony here to provide you pump you full of Sweden advice and started and chock-full laughs for you to munch on during our time together that we appreciate so much. I know that we got pretty raunchy last episode was, so we're going to try and we got filthy and we're gonna squeak ourselves, clean. So we're going to, we're going to clean off that. What are we gonna diarrhea de could. We're gonna make it clean. Lean squeaky. Woman, it'll be cleaner. Also. I don't know if anybody else's excited as I am, but bachelor in paradise started. So on the bachelor impaired, I'm really excited. Yeah, they have. They have some really interesting folks from the past seasons. I think they put Hillary Clinton in there. I'm Hillary Clinton. Autumn put even hawking, would you sorry? I mean, she also talks a robot modulators. That's fair. Bernie Sanders is also on there. So hopefully hopefully he does not feel the burn because it is a very high temperature out there in Puerto Vallarta wherever they are, and they also put DJ Calot on there. I know he is actually heavily married with child, but. He's out there for another one. Does he really there? No, he's not. I dunno DJ. He is quite. They break up and he's just like another Lauren paradise. Another one. So I just wanna share some some lovely lovely words, some rumbling. Some roughly words that I've heard and phrases that I've heard about paradise one, bachelor in paradise. Bachelor from paradise. Okay. I don't know. I don't know the proper prepositions, but one of the things that I heard from one bro to another is Chris is going to receive Connors, sloppy, Saguntum. News. I think is a work of art. Lobby Saguntum. Just think about that for a second, let it marinate, the hurts my soul and your brain. But now for too long because you might want to take the next sharp object closest to. Yeah, you might have an aneurysm marination. Yeah. So they're sloppy pseudoscience, which I have now incorporating into my vocabulary. Never say that. And. Some Bros. we're having some drama and one of them said, all right, guys. Let's all dress. The white elephant in the room. You all got gifts and didn't tell me. He'd sons adventures. You're saying that Suzy had CONNER, but CONNER had Melissa. No, that's the secret Santa. What's the white elephant? That's the one where you put the gifts in the middle and you. Steel. Oh, no, that's my fucking decorative fountain Britney. Fucking maybe I misheard maybe it was. Maybe they said, let's address the secret Santa. Okay, much more relevant phrase. Yes, exactly. But we're really excited because we just want everybody to find love. That's the purpose of this podcast is for sloppy. So if you if you sloppy Gouda can also be a way of finding love. It's like finding a half eaten cheeseburger in a trash can. It's still good, edible, delicious. So horrible compare. So I don't know if if everybody has gotten the the, what is the under the undertone of the podcast or the clear message of we just want you to find love, which is why we launched this comedy advice podcast, but that's what we want. So as we as we keep this in mind, we're going to get into the really, really the sustenance of this pilot.
"danson" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"He takes it right up to that point and doesn't write the dialogue, but there's very specific things that he knows he has. They hit. Yes. What do you think curb showed other people in the industry about you? Because there's a few things that I would imagine it seems like fact that you're willing to laugh at yourself or make fun of yourself. The fact that you'll play a part of any size if it's. Contributing something to a project, maybe even other things. What do you think it told people value? I think there's a Tien between Kirby enthusiasm for me and damages. Which was well if I could jump ahead a little bit to damage right before the week before we shot that Glenn and Todd and Daniel, the writers came to me and set. I know it's going to sound strange, but would you mind going to are acting coach? It was like, oh, Lord, they think I suck. But I'm smart enough to say yes, and his name was Harold. Gus can and he is he's passed on, but he was an amazing acting coach, you know, a lot of Glenn had conned him and, and so she was all favorites that you'll really enjoy it or whatever off I went and he had me read something, you know, from the script, any went, okay. You know, you know, thirty seconds. Okay. I can tell you a really nice actor. I know that when I give you this paragraph to say that you were going to say all of it because you are really nice actor, you know, and it was like, you need to start adopting this. You know. Oh, maybe I'm going to say the rest of this and maybe I'm not maybe this thoughts. The last thing I'm gonna say, because the rest the stupid is that because it was consistent with this guy Arthur, it was definitely in with a sociopath who thought he was the big guy, tough guy, but also true. I'd become a nice actress because sitcoms comedy has a metronome going. It's a dance step and so you, you do need to hit the Mark. You do need to stay