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S9 Ep 3: David Schwimmer

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S9 Ep 3: David Schwimmer

"Welcome to tatum has Lewis Spring. Doing press join us. Don't care maybe taken no but this is a bedroom. So they're insulate. Anyway we are at the Soho Hotel for lunch. We haven't done this before. We are getting room service because we are a hotel. However we have bought a little offering of Alex's banana bread that he met loss addicts magazine saving thank. You don't talents. And he's not in the best frame of mind when you mean 'cause giving up smoking ferociously eating those chocolate slauson avenue. He said all the pleasure and his life is gone. That's very saad so I told him to make banana bread he was and we have David Trimmer. Doing the PO- cost today. Still mom try to be respectful. Strunk it next donkey Kong. David Trimmer is in town to promote his new sky. Show called intelligence which he's the producers on and also stars with Nick Mohammed which is about a CIA agent coming working with. Am I five? I don't call them. My favorite would like g g something G. C. H. Q. Yeah Yeah so I'm not sure thing. Yeah GmbH cues the Central Intelligence. It's intelligence it's not spying so they listen in on things and they hack into computers and things like that so he's here doing a load of press. We're lucky he's deceased absolutely but yeah. I hope we can not all about David Trimmer. Food not going to bring up the holiday on the deal. I am not going to bring up the moist maker. Taxonomy skin get out now in the church to be getting out. He reported commits. Yeah obviously the tough questions and David Schwimmer coming up on tables. David Schwimmer. Welcome to table. Manners learn I hear your massive Foodie. So what does day in New York look like few with food my day would start with making coffee? I I like to grind means in the morning and do French Press. Mom's kind of Sanders. Bit Dodge. Just to then it's because my husband has about ten thousand different coffee paraphernalia and I'm looking at the moment. Said like she's rolling my son. This assist grinding coffee things going driving every every morning right on the French. Press Vietnamese thing that we got and he bought a new thing that from the state's I told him to hide it from me. I'm not that bonkers with it. I just have my ritual my routine their morning coffee Well right now. I'm into this place called gasoline alley. Which has the Rome bland and it's I think they work with Intelligencia. Lovely but it's Yeah so it's just like a medium rose usually and You know so. I'll go by the store all by few bags and every couple of days. So it's coffee coffee in the morning. And then my go-to breakfast would usually be either. I'll make a really like a good porridge. But it takes a while sold us. Mccann's Irish or meal which takes quite a bit of time And then I'll chop up a bunch of the fruit that I like put like fresh apples and maybe All bang-up some almonds. You know some roasted almonds all banged up. I'll put other Fruit or I'll make a fruit compote out of all just through a bunch of berry mixed berries and some dried fruit. I'll cut up some dates and prunes and apricots. And she'll come yeah. Boil Down with some Some water and it's it's INCR- no added sugar. The fruit is plenty. Plenty sweet saw. Do that eat healthy. He's on the pretty healthy. Yeah and then all or go to breakfast will be something really simple like toast with fresh almond butter or fresh peanut butter and blueberries on top the best thing about whole foods and they have there that you can just about every week from whole foods and you eat drink normal milk. Yeah I'll do. I don't mind other milk. I don't mind almond milk. Oat Milk but I I drink. Usually I drink normal mill. A regular not normal real hard hitting questions are asking for the stressful. But my other go to breakfast is either. One of those are all do Avocados. My own mashed avocado on toast. All the boys nine culpepper new New Yorkers actually. I'll do mostly breakfast. I like to eat a do or sometimes order in But I also have a daughter so all make stuff or you know. I'll make obviously make breakfast for her every day. Or dinner with her lunch. She has at school So I cook a bit but I'm not. I'm not a brilliant cooker and you go out to eat in the evenings. Were Everyman. I I do everything I mean I. Could you know like event some spots that you like? Somebody daughters favorites. That kind of she looks this restaurant called vix which I like a lot to. It's on Great Jones in downtown. And it's she likes the Pasta there and the salad. She's vegetarian self-declared Vegetarian. When did that happen when she was five? A while. Four or five. Yes she just said. I'm vegetarian from the film or a bit. I think I think she had been somewhere with her mum Where they were talking about Vegetarianism animal rights. And I think it just hit her Also I think she just developed a taste for she. She never really enjoyed eggs even you know she just she just didn't yeah. She wasn't the only her weakness still. Today is chicken nuggets chicken tenders. And I've gotten those four hundred. I baked those for her. Yeah so we brought up in New York. No My parents. New Yorkers My Mom's from Queens. My Dad's from Brooklyn. I was born in Queens but when I was very young my parents moved My sister and the whole family moved to L. A. New Yorkers to want to go to La. Well yeah they wanted to get out of the cold and the job. They had job opportunities as young lawyers so But I grew up in a you know in a Jewish culturally Jewish household and And going to temple and I had my Bar Mitzvah. Sir Was a university synagogue in La But it was good. I mean look I. I think it's a little I would say. It's I grappled with the idea that later in life that that as a thirteen year old boy. That was my passage into manhood. I just I think it's a little young and I also felt that it went you know. Well I learned all my lines. I understood my torp. You know I knew I understood everything but it didn't have the meaning that I think it would as an older Older young man. The passage is to the presence. Like Alex. My brother's Bar Mitzvah gift. It wasn't even a gift list but like the presence. He got was incredible. That's what left the the worst taste in my mouth about the whole thing. Is You know at that age. It's just about a party and so it's a deal like what kid isn't GonNa say y'all memorize all this if I get a big party and presence and checks from relatives of course and I think something's really lost in the I think causes quite serious as well. He's we will vomiting in the toilets mumbling. That was a party all dying the singing. He leaned he sung the whole so he could get drunk and now Mommy. He was so drunk. Okay fine but we had an ice sculpture. Yes We de Questionable Beli. We had dogs so yeah so we did kind of a blonde woman. Yeah who had a dagger in her mouth? A name was drawn. Not Very exotic fun. Theme mine was magic. Magicians I had chocolate. White rabbits tables Dole to listen. I mean let's get real I I mean I don't feel like it. I think it's quite different. It's evolved into something that I think. Parents feel the pressure. The PEER PRESSURE TO COMPETE WITH. You know the rest of the synagogue the rest of the congregation of the rest of the parents of the community To throw the Great Party and I think a lot is lost on the kids. I think it's a missed opportunity. You do Bat Mitzvah key thing. I don't think so. I'm not observant in that way. And that's a personal decision. I wouldn't kind of Insist on her doing that without her understanding What it is if she wants as as a grown woman as an adult woman once she's educated and informed it's her decision and that's how it I think it should be. That's actually on having just because my husband's not Jewish and I feel like it's a very important part to my upbringing but I was too busy apparently at thirteen going Joe to do do the religious so you never want to be able to understand. If I'm going to do Amoco at them I want to be able to kind of give the knowledge to explain about Hanukkah or give like you could do that. You could educate without having that guilt that you may be the party. I know we can have a magic themed awning to the White Rabbit and so growing up in your household. Wear who cooked my mom. This is great. Okay I'm glad we're talking about this. I my mom. My Mom's a great cook. A lot of the New York. Jewish cultural dishes were passed on to her and she passed them on to us. My favorite dish. My Mom's is her brisket our brisket. She gribben issued. You know everything. Well it's like chicken fat burning. Cook it down fried with Onion Hitler and you put it. Usually in Thanksgiving stuffing would have gribben liver. It would have chicken fat. It would And she would also do great potato pancakes. Lakas and so. I grew up with a lot of that my her mother. I remember made cheddar cheese and pickle. Sandwiches this is this is like You know the New York traditional Jewish kind of you know up fair. Yeah my mom now is bubby to my daughter. She's And my dad's OPA to my daughter Yeah so it's you know Eastern European family out in eastern Europe Poland or Poland no Poland Austria France. Those are you know my my grandparents and great grandparents Yeah Austria Hungary. And Yeah you have to fill fish chop through fried or boiled low boil. Ou know I know I never enjoyed it but shop? Some fries bachelor. Yeah trump liberal with onions liver. It's funny we've we've presented that too many a goalie on the on the when we've cooked for them and they kind of look at your level like that petrified felt like and then when you eat it so delicious delicious someone that has some. Clinton opponent. I don't know I don't know whether it's just pickled herring. Yeah so do you let your muscles light or heavy heavy and dense. They shouldn't yeah. Do you make multiple. No I have done with my mom. I don't make them regularly due to never have chicken soup amount. Suppose could show of course we'll go to. She doesn't know that she's she likes chicken soup. Broth sometimes yeah so okay. So she has had people all year. Okay thank God for. She likes chicken soup. But you live predominantly in New York. That's unusual if you're in the film. Tv business will no well. It's pretty equally divided. I guess more and more people are probably based in Los Angeles and California. I've never felt California was from me even though I lived there and work there a great deal and when we you know we shopped the series friends in California but as soon as it was coming to an end I I really was making plans to move to New York also spent a lot of time in Chicago where I went to UNI and have a theater company and still to this day in Chicago. So I'm I'm back and forth. There are a lot. I've always felt more of a big city. Energy Was something I prefer will. Yeah and my parents. Every year. We'd make several trips back to New York to see all our relatives all my aunts and uncles and grandparents. And then my mom grew up going to the theater so We would pack. We would go to New York for maybe five or six days and see a play or two a day and we just like blasts through a lot of theater musical theater so I grew up. You know going into the theater saying I can act. My way through a salon has not been a musical. I've heard musical sawyer should know up professionally in at college like if there was one role in musical theater. Would you choose? Which one would I choose. Oh if I could see if you could saying oh my gosh I mean. There's so many beautiful beautiful roles and and Um Sky masterson I mean it's funny because I played Moon Face Martin And ANYTHING GOES I. I can see that misogyny Sung wasn't like the actress. They rely on a sales. But I love how my mom brings it back to her a company. You're doing the moment in Chicago right. Now we We do more predominantly original work Or original adaptations of classics So what we're a play that is about is in rehearsal right now is written by one of our younger ensemble members. African American woman who also incredibly talented Director and actress. She's she's directing her own play. It's about one in the mayor's in Chicago. The first woman mayor who famously took time to live in one of the worst Housing projects in the city On principle she decided to live there herself as mayor And it's about that that chapter in Chicago's history. Your how long was she a successful match? She was she worked. Because it's funny because my sister's an actress and she was in this TV show boss and it was about. Yeah but yeah it's funny Chicago. Yeah sounds like a good insight. Isn't that the Obama started down. Yeah Yeah in fact. Their daughters were part of our theater. Companies younger thought solvable. Yeah so you spend your time. I mean you're promoting intelligence at the moment here and then you filming here so do that then you live in New York. The new I mean you sound like you're everywhere or trouble trouble quite a bit but home is New York and I try to do since I've since my daughter's you know he been here. I I really prioritize that chap this chapter of my life is really about my daughter and not just for her for me too. I mean I genuinely think it's the most meaningful part of my life. Is You know this time with her So I've limited my other travel because I want to be with her as much as possible and I'm very grateful that sky and expectation who the production company when it comes to shooting intelligence it they really let me dictate the schedule. So that it's really mostly over the summer which is during her school break so she can be here came every so yeah so she's here during shooting And Luckily her mum's abridged so she's got eight eight cousins her age and here. She's got all her aunts and uncles On her mom side are here so she has a great time. She is another family here. So but yeah I spend time going to see my parents who are still in L. A. And my sister and her husband in La or working here and mostly indoor. We was ask what their last meal would be. So whether that's philosopher d'etre male and it's a start in Maine purred with a drink of choice if you're going on a desert island for a year. Maybe because I hate that. He can be whatever you want. It makes you feel really weird. Death-row could you wouldn't eat view GONNA die. I don't think I don't know who would. Maybe you know they've cut burn. They don't give you the special request anymore in some of the states. So it is. Let me go to hold it. That's a bummer. Cutting so mullah think about that. You can come. You know you'll you'll going on the desert on them for years so I got to take something with you in your head or my last meal before I go to the island. Don't twist yeah. Yeah Yeah I think it would it would. It would be a big meal because I want some of my all my faves but I think a really good Do you pronounce it. Fill it stake. Purchase really good filet with I think some Broccoli with olive oil and garlic some really good crispy. Thick cut chips in some way you guys stake in. Yeah exactly is an amazing place in the East village called Lucienne. It's a French kind of Bistro and they do an amazing stick up wall and that's what I would also do a really good chop salad start. I Love Trumps Brady. Well that's too bad. Yeah well you should open a restaurant now nine yeah so case potentially get it from. Lucian your your stake that Chops Salad. I can have chopped salad as well. So it's an in addition that's going to be a starter right. No that would be my store. Just think it's just didn't if it's very good also with really good. Fresh baked bread and butter with the Salads. Salted unsalted Alec Salted. Yeah this is really important tonight. Yeah and then putting a desert. Sorry you must know all these leads to impressed by the way. I'm not finished with my main. Got A side of I think like a really good Pasta Homicide Alec. So where are you getting the pastor from? Well I'm thinking no no. I was thinking. This place Pascal Jones which is an Italian place Downtown or ill Malino. I'd do a really good so probably like a cut chan pepe for really sample but really good. So where's your favorite catcher then in New York because we are in search of the greatest catcher talks about it for the Last Supper? It's say I mean I like the one that vix alike and Pascal Jones is really good one An ill Molina. I mean they're all good. I don't know if I'd pick a favorite and attempted to make yourself go because Simeon Nosrat. You'd you know the Food Writer? She did eat salt he asses. She's a maintenance and we did a New York series. We had turned. She's just the mice charming run for president sheaves talking about catcher. And actually it's really. I mean I bet mine is arguably you use some of the water of the pastor to multiply most by the butter cheese butter but you kind of used up so nicely and it's really quite simple anyway. Okay so what else is it. Just a you want putting you sure you like cheese cheese cruise. Well there's a lot of cheese in the Kutch okay but I do love cheese cheese. I like I like a Gouda. I really like a Gouda Cheese. Well it's not my dad what joy darling might be quite exotic. If you're in the store they sorry. To Shit on your. There's some really maybe an age Gutu Darling it's delicious. She doesn't add. I mean I'm talking. Wouldn't just have that. I'm talking about a book What is it across? No you didn't hear the whole night didn't trustee it's reliable but it's not going to be like a show but it's nice and nutty if you shake comes we notice. Checa. Okay good across having like a truffle. Infused pechory no. Have you ever had great thumbs up over there? I don't know how you guys eat cheese but I need crackers like good crackers not i. Don't mind the occasional sweet biscuit with it to not not this meeting cookie but you know that kind of your digestive digestive Raham crackers. No but I am carcass Graham crackers. Yeah that's a little sweeter digestive with something process when you ask for a blue or roque for still right anyway so but I like a good cracker. Oh cheese. I like an appetizer now. Or do you have time? I European cheese. I would do it for dessert. Import K. Or what she'll best red wine. I like shuten the pop. I mean. That's I kind of like Apple. Yeah and I. I like that kind of big bright juicy desert dessert I. I like different desserts. It really depends on my mood. I mean I like your sticky. Toffee pudding opted any angler anglophile light. You know about no. I need mom I right now. My neighbor clotted cream. No no tricked your entire lives so once you've been seriously dude. Yes I know saying. Have you ever tried it with cheese? I tried it once and that was enough. Why don't you try it with cheese and a bit of you're not butter okay and then come to assure you? I won't do that moment. Darling you either love it. We hate elite chicken liver chop liver fan alike. I don't mind it occasionally but I'm not I don't eat regularly anyway No I liked a really good piece of fresh pie. Apple Pie. Apple Pie is not my favorite cherry. That's not my favorite is Taupe charades sh- right strawberry rhubarb. Oh nation really missing out Strawberry Rhubarb Pie. Because it's it's sweet and Tart mixing strawberries with Rhubarb. This a special report called stupid. No no it's it's a mix of strawberries to me. Yeah it's incredible that with the little like really good vanilla ice cream. Why did you get it from you? Know it's hard to find not a lot of places. Stop making pies but households goods chocolate cream pie chocolate cream pie chart arena. Ever go to La. Yes eat meat as well. How supplies is it. Apple Pan Oh. I've had the bug of that. Yeah all they do. Yeah all they do. Our hamburgers like the Hickory. Burger would like to ask Chicory Barbecue Hickory Burger. They also do a tuna sandwich which is great but burgers chips your fries and pie and they usually have six fresh highs available only ever been the the because like chocolate cream pie at the apple. Pan Is the best out of this world. What is chocolate cream pie? So it's it's a what we would call chocolate pudding. It's do you know. What putting is you guys have chocolate pudding? Is it like when it's like an? It's almost a creme the consistency of a crime or a chocolate Paul. Actually I think a you know a really good Greek Yogurt or cream yogurt. That's thick. Yeah preemies that consistency but milk chocolate or dark parkway's multiply no mud pie is combination of I think it's Caramel or it's chocolate. And caramel is a mud pie or butterscotch. I can't remember but shop chocolate cream pie. So it's a great crust. Really good a little salt pastry pastry biscuits stop looking pastry crossing a little salt in it. Which is great with the chocolate. Chocolate pudding is really what? It's almost like the consistency. You know it's like it's night. Yeah Shield and it served coal which is important and serve chart with fresh whip cream and it's the combination of those out of this world. I'm GonNa try and do this. You should try. It's great now. I have to say the last cake I made actually not the last cake I made because I made the last one I made actually t they both turn out great. I'm not a big baker anything but I was determined for my daughter to bake her her dream cake. Which was this? You know like a yellow sponge with fresh whipped cream and fresh strawberries. Spongebob at a big three layer cake with fresh cream. Strawberries and a yellow cake right and that turned out well but the cake I made for my own birthday. One once was somebody should be making a cake fury. I just wanted to experiment because I really wanted was a dark chocolate coffee cake so I made fresh espresso and fresh coffee. Infused it with this really good dark chocolate and I made a triple layer buttercream yeah buttercream extent everyone. It was really good. It was really good. I know I'll never make a cake again. We should do celebrity purchase bake off. I was asked to do and I almost did it this year for charity. I really want to but the schedule. This year didn't work out but I really want a big thing. Not Bit late your character and intelligence you completely different. I mean obviously you are but you'll not only your open new embrace things. Yes I appreciate that. Was it quite important to have play a very different role to Ross on my another. Tv It was I didn't even think about that because for me that shows such a long ago and we ended fifteen years ago. So I don't even think of that for me. It was just about. I was really excited about this character. And this and working with neck. You Know Nick Who. I had met before and we had improvised together before on something else and I just thought after meeting him and working with him for a few days I was. I Really WanNa work with this guy so then out of the blue. He emailed me this idea like a one page treatment of what this show was and I thought it was really original because the you know the workplace setting I like the juxtaposition of the high stakes of G. H. Q. And what they have to deal with and the idea of a workplace comedy where you're yeah and kind of in Nafta reckless or whatever And this character I. I was really drawn to this character because of the moment. We're in right now and And certainly in my country the some of the folks running things at the moment I I felt like this. This character was a way of exercising. Some of my anger outrage To play a guy who is You know He's not very intelligent but he but he gets away with it because he's confident so He's a narcissist he's entitled self-important Misogynous Racism Homophobic. And I felt like about. Yes there are and I I wanted Kinda Channel. Some of some of that Into this character into a comedy because I feel like surely. I'm not the only one feeling what I'm feeling in these days and I thought well let's give them. Let's give people a release you know. Let's give people a twenty one minute break from reality and and let them laugh at this guy for once and so yeah I was. I was attracted to it for for that reason. And I like I like I like the post eight you know. It's you know I never thought of it. You know using food as an analogy. But I wouldn't have catch him peppy at lunch and dinner. Do you know what I mean. I'd have it once every maybe every day. If it's really good but you know I have a once in a while and then I like to do something else you know. I like to mix it up. Keeps me more interested and excited to do a comedy one year and then a more dramatic role the next war to write or to direct or to theater film? Tv You know what I mean. I just keep mixing it up. It keeps things more interesting to me. So well you up to after intelligence like what's a you writing so working with I directed a play in Chicago with my company. Now it's almost two years ago It's a comedy about reparations from slavery Set in today on a on a cotton plantation in the south in Texas I had written by one of our ensemble. Members is this young African American writer and actor Who GREW UP IN TEXAS? So it's inspired by some of the folks that he grew up with and I directed it on stage. He's the playwright and it was a big success in Chicago so we pitched it to a company and set it up as a movie so now he just finished the first. He just turned in the first draft of the screenplay. And we'll have notes on Friday from company and and I'm hoping that My role would be helping produce that movie. I won't I wouldn't direct. We'd probably you wouldn't be in it. No I don't think there's really a role for me in By the way it's almost entirely it's all women in the cast. We've introduced one or two small supporting men male roles but one of the great things about it is that it's a comedy about really about race and class and reparations and it's a diverse cast of all women and So it's refreshing to see if this gets made into a movie I it'd be refreshing to see not only an entirely a female driven story but none of the women. None of the stories have to do with You know Love Life or Romance Guy. It's all about point of view and character and And so it's really. I think truly original able to be involved in writing when friends was happening because I know that like look was that allow because you were interested because a great spirit of collaboration on but no we didn't. We weren't involved with the writing of the script or pitching episodes or anything like that where we came in as actors and contributed in our way was we would we would get the first draft of the script and we would then spend all day rehearsing it and putting on its feet and in doing so we would find things that What if we said this instead? Maybe this would feel more organic and we would pitch at the end of the at the end of every day we would do a run through for the writers and we'd show them what we came up with so and it's a one act play every week right so at the end of the day we do everything as written than we say by the way. Here's an alternative joke that we came up with during rehearsal. Can we pitch it to you? So we would then pitch you know physical comedy or pitching alternate line or or we just have a discussion. Say you know this one moment if it was a more dramatic moment with say Rachel and my and my character Ross. You'd say you know what this feels like. We need one more. Beat here before we go to this. You know this scene before they kiss or before they storm out whatever so we would really work in a collaborative way with the writers to to massage things so that we felt we really owned them owned it as an actor. I I have no idea how that usually works because you have live audiences but like how is that quite unusual for the actors to have Jews said that really what makes it such a unique show. I think so first of all the writing was genuinely just great. Yeah but I think that because they embrace the collaborative embraced the talent of the cast. You know they said these you know we cast well. Let's hear them out. You know. And and that empowered us as well to be our best. Do you know what I mean. I mean it's empowering because I was on another show before friends where I was a regular serious series regular luckily didn't do more. We didn't shoot more than twelve episodes because it was kind of torture. Because I felt my ideas weren't they weren't interested in hearing the out and they weren't and I felt like I might as well. Just be a prop really a prop. That speaks and that was frustrating. So I was really. I was really pleased to be in a collaborative room an environment. I got find out you carry a key song if you have one. I don't have one because as we establish before I don't really say well Mitzvah. Yes yeah would it be or a Bat Mitzvah by waiting for my invite? What would it be if you could say it would probably be well? I Love Journey. Oh what a band during. That's I mean that's one thing that to my son. Also Sam's Oh yeah. Oh sorry we need to offer you some cake. You don't have to sit right now can take it home. You did you make it my son made. Oh has some. The doctor mentioned that we're kind of on occasion. Banana cake usually would have offered. You made you delicious food if you you can share it with the all these people who all that would be lovely know. You don't see if you don't have to now go to in this whole time of junkets promo you smell talking chocolate. Yeah all right and is it. I did so right chocolate bread. It's not even on the bread and you know what would be honest feedback saying it's dry. You want to dry on his feedback or talk. He'll be fine deeper. Yeah it's drier than I Jesse. It's dry yes. He came on that than I make do. Because he's given up smoking as tempered spending it Jessica. Oughta make it to make on. I've never said let's also I mean not try to strike the problem is there's not enough. There's not enough Banana Jesse. This is not not try. Try I have to say you can barely taste banana? He's wholemeal Jesus. I'm a specialist banana bread and banana fucking thought it could also be. What kind of. Yeah that was the thing. That's also look at where the chips are there all the way at the bottom all the chocolate. So there's this is this. What is that. I've never seen that. I've never see I've really embarrassed. My son isn't anything you should be. You should be embarrassed my God. What is that chocolate chocolate cake broke divine chocolate in to fly? He was pretty one that was not made with the worst. Jessica hit the sell side. I will stop it. It's actually really miserable. I'M NOT GONNA lie and try to weigh. That was that I slept gets keep is a tea towel from sir. Thank As an apology for the thank you me if I do you get the doctor. It's fine. He's fine. He can be odd. Sorta so little time taking one today. David Show giving us your feedback. And he's not coming to Bat Mitzvah and I I'd be catered. I will of cooking that stuff. David left now after. Rinsing the banana bread. And we've talked into himself metrying it like it is Bush Taketaro. It's not great so we must have done is cold. That is very sad looking poached egg near Caesar Salad right there so much. Been happy happy when it was womb. Wow this just deborah of dry banana bread over the TAIBU. How lovely was David loved? Him didn't look a day older than when he was in friends. That's what I couldn't get over. He was just so charming and interesting and also So I really clever houses fingers in so many different things. So he's just not he's just very alive very vibrant. I'm just trying to clarify. It's dry I hint of banana in the cost. Just Seen David. You know that mom. It's really bad and Alex is amazing at Banana. Bread and the recipe is amazing. So what happened here must have been some last. Someone left it out and didn't take out these someone left it. Oh me you didn't tell me to show initiative Thank you so much for listening. We will be back next week. 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David Schwimmer & Nick Mohammed - Bonus Preview

How I Found My Voice

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David Schwimmer & Nick Mohammed - Bonus Preview

"Love this podcast. Support this show through the acoss saporta feature. It's up to you how much you give. And there's no regular commitment. Just hit the link in the show description to support. Now welcome to how. I found my voice with me smear armored. We're we're looking forward to bringing you some more mazing guests in season four which will be coming out in the autumn today. We're going to give you a sneak preview of one of our upcoming episode which is a double feature with two guests. We have the actor. David schwimmer best known for his role as ross in the hit sitcom friends and the and writer nik muhammad. Here's a taste of what's to come secret that you originally turned down the part of ross geller and i wonder what was your thinking. How did you feel about the world of sitcoms. Thinking that it's four years from upton sinclair's the jungle and your own theater company the start of friends. Yeah well. I had been lucky enough to be cast in my first regular series role which is a big deal for a young actor a year before friends right. It was a show with this incredible actor. Henry winkler who i love and adore and i was playing his son in this sitcom units been teaching vegetarian cooking and Really enjoy it. It's utilitarian in a row incense was that. Were you know what the other about the roe used in a sentence. You rolling lincoln goes but the show was not good and he was terrific and everyone on there was lovely but more importantly the the writers did not embrace my ideas. They didn't make me feel like my ideas were welcomed. They felt. I was basically kind of told. Just say the line because just do what we say and i felt kind of like a prop and it was you know. I guess that experience really turned me off to television. Because i felt in that time trapped in those situations you had to sign for five now six years you have to sign six years so they own you and it does feel like you're you know you're you're owned by the network or whoever and i was so relieved when that show was canceled after filming twelve episodes and luckily we made twelve episodes only a few of which were aired. But we made twelve. So i got to bank some money and i said i'm outta here. I moved back to chicago. And i say i got money my bank. I'm going back to chicago and doing theater forget tv. I'm not going to sign up for another six. Five or six years. And risk being in that situation where i was so unhappy and uninspired on appreciated. That's was doing theater in chicago was on stage. Doing play with my company when the offer came into do friends can ask the difference. Then because when you came to work with nick on intelligence you bro. The knowledge having been in that and having been of the biggest sitcoms in history but people talk talking britain and nick. You'll notice that. Oh in america so much better. They have big teams of writers. They have twenty six episodes whereas in britain. You're lucky to get sick. said it. All the way is on that one person who's writing who might like in your case. Also be starring in it. And i just wonder what your experiences are of cultural differences. Having in your case. David walked over the on both sides. But nick having watched the american experience but lived the british. One is funny. Because i i think the even back then there were plenty of british shows which were states and likewise plenty of shows in the states enjoyed notably friends. Of course only now my ready kind of opening my eyes to to the differences in terms of the process. The writer's room thing is a big thing in the states and unless over here interesting. This is definitely kind of catching on here. And i think certainly with the the the birth of more and more streaming platforms there are so many more opportunities content that you know sometimes the only way those can can can be created because you know there isn't a sort of single writer who can then just sort of just go away and relatively quickly right twelve hours of television in two months or whatever so the process is all different. I've never experienced the writer's room process myself. I've written with. Julia davis before which is a specific relationship in a wonderful one but but very kind of unique to working with with judea with intelligence. It's i write it but it's deeply collaborative and from david being on board from the original page outline that i might have sent him know. We've we've discussed backstory. We breakdown seen by seeing beat by be not just the series oracle particular characters journeys Specific scenes and so as much as i am the writer on that show. I feel very very supported. And you know to be able to lean into david experience in particular having worked on one of the best sitcoms. I feel very very lucky. But yeah it's it's funny to find myself in that position in a way huge. You know those those american shows and the so mathematical as well in that they the gangway and the you know the amount of story that they can pack in such a short amount of time and they're inspiration on their respects to high. Looks t david as well thinking to the fact that you you thought you didn't like sitcoms but you took friends. Why was that. He didn't like the experience you'd had on the previous one. Sorry yes something. They didn't like sitcoms. I boys loved sitcoms and a huge fan of television comedy. It was just that the experience as an actor on that was so. I just didn't wanna do it again. Because and feel trapped sign for you know that someone owned me for five years. I just didn't like that feeling. Why did friends feel different white fan. Because i was convinced to meet with david and kevin what they told me was that i what i didn't was that a year before friends got as a pilot. I mean to make the pilot. I had auditioned for them. I went to network for them on another show they wrote and it was down to me and two other guys. One of whom was my good friend from high school johnny silverman and he got the raw. I didn't get cast. But they remembered they remembered my voice. And my i guess my interpretation of that character and they wrote ross with me in mind. So i didn't know any of this until i meet with them. They said listen. It's an ensemble show. There's no star we promise to be collaborative. We want to hear your ideas your thoughts. We wrote this with you in mind. Cause of your audition. You came in for a year ago and i was like this. Sounds too good to be true and and it was. It was too good to be true. They kept their word. It was collaborative from beginning to end it it. It was as much fun as i'm having with nick on on intelligence because of the collaboration. That's what gets me going. Is that collaborative spirit. How does that work when you spend you talking about. Great collaboration whether it's on friends over its with nick. What what are you describing. I'm describing a certain relationship between the writer or writers and actor in which there is a mutual respect. And trust that. I can elevate the material. And i can take what the ideas the great ideas that they have and take it to the next level if you trust me and let me own it in a way and inhabit character and i might make choices that will surprise you. And when there's that neutral respect and trust as nick and i have as well. It's better than either of you like could have come up on your own. you know. that's what it is. You're you're you're just you find a working. Relationship that elevates the material elevates her performance because they can see something you can't and they could right to you and your character. I mean obviously there are two very different shows because we had the pressure you know we would her one. Act play every week and then we would perform it in front of a live audience and there were you know his on the spot because the audience maybe wouldn't get the joke as much as it would land so we'd have to come up with something on the spot but throughout the week i'd be pitching and the other actors would be pitching other jokes other moments other beats and also work it out. Dramatically saying this isn't feeling rights not landing in a way so we'd have whole week of rehearsal to to figure it out and then the true kind of arbiter in a would be the audits. They say whether they liked it or not or something landed with them emotionally or not with nick. Nick and i. it's the same spirit of real collaboration. but we don't have the luxury of an audience. We have to be the arbiters along with our wonderful producers and director matt to really figure out and trust that that this works that it's funny that you know in some cases it's not too offensive but we also had the luxury of doing multiple takes and alternate takes so we can decide certain things we could decide in the at it. I can also nick. How did you two fest come to know each other. Because you mentioned sending that one page suspect to david's to how did you first come to know you could send him that hallowed fallback. Does it go with the twenty. Th around twenty four fifty nine hundred. Sixteen julia davis and i had written a pilot about morning television for channel. Four which david had had not by chance. But it was sort of three sony studios who have maybe get to finance show. If we got picked up for series. David had seen as a result of that. And and i remember the producer telling me. Oh david trimmer is going to call. Because he really likes show and he just wants to talk to you about it and yeah that was kind of an incredible moment and then david came over and did some workshops. Some improv workshops with jillian. I i think david julia had had met before. Collaborate on something prior to then and we just all had a real great time that showed never never never went to series. But but david and i hit stayed in touch. I remember david saying. Listen if you if there's ever an idea you have could just find american kind of coming over and not feeling sort of shoehorned in that kind of way you know. Do let me know and we just come and gone. So we particularly enjoyed an improv playing with the kind of status dynamic of david bain. This alpha brash. American me being this quite diminutive british sky that ready. So the form the basis of the jerry. Joseph relationship is intelligence. Sorry i still get. Ptsd from my time in afghanistan understand. Don't we know the drone footage. I saw was very realistic stage. It was compromised. Get macy's insults really methodist from the middle serve the did manage to capture a tiny. Mary's internet browsing history sunday. Please tell me. None of that was sensitive. No par from. I have been mine for a new brom one time. So i had a script commission from expectation who produce the show so i kind of page outline of the idea and i sent it to david just directly because i nine david's email and he was like yeah. Yeah i was like guy full commission. We're going get a commission. I but yeah and sky kind of came in and you know. It's a new way. Because they commissioned a series and this was the first series. I was gonna ride some land in some respects. I kind of wish we had a pilot. Because you know you've got to try out different different things and work out. What relationships are going to work well and so on so super proud of that first series. I think it was so much fun as well do. And we have such a brilliant ensemble jamestown sylvester zo. And it saw a great shakespearean state. And i went to see her as a student so i was delighted to see that as a cost. It's really interesting. Yeah you're all borolia fantastic really. Yeah just incredible but this next season season two. I honestly couldn't be more proud of. Because i feel like we have absolutely found founder groove in terms of the way we collaborate the sort of i guess sort of shorthand. That'd be david was sort of expressing that you end up having an intercompany. That was obviously that from the off because we all filmed the first series together already and it was super fun. I've really enjoyed the episode of series. Two that i watched so far as well. And i think it's interesting as you say the character that you play. David knew the kind of american brash sort of seikai it sort of brings a bit of the shadow of the idea of someone who's conference something big in america whether that's literally a sitcom or it's delivery intelligence agencies to played all these ideas about an american inner british comedy. Doesn't it because those end the american arrogance which Which exists you know the idea that. So many folks in america in our america first without ever having been out of the country kind of at least my character represents kind of american patriotic ignorance. And now you've clearly having great joy playing it at that was david. Schwimmer and nik mohamed. In preview of an upcoming episode which will be postponed next season coming out in the autumn season. Two of their sitcom intelligence is available to watch on sky now tv from the eighth of june. While we're working in the background on our upcoming episodes please do listen to our back. 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Weekly Zeitgeist 56 (Best of 12/31/18-1/4/19)

The Daily Zeitgeist

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Weekly Zeitgeist 56 (Best of 12/31/18-1/4/19)