and you know, keep the melody going, which means you don't get that and dull Geant. I'll go anywhere do anything that I or Ganic feel and fuck you, you know, which is interesting. Right, really interesting to watch was last time you've done and curb had that too. So. Okay. Curb had that too, because you're making it up. You had free reign kind of, you know to say anything that came to your mind and my and my job. Was Ted Danson's job and curb your enthusiasm is to push Larry David further and further into a corner. So when he explodes his unbearably Larry, right, right. So both those shows kind of freed me up to. It's not that I do it all the time, but I need to always remind myself. Yeah, and and just to know further about the damages aspect, this was twenty three episodes. I think he did over a period of spanning two thousand seven through two thousand ten, very acclaimed Sean, FX New York Times wrote about you quote. He has always been a master of the smug smile entitled gesture, close quote, but they said that you use that in a fascinating way where in subverting it well, actually want quote, you said, quote by hiring me for fro share, you present the audience with all of my baggage which is, hey, it's good old. Nice, sweet. Ted, we'll make a smile. Then Ted jumps into an Escalade with. Until somebody to the. Let's I mean, part of this is we'd never really seen you as a bad guy like Sam wasn't perfect, but he was not a bad guy. Is that fun to get the play? It is and you know, I mean, you shouldn't come from chairs and decide to play at Hitler. This show you range, but well, the about the incestuous other that was, but you know, it's what it is really good writing because the head you do things. I mean, literally right now in the middle of interview through the rest of my lot in your finished as you pissed me off, I would be forever different. There is what I did. So if you have characters doing things like jumping in the back of Escalade, your forever different right now, and you're all of a sudden a little scary because you don't know where good old Ted we'll go..
"danson" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"But you've said, and I thought this was really interesting. This another quote, I wanna read back to you, quote, chairs, and Becker were great, but I hung onto that style longer than I should have. I felt like I'd stayed at the party too long. Close quote. What do you mean by that? Do you think it was the didn't happen? Right at Becker. I thought Becker was kind of amazing in that it had such a strong voice. You know, somebody loves and cares for humanity, but hates the way people are doing it, you know, and wants to yell at everybody for being an idiot, his that tough character to carry. But I loved it was such a different voice than Sam alone. I love Dave Hackel who created it as a friend today. So it wasn't so much that it was did something after that. The didn't quite work, wonderful writers, but it just didn't work partly because I think we're trying to do a version of Ted. There was ten years younger, you know, and we didn't fit anymore. And that's when I kind of went. I'm not funny to myself, you know, other people are doing a way better than I am. I'm. I'm not going to do this anymore. I'm going to go back to movies. I'll do this call my friend, Jeffrey Katzenberg said, put me in anything you have to pay me. I don't care, which is how I ended up in saving private, which was just a couple of days work, but it was. So that's what I thought. And then two things happen. Larry, David being part of that right where it was just so playful and different that it just tickled me, you know. So I started to have a laugh again about going to work and damages, yes, images was just astounding from me. So I with with curb your enthusiasm which has been now going for like seventeen eighteen years to the span of it into two thousand seventeen. I guess we're the most recent episodes you knew. Larry, just actually genuinely on a personal level before because people see this, your playing. Danson, but I don't think they quite know what's real and what's not. I know that even when more recently they had marry to poor st-. I got some concerns to say you guys. All right. Tell me it's not true, and we'd had dinner with them the month before very television. Czar. Yeah, we met Larry and Laurie. His then wife back in about a year. I think before he shot the pilot and I actually remember sitting there watching it going on this sucks, but he was such a nice guy and hey, Larry, if you ever need us to player selves would be happy to whatever to be supportive the favor. Yes, totally, you know, and he'd change my light, you know, and it's fun because it's largely improvise. Well, it's improvised like he spends four months by himself with a team of writers working on stuff and like any script, especially comedy, you, you break down, you know the arc of the show season than the arcs of the episodes, and then each scene and then each beaten every scene. So that when you hand into one of the riders and say, go right, the dialogue, it's basically written..