"Miles one of the funniest shows on TV has a new beat. If you will rule nine nine is coming to NBC. There you go there killing it right now. Yeah. I will not be missing the premiere Thursday January tenth. Starring obviously the hilarious. Andy Sandberg hundred per hour. Terry crews that seventy three's an amazing casts. No wonder the show won the Golden Globe for best comedy and best actor Hamburg. Oh, yeah. You were game. Hi fi. It also won two Emmys and critics call Brooklyn nine nine one of TV's best comedies where you there for that. I think so. Well, so many great reason to make sure to catch the premiere of Brooklyn nine nine Thursday January tenth on NBC. Hello, the internet and welcome to this episode of the weekly zeitgeist. These are some of our favorite segments from this week all edited together into one nonstop infotainment laugh strap Agana. Yeah. So without further ado here is the weeklies Ike guys. Let's talk once again about I've been missing him because I didn't I chose not to pay attention to the news as much as possible over while we took some time off, but he's back our president better than ever. Yeah. He's still doing it. Still at it. President Donald Trump had a sort of half press conference like televised meeting yesterday full of just a lot of comedic highlights. He was surrounded by people who I didn't recognize and then producer next stuff pointed out that that was his cabinet. And it's just you don't recognize any of them because he's like fired all of them are they've all went in the past like their subordinates yet. It's all just turned both people who are in the hallway who were willing to come in finally higher that a kid mowing the lawn. I think he did. So here just a quick highlight reel. He boasted. He would have been a great general. He insisted his generals were better looking than Tom Cruise and stronger, even our five star General Tom cruise Brit. He complained that he spent Christmas. Alone at the White House, quote, except for all the guys out on the lawn with machine guns. We sounds like create like, I I get what he was saying because there are snipers everywhere, but it doesn't it sounds like a confused old man who just like was looking out the window of the White House was like sounds like the start of a of a Sinbad movie. Sindbad home for Christmas and the White House. Yeah. Old man presidents not having a good time. Suppressor next up just tweeted out that he did specify that they were the nicest machine guns he'd ever seen. And I think that he waved to a couple of guys with machine guns. So there was a particularly confused the Tom Cruise kind of ramble was particularly. Weird. So he said I had a meeting at the Pentagon with lots of generals. They were like from a movie better looking than Tom Cruise and stronger Glen laughs alone. Nobody else's laughing. Everyone's like oh. And I had more generals than I've ever seen. Good. And we were at the bottom of this incredible room. Is it dream? He doesn't sound like it. Military Jenny have some respect. I said I said this my sad was there. But it really wasn't. My dad was actually a gun. Does it sound like? Then he okay. This is continuing to reduce quote. I said this is greatest room I've ever seen with more computer boards than they make today. That's great. Our military should be a head of its time, computer boards, Computer Board than they make today with the does that make them. That's how many we have. Yeah. One computer start great collection. Our military is strong powerful in technical those. I those I phone chargers just lined up. And it's almost as if they're just intending to make great comedic videos, and maybe that's what's happening. Everybody around him have just decided we're gonna make this presidency is funny as possible because at the end of the press conference, they panned out to reveal that that game of thrones inspired me m- where it was like Trump looking and it said a sanctions or coming, and he retweeted it he just had a poster sized version of that name on the table in front of. Our tax dollars pay for this all of this. He's just all of this. I'm getting fucked on taxes. So our president can bring. Was it? I really hope it was a main that was like just regular printer. But tile. Print out of that imagine being like the fucking intern or wake his son. What he will? He will go to FedEx printed on cardboard, and someone's we like what is this is like this is for your product. Is this your fourteen year old? They'd be like for the president of it does make it hard to take. Seriously. I feel like maybe it's maybe that's the goal. It's so debris with the people who this resonates with it makes total sins, especially like, you know, a lot of computer educated people like older people read, then also weird rich people that are that are educated in. Isolated that does sound like an elderly person without any context walking into a modern workplace just being like, they're computer boards. I'm on. And this guy he's as handsome as Tom Cruise. This is almost like when you work for streaming service in production, and it's so easy. You just upload something to like content hub or Google, doc. And then you have older executives who don't know how to use a computer. So you have to print out a DVD and slide it under the door. And they don't even watch it. You can hear anyways, I have just some work stuff coming up. Shade. Old producers. You know, you are old S fucks. Hey, we'll speaking of old s. Yeah. It's been a long time off guys. Yeah. So twinning have you guys done? No, no, no, no. I thought it was like a bad tweet that everybody was trying to mimic. You know, everybody tries to do a mean, I didn't really an app. I just thought my friends or making bad means of a webpage. I'm just mad because they said I looked most like a bachelor, a former bachelor cool. I look like a former bachelor when not smiling when I have glasses on. I look like rich summer from madman. Notably we have the exact same glasses. So that was I think the only similarities he the one that that became like a high Kirshner for like a minute. Did he know he was the one he was Harry? He was just always like a sour, dick. I can't remember all those angry. Yes. Angry white guys in the sixties. They all tend lead into war goes. But anyways, none of the three people that are supposedly look like look like each other. So I don't know just objectively as a online experience the Google app. Is that told you what piece of art or character from a work of art? You look like is just a better experience, objectively like, it seems like it actually found someone who looked like you. Where is this is just like looks for superficial similarities you'll came about. Just having a real time over there fine. We just have matching glass. Not former. The other thing that is not great about this app. Is that they leaked people's like there was just like zero security from the start. And so there was just a a folder. Anyone could get to those holding all of the images that people were uploading to the webpage. So. Yeah. Sits pretty Horning. Just some developer clicking through phone. Great. Yeah. Yeah. What about my new? My new avatar. I'll be the grossest sound ever. Yeah. That is such a gross. Well. I'm glad I didn't do it. Glad phone with trap. We were like, oh have you done it? Now, you should check it out. And then explain to you what the problem was and pop sugar dot com thing it was a pup sugar dot com. Do they close most trusted name in news? I think they did not because after the whole story about them leaking things broke. I then uploaded my own picture. That was a conspiracy thing like users starting to dip. So pop sugar was like now Dow elements not secure, and then people went to it again. Probably like, you know, one of those like marketing, like we'll create a disaster and people want to see the carbon. I'm sure it was a disaster. I'm sure there are bunch of dummies or just like whatever I feel like pup sugar dot com. And I need to have a great talk. You're gonna feels like did you ever see that the John Oliver? He had that show a long time ago. Those really horrible about like I'm gonna stop fat people from existing and it was like he went to like the fattest city in America. And was like I wanna stop everyone from being fat, and it was gross. But he did this thing with like a bunch of kids where he showed them how chicken nuggets remained. We're like he's stripped down carcass grind the bones up. Then like just show them. How awful it was the Andrews like now who won't swan? They're all like me. Love chicken nuggets. 'cause they're delicious. You just can't as bad. We're like not Jolla ver- way. Jamie. Okay. That makes a lot. I wish it was John Oliver. I was like word. What that John? Oliver shaney Homer. Sorry, everyone shaming liberty shift. Jamie oliver. Yeah. Okay. You're not to be confused with celebrity Zaid written human John Oliver. But I feel like this is, you know, one of those examples of the fun face that we're putting on the dystopia in nightmare that we're sort of lower being slowly lowered into because what do you mean, slowly? Well, it's yeah. But it's something that it's not like, oh my God. And then Skynet became self aware and like launched all the nukes at the same time. It's like we're slowly just walking down the steps into the dystopia. But because they're like fun things. Like, you look like Tom Cruise that. It's just like I do look like. Yeah. Was on there when I smiled so tell you what celebrities smell like your last four digits of this. I gotta know. I shouldn't do. Be. I mean, so like the facial recognition thing is London. London's police force just hey. So oh, we're joined by one of the bobby's. So. Crumbled? Go ahead. So they were they were using facial recognition and facial scanning technology to skin the faces of Christmas shoppers in London kitsch, those thievery Boogers. I think they're worried about you know, terrorism also shoplifting. I'm sure was at the top of their list. They saw home alone. And we're like had not on my watch. It's Christmas time. Right. But you know, it's China's really good at it because they have like all of their citizens faces in a database, and so they've been able to algorithm Mickley just figure out how to match facial technology. But I think in the west we're still not great at it. Because a whopping ninety eight percent of the matches used by the technology were mistakes, the London police force. I remember David Schwimmer would have with day which was fake David Schwimmer. It's not a facial recognition thing. But the dude got caught on the security camera like stealing beer. Yeah. Like David Schwimmer Ross David Schwimmer now, I keep saying his name. Yes. David Schwimmer with who wasn't David. Derek? If you say it enough is he gonna appear to. Retool. Still holds up. He does have like a vague Texas accent too. Yep. They'll say towards the end of the season because maroon were like watching it. Yeah. And he started getting kind of buff. Oh, yeah. Well, once they're like, it's like Ross. Yeah. I feel like that happens sometimes because they see themselves on camera. And so as they're becoming more seen by more people. They're also like having less touch with reality in fewer and fewer people tell them like no, your job is not to look awesome on camera. It's to play the role of this insecure paleontologist. Yeah, paleontologist. Yeah. Early paleontologists. Yeah. You know, handsome buff Pilion, professor. I don't know. That's probably I'm sure I'm fucking up. Some never watched friends ever. But yeah. And then once you get to the peak of your fame, you stop changing everything about yourself, which is why Michael Jordan's still dresses like it's maintained ninety six. Yeah. Well, it caught up eventually to boil. He's the pinnacle style. Comeback around. Yeah. Just keep dressing the way you're dressing. It'll show up again eventually. Baby. Yeah. That here leader of the resistance. Imagine him going. Going. Definitely you Mitt Romney around. You haven't commented scratch my back. Whatever it Romney has river graduates my bad tomato. He could do anything. His fingernails every morning. Considered. I'm gonna make Senate rum navy. He's like superhuman fan or radicchio for you guys. I would look at that. I don't think I would look at Trump fit Harada. Ahead of Romney fighting Joe Biden. Oh, and then as they're rolling on the ground. Sounds like you're writing one of your own. So Mitt Romney is announced that he would be the new leader of the resistance with a op Ed in the Washington Post where he criticized Trump on like manners. Basically, it seems like which is something you see a lot with people who oppose Trump who are still sort of part of the mainstream political elite, and the mainstream media even is that their complaint with Trump seems to be more based on the fact that he doesn't show respect for these institutions, and it's you know, because the things that mainstream Republicans are for are still pretty monstrous like the places that they differentiate themselves from Trump or just you know, that he makes it sound as bad as it is in a lot of cases, he's like doesn't try to sugar coat things that much. I mean, I think there is some validity to the. Complaint that like the whole he's not politically correct thing is bad because you know, racism has continued to become more public and acceptable among racists and hate crimes or more common. And you know, there's something to be said for that any also pointed out that in two thousand sixteen pure research pulled eighty four percent of people in Germany and Britain in France. And Canada saying they believe the American president would do the right thing and one year later that number had fallen to sixteen percent. So that's not great because we're at a time in history where you kind of need somebody to be a leader of have like some urkel is the leader. Now, rare mass the world leader, right? Whatever she's on her way back onto this podcast. Quotes, June news. Van commercials. The daily. Yeah. This will be in general. She's. She. I don't know he's still like structures his entire critique like on the subject of civility and like that Trump shows poor character. And that we need a leader who has who is a man of character. And some people are speculating that this is the first step in Romney's plan to primary Trump in twenty twenty. I'm gonna have to use that. Yeah. In a primary Trump between neurotic fiction. Oh, yes. He's just so robotic and in like when asked what his favorite meat was. He said hot dog. When asked what a second favorite meat was. He said hamburger. Like, I just I would he know how to nibble like what I? Probably eats people. That's the thing is so rich, he probably eats people, and that's his favorite. Have you guys talked about that rich guy in Florida? He didn't eat full, but he was a child pedophile. And did we talk about this? We have. Yeah. The guy is a billionaire who is recruiting child sex workers from mar-a-lago. Yeah. What? Uh-huh. Yeah. I got kind got hush. But the Miami Herald had this huge expose about it. A lot of people are like whoops. But the guy who he's friends with this guy. But a lot of people that he serviced were so powerful that they just should down. Oh, so they would he would go to Marla be like. Everybody will he also had a private island in a private jet. We're a lot of these things real monster straight up the stuff you see in a Hollywood movie with a Tom Cruise his trying to save the Kevin Spacey. The guy's name is Jeffrey Epstein people should check out the Miami Herald shit about him ice. But anyways. My evening. I think there was a poll that said that a large portion of Iowans would approve of somebody trying to challenge Trump in the primary so and I was obviously randomly important when it comes to presidential primaries. Like people are getting tired of them. Yeah. It seems like that might be happening. The government shutdown doesn't seem like it's playing well with his base, according to the fivethirtyeight Trump popularity own meter things. See I still I think is base would still be like, it's the democrat, right? Yeah. Yeah. They're the reason because they won't give our leader his money. That's what I assumed. But I always assume they just would be that on all things and yet for whatever reason his approval rating is going down and his disapproval rating is going up over the past like five days, and that seems to be the thing that changed like usually it takes a week for the news cycle to filter down into opinion. Polls. And that seems like it's the thing that people are reacting to. But who knows maybe it was the fact that he clearly has no concept of Christmas hates Christmas and as a Christmas movie villain. There are so many things very hard to figure out actually literally he's not not really this machine guns. Yes. Just the best you've ever seen. All right. Well, gathering take a quick break. We'll be right back. Mazi wash Brooklyn nine. Of course, I watched Brooklyn. Do you watch Brooklyn nine nine I love Berlin, three episodes. I don't have any of I. But it does. It's one of those shows, not only hilarious. But it said diversion, it makes you happy to watch. That is good joke writing. Yes. As ING joke writing and now coming to NBC, thank the Lord yet. They saved this show. Don't miss the premier Thursday January tenth starring the hilarious. Andy Sandberg Andre brower Terry crews and Stephanie bat three oh, an amazing cast. It's no wonder the show won the Golden Globe for best comedy and best actor for Andy Sandberg, also won two Emmys, critics call Brooklyn nine nine the TV's. Yes. We know you're a fool if you don't watch. I'm just insecure about my own pencil gay insecure about that Spanish, pronunciation Altair. Okay. So any great reasons to make sure catch the premiere of Brooklyn nine nine Thursday January tenth. On NBC. Intra back. Well, guys that brings us to effort story. The bird box challenge is a thing. Netflix had to say get don't do the Burbach challenge. Stop doing the Burbach. So it evolves. Just doing something really anything with a blindfold on is what the Burbach challenges one guy in one Burbach challenge walks out of his house. Barefoot in shorts t shirt in a snowstorm while holding his dog. If you walking around in random directions, but he's got a blindfold on another person does various workouts that require absolutely no visual awareness. Well, blindfolded another family one of their family members with ping pong balls. Well, that person is blindfolded and gropes around and actually starts throwing punches at everyone. Anyways, Jamie and Caitlyn have you seen Burr box? And is that why you're wearing blindfolds right now. We are. No. That's just kind of our thing. It's just that. It's okay. The movie is a genuine phenomenon in terms of raw number of people who have seen it. It's net. Flicks bragged that it's been seen by forty five million people. Although who knows what those people that could just be making it up. They don't release their damn numbers. I did see her box. You did you were one of the forty five million. I think that everyone who. Saw it from what I gather watched it on Christmas Eve or Christmas. So many people watch it with their families this happened. I think two years ago whenever making a murderer came out because it came out right ahead of Christmas break and everybody watched it like it's just need something to do with your family. What's wrong with us that we're only watching movies about like creepy shit for Christmas? And Bert box. Burbach singing. Burbach sit Bechtel test their yes. But it's a whore. I thought it was like the dumbest movie, but I the for an my allowed to do spoilers. Okay. Boiler or alerts Cummings alert for a rhino. So there is a scene bird box or Burbach canonical does call Burbach, and it has me for like the first forty five minutes. You're like sure sandy Bullock. We're here there's kids. It's there. It's the end of the world whatever there's a really hot man in house. We like that he's gonna kiss sandy at some point. Going on. I like it. And then in one scene the home movie falls apart. Okay. Okay. So sandy is very pregnant. Another woman comes in the house because if you go out of the house you die because bird box, right? So another pregnant lady comes in the house. Now, we've got to pregnant women sick, right? But the other. Yeah, disgust horrible. So the second pregnant women I have not I don't remember anyone's name in this movie. But the second pregnant woman who she's like I've lived in sheltered life. I love. Hello kitty. So she lets a British guy in the house and the British guys like not dangerous. Then there and then everyone's like pregnant lady you dummy he looks dangerous. And then he's like oh not dangerous in there. Like, all right. He's not dangerous. And then he has this catch book and the sketchbook is full of freaky little drawings that you made. And you're like, oh, no. He is dangerous then both of the pregnant ladies go into labor at the same time for no reason. It has to do with the plot has nothing to do with their quick didn't like dislodge there fragment from what I can tell they just go into labor at the same time to get all the characters to the room. What you have to that. When to women are close together, they save water. Yes. So I think that the writers made them go into labor at the same time for a number reasons, but logistically to get everyone out of the room and away from the British guy. So then the British guy is like bird box. And then it's still like another hour and a half. It seems like one of those things where my understanding of it is that like your visions or like your fears come real. So it's like the part and Ghostbusters the where stay puff marshmallow man comes. It's I don't know. Anyways. I think I'd just nailed it pretty much bird. Boxed us outta here. There's been so much such a weird trend of like sensory deprivation in movies between like a quiet place and Burbach like there there is this weird and the one that I'm writing where do oh don't breathe, but yeah. Yeah. It's like, I don't know what you were writing. No different movie called. No, no touching. No, that's a good one. Me too movement. So Jack's on one. But just in terms of how widespread like this movie's influence is like if you translate that number of people watching the movie on that flicks to box office. It would have had the s- the eighth best week ever. It would have been like on par with Star Wars less Jetta, Harry Potter and the deathly hallows Jurassic world saying, yeah. And it's just such a random movie. So I mean, obviously, it's not the same as a movie coming out and doing that because people weren't all buying individual tickets for Burbach six, but it's still like in terms of the amount of like national mental real estate that it's taking up. That's where it is. It's like in the world of your furious settings. Scr Burbach would fully make seven dollars. If it was really a stat. Everyone was like it seemed like a timing thing. And also, I think that there is you can still really get a lot of eyes on something by putting sandy Bullock and a movie young people love her is gone. For sandy bull goal box. Sandy ball Sandifer box. She's credited in the movie at sandy Birnbaum. Hey, guys, the markets. I know you've been dying to talk about the markets, and it was a bad day at the markets yesterday for you know, all of us capitalists markets. Yeah. So apple came out and did something they haven't done in less sixteen years, and it was to say they weren't doing that. Well, or something like that they basically cut their forecast of how many iphones they were going to sell and people apparently that's not good because it both tanked their stock and all the stocks. Well, it serves them, right? Because I got my face ID doesn't recognize me when I'm tired, and it makes me feel bad. So me like you're too ugly to connected to others right now. And they're saying that it also might have something to do with Trump's trade policies that that's the reason the markets are tanking. But they're actually blaming the fact that they started changing people's batteries out last year. You know, when they had that like people got mad that they were forcing their phones to like have battery problems and wouldn't fix them. And so apple is like fine. We'll stop breaking your phone intentionally and start replacing the battery they're actually saying that is what's fucking up their sales because their phones last longer now. So people don't need to buy new ones. So well, tough shit. That's what you're supposed to offend doing. Yeah. It's just interesting that like there's like we've we've always been like, yeah, they have this like forced obsolescence thing where they break your phone, and you just have to get new one. But that was their entire business strategy and leg doesn't capitalism doesn't work anymore. If you don't just like break stuff on purpose. A good product. A good product, right? All right. That's gonna do it for this week's weekly zeitgeist, please liken reviews the show like the show means the world to mind key. He needs your Belaiche, folks. I hope you're having a great weekend. And I will talk to you Monday by. Miles one of the funniest shows on TV has a new beat if you will nine nine is coming to NBC. There you go there killing it right now. Yeah. I will not be missing the premiere Thursday January tenth. Starring obviously the hilarious. Andy Sandberg hundred per hour. Terry, crews seventy eights race, an amazing casts. No wonder the show won the Golden Globe for best comedy and best actor Hamburg. Oh, yeah. You were a high fine. It also won two Emmys and critics call Brooklyn nine nine one of TV's best comedies where you there for that. I think so so many great reasons to make sure to catch the premiere of Brooklyn nine nine Thursday January tenth on NBC.

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Backlash grows for police use of facial recognition (The 3:59, Ep. 562)

The 3:59

05:09 min | 2 years ago

Backlash grows for police use of facial recognition (The 3:59, Ep. 562)

"The. Welcome to three fifty nine I'm Ben FOX Ruben, I'm as actually on Tuesday, San Francisco became the first city to ban. Police use of facial recognition tech proponents of the ban say the tech offers a slippery slope for Massar Valence while proponents facial recognition say that it's a useful policing tool. I as guess, do you expect more cities to follow suit with San Francisco? I think the outright ban is a little bit much. I don't think cities will do that right away. I did see somebody talk about a moratorium maybe they don't use it as, as, as primary method of dentist. Maybe it's the secondary. Or maybe it's used in a very light way. But the outright ban, I think, is a little bit much. There must be a different way to regulate something like this. Well, it's also interesting that this is obviously, not a federal ban. It's still being used in a variety of other places right? Yeah. So I was looking at an article about this, and this does apply to San Francisco police and agencies, but the San Francisco, please does not use this currently. So nothing's changed. There plus facial detect is available at airports, international airports and ports. But that's jurisdiction, which means this ban has no effect on those areas, which means that if I went to the airport, and San Francisco, San Francisco International airport, they could use facial recognition in theory. So it's not like the entire municipality everything in your, the federal you can't can use this. So some additional information about this. The Georgetown Law Center on privacy and technology, which has been looking into facial recognition technology for quite some time came out with a study today, this morning, saying police are using flawed data to run facial recognition searches those include using artist's sketches editing images to add is in lips and searching for look alike. So to me, this seems like if people are already a little shaky on the USA facial recognition tack, this is obviously another point to say, hey, maybe this isn't the best thing. I mean if you were. Night witness go. Hey, get a little, Ben FOX Ruben, this should be able to show a picture of Ben FOX and since he's so well known. Maybe of course, one of the cases actually was Harrelson, David Schwimmer look, lot of people like that. So the idea of saying, this person looks like another person would be usable in the police sense. The idea that computers doing it and potentially getting wrong. Again. It's that final step if, if for some reason, the police are deploying arresting drones. Yeah. I think there's a real problem there. But if there's a person Dan going, this is completely wrong, or this is completely right? At least it should be due process after that. Yeah. I think that, you know, the, the idea that this was proposed in the first place is facial, recognition tech is supposed to be more accurate or more credible than the human, I'd sometimes or it's able to pick certain things up, like, for instance, if you're wearing a different pair of glasses if you have longer hair, dyed, your hair. There are all sorts of different ways to maybe mess with the human eye, which facial, recognition tech is expected to be able to just kind of. Sift through unfortunately with this study seems that, you know, hey, maybe they're messing around with it a little too much. Next up one. Switch to a different subject. We are happy to report, the no Facebook, certainly not listening to your conversations. Not that important seen it actually tested out, this urban legend. I was forced to talk into my phone for about a week and a half trying to get advertisements about chainsaws. And no. I didn't get any advertisements about chainsaws new found no evidence that this is actually real love. The article about this, the point that this would be crazy illegal. Let's not forget that illegal, forget the idea that oh yeah. This would be creepy. It would cost Facebook trillions of dollars and ruining their model entirely that have been breaking the law, this Hauer amount of time that would be just amazingly bad for Facebook. When it comes to the press. So if they're crazy enough to do it, then, yeah, they should be. It's a good point that you mentioned that this would actually cost the company, a lot of money, and there would in fact, be some sort of footprint to show that Facebook is digesting that information that it's actually gobbling up audio recordings from two billion of its users you even several hundred million of those users, there would be some sort of data process that we, we would be able to notice, and unfortunately, security, researchers haven't found that if the accuracy aspect of these ads. I think that's what makes people scared, but it's links to your friends searches that you're, you're looking for, because your friends are looking for friends of friends that kind of weird amazing profile that can create all this data on top of that just reminds me I was going to buy car. All of a sudden it's thinking about buying a Honda Accord. They were everywhere, didn't mean that they weren't there all the time. I just didn't notice them as much right? Wonder if there's a psychological element of I was just talking about cookies and others ads for cookies. But you might not have noticed it before because you're talking about pizza. Yeah. And it's a good point. Alfred ING in his story talked about the. Fact that Facebook doesn't actually have to listen to you at already has a ton of data about you already. But anyway, if you want to read more about these stories, check them out on CNN Ben FOX river on that bridge. Carey. Oh, jeez. All right. You threw me off. Thanks for listening.

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If You Could Take Anything From Your Favorite TV Show Set What Would It Be?

On Air with Ryan Seacrest: The Post Show

04:41 min | Last month

If You Could Take Anything From Your Favorite TV Show Set What Would It Be?

"I mean i was getting lots of notes to promote that podcast. The first couple of days now. None know if that's right. Remember all the the notes being passed around. Hey the podcast is up. it's live it's not live but live whatever the podcast. Am now nothing. Well that's up every day. go check it out. We should put a note up every day to remind people. It's new it's there. It's on air with ryan. Seacrest on iheartradio apple podcasts. Ever gets podcasts. We are one of the three hundred thousand podcasts on iheartradio gotta find it. Yeah we talked about it on the vibe last weekend. Would you say exactly well because we have an entire section. That's just committed to talking about podcasting. So i said hey we actually have our morning. Show is a podcast now so. Ej's very excited. He's going to tune in 'cause sometimes he sleeps in past are warning hours so he does he deserves to. I mean guys up too late midnight. Show yeah. But i'm i'm happy about the the break in the weather this weekend. Now listen the friends. Reunion is officially airing on. Hbo max and tanya. You've been obsessed. I watched this series. When it was what's called in i run on. Nbc and then of course it went to reruns where a lot of other people caught up on friends and now we're watching them all again because they're great to go to watch before sleep so what what's new. What do we need to know. Tanya okay so you like you mentioned it. Is we have an air date. It is next thursday on. Hbo max and this is actually just the second time that all six original cast members have been together since the show wrapped in two thousand and four so we are in for a treat and they kind of just kind of reminiscing about the series. Almost kind of like a rehash. You know how you talk about when you get together with your friends and you rehash the next morning about what happened the night before. That's kind of the. Yeah that's kind of the feel of what i'm gathering it. This is gonna be talked about. Who were the biggest flirts onset. They said it was. David schwimmer jennifer aniston. And then they did ask them if that romance together no the big flirts and so they followed up that question with so. Was there really a romance. Going between ross. And rachel and they kind of dodged the question they were like okay next question next question so and then they talked about things that they kept from the actual set of friends and so Lisa kudrow said she kept her. Phoebe is rings and she actually wore them on the reunion. And then jennifer aniston's said she took one of monica geller's dresses out of her closet. And she still wears it to this day. And so i was reading all this. And i thought if you guys could take something from your favorite. Tv set what. Would you take all those questions for you answer. do you think i remember. This is something talked about for a long time friend. And maybe they've said this publicly. I don't know but do you think that this is a product of us being in such a pandemic and a lockdown and life is too short. Why not let us go for it and do it one more time. you think. it's it's why everybody decided to sign back on. I don't think so. Because i believe that they had plan to do this. Prior to the pandemic. I think that they postponed the filming of it because of the pandemic but i do believe that. This was in the works before corn even happened. I'm in. I'm down for all this. They did it with the fresh l. Air a few months ago and it was so well done. I hope it's similar like that is reminiscent old stories and showing old clips and never before scenes and all that type of stuff. So what would we take from. What set i love. Beverly hills nine. Oh two one. Oh who. Right i would. I would love your peach pit or will pick up truck. Well mine's pretty hefty too because it would be from friends and it would be marcel on the monkey monkey. I want the monkey giving mind. I would go to grey's anatomy set. And i would take the post it. The marriage posted between meredith and derek. That's what i would take. And patty. I would take. I will go to sex in the city. And i will take care brought entire closet. Check is getting adam but okay one cosby one item shoes all right coming up next. I've got free gas for you.

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383: Ticklish Vagina

If I Were You

45:07 min | 2 years ago

383: Ticklish Vagina

"This is a head gum podcast. Jay and. Some help just in all here. Girlfriend seeing on to tell you day do if they were. Starter. Bye. On. Baser who their patriots? Yeah. Holy shit. That's right. You got to make sure you subscribe to our patriot with an ad for our paid, sir. Yeah. Well, did you like the song addition to the message at the end where they asked people to give cash? I was nice, but the nicest part, the most catchy or should I say the most cash E now? Was for with the request and the call out for people to open their, their hearts, and their wallets this there. While it's right. I don't care about their hearts, actually that's fair. That's quite fair. This might be a I it was a cover of an original that he also wrote. How? That's really cool that I faced off of welcome to the show. I wonder if Jake knows that song. And he goes to originals that are in my new album better, which will be released on Spotify. Wow. It's an all pop punk album with elements of satire and comedy. That our listeners will get a kick out of up my alley. That's for sure. His Spotify page is gusts Rachel's, which is actual name. The album is now out gusts. Rachel's Gus Rachel's sounds like a character. We would name in like a screenplay that we're right. Yeah. Because we sort of Ardy did name, somebody ally, Rachel. Yes, we did. Yeah. That's why I think that I didn't know if you wanted to, like, let people bully in, like a peek behind the screen peek behind the curtain, you wanna show, you wanna show them, how the sausage is not really just the characters name of ally. Rachel, I'll divulge the plot of the show. We break into act three when our hero realizes that there's something amiss on the rocket, and I've actually having trouble with the all is lost moment. So at me for why he li- might crack the bee's story right now at eight for come across as a cliche. Love narrative, indulge me on the villains are. Do you think as an old person you'll still love pop punk the equivalent of, like old people today listening to music from the forties? Yes, I do. And I can tell you, the reason is that I believe that I just went on a run through New York City listening to angels and airwaves, which is it's Tom delong 's other band. Besides blink eighty-two, besides box car, racer. And is it just about alien conspiracy theories that he has said to like pop punk music? It's, it's a little more like distortion, positively melodrama. I mean, there's always a little government conspiracy in their long after all, but it's a little bit. It's kind of pop punky, but it's also a little bit more like grand sweeping and epic. It's hard to describe. But it's so it's so funny and I like sometimes like, yeah, I like get a kick out of this. But then I was running around to be like, no, I guess, I actually just genuinely love Tom delong. That's the question. Everything question everything. Everything's gonna be wrong. Yeah, that's more like blink angels and airwaves is like. I knew I am. We love some weird shit like that. So you ninety years old listening to blink one eighty to your grandkids are like God grandpa, so embarrassing his music is so old fashioned, quiet and slow. Yeah. They're, they're listening to what like some kind of brain implant, some like techno trap music Drake is still around. Yeah. Well, they'll be listening to what our grandparents call the music we listen to which was just an alien screaming at the top of his lungs, that's actually kind of what angels airway. Hello here. I n I know. I know. Here you are. Congratulations. She's christ. It's great. It's great. It's good ship. That's going to be my unsolicited advice. Oh, everybody should wait up to that. Is that a new band or an old band that, like he did in the late nineties? It's after it's post blink one eighty two. It's what he did like after after blink. I don't know if it's still they're still making music. Should've called a blink one eighty three right? Yeah. Wonder you probably really wanted some separation from that, you know. Yeah. We add one that's not a lot of separation. I don't think I think that's like one wink one eighty one that's a little bit better. But it's that's just like a really bad pun. You know. Yeah. How about keep your eyes open twelve you don't need to pitch new name to Tom delong Burs band angels. And they have like nine albums. It's too late. Okay. Wow. I never heard you set. I'm sorry. But you're just being you're being a fucking douche about it, and Tom's the man. He's actually a goat. So you're not sorry, you said, I'm sorry. And then you said I'm being addition Tom's the go. Are you? Sorry, I apologize. I'm being an asshole, and you're being an asshole, you're being a big wrestle, you're being getting. Not being an asshole and this, I apologize for being so angry. Are you sorry you're being asshole for I accept your apology? I have to know if you're actually sorry, not sorry to you. I'm sorry, sorry, that this is happening. It's already. So I learnt sorry for what you called me. No, you deserve that word double down double down. I'll dig my heels in and. Okay about these unfortunate circumstances, which which have me trapped in a podcast and in a relationship with you, a vial hater spewing vitriol. Coolest musicians of our generation. Tom motherfucking delong. Rant? Do you know one eighty two stands for liquidated to believe it's just a random number that they added? And because there was a Scottish techno band called blink. And they sent them a season desist. And yes, people say that it's like a police code for streaking or for like murder over some kind of weird thing. But it is not it is just a random thing that they added to not get sued by Scottish techno band. Blink is what I believe. I wonder if any of these police coat things the one eight seven the four twenties are actually police codes. It seems like from what I've the very little I've learned about police departments. There's not really like cohesion across the board. Like if feels like if maybe there's codes for specific ones like in different towns, and cities and counties and stuff. But are they really like federal codes for everybody that I don't know everything? Yeah, nice. Okay. This is if I were you the only advice podcast just an advice podcast on the internet hosted by us on Amir. I'm jake. Well, here we are. Oh, no, no. We have some questions and answers are is your brother still looking for questions and answers for us. Yes. He's back from Bali and he's on the he is on the job. He's hunting down cues so we can give them a shutout, too young mica, the young wolf, the future of house her with. Let's see here. Oh, here's one. This is a good one. Funny, Lingus business a man will call what he got Travis FARC. Give me another name. Sure. Harp. Mops. Now, let's, let's do something else different theme. Okay. Well, I'm really struggling because I don't know the guy from some forty one's name. Head Mr. Averill Levin writes on the twenty four year old guy from Texas. And I got a quickie for y'all. I was going down on my girlfriend the other night when wall down there. She started cracking up. Oh. What was funny? Tis this that she's just ticklish. Or am I just laughably bad? Also. Have you ever had a partner start laughing during sex? What did you do? I feel like that has happened to me, and maybe somebody with, like laughing afterwards it really does it'll get your goddamn head. But it turned out it turned out. She was just laughing at what a tiny little insignificant. Kakai had. So I was like, oh, I was all, like, you know, freaking out I was like, oh, my God is, she laughing at me, and then it just turned out the yes, she was. And then that she was just laughing because my dick was smaller, in comparison to other men that she had been with and not only just that, but it was honestly microscopic on eleven we're. We're speaking. Despite herself. Because we can hock was like Heidi little showed to her. Let me I've never done this before. But I think we should take. For you. I think we should take that again. Oh. Clinton. I got it got it incredibly clean and clear. I'll ask you again. And you say that you don't think anyone's ever laughed at during sex, but I'm sure it's had before. Yeah. All right. It probably was taking too much time. And there's only a little small amount of time that we have a drone on hot. You're getting. The more you talk about. I feel like your nose running. I think I've seen little allergies from that answer. All right. Has girl ever laughed at you during sex once, because my penis is micro. I didn't wanna done nice and quick. Us that you can splice together whatever answers you need. That the headed. Well, okay, let's try just give me one more option. I don't know for a ladies ever laughed at me. But I'm sure it's fine has lady ever laughed at you in bed. I have a teeny little week. Okay. Okay. Tell me if I've ever been laughed at. Ever mind. Of course scars. Of course. I can't remember now if it really happened or if I like was afraid of it happening or something. But I think I would imagine that there's like she's either ticklish or something else funny happened because I don't. Yeah, I just don't I just don't think that you are so laughably bad it going down on somebody that she would laugh like that's not even funny. You know, if you're really, really bad it's not. Yeah, it is interesting that you never hear about ladies being ticklish down there. But it's like a very sensitive area. But like armpits, are very ticklish, right. I maybe she could have a ticklish vagina. I definitely laughed when people were not like going down know. Yeah. I have left when people were going down on me because I've really ticklish. I got a ticklish little pulpits just below my belly. But very and if anybody puts their hands there, I don't care how intimate the moment is. I am laughing cracking up like a clown. I wonder what the Evelyn airy purpose of being ticklish is it seems like a mistake in humans, the fact that, like there could be a serious moment. But if you touch my ribs, I'll giggle. Yeah. That actually that has to be an error. God didn't get it. All right. You mean what do you mean God? Well, we were all intelligently designed by a creator. Yeah, I guess he doesn't have a perfect batting average because he made us ticklish. And he made my Cox. You. God aid, you specifically not just humans in general. I think I was carved from clay, and then he muster ran out. So what he did was just sort of shove shove my puke up into a point called it a day. You can take a little a little off the top out at a p region. I'd rather be five six hung like fucking donkey, then six even and have a battery tip down there. Two. Fuck a negative side too. So. What was funny? He's asking and his she ticklish just laughably bad. I mean you won't know until there's more Dato one, you can ask her to do it again. And see what happens. She's the, the worst thing in the world is to, like, I think show, somebody your hand of like how much something ate away at you. All you can do is just be like, well, prepared for next time if there is a next time with this girlfriend. Right. So I imagine there'll be a next time like when you go down on her again, and she laughs, you can ask, but you can't go up to her like a week later and be like, so I was wondering, not that it's a big deal. Why were you laughing when I was performing oral because as soon, it's just so clearly is a big deal, how many times would lady have to laugh while you're down there, free to finally say out of curiosity. What's the deal here is it to? Is it three at twelve? Part of the things I would ignore it the first time much like this guy did. But then I but just like this guy would probably way on me. And if it happened again, I would be like quick to ask. Yeah. Because you can't. You don't wanna make the situation, weird by rehashing it by bringing it up out of nowhere. And like she might not even remember and then, like, I just feel like there's a chance that you don't even get the closure that you want. Because you're like, why are you laughing? Like, I don't know, maybe something that was funny. Yeah. Maybe something was funny like me, and then you're like, okay, well, let's watch Netflix, and then twenty minutes pas. What's funny? What was so funny? Do you think funny like ha ha funny, cracking up during third base? Is there more embarrassing moment than that crackup during sex? Oh man. I, I guess that's really that is definitely super intimate. I think that there's maybe like another time where you're more emotionally vulnerable. Like the first time that you say, I love you or something or confide like a really weird fetisher secret in that you're worried about being judged for that's probably a worse time. Because at least this is like, I don't know. It's always worse when you like have doubts about your performance or about something, and then they're confirmed by somebody laughing, maybe this guy wasn't like doubting himself, but like the laughing made him. So it's, it's a little more. You're on a little more even playing field you can kind of be like, what's the deal why you laughing, you know? Yeah. Remember during friends when Ross, I Cus, Rachel, and she was laughing. Yeah. They would wish she laughing do they say she's like this is this is funny. Like your Ross in like I I'm not used to this. And then they've. Actually started like making out at the end of the episode and roscoe's. You're not laughing and Rachel goes, it's not funny. And then that progresses them to sleeping with each other in a museum. Ooh. That's awesome. That's really cool. So the porno version is that like, Ross is going down on Rachel, which, I've, I've scripted if you'll read this manuscript, Mr. swimmer, two hundred twelve pages, you know, that has to be cut for television, right? Well, the majority of them are blanks, that are sort of glued together with my seed, you're not gonna be able to read them all. Why are you trying to end them to me? Play where I'm David Schwimmer. The episode. It's called swimmers ear and you end up going down on Rachel so much that you get like infection. You, you have read my drafted tweets swimmers here Schumer's what if? If I you know, I haven't tweeted a joke in a couple years, right? Yeah. You're sort of waiting for the perfect opportunity. Yeah, I have a few. So I like every time I think of jokes that, like old me would tweet, I write it and save it as a draft. And swimmers ear is one of what? Is it do you think Ross from friends ever? Good swimmers ear. Yeah. That's exactly what it is. I must have had that somewhere in the back of my brain. I don't think we both came up with Schwimmer's year. Let's see if anybody's tweeted swimmers ear before feeling that it must they must've that's one that's one of the reason why it wasn't enough to break. The Twitter seal. You know what? Alex watt in twenty eleven are what swat said, if you think it sucks having swimmers ear just think of how awful, it must be to have Schwimmer's knows so that's pretty close. Close and dare I say, more clever. No, no way. Well, actually, you could say. You could say. I guess it might be more clever, but I feel like it takes a longer. Walk might appeal to the masses. Yeah, I will say it doesn't have any likes because he tweeted it like ten years ago. Maybe before you was even working at college humor. I also remember that I thought that I came up with the pun, huge jacked man for Hugh Jackman, but I searched on the internet and other people had done it. So this isn't the first time. It's hard to find a thing that, you know, other people haven't tweeted before. Yeah. That's why all might threats are maximum. Two hundred eighty characters stretched to the limit filled with words, nobody's heard of before spelled in ways that are impossible to decipher right? That way whenever you search him they have to be the only it's hard to search them though. Because there's no real words in there. Yeah, it's the rantings of a lunatic. That's right. Not unlike the manifesto, I wrote for Ross covered in spunk. All right. So you say ask her only if. Gets to be like this. She does it over and over if it's a one off. You never have to get to the bottom of. Yeah. I think as it stands now, let it go. But be finger on the trigger ready to ask, again next time you go down, and she laughs all right? Let's take a break. We'll come back with more questions and answers after these messages. Cool, thank you to squarespace, for sponsoring this episode of our show, white, right? Jake. There's never been a better time to turn your great idea into a new website. A why? No. And with squarespace. They have beautiful templates created by world class, designers ecommerce functionality. You can even buy domains through squarespace, but emir all the good domains are taken not all the good, ones, for example, kill knee dot com is available. I y so like in pottery, you use a kiln to heat up the clay. Right. Right. So what if there was a mascot of sorts named kill ni? So he's like. The Scottish guy K I L N E, Y K, I L N Y. That's right. A five letter dot com. That's your new about a portable device that five. Pottery. Okay. Kill NEA dot com months. Dump fuck dump truck. But fuck fuck. Okay. 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What if people told us to chop off our Dicks? Well for you would be really, really hard to even find the damn okay? I mean that's. It's like cutting hair that's smaller than a scissors, even get down there. Dude dude, really not cool. Say that I have a tiny peanuts. That's not. You were talking earlier about your micro bean. So I figured all bets were on. I was talking about it. I was talking about it. Sorry. It's kind of like how I can make fun of your micro Pena's, but you can't the opposite because I can. And you can't right right, right? The URL again is Yellowhammer fund dot org. So do it donate, what you can fight the power damn the man in this case, the, the men because it was about a twenty four angry white male senators in Alabama, that pushed the Bill through to a female governor who signed it. The hell is that damn that's it's all her fault? If you're still kind of sexist you can blame the female governor while you donate to Yellowhammer funds work, that helps guys should we answer some more questions. I just want to. Here's my unsolicited advice. If you, if you are anti or if you're pro this Bill in Alabama, you should put that in your tender, hinge bio. That should be part of your bumble out yourself. Yeah. I think I think you really shit like you should be public facing with that shit. And you should suffer the consequences. Yeah. Or maybe find someone that agrees with you and the, the governor. Oh, that's interesting. You're saying go on a date with the, the septagenarians governor of Alabama on a no, she's available or whatever, because she be terrible. She could be a single. We don't really know that about her. I could see that I can really see that actually will. Well, yeah. That's my unsolicited advice. Speaking of southern ladies, here's a question from southern lady. We'll call her bell as a southern Belle with do it. The reason, I'm writing is that I find myself in a bit of a predicament for demographic info on a twenty seven year old woman woman, medium attractive Christian. I know you guys are Jews so you don't get it. But I love Jesus. I'm not a crazy person. I voted for. Hillary, but I've never had a boyfriend if you have any solutions to that problem hit me with them. But the main thing, I'm wondering about is that whenever I meet a guy like literally every time even if the situation isn't romantic I- assessor compatibility in very quickly. Find myself imagining what life is together, even if I'm not that into my have to play out the scenario if I do like the guy act like a normal human being albeit one whose bad at flirting. But in my mind, I keep picturing us living happily ever after. I know that this is completely illogical, but does it make me a total psychopath? Is this dare? I ask normal behavior. I need to know. This is cute daydreaming or five crossover. Full delusional psycho territory and advice, you have would be greatly appreciated. She's saying, she pictures, marrying people. She goes on a date with, and she's wondering if that's normal. Yeah. Not even date with even in situations that aren't romantic at all. She meets a guy and then she imagines what life would be like together. Yeah. I mean, that's truly all I used to do when I was single and did it affect your dating behaviors or did you sort of suppress, those thoughts forever, and ever it probably affected. My dating a little bit. I feel like it doesn't really make you a great date partner. If, if you're like vacillating between committing to someone forever or ghosting them, so, yeah, I it, it probably makes you a little hard to pin down. Yeah. Is this something that you can wish you didn't do? Like, would you say it's not helpful? Can you actually convince your brain not to think thoughts before you think them is that how it works think I mean, we'll personally, I think. No, but I think what you can do is like, recognize what your brain does. So, like, if I saw someone on the street and I was like, oh, that person could be my wife. I was able to like communicate with myself and be like. There you go. Jake, you're being crazy again. And then like keep on walking. I it's not like I ran across the street narrowly avoided being hit by a bus got down on my knee, or even like tried to talk to any of these people, I think, all you can do is recognize your quirks and weirdness and be like and just kind of keep it in. Yeah. It's hard to convince your brain not to have thoughts. The only thing you can do is not act on those thoughts until this thought stop being thoughts to begin with. Yeah, it's taking. It's the taking actions based on your thoughts. That makes you crazy person. Everybody has crazy thoughts that you can't control. So it's not crazy. You're not a delusional psycho. Is it cute daydreaming? Yes. Wow. I'll say it's cute daydreaming. Yeah. I don't know all stopped short of cute. Daydreaming. It's a little weird yet. But I mean it's, it's a little weird. It's weird to the point where you would wanna tell someone that you were fantasizing about it. Yeah. But not to the point where I'm like you should stop doing. Yeah. Yeah. Okay, so it's fine as long as you don't tip your hand. But maybe it is making you act a little weird around people. But again, I don't know how to get you to stop thinking things. Sometimes your brain is more powerful than your brain. How do you convince a thinking brain not to think you're, there's really no escape you distract it? It's kind of like saying, don't think of a purple elephant. And of course you have to think of purple elephant. I'm no me nothing at all. All right. So don't think don't think do not think do not think of a really small green giraffe. Okay. Just don't think of one. Okay. I didn't. All right. Don't think of me with frosted tips, do not do that. I actually I was able to not do that to this is crazy might be the smartest guy in the world. I feel like everybody that's listening to this show right now. Probably think of all that stuff. Yeah. I think you did too. I think you're the biggest liar in the world. I don't think it will ir. I think the free and manned. I didn't think I didn't even remember what you said, I couldn't think of it a cool is that I think are such a big liar. You lie to yourself. Let's, let's try to answer the next question. I feel like you're getting short. I think you look at yourself and you you're, you're to even afraid to tell yourself the truth. I think you're lying yourself. I think you stare at yourself and you don't even recognize the person that's looking back, and you don't even wanna do in deep introspection, because you're a freight of what's in there. You're, you're willfully, ignorant and stupid about yourself because you're a liar near a criminal to you. Let's just try to finish up the podcast before you're still something you're doing before. You say something you regret. I don't regret voice as other. You can't take back. I'm encouraged I'm in power to actually say this to you to confront you about it because you're, you're zero. You're an absolute zero man. You're an invisible man. You're not even a man your vessel. The beautiful dies of the window to the soul. You have no soul. You have no is disgusting. It's a beautiful acceptance speech for your latest journey. So. Appreciate that. And yeah. Congratulations again. Yeah. Episode swimmer swimmer script the with the come that, that cut the pages glued Schwimmer's cracking up the Schwimmer's ear got the golden, Mike this episode. I brought it on alleyoop but I slam dunked it, and I brought it home and I brought an I brought it down. I said, Schwimmer's ear, and you said, I think I have a tweet like that my draft. You're getting them the trophy for that. I get the golden Mike for Schwimmer's ear. That was one hundred percent. My I p p you never you never posted it. And then I found a tweet that predates that it was about Schwimmer's knows that tweet that tweet swimmers ear existed, swimmers ear is mine it existed before you, I brought it up after you, your draft your sandwiched in the middle was was an incomplete attempt at the joke, which you think nets you the award your anger, and I get what you get attorney and it has nothing to do with swimmers ear your Turkey has to do with you. Brimming with hatred for your co host and coming up me during the second half of the podcast when I really think we're having, we're having one of our better shows, I had a great time this episode and your salary with your dour mood. All right. If that didn't happen before any of that. Did you have in mind, who you thought would be winning the golden Mike and who would be getting the Turkey? Yeah. I did. And I thought you were on the line to get the Turkey from the get go from the jump. Of course. I know that favored for the Turkey. Yes. Over the course of the app in the first half of the show. I knew I had secured the golden Mike with Schwimmer's year secure that I had secured it and secured it. You know that you, can, you can win the golden Mike and the Turkey in the same episode. Right. I did not know that 'cause it's never happened. So how would I know that? Well, I'm just saying even if I win the golden Mike, I'm on the hook I could still win the Turkey. So it's a little nerve racking. And I thought that you were probably going to come away with the Turkey because you've had kind of epic streak in that regard. But I wasn't going to like no preconceived notions. I was just going to do the pod and, and. And let the fall where it may. And then you sort of turned the second half of the show into. I like your own personal soapbox for some kind of vendetta that you have against me. And I don't think that's think you don't think me getting the Turkey award. The ward for shitty nece podcasting for by the way, six years now, this is our sixth year anniversary show today, and you can have given me, a single golden Mike to honor it. Don't get me wrong. I think it sucks that you've won the Turkey every single episode. I think that must weigh heavy on your conscience. It does. I don't like that. I'm I'm bummed. There have been episodes where I tried to take the Turkey off your hands. So I can put it on my mantle. In solidarity with you, but somehow no matter how low is set the bar you can limbo underneath it. Silly laughing. What's silly? Really? No, it's not actually think it's funny. I know you think it's funny. You laughed you laughed at me. Right. So, yeah, I know that you think it's funny and I know you think I get a kick out of it as all say, don't think it's sad is say you off. It's sad. That I'm never one. It's not. It makes you happy. You're gloating I'm not gloating. I think it's funny that. It's funny that we've come to this that and I think it's unfortunate at the same time I think it's sometimes. Galloway humor, if Gallo Dahmer's just like, wow, look at the shit. We're in, I can't I can't host the podcast with the guy without him coming away with the shittiest podcast award. Here's where we are. You know, like it's just it's just a dark sensibility, that I think people like about me, and that's why when the golden Mike all the time to. Yeah. We have we have one last question answer. If you wanna get to sure, whatever. Hey broS writes, Theodore, guess, sure I'm stuck. You're saying I could still win a goal the Mike for this upset in addition at the turn. No, I already won the golden Mike for Schwimmer's year. Yeah. Yeah. You said you can win attorney in additional golden, Mike. You minutes ago you on the Terni only want breach. Of course, I've won two golden mikes couple. What rules are meant to be broken, obviously. But I don't think there's episodes as our world where I is there a world where I answer this one, so funny, and I got a golden make an addition to yours and a world. I mean, those rules was that's on the table as far as me believing that you can thrive under pressure, and deliver it and like take it home. There's no there's no chance of that happening. It is a snowball's chance in hell as it were. But let's give it a shot. My parents bought me a set of tools for work for my birthday awhile back. And I thought I really liked him rights Theodore. Okay. But. You've never said Han. Okay. Mid question before. So it's a little bit threat. Yeah. Yeah. But after using them daily for a couple of months, I realized they were. I realized they were the wrong choice, wrong choice. Yeah. I'm just trying active. Listen for the first time ever. Yeah, by the way, happy, six years, I went to get a different set. But I. But I don't wanna parents to get annoyed at me since they cost a decent amount of money. Also the new guy at work. So if I get new tools again, they might make fun of me. Let should I do should I say fuck ever wanted by new tools or keep the ones I have until they need replacing? So my parents don't get upset with me best regards Theodore o k where does this guy work? That needs tools construction worker, a tattoo, pretty cool. Yeah, a chef either way. It's awesome. Either way you work with your hands, and that's cool. And I guess dating new tools is embarrassing to him for some reason. I think just maybe it sounds like there's sort of like a blue collar work mentality were, like, hey, a hammer is a hammer and this guy's like come to work now with his first set of tools, than new tools, and now he wants to new tool. So like in the in a few weeks just got three different sets of new tool. Yeah. But as a guy who bought three different cuss. Custom miniature figurines of my dungeons and dragons character. There's really no. Shame in a new tool. Yeah. I think you could tell your parents that you gave your tools at work to somebody else who needed new tools, and then you buy. That's cool new tools. You could also actually do that. So it's not even alive. If you find somebody, and you say, hey, I don't really like these, they're not, it's not my style want new tools, and then they'll say, yeah, and then you get new tools for yourself. So that gets you off the hook with your parents who are not offended that you switched the tools on them. And then all you have to deal with being known as the new tool guy. And in that regard, you can say I got to a bar fight. Some guy stole my fucking tools. Do you have your tools at a bar? I honestly can't leave my home without a wrench and you got to fight and lost and someone's. Yeah, I got a screwdriver with my screwdriver and some guy. Hammered me with my hammer. I actually got hammered with my hammer, I add a screw driver with my screwdriver wrench into the whole sticky situation and you stick the landing, I. Lost my tools, quite frankly, you would say and I'm just trying to level with the area go K trying to drill. The point home is this is why I have the golden Mike. I came up with the premise. I came up with a hammered. I did the screwdriver and the wrench. You said, let me level with you, which isn't necessarily part of every tool box. And then you exclaimed yourself the winner of the golden Mike. Why won the golden Mike for swimmers ear? I'm just saying that you don't have to stick the landing consistently follow through the entire bit to think of one and what was the last one drill. What was it? You got drilled at the end or something drilling. The point home. Yeah. Drilling. The point home. Yeah. Which is not really a bar or fight. I think you just sort of thought of another one. I think I'm nailed it nice. You all right? I'll give you that one. Yeah. I get not part of a tool kit. But sure. Definitely. Yeah. Those for shows fine for she. Yeah. I did think Schumer's here. So, yeah, I think that like, in a way being like these tools don't work for me makes you almost like more of a professional, don't you think like I'm so good with tools that. I can I can tell the difference between like good tools and bad ones ones that worked for my work style and ones that don't like if I went golfing. It wouldn't be I wouldn't know the difference between really nice clubs or shitty clubs. But, like a good guy would. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I think I think that makes you even more of gives you more thorny to have an opinion. No shame. No shame. All right. Thanks for listening. Thanks for writing. And thanks for the theme songs if you have your own questions, your own theme song submission, send it all to if I were you show at G L dot com. The opening one was written by Gus Rachel's. That's close at one is written by teddy weeks. Thanks to Gus and teddy weeks. Tickets still available our show in Chicago is now less than a month away. There's about one hundred tickets left. So if you get ahead dot com slash live. You can see the sick new poster. We made. Yup. And then you could buy tickets to a fire you, NAT pot. I believe sold out. So come hang out with us in Chicago. So you guys there, and we'll be back next week, Chow everybody. Please. Back on. Louis. That was a hate them podcast.

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Talking "Friends" With ALEXANDRA HOLDEN

The Laugh Track With Gerry Strauss

33:32 min | 1 year ago

Talking "Friends" With ALEXANDRA HOLDEN

"She is one of the coolest people you'll ever hope to meet. And she had one of the coolest job ever as playing not only a David Schwimmer Aka Ross's college aged girlfriend, but also Bruce Willis daughter on friends Alexandra Holden, I'm Jerry Strauss, and this is the laugh track. Do. You need your weekly comedy, fix. Relaxed while we visited the Sitcoms, you love the joke. You remember the characters you will never forget and the stars that bring them to you. Sit Back. It's the laugh track with Jerry Stri. Welcome to laugh track with Jerry drowsy. Is I I of him? And you guys are here and I thank you so much for it. We've got another fun one for you this week before we get to it. I want to remind you. Of course that are brand. New facebook group is in full swing. We're welcoming a new members each and every day and we're building this community. We're in this together. We're all just a bunch of TV. geeks acting gigs of people who just want a bit of a break the same reason we watch. 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We've got coming up with people that are part of maybe the most memorable and everlasting. In Sitcom history I'm talking about friends. People! Who have had memorable amazing careers still say that their most recognized for their work on friends, because that show is still so strong, so powerful and so popular, and we're going to kick that off here today. As we talked to someone who had the awesome experience of not only playing a girlfriend of Ross geller meaning, she got to work face to face, so to speak side by side with David Schwimmer and Jennifer Aniston and of course, the gentleman who came into play her father. For several episodes on this shows well the legendary Bruce Willis. It doesn't get any cooler than that, so let's talk all about it. Let's hear all about it. It's Alexandra. This week on the laugh track. Thank you so much for joining us. How are things going on your end? Everyone's got kind of a different story at a different scene these days, but how you holding up I'm holding up. Okay? It's a little crazy making, but just living like a hermit. You know putting out at home. Everybody's safe and healthy so I can't complain too much. You're. Listening you know you're apart of. You will the workers France which is probably go down as one of the most watched shoes generation after generation all time. Your it's your world sexually. But, but I want to go back to the beginning. Process of Department show. Up Show where it was already such oster sound like side characters. Couple seasons. They had no idea. were. France was already. Had to feed it that much harder to addition for that much harder to get the job. How did you? Will I just got the call from. My agent manager that I. Just. Of. It was the casting director and I had been into read her for other projects prior to that so I knew her a little bit, so that was a really easy audition. The casting and it went well, and they have become back and read in front of the producers, which was a little bit more nerve wracking, but again when will. And I was feeling pretty good about it, but I wasn't sure war. It was GONNA go further a little bit too much time had passed where I thought. Oh, well I guess that's not going to pan out, but I got a call that they wanted me to come back and do a chemistry with David. And I was super nervous about that especially has. told me that they needed me to come in looking as hot as possible. And I didn't even know what to make of that or what that meant. I mean I spent so many hours. You know going through every single thing in my closet trying one on after another and other it was you know I fretted over it for sure. But once I got in the room and you was there it just it went super smooth, and the nerves went away and seen just rolls, and I walked out. At Out I was right. My pollen it was on. It's. It's it really is a sign of how I. You mentioned. That will just hottest us. Sure a genuine you. Are. Probably so. Would request. That's very true. Yeah, it was. It was a different time. Yeah, no! Shoes Shows felt. Slow. Fred's. Your character. Your. Six the season. Student. College. Two. were. Show. By another, guest star. Yet. Lewis. I didn't know until I think the Wednesday of the week that we shot that episode. So. Yeah he was not cast the first couple of days that we went into rehearsals for that, and that was my third episode so all I knew when I. was that I was just GonNa. Do a one episode. I had no idea that it was. It was going to be an are or that. It was going to be a recurring character. I would just find out at the end of the week. If I was having back so yes, so the one with Elizabeth Ross Needs Elizabeth's Dad. We went into her her and. Cast yet, and there was all kinds of rumblings about who is GONNA BE? New wanted to stunt cast it. They wanted somebody big, but nobody knew and everyone was sort of you know trying to guess at. Your come up with ideas than that Wednesday I was in my dressing room in between rocking scenes, and I got not on my dressing room door. It was like Bang Bang Bang Bang Bang and I went, and it was David and he was like bouncing off the walls. Like did you hear? Did you hear? Did you hear WHO's GonNa? Be Your father and I was like no and you just like Bruce. Willis and he was so excited and then he went like bounding off down the hall. I mean when the way knock on my door. I thought it was a fire or something you know. No! I was thrilled and I wasn't the only one I. mean it was everybody was really excited, you know. Thought about it. Was the little bit of a benefit. I remember earlier. Series there's definitely at least one episode where a big focal point from guys was watching. The dying hard rain. That is funny. That is funny, yeah. Schools. Just finding out about it. What was that experience like? You're already. Stars world. Outcast Fred's so. Necessarily Shadows everybody he's just another surprise. If hitter that have been directly. was. Yeah it was. It was intimidating I mean he is such a huge star, but he couldn't have been nicer. Or more generous. As an actor. So he felt like he went out of his way to put me at ease. But he's definitely like. Mr Cool Guy I mean he is just. It's funny that the episode where you know the one where Paul's mad, because Bruce Willis embodies that. Let's. Talk notes. This is where we already. Already been his car. All is your dad. Find Out. quickly. Real this relationship you. Set up where we go the episode that that you choose I really dive into. It was great wants. Thank you for that. A. Lot of a lot of fun to be had by by you by David Schwimmer by Bruce Willis it just kind of brought everything in early Zandt House. So this is a as you said the what we're. What you second episode of Season Six. SOBIA right in. The Middle Show. The show is very much already. The top show a world probably knows exactly what it is. The characters are. Not In show had. A get, it's. Got Past. Quite Will for this. Kind of had to get over the hurdle of Ross's hesitation of having a relationship with you because of the age difference. And the fact that he could potentially be in a lot of trouble for having this relationship with a student was part of the faculty and Cetera, etc. How much fun in general was it? Play off of each other between you David Schwimmer? Because he you know, there's so many different versions of loss over the yen serious. There's the absolutely insane. There's the shy and what's we get to you? It's kind of. He's come into his own. What he's still got that sort of worried kind of erotic quality to him that maybe peak off. If you think about it and that's the Ross that you've got so, how much was it to kind of establish that dynamic? How it was so amazing, I mean David is. Such an amazing actor to work with and so different from the Ross character that really surprised me. Actually use much more subdued and thoughtful in real life, which makes sense to me, and of course he's not gonna any. Nobody's actually like cross right. Or maybe they are I. Don't know But, yeah, I just loved it and I. I love that Even though Elizabeth was the much younger person in the relationship, she was the more mature one in a lot of ways She took charge. Yeah Yeah Yeah and it was so much fun that was cut of the first leg of the journey that was short-lived relationship between the two of you getting. Sort of just the serfs that he had together now you're going to go for it now. There's another hurdle of course four of your father. WHO's Paul Who's frigate Bruce Willis? Bill, but regardless in this episode he lays down the law in the beginning, says he not approve of the relationship, and he threatens to call the university have Ross fired if the relationship. So that's kind of where we start off, and we'll hit some of the other things not in the episode that don't actually her tape to at Ross, but this is definitely the big big story line of the episode. You guys decide to ignore that ultimatum and continue the relationship and head off to grandmother's cottage for the weekend, and of course, this is a Sitcom, so that's not gonna go well. Rain! We're GONNA have a WHO incidental eat up. Here were also seeing what what also developed is Paul started a relationship with Rachel. As y'all know played by Jennifer Aniston of as y'all know Ross's long time x now friends, but other in sort of beard. Hiralal not even a triangle, but a square. Her roses now? If it wasn't uncomfortable enough now, his Ex's eating his Carl Hart, Dad. Who happens to hate him and to make things worse? They'RE GONNA head down to the grandmother's house as well for the weekend, not knowing Elizabeth and Rosser there as well. You also got to share some screen time in sort of a parallel situation which Jennifer Aniston, the mixed. Yes was what was that like I was so impressed with her like it was such a pleasure to work with her I was I. Admire her so much as an actress like she could make any line work, she could do a a line ten different ways, and it would still play in the scene. It was really incredible to watch her, and it was so much fun. The four of us I just loved the hijinks of all of us being there, and you know the the blocking of that in the entering and the exit running up stairs, these stairs that coated nowhere, and it was just it was incredible. Should've been of a direction was like at old school like three's company kind of scenario, which you didn't often see that level of physical comedy along with everything else on France because usually everything is confined to an apartment or whatever, but there was a lot of kind of running around and hiding back and forth. was very far light. That we're talking about. Now. What else do you remember about the episode as far as? I was curious about out. South seen. Are you guys filming? Everything brought to the studio audience within high where you had to fill things separately with him, like was he on your schedule or was it like a special? Willis? Now is on the regular schedule. I mean if I remember correctly. I don't think he came in every day for rehearsal all day. The way that we did but on the film, Fridays, he was there. And it was front of the studio audience, and it was pretty intense and the episode prior where we first meet throughs Willis I introduced him to David and he and I have to enter. We walk into central perk together, and the crowd just went wild, and it was so thrilling like you know because here I am walking in with him in the rows, going nuts, and it's like Oh, that such reme-. Internet now for me. But yeah, the audience just ate it up that he was there. And so you definitely would have snakes more pauses while everyone you know at their hooting and hollering out. That brings up an interesting point general experience being on this show. What was the studio audience from your experience? Because now we're at a point where I have to feel like these people who've probably been on a waiting list for unser years. Just get here. It's like this very elite opportunity to be a part of the most coveted seat in studio, audience the land at this point wars. What was that energy like you guys for press they. They must've been so excited just to be there. Yeah, it was a lack I. mean the. MEMBERS WORST THRILL There and they laughed so hard and. Applauded even harder I mean. It was really it was remarkable. Absolutely electric in there and it it. It really fuels your performance. You know and it put some pressure on you because you don't want to let the audience now. Just to cut a go through a little synopsis of what happened with your guys characters, you go to the cottage for the weekend. Elizabeth your character leaves to go buy some condoms again very mature booth. Yes, the leadership role take the rates here. Rachel and Paul suddenly turned up forcing Ross to hide, which is of course, the beginning of this farcical three's company like scenario where he ends up having to hide and I really noticed watching the scene where he is trapped in this bedroom. And all comes in Bruce Willis. He comes in and Ross. David Trimmer he doesn't do the normal thing where he immediately like knives under the bed, he just kinda backs up you, let's let's as well as you. Let's Paul kind of do his thing for a minute while he's standing there staring at the back of his head, and then he kind of just troops down like. In a very Ross Lakeway, but I thought it was I thought. That was so hilarious that he was just like well. Of course, this is happening. I missed the physical. Was Really Brilliant I mean yeah. He just like led his knees. Go weak in kind of collapsed. His physical comedy was just so top notch. I mean it was. So brilliant it because it's over the top and grounded at the same time. It's always unique and different so. Clever and creative about everything he does, and then speaking of clever creative in different. This is where we get to meet. Maybe the real Paul because now. He's got Rachel waiting for him, and he has kind of a you know as they say a come to Jesus moment where he has to look himself in the mirror and try to psych himself, clearly, the confidence issues that he is not lead on because all we've seen from Paul is like you said the cruel. The coolest guy in the room Bruce Willis basically the Bruce Willis that we, we a soup Bruce Willis. In real life. That's all right right. Now, he's showing showing us when no one else could see. Him is lack of confidence. He's talking to himself. He psyching himself up. You say come on Paul, you can do it has himself at the mirror and say I have. Your. Sincerely try. Zip Self. Nine. Good. Were you. Watching this. You know not just impersonal. Suck. Again. Oh. Yeah, people were just going. For that it was it was brought down the house really. It was, it was so great. I mean I. Love is love to be there. For the rehearsals tubes I got to see it over and over and over again and just to watch he David play off each other when David then mocks him. It was so brilliant run. That's. You know gauzes on. All catches you guys read. Tells Ross. Perot. Even slyly, Hey I. Your. Own only. Know. All. Wooden Jennifer Aniston they're. Background. Thing that. What's to have you know? Yeah. Definitely I mean it was so funny to watch. It was really hard not to crack up. Of that was. You. Were you at Ross. The? Level that you're able to show with each other that this is a quality relationship. That's what set up stakes. Right so. That was. Thank you, yeah, I only wish that the story could have continued of wish. We would have got another episode to see what happened the rest of that again you know. That's another set maybe. Take US later or closer to now be able to get. Well. Enjoy You. Know look real quick of course Fred's. Cast six so while this is going on interchangeably, we had such go about Joey. was trying to get his picture up in a local. instead mistakenly of taking out the ultra odors wife. Thought, he was just taking out random employee on the date, so he a picture up on the wall instead he added to. To. Be of of the establishment there, so that was his deal and then. You know we also had another plot where phoebe Rachel go to this. find out that they have. This gallery could be hired for weddings, so bought L.. Put Reservation, for two years down the road for Henschel wedding. Any of them were engaged by that point and they'd have the reservation. Call Cups in to the apartment that there was a cancellation. And that could actually have it much sooner. Which Chandler. Here's which income the thought is that he is now freaking out because he scared of. Everything, and then the big reveal. The end of course is that he's. Totally cool with it and he's planning host so big. Ford shows well a really pivotal episode. What a few that you! Would you say I? Know You pick this one? For some specific reasons, because there is so many funny, cool things that happened in it overall. Would you say this is the favourite episode that appeared? Yeah. I think it's my favorite. Because I had the most fun doing it like you said that Monica and Chandler getting together. Really was such a big moment in the show, and I feel really honored that I was a kind of a part of that. At this point, people just love these characters look. Beyond anything else, that's almost like the criteria that they had to be using to prayed on anybody even on a temporary basis to be relationships with these people as they also had to be people that. Those friends fans would passionately. Welcome as part of the story so I think that's a huge compliment. You not only to be able to get the GIG but to be able to be so well remembered as part of it. I mean like I said. You're part of that infamous ten year whatever it was storyline that his friends like forever, yeah? Thanks Jerry Feel good. I mean. Do you still obviously early hitting on one sliver of your career? Is this the role that you're most? For that. You Feel Oh look at as when they that they that they talked to you about the. Ask about. Definitely I'm I'm still I get stopped. Quite regularly and you know this is a long time ago. Now it was the year two thousand that I shot those episodes so twenty years ago and I still get people coming up to me. I mean it's maybe more popular than ever now you know it had that long. Run A net flicks that really helped it out but Yep People love it, and I get recognized or at all the time and people. Are you know genuinely excited to meet me and? I. Don't know but but. Did Not. You I'm standing outside your door right now and. I hope you have a mass in gloves dust. Yeah, well, of course, we're sixty social distancing. Right. Yeah, but I'm so honored that I was part of it is definitely a highlight for me. That's us. You know. I gotta say I just love I. I've yet to record episode or anybody yet. As part of the show, that doesn't have that attitude for the projects they were a part of I'm so glad 'cause abs scared of the person who's. I don't WanNa talk about said. You know maybe when I get to screech from saved by the bell like it'll be a different problem. I just flat. This show that you. Continue to look at is like a blessing as part of your. Absolutely. Yeah. Are! Look. We're not actually going to encourage people to help to your property to come to your. Okay, so. But I do want to ask. You is their Eddie way out there in the social media space, or otherwise where people had or you'd like people to keep up with what's going on with all things. well I do have instagram, and it's at Hey Alexander Holden. I'm not super. Holistic on there. I get nervous about posting about my. Personal Life. I never know what to pose or is she? Should I post this poster that? But but it's it's there. It's out there even though I'm not I'm not as super poster. I do I have a friend of mine and I. We do a Improv sketch comedy thing where we play several different characters and that. At out, underscore of underscore luck show. So that's on Instagram as well so I would encourage people to check that out if they want some laughs. We just do little postings three times a week, and you know just little mini mini sketches. report. So. Still get your Alexandra fix. 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The O.J. Simpson Trial: The Bronco Chase

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The O.J. Simpson Trial: The Bronco Chase