"danson" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Because he, he saw what everybody else it was that it worked. It worked. I just didn't quite understand to prepare to play the part. I don't know if this would have been before after the pilot, but I read that you did go to bartending school or what was the value of that? Well, to learn how to mixed drinks to be somewhat familiar Bina bar. I took it very seriously and you know, for the first month or two, cheers, I would make, you know, these Manhattan's and grasshoppers, and all these bizarre drinks until I realized they'd give a damn, you know, they were shooting above my hands anyway most of the time. So they want the joke drink. Right? Right. So, you know, I ended up washing shot glasses, cutting limes, lemons importing beers. That's funny. Once the show got on the air, how quickly and what ways did fame impasse. Your life like you had not really been? I don't actually. You've been in things that people saw a, you're now at different level? Yes, television does do that. Especially back then it was the amount of people that would watch a network show. 'cause they're only really three network. Guess at that point may be FOX that it was astounding the number of people. So it was a little bit of rock and roll. I think the biggest difference was when we were syndicated the third year and all of a sudden we're everywhere all the time and it you literally can feel the energy when you walk out the door, even if you're looking at your shoes, you are on Sunday, yo, what's different, what's going on. I've always thought and I was I was lucky to, I think to realize this, you know, being celebrity is kind of like Nina, five-year-old in a room with all the adults looking at you, you can spin a kid. It out if every adults throws their focus on a little kid, they'll just bounce off the wall, and I realized that I needed to do something with that energy. And for me, it was deflecting it into ocean advocacy, which is a whole other story, but I kinda got that. I better do that. The other thing I got was you your host your host to everybody's memory of something funny that you apart of an, you know, you don't wanna disappoint folks so you, you host their memories. Well, as part of your job out world for the first two seasons of chairs, people may not remember this, but the ratings were visible. Oh, Dan, last one week I was gonna say this November of nineteen eighty two. I saw you guys sixty eighth of sixty. Shows one writer in the New York Times, I think looking back after you would turn it around wrote something that was pretty interesting. Just kind of outlining the reasons why it actually in some ways shouldn't have ever worked. And I just want to quote this back to you quote the series chose a bar setting. Just when the old fashioned neighborhood bars were disappearing from the urban landscape. It dab freely in sexual promiscuity just as aids was filtering into the national consciousness it featured some serious. Boozing just went twelve step alcohol reforms were becoming fashionable. And in Mr. Danson Simone, it offered a sex crazed male chauvinist just as feminist across the country were making middle gains close quote. So why do you think first of all that started off so poorly in the ratings? And then why do you think Brandon tartikoff NBC kept it on the air through that period. And then finally part three of this question, what the heck turn it around? Yeah, we used to. Credit, Brandon tartikoff or in granting grant tinker, definitely had the philosophy of higher, really bright creative people that you respect and then let them do their job. No micromanage people who are who have a pretty good handle on their what they're trying to Korean. So that was true..