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Some things change some things don't. I. Michael Hobbs I'm a reporter for the Huffington Post I'm Sarah Marshall I'm working on a book about the Satanic Panic and we are on Patriae on at Patriotair, dot com slash about and there's lots of other ways to support the show, and there's also ways to not support the show. Also support the show spiritually by. Giving money to sex workers, yes, or whatever else you want to support, and we think that's chill and good you go and today. God. We're talking about like the biggest most anticipated television events in the history of this huck as we're finally talking about the infamous. Bronco Chase. We are I'm so happy. Don't you feel like we're soap opera that has arrived at a wedding or something thought. I would say feel like jumping the shark probably, but then I feel like at the end of this episode, people will feel. Satisfied or disappointed or whatever, and then look up and be like Oh, and then there is a trial to i. Love. To think back. Over his previous nine episodes that we've done. His. Tell me what you think are salient points well, we've followed Oj. Nicole's relationship, as it became abusive, and then more abusive, and then culminated in him, committing the murder of her in Ron Goldman. We've had Marcia Clark Prosecutor and in the passenger seat of this investigation, but is trying to reach over and grab the wheel. And when last we left the story, Oj was basically amassing a big legal team to start fighting this and I don't even know which episode we talked about this, but he had departed on the Bronco Chase with his friend AC cowlings planning to kill himself. And then they went to the place where Nicole was buried, but there were too many media there, and then he was going to kill himself in the car, but then a C- sort of saw him, and he decided not to. And that's where we left them. Sort of in the midst of this long, slow weird chase. where. They have been suspended for for a very long time. Yes, great summarizing and my plan after we're done with this episode to Take Heaven Okay Hiatus, and then pick up the story again in like a season two, and and so we're going to talk about what was going on in by credit gent's house. immediately leading up to the Bronco Chase Chris. We're going to return to one of our gospels. Which is the gospel of Paula and first of all bring us up to speed about his. Who Is Paula Barbieri and What do you remember about the way? Okay kind of said goodbye to her before the Bronco Chase again. Paul Zangari is oh. Jay's girlfriend, who he was seeing before the death of Nicole. He had basically decided to stop seeing her after all of this happened. I'm going to rewind and replay for you Paulo Barbie. Areas Goodbye scene with. As, cute depicted it because I want to compare it than what we learn according to a different source, so she says AC hands her late two thousand dollars in cash, and he says okay wanted me to give you. This C- can get on a plane and go home and OJ's walking Paula out to her friend. Tom's cheap and Paul is saying I love you I love you. I'll be there. There for you OJ opened. The keeps passing here door gentleman to the end I thought grimly, and closed it after me. I held my hand up to the window and okay, but his long fingers up to mine then Oj, said goodbye to me in a way I'd never want to hear again. He reminded me of a boy I'd known back in high school the class. Valedictorian rock-solid Kris Kin. Whenever okay claimed that almond cheated I'd point to that young man as proof that he was wrong. Now you promised me something okay, said through the closed window. You promise me that you'll get out of California and go back to Panama City and Mary that guy back home, and then the car pulls away. It's Very Casa Blanca, isn't it? It is so okay we are now going to turn to an American tragedy by Lawrence Schiller, which I am very excited to tell you use as many sources, and basically the book chronicling defense team, but is most essentially the Gospel according to Bob. Kardashian who is five Kardashian David Schwimmer. Okay for those who don't know what that means. He's OJ's friend who is a lawyer, but not like a lawyer lawyer and he acts as Oj's personal life coach throughout this and is like tangentially on his legal team, but is not like a key member of his legal team. Yeah, or he is like he in that he seems to be the one who is like Oh k.'s kind of buddy. Yeah, and he is Kim's dad also yes. Kim Kardashian. Yes, and he's the first Kardashian. He's like the Lilith. That's mom of Kurdish. I can tell you been on Don. Booth kick lately I really have. All Right Mike when you like to hear about the David Schwimmer Cameo in this really yeah. What okay, I shall read you now Jeffrey. Toobin is the run of his life which tells us. That Bob Shapiro is assembling a world class team of experts for the defense team in the week following the murders, and so he does this. wooing partly by flying them first class, putting them up and I believe the Beverly Wilshire Hotel. If Bob Shapiro wants you on his defense team, he will give you the experience that Richard Gere gives to Julia Roberts in pretty good. And so one of the things that he does to charm a medical expert that he's just flown in and is trying to get on the defense team that he takes him to be premiere of New Jack Nicholson movie called Wolf. Has a role played by a very young actor at the start of his career named David Schwimmer. So satisfying to now, yeah. And then David Schwimmer will of course go on to play, Bob Tashin Ashen and the people vs OJ Simpson the Ryan Murphy, show and the world will go on to forget the existence of the movie wolf entirely. Okay, so American tragedy. Be Lawrence, Schiller. Book Has Auguin Paula Barbieri standing in the side yard, holding each other I want you to leave Simpson said she was carrying defiant. I'm not leaving. I don't want you to see this look. I didn't do this thing. I love you and I want you to stay strong I'll be alright AC has money to get you back to Florida. They gave her the money. And robuck says Paula was crying wouldn't get in the car AC given the money and get her out of here Simpson, said angrily her dashing and cowlings half escorts. Half bodyguards got in the car. It was embarrassing. Paula is depicting her phone. Okay is having this fairly prolonged sweet moment where he's like. You remember that guy you told me about back. Home Hind Him Mary him instead and in this version. Okay is basically trying to get rid of her. But which one do you think is more plausible I am inclined to believe the substance of what Paul is saying, but maybe not. That happened so nicely as depicted. You know he's like he's been pretty heavily sedated this week, right? He's not making a ton of sense. He's seeming kind of affect plus. It's interesting. That Paul writes a scene where he's able to really like show up her right, but on the other hand he's historically. Kind of thing kind of on autopilot so like. Seems likelier to me that like the man writing a book about like the defense team who seemly. Very uninterested in Paula. Generally like she's barely depicted in this lifetime, we're ready to believe that lay it happened, but that like Polish version of it makes that may be nicer than it was. Yeah, or they had that conversation two days previously, and she's sort of poured into the scene because it's like its narrative, more convincing that way. That's true, too. That happens a lot in the way that we remember things like. We unprompted, will I think subconsciously kind of stick together parts of different memories to make a coherent story kind of depicts the whole of a relationship. And if she's giving herself that moment at all, inaccurately than like whatever. Sure Yeah, let's talk about what happens after Paula leaves. Okay all right, so it's Kim seventeen. O K has been staying in Bob. Kardashians House that we because the media doesn't know where it is, and so they can't find him surveilled him. He left his house on Rockingham when he when he realized it was possible for the Media Lake take pictures of him and other people through the windows in the house early. So the morning of Friday, the seventeen, the house is woken up by Bob Shapiro calling to talk to Bob Kardashian. The two BOBs are conferring Bob Shapiro says I've got bad news. They should arrest warrant for Oj. He has to surrender by eleven and. Bob Crashing by his own account as like. You want me to tell him. And appears like. Why don't you wait until I got there so bob? Kardashian tells his Fiancee Denise who tells me. CHICAGO AC to sort of get someone. Around have like a cooling effect on because AC is is okays best and oldest friend. Also, is like. Why don't you get the guns out of the House Bob? Like, yeah I agree it's all kind of darkly funny. Because in this is an implicit acknowledgement, that OJ hasn't insane temper and could blow up and do something violent and impulsive, which is exactly what he's being accused of the murder of Nicole very good point my. It's almost like an acknowledgement that OJ Yup could have done this like we kind of know. Yeah, what's what people seem to be describing is because this general, and maybe this fear that they themselves are not really trying to name, but just like Oh some various things could happen. Yeah, and so Bob Shapiro gets to Viper, Dash House. The two bobs are united, they like take their Bob Rings and put them together and early form. Yet, plead delivering bad news. And, then they go up to OJ's room and Bob Shapiro like okay. The police have called me and you're gonNA. Have to turn yourself in and according to her Dash Ian Oj. Dislike basically doesn't react. And Shapiro's like you're going to carry with double murder. And you have to surrender yourself by eleven o'clock this morning and it's like nine. And then. Bob Shapiro says. If you have anything you want to tell us okay. This is the time this is the last time you were going to be alone with your attorneys with no eavesdropping Oh and a hoarding to American tragedy. Okay says I've told you everything before I've got nothing to hide. And then he starts talking about how he can't understand why. They're not looking for other people. Obviously, these murders had to be committed by two people Yup Colombian drug traffickers favorites involved. We all know more convincing. The story it was the Colombian drug traffickers that are after famous nick and anyway so Bob Shapiro I mean well. How okay let's let's imagine you have. Bob, Shapiro's in this moment first of all congratulations and I'm sorry. What do you do if you like you? Go inform your client and you're like. The police needed to turn yourself in in a couple of hours. They're gonNA charge you with double murder. If you have anything to say to me before you go to jail where you probably will be held without bail. His. Please tell me now and if your client immediately is like I. Don't know why this is happening. Why are they looking for two people? I've already told you everything like what what do you do? I mean I struggled to put myself in the shoes of Baja. Just because so many. You wouldn't have taken this guy. Why would I be doing any? First of all, I would be trimming my eyebrows secondly. I would not be representing somebody like OJ. Simpson be massaging whenever they put into catcher's Mitts to make them supple. Face. I mean I don't know I. Mean isn't the whole thing with lawyering. That like you have to believe your client. Even if it's a little far fetched well, yeah, I mean Bob Hero is not mandated to use it. Offense dictated by what his client says, and initially he's going to be like okay. What if we go for diminished capacity? That can work right like no. I need a lawyer who believes in my innocence, and like that is probably the most significant reason why Bob Shapiro gets pushed out and Johnny Cochran emerges as Oj's most important lawyer. Bob Shapiro alienates himself from OJ pretty early in the game by not being faithful enough to OJ's emotional reality is basically you know at this point you know. They spent a few days kind of talking I. Think he can gather that Oj is like very attached his version of events, and that it's like a integral to his identity that he's not bad guy lake that seems pretty clear, and so I think that if I were Bob Shapiro would be like I am not. Not going to try and take this thing away from you because your whole self has been built around it, but then I'm thinking like a journalist, right? That's what journalists do. I don't know if that's useful tool lawyer I mean this is basically me. Saying like if I were Laurie, that's what I would have done but I don't know if I would have been very lawyer. Yeah, that's where I am too so I. Guess we have a good job for yes, we are. So? Anyway Bob Shapiro chooses the option of accepting OJ's response, being and then being like I've got doctors and nurses on the way we're going to take some blood samples and some hair samples he is he kinda came his the subject which I feel like. Is there response of the person who doesn't know how to respond throughout time? Yes, as we remind ourselves every Thanksgiving and so also suddenly seems to remember something. Something and it's like I've got to take care of my kids. I have to make some calls, and then suddenly he does start acting as if he might be preparing to shake off this mortal coil. Oh okay. It's ambiguous because he could be preparing to go into jail, but he's also. He's writing these letters that are ambiguously suicide notes. They have some of the content of suicide notes, but they're not totally explicit. Before any of that happens though before, okay, writes these notes that eventually are going to be read to the American people later that day. Okay finds a tape recorder of Bob Kardashians, and he starts recording a message on. They're kind of like. How listen felicity with send cassette tape parallels? Take the beginning Garoppolo care. We have conscription of this in American Dragon I'm going to read to you from it. Okay, okay, says who boy I don't know how I ended up here. Who's apparently long pause? And then he says I thought I lived a great life. I thought I treated everybody well. I went out of my way to make everybody comfortable in happy. I felt very lonely at times in recent years and I. Don't know what it is I mean. I had a loving girl in Paula? My kids love me. Everybody loved me, but I don't know why. I was feeling so alone all the time. Liquid am I'm the juice whatever that means, but I felt at times like I was I felt goodness in my cell. I don't feel any goodness myself right now. I feel emptiness I. don't even know what I'm saying here and the whole tape is about ten minutes long. Thank you for not reading the whole thing. It sounds like Michelle just these like. Long monologues like these weird repeated phrases. Yeah, people are not very entertaining when they're in their ups. Yeah, and then he closes, he seems to kind of return to public. Okay at the end, he says. Treat everybody the way you want to be treated and know your friends share your pain with your friends. If I had made one mistake right now I'd realize that I didn't share my pain and I. think that's where I made my mistake. Oh, God he's remember me as the cues. Please remember me as a good guy. I don't want you to remember me as whatever negative, but might end here. What do you think about that so boring? It's like so morose and self pitying, and completely at the same time refusing to take any responsibility for any of his own decisions. Put in this place. Like why are you lonely I? Don't know because you beat your wife consistently for eighteen years to the point where she hates you and it's hard to spend time with your kids now. Why are you lonely because you have a history of having these superficial relationships with people that are just built around you being a celebrity and no actual trust in them? Yeah, you've created a cage for yourself and it's really lonely in this cage. Yeah, I, think it's like the authentic sadness of someone totally without respective. because. He's like I am so sad because of what happened. What's interesting? Is that like? Hey seems to be an anguish, but like there's no direct evidence of guilt, right? He's very sad about. He's like I. Don't feel any goodness in myself like I. Don't feel like a good guy and it's like. Yes, yes, not right now because you murdered people, so yes, that identity has been taken away from you, but that the reason. Reason that you're sad. That's what remorse is supposed to feel like. You're supposed to feel bad. It feels like evidence that he doesn't get it yet. You know that he's like this is about me. Read my pain and it's like It's not but like that's why you killed them in the first place. Yeah, because your emotions, however fleeting were bigger than like. To People's right to continue exist. It's also so funny how he's like man I I wish I would have talked about this more, and it's like it sounds like you talked about it a lot and that he was really boring to hang out with. Only. If only I had wind more. It's like no, you view wind plenty. Seems like the overwhelming experience of hanging out with you. If only I had called Kato. And then told football with me, and then talked over the football, and told every woman within five minutes I wanted to date how lonely I was like. If only I hit like leaned in harder to the like I'm lonely pitch yeah. Okay so okay, does this recording and then he kind of does start doing practical stuff like he calls Nicole's parents, and he's like I. Want you to become guardians of our children. The medical experts come and start examining. Because Shapiro wants them to photograph his body before he's taken into custody. Do you know why they're doing that? Though is that in case he's beaten by the cops. That's a really good guess No. That doesn't come up. What they're doing is trying to. Take photographs of his body to show that he is running haired, which they are going to argue is proof that he wasn't the assailant who killed Ron and Nicole God. Because thoroughly, how could there killer have escaped unscathed? Except for this big cut on his right finger, obviously the blood he was on his way home. Yeah, except for VAT. Ignore them. Ignore them right. This is what I like about Bob. Shapiro, though like when he takes a job, he's like. Thing boom. Let's get this defense team together. Let's fly people in and put them at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel Yeah. Let's do a second autopsy. Every henhouse Doghouse treehouse house for five hundred mile doing the Tommy Lee Jones. I watched that movie a while ago and I was like these matter and love. Okay so Oj the doctors come to give him a physical and Bob Kardashian. Ever be practical. Friend is like OJ. It's like almost eleven. You need to turn yourself into the police by eleven. How do you think Okay Simpson react I WANNA say negatively. Okay, says according to Card Actions Account. Why should I hurry? What can they do to me? But this is also kind the weird thing that like. They sent him a calendar. Invite for unrest rather than making an arrest. I mean this is what marshes been saying since day. One right that like why? Why are you being like well? If it's not too much trouble OJ, can we go ahead and a ding-dong arrested? For this calmed. We're talking about somebody who potentially killed two people. It's very weird that this is all he has to go there like pick up his lost watch or something. Yeah, okay, it's like the LAPD are my pals. They come use my tennis court. They ignore me beating my wife Right. The law has never applied to me before. Why should it be now? Yeah, and Bob Kardashian. Kardashian apparently says you're right. Take your time. What can they do like Yep, good point and watch appearance is like no J. Like we do like my word. Kind of means something like I would leave the police to continue to believe me like I work with them right so yes, we do have to get you there by eleven like I'm sorry to ruin the fun. And so okay apparently accepts this. And Bob Shapiro keeps being. Please hurry because he wants okay to arrive at Parker, sent her quote in his Mercedes well-dressed. Calm dignified. An impatient police contingent found them Encino. Oak would be hustled away in handcuffs. Common Criminal? No one was willing to say the words, but they hung in the air made yet. This is he understands it. This is a press event as well as a criminal justice event, you need to produce images that are congruent with innocence and the PERP Walk, which is bullshit in all circumstances. Yeah, talk about the PERP walk. Actually because some people don't hear those words immediately clear mental image this thing where they basically parade a suspect from like whatever one building to another as they're in the middle of the arrest process, and it's perfect. Perfect for allowing the cameras to shoot them like these are the Paparazzi photos. We always see of suspects being march one place to another right. This is not something that they do in other countries, and this is not something that America has done for a long time like this is something that is invented for the newspapers. This is not something that has to be a part of the criminal justice system, and so it's essentially the police being complicit in the production of images that imply somebody's guilt, which makes things much easier for prosecutors and. Bob Shapiro. I don't want my client to be front page of the newspaper. Looking like yes, quote unquote a common criminal. Yeah, and five Shapiro of course is absolutely right, and I love thinking about in the same way that I love thinking about Marcia Clark on the morning of June thirteenth. Being like my dusk is almost clean, and I feel like my life is like calming down. I have thinking about Bob. Shapiro on the morning. IMPUNE seventeen thing like okay, our J., really the last thing we want is for the staff to come and pick you up and for the media to yet images of you handcuff being taken into Parker. Center like that is the worst thing I can think of. Think there's no chance of some kind of nationwide media event that highlights coaches potential guilt. So anyway, they're. They're doing the exam. They're trying to keep the moved light. Bob Kardashian makes a joke that Reebok called and asked okay not to wear their shoes for the arrest Nice went Bob. No one laugh, so I love the Bobcar Nash Kato Kaylin the kind of like. Like member of a big family. Jokester holder together of things. You have the comedy waiters of our story yeah. The police call again, and they put the police on with Saul. Fairstein the psychiatrists. They also put salt facie in on the phone with Marsha. To be passing the phone to him and being like Saul wasting time, because as stuff and say they put the police on with Saul and he's like I. I can't give you the address and sorry and the detective solace talking to you says that they've issued an arrest warrant. So, that means you're harboring a fugitive right, so Bob Shapiro takes phone and finally gives them Bob cried actions address. And so the cops are coming now, okay, so we've got a hard deadline and like they've annoyed the police because the police want to have a press conference. And be done with it, and they keep having to put it off and so they feel that this is making them look bad, which it is yes, which it is. And also you know it feels like it's okay. Case denial right like he has to also be like. This isn't a serious matter. Right and at this point. Bob! Shapiro tells Bob. Kardashian like the cops are coming ghetto J. Ready. Get Him to shower. Put Him in a nice suit need to put him in the nineties pants that are way too big that everybody's. Make them like trustworthy. Some huge docker docker, so he sees off Paula and then Bob Kodak and finds Oh hey sitting in the room where he has been sleeping, which is. One of Bob's daughters rooms. This book doesn't specify I'm in the Ryan Murphy Show. It is Kim's bedroom picture. A lot of scrunchy is lying around. That's picture. The coronation convinces OJ's holding a gun and feels that okay is potentially going to commit suicide, and so he's like prey, which seems like a good hostage negotiator slash killing time tactic. Yes, and but it doesn't really seem to work and okay. Still talking about suicide finally Bob crashy and says look you know it's between you and God. I think it's wrong I don't think you should do this, but I can't do anything to stop you as he talks. Kardashian wonders why he is so accommodating. Why isn't he stronger? Why doesn't he go after the gun because he was played by David? But something else is at work, an iron sense of fatalism. Ok's looking at two very bad choices. Either he kills himself prayed action assumes, or he goes to prison, and into her unimaginable humiliation to a superstar athlete who feeds off massive Tangshan public disgrace would be unbearable, and then begins this absolutely weird sequence where Bob. Kardashian seems to be slowly trying to wind, okay down and talk him out of killing himself. By finding fault with all of the places, okay picks. In which to kill himself. So he's critiquing the logistics like don't do it there. I'll review some of the scene I Jason I'm going to kill myself in this room, and then Bob's like you can't. This is my daughter's room. That's fair, and then they go outside and he's like well. Maybe I'll do it here then he's like no. These bushes are too close to the house and then Bob is like okay. Let's a little. This is not funny, but it's darkly funny. Yeah, I feel like it is in the way of your. Go bomb courtesy. Courtesy Tashjian like he just has to do sex ridiculous stuff to try and play for time and like having a child who's late trying to run away and you're like. Don't forget to pack all these canned goods right? You'll never make it without, and you're like trying to figure out how to make the little suitcase too heavy for the right. Kerry and so they're like outside the house and Bob's like. Why don't you kill yourself in the yard out here that way? You'd be away from the house a little bit. And then okay, says I be baking in the Sun I. Don't WanNa Bake in the sun. And this point, he's actually kind of contradicting him. Who's kind of almost trying to talk him into it? He's like you're not going to be here. You're going to be God and your spirit will be gone. What do you care if you're baking in the scientists? And he's like I. Don't want to be baking in the Sun. Wow, and so they're like Okay Championship, contrarian ism or someone's like I don't want to kill us over this reason and you're like that's not that good of a reason. I. Guess feels like a moment of true friendship. Whatever else you can say about the contents of were like they keep walking around and then he's like. I'll kill myself there and then Bob's like no, that's like right in front of the picture window in the living room that way. I can't sit in the living room without thinking about you yourself. You can't do it there. On for a really long time. You Link I feel bad for laughing, but it's really weird. Right we'll. It's also very wise because my understanding. Is that what we know about? Suicide is much more impulsive than intentional, and so if you can delay somebody from killing themselves for like a night. The impulse passes right. He's like getting him through the moment. and Bob's like. Why don't you go to the Beller Church? She were married there and so he's like great all. Go there and kill myself. And so Bob Kardashian has been playing along to this point, but now that Simpson's like yeah, okay see, we'll take me there. Let's do this. Bob Is like no, we. We can't let this happen. He's like a see. We've got to stop him. And finally Bob kind of late gives it up to God. He's like you take care of macy like you're in charge now and then he's like. Let's all take pictures. What they're at. Disneyland would have an I think he's playing for time. I think dashing is. Pictures. And the next he'll be like ovaltine. You can't leave without. So they take these pictures now. Kardashian turns his back on his friend of twenty four years. A man should be allowed to kill himself or he wants to. He growls. kardashian walks upstairs to rejoin the doctors. The police should be here any minute. His last act as a friend is to leave the athlete alone to define his life as he wishes. And I believe you might know. It happens Max so, they take the photos. Kardashian goes upstairs and in the next thing they know OJ AC. You're gone okay. Yeah Hershey, and may have let his license lapse, but he's still enough of a lawyer to be like well. I wouldn't know anything about anything. That's fired in the last twenty minutes what? So then. They're gone. The police show up. There lay. We'd like to take okay, and now they look for him. They hand find him. They realize AC has gone to and then the news breaks that he's gone and let me actually. Let me share some video with you now. Who Okay so skipping ahead a little bit to win the White Bronco was first broadcast on the news. Because the first news helicopter to hind the broncos piloted by Zoe Marie Kapoor. WHO were experienced? Helicopter Journalists in La and helicopter journalism was apparently a pretty robust field there because. People in Los Angeles were used to televise car chases over and with something that I think people in the Los Angeles area where apparently used to time, but that nationally was weird for people and so is this kind of like novel thing where like something, from La, suddenly late jumps to a national experience which I guess also happens with like weird donuts and stuff. This was the first step in the path that led to those like Fox specials on like the most dangerous car chases or whatever Oh. Yeah, and and also you. You know the cops. Connor cops have been around for years at the time, but this is like the rickety roller coaster. We are now trapped on. Yeah Crime Entertainment Crime is entertainment, and also like the American viewers, love of sort of the communal viewing experiencing across news as a live event, and this is a really powerful example of this. Because this was he no I picked up by choppers in La Brian passed around the country. They was an NBA playoff game happening that you know what I'm going to show you that game. Being cut into by this Bronco Chase and keep watching it, and like the tiny TV, the picture in a picture, but it's very hard to form basketball and Paul that way. This is something that was deemed by various Turner's of of whatever switches need to be turned for this to happen where the being seen by what turned out to be an audience of ninety five million people on Whoa. That's a third of the country. Isn't that incredible? For context that you're super bowl. Audience was about ninety million. Wow, so okay. Simpson never made it to the Super Bowl, but if he had, he would have had a smaller audience than he had in this moment unbelievable. Do you have any memory of this? Because you were like eleven twelve? Okay, yeah, I remember my parents beckoning me to the TV to be like look at this I didn't know who O. J. Simpson was I had heard nothing of this, but I knew it was a huge deal because I remember. We watched it for like that evening. And what do you remember seeing what did? Did it look like it's just this very boring footage of car driving down the road with like this squadron of police cars behind it that in my memory or in a flying V, but I think they're probably not in real life I think at the time I thought he was going like sixty or seventy miles an hour, but I've since learned that he was going like thirty five or something that it was not a high speed chase. Yeah, it's funny that it's called a chase because I don't know forever, technically was. It's like right there. Following him. It's like a moving negotiation more than a real. Like speeding down streets, trying to shake them, it's a moving standoff right, but anyway. Yeah, so let's watch this. This is the Bronco case his American. You're a sports Fan Mike. And this is what you're watching. If you WANNA do one, two three zero. Three two one go. I racing basketball. It's a red team in eighteen. Box Green Special report special report that beautiful nineties. News Crack I. Love California Highway, patrol in pursuit of a white Ford Bronco and it might contain OJ Simpson and a friend. It's yet just helicopter footage of the car driving on an empty freeway. Remind you of because it reminds me of something very specific. Speed the movie speed. That's really not what you were thinking of. I was going to say. It reminds me of watching. The footage shifts September eleven and watching the news commentators talking as they're watching. Yeah, because you can hear them processing in real time what they're seeing what you're seeing right there, just having to talk through stuff and keep talking because that's their main job. Apparently I also love the weird in human speech patterns of announcers TV announcers during the. It's a car. It appears to be white. We think driving on a freeway. Here I'm. Shirley is we now have like what's five cop cars following behind him, and are they gonNA. Be Known for showing you know. It's funny because I that mental image to and I don't know why like how I am action that they're like geese. Yeah. There's no other cars on the freeway. If he were trying to wash this basketball game, I mean I can't even see the ball. And they just said OJ. Simpson's holding a gun to his head. Yes, so the public has a lot of information actually linking them. They're getting accurate information like what's being reported turns out. To be true is kind of weird for a situation like this. Who they think he's on the way to his mother's house. Okay, yeah, okay is talking to the police. And then these news anchors are being told that okay is saying. I WANNA see my mother. Take me back to Rockingham so I can see my mother. That's as demand. Man La's big. He's been doing for ages. K. So they're now. They're talking about spectators, and as we cut to a wider shot, you're GONNA. Start seeing people lined up. Pulled over and against that barricade that separates the different directions. They're pulled over and looking at Oj. Says people are getting out of their cars and waving at OJ Simpson. It looks like a parade, doesn't it? Yeah Ellen liquid that overpass DC that Oh. Yeah, wow, packed overpass. People watching slash waving. This brag has been going on for eleven minutes, which means that he had eleven minutes. To be hearing about this on the radio. See Look at all those cars. They're seeing it on TV. They're figuring out where OJ's going. Because they know where basically on the freeway he is, and they know that he's wants to see his mother, so you know. They know that he's going back to Rockingham presumably, so they know where he's going to be passing pretty much. She had like a marathon route or something. Yeah, exactly it's. It's like he's got the ball again right and he's running and he's he's got to. Wrong sport, but he's gotTA. Get home. You can hear people cheering very faintly in the background, and I don't even know if that's from the basketball game or the OJ putting. And so the argument that we're going to see about okay as a cultural figure, basically from this moment forward is white people looking at the fact that there are people in the black community who everyone can see on TV holding up signs encouraging okay to escape and going to the sides of the freeway, and trying to spot him and cheering in supporting him after these images are on the news this. This tidal wave of reactionary white pundits who were like this is wrong I see my high horse I'm getting it from the stable and I am sadly up my friend and I have no idea what the feeling was in the in various black communities at the time, because I wasn't there, but my guess is that it's nice when you're used to the police guest murdering people who look like you. To have just one person one black person who can save the police? Quote! Why should I hurry? What can they do to me? I mean I can see why people knowing what we know about. The PD at that time would have just instinctively not believed the police accounting of the events yeah, a knee-jerk disbelief of the police is no more illogical than a jerk. Belief of what the police say. Yes, the police lie B. L. A. P. D. especially Li- like even among police. They're known for lying, and they're known for brutality, and that's especially obvious to everyone, because this is three years after the beating of Rodney King vicious. Beating of a man for the crime of speeding right, okay, I'm GONNA. Turn off the sound, but let the video keep going. Okay, so, what do you think of all that I? Think it was a big deal because the media made it a big deal right like it's not like. People were watching this basketball game and they're like I WANNA be watching this basketball game I'm, GONNA call on demand. This car chase breath taking place in a city that I probably don't even know what I'm looking at or where it is or why it's significant, because he only reason that this is significant, is because of his celebrity. I imagine there are traces like this in l., A. Relatively frequently, and we don't interrupt NBA finals for them. There are much better chases in La. Yeah, so it's really the the actual story here is like troubled. Celebrity wanted by COPS, which is really not a national story, but that's you know that's the entire dynamic of the OJ Simpson trial from day. One right is that it was never really all that unique of a story. It was simply to things that Americans love celebrities and Crime City thank that this is like that. The media made this a story. I mean we've had other celebrities like we had Phil Spector. Who was accused of crimes? That I am not super. Super familiar with the details of I believe murder I. Think I also think murder and the reason I'm not familiar with that is because it wasn't a massive media frenzy for year. It was just like a really sad story as you can imagine OJ being treated the same way. What's interesting is Oj was not even that big of a fucking celebrity. He was retired. He had bit parts in the naked gun. Yeah, like Shirley, a lower level of celebrity eventually recording, be my baby, right? It's like pretty incredible that the networks dedicated. Four hours to this. This is like an hour. Okay, but yeah an hour of like and we're watching it and like you're like this is boring. Yes, there's literally nothing remarkable about this car right I mean you can imagine this not being on TV and the O. J. Simpson trial playing out differently. Oh, yeah, no, it would have been in the newspapers that you can imagine being page twelve page thirteen. Not this national media obsession I think. Think so much of what ended up. Happening was set by this template of interrupting an NBA. Finals basketball game for which is a pretty big deal. People love basketball. Yes, if you show something to almost one hundred million people, and they all experienced it together then like when it shows up in the news again like when that person is in the news again. Because he's going to trial, you know then people will be like I remember that. And like it's significant to me like I was part of it, and yeah for I'm invested so lake. Let's watch this trial. Like how much of it was that I think that's a very important question, but I think we. We were starting to have both the mercenary quality of broadcast media and the technological capability in a way that allows us to have more and more live spectacles like this. Yeah, they want to know what's going on inside the car yet. What do we know about that so shortly after O, k an AC takeoff. Okay, who has a cell phone with him? Calls Nicole's Dad, who was at Nicole's condo going to her things and He's like I'm GonNa. Come by and Nicole's dad is like okay, and then he calls the police so by the time we got cynic colds house. The police are already all over the place, and so he spots them from far away in avoids the area near. He has to her grave. And again these to my cheap there, so he he avoid, said district attorney. Gil Garcetti holds a press conference and says you can tell that I am a little upset and I am upset. This is a very serious case. Many of US perhaps had emptied to some extent. We saw perhaps the falling of an American hero to some extent. I viewed mister. Simpson the same way, but let's remember that we have to innocent people who have been brutally killed. I find that interesting. Yes, we're. He's empathizing. You don't get that a lot like we're looking for this suspect press conferences. Yeah, talk about that my. figure out what's at the bottom of this tote bag? It strikingly different language than they use them. They're looking for like the DC sniper or somebody else. Like yeah, they're pure evil, and we're looking for someone who is the personification of every single thing that we hate and it's basically not like a human that we're looking for. It's like this beast that we're chasing down. The figure of the killer is the district. Attorney is having a press conference. Well, it's like it's weird to put the killing of two innocent people after the but. This is a nice guy and he used to play football and he's going through a lot of stuff. Do Dead, people yeah. It's interesting, because just looking at you know the way I feel about the way. Crime is covered in the media, and how upsetting I find it that as soon as you have someone who's arrested or someone who emerges as a suspect in a crime, they are immediately used to promote tough on crime policy so as someone who hates to see those narratives played out over and over again so rotely, and they always are you know again and again I agree with you. I have their response that I. Think People had at the time. Like oh this is intriguing is could this be? Fair! It's like wait. You're allowed to talk about the fact that you see. The alleged murderer is human like you're allowed to do that in your job as district attorney and like I know you're allowed to do that because of the very specific kind of celebrity of this defendant. Imagine how you might feel if you did this more often. This is like the way vegans feel. When like you know they take look for a Vegan meal and you're. Really Good Really Enjoyed that man. What if you felt this way? More often I mean it's also the power of wealth right? It's like wealth and celebrity. It's well celebrity are the only forces that can overcome race, and it's not just any kind of celebrity. It is like the fact that leg there are countless white men who grew up truly loving OJ Simpson right and like maybe no one else, maybe like they. They feel no positive feelings for any other black person ever may do kill that fro Jason because he managed to be that for them, it is interesting thinking about the ways in which his celebrity is specifically coded as. Appealing to men, because we do get a lot of these like the American tragedy of the sports. Star brought down in. Shakespearean tones when it comes out. The great man brought down, but then we tend not to have those same narratives of like women when they fuck up right, it's clear that the emotions of the men who are running media organizations is wrapped up in all of this. This is like the intersection. Of this whole media event because you have like he is a man who is loved by other men. He is a black man who is loved by White Man, and he is a man who has loved by men, and the fact that men have this feeling of love and affection for him means that they appear to be willing to kind of brush aside the fact that he appears to have murdered his wife. All right the LAPD have a press conference Gil Garcetti has a press conference. And then, Bob Shapiro has a press conference. Everybody has a press conference. His Pam so Bob Shapiro begins his press conference by talking directly to an says for the sake of your children. Please surrender immediately. And is being calm and being his his Bob Shapiro, Sal and also maintaining this idea 'cause he's playing to the cameras to some point, too, so he also wants to reinforce OJ's innocence at this point, yes, and also reinforces Oh incompetence, because then he's talking to the cameras and he's like i. have arranged many situations where someone I defend. It has to turn themselves in for example I. Arrange the surrender of Erik Menendez. This is going on his show real. And it is at this point. That Bob Kardashian reads as letter to the press and public. I'M NOT I? I'm not clear his decision making process like he doesn't even know if okay is alive. He doesn't know where he is. Bob Kardashian, and apparently is pretty convinced that OJ could very likely be dead right now. And then also I feel like if he thinks you know, we'll maybe okays alive than he could also be reading it from the perspective of this is going to make my friend like more sympathetic I think. But anyway. Bob Reeds letter, which begins first everyone understand. I had nothing to do with Nicole's murder and Bob her reads. I had a good life. I'm proud of how I live my mamma. Taught Me To do unto others? Treated people the way I wanted to be treated. I've always tried to be up and hopeful. So why is this happening? Nicole and I had a good life together. All this press talk about Iraqi relationship was no more than what every long-term relationship experiences. All her friends will confirm that I've been totally loving and understanding of what he's been going through. Not True at times I felt like a battered husband or boyfriend I loved her made that clear to everyone and would take whatever to make us work got. He had to throw that in, didn't he? Yeah, you know sometimes. I felt like a battered husband. 'cause like she's so terrible, but anyway yeah, she's recently died and I didn't do it. It's like really dude. You can't just skip that clause one time. Yeah, he couldn't not say it I felt like a battered husband unbelievable. And so he concludes with. Don't feel sorry for me. I've had a great life. Great friends please think of the real OJ. And not this last person. Thanks for making my life special I hope I helped yours peace and love Oj, and then inside the O. and the. The happy face an Elwood's move I think this signs autographs then okay, and so as Bob. Sheehan is preparing to read this letter at this press conference. He's nervous. Obviously and Bob Shapiro was like just read slowly. Jack Nicholson has made a fortune of speaking slow. I'm really interested in heroes like Jack Nicholson interests like I and I also love that. He apparently watched wolf the night before because a movie recheck Nicholson is aware wall. And then the next day Kardashian is like. How do I read this letter and Bob Cheryl's? LAKESHA gotTa do a Nicholson just I. He sold me on that were. So, they read the letter. And then when reporter asked, why did Bob Cried Sheehan read the letter at all fair question because it doesn't make okay look very innocent. Yes, and my Shapira says we read it because it is the only words that we have from OJ Jeffrey. Toobin says this answer says much about the Karen Feeding of celebrity clients. OJ wanted it done, so it was done. Jeffrey toobin does not like any of these people. And someone asked what are the last words he heard from Otane. He said my personal words with him. Were of a complementary nature to the way I had been with him, and for him to thank me for everything I had done the day. Like. Always be selling, Bob, you know what he said to. My rates are really low. I'm always on time. And, so after the press conference, Bob crashing goes back to Rockingham. Being guarded by officers and they're like we can't let you in, and he's like I'm okay. Simpson's Dr near like okay doctor Yes. And so they let a man, and he goes to talk to Cason and are now as children from his first marriage, and he's basically like I'm GonNa level with you guys or he loves you. He wants to have all the money you need. And so based on all, that is his opinion that their dad is going to kill himself rather than go to jail. Whoa, he just tells them that. He apparently really thinks that's going to happen. Yeah, he's breaking it to them like as news pretty much. WHOA and Jason Panics and Runs away and starts to cry and our Nell just sits there. Staring at Bob Silently crying and he's like your father loved you so much. and. He just felt he had to do this. And then one of the other family members whose there you know, they have the TV on. It's like wait a minute. Very is. Jesus Christ the. I don't know if that's funny or just ironic or what? My involuntary reaction is to laugh at that dark. It's really dark and weird and then Jason. Apparently you. He comes out of the bathroom where he's been crying and it's like come on, Dad! Come on so like. Everyone knows what this is is making a run. So at two PM that day the LAPD has put out an all points bulletin, and as we talked about before there is a couple that are on the road at about six thirty, heading north on I five. See the White Bronco, and they all it in their names are Kathy increase. Thank you Kathy increase, and so at the same time detective Larry Pool is heading north on I five, or he also sees a white Bronco and then quickly reads the plate radios. It in is like Oh, hey, so he pulls up to where he's driving alongside Al cowlings. Al Looks at him and according to American tragedy smiles nervously, imagining like a bugs bunny like cartoonish shrug like. What I'm doing. Here I am officer and another cop car shows up, and then to quote from American tragedy, the broncos stopped and heavy traffic grand avenue in Orange County cowlings glance to the side, and saw two guns pointing at him all he heard, was the deputies ordering him to cut his engine cowling started screaming, swearing, yelling, no and pounding his fists on the door. The blows were so violent. The Bronco shook. The traffic cleared at Grand. Avenue in the officers found themselves behind cowlings again traveling down the freeway, the case had begun culling style nine one one, and he says this is a c I have okay in the car right now. We're okay. You've got to tell them his back off. He still alive, but he's got a gun to his head. Let me get back to the house. And and they do. They've basically made a demand are having. It met by the police. It's also worth noting I. Mean it's so easy to forget in the midst of what this behavior, but it's worth pointing out the lake. This all worked out peacefully like he did peacefully surrendered to the police and like. I think you know the excitement of watching was that people didn't know how it was going to end and like. Yeah, nothing was happening, but maybe something would happen. It's like watching the indy five hundred or something terrible could happen. It could just be really boring. And whatever happened was going to end up on TV. Yeah, so the news coppers find the White Bronco did they get that from the radio scanner? How did they find that out? Oh, I can I can. I can tell you exactly so Zoey Tur in her wife Maria, who highway the pioneers of La Freeway Helicopter News Zoe. Enrica have the same hunch that various members of OJ's defense team have which is that he has gone to the cemetery where Nicole has varied, and so they take their kcbs copper to the cemetery. They noticed that the cops have staked out cemetery. And then they're like okay, so he probably is avoiding a stakeout, but let's check out the area and so that is when they spot. And Start Broadcasting Alive image of Bronco and other helicopters also join, and so not only does he have the stealing of police cars following him, but he starts to have the kiss of helicopters following him as well, and that's when we lose our basketball. And that's when we lose basketball. And then we have various news anchors and media personalities kind of trying to follow along and explain what's happening in people who don't know l., A. Geography very while are kind of lost Larry King is talking about this live. He had really thought that. North Korea would be the big news story that week, and he did think that his acquaintance okay Simpson would stay on the news very long, but he was wrong, and so because he's doing his show from La, but he really doesn't know the city while at all. He has a Los Angeles Atlas brought to him as he's narrating the case. Where this is going right like where on the kick TAC toe board freeways. This is people who. Is there following along are speculating that Al cowlings is going to get off the San Diego freeway at the Sunset Boulevard exit. which is then going to take him to okays house at Rockingham? which she does do and then already from the run of his life cowlings and be left I four five at sunset. Then he dodged traffic for about a mile until he could make a right turn onto the privilege, tilly precincts of Brentwood. With, the helicopter still tracking him among the gated homes, cowlings, then made a left onto Ashford from which she could turn into his driveway. cowlings however almost didn't make it. There were so many television satellite trucks parked on tiny. The cowlings had to slow to nearly a full stop to think his way past them. WHOA with US fast approaching cowlings finally managed to pull into the driveway at three sixteen Earth Rockingham. The broncos flat here is eliminated the cobblestones in the driveway from which earlier that week police had scraped blood samples. Shortly before eight PM. So detective Tom. Lang, we heard from quite a bit increase episodes decides to have the LAPD SWAT team. Go to Rockingham while OJ is still on the road and prepare to take him in guys, so they have a team of about twenty five guys waiting for him, they're. All of as people are sent away, except for his son, Jason and bipartite Asham, and the LAPD also invited a photographer for time in life magazine Oh my God. Jesus Christ so the essentials. Eldest son, your oldest friend, a swat team and hundred time. It's amazing. How both the lawyers and the cops are deliberately using the press once again? We're getting tasting sampler. Yeah of all of this. So when Al Cowlings OJ Poland to Rockingham. Jason immediately appears at the front door and. Is Upset and yelling and Al Cowlings, and running toward the car and Al cowlings his unpurchased case in a way. And so according to get free tube and a couple of police officers come and basically drag Jason Back into the House. And out cowling says of okay, he's got a gun onto anything stupid. Get the police away and so again we're in the standoff situation where the fugitive is making demands, and the police are actually somewhat interested in negotiating Bryant, the famously soft hand of American Swat teams. Whatever you need to you need a back. Rub So meanwhile it's getting dark. These news helicopters are hovering above okays house, still trying to get their footage Kato the dog who has been at Rockingham is is wandering around and so her while the only footage that the helicopters have. Is History this dog walking around in the driveway. And so. The LAPD has a negotiator talking to Oj. And Okay says I WANNA. Speak with my mother. That's my demand and at that moment battery own phone goes dead Nice, so Al cowlings leaves. The car goes into the House to get a new cell phone her okay, and it is at this point that okay decides to call it so eight fifty three PM. They've been in the driveway for nearly an hour. the chief of the SWAT team is like all right. You're going to have to step out of the car. And surrender yourself and. Does what Tube and says is he staggered into the foyer in collapsed the officers arms. I'm sorry guys sensing. Have Repeating I'm sorry. Put you through this, and so they let him use the bathroom. They give him a glass of orange juice, and he calls his mother, and then after he talks to his mother, the officers. Ask Okay if he's ready to go. And he says he is, and then they put handcuffs on him. And starts to take him to Parker Center however. The police have told the news helicopters that they are not allowed to shine any lights on the scene and so. It's dark outside. No one sees. Oh. Hey, with handcuffs on him being taken out of the house by the police. No one sees him being perp walked. So. We didn't get the image of him being walked out of the house in handcuffs, even though it happened. So. Is this where we're going to leave Oj for now? This is where we leave him for now, and he's going to be taken into Parker. Center and booked and he will be in jail. Until the end of his trial, so for the next fifteen months and to trial we go. Yeah, and I want to pause here for awhile now that we have completed this chase and we're going to return to the story. Her I guess kind of season two after a hiatus K. and yeah I guess I. Don't know what Mike I Close for now though by asking you like with the story of the trial, be as big without the story of the Bronco Chase like if we hadn't all shared that as Americans would we have been so excited to share more, I mean. We'll never know but I I believe so. I mean I think that the lack of police brutality is really striking in this story. Yes, I mean amount of leeway, even in this situation that the police are giving him is remarkable like here's some orange juice OJ. Like what does it suggest about? What like how are they see him? What kind of person do you treat this way? I mean in other scenarios American. Swat teams are so vicious that you can call a anonymously and have a SWAT team sent to somebody's house, and they will kill that person on no other information like there's a reason why swatting is a thing in America and is not a thing and other countries swat teams will come in and kill. Kill, people's dogs kill People's Partners People's kids, and then now we've got a swat team just like hanging out in OJ's house like yeah, use the bathroom. Don't forget to wash your hands. Yeah, whenever you're ready Oj it's incredible. It is, and it's also suggest to me that they cannot bring themselves to truly fear him. Yeah, or to see him as other right, because other thing is so important to American policing culture. Right that the normal rules don't apply yeah I. Find It inspiring because the police just like we get started doing our best, and it's like you say that, but remember a time when when you had a suspect and he really decided to not kill him. Member that never what happens when you put your mind to something, imagine all the people. You know like I mean it's my dream that every defendant is treated like OJ. Simpson I want everyone to have Johnny Cochran and if they want, I want everyone to have a Bob Shapiro who you know is useful for a brief period and is like getting up potential defense witnesses in the brecon Beverly Wilshire right me. The story of Oj has always been these Koso- Mike happening here. There's so many stories that were lost at the time and that we get to revisit now there's some forms of injustice taking place, but at the end of the day. I'm just like let's kiss. Let's order the okay special for everybody let's. Like the like the standard menu, it's easy if you try.