"danson" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"We were married for five years, and then we separated, and then I got divorced. And then I met the mother. For my children, and I think there was a combination of not being able to get arrested in New York, you know, aside from the soaps? Yeah. I mean, theater wise, which is why you're in New York. I didn't seem to be doing that well and the the additions that I did get what excited me most something with a camera. But I also knew we were probably going to have kids and the idea of being west where my kind of roots are and where my comfort zone is felt right. So off we went. How'd you felt prepared for screen acting when that first start, I guess, with the soaps, or was that something that the value of the was learning how to do that? The value of the soaps was that I will never be scared again, like I was then it was the actors back then basic nightmare. You got the scripts the day before you were saying things that who. Similar than the things you said yesterday, but slightly different because it was basically like you remember how I came up into this room and we started this interview five minutes, you saying this? Yeah, you're talking to the audience and always trying to remind them. So it was an and there was no humor and it wasn't live, but it was right next door to live. You had like, let's say you had forty minutes for your half hour in the big mainframe computer at NBC. And if you miss that you were screwing. So it was live, you know? And so you must have learned how to I, we study, right. I don't know if I can pull any like really good thing out of experience than I will never be scared. Again. I was hired on Somerset to be the town Cockman who's this coming onto everybody. The very first scene I was playing with somebody who had been there for like a year or two years, and you know, very seasoned and and the. Night before I had my first kind of nervous breakdown, you know, in somebody said, take valium. So I took a value in me and valium don't get along. So I was just pouring broadcast news porn sheets of sweat face in the middle of this casual seduction at a restaurant, and the producer the soap went, and now let's make him the town sleaze. Turned all his friends into the mafia. Oh my God. I mean, it was great, and and just terrified. You knew that you you wanted to go on to other things. So I see the those TV series. I mentioned, sort of began to maybe overlap with the first films, the onion field as a detective in LA body. He as kind of geeky DA all of which is to kind of set up before we really get into how chairs cowb- out the idea that you Ted Danson would be either a baseball player or a guy who spent a lot of time at bars or a ladies men. None of those were really true, right? None literally, the scripts were brilliant. The shows were wonderful. The first Europe Gers, but I truly believe that it took me about a year and a half to understand Sam Malone and to have accumulated enough not air. Gance but confidence slash arrogance. I'm out, you know people voting on you soon as you're on TV and your blasted out into the universe. So part of you realize, oh, to hell with, you're not going to please everybody. And I started to develop a noth- of that confidence to play Sam Malone because picking up girls totally foreign to me bars, hopefully foreign to me. Well, let's just go over the basics of how Campbell I just to familiarize anyone who maybe was living in another country or something that they wouldn't have been able to see it anyway, it was everywhere, but just or if they came along afterwards, Sam, a Red Sox relief. Pitcher turn Boston-area bartender who also happens to be a bit of a shallow and vain ladies man. I think that's a fair shot. I'm not so sure and alcohol, recovering recovering alcoholic. And this was on NBC from nineteen eighty to nineteen ninety three. And I wanted to ask how you even came to the attention. Of the folks who ended up casting you. I saw you had appeared on one episode, I think of taxi..
"danson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Sports danson's see save gone has gone and the land is the old we'll see be a long then by.
Kendall Jenner Steps Out With Ben Simmons in Los Angeles Following Romance Reports
"Ever since takes had his long weekend in the hamptons like he's just been a different man well today you so busy do he's doing that yes you guys this is crazy the o is filming a commercial i don't know if it's like a tv commercial attention but i don't care the is going to be in it the okay and the call sheet says like if your dog is any special tricks like to be ready to do them and then like the dog doesn't special tricks time to is the oh had if you had to pay special trick that the does what would it be just being so cute like just presence is is a trick okay you know what i mean yeah it's it's trickery okay speaking of trickery while next up ben simmons this is the follow up to yesterday store ben simmons and kendall jenner fake date we'll now apparently ben simmons made fake cheated onto nasha with kendall jenner so after six exclusively revealed that the seventy sixers star ben simmons is dating kendall jenner the six foot ten rookie of the year candidate is being accused of striking up the romance with the supermodel before he broke up with ex singer tanatshai a source tool paychecks that simmons had been seen jennifer a few weeks for the sources tanaka sister she's being like there's month on instagram oh this they were spotted together new york last week in l a on tuesday but after our report tonight she's teen brother kutai catching guy way went ballistic on simmons on twitter alleging that the star only broke up with shan sunday and that he was cheating on her never met you before in my life after you break my sis heart you do this the brother who he's a player on the seventy sixers and he's six ten and page six doesn't want us to forget that part precious but like ofa who is not nausea you you know but like how did you give amos legit she's just one of those girls who's working her way up saying danson.
"danson" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"A wellrehearsed with this the white rabbit recognition almost wiens everything hey makes people feel good for millier clearly i know you or i wouldn't have giving at the beginning of course yeah very polished in i'm glad that he had yet to sink but mcdowell kid i saw the party with his his father who i would have like to introduce myself to beltway again malcolm mcdowell i'm going to say to them uh good job yeah good job unbelievable meant he was he was at the centre kind of british film when it made that amazing turn a lucky was it a lucky man lucky man and if artwork aren't lock or airlines and then like there's a long you know that you like he that's what he's recognize four for his life he's going to be the guy from clockwork orange he's doing a lot of work though he snubbed no no he's great yeah yeah you're right well that well that's what that's interesting about you man i mean he could it you could have been sam loan for the rest of your life but you're ted danson that's not easy do you know what i mean yeah no i was lucky i was lucky in that i found i was lucky enough beyond really good writer yes and if the writers make a story that is compelling and a character interesting then you can get out about typecast place you were can't i guess so he think that's what it is i mean it i think it's depends what what people's relationship is with that character and although that relationship was you know euro a like i would imagine it's it's it's uh like for the other guy for the secondary characters on that show the guys at the bar like they're always going to be those guys he has a went in there in the post manned guy way rug john via like the you know they never gonna disconnect and but for some reason though you were the center that thing you become ted dance well a little bit because mike characters job my job is an actor was to let the audience in i rise and suppose the bureau the portal yeah all right the portal and not the crazies amy i was you were they more saying you are the code you the codependence at the center of the whole thing yes my job was to love.
"danson" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"Sowed using spotify all right so mean ted hung out never met him before almost met him on the red carpet at the sag awards but instead took a picture of the back of his head and um posted on instagram because i'm an immature idiot but this is me and ted danson do in the thing doing the talking to each other thing oh oh that was series yoon gave siri uh uh i'll do wakeup call area yasser wake me and a half hour oh does that work now yet and it really does you can just do that via see there's so many things i don't know about anything by my phone and there's no way these are you you're not addicted that no i can't stop we're to the news and hurting myself but i mean i'm addicted in the sense that i need the update constantly on what's happening the world but in terms of the actually using it is something as a tool here you think you never know that stuff until you just told me i wouldn't have thought to do it but why not do it as poses set the clock of my fingers until someone teaches you anything you don't know how to use anything there's no manual for this shit in these singer so much smarter than us all of them they you don't know until someone goes oh you can just do that one thing guys doing nine things and now i i was always our way epa if a model airplane you how thing if you had to read the instructions zambia i was out i well yes sure yeah i mean i feel that way.
"danson" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"It's really the way to do it just take a couple of months in just chip away and that sort of what's happening here in the garage i'm just starting to box him stuff up on doing some recording while i do it and i'm having a motion will reactions to everything that i put in the boxes stem thought some stuff is going some stuff is out but it's been exciting it's been exciting doing all the work on the house that i should have done while i was living in it for my own happiness for whoever gets it you're right it was at the last minute a mic i can't do it today is monday and today on the show is um ted danson is here ted danson who i honestly my first real recollection of ted danson he right now he's in that day embassy show called the good place and they just finished up their second season you can watch episodes on demand and catch up with season one on netflixing if uh if you'd like but my first recollection of ted danson was in the movie bodyheat where he cast in dhs filmnoir with william hurt enriched ukraina and in ted danson plays the fucking dancing da and i remember seeing him in that movie just thinking like who is that guy and i love william hurt and dancing like just yet just was right just kinda held his own man in and i and then later of obvious we went on to cheers and everything else but he was a great film actor in that movie he was tremendous and i'm gonna talk to him about that on a welcome aboard a new sponsor today it's babble the number one selling language learning app in the world with fourteen different languages available including spanish french and german babbel's lessons are designed to get you speaking confidently in your new language and actually remembering what you learn i did not do that when i was in high school learn through interactive dialogues speech recognition and funding trainers in quizzes you'll be prepared for all kinds of practical situations like chatting with new friends ordering food asking for directions and more babbel's ten to fifteen minute bitesized.