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Dirty 1

Mojo In The Morning

06:42 min | 3 months ago

Dirty 1

"Correct this shannon's dirty today is worthy. Roses day Shannon is going to be doing that coming up here in a little bit. But i though she's got the dirty for us. And what's your new york governor. Andrew cuomo is finally speaking out about all of these sexual harassment claims against him so as yesterday afternoon. I want new yorkers to hear from me directly on this i i fully support a woman's right to come forward and i think it should be encouraged in every way i now understand that i acted in a way that made people feel uncomfortable really is doing and al pacino and oppression. It was unintentional. And i truly in deeply apologise. People is his normal way of greeting. He learned that from his dad. Who always planet a smooch on everybody around them upon for seeing them when asked if he was going to resign he said he is not i feel awful about it and frankly i am embarrassed by it yourself. Not easy to say. I'm thinking of moving truths at central woman. Three gets to know. And i want you to know this from me directly. I never touched anyone inappropriately. I never touched anyone inappropriately. I never knew at the time that i was making anyone feel uncomfortable. I never knew. At the time. I was making anyone feel uncomfortable and i certainly never ever meant to offend anyone. Who anyone or cause anyone. Any pain is the last thing who to send you. Holy attorney general's investigators said. Have you ever seen that comedian too. I don't know. I think it's sebastian menace gala mattis. I didn't even know calvo. Yeah gas by the way. And i think. I think what's this plays a great Pacino is old boyfriend. Mike davis pete. Davidson is doing a great cuomo on on. Snl yeah he's got he's got it down so all right well there. You go mike. We were just talking about this song. driver's license and olivia rodriguez was student in an interview yesterday. Excuse me and she was talking about how she wrote this song at home on a couch. I wrote the bulk of it in my living room in my house piano. I like recorded on my phone. Like he's there might be something here like this is great and maybe a week later i went in and i played it for my producer. Dan i grow. Finish it together and the rest is history revealed. She barely know. Sabrina carpenter despite claims that she wrote this entire song about her. And joshua bassett said they've met once or twice in passing. She's never actually had a conversation with her regardless alleviate said she definitely had a feeling in her gut that song going to resonate with a lot of people. I'd played it for my best friend and You know. I went through this break up with her. I talked to her about the whole thing. I played it for her and she goes. Oh my god. I finally get it like i finally get what you've been talking about it for so long and i was like oh well if i can make my best friend like realize something that like talking to her for like six months hadn't made her realize like maybe this like is really saying she also talked about how one of her idols taylor swift recently sent her some mail actually last night like literally like twelve hours ago. I got a package from her with this. Like handwritten note. She gave me this ring because she said she wore one just like it when she wrote red wrapped these gifts. Also i feel so lucky that i just like was born at the right time to be able to look off to somebody like her. I know megan's ireland. But i think mojo i know how much you love talking about the friends reunion. Because i feel like we've been talking about twenty year. David schwimmer was hanging out with eighty cohen on his radio show yesterday and he said the very delayed reunion on. Hbo max will finally be taped in a little over a month actually in a little over a month on heading out to la so finally. I mean we figured out a way to safely. There's going to be a portion of it that from outside because of you know for sake. Right call so jennifer. Aniston courtney cox could throw matt leblanc. Matthew berry and david were initially expected to regroup in time for the hbo max launch in may of last year with a pandemic filming was delayed over and over again. He also cleared up the rumor. That ellen degeneres was gonna be the one hosting the reunion special ellen hosting that. Can you say who. It's you know what. I don't know if i can actually see and it's not billy crystal. I could tell you who. It's not interesting. But i thought it was andy cohen that was hosting. It didn't answer. that question. could be wise asking just for fun. Well maybe we'll be talking more about this reunion for a long time. Because they need to find out to do things the longest by the way this reunion taken longer to put together than any the reunions. I have never gone to in my high school. And lastly the washington football team is getting rid of its cheerleaders. A co ed. Dance team will instead be taking. Its place the move is part of the organization's rebranding effort former leaker manager. Peter pope was hired yesterday as an advisor to revamp the group. She said she's been asked to create a more modern entertainment team that is inclusive and diverse. She said look. I know change is difficult. But i promised fans are gonna love what we bring to the table here for all of today's dirty. Check out the dirty page on mojo in the morning dot com shootings dirty on the thirty eight spike. Scads danced in the morning.

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Mon. 3/16 - RuPaul Is FRACKING!!!

Celeb News Ride Home

24:05 min | 1 year ago

Mon. 3/16 - RuPaul Is FRACKING!!!

"Good afternoon everybody. And welcome to the CELEB- news ride home for Monday. March sixteenth twenty twenty. I'm your host Kate raft and thinking like the podcast is called Celeb- news ride home. We're on the ride home network. You know run by ride home media but most of us are working from home or just straight up out of a job at this point so I feel like we should call the podcast. Celeb- news stay home. Because we're all supposed to be doing social distancing celebrities stay home celeb- news stay home. I mean I'm not like allowed to change the name of the podcast but if I was I would temporarily change it to Celeb- news stay home because you should stay home and listen to me. Talk about CELEB- new. God can you tell? I haven't left my house like four days. It's fine it's all good it's going great. It's actually such a strange and kind of incredible time for celebrity news like celebrities are acting weird. I mean we're all acting weird but it really truly like is one of the weirdest celebrity news days I've ever experienced in my twenty nine years of being on this earth so you know what let's just like get to it. Let's talk about today's topics. Okay first of all. Rupaul is fracking. Kristen CHENOWITZ has a corona virus slash high note singing. Themed Tick Tock Account. Heidi Klum is sick and couldn't get her hands on a corona virus test. Hey celebs are just like us. Brandi glanville dish about Ben Stiller's Dingaling as well as her hookups. With Matt Leblanc. David Schwimmer and Gerard Butler. Bond Girl Olga Curie Linko has tested positive for corona virus. Britney's snow defied the public pleas for social distancing to have her spawn. Con Wedding in Malibu on Saturday and finally we're going to close out today show with a Garner Karner. Here's what you missed today. In the world of Celebrity News. This one really caught me off. Guard this topic the Rumi for a damn loop but I guess it's real. And it's twenty twenty so literally anything can happen. Rupaul is fracking Rupaul. Is fracking Rupaul? Is fracking Rupaul? Is fracking yes? That's right Rupaul. Is fracking. How did I find out about this? While I saw this tweet that went viral this weekend. It's from Rory. Solomon who tweeted quote. Hold up non-co vid content at Rupaul was just on. Npr fresh air and shared that he and his partner owned sixty thousand acres in Wyoming and they quote lease mineral rights and sell water to oil companies. And quote and Terry Gross did not follow up with one question about the fact that Rupaul is fracking and quote rory then posted a Google maps screen shot of the Libor Ranch and then cross referenced it with a map of fracking sites showing tons and tons of fracking activity in that same area. Dear God I mean what Rupaul is is what Rupaul is for. That's not cool. That's not good for the environment. That's not good at all. Oh my God rupaul. What are you doing too? Damn shame shame on you rupaul. Anyway I have to say I loved Ono. They didn't coverage of this. It's it's pretty savage so please don't ask me if you're a Rupaul. Fan Okay these are oh no. They didn't S- words not mine but I do kind of agree with them. All right they wrote quote Rupaul appeared on. Npr's fresh air with Terry Gross. They discussed route sixty thousand Acre ranch in Wyoming. He owns with his husband. Roose said they let people frac their land without actually using the word. Frac TERRY had no follow up questions because she is overrated as an interviewer she also did not ask. Roo about his transphobia. End Quote. Who who who? Who's by? Rupaul? Is fracking twenty twenty rubles? Frac race lead. The I'll company okay. So we're in the middle of pandemic. It's breaking all of our brains lake. We're losing our minds right now and kristen. China with is no exception. But luckily for us her tic account is the manifestation of all of our unraveling. And it's so good. Kristen China with I kid you not. She has a tic account and it seems to be corona virus themed and singing high pitched notes themed. It's it's so good. She recently has four videos. Where she's like doing stuff about the corona virus like cleaning her house etcetera etcetera. I'm going to play you an audio clip of her tick tock video but fair warning. It is it's mostly. Her singing. High pitched sounds so it's not pleasant to listen to. I'll try to put the volume way low so that it doesn't hurt your ears but before I play it. Let me paint you a picture okay. So it's a video of Kristen With she's not filming it. It's like some assistant filming her and she's in her apartment. She's holding to clorox wipes in her hands and she's staring dead into the camera like just like mugging for the camera as she rubs down her refrigerator door handle and then she pauses to hit a high note. Then she rubs down her kitchen faucet then she stares into the camera hits another high note then she runs over to the bathroom faucet hits another high note. I I have to say the best part is that throughout the video. She's just like desperately trying to maintain eye contact with the camera. She's truly a performer. Okay here's the clip. Get songs stuck in your head. I'm just going to have those three insanely high pitched squeals stuck in my head for the rest of the day. May God help us all celebs. They're just like us. They have no access to any corona virus tests either was into this audio clip of Heidi clam everyone. I just want you to know why I have not been sitting in my America's got talent seed and just Gone to work Started all with like a chore. Feeling Feverish Cough runny nose I'm just not feeling good. So that's why I've stayed home to enact affect any other people I hope it's Chester cold I would love to do. The Corona tests by. There is no one here. I tried to different doctors and I just can't get one stay safe. Everyone stay home. If you don't feel good. She eventually posted that she was able to get a corona virus tests done but she did not post. Her result. Said she didn't have them yet in a follow up instagram post to the video. I just played for you. Heidi wrote quote like many of you. I also have been sick all weekend. And unfortunately my husband who returned from his tour a couple of days ago is also feeling ill to be saved. We are staying apart until we get the results of our corona virus test that we were finally able to get today back. We don't want to spread germs and risk others getting sicker even each other as much as they want to embrace him and kiss him. It is more important to do the right thing. And not spread further and quote. The caption was accompanied by video of herself kissing her husband. Tom Kellett's he's from the band Tokio. Hotel through a pane of glass. A God I hope Heidi clues okay. 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Copy teeny that the review says. Lauren is both empathetic and personal. She makes me feel like I am talking to a friend who happens to know a lot about mental health. Better help wants you to start living a happier life today. So visit better help dot com slash CELEB- that's h. e. l. p. and join over seven hundred thousand people taking charge of their mental health with the help of an experienced professional special offer for my celebrities. Ride home listeners. You'RE GONNA get a ten percent discount off your first month at better help dot com slash celeb- that's better help dot com slash celeb-. I mean you all know by now that I'm obsessed with Bras from the company. Third love like they're amazing. They're really well made fit perfectly. Did you know that third love uses the measurements of millions of women to design these bras? I mean I guess it makes sense because they clearly put a lot of thought into making bras that fit for like all day comfort and support. 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That's third love dot com slash celeb- news for fifteen percent off. Today come on you gotTa do it. Thank God for Brandi Glanville. Brandi Glanville is truly doing. The Lord's work right now and frankly everyone else. Who'S A D list? Celebrities should do. Exactly what Brandi Glanville is doing? Okay if you're if you're a minor league celebrity you absolutely need to be spilling all of the details about your messy love life right now. Okay we are all stuck at home. We desperately need the T. A. New desperately need to spill it for US okay. This is the CELEB- Gossip Distraction. I've been praying for Brandi Glanville recently went on Danny Pellegrino's everything iconic podcast and she dished about some of the famous dudes. She's hooked up with end. Oh my God. It's so good. The quotes from this podcast interview are delicious. I think I'm just after this. I'm just going to listen to that. Whole podcast episode. Because it's just it's got to have more gems in it. It's gotta but this is what's making headlines Today. Okay first of all. She talked about how she hooked up with. Ben Stiller she said quote. I dated Ben Stiller for a little while he has a giant penis and quote my God. Okay okay okay. Here's what Brandy said about Matt Leblanc quote. We went back to his house. He let his dog lick his ice cream and I was out. I was like Nope I was totally going to have sex with him. And then the dog liked the ice cream and helix the ice cream and I was like I can't and quote. Oh my God screaming. She wouldn't go both Matt Leblanc because he let his dog like ice. Cream like that is iconic icon. Nicola Soga is Great. I love that I mean same. My guess and here's what she said about. David Schwimmer. I guess. David Schwimmer made her. Love Life. Dio Way if you will. She said quote he wore makeup. He wore conceal out during the day. And it really annoyed me. I understand your onset. You're used to wearing makeup. But I wasn't used to a man wearing makeup in the moment it bothered me and quote. Wow Okay I mean there's nothing wrong with men wearing makeup brandy. You need to get well. Okay she also said that. David Schwimmer referred to her as a quote bigger girl and quote even though she was only like a hundred and nine pounds at the time. Yikes Anyway David. Schumer's REP denied. All of this said the this is a false story so who knows anyway. Here's what Brandy said hooking up with Gerard Butler. She said quote. I was on housewives. But he did not know that and it really bothered him that. I didn't tell him that I don't lead with. Somebody comes up to me at a party. Hi I'm on housewives. That's a whole like she. Then also called Gerard Butler lovely very handsome and sexy but claimed he was quote a little paranoid about the Paparazzi. Anyway Cool Brandy thank you thank you. I needed to know about the size of Ben. Stiller's package I needed to know about. David Schwimmer wearing makeup. I mean I support. David Schwimmer in wearing makeup. But it I love that. I know that about him. Now Matt Leblanc's Dog licks ice cream. I mean so many gems so many gems so many gems. Oh my God brandy thank you thank you thank you thank you. God bless Brandy Glen Bell. We must protect Brandi Glanville at all costs bond girl Olga curious. Hanko has tested positive for corona virus. She posted a photo of her window on Instagram. Saying quote locked up at home after having tested positive for corona virus. I've actually been ill for almost a week now. Fever and fatigue are my main symptoms. Take care of herself. And do take this seriously and quote God Hun. Another celebrity has had a diagnosis for corona virus. Prayers for Olga Cure Lingo and Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson have to say. I'm a little worried about Rita Wilson Right now. She hasn't tweeted since Friday sure. She's posted a couple instagram stories. But they're mostly re posts of people who've tact her okay. It's not original posting. There's no original posts since Friday. Okay this next topic is so it's maddening. It's just maddening okay. Brittany Snow had a spawn con wedding on Saturday. In the middle of pandemic the day after our president declared a national state of Emergency Brittany Snow how to spawn con wedding defying pleas from the people to do social distancing. She didn't call off the wedding. She went through with the wedding. It was in Malibu and I'm going to get to why I'm calling a despond con wedding in a second But just listen closely to how people dot com covered the wedding. It's littered in brand names. And you know she's getting paid for you know name checking those brands okay. Here we go quote. People confirms the Pitch Perfect Actress. Thirty three and the realtor thirty tied the knot in Malibu on Saturday. The couple celebrated their nuptials with an intimate outdoor ceremony as first reported by the not the bride. Who Wore a Jonathan Sim guy gown for her ceremony? And groom exchanged wedding bands by Tacori ahead of the wedding which was planned with help by. Hulo gem events snow told people last month that she and Stanley land one of their ceremony to be low key and not stuffy and quote So here's how we know it spawned con first of all. They had the logo the not plastered all over their wedding. Not is like a wedding brand planning company type thing and then of course she named checks the Simcock gown sure. She got some kind of spun con for that. Allegedly and also the tha corey bands. And the hello gem events those all sound like Spahn Konta me. I'm almost positive. This is at the very least branded content for the not because their logo was featured on like one of the poster boards for the wedding. I'll post a picture at celebrity homes instagram account. I don't know it's just funny to meet how respond CON wedding in the middle of a pandemic like a lot of people. Do SPAWN CON weddings. That's how a lot of celebrities pay for their weddings. These days and listen. I had a wedding. It was expensive if I could have gotten spawn con for it. I would have. But maybe if my wedding happened during a pandemic I would've tried to postpone it or at least like donated all the Spahn con money to like you know waiters who are out of a job right now anyway. Sorry being so mean to Britney Snow it just. It's just funny to me it's just it's funny Brittany. Snow had a spawn con wedding in the middle of pandemic. Okay and if we have a laugh at that WHO? What can we laugh at? Who can we love anyway? I I strongly urge anyone to consider postponing their weddings or not attending weddings health professionals are pleading that everybody practices social distancing and avoid being closer than six feet from anybody else. It's kind of hard to do that at a wedding anyway congrats. Brittany snow congrats on marriage and congrats on all those alleged brand deals. It's good to have brand deals. It's good to have brand deals. It's the Garner Connor Jennifer Garner. Don't be scared of a virus is behind us. It's the Garner ear. Come welcome everybody to my segment of the show that I like to call the Garner. Karner WHY DO I call it? The Garner Carter. Well it's because my favorite little corner or should I say corner of the Celebrity News Cycle. Is Everything Jennifer Garner does? She's just wholesome. She makes me happy. And what we need right now is a little more Jennifer Garner. Okay what the world needs now. Is Jennifer Garner all right? Let's talk let's. Let's do the Garner Garner. Jennifer Garner is trying to ease all of our minds during this self quarantine period. She posted a screen shot of a notes APP message on her instagram. That said quote this time of year has so many people from pre-schoolers to professionals working their tails off her perform and now the games the meets the recitals. The productions big and small are shut down. Well the show must go on. People breakout your Oh bows built. Torch Song run in place. I don't care. Show us what you've been working on and we will show it to the world use Hashtag. Hey Jan look at me because I want to see heart EMOJI end quote. I love it. I love this. Jennifer Garner is bringing elementary school talent. Show vibes to the entire Internet. And I'm thrilled. I mean this is what we need right. Now this is how we can do social distancing and still have Jennifer Garner watched. You are talents. It's fantastic I definitely will be posting. Today's podcast episode and using the Hashtag. Hey Jan look at me because honestly reporting about Jennifer. Garner is my talent. And I'm doing it for this. Virtual talent show okay well. That's it for celebrity news ride home or should I say celeb- news stay home. I've been K. draft. You can follow me at Kate Raft. On everything you can follow the show at Celeb- ride home as always my. Dm's are open if you WanNa send me tips or just like story ideas. 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#362 - Nicholas Hoult

The Empire Film Podcast

1:12:16 hr | 2 years ago

#362 - Nicholas Hoult

"Omnium podcast is week. We're talking token. No, wait talking talking talking talking token with tokens, Dr nNcholas Holtz. I did not know how to pronounce his name. Yes. Pronounced token token, we've all been in it Rudy. Because she did the voice of documentary that I watched. Okay, she Dench isn't even wrong, plus usual news nonsense on the movie podcast that just spent an inordinate amount of time looking at offenders dildos. How's your weekend planning going if only that were jug? We should explain that. I'll have fought I'm Chris you at and welcome to the empire podcast this week. I am joined by two colleagues of such lethal cunning joined as you've already heard by James Dyer who I mean is here and that is in arguable class true. It is James Jewish. We discuss doing introduce Helen before we discussed the Bill is not those things are connected. But just you know what? She's no they are not pull them up on. Yeah. No. You are surprisingly quickly cashed. It was not. Oh my God. This is slender online. Just the records. Welcome our geek Queen. Thank you, Helen O'Hara Ellen. Why you telling us about vengeance? Dildos? You tell somebody else. Right. I I am being completely reasonable and getting a large extremely he necklace. Made by a lovely lady from Greenwich market that go by Richardson Richardson, go check Mont lovely anyway, in the course of discussing this kind of geeky tying. Necklace. I'm gonna for this prize. The end game. But in the course of discussing e he tie in products. You brought up a hundred dildos you shouldn't feel embarrassed with very sex positive here with fine not not sex positive. I'm just malign. We should probably say that if you do Google avenger still dice, which of all well, astonishing and clarifying available some of which the whole one in particular will do mischief what I liked about. It is that this variety to it. So the captain America is about plug America's but blog, which is nice. The black widow is a bit. They're all various degrees. But one is particularly. It's. Join faced with. All right recommend them. Although Welby giving them out podcast. Podcast on Saturday. And hey, we're in the bell game. Now. Come on. No. That's fine. Wasn't totally fine. We may have to put the explicit warning on this big thing right from the off. But that's what happens when you bring up dildos. It's true. Anyway. Welcome. And what should we do? We have a question. Yes. That's a question comes from Twitter, and it's from at I am gal incognito. Good tonight, and they say after injuring nutty by nature to with my son recovering from surgery. So I couldn't argue to your son starring Willer net Peterson Mary Bobby valley, mayor Rudolph and Jackie Chan I wonder what animated film cast. Would you prefer to see together in a live action movie? Good question. This is a good question. I have an answer. Okay. Not under his shark tale. So we're going back now to the real heyday, the sort of celebrity voice cast in a DreamWorks animated film. Okay. And yet they used on shark tale. I mean, you've got we'll Smith you've got Robert deniro. You've got Martin for Scorsese. You've got Renee Zellweger Angelina Jolie that would be a fun cast for him as a fun cast. Yeah. But is it a better cast the ants? Well, the thing is, you know, Woody Allen these days problematic in it. I was gonna say on. No, not going into go. Okay. Got Woody Allen. Yeah. Got sliced alone. It's Sharon Stone and other people Chris Wilkinson, it's four that's forgive people at the time. I love ants. So I yeah. Yeah. This is great. The problem is most is the movies. They go for no marks like the one and only wicked town, Adele disease. Like, no one's ever heard of. Like, no one's ever heard of she'll never she'll not make an impact on stage on screen on Johnson graph. Was he ever done? I mean like nothing so. Yeah. Okay. That's a fair point joke about mind hunter. Okay. Okay. That's fine. But they're not really starring and even Pixar in the beginning wasn't all about the stars. And even when go for stars, they'll mix up, you know, they're not going for you know, sort of Tom Hanks level every time. It's mean, it's Tom Hanks Tim Allen with great respect. No on the same level. You know, it's I mean, Ed, Ed Asner Oviously an incredible career. But again, he's a marquee name to most kids who were going to go and see up. I don't know. Would you not to see Asner? Christopher Plummer double Bill would. But I wonder if I was a seven year old if I would drag my parents to that movie. It's not like what I'm saying is they're not going for the obvious list cast they're going for characters whereas DreamWorks whereas during the early days went for those. Which is why which would concrete panda. Oh now that is a good uncertain black Dustin Hoffman Jackie Chan Angelina Jolie Cranston about how Symon second wettest second. You say kung FU Kung Pao two three is actually one picking out of this. I'm going to raise you with Madagascar three. Okay. So then that has that has Chris rock, Ben Stiller, Jessica Chastain, Jada Pinkett Smith, David Schwimmer, the Afrin mentioned Bryan, Cranston Sasha baron Cohen. And also, it's a brilliant film. It is better than to. Because I'm also going to rule out western adaptations of things Judy Judy movies because they've got really good cast. House moving castle Christian. Billy, crystal and Emily more. What's mighty Mortimer Emily's Emma's that I get mixed up? I think Emma Watson more in the motor will some of the Mortimer. I've had three hours. I had four game again after this army, so fun. But in forty x which I've never done before. I've never done the forty X. Have you done forty x? No, hell, no. I did the thing. The you know, the thing at Madame toussaud's some animation Madame sorts and forty x touched with pokes you in the back and then squirts water new face to dildos again. Yeah. And it blows out, and it was really. Unpleasant. And I hated every second of it. Well, I've done that kind of forty x at Disney or universal places. The ones I've done in like normal cinemas have been a little bit more a little bit less upsetting. Basically, what do they and they yes, you get the impression of like being in a moving, truck or helicopter or whatever. And remember when somebody got shot the resorts little Ping's in your back. So you kind of feel good pass almost. But it makes no sense from story perspective. Let's be honest. It is a hundred percent gimmick. But at the same time, it was very entertaining distracting, and I'm trying to watch the film. I mean is it first, and then you kind of sync into as it were. Okay. Spiderman into despite of has got a pretty nice. Yeah. Cast that I would like to see in live action. So Shamikh more and hailee Steinfeld cheese in it as well. And nNcholas cage. Henry Lee my God this pine so good. It's so it's so Joe Mullany John Melena, so good. So maybe that one. Yes, I would actually one hundred percent watch those people in a movie, this isn't supposing an adaptation of these movies opposing a completely different film that just happens to have the same cast. Yes. Exactly. So for example, let's take spotlight and remake it and recast with these people does that work. My god. Reservoir Dogs or grey unsellable movies. Right, right. Okay. All right. Green Gary Glenn rules. Right. Who do you cast take the cast of Madagascar three? Cast Greg Monroe student. Oh, come on. Cranston. Well, he'd Cranston right away. He would have to the Jack Lemmon role as a good choice. I mean. Shelley the machine Levene. Yeah. Sasha Cohen would be with the always be closing. That would be Sasha baron Cohen. I mean who else do you have? Jessica chastain. Ooh. That would be good actually. Okay. Real estate yet. The brass ball is real estate. We know are doing that speech. And we know from the three star film molly's game that she looks. I'm open. Everywhere if you're gonna say that on central animated movies on each to both of you to talk for something. Oh, I watched Tetons go to the movies. Oh, no. It is not good. It is funny. And it is not the end. You are a Burke night. You raved about that? So I said great movie. And it's just not all my God. Want us news fast superhero movie of the year because in that year, we Oviously had pun thir-, Infinity war. And of course, atman the wasp the true victory stuff films. Teen titans is hilarious. Six. Tetons is amazing. The guy is phenomenal. You my did not even smile, of course. He didn't James I've known for years. You are my best friends, but you are ranted scum. You really are. That seems fast. I never watched filming right? Okay. Gary Glenn Ross, right. So we got the Jack Lemmon role is Bryan Cranston. Okay. So we got the Bowlin role. That's Jessica Chastain yet. Right. So we got Ricky Roma. You've got Al Pacino who is Pacino the obvious. One would be Ben Stiller to me. That's what I'm thinking. I mean, can we make up though is is there a Chris rock? I dunno. I dunno Chris rock plays. I don't know if you've got the energy for it. I think he. No one actually though in that might work that might work because the Ed Harris rel Dave moss anger in there. Would you get Mr. furious? So Stiller played that role. Chris rock is Ricky Roma mystery man, coal back there. And who else is in this this movie? So guess Asha baron Cohen, I think he would be good in the Johnson price role of the sort of the league client who is in over his head. So that leaves two roles at leaves Alan Arkin who is the the put upon salesman. George an Macy the dickhead office manager. Jada pinkett? Smith is not put up on. To be but ended, but I mean, which is she oh swimmer. We obey perfect Schwimmer is a perfect Eleanor can which means Jada Pinkett Smith has played him role. Although a will Schwimmer can be a great dickhead. Like, I was just rewatching. There's recently your evening to watch we watch friends. Well. Dickhead? I'm here to break it to you raw dickhead Phoebe is a terrible human being love them Phoebe. And as Hugh Laurie says to Jennifer Aniston's, Rachel on the plane, which is flying over to try and destroy Ross's marriage. You are a terrible person. And she is I mean, she literally abandoned her child she's about to fly off she has a dole to there's no sense of where she is. Or who has so whether she's accompanying her mother abroad. Yeah. Anyway, so someone can make like Lincoln happened. That'd be amazing next week. We'll be recasting Augusta three with the Casablanca. Might be problematic because of having anything, but you know, it's also Jack Lemmon check limbs problematic, but he is unfortunately, deceased, no, it's a movie. Okay. Does a really good? Jack Lemmon impression. If you wanna have your question right out in the emperor podcast and treated with respect to deserves. As I am gal incognito found to their cost. Then you can get in touch with this number of methods. Where on the Twitter's as at empire magazine, use hashtag and podcast. We're on Facebook as well as empire magazine, and we're on Email podcast at empire, online dot C. O M going from COM two O M G because it's time to talk about this week's movie news, and we should start within us that avengers endgame has done pretty well. All right. Average. Everyone's rushing to find out just how well it's done. It was it was one point two billion over the weekend. And they they there was some speculation that Disney was actually low bowling those early figures. I'll be honest. I haven't checked back because I'm still reeling from that faker, but that is not just the best opening weekend ever. But it's the best buy against. Distance almost doubling I think its own next competitor, the one point two billion dollar global debut of vengeance. And game is anyone? He listens. The podcast and has been long-term. Listen to podcasts a bit of a box of geek. And I if I'm honest, I didn't think I would ever see this maybe ever strong word by didn't think I've seen this sort of opening for a long long time, it smashed pretty much every record that was there to smash it broke Infinity wars record for the biggest of all time in the states with which was two hundred and fifty seven million dollars a year ago. It broke it by hundred million. Yeah. This is three hour movie. I mean, that's kind of incredible. It broke the global record. Hell and said it doubled it pretty much. Yeah. Was six eighty or something for you are of his to groundhog day, if you had to decay where do you think this will end up? Okay. This is depends on the multiple James. Is he on most while you're opening weekend by up to three pretty much? Nobody goes beyond that unless you have incredibly long legs, which we don't expect for film is this front-loaded has long legs. Chris thanks for adding that so the worst multiple in the is something like two point seven or something for Cap'n, America's first avenger. Assuming is a bit more than that. You are looking at challenge to avatar genuinely I did not think that I would see avatar challenged at the box office for a number of years and put in context avatar is the number one of all time point seven billion just over two point seven billion, in fact, and that is streets ahead of its of the number two, which is tiny them at the moment is force awakens, then it's Infinity war at the end of this weekend. Even if this movie drops sixty sixty five percent, which is not inconceivable, given how many people saw it in the first weekend and need to see that might have been sated by the second weekend. If jobs around sixty sixty five percent, it'll still have a. Second weekend of five hundred million thereabouts, which will put it already passed force awakens and Infinity more in ten days. Yeah. Which is incredible. And actually had a lower drop-off than that. Yeah. With a similarly impressive moping we felt time. So it is in tidy possible that won't be a sixty or so percent drop Philby less. It might be less. You never know. You never know. People might be going back for hot giant mine action. You just don't know. So quite honestly, I think this thing goes past editor, really. Yeah. It it's it's pretty. Astonished because plus navato it'll be within about two hundred to three hundred million of Vitton that's incredible in and of itself. I mean, it's it's current at one point four, right? So it's definitely going to be number two. You'll time it's apparently ten all time adjusted for inflation and ticket pricing, which is unbelievable numbers of people who went over the years over decades while of re releases to things like going with the wind and Snow White. It is going to be tenable time adjusted which his amazing. So this is always been a blur of numbers for anyone who's on the box office. So let's talk about the significance of this movie. And why we think it has done. What is done because this is incredible. I genuinely nothing we will see an opening this big. And I'm not sure we will for a long long time cuts to rise. It's not Mcgann tops into carnival. Avatar was isn't it? It's not a film so much as cinematic event a cultural landmark in many ways avatar was partly because tench Cameron, but mole the it was the technical achievement. And it was the rate. God help us the rematch of different because avatar didn't open to these numbers. Avatar avatars will relieve the long leg credible on Jefferson. Yeah. That's exactly what it didn't have giant men to be John. It does. Yeah. It's just the question will be this which has peaked very very early with spike for very early. How long it's not sustainable. You know? You know, these numbers on president at so there's every chance, you know, if my job fifty percents Mitro eighty percent, we don't we don't own. But it might not know I suspect it will drop like a big blockbuster. Normally drops fifty sixty percent. So if that happens, quite honestly, avatars toast hens worth I don't know if he's all Hemsworth Instagram did a post thanking the fans for the biggest opening weekend of all time. He said runaway to being the biggest movie of all time. And I was like hold your horses are Hemsworth too soon. I don't think it does. I think this thing is going to outstrip it would be a more impressive achievement than avid because avatars reason for hitting those numbers was partly due to the fact that three tickets cost money policy to the people went back to say it because three d was gimmick. And it was exciting. It was new before other filmmakers, ruin three-day. Where's this is just it's succeeding on its merits? If it makes amount of money, it's because people want to see this film, full what it it's exceeding on the merits of twenty films. And, you know, love model high level, but this twenty two film all case something the likes of which has never been before. It's an incredible achievement on this is an incredibly that's fine ending to it. So I mean, we're afraid we will seen it multiple times. But we're not the only freaks out there. There are a lot of other freaks all watching this multiple times. And that's just in this reality. But if it feels it feels different we've we've all lived through phenomenons cinema phenomenons, we've all lived through things like the force awakens crabby, well, and the democrat to be well, and you know, over here, the bond films are sky fall think is still number one film of all time in this country. I mean, how many many so often that was down the Helen, just repeat? Get enough of JAMES BOND was bond. Yes. You know? And yeah, I I think it will be sky full is. Well, he think about forty two over here. I'm aware of the information something like forty forty three. So and it was hundred for scuffle. Yeah. Memory serves. It's it's a good chance at very least. But for example, I was trying to see it and I'm actually today. And so I only screen like it goes who was nine AM Wednesday. I looked at this nine am Wednesay screen, and it was pretty much sold out the only seats left where the seats give you a creek in your neck. So I just went NASCAR it. But that to me was indicative of what a cultural event, this is in what I'm also good is not any we doing a live and game put on Saturday and an spoiler special. And we reviewed it last week. But we've now spent least fifty minutes talking about again, it's taking over the entire pot cost. All right. Should we move on some of those? But we should mention as well that are live and gamespot especial has now sold out. So we did it very very excited to see you guys there on Saturday nights at kings place. There may be returns failed at the box office. So if you are in London on Saturday night Star Wars day may the fourth be with you. They may the fourth be with us and just maybe popped kings place around seven o'clock. And there might be returns available on the door. You never know. And yes our in studio avengers and game. Spoiler special. We haven't been able to record it until now because all sorts of stuff, but we are going to record it today as you listen to this Friday, and it'll be up. My levels notwithstanding. It'll be up probably Sunday Sunday, the fifth of may. So look for that. Then an NSA said last week we're holding back. The spoiler special interviews with the Russo brothers Marcus mcfeely to writers until later in the month. I understand that they may have one or two other interviews. Elsewhere. You could seek those out if you want they won't be as good as ours. They just won't. I mean, they might be better objectively speaking, but I refuse to acknowledge them. There you go that subside. So generous. Mcdonagh. I'd like to rise above it. You know? So there you go on to talk about something else. Can we talk about the most important? Phil news TV news of the week. Snow is been rebooted with the cast of Madagascar three. No, it's news is my son my moon, my starlit sky, I live in darkness without coming willow the TV series. Yes, Ron Howard and Joan kosten are working on a TV series of willow. You know, the work Davis movie eighties. Yeah. I mean, Ron Howard. Thank you Kilmer's best role. I think we can all agree. Get. Mad market out four life. Maybe rivers w gay Perry. Also empty w and they mad market. No F T TWA rubbish. Find by the way. I don't know if let's come across. I love it. I think it's great. I would like to say where Davis play that car it again. So I am here for it. And I hope that Disney uses the sacks of cash they now apparently have and just throws them at the original cast gotten back the rule too old. What are you talking about? I don't care. It's a sequel kind of thing further down the line, the nurse is too old ages. I also love that this apparently came via pester power that Jon Kasdan caps on Ron Howard while they were working on solo going, but make something with willow bring back willow and just like completely pestered him into making this show. I just. Leave me alone. Please stop following me home every night. Can we four moment? No talk about the hedgehog must. We did. You try. We upset by on one. Played the game. You don't even have to the game. I it's I mean, it's freaky and upsets upsetting imagined. I wasn't as upset is what I'm saying. Because I don't have any connection. It's it's it's a well. It's finally, but it it's not hashtag, not my sonic. I I call an icon be dealing with the anthropomorphized look of that hedgehog. I mean, blue light hedgehog thing that pretend to be quick quicksilver. I just know. And I mean, I know even show the tone that going for so they taken him. They've uncovered him. They've made him look, quote unquote realistic and yet. Well, yeah. Because he's he's he's much more sort of like stupid large head small body. He's much cartoony. And they've stretched him out and made him look a bit like a real human size. He looks a little bit before unfinished. You think about the work experience on it? I'm that may be to someone on the internet because because the internet reimagined vast sonic, looking a little bit more caricatured, and it made it looks like I I would definitely go not right. But they didn't ask me. What did you think is James Marsden looks like he's going to be the pitiful? Every what are you doing? And then what about Tim Kerry the character? I it's not much to nose to robotic ackman. And it doesn't matter what the country. It's Jim Jim Carey. Yeah. Jim Carey, which in fairness we haven't seen for a long time. Yeah. He's he's not been like crazy, wacky Jim ages. So that was quite interesting. So someone saying this is like a sort of return to the nineties. This is a fullback in in in that you have so Mike, and you have Jim Carey and they're both nineties in a way. So the style. Kidner-? I see I don't sound like a hedgehog passed me by so damn fast. But I as you know, I'm not a gamer. I play one game on one game only. Was that adaptation I only play one game to which is free cell the game of life. That's the game. I play. Yes. Definitely life. Not freecell. I've stopped playing freecell. Three silvery still a thing. I don't know. It comes standard on PC's is still. I don't know I've stopped playing it still trying. As a formula tired, but it's a much better one than because you can always win. So you get past with playing same game over and over again until you win because there's always a way to win except for there's rumors of there's one, you know, four of cards that you can't win. There's like thirty six million game. So there's one. Fall to the world of warcraft. I know writes, this is why I don't play the actually addictive minesweeper. To that. This is not coast. Isn't it free windows games where a pretty radical family in our game playing clearly trivial pursuit? That's what that's my. God's a great game. Isn't it? Yes. Trigger pursuits taught me that hedgehogs masturbate one the questions when the questions was do hedgehogs masterminds awesome. Yes. It was it was do hedgehogs masturbate. And it's yes or no answer. Right. And you have to go while obviously going to be yes. Because that's otherwise. What what that question doing here? I may have been the yellow genus to edition do hedgehogs masturbate. Yes. I don't believe thing. Either in reality or that it was in that guy. I feel this is like one of these true. You've mixed up your own wit fantasy life with reality. Rent's more. Josh fiction again. So maybe that could be something he does in the movie, but he do. Do you have a very? I feel saying this is a very rude. Should we talk by quitting Tarantino's once upon time in Hollywood because we can can can because it is going to the canned film festival Cutie has been locked up in an editing suite for the last few months trying to get it done in time to premiere at Cannes because that's kind of his thing. It's not really a surprise is the the rivers when they said they were there are more films to be announced we're immediately. Yes. And that will probably be tarintino finishes in time. So yeah, seems reasonable. He's one of their favorites. Isn't it? He's always going to be invited there if he has filmed show competition as well. Which is interesting. So yeah, I'm very excited about this one two hours and forty five minutes apparently a veritable snip by his. I'm excited. I'm very excited. There's been some casting news this week for the suicide squad, which is James guns. Next movie. Of course, it is a soft reboot, which apparently is a phrase of suicide squad, which was mass film. Just a harsh. Oh, wasn't it. Really? But anyway, James gone is writing directing the sequel and this week. He's added David DASS, Malcolm to the cast as polkadot, man. Also, Danielle melt, your is a newcomer has joined the cast rat catcher who is normally Batman bad guy with the emphasis on guy, but links like gun is flipping the gender of the character and rat catchy control rats polka-dot. Man. I I must admit I'm not with the COMEX it man, apparently whereas suit that is covered in polkadot originally. David desma Elkin who I don't know if you guys member but last week, I was telling you about Mike spurious at the vengeance premier sitting just across my good friend Lawrence. Larry fish, Fishburne and David daas, Malcolm, aka Kurt from the anti movies and the weird creepy guy in the dark Knight. And now, of course, poke it up man in the suicide squad severely second DC character in a way. Yup. I like to think there were friends and a healthy onset. Let one sure hang out with. Well, of course, that will be an interesting set in the sense that the director will be making another film really before the film. So guardians of the galaxy is introduce it. We'll be shooting in twenty twenty and suicide squad is ju- out in August, twenty twenty one. So that means James Gunn is going to have some exceptional time management issues to work out. I mean, he's he seems like an organized guy. You know, he seems like he has stuff sort of under control will need to. That's that's a heck of a lot of work for the next two years. Yep. He will definitely need to exercise some gun control over the next two years. As a message for you there America, listen to podcasts. Yeah. This is. This is very interesting not unprecedented. Of course believe what was it. Guy Ritchie was making another film whilst man from was still being finished king. Arthur. Yeah. And of course, if you want to an example of filmmakers making movies whilst making other movies since TV Spielberg is one yet. Schindler's List whilst doing post production on dressing point. And that's kind of incredible and signing off episodes of the maniacs. Morton. Thing. Right. I think that's important to know that he was watching on maniacs at the same time as not sleeping, presumably not. But you know, I I am looking forward to the suicide squad gun to Instagram this week. You see this that he took the Instagram posted a photograph of his own personal suicide school at comic book collection. I think is perhaps to head of cynics. Like, a why don't know me others who've maybe gone, though, that was just a gig that he took when he was fired from guardians three. And maybe maybe might not mean as much to him as guardians. But he's going. No, no, I really liked the suicide squad comic books, and I really wanna make this movie, which is why I'm still making the movie in all segue into gardens three, listen, you know, our feelings on suicide squad, but hopefully list squad. We'll be fantastic. And hopefully, we'll get to great movies from James Gunn within a few months of each other. I guess he certainly knows how to handle on samba of weirdos in Crete and old people say, I think it could work and the suicide squad as are rated. And also if he's filling it with really interesting cast. Goes full dirty dozen which what the David air movie didn't really do in. None of them were expendable. Really? So maybe if you go full dirty dozen, and you actually do begin to work through your cast, and you can have some interesting roic, baths, and what how could definitely dying polkadot man's fucked. Now, he's going to be the breakout star who becomes the later of the suicide squad too. Well, I hope so because my good friend, David DASS Malki. I'm just so excited to see him finally breaking through after all these years, his knees for you. Okay. We all Hof way through the final season of thrones. Yeah. We are. That is a hell of a thing. Yeah. It is. We talk about we we can't talk about it in detail, but we don't need to heaven. Because every week in the TV podcast. We do a special game of thrones spoil special the end of the episode where we break down the latest episode in minute thrown splitting detail that sounds great. Amazing. What are these going to happen? Well, gee, I'd like to say dragons things people death moaning crying. So Chris MacQuarie has been talking about the seventh and eighth mission impossible movies, and as fate would have it. He was talking about them too. Empire magazine. Right. Okay. So shameless plug on the cover of the new vampire is Joma chapter three para alum and recording can be found. There's a a big piece about Mkhori. He is one of our thirty filmmakers we've chosen for our thirtieth anniversary hashtag empire thirty and is a big article. They're talking about his Evelyn's action director and how he's changed game for mainstream action filmmaking and the last few years going through all his movies, including with the gun as part of that conversation. I also spoke to the likes of a what's up fellow called maple third cruzi making that guy crews Alabi, no Tom Cruise on Druze as Tom Cruise and Simon Pegg and some key collaborators of aquarians as well editor at Hamilton one of his cinematographers, Robert L swift people like that. So is really interesting article. But as part of that we spoke a little bit about the seventh and eighth mission impossible movies and his plans while he wouldn't go into specific. He did say that he was looking forward to. But also daunted by the challenge in that the basic pitched to movies and now they have justify two movies. So they're in the planning stages for those and it's going to be really fascinating to see what they can do. We talked a little bit about what you can do with with Tom and the next one what you can make them fall off or climb up. And he said, you know, falling from the moon. It's difficult it's impossible because of the gravity and all sorts. It's not trying hard enough. He really needs to pull his finger out, quite frankly. Yeah. So you can pick up lean you issues and sale right now. I wrote some of it so apologies. I wrote the MacQuarie stuff, and I wrote a piece about rocket man as well. Because I thought it was a SCI fi film. It was only when I got said that I realized it was a drama by Elton John then it was too late to write about the whole film dramatization of that scene between Tony Todd and Nick cage in the rock. Yes, you're it. You're the man. No, I'm very excited about recommend. I've seen some footage. I think it looks tremendous. So fingers crossed indeed for that one. And this lose of other great stuff aside the issue as well. It's available right now in all good and evil news agents, tell them empire sent you. And you get a Ciro present discount. Wait. Do we want to tell the evil news agents that we're sending people to them like might that lead evil newsagents to trace us back to us forcibly wherever thinking this possible. What would in the evil newsagent b? Be missing pages from the paper from the bottom to make it easier to get them. And what the kids the cell Mars bars are behind the counter front. Oh, see film. You know that kind of thing. What's that total titled something some little film? Yeah. No, hey, we should launch a film magazine back home. That's a great idea called total film with the. All the films that are out this month so many slow because northern. Both of them got Adrian Dunbar. That's no bad thing. He's great song nNcholas Holt and Todd Perry of this week joined the cast of tenders Sheridan's next movie lose who wish me dead, which I'm very very excited about this is about teenagers. Bit like witnesses sounds like witness to me, like a teenager who witnesses a murder and his moved into the witness protection program up in the Montana, wilderness, and to train killers come after him actually gonna show these also in the film, and we think that she might proclaim the boy's mother, and we think the Knicks Holt might be playing when the killers. Now, I spoke to Nick was hold for this week's podcast and you'll hear that in a few minutes, and we talked a little bit about the film. But I didn't want to go in specifics because well, he could he didn't wanna share specific because he's that we just signed on the movie, but I'm very excited, but this is tennis Sheridan's seconds territory outing after wind river, so yeah excited. Yeah. Sounds great to me. And we're gonna finish off some very very sad news this week, the John singled in the director of boys in the hoods and too fast furious and poetic Justice and the the two thousand re. Boots lash sequel of shaft died this week at the age of just fifty one he had suffered a massive stroke recently and of the much of the brain his family decided the turn his life support systems off which is of an easy decision to make. And there's been an outpouring of love for singleton who was bit of a trailblazer in a bit of a trendsetter for African American filmmakers. His first film was boys in the hood and was nominated for best director at the Oscars for that the age Twenty-three, which believe is still record. And after that, I think is probably fair to say that his career didn't go in the direction that he wanted a I'm sure there's all sorts of reasons for that black filmmakers find it very very hard in Hollywood, especially around the time single breaking through. So imagine the projects coming his way. We're not ideal and his next that was poetic Justice with John Jackson, which believe is still hurting starring role in the movie. As a really good film that to pack as well. Well. Yeah. Fantastic. And but it didn't it didn't catch on the way boys and hood did. And so presumably after that he just found it harder and harder to get a chain days. But then he still made really interesting crowd-pleasing stuff like too fast too furious shaft, and it's a real shame because he seemed to be working on lots of lots of cool things Brian Koppelman, who's the the kosher runner and creator of billions single episode of billions and singled into work in the last few years in TV I'm Brian Copeland said that he they'd been working on a pilot together for maybe a show that they were going to try and launch as well. Whenever single died. Fifty one. Wow. It's no Edito. Yeah. It is really sad. I think you're right. I don't think he had the opportunities. I think that maybe I would hope that African American filmmakers coming through ni- who had the same sort of career paths. He had or certain start to his career would have way more opportunities open to them. And I think a lot of that is done to him in that is to the fight that you know, he was he was kind of their first. So yeah, it's it's it's again such. Young age to go, and especially with someone who might just have been refunding his again from Oshkosh credited singleton with making him a movie style to elevating him to that position. You've not done anything for boys in the hood. And he's the absolute stand out enough studying credible. I also really enjoyed this astringent by also really enjoyed four brothers EMC Sola thriller. Also, I mean, it's not much more detail than than is tremendous to mend the shame. But if you want to go back in and dig into his demography, there's those loads of stuff there beside boys in the hood, but do start with if you have to start with that haven't seen it to yourself. A massive favour more chin. Absolutely John singleton who passed away this week at the age of just fifty one. Okay. Just a quick addendum now to the new section. We are back in the studio the morning after we recorded that the podcast the main podcast because some news happened overnight that we well we need to react to we want to react to very very sad news in one case we start with the disclosure overnight that the director of the sonic, the hedgehog movie Jeff Fowler to Twitter last night and said that they have heard people's concerns about the design of sonic, the hedgehog, which obviously we were talking about in the main podcast, and that they're going to address them. They're going to change the design sonic, the hedgehog for the sonic, the hedgehog movie. So they have about five months today. So and people power guess, but also why didn't get retina. I I mean. Absolutely. That was kind of no excuse for putting it out the way, it looks not just terrible. But just upsetting as we said before. And I think they probably will go down the more caricatured route now and keep it slightly closer to the sonic people familiar with I guess, but I'm sympathies to all the. Facs artists who are not going to be working overtime to try and get this finished because that's a that's a huge job. I imagine it. Yeah. You think that they would probably working to a brief night? Like, we did what you told us. Absolutely. Won't you know? You know? On the design, exactly. Tell you. This wouldn't happen if they'd had knuckles the kidney. So that clearly was the frivolous movie news. We wanted to talk about this morning. The series movie news fray sad movie. News happened overnight is the news Peter Mayhew who brought of course, Chewbacca my favorite Star Wars character to life across a series Star Wars movies right from the off with and you hope back in nineteen seventy seven passed away last night at the age of seventy four very very sad news. Indeed. Yeah. I mean, he was a huge present literally huge presence as tobacco, but you know, the real kind of warmth to that character, even those hidden under all those prosthetics, and you know, he spent years talking to the fans and being sort of part of the community as well, which he'll be missed for. But he was we was picked up. He was working as a hospital orderly or something wasn't. He when he was picked up today. I think he did a Sinbad film just before star Star Wars, and then put on the tobacco suit and the rest is kind of history. But yeah, I mean, you know, sometimes one role is all. That takes. Yeah. It's it's funny to spend his whole career has covered in a seat of care and to become time for that. But he he he gave he gave us a really sort of like memorable physical performance in that so much personality, and you back just from his is on the way. Cox head. Yeah. I what would what would have been like without you, backer. Hiked to think when I went to celebration, recently, they showed some kind of out take footage. It was really just hustle footage from stalls where you can hear me speaking the lines, and and it's him sitting with like fold, and Guinness, and Hamill and fishe in the Cup the falcon and there were couple of the match, and that was the those the early one where it St. traveling through spicing dusting crops, born laughing outside with a dialogue is I'm because it was like a read through he's doing it without the head on him with thick black eyeliner, and he's having so much fun. And he looked like he loved every minute of it. It's amazing. I always I love the fact that they write you back dialogue in the script. None of the peers in English. There aren't there is footage of Mayhew onset, speaking, having the speaking it. So the actors know what you back is saying, so they acted accordingly. And those those moments are incredible they should have just left with sort of thick London accent. I just loved you back. I think that Carter has so much character bring so much Star Wars, and and it's not just a human fest. Then is it with with with chewy in the background there. Now, he ever really soulful performance. I think the people identified that you back a Wilson just, you know, a great Woking, Pat, and I love do you ever. See those ridiculous party books sort of the full death, awaken Shakespearean, though thing as a brilliant one full full seconds. When sewed is you just have to. And then there's an Astra spy where I do Trump. And he does his whole. Heights of light death soliloquy Fajar that the feelings relationship, they really summed up the fact that everyone is a lot more going on beneath the for. Yeah. I mean, it wasn't simply just getting all fell victim in cost. You know, otherwise anyone could have done it. I love that. He took the time to sort of talk his his successor through the character. And and you know, try and ensure to still fill it chewy unison Toma actually does very good chewing surprisingly. Anyway, we love Jimmy, and we love Peter many. I'm very very sad. Indeed to hear of his passing Peter Mayhew who died eight seventy four. And now we will return you to our regularly scheduled podcast programming. Okay. Time now then for this week's guest, and as I've already mentioned, it is Nick this halt making a return to the empire podcast fantastic. I was gonna say young British actor, but he ain't that anymore is he he's over the hill. Now, he's quite young. I mean, he's nearly what thirty knacker's yard Helen. But he stars this week as JR token in token bio-pic of JR Tolkien's, and I went along to a London hotel this week to have a chat with him. And we had a good old laugh the morning after the the premier in fights. So he was he was nursing grapefruit juice, and we talked about that we talked about the upcoming X men dark Phoenix and some other stuff I forgotten. But it was a lot of fun Niklas hold. Enjoy. Delighted to be joined on the podcast by the star of toll king. Token what Nick this whole when I sent the script to this. And I I when I saw the front page if I'd if I'd read it aloud, I would've said token because that's I always said. And then I in depth research for playing the character and realized that I did not know how to pronounce his name pronounced token token, we've all been. Because she did the voice of for documentary that I watched okay, shoot Dench isn't even wrong. But king isn't language fluent fluids fluids, partly not, no. It's only early next week. Join us in the moment. One of us. Mentioned you're in worship than I am. I am in. I I am on dragon. Morning TV shows while an I ten no exaggeration ten alums. I looked at my phone. I sat ten ten separate defines separate alums space within five minutes. No old on one device, but was based within five minutes in heavens. You have to be up nana's dangerous. You cannot not be the because you just press snooze ten times. Whereas if you have ten to finances, and you zoo devices. Okay. See you probably have a phone. Yeah. You've probably been ipad. Right. Okay. Do you have some sort of Dougal home device type things get one? There you go. That's three to set five alarms in two devices. Three or four, but I don't wanna books. I don't wanna brag about me. We're talking show. All empire cash. Over the years fat stacks Benjamins. My way. Anyway, the film tell Cain. So you got the pronunciation we'll sort of what other research that you do or did you just stop go during? Did that? All right. Good crack on all the cameras ready. It was interested actually because reading the script. I I realized that you know, as I was a fan, given the hobbit on the about boy directors gave me that to rate, and then and then I grow the movies were huge sweet spot weren't you're about. I was twenty two. I think when the first one came out something about now, and I was blown away like the bride. I loved them that ballot Helm's deep and stuff never seen anything like that in film and still now like when I say, I'm blown away. What Jackson dead? So. Yeah, I was a fan. And I played the college game. I say blond off the school and played the card game as well. At least things and then I realized reading this. Wow. I know nothing about this men, which is quite bizarre. Nowadays. I feel like I know things about people that I don't even know who the person is. And what they do know that they were having dinner there on Tuesday. And then and then I was like this is someone who's ready like sculpted? Mythology that I love and as impacted my life hugely nothing about him. So to learn that story behind the story was remarkable and yet an incredible life and then in terms of research yet of I mean later in life, you can find interviews with him. And and recordings of the period, we focus on his formative years up until kind of beginning to write the hobbit. So it's taught like doing an impression while you sit there. Read his work and read his biographies and get all the information. You can. And then kind of put the puzzle together of what you imagine. They might have been like in that time could me with this goblet great for. I realized how ridiculous my same. Unrein role as well. If I was a coup. Personnel. This'll be wind red wine. Podcast. And some red wine, but you brought attention to great for juice. I wasn't going to mention it. Good fee. Nonviolent? I wouldn't dream it. Calmer was. Yes, I yeah. You learn as much as you can. I do I do watercolors paintings of of his work because that was something I didn't realize he'd done. Yeah. All the maps and drawings as well as anything kind of slightly tangible. Even if it's something that on the on the days day, you're thinking about when you're doing the scene, it's hopefully something still three O'Brien in subconsciously pathway character. Somehow, so you have all your preparation you get up today one you're pretty much ready to rock and roll. But once the cameras start rolling does that learning process continue or are you too wrapped up in a way in the filming process to to take anymore. Yeah. Still continues because the script changes and the story that you will telling changes. So you're still learning and and develop honest with you, it's. I don't think I've ever got to the end of Jove not been like, oh, you know, what? It'd be really good to start again. Do. Because you sudden the, you know, it's a move in Tonga in many ways and everything's out of order. And and and you finish the job with this new understanding knowledge where you go. Yeah. Could have probably changed now done that differently. And on an X men movie. You can do that. He can go back. There will be additional shoot in those normally always backing all tweet that and change that. Yeah. But until Kane you can't do that. There's not that. I don't know this. There's some elements of you can try and you can try and give a variety of takes on the you're doing so the hopefully in the end they can. Yeah. We have three have a happy version, Geno. Take three was really happy. He was looking at the camera and all but one take. Directly at the camera. I don't know what was going on there. There's nothing not to get too much into spoilers by Tokyo. It is on the. It is on the. But you said it does this movie does and with him beginnings. Right. The hobbit and as that you writing at the end because we get to see him writing and handwriting is nominal. It's beautiful calligraphy is thing. Yeah. Was that you make. Okay. You know, it was not me. But. But it was. Yeah. It was we had Esten to do that because my handwriting is. And you know, I have actually had calligraphy lessons. We did them for the favorite. We'd have a quill and ink and dip it in. It was lovely experience. Actually, we will. We had a loss of Selke watts. We did it, and I did learn a little bit of it for that. But to make it look film beautiful. Yes. That site not something get to the point of doing. I couldn't help. But think that is wonderful calligraphy. That's what that's what it is running through my head calligraphy. That's all I was thinking. Hadn't forgot what it was called. And but also it must've taken ages to write the book the. At the. Come on five minutes. Right. One word. What's going on? Lorde the rings? The the incredible thing about that hidden beginning to write the hub is obviously hit come invented these languages and worlds, and all these things said it'd been in his his mind along time. But then the story that I learned I think this is true is the basically he was mocking tests when he was a professor Oakes that he was mocking tests and someone had left the blank page one of that tests. So he was set the mocking and then. Blank page. I guess I'll right. The hub is essentially, I guess how it worked and wrote in a hole in the ground that help it. And you kinda go incredible. That's yeah. What what do you? How lucky that person left the blank page who is that? We should know the name of that person. We should. Yeah. Dave Bristow believe was the name of that person yet. Dave Bristol ova of Chilton whatever if I don't really take many tests anymore. Leaving school. But if I was to if I was to do more tests now, I would leave blank pages purposefully downtime on on movies to do tests movie types, you're always in your traders waiting to be called on on. Around. Details of practical jokes on the set of the expert movies are legendary. Could kick on X men wasting your time used to writing the hobbit to should've been. That's when you realize when you add up all the time that you've wasted. No, nothing. Probably done something new. But sometimes you come up with great things. I've got lots of dub smashes in don's videos and things that which you know, important stuff. They're not well. They make people giggle. Yeah. That's that's it. That's probably all the token was doing when he was right in the hall. But all people giggle didn't know. Yeah. He didn't know what was going to happen. But there is there is a little bit of last week. I think the token family released statements, and they weren't involved with this movie. And what did that mean view? Did you try to to talk to them for research for this? And we're the shutters down. We went and contacted in the making the film. I hope when they see it something they like I feel like that's kind of a blanket approach to. What we're doing knife? Obviously, lots of other things in development and shows and only sorts of things that protective of whatever else on full most is a fan. I feel like we're celebrating his life. It's an incredible story. Everything that you went through an and bizarre that we don't own no this story. So I hope they like it when I say, we were lucky we had done his great grandson Canham came along and some of the world one what will one sequences with us, and he was at the primary last night. And I think he liked the film. So. The test for man, someone go back spread the word spread the words. The rest of the token and tell them, you know, maybe they'll like it. Maybe. Yeah. You know, what and dome as such a huge fan, and has has many similarities in understanding in terms of tokens real life. The I'm he he's the perfect for an so passionate and feel like if they spend five minutes with him. That'd be like. Oh, actually. Yeah. This makes complete sense of this has been told. Yeah. Some of the World War One imagery the way that it clearly impacted upon token, or certainly that's the way that it's being presented in in. This film is really interesting. I mean, you know, he's quoted as saying the will wasn't an allegory for things he created, of course, even if you're not directly drawing from your experiences naturally kind of flow into to what you're doing. And creating that is what you drove from. And yet this was a really beautiful take on what will want to abuse. It was not the right word because it's horrific in the more learned about that that Warren research this os horrifying dumb. Everybody went to the images you see from that black and white kind of propaganda images. So. This kind of thing of the reality of what that will was. And then mixing that with token had trench fever. So he is this hallucinatory quite cinematic versions of of war where it's very brutal real and some elements. But also you these kind of fantasy twists within it. Absolutely. No. It's it's it's startling stuff. And I just move onto what you're doing next. It's just been announced here working header Sheridan on his on his next movie. Yeah, I'm excited about lows. We wish me dad is that is that those what title. It's fantastic title, coal, right? Very hard bitten very hard bitten. Yeah. I like New Orleans, isn't it? You know, those who wish me dead. Yeah. I feel cool saying. Wish me dead. About that. I guess not too much as this at this point because because of spoilers anybody writing something ends with me right in the hobbit again that's going to end for now on no, it's I'm just so excited to what with him win river in Sicario an hell high war some of my favorite films from the last five ten years, and the I love his historic telling. So I'm excited to see what his processes and be in that world, and I feel like his films are very different from. The favorite. Yes. Well to kind of torturing around heels in a week. This is going to be a very different thing to to jump into. Although it seems quite bizarre to be talking about. 'cause we start fairly soon as quite bizarre to be sitting talking about it and a hotel room token token, and then realizing in my head on my oh, you get ready for that prompter. Yeah. I was going to say what is your prep coming? Are. You are you right because I'm chatting to you. So is this what you're saying? If. Very good in that why not do an empire coast. We get blamed for so so much. It's it's on my fault. It's all my fault. Only fifteen minutes. You ruined. And send them sort it out. And then of course, you've got dark Phoenix as well. Yeah. Now feels like it may will be the final X men movie with with you guys in. It's at least what's what's your feeling about that? After all these years. I feel fortunate to have I mean to be a part of it first of all because you know, it grew up with those movies as well. I mean as funny thing that the Lord of the rings movies and action movies with things I was real fan of when when I was growing up and the cartoon and all those things that to get to play that character trillion Ana, but then it was one of those things where by in this lost outing, some Kimba cave. Really nice place to go with the character in a new take on it. So that was something the whereby if if is the last time I get to play in. I feel very lucky to have got to push it to that new area places opposed to as opposed to being all right? That's it your time's up getting someone new younger, fresher. Foster quick. Them. And I feel like if I if I if I found out that it was a what I've I felt like I'd just done the same thing for full movies on be like, oh, that's disappointing. But I feel like throughout those full movies. It's been it's been a real eve Lucien. So yeah, there is growth there as well. And also surprised at beasts arc ends this movie with him doing dubs mashes. Whilst writing the hobbit. Was that surprise, right? I've got some great photos of me like onset of that doing watercolors tokens because I was prepping for that while because token start shooting off dot so as prepping that was in these action sequences. Who sets out go to like the obese ten that. We have go and sit in there and do token prep and then go back out and carry on action. There are still in the full beasts kilby's ca-. Yeah. Oh my God. I need these factors. I'm yeah. I'm throwing up. Graham, the old Graham fantastic. Awesome win. The pleasure is all seamen best lectures. Thanks. Okay. So that was Nicklaus halt. And now the start reviews section of the show with a long shot long shot in which Seth Rogan Charlene's there on get together. Spoiler. I'm guessing. I mean, it's not unfair from the poster. But yeah, so Seth Rogan is this investigative journalist for sort of underground paper. He gets laid off because he's just so pure in his unto corporate stunts, his friend. Tex celebrate and takes him along to this party where he meets the secretary of state who is not only Charlene Darren she's also his former babysitter as a teenager, and she needs a speechwriter. She begins her presidential bid. And he's right there. You know, any kind of knows her, and he kind of knows her voice knows what she cares about. And you know, and so one thing leads to another and he joins her staff. So yeah, I really was not excited about. This on the basis of the trailers, I thought they looked super boring and very predictable and like everything seen before. And it's actually kind of delightful. It's a little bit Madam secretary, obviously because he's called. I love my secretary. And you gave what you have. No right to argue. Arguments. No designated survivor, though, is it it's better than survivor. It's not as good as the west wing. It's in that area. Helen. Even the full off to be city as molly's game is not a patch on the west wing. No. It's knows because it's three starts. Anyway, there's shades. Madam secretary there and also shades of sort of more Seth Rogan e kind of -rageous comedy kind of stuff. There's a lot of kind of silly physical comedy. There's some bits where it goes a little bit too far. And you're like, okay, no secretary of state would ever allow anything like that to happen anywhere close to them? Like, that's just an awesome thing. But at the same time, it's kind of entertaining, and they're actually really likeable together. And you can sort of see why this goddess would take up with Seth Rogan. You know, there's a kind of sense to that kind of was charming to me. Sadly haven't seen longshot yet. I missed every single screen because I was in the states, but I've heard good things about this movie. Yes. Oh, yeah. Jonathan levin. We mentioned is key before this also features OJ Jackson junior his son in unless those supporting role, by the way. So so four stars four stars four stars than for longshot. Incredible. Next up. We have the film's director of Brady corvee, former Thunderbird now turned art house guru, and this is FOX Lux it is indeed, JIMBO. Yes. This is FOX Lux, which is of course, a Latin for shouting at lightbulbs. And and so it's pretty cool Derek from twenty four so that's all of these nice things. This is this is a film of very much of two very distinct. Hall's. It is a film about a singer called Celeste who is talent spotted was seeing at the memorial service for high school shooting happened to school that she survives and she's turned into a kind of pop star divas singer-songwriter in these sort of Gaga Britney, Katy Perry type mold and she's very very well by route. Cassidy in the first half. And it's actually it's got a real old house sensibility to it's really really hard hitting. So it starts with a high school shooting. I went into this blind. Not knowing what the film is about vox knock singers stars Bonino wherever you go. In on one of the first things that happens is a teacher gets shot in the chest. Like, it's really really full on incredibly powerful opening and the whole first half, which shows her as kind of a teenager feeding her way into this business getting into music industry, her manager queued law, and sort of meeting up with different people trying to navigate that world and find her voice because she sings at this memorial service and becomes a big star. And then she has to try and repeat that and then the film stops, and then starts against gives food eighteen years and RAFI Cassidy is now replaced by Natalie Portman a Celeste, but RAFI Cassidy persists as Celeste starter. So she switches roles becomes around dot of the second half the second half. Unfortunately board. My absolute tits off. No, genuine you. Like, I felt this felt like a phone where the first half of this is like four bordering on five dollars and the second half for me was three bordering on Tucson's. It's a completely different vibe. Like, it doesn't have the same sensibility doesn't have the same power. It doesn't even have the same level of intensity. So if feels like there's there's a nice affect taste in this where Willem Dafoe something new writes this a documentarian way where he's talking about Celeste, and he's explaining periods of her life. And when it makes eighteen years later, she has become big she's had a big scandal. And now she's on a comeback tour and how come how MRs FOX walks, and he talks about periods in her life. We sound far more interesting than what we actually say. So he's writing a better film, which is somehow happening off camera, a national you just get to see how being a right stripy tweets and just being horrible to people and shouting people in dinas and being terrible mother and just being terrible person. And you waiting for to come to a point because she is a stall that was born out of violence. And there is a point in the second half way. She seems to almost lead to violence as well. And it doesn't fill those threats property drawn together by the end of the film. You're not quite sure what the point of the film was. So it actually had hooked the first half absolutely lost in the second half. However, I will say that this film seems to like it started kind of a split people like you said some very positive reviews infra who reviewed it for us very much enjoyed it. Yes. He did have the same issues that either, but they didn't bother him as much he was generous and kind he's a much nicer person than I am he thought this was kind of how the melodrama of stars brought in our house sensibility to us looking indie spirit to and he that was very much his jam not so much mine. So he gave this four stars. I would have given it three at most. But you know, I have the black heart of Thanos. So we can we can confirm that. Yes. Very much. So that is Brady Kobe's vox, which we gave for very generous dos to okay, then four stars for FOX Lux James in like it. He did he really didn't give a FOX. But maybe you will. So maybe check it out this week. And that leaves his N token, we're talking to- Canedo coups token, indeed, look who's talking. So it's a bio-pic of Airlie life of JR token going from his school days where he's not always played by Nicole to sorta starts off a little bit earlier than that. Right up to through his war experience, and sort of, you know, just there's not very much of the film after the war, but there's a little bit of kind of dealing with that. But it is a matter public record. So I'm sorry. I don't consider any of this spoiler. But it's basically him meeting the the woman who would become his wife, which he did very early on in his life, and he was in love with her forever. And they were actually crazy about each other. And also losing several of his closest friends in World War One and being quite traumatized by that experience. And. The ways that experienced then fed into his later work in fronting ovals. So kind of interesting stuff here. I think the problem is you know, you were saying that it feels like there's more interesting stuff happening offspring. There's a little bit of that going on here as well. Clearly better also, by the standards of World War One. I mean, he survived with all of his limbs intact. You know, he was certainly shaken up by it as anyone would be. But he wasn't the primary victim here of the war. This is perfectly decent style. I would say at a bio pic, but you're right. There's not a lot of real drama in his life lend these not that privilege is not privileged his his his fellow his fellow friends as he struggles a little bit to get along university. It's weird structurally the films, very weird. So it will flit around from World War One where he suffering trench fever to him. You know, coming up living living life in Birmingham, an and moved on to university and then falling in love with lily Collins Edith, but the world want stuff, you know, he's in the trenches of World War One. So he sees people flame throwers. But then we see it as dragons at one point. One point you see something that looks like sour onto the indication. The indication is that he was inspired by images his own war one. Which as as you heard in the cold token, apparently then said that wasn't the case. But obviously may be unconscious and yes, Dr tick lights. Basically, you can do talking. How do we get dragons and sour on into the well one sequence war? I mean in the trailer as well. Isn't it? So it's really. Dragon. Good dragon gives good dragon. It really does give good dragon performances throughout Nicklaus. Holt is is is fine as. That's that's a fellow JR Tokyo. Lilly. Call in as well is is fine. Call Amini gamely. Giacobbe gamely talk about gimme Shelby. Appearance question time, which caused quite the over here when he started yelling people bad dates dates bad dates, but you know, it's it's perfectly fine permanent decent stuff. And we gave this three stars three stars for token, which is a recommendation, which is indeed a recommendation littering. Instead. And I know what you're thinking. You're thinking Chris who shot JR and the answer is less. Frank johannesen. Who is the simple talk. Oh, my thought it was I thought it was Mikey Simpson. So. The casting the casting was miss made by Kate ring cell. Coincidence or conspiracy? Find out Knicks episode of the podcast app because it will be an episode of the podcast next week. Because that is it for this week's podcast. Join us next week for more film related fund. We'll be joined by get your art house hats on everybody pretty certaines gonna love this. Claire dini? The legendary fringe director Denise Ville nerve, the director of June the exciting upcoming movie. What a way to just race a women's achievements. I mean idiot child she's her new film highlife isn't cinemas next week. And we'll be shutting her very very exciting date until then until it a spacious occasion until we meet again, it's goodbye from James Dyer. Hey kits occupants where babies come from. You see professor. See me laughing. The greatest closing line of last year. Skewed by from Helena, HARA tiddly to Lou and ski by for me. I'm off to get poked in the back and have liquid spray to my face. I might gonna see adventures endgame forty x or my going to dildo con nineteen find out next week. Thanks for this name. See next time. Bye.