"danson" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"Ted danson that makes sense he's in shmir enough commercials shamir an audio looming the aluminum do you want they want us drunk of course the brotherhood of the snake was eventually infiltrated by the draconian s aka the rep till liens in the whole thing was plitin reversed into a secret society that distorted knowledge instead of clearing it all up a run out of that rep chilean version of the brotherhood came freemasonry the rosa a crucial since the nights templer at the knights of malta the otas so yup oh who again what's tim plea orient is memory hung out with that oh teo guyana atlanta member the one that looks i bob from twin peaks yes yeah rao yeah was the best he's a lot of fun it's great nice guy go very much centred i have been scare on eyes greg and of course the always dependable luminosity came out of the brother the stake this there are many different versions of this story right was like the aloom this is the concept that the black nobility now where and bill cooper bill he says the black mobility are the people that are essentially the dirt direct descendants of jesus christ and so they have a lot of importance in various political and economic spheres and spit in terms of the idea of the new world order but according to david i the black nobility is what is also viewed as the the higherpowered hybrids between reptilian said human beings that were then put in place and very serious but bill cooper says that that day the wept killings lied to the aluminum saying that they were aliens in order to get more influence over them but actually the came from inside of the earth.
"danson" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Dance world although there are few ballerinas to have proved the exception to the rule for the most part even with football players you don't see for the most part people you know people age out just certain point already 35 you know skying over sure is there in over for this absolutely um you know i i'm thirty one now um you know i i've definitely don't feels good physically as i did when i was twenty one but i do have a lot more experience down i know how to do things much much better than i did when i was twenty one so there's a little bit of a trade off with um you know the the verb the of youth verses um you know wisdom inexperienced so i think normally around thirty five guys start to cut a should it in danson and a lot of sports sports but so do you have some master plan for your future i mean the you plan to be a broadcaster telling people about what's going on or or those spokesperson for some amazing sporting goods plans i would say i have anything but a master plan at this point i did three years a call it a thirty milliondollar here too early kid envy their head honcho the i don't know i i think after i get done racing you know i have to finish my degree what is wrong with that study liberal arts said dartmouth college so that the new hampshire so that'll be that'll be the first step in my master plan at least that gives me a little bit of wiggle room to kinda come up with a master plan owing quick commercial break back talking with andrew weicker why breakfast who is the chief olympia we'll be.
"danson" Discussed on TV Avalanche
"Was several seasons worth reboots all act together hilariously with lots of food bugs and that was great but now this just seems more durable and smarter and better yeah and i mean the the thing that jumped out of me this year i mean last season a lot of the individual pieces very good at dusk harden was great especially when she that's be badge in it which you know to go for being like even buttoned up almost robotic you know human alexa and then to get to play the opposite of that seemed like a lot of fun firm but this season everything he said about ted danson is extremely true and ted danson appears to be having a ball doing this which is really a lot of fun because ted danson is alleged he me he said danson an there was you know he was on csi for a little while he was on csi cider for a little while five an uber you don't watch and i watch these i siro because that's exactly the type of show i would watch and i remember watching it deke like nintendo danson arm of ted danson needs to be doing this like there was an episode i promise this is true where ted danson solved a murder by sprinking coffee grounds on the floor and having a room book clean them up okay and i'm watching our thinking like i'm like i think ted danson you know i wish there was a better vehicle for what ted danson can do and between this and what he's doing on curb this season it seems like ted danson his is having a moment again with ted danson get to have a hell of a lot of fun on television which is awesome.