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This Will Be the Nightly Zeitgeist 1/28: Jamaica, Loeffler v Romney, Hailey Bieber, Living Single, Challenger

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13:47 min | 1 year ago

This Will Be the Nightly Zeitgeist 1/28: Jamaica, Loeffler v Romney, Hailey Bieber, Living Single, Challenger

"Jack Hi how are you miles from work. Yeah a little more right now this wonderful. It's not a phone call like nice seeing you connect on a Sunday night. Look I know you're gonNA start investing vesting. Yes as soon as you get around to making financial plant rate but I will happen right after you make that Weird Crystal Radio with your son. Yeah actually you saw ought to do it. I did see that but don't wait. Okay because putting even a little bit away makes a big difference if you start early. I've heard that Wealth simple well actually uses technology to put your money to work automatically with fees that are about a third as much as big banks and you can open an account and just five minutes at wealth. Wealth simple dot com slash. Td Z.. Get your first. Ten thousand dollars managed for free guys. How hello the Internet and welcome to this episode of The nightly Zeitgeist. This will be the night. These guys that American Pie Davis Blah. Wow what's somebody who had a car crash it's like it's like all these somewhat wack metaphors for rock and roll history. Howard gist plead with the marching band? Dandruff used and it's like well the gesture is actually Bob Dylan. Some people think it's Mick Jagger but Mick Jagger is actually the devil so it was a Saturday in some of his lungs right. Let's talk about what's trending. Miles was about a car accident. Is that no well. I think some people die in a plane crash in it. I don't know why I thought drove the Chevy to the levy but the level Wa. I thought that was like them. Crashing thing it could be and then the good old boys drinking whisky arising. Yeah so drinking and driving. Yeah it'd be the day that I die. I'm not car you might be right. Yeah I might be crazy lunatic. You're looking for a more rock songs from the Seventies. Okay what's trending miles miles your miles. I'm Jack and right. Now Trending Jamaica. Cuba was heaven. Point seventy attitude earthquake. I was a little distracted when we recorded I didn't realize that's what you were looking. I was looking at this earthquake. I was like Oh. That's a high number but it seems like at least the su-nam Nami didn't come through and as far as we know like do too much damage right But I think we're still waiting on reports that everybody's OK okay. There seems like it happened off the coast a little bit or so Yeah hope everybody's alright earthquakes or scary as fuck. Oh my go- boy sounds like feels like a seven now there to Puerto Rico. Yeah ago and then Haiti like a number of years ago but that was a serious one. A seven point seven man. I don't wish that on wish that on any nobody no but What else Romney Leffler Leffler is that? Tell me tell me what that is. Because I don't know I don't even know I just said to sound smart okay. It's basically Kelly Kelly Leffler who's She's a senator from Georgia. Okay and she is one of the Republicans who's turning on admittance. Okay 'cause we talk you know Mitt Romney's been pretty vocal about how he saying you know I would. I think this Bolton stuff we should probably hear from him make sense. If we're going to even pretend this as a trial we we should do that well. He's clearly in league with the deep state and the radical left and she's and he's a tool of the socialists. Globalists and the and the Lizard people who live in subterranean subterranean world br She tweeted after two weeks. It's clear that Democrats have no case for impeachment. Sadly my colleague at asks the man Senator Romney wants to appease the left by calling witnesses who will slander the at real. Donald Trump During their fifteen minutes of fame the circus is over. It's it's time to move on Hashtag G. A. P. O. L. So look everyone's like what the what does that mean like. People thought they were really close. Their reason reason is Doug Collins. Who is the goal from Georgia who we saw screamin hooting and hollering During the house impeachment part Inquiries he is probably thinking about entering the race for Senate She had to prove to Daddy. Rent can make more of a mass ask even if that means getting you know shading like someone that that was your friend right and I mean yeah. It's just I. I'm not seeing thing any case. Any arguments being made any evidence being provided but yet not even a coherent argument other than come on guys. Let's just move along long. Okay we heard what you had to say. Let's move it on. It's like I mean that's your tone. That is certainly a tone that you are providing I have not heard any logical cool statement. No but it's a vibe though rucking buy yes that's wrong. That's what I'm saying. I think you know again. Doug Collins he he has done he has been a very good boy. Mr Trump right like for example In early December when Doug Jones went on TV to just basically they'd be like Hallelujah. Praise trump he's innocent yet from dear leader tweet great job by at Ripta Collins of George over the weekend in representing the Republican Party and myself itself against the impeachment hoax So it's shit like that where she had to basically say I'm just as trump. He don't attack me from the far right branches of if the White Supremacist existence. Yeah I mean on tomorrow's episode. We're talking about how the in order to call witnesses it would take it would seem seemingly take a sea change among the GOP senators. And you know this this feels like more of the same residing being scared. People aren't aren't moving on 'cause Trump rules by fear and it's effective with with those folks. It's all about fear. Let's talk about why. Haley is trending Haley Bieber. Justin Bieber He's he. This is a testament people are going to include this statement in their wedding vows when their wedding vows so yeah he was on Ellen Yeah and he was talking you know. He opened up down. Didn't realize he's twenty five now. That's how I feel. I'm like Damn you twenty five Bieber yes I remember you will. You was a barely hadn't each hair. Yeah he was basically saying he was nervous about getting married quote. I felt like in the past. We talked about it. You know me asking the question and I felt like she would say yes so I wasn't really nervous about the same. Yes I think I was more nervous about. Am I gonNA make this commitment. It meant am I able to make this commitment as a man and be able to honor what I say. be faithful. That's a huge am able to do so. I think that's really what I was battling with. I finally was like I'm GonNa make the decision and follow through with it and be a husband. This is what I always wanted. I'm I'm going to choose this woman and just do it. I'm going to choose this woman and just do it. Wow I don't know. Oh ooh that's like you fucking lobster at the seafood restaurant right now. No That one that one. Fuck I I I want to hear from Women who just what what their thoughts are on this because it seems to me to be just very not not what you want to here. Yeah I mean you can look at that. Two ways right one way is that. He's twenty five years old in his not very intelligent. So he know how to properly articulate what his reservations nations were around monogamy and he realized that no marriage works. Unless you have faith that it's going to work for. He entered it. That's that's a great interest in optimising leads to to hire you and media. Be his marriage. I mean look I can spin fucking anything right whereas I think the more cynical version is man. I don't know I've been running through through. So many women stick with one cannot do that right in what even legal to one was fuck it. Yeah for a man like me. I mean me Damn Faithful. Am I able to do that lately. Is that physically puzzles that allowed by consulted with a physicist right on Oester man and he he told me you know just fucking living single is trending the the I love why this is trending. Yes so David Schwimmer You know was like I'm going to be real woke here. I'm going to say that. They should reboot reboot friends. But they should do it. Okay with an all Asian or all black off black and Asian American. Thank you so much David swimmer for saying that there should be an all black reboot of friends weight. It was living single. You snake now look people are friends but if if you really look at the timeline okay. Friends had come out well before friends earn living like come out well before friends and it's very similar people with familial relationships and ships young professionals in New York Just making sense of the world always having this common place to go to wait home. The sounds a lot like other show but if the I mean come on Hooker Remember Leon any seemed ninety nine. I'm glad I got Matt Girls. I had I can't have and I'll never seeing the friends. I don't know the words to it. I know there's clapping at one point right now. I think I didn't even get the right number of claps there but Yeah I mean it's it's an interesting. It's funny because it's trending now because most people who are they remember living single or like the Emerald people have been saying this about friends. It's just so y'all know there's a lot of story lines that are very similar. Or Marc's I didn't even realize the first season of friends What is it and like a lot of the characters? Are you know they're like Oh okay. I see who yeah and friends is also like it's almost like they created a fantasy universe like like how fantasy movies exist in a world where just everyone is a white person right has created a version in New York where it's all a bunch of twentysomething white people then day. Yeah I mean I guess the differences they lived in a brownstone and living single and they lived in an elegant Mad Manhattan apartment. That's right and there are central park. So Oh I don't know man. I mean not to say that one shows better than the other personally I like. I said I didn't watch friends because I did not myself in that cast. I watched living single well because I was more of an overturned type guy. Yeah you know a lot of people say like in certain movies Manhattan is the most important character. Yeah I say. Central Perk is most important character. Um Friends and yes that makes me interesting And then finally challenger explosion which is something I was was just thinking about because we just had a super tragic of sort of real time aircrash incident with Kobe. Yeah and and it's actually the challenger explosion anniversary today. How many years thirty years? Yes years thirty four I think is right all right. 'cause I'm yeah. I think it's one of those things. I was alive but I was not set like fully aware. Nineteen eighty six thirty four and and the the investigation into the man people. You WanNa see a study in how not to run a group like a group project a group like a small team At at work the way they just were like nothing bad can happen. Let's plucking jam. This thing thing through Oh is a wild like there. Were a lot of people who were like. This is their issues with the over rings and people just The the people in power were just not listening to the subordinates. And the the whole it was just a mess you can read about it in the book. The wisdom of fraud. How crowd can be very very stupid? anyways that those are some of the things that are trending get Tuesday evening time. Yes Tuesday and we will be back tomorrow with more the puck decimal okay class. Welcome to carly sing one. Oh one I take out your phone. Go on the road map next. Pick a car. Now you'll see simple crystal-clear pricing okay. That's it questions yes Jackson wait. 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Living With Yourself, The Laundromat, Baby, Tell Me Who I am, Unnatural Selection

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58:19 min | 1 year ago

Living With Yourself, The Laundromat, Baby, Tell Me Who I am, Unnatural Selection

"And welcome back that's right you were just listening and now you're listening again no one's listening new we have a bunch of new listeners this week yeah anything about this there'd be no reason to we are not watching this Patriots Game Right now oh what's his name fucking Bo Jackson's on that team who knows I love buffalo very famously a cowboys fan and it it and well let's not bring politics team the Chicago bears who's The quarterback couldn't tell you our family it's Dad's birthday her dad is forty five that is very young yeah he had her when he was fourteen all weekend go into Pumpkin parties I saw yeah I've been to Pumpkin parties do you love Pumpkins while it's around Halloween that's Trubisky isn't it it's still him he's terrible we're a bad team so there's no point being a fan I haven't watched football and years the thing about that because wills wife just got back into town yeah baby mind's gone year she's in North Carolina come on and raise up visiting her get that can you believe that I believe I've seen not true nobody is gorgeous gorgeous man yeah so I'm just Kinda here that's how you answer a question asked me a question how have you been turn right how have you been well doesn't work I've been ah they won the super bowl the next year to the super bowl shuffle and then lost that's occurs it is what cursed the bills a few years later the whole football thing where people are mad at it it's like it's so easy for me because the bears of sucked mine tire life yeah and I was around they won the Super Bowl I was alive they still were not very offers everyone everyone I meet really is angered I need to tell friends five or six times why I am a Dallas fan you grew up in the nineties yeah I do it must've been or was it a Christmas episode where they were spoofing Halloween I don't know could you imagine wanting to get to the bottom of it now I'd never ah yeah they were very good for one year and then they were like pretty good and they've been shit everybody did that shuffle shuffle ruined him and they didn't win the Super Bowl that year ten you got here recently addicts yes recently added recently addicts how are you welcome to the pod you can't ask anybody quest yes Gimme Johnson still can't hear you hey this is your host will miles will will miles yes how have you been have you been nick turn I've been good fuck that was my question I was born in Fort Worth Texas Oh really home of the Dallas cowboys sort of course there's a Dash airport title yeah I don't go to Pumpkin parties in different now this David has pumpkins character from SNL was was that around Halloween a number and well I grew up outside DC yeah motor still boys were the team in the nineties but but that's not it just the fact they were in buffalo now they got to the super bowl boy is very good I believe I Oh yeah yeah so anyway it's that and then people really calmed down yeah then you know like another year passes student in my class what growing up you had one yeah you always say it was Jewish holiday because mark woman fantastic that's excellent Liars Outta town yeah guys night and we are just got whiskies in our hands we do yeah I popped out in Iran my mom was like I need to make this flight but I can't carry all this on against Virginia this is your mom all of a sudden yeah because we had classes full of Jewish kids I remember echoing to I went to George Mason University and I remember going going to mcdonagh olds crossing the campus and one of the guys that worked at McDonalds didn't speak English and I was blown away really all the Jews shout out to mark woman yeah was the Jewish does your cowboys fan why oh right right yeah ooh born at the DFW airport I was at the airport fair fastly yeah I was late for a flight I used to hide the dumb waiter if you tell me believe this I mean I just grew I just grew compare wow yeah that is not a diverse school it all yeah I had I went to so many Bar Mitzvahs Greg newspeak yeah yeah yeah wow you grew up in a very different although I mean obviously yeah Chicago well yeah when I when I tell me from this show south side and I grew up in Chicago I'm sure the first thing they expect is not that I had a class no that Jalil white is the reason that I'm in this business to a small degree or so there's a lot of reasons dougie Doug as a huge part but has no shots at Emanuel good guy friend of the pod wait what who are we shooting Lewis I wasn't shooting no I cannot believe they flew Steve Urkel out to Chicago just to do this talent show elementary school and and Taylor full of Jewish kids I did not have that would be insane did you have a dumb waiter now that is no Lille white I think Julia White went to school in Virginia I believe so yeah I why why why is he out so much well I wondering why you would even think that Sner Bobby Jones the which was Bobby Jones Yeah Bobby's great name Bobby's always mellow yeah that doesn't work for me yeah you know about it right yeah they go to school child actor I sort of was I was in commercials okay so it's time for Netflix News you've content spending. This is the kind of Netflix News that would absolutely die if we had a guest yeah spell of you know I love you go straight to love Netflix to raise another two billion dollars through debt to fund mass. I don't I didn't know there's a bunch of information here I didn't know Netflix spends about fifteen billion dollars a year so ridiculous last year day lost three and a half billion dollars which is half a billion dollars up from the previous year where they lost three billion the reason before Dougie Doug is that my brother played Steve Urkel and eighth grade when I was in second grade and who's the wow I'm gonNA need forty-five deputies down here right now okay so there is a school show yeah at school talent show I believe the through line of this school talent show that Miss Bowman put on at Lincoln School was in the head of Disney now in college we went to college around the same definitely in the same city was Steve Urkel in my brother plays vertical so he came out in the beginning as a talent was acting and he played Steve Urkel and then he kept coming back they flew Steve Steve Urkel out delight and I had to keep breaking unlike Yo we were at home together this morning he put that on at home worried about me you're officially worried about too many things I saw manual Lewis here's the thing with the manual Lewis a wish recently I would cast them yes who what two billion they spend a billion so resistant famously all sheriffs in small towns out the whole talent show because he was basically the star of the talent show and everybody sitting next to me in secondary class of believe MS broad at the time was like he's not having to be doing good yeah to date Netflix says hasn't paid down any shit I think he was graduated already think he's older than me by a little bit but he had a he used to pull up that's crazy my brother went to school around the same time as yeah I mean at this point what's the difference it's twelve point four billion dollars on CBS Sunday morning he said yeah no one else would make this but netflix actually said hey we'll give you all the money and you do whatever you want and he was like well than you I would have never thought you would have given me that a hundred something million dollars to make a just a movie that's insane insane all right the sanity and now of course I it's weird we have negative twelve point yeah yeah here's two billion two billion why not throw it on that's like the in a rough moment cables having a very and also network is having a rough mon one hundred but it networks should though and streaming moment streaming the American honestly if people had to go back to regular cable and make my job a lot more guaranteed that people watch it yeah we'll see how much debt is net flicks in I have hard data as of September thirtieth I'm going to go eighteen point two billion okay we watch anything this is the dumbest no one could ever believe that exactly that's the saddest thing graders at a public school in Chicago I did find out that it was dad Jillian the amount of long-term debt is insane it paid one hundred sixty million dollars in interest expense for q three one hundred seven alien chameleon one hundred and seventy million to make the Irishman that's a hundred and seventy million Martin Scorsese watching interviews karate being distributed does okay we got a Netflix snooze sent to us Dan I guess I'm GonNa make it I I think he wrote like just a ridiculous amount of money for a budget for movie and they actually delivered and he was like Jeez I never okay the gun down well doc I up babies house of flowers season two for Mexico rich people scandal got to talk about this in the pod well that's incredible also I wanNA say shout out to Jeremy Turner longtime Patriot subscriber oh grabs laughs cries Netflix Netflix originals resided let me tell you this show has some sex on it oh yeah didn't expect that tell me about it mullany joke throw it on the pile why don't I wish this podcast was just mullany joke oh my God it could be could you really he could recite them Oh we'll just do actor is smart it's getting all from eight to twenty the level of school that children actors go to is ridiculous via a listener I dash de Mello Ashton Mela was something you could say the name this is from our list it is one of the students just why is he pretending you why does he hugging will everyone was convinced that allies why why are we acting like they have money they keep losing billions of dollars net as where we only lose billions of dollars they've literally yeah it's not like they're not making it you were talking about the movie let's get into well I guess it doesn't come into this week but it's a it's a Mexican telenovela yet is and I'm invested in Jane the Virgin Here's how many Mexican profit they're losing more the US government yeah yeah but like we gotta cow I don't get it because if Netflix feels the banks fair it's true a little bit I mean think about entertain that's my brother he put all this this whole costume on at home and then came here. This is not fly Christmas movie Christmas and went to college at Ucla. So wow I don't know what the Hell I'm thinking maybe went to high school in versus what what children telenovelas yeah we are interested in a fat I'm interested in a few LEMme name out I'll name them just Jane he he won this week's pick them league oh wow yeah which gets you like fifty bucks or something and he's out there in Korea Kant's why do we not take two billion dollars and start to narrow narrow it down a little bit down the cartels do come up in one of these this is not this one this one so how's the flowers to users must be pretty good if it's and I just wanted to say all the way across the other pond job career career we've talked about it yeah I know many a times his wife was famously Korean she's one of the famous Koreans I watched parasite this weekend that's why I'm bringing it up you saw movie ever made save it for the in two minutes but but then I texted Lyra and I'm like hey I asked her if she would we wanNA watch it and yeah more fun to watch it with her and Yeah I wanNA talk about okay all right speaking of the Patriots on let's not do that yeah speaking of television shows even hey this guy really is impatient and the aided how ships go for the big guy the it better in but it is better okay great telling them come up with zero yeah are you things had to be Walkman watches too many and also this is how many of the last week yeah and also this is our next week yeah what next week is all like I don't quite understand what it's about and being honest some rich family it's like I I watched succession so it's hard to watch anything else about a rich feeling yourself from all her friends with her best friend's brother Oh God yeah that seems so tame after she's a prostitute QC's it's gotta be giving give it a shot there's I have no interest here's a big problem for house of flowers and this week there were thirteen thing yeah so it had some some it's one of those things where like I wish I I wish the money and you're not allowed to say what if I did I'm from every country I respect that American stuff eight American right yeah yeah or English at least okay up next gotta hit with the next thing we're GonNa talk about okay maybe don't do to like I don't know he needs for every country that's the thing and that's what they're good at XJS Oh okay yeah now that the Italian Family Mambo famously they sing that at the entrance prostitute but she had a situation that happened where she got prostituted once and she was like yeah that was Kinda Fun and the other girl gets like broaden after she kind of alienate wasn't a prostitute already they become shirt black haired one was dabbling in it but you don't know that until like episode dabbled yeah like she wasn't quite yet in credits a great show yeah I guess they weren't really Prostitutes yet in the first now the pilot come prostitutes by like episode five the one girl of the show the teens are prostates believe that is correct the first season now I watched the entire first season I watched the first episode and a half of season two I watched maybe fifteen minutes of it about two minutes two minutes uninteresting but in a way should get back to me right away so I forgot about it but she didn't okay yeah there's no way anyone really wants to see this clearly so what happened to what do when we started doing new jokes special that hasn't come out yet say say classify bro You did yeah I'm scratching scratching notes back to have that like dynamic yeah there's like interested parties in in the next wave the house of flowers yeah something like that hey it's me character fifteen thank you so much got five daughters wedding version to watch baby by the way but that that was that was very clear zero anything this season that stood out in baby just that that part essentially Bombo the wedding ended with it Your next that's a big one obviously you've seen ads for it ah Newington podcast we just do mullany for Malays like hey but she she had sex with David cheating but they were more about that than the sex work I guess they didn't know that she was a sex worker. Oh boy I'm really fucking this up come on bring me back a mighty money you can bring me back no man but oh you shouldn't be mad about sex where user should be mad about betrayal more way more than someone's a sex worker they have a moment in season two licensed spoil it but seasons Eh the the whole idea of sex yeah well that's fucking great that's I love that you love this show I love it for no I don't know why that's great it was basically them trying to do it on their own something happened in an event season why is season to reflect on their own no pimp because we all know pimps guys I'm GonNa go with a big renters this one's a fucking big one to me next baby seasons Paul's get crazy is a polarizing people hate it people love it sure I had heard bad things eh anything the fact that you're GonNa hit home you given the ultimate compliment Italian drama it like it but up next you've seen the ADS on bus stops you've seen the preview that came out months ago yeah it's Paul Rudd I wanNA have watched them yeah exactly and I will you will you will do this this I will do for you godfather all right that was a bad impression of somebody in the movie godfather we all and hit the Dean's son Yeah well he's out now a little more the dean son occur as gay and he is love gets kissed by boy this makes me regret that I didn't continue with Saburo because I loved that pilot Oh really yeah I want to get back into that yeah please and by the time the next one comes out middling thing so instead it's polarizing but That I just needed something to right yeah they you just think about like what if okay so to set it up he goes into his life shit massage yes his life is she and what if Netflix failed and we almost two apple TV yeah that was fun and cable regular cable it was like it went where you thought it was going and then the other half was like either oh that's a surprise or why why are they doing that yeah yeah in Paul ride in living with yourself Paul Rod teams up with Paul Rudd to make a polarizing series after a coworker convinced him to undergo where procedure at a mall me too and I was interested to see what happened and there were some there was some cliche or like like half the I watched the entire thing you love it's four hours long did you love it I didn't love it exactly that was my problem it was certainly enjoyable and it kept my interest upset one of season two who's like maybe homophobic would also is gay I think they're trying to do some you know what this makes me no it wasn't like clear either way whether it was good or bad did you watch it I did how much did you watch an episode and maybe yeah tells him about special procedure that caused fifty grand and it made him feel great but he also has the same job as Paul Rudd so how did it make you feel and then he undergoes this procedure next thing we know he wakes up in his own I was like absolutely not I would never do that you know me yeah I'm Brady I don't take digs my boss at my bus ever had being this place is clones you and then throws one on the ground and it yes but because her accent is too that's why his job also sucks his job sucks and so one of his co workers the best friend on your the worst grave and he's got a bad guy climbs out and then he goes home to which is by the way how the show starts which is kind of just go yeah that threw me off I was like you know what just really just start with him and I saw that in the trailer I'm here to do exactly this is Netflix I've already make enough money to survive well and have to keep it he actually steals his wife's money to do all right reveal later but it's not a big deal lead bag yeah and we were in that fucking massage parlor together so have kids the same age from two different women so turns out by boom yeah exactly that's funny and then he sees Tom Brady at the place which makes him feel because everyone's like well Tom Brady throwing shade at Robert Kraft by going to a massage parlor in no way so he had to issue a statement you your benefit yeah but they'd find a way to make no benefits yeah for a whole season a whole season ally I mean certainly there's there's many warms my heart like no other look man I vote yes on or no one would ever people tell me you did not let's you know that it's mainly these two characters all season yeah the Kid Damiano is he's got a little story Ark this guy selling had he he our age along with me there's so many questions how am I fifty but look thirty-five yeah anyway and then it goes better about it that's why he does it yeah and then pop Tom Brady says it's his sixth time and then that caused a firestorm on twitter in order unless it's pulp fiction or some oh right 'cause head pops up and starts back over ten minutes to get on like this in in the mouth I've been I've been a quarterback with his organization for over one hundred forty five years we both use the same and and it makes them work harder and doesn't know anything about this now and fifty grand is way too much for anyone to see if you're in a job you hate that clearly doesn't it doesn't seem very believable now also they don't get into the science which you have to appreciate yeah because if you're going to get into the science you gotta go all the way yeah yeah and then so and a half a day how many I watch money ultimate compliment really I had nothing to do okay that's it on Saturday on Saturday morning I got up early versus it is based on how well not based on but it is in the style of somewhat say benefits especially in the beginning but just like Shenanigan yea Gimme some shenanigans for real like we're going to Mexico I don't know it's now but it's not perfect but I find the subject matter you know this kind of show where it's like oh I've been cloned that's super interesting it down and hates doing that and he's married to easily be right is that right yeah and then they don't really love each other or something it's spelled that way Jesus is low I thought she was friends with you. I wish who's telling aimlessly I will be pitching to I mean some hello new listeners I wonder how the hell you got here this week tweet at US tweet hats recently underscore underscore added high wash that it's Paul Rudd fucking as Link Bay right as linked basically be hazing be I thought it was it's spelled as Lingbi are you saying ooh yeah this is a big one Italian drama isn't a tiny Spanish and Italian drama about how teens will love why not I mean he's happy to work yeah I the scene where it's like wait didn't just go through this do from your the worst why is it kind of shocked yeah that's a dumb it doesn't stand out at all also I keep wanting to say living with myself because that's what it should be yeah I was talking to someone this weekend about the Paul read show that he's a yeah this is a new wo- your presentation you I'm telling you the thing to do what Paul right goes I don't know man why uh you live in a world with your clone nobody knows and he's like a little better than you at everything and I just feel like how could you not use this Russell wrote I do love Paul Rod does look thirty five clearly so he he and his clone phoebe Waller Bridge how I don't know I'm putting it in the air for production come wait are you secretiveness what are you secrets the entire career okay but I will be yeah I am definitely going to have a meeting with her oh that's great 'cause I sure yeah let's picture this not do this and it's like oh my god genius everybody that goes life better accessibility exactly because it's never really brought up they do without I just like we cloned you and you don't stop to think like well if I was cloned wouldn't I be a baby why am I exactly and that was probably the name of something else but anyway I was at a party I think and someone I must have been out of this weekend come on I'm secretly you go into this movie a movie you're correct embiid and I said why would I know do I hint that I would know her I mean I wish I didn't have this conversation in my house by myself with but someone was like Oh do you know her about as bad yeah Paris I believe he's also playing the Desperado and Zora Zora and then so we get and then for some reason they're like well we've had enough of Meryl Streep Right and then we turn into another movie and then another movie and then Sharon Stone James Cromwell will forte what a shame that this is bad hit says and honestly you couldn't be more correct here's the thing nobody cares the story shifts these guys come out and do a monologue and it's so unnecessary and so stupid distracting yeah and I'm so mad at him and Antonio bears is which is just Antonio eventually you didn't get this far but Antonio Banderas and Gary Oldman become a part of the move no I saw that then I don't know how far I went oh yeah well they become and it's not it doesn't it's not completely uninteresting how much did you watch maybe thirty five minutes I watched the whole thing and yeah I mean obviously people comedians comedians. It's not weird okay so watch it baby ultimate constantly this is important I couldn't care less yeah and so many people that you like yeah of course and you you don't insurance like I get that insurance is scandalized in there some fucked up shit going on with it and we all have known that because we've all been the victim of it I get Meryl Streep and James Cromwell story which is actually like it that's that's a movie that could be because it kind of tells you like three different stories and it's it's it's like a Shakespeare plays what they're trying to do yeah and so every time like taxed up ultimate comfort from Nick that is insane up next probably the most talked about West was my netflix see him known her for sure yeah he could no peop- that makes great sense that makes a Lotta sense yeah Dave to see that yeah well yeah that's true life without my self laundromat is forty four percent on rotten tomatoes the story of the Panama Papers Meryl Streep Gary Oldman Antonio Banderas. David Schwimmer Jeffey right worte yeah who's maybe the funniest humor there's for four seconds yeah he's the funny actual man it just made to watch forty five to an hour but Meryl Streep carries it obviously as male streep is what to do yeah could have done without Gary Oldman doing standup on television I'll get a text from somebody dino them and actually nine hundred tonight do which is weird but how Matt Weinberg maybe bigger players at the end okay yeah I know where there's a scene where somebody goes to Gary Oldman's office not what Oh yeah yeah what should we talk about ghosts of Sugarland a Muslim teens recount their friends descent into extremism or yeah so it's something it's thing so maybe don't watch it blow also you're going to want to talk about kids but like there's like yeah yeah and then so they eventually like you know he as it goes along I dunno I watched the whole fucking thing because it still wasn't like unwatchable will enter it's also got some of the best actors in the world in it yeah the most talked-about thing all week I'm sure is the laundromat the story of not as much as living with myself he just wants to be one of the guys yeah and so he starts getting into Islam and then he starts going with them and then Dixie year she doesn't care if they're like you can hang out with James Cromwell she's like Oh Jamie I love chains he's so great you know what ars okay so it opens up and Tonio Mendez and Gary Oldman are do are like the chorus of the movie which I didn't need they yes and their accents like Gary Oldman is doing like a parody of Verna Herzog and it's so I don't know how much they spent on the lot I'm wondering what a waste of money me Meryl Streep Lake you think like oh they got Meryl Streep but she does fourteen he just slowly becomes radicalized and then he leaves to join isis he flies to Turkey and they're like well you know that's what they're like a bunch of twenty year olds and they're all speculating about this this black kid who went to their school it was some because people are can't believe how much they dislike it so watch it yeah if you WANNA be a cromwell complete list yeah up next doing his own reading and then he had lots of questions and he would ask his friends and his friends are like Muslim like Jews are Jews uh-huh is uninteresting a movie that's never going to be interesting it's a movie about your taxes it's like obviously uh-huh that's not how it's made it's made to be kind of fun I mean they're wearing those silly masks because no one you don't see anyone in the yeah and it's in aw a variety of houses and businesses yeah did you watch any of it yeah the first episode yeah me too while I was cooking maybe like in Texas F. Forget where what city what state it was but the school is predominantly Muslim and there's this one black kid in a school with no black he does like I don't care I don't know you gotta go ask the Imam or whatever yeah and and then he up next something I did watch interior design masters a UK Reality Competition Design Show Caesar contestants revamping all and or if he's alive and it's just you know just ask the questions and then fun yeah there's not like backstabbing not good characters they WANNA get into the design of a house I'm more into house hunters than this they got teams else need to follow along with this I'll see the beginning yeah but and then I'll see the end when somebody wins it's like whatever angelique got a room and then they did their designs and I just couldn't care less it's why you watched it when you're doing something his theory if you're using the your aunties and uncles guessing who you're friends with them yeah I literally anybody who's ever like you get his full personality which is weird maybe don't watch I saw that guy I said home like designed reality this passively no yeah that's true I got excited because I saw the host of the second season of instant hotel in there because he's one of the judges together and then they both staged a house like to you know to sell real each got a house and then they each person reality wasn't what I wasn't yeah yeah you wanted it to be like a Bravo show but it's an inch TV show it's more informative than it is tournament answers but they come after filming has ended so it's just you know words at the end about what happened a documentary yeah okay good I like this subject you sold me yes go ahead I'll maybe I'll give yeah oh they got all those people up there so up next upstarts the Indian social network he business Comedy Fight Yeah Yeah Yeah we're so poorly staged but then after that Ford right so she throws the bag down breaks a pot the old man wakes up and then there is the longest saddest like them pretty interesting definitely were twenty minutes I liked it it was kind of like a skateboard video of this exact formula of every movie like this where there's a scene where they're all outside thinking and it looks way too serious and you're like do people really sit and think like this who am watching anything from this week yeah but it's twenty minutes but the thing is you should probably gonNA pop up yeah it didn't yeah so that's hard to watch when things don't that's how you got the joining and then they're all speculating about you know why you know what what exactly happened or if he actually went whatever they got into like it seems like there's some criticism and and good act yeah one guy wins a thing where he wins like a they're all trying to get this dad was asleep outside the house and they didn't want to wake her but she's like I brought my bag this giant bag and I'm like that where are you going why is this all about trying to start an APP yeah I watched the first five minutes or so just to see what the tone was and it was a little they didn't introduce any of the characters really got to hijinks and it was like three of them they were trying to get this girl out and she prepared by like tying fourteen bedsheets together yeah the universe damn the world is worth yeah that's true yeah I don't like the name though yeah should be called international history of Edison time in between day and a half a third of a movie yeah and then yeah the the stories can get worse it's definitely something get with the Times Oh are we gonNA talk about rhythm and flow did you watch any more Oh God I maybe watched one more episode so they have there's been like seven episodes so far ah the caste system oh shit then he somebody used to teach international world history right yeah but they they all it's only the first I think they get like celebrity yeah and he's like on the shares multiple so it's not even oh yeah almost makes sense didn't quite I watched it hurt a lot you know it's grant or something that you get to start building your APP one of them wins and then they have a discussion about what after going to build Oh yeah and he does he only or their friendship or something even lamer you didn't watch I watched you maybe twenty five to thirty minutes incredible it was pretty good it's it follows the I show where we can talk about every we yeah so catch up in them back into it next week you know I'll catch on that shit I know you do it's crazy it's so good Shot on my gear we this guy knows what he's doing years that's why it was even worse sort of British bake off host as well why is it not called International Street's called World History the world's big teaching the history of Mars will that's I says mask silly maximum no I did not you should have done now but it would seem so depressing I don't know if I could do twenty pressing it's like 'cause it's clear the rest of it because it's like you do want to if you're going to watch it you want to see all the different peoples with they did yeah so like I don't even want to watch yes she did the worst really the worst she's a great person we love her oh yeah Chicago's doesn't theme song for outside no shared two year they just keep cutting yeah yeah it's a good it's a good show in this episode I haven't watched the next episode but it's they make songs he does he only decide to start a start up because he's got a gun on him at the League System the women's Dad is like who is this guy like this work yet either then they get to the next round there like you suck it out sorry probably Sasha go hurt she gets cut when they finally get to La they do they they put them into groups of four and do a cipher yeah and then the next episode the German series about a team that goes viral could stand only three minutes of this before Oh hated it I can't watch tingle anymore and it's like a shut up stop rewarding this ambivalence by giving it more screen time be excited you're making a fucking commercial you're getting paid a ridiculous videos oh good yeah with legit people to that's probably not not the same four beasts that they had to audition with is so brutal when you you get it's a it's a it's a voice type show so those those are supposed to come out once a week you know what it did is it got it got them down to the eight where I think now they're going to go I've let's do a show I like to call yes I would like that let's do tell me who I am because amount maybe I'm maybe I'm very old guy but I'm like come on just go do work do the work and go home that's curious about this out now tell me a documentary about twins and faith if that's what's you're into I commented no it's not I know it's not an certainly does not appeal to me at all here's what I found out has nothing to do with faith okay I don't know why that came up it doesn't touch on it at all a- An ambivalent team who is viral he's actually like one of them and that he's doing an ad and he's building about it and they're like okay we we like this coming out mad fast there's already down to eight what see I wanted this to come up once a week it's hard to follow along yeah it's not I like I like the the first episode after you know they they went to the four cities and now in La Yeah I watch that and then the next episode here's all had an accident and loss memory and then then it wasn't until he was thirty years old that they were thirty two years old that his brother or he he found out some way that his parents who are now dead it was like an hour and twenty minutes and I wash early this morning you loved it no but it just it just held me because like you gotta wait work a job in that's the motivation for the story that's the whole motivate class system quite quite apparently to find out exactly what happened yeah and it's about twins twins who this one twin was eighteen further than you would ever expect really the abuse yeah yeah there's there's there's there's thirty two but there was abuse really and he didn't they were not don't he was eighteen yeah no I mean they died in the span of between eighteen eighty two view and interested in the review I don't even think I'm interested in the twin but but it was good it like it helps battle raps oh yeah okay and legit like half the people go home the if you lose your battle go home they have people went home on the first one that's what the boomers taught us yeah do the work and then go home go to war and they go until you do the work pass out view and then he's like the guy you gotta show me that interview and then he liked finally watches and it's it's pretty bunkers because it goes so much maybe get PTSD so you kill yourself or drug yourself to death up next we have confront anyone who's like you're dead so much worse yeah and and then it's like the brother wants to know all the details yeah no man to it's too big of a week yeah what do you what happened in that two minutes time he's doing an ad for like he's being basically maybe tech people do and I just don't know it oh like are working yeah and just be more the big like Oh my God reveal what about this app it's finish line yes secret oh yeah yeah if you made that decision fucking die with it but yeah thirty had no memory of the abuse yeah yeah sure he Of course I bet the kids with life was worse because he was like I have no watch watch this then watch yeah watch tell me who I am maybe something you might also watch is unnatural like documentary I bought like I'm curious the kid who who

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Kanye's Cryptic Tweets, Katie Couric Interview, David Schwimmer Talks "Friends" - Daily Pop 07/21/20

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Kanye's Cryptic Tweets, Katie Couric Interview, David Schwimmer Talks "Friends" - Daily Pop 07/21/20

"Hey Guys Justin Sylvester from news here. Looking for a new way to stream will meet peacock, the free streaming service from NBC universal with tons of movies and shows plus a daily dose of news sports and pop culture. There's something for everybody and best of all you can watch for free or upgrade for more. Who doesn't like that, so go to Picot TV DOT COM and start streaming now. Personally I. CAn't wait to get into that law and order. Svu Vote you know I'm Athene for? Hello and welcome to daily pop today we're solving some of Hollywood's biggest mysteries. Like why don't a-list relationships the last? We may finally have the answer, but I the pressure is building for Kim and Tania. So Connie went on twitter tirade last night. Saying things like Chris. Stay away from his kids. He slammed Kim's playboy spread and he even said the movie. Get out is about him. Yeltsin claims that Kim was going to fly out to Wyoming with the doctor to get him locked up, so it sounds like Kim is trying to get him help, but these tweets which our now deleted did get pretty personal. How do you guys feel if you can? I mean how are you supposed to feel this entire thing is so devastating. I feel like this has been something that's been going on with Connie for a while now. Obviously, he's been pretty open about his mental illness, and the struggles that he's had with it in the past. It is very clear that he's obviously going through something. Obviously, we don't know if that means he's you know. Stop taking certain medications or whatever has gone on. On, but clearly he's in a little bit more of a manic state. I'm not a doctor so I. Don't know if that's the right terminology, but clearly clearly going there's something and as his wife and partner for so many years mother of his children. I mean I'm sure it's devastating for her I. Mean I know firsthand what it's like to deal with somebody who has mental illness and let me tell you something it is horrific. Horrific you are not dealing with a person that is a the right sound mind, so it's almost impossible to help them, and they feel like everybody is sort of attacking them in what he was tweeting about being locked up. It's like she's not trying to lock you up. She's trying to help you and get you WANNA. Pass right now to get you to your most Sane Self, so I'm sure it's dead the skating for her. What do you think? I mean if you haven't dealt with someone who has gone through mental illness, especially member. You really do not know the distance that you are willing to go for that person you know people ask questions like when is enough enough? But when this is your family member, you have go the distance and for people are forever, and when people are going through manic episodes. Is sometimes they will say things that will cut deep. They will say things that will hurt their actions Are you know pretty irrational at times when you have family members? Sometimes you just have to take a step outside of the situation and assess what's going, and sometimes you're able to realize okay. They were in the right state of mind. They were saying things that maybe they do not mean and and you're. You're willing to just ride it out with them for him. This is the father of her children. This is her husband who we know adores her, so I feel like she is going to do whatever it takes to help him and to get him better, but you guys. There is no simple solution. There is not sanction. This is a lifelong journey, so I think right now. The whole family is going through it. But also with Kim, you know she has to assess how she is feeling. Because as you are not well, then you're trying to fill someone else's cost. That is half. Empty your nothing for yourself so it also it just falls on. You know you need to assess how you are. You need to help this person, but it's going to be a journey. Be. A mother continued to be a mother to the four children. She also has to be both mom and dad right now, and I think that a lot of I mean I've gone through this personally, but you know like people with mental illness have a hard time taking medication because they do complain that it causes them to feel jake or less, creative or sort of a little bit foggy, and I think that obviously we know I've been a huge conde. Conde stand from day one. He's obviously a musical genius, and he's somebody that constantly wants to be in the zone wants to be creating wants to be putting out certain things and when he's taking stuff that makes him feel like he's not living up to that. Potential I can understand him saying well. I don't want to do that to myself anymore. But unfortunately what we saw last night with the tweeting is the effects of not taking care of himself right? Right one hundred percent I think if you look at the history of the Kardashian women and their relationships. If you look at chloe and Lamar if you look at Scott in Courtney. Even when those relationships were romantically done, they never gave up on those people we saw how chloe came to Lamar's rescue, and how Chris was behind her, and how the sisters were behind her to help Lamar get out of the spot. He's at so being someone like Kim. WHO's? WHO's a part of a family like that? WHO believes that wind? She has kids or this man. She is not going to give up on him even if she's out of this situation for herself, she is going to stay in this for kids and I. Think the most devastating part for Cam, which is also the most devastating part for me. Is that people on the Internet are egging this on and laugh about this man going through this manic episode? Nine might be saying things that cut deep and are very personal, but I think she can get over that. I think what's going to her. Is that people are sitting here in laughing at this man going through this, and that is going to be the problem, but my parents. Weren't together when my dad had some medical issues, but my mom stepped up because we weren't at the age where we could care for him ourselves now after eighteen, she was like no, no, this is you guys is responsibility. I was I was only the person who had to stand in your place as your mother until you got to the age where you could care for him and his time, and but this is your responsibility now, and that's what Kim is going do Kim is going to stand by collier because she has to do it for her kids. And like you said just in public scrutiny always adds another layer of pressure but I will say that last night it was trending. Pray for. A lot of people that were stepping in and saying you guys stop making jokes. We saw people I call and Kevin McHale all of these celebrities who are also rallying around Konya and saying you guys. Please do not make light of this right now. This is nothing. This is serious like we need to help and support this person. So, yeah, as much as there was a lot of people making. Jokes there was a lot which I'm. Happy to say. Okay. We're GONNA leave. That's Aaron move on We have a big debate to get to. Boss and Rachel were the breaker what? Layer still divided on whether they were on a break win raw slept with someone else. David Schwimmer weighed in on NBC's tonight, show. Starring should be Alan. People are. Passionately divided about whether or not. You know they were on a break as you David Schwimmer, where do you? Where do you rely? Were they on a break or they not unabridged? Question they were on the break. Now there's. Of course, a man will. Break. But. The real question is whether sleeping with someone else during a break technically counts is cheating. What do you guys think if you're on a break? Is it okay to hook up with other people? A break honey, we're on a break. You go ahead and find entanglement because guess what I'm going my one for myself I. Think People don't that a break is for someone to go and figure out if they want to be in this relationship, so we're going to take two months off. Please go ahead. Go test the waters because when you come back or I. Come back to you I. Want you to know definitively that this is for you. And how else will you see that if you don't get to explore with other people? I think a break I mean when I think of I think it's a really immature term I think if you're in a long term relationship. You've come to a place where you don't feel like you. Guys are getting along I. Think you guys? Say, listen. We need some time to assess like we'll speak soon, but I think that if if the anticipation is to get back together, those terms need to be very clear I just thought. Break is a really shaky ground. I think you've gotten to a place where you feel like you know what maybe we need to pause I. Think you just need to pause and then? Then if you find your way back to each other, do I just think break break as messy? Because one person ended up doing something with someone that the other person knows from a distance, and then they get back, and then they hate causes more resentment, and a further down the line just causes the relationship to implode earth faster in my opinion. I think it got A. Break Up, and if you love each other and you WanNa make it work. You take the time to work on yourself. You can do whatever you want. You have no one to answer to, and you find your way back. Break is when you're seventeen and you hate them for two weeks and you WANNA go to. Panda Express, with someone else. It's not when you're in your mid twenties. Break you could break in your mid twenties. Jackson, how many times I found myself in a break? Rules were clearly defined yet. But in. Let me tell you it was usually. We will not be hooking up with other people. We will be taking the space in time apart to the where we are at but. With other people. Do you know how many times I went back into that relationship any years later monthly? However long later I find out. Oh, yeah, remember that time we were on a break. Because unrealistic you can't tell somebody he. Let's take three months apart from one another, but you can't see. Speak Smell somebody else. Sake. That's unrealistic. which should have said was hey, let's be adults here. If you're going to hook up with somebody else, let's make it somebody that we don't know so that way. There's no weirdness because you know that that dude. The first thing that he's going to do is get in those games like he's a man. I'M GONNA. Do now you've got. Oh. Can we talk about the I know we have we. We get your break, but we want to know what you guys think, so make sure you. There's someone twitter using Hashtag daily. We'll be right back with more discussion you just go to be. fucking back to Daly Pop, we may finally have the answer as to why most a-list relationships don't last. A new study has found that attractive people have no problem finding a partner, but they're less likely to maintain long term relationships. The study showed that attractiveness gives you more options, which isn't beneficial to longevity. Do you guys believe in this? New on Harvard Harvard couldn't win an extra step further, but they just stopped it at the freshman year curriculum. What really happens because I've dated a few actors and trust, and believe I had I know the research I've done the field studies I kissed the frogs. What happens when the actor gets into relationship is they are trained from day one on how to be appealing to people and how to attract people, so you never get to see who a real actor is until months into the relationship. What I'm saying. They will face on that. They think you want to see and then they'll get stuck in the character for a long time and then four months later. You like wait, hold on. Who is this person because that's not the person I met? But there are they saying it's a study about? Hot People hot people hot attractive, but you said actress I'm going actress, right? And Actors and after are attractive I think that this study makes sense and I agree with Harvard Love Harvard. but I also think that attractive people can be in long term relationships like I'm relatively attractive I. can be in a long term relationship like how dare you drafted. Are we talking like stunning model unattainable attractive like? The scale and how we're talking Nogan's Stewart, attractive a list you know there are people in relationship, so we have seen not workout. We've seen Brad with multiple beautiful people right hasn't worked out. So. We see a lot of. Not, really making it. More in a long term relationship, I know. Let me go through. She's let me go through her ROLODEX. Because she's dated some attractive people who had nothing up there and I'm like. How are you with this dude? But he was attractive and she was attractive, and yes, the study does work. I think I believe in the options thing if you have too many options, it's GonNa. Make it hard for you to want to settle down. You have to switch your mindset to and stop reading into the ends, and all of the people coming for you you to get to. It depends where you live to feel like this town is also not as it doesn't have as much foundation as maybe some other places in the country or in the world that a little more flouncy people are a little bit more open to. Everyone's got some stuff going on, and everything pretends like they don't so. I you. Would love to point a finger happen. Good luck. HOT ATTRACTIVE PEOPLE WE HOPE IT works out for you guys. It's time to get to sound Tuesday trends. 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Paleontology (DINOSAURS) Encore Presentation with Michael Habib

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Paleontology (DINOSAURS) Encore Presentation with Michael Habib

"Oh hey it's that lady that tries to learn maccarone and gives up after like four strings halley ward back with another episode of allergies so y'all this week was supposed to be exelon x._l. Elegy i'll get it by next week which is all about flags and i am just hip deep in flags right now. I'm editing in researching and writing. This episode and i just wanted one more week with it turns out. It's a very complex issue with a lot of history and a lot of context and also i'm gonna say up top happy fiftieth anniversary to my parents. They're celebrating it on august thirty first and so i'm taking a chill show week. I'm gonna finish flags. It'll be up on labor day in america monday night of next week and in the meantime i'm giving you an encore presentation shen about dinosaurs. This is from the early days so you guys if you haven't listened to this dinosaur episode. It's one of my favorites. Listen to it while i go celebrate my parents fiftieth fiftieth anniversary very exciting if you're like how do they make it to fifty years hit the matrimony allergy episode. We talk about a little in that one but anyway dinosaurs were going to get into it so i recorded. This is one of the very very first allergies episodes i ever did ever recorded this is before we even had a patriot on before we even had patron questions. I just took a mishmash of questions from people i knew and on twitter i think there is a cameo in studio from editor stephen. Remorse who's a big dino fan. You know this from his drastic podcast. This remains one of my favorite factoid episodes ever so there are some some facts of here that blew my mind they still blow my mind and if you haven't listened to it you get cut a look back at perhaps the fossil record of allergies. When i was first starting the podcast i was editing it all myself garage band but i wanted to serve this went up to you because right now as field season. There are paleontologists out out there in the world. What's up montana digging up fossils so i wanted to re deliver this one in case you haven't heard it or revisited if you have and this is before where i started calling myself i think your dad this is before had a secret at the end of the episodes so enjoy this antique episode of allergies while i go eat chinese food with my parents and hug them a lot and i will be back next monday night. When the vex lalla judy all about flags it is a doozy z. of an episode and you guys are gonna love it so enjoy okay then now onto the old intro all right okay here we go so i'm going to be super super honest with in this pains me to say because it's kind of a point of shame for me as a like science enthusiasts but i don't really give a fuck about dinosaurs at least i. I didn't for a long time flies. Turtles birds nests plants down with all these because he in my brain and like we share the planet with them. I can look at them. I can watch how they grow you look at what they eat how they get on dinosaurs or always the wing of the museum that i was like i don't know i'm gonna go to court and a soft pretzel but enjoy so don't judge me because i know people love. Dinosaurs people get crazy and i read jurassic park in high school. I loved it. I was so into it that i was working a stationery shop and and i couldn't put it down so much so that on my watch to ceramic bunnies were stolen. I was almost fired so whenever i think about michael crichton i say to him. Hey dude nice work. Your book was so good. It distracted me from someone putting two football sized porcelain bunnies down. Their pants are under their shirt or something. The alert is but what i loved about jurassic park was the dinosaur behavior but i wasn't really that stoked about fossilized bones. I just didn't connect with it until hill last year. I went to this party that was kind of like a science salon and this week's guest stood up and he gave an informal talk about territory wings and suddenly i thought okay hey i think i get it because i'd never really thought about dinosaurs in motion like that also side note for the truly self-congratulatory. You know that tara sores the flying things that are like terry on playhouse are not actually dinosaurs. They're flying reptiles and learned that this year too but paeleontology actually isn't even the study study of dinosaurs it comes from paleo which means old and on to- meaning being so it's the study of just old beings so this guest sparked my interest in dinosaurs in a way that i never had before because the way he talks about them and how they move really puts life to them so so he's a paleontologist and a research associate in the dinosaur institute at the l._a. County museum of natural history and he's also an assistant professor of anatomy at u._s._c.'s aziz keck school of medicine so yes shoots one of them involves <hes> people who are no longer alive and i know it's irrational and like not super death positive but i'm a little bit creeped out by cadavers. I'm just i'm too sad about people dying. I wanna hug them. I also want to run a faraway. Eh trying to get over it but our guest is hella chill about it. He spends part of the day cutting cadavers part of it being mailing just lease enjoy michael michael habib <music> okay. So what is this deal. This is my deal. While you're right actually did cut cadaver this morning did you. Yes actually a few of them so that's that's how my mornings often start. We had one hundred eighty eight medical students in a room with thirty five people. Oh my god so you get a cup of coffee off in the morning and you sit down and you take apart human being so that's <hes> that's my that's my deal for about half the time the other half the time ago and play of dinosaurs. There is a wrong way to take apart cadaver isn't there there are a lot of wrong ways. Actually there are <hes> there are more wrong ways than correct ways as it turns out so now you study movement of animals and that's kind of how you got into paleontology. What is is paeleontology only about fossil's or is it just about living things of that era so palaeontology he he doesn't necessarily have to be about fossils but it has historically kind of was it was considered to be the study of fossils essentially although it more literally just the study of of life in the past and most do that through fossils <hes>. I'm one of those policy does play a fossil where we go much further. Let's define super-quick. What a fossil also actually is a didn't know this until just now fossils are any trace remains like a cast or impression or a substitution with brocker occur even the thing itself of something that was once alive. They have to be at least ten thousand years old to be considered a fossil. I don't know what they're calling if they're younger than that to be honest and the word fossil comes from the latin for obtained by digging which is the kind of endurable just pictured people digging around being like i obtained despite digging its fossil speaking of old things michael didn't decide. He wanted to be a paleontologist until later in in life. I i declared at age four that. I wanted to be a point yeah. Okay just kidding. That's an early proclamation. I you know i like it in early. <hes> <hes> because we tend to procrastinate you waited from the age of four until eighteen to enroll in college a long. That's a lotta stalling. I it really was it really was there. Were there were all kinds of things that that i wasted time doing in the interim <hes> such as growth and development rainy strange learning to use a four can use it learn to use a four right yeah. Well what happened at four like a declaration went down when you're like mom dad sit down. I'm going to be a paleontologist like where were you in a museum. Oh yeah absolutely we were in the smithsonian museum national history. You know what i told my parents i wanted to be when i was three and you. What do you want to be when you get the turkey gorky pig alison war art work you pig side. Note was a cartoon character who wore an open blazer with no shirt. He lacked pants. They're probably museums four that. You never know yeah. That's this is called restaurants. So what was your what was your path like when you actually got into the study of how much education does it take to be a paleontologist. I will you know the answer. Is it varies <hes> because it depends on really what you're doing. Impaling tells you a compelling. Tell you wanna be in michael's case from the time he he set out to be a paleontologist. He finished kindergarten grammar school. The middle school and high school got an undergrad and master's degree in biology then another five years i get a p._h._d. In functional anatomy and then off to join the quote unquote real world <hes> which if you're feeling atallah gist who takes part dead people for a living eddie medical school is not an accurate term. I don't know what the real world is. I've never played in it. I've seen it through windows. It looks scary. I i've decided to avoid it for for the taibbi see. You've never walked into office every day in a tie. I don't think i've ever walked into office in a tie right yeah i. I'm still we'll start on the fact that like you spent your morning taking up our dead people like i know that we're here to talk about paleontology but from the anatomy perspective like when did you go down the path of of teaching anatomy. What is it like for you in terms of like confronting mortality. I mean paleo. You're dealing with ancient things so do you ever have any weird existential the central crises about like death and impermanent or anything. I got most of those out of the way when i was young i was a precocious youngster and by that i meant <hes> i questioned the i had a lot of questions that mortality at a uncomfortable age in my uncomfortable. I was uncomfortable for my parents. You know if you if you want to be really could it vertebrate anatomy. The model system is basically humans. It's like you know more about your car if it sucks because you have to fix it more. Do you know what i mean thinker in the human body so much much to fix it that it's like well yeah how those implants redone times we see some really interesting prostheses action the lab do you bet in l._a. I bet l._a. Cadavers are like pretty tight but there. I bet they still look pretty sharp. I'm so sorry the conversation accidentally went from automotive analogies back back to the generous and probably very attractive people who have donated their bodies to science and the curious things michael sees with body donors the the type of sort of implant. They saw most often yes peanuts implants no where more more nellie it's about even between baltimore and l._a. You are kidding me. I honestly i did not know that that was a thing we haven't had one. We had one donor with the old models <hes> that was pump -able ono silicon implants but any case <hes> so yeah so we've seen lots of we've seen a lot of of plants in in the in the lab but this this deep knowledge of anatomy informs your work as a paleontologist to let you tend to study a lot of like wing movements of taras which are not dinosaurs technically. That's true. That's true so yes. It's weird to the guy who who makes doctors <hes> in the morning <hes> studies. These tears were wings in the afternoon. Go figure. I've been called a physicist in the nile actually caltech physicists which asserted the compliment portia crowd. That's an complimentary shade ed. Hey i'll exactly exactly i'll take that particularly interested in how that emotion how animals move around <hes> by taking his word is really a pretty limited the number of different kinds of materials to work with and making do amazing things we have enough trouble making high-performance aircraft good sail planes and everything that can go hundreds hundreds of miles you know with fiberglass and urban fiber and all kinds of metals at our disposal in animals only have a handful materials charles really to work with awful. I guess yeah. I mean you got me for heart tissues. You basically get your bone. Cartilage is reasonably. We'll be really stiff an animal. You know handful other things in a bunch of soft stuff. That's basically zia water and it gives you some really really high performance suffering something else. I work on this terrace words. Were you know <unk> had wingspan ten and a half meters about thirty five feet wingtip the wing thirty five feet now seems theseus could kick ass and take names. These are these are powerful flying ground launching tim bad asses and they're just doing it all with basics of vertebrate anatomy. Do you have to study. Aeronautics is well as physiology to try to determine how that would would give a terrace or the ability to fly so i i do have a joint background in fluid dynamics is the study of how fluids move just five minutes ago. I learned that fluids are not just liquids fluids or anything that has no fixed shape and yields to external pressure which totally changes the meaning of bodily fluids for me. They can be a liquid or gas. Let's change subject to paleontologists love puzzles as someone who has to put bone fragments back together. Do you like puzzles or do you hate them. I love puzzles. A lot of paleontologists love puzzles okay <hes>. I'm not sure they all do for some time. Taking your work home with you right now you get home and i don't have any kids is but i can imagine some that do come home their kids like hey do you wanna build this puzzle to me like oh god what amount of time do you spend in the field as a paleontologist and how how much of that is back in a lab or looking at spreadsheets or measuring a fossil densities and staff so in terms of the amount of time like how much of the year in the field. It's a a good chunk of the summer. That's <hes> that's usually when i do all my fieldwork so basically july and august a good bit of it. I'll be in the field <hes> mostly new mexico. Was that a titanic sore. That's james for project yep can you can you reveal what you're working on with. That sure sure i've see you x._p. B._c. whatever you find. It's sound like you went out. There and we're gonna find it actually kind of went up. They're going. I really kind of hope you don't find too tennis or because he li well. I mean not not we were being about it. Which is what makes it funny but like there. There's a part of it was like i really hope we won't find things super huge because we weren't feel compelled. Excavate it and said take forever and of course what we found was shoe. Individuals of the group group includes the largest land animals fulltime. Oh my god in fact one of our whatever specimens may be the largest dinosaur from north america. That's yeah is it. Just i mean these you know. These are animals that mid-size titanic stores like thirty tonnes plus. Oh my kind of big ones like sixty tonnes plus. How many feet the big guys you're looking at. One hundred feet ish wow. How many times bigger than an elephant are these guys being a big bull african elephant <hes> our should the largest living land animal. I think the record is like six point. Two tonnes just really average is more like five and change okay so if a big titanic survivors regularly heating sixty at twelve times so these titanic stores are like if twelve elephants stacked under one giant overcoat and pretended to be a person book so huge so exciting. I'm sweating. This is so wait what happened when you are in the field and someone's like <hes> we got a bone over here like what what is that moment like well depends on what the bone is in the cases the titanic store project the bone. The hill and i thought was oh. That looks really exciting. See some interesting morphology and we can tell it it's canoe ties as we can tell it had was the had all these air sacs saxon it and we're thinking oh wow school that could be like a big predatory dinosaur because they had a liar sex neurones to let me start expert around like this really looked like it would fit. What could his bid. You think it's this is a pretty big element is going to the hill and you're thinking that it's like a really big part of a small animal and then at some point your brain switches and you realize your dream small small part of an enormous animal god and there was that moment where they actually was a particular rod a bone that that we started to see as we started to work around it with tools that we realized i submit that this was a a vertebra from the neck and neck wa. I love this part so much. I literally just got <hes> shit and of course the volunteers. What did i break something like no. No this is from this went from a one season projects to an eight season project and like why i'm like well if this is articulated in paleontology terms articulated means found all in the same place. Just a bunch of bones kicked together in order having bone party under some dirt. If there's more of me i was another storm thinking okay well. Maybe it'll just be the one element wasn't of course oh my god then then you know we've got we've got a forty ton plus amp molin hillside <hes> and he started then you start looking at the hillside you go. Actually i think kind of just beat hillside. Oh my god that that is just mountain is this is this is kind of sediment loosely sitting on top of dinosaur who gets to name it. Well that depends so. We don't know whether or not we will be naming it because we don't know if it's new species yet or not. Mother is a type of tanna sore. Sore from north america does named just one which is interesting because most of the world. There's a ton of these things off. Delay the like one of the hot groups of nice work on these days like we went from not knowing much about them. Twenty two years ago the suddenly this has been a explosion so sore pods. Are those really long necked turnaround bellied plant much in cuties apparently apparently twenty years ago. We didn't know much about them because our equipment for skinny on and for transport <hes> sucked there's better equipment in tech these days to work with things this big <hes> you know has entry goes when finds a titanic. We're coming out of a hillside. It's like well. That's pretty yeah moving on. You know better vehicles now the vehicles it's it's more commonplace to be able to use a helicopter. I mean obviously half-century gopal us helicopter but it was just they were not something thing that was regularly available to the bud kind of budgets that we work at on the lift heavy jackets he s when he says heavy jackets he does not mean woollen coats jacket is that big plaster lump a smooth around excavated fossils to protect it and support it when they're storing delivering it frankly it looks like a very fun rainy-day meet aicraft project and if you google dinosaur jackets i dare you you not to go down a rabbit hole looking at children's hoodies and wondering if you can fit into the largest size is offered even if you don't get to name the species you get to actually be like this one's gary rose sure so the yes or the nicknames so yeah so the naming process if this will be a new species sees we will give a new technical name in a publication it'll be myself and my colleagues movement but in terms of nicknames there's nicknames <hes> those kind of just happen organically. Okay <hes> and argentina's stores actually have nicknames. Oh what daisy duke <hes> look at that and <hes>. It's usually the students naming these things they come up with these index. It's not it has nothing to do with jean shorts. Does it like daisy. Dukes daisy dukes for those unfamiliar are a type of micro pant fashioned from truncated denim trousers a are beneficial in warm climates. I actually don't know i'm assuming that that was the joke but i i went. I went out on a a scouting trip to check some info and came back to the quarry and discovered that my chew undergraduate students had named them daisy and duke and apparently apparently there have been some multi our conversation which this had occurred to this day. I don't know exactly what went down i it's. I don't know what they came up with. I decided that if i i asked i might receive information didn't want and so it was better just to let it go. That's why is the idea that there is a titanic or in hillside named after george. This is thrilling to me so when might daisy and duke make their museum debut. Please put shorts on them much exhibit space. Here's the deal with museums. It's actually salihi like the shoe department at j._c. Penney what you see on the floor is a representative fraction of what they got in the back so you may see a cool dinosaur or like a weird old knife or a clay jug ugh but the museum has literally millions of specimens onsite archived for research. The only county natural history museum for example has thirty five million artifacts the facts storage but if you did get to name it genus and species any idea where you would start. There's weird rules about names this often because we actually give me the name. I can't say that but we have a potential name in mind for what one of the two specimens have probably species squealed what i can say. It's a cool name. Okay that came out of conversations in part heart with the native peoples who live in the area. That's awesome. I don't mean the abrasive white men. I mean people were and we were four quarters so we're near. We get a little eh of everything. Oh art so it is that the dig site is near four corners to a species name. We don't have anything necessarily in mind. Although i suspect my proposal would be is that we named it after the donor note funds the expedition because is is a privately funded expedition. That's so baller though to fund a dinosaur day if i were jay z and be like screw yacht. I'm gonna funded dinosaur dig. If i had like beyond say money i'd be like let's go dig up some bones where the funny thing is too. He don't need beyond say money in order to do it it really how much money is it costing dinosaur. This is the most fun game i've ever played my phone with. How long how much do you think feel season for us costs. Oh oh gosh well it depends on if you have insurance if you have to pay them or if you just have to buy them like a bottled water we have a combination of paid employees from the museum as well as involuntary. Here's okay. Let's let's just look at just the field season. Let's assume that salary for the museum employees as part of their yearly parking everything so just the additional money for the supplies is the trucks people out there the feed them keep them safe. Make the jackets pay attention for some huge revelations. Get transport the specimens. I would say eight hundred thousand dollar four million dollars billion dollars ten thousand. You're you're kidding me no. Are you kidding me so i you can't you could buy a toyota. Camry used a dinosaur expedition. That's right. What kind of a world is this. Why are we all done this. I question how shrill i'm just so. I'm so excited. I i've yet to run an anyone who ooh underestimates the cost recipe. Oh yeah it's there. You know this thought that must be pouring billions of dollars telling tells you now no no no no. There's no way that anyone could think it was less than ten now. It's amazing no it can it can it can climb in from that. You're still talking about tens of thousands of dollars not hundreds of thousands or millions so less than a wedding these days he yeah people dropped some cash on their way. They dress noise. My parents said they went to to as last year. There were each cost else over sixty five thousand dollars serious goddamn dinosaur vertebrae for that the whole dinosaur may be yeah pretty much. I mean that's that's six and a half field seasons. Does the average american wedding 'cause around thirty thousand dollars and the average amount. It costs to be a guest in some wedding getting. They're buying nylons with no runs in them. Presence is eight hundred eighty eight dollars. Everyone start eloping so we can reallocate that money to digging up more cool that stuff so do you have a favorite dinosaur. Do i have a favorite dinosaur. Yes i have a couple of favorite dinosaurs. Depending on what kind of favoritism rain has in mind the one that really has a place in your heart like you know which one it is. There's one that you really like the most sure growing up so the one that makes me think <hes> childhood childhood. Is this thing dominicus. Okay which is very similar to velociraptor of dressy park. Fame is the real velociraptor was about coyote sized and feathered not giant end skelly dino enthusiasts love to note that the velociraptor and drastic park were not historically accurate as as true the nonaka which means terrible claw was much closer to what was portrayed as a velociraptor and i thought this was just someone sleeping on the job rob but the confusion is said to have originated from nonaka. She's originally being labeled as a sub species velociraptor either way. These things should've had feathers so so imagine a giant clawed bird wanting to murder you. It's upsetting. It's not as upsetting to some people though as a movie getting facts wrong <hes> some of them are. I've seen people get really upset about it. I i don't get that upset about it but yet i mean it's essentially if there's such a fancy creatures but did not as was particularly interested was particularly important historically because it was one of the first <hes> dinosaurs that was specifically used in some of the what would <hes> hypotheses about the origins of birds be specific dinosaur so either way all birds are technically dinosaurs and that may be accepted and you've processed in your heart your mind but it's still weirds me out is also a bad acid acid huge claws and fast and could leave and all that stuff so i was a kid. I like the one that can go in assassinate things <hes>. If now these days i might very well say and have said that my favorite might be chung raptor chunga after now who would weird thing first off it c. h. H. a. n. g. y. You raptor defined it google. It took me a while so this was a non bird flying dinosaur but it looks a fucked on like like a bird. It's a bird with wings on its hind. Legs has four wings four wings in a tale that was like a foot long big claws not what the hell man which is not something you hear a lot about now now. Michael was on the team that first analyzed and published the paper naming this new species so you you know so that one has a special place in my heart for that reason. How do you feel about the <hes> the feathered tail that was found recently an amber very coal <hes>. I actually had had a little heads up that that was coming <hes> you did. Is there like a text thread that all the paleontologists world wrong no no no by the way i have found out by hanging around around scientists that they do have techs chains and they do talk about nerdy news. I was added to one with some scientists and field scientist. It's called scorpions on our faces and i love it now a little background on this last year a paleontologist was trolling some amber markets in myanmar and saw aw this apricot sized piece of plant resin for sale as a jewelry piece. Whatever the seller said there was like maybe a plant stuck in it yeah no. It was actually actually a whole baby. Dinosaur tail feathered like the best episode of antiques roadshow ever named eva. Eva is ninety nine million years old old and probably got her tail stock entrap and died there which is currently making wannacry so r._i._p. Will feathered buddy and thank you for not ending up as a random chunky pendant. That's that's a. It's a really neat find. It is the beginning of what will probably will. You'll you'll. You'll be seeing more more things like that. Okay in the future. Are we going to the cloning anything. No you're not gonna call anything from this because while it while more or less looks exactly like it just preserved yesterday because the soft tissue is is there uh-huh that doesn't mean that the structure is is completely unaltered and d._n._a. Has a reasonably short half life so you would just get gobbledygook out like you probably they get d._n._a. But not it wouldn't mean anything on d._a. Doesn't have to break down much and it would be very broken down in the south. You might even get any but you may be able to get a small amount but it wouldn't matter d._n._a. Teenager becomes incomprehensible very quickly because it only has a four letter alphabet so if you only have four letters in your alphabet your words base if you will have to be very lengthy right so if you break them even a few times it means nothing if you saw the movie gatica which was from one million years ago aka nineteen ninety-seven it's about genetic engineering ring and i always thought it was so clever. The data was spelled using only the letters of d._n._a. Sequencing said g._t._c. isn't that cool anyway back to old sap chickens. I those specimens can be very interesting for understanding anatomy of early feathers for example but <hes> you're not gonna neck cloning thing out out of that unfortunately although although how cooler than if like michael crichton known about sites or those have been available when he was right you wouldn't even have these mosquito thing just because that wouldn't actually work but it feels