"danson" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"So she's only in this one scene but she's great yeah she is great it's funny because it you know he he gets divorced from cheryl in the in the same year of his real life where he gets divorced from his wife lori um but in real life he's got kids yup right but whereas here like there's the really no reason for him to have any relationship with journal on the fact that i've been married for a long time because they don't have children mmhmm right so here comes ted danson and we find out the ted danson has been separated as we set up and uh jeff is polling larry away and then we see i ted danson left alone with cheryl and you and i are on the same page that we expect to see more from ted and cheryl do you wanna had a couple name for them chanson terrible terrible will do terrel that could be there coupled name what an interesting one of the more interesting ones the episode is as larry's walking away you see the you know the not larry perspective remember usually you're seeing everything from lairs perspective because documentarystyle and you know he's rarely not in a scene even and ted says that's the strangest man on the planet which link of course but it's weird that like we're getting that knowledge like it's interesting that everyone else realizes what we realise larry since a strange bird rights that like richard lewis has herokee december that bird yeah but i do think that we are starting to see you know that the of course like were ted danson cheryl going to bond over of you know what our weirdo larry is so jeff tells larry that all these producers are in on the fatwa musical they're very excited and larry let's jaffna no hey how much this betty charge you for a haircut she charged me one fifty larry is ripped off.
"danson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I met her danson through the gas iraq i held were tied and dans leur around the block reruns romans do the castlerock sheikh kiss kiss by our drip i was grozny grows god iraq through heaven though the castle iraq uruguay sobbed that may all anglo oh my god sampras guy three times day flavored gazza iraq i'll take my cell black the the gasol rogge oh gosh an on the glock iraq romance at iraq blair my lawn sheikh germans mark the laura wagner we've heard of performance cussin' rock cashew listing four seven three a.
"danson" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast
"An rather than going through that comedian type arc that you see in maria manfred show uh which is which is a little bit out there but also kind of fun it's a sitcom the it is sinner succumb come stuff single guy live in you know everybody's getting married or but he's having kids he's trying to do what he can as well as his kind of be it's really sort of life through the millennial viewpoint here really funny show check that one out and then when you see that and you see these newer sitcoms they get put jarnette flakes you hit stuff like cheers cheers as a veil on fox thinking catch on amazon prime as well as what you're going through and check and he's i like oh cheers as he had cheers min i haven't seen cheers in years don't mean to actually make that rymond seem like anything else from the overly tan ted danson has him alone go go back and watch this issue of that can watch verse view of this odes it is unbelievable how dark ted danson is in his show ed but it's it's it's always good to go back and read watch those cheers widely considered a by a lot of people that art of the friends camp to be probably the best sitcom that was ever on tv and you know a guy it also got frazier is a spinoff in frazier's also on there as well a lot of classics on there that you can go back and watch and really comparing the face of the new style sitcom as well as something like master of nine where it's not based in that old standard sitcom set up.
"danson" Discussed on About to Review
"Totally valid and live your truth but it it hit that thing it had something the made you feel that yes oh excellent cast they picked all the right people i thank and all of the choices were believable as well you're kind of like why wouldn't he get out earlier than than you know but he's got his lady friend there and he wants to make it work but thai awesome the good place who sinned the good place yet not starring kristen bell okay that is why i have not ted danson two people batir reasons why i have it yeah i mean honestly i agree with you on in bell she's not my favorite actress in the world but she's pretty funny in this is eyes to show or a movie it's a show on nbc okay i was watching it on hulu and the concept is kristen bell dis and she goes to the good place there's not really have and how there's the good place in the band place and there's an it's not a christian heaven it's you know all religions they say in this all religions got it about five percent right in their gas there's one guy in the '70s who got really high on mushrooms and his friend said what do you think happens when we die and he went on this big monologue where he got ninety two percent of it right in his picture is on the wall thing in in the lobby of this heaven place ito said they they're like yeah is pretty much a legend around here but anyway so she's in good place and uh she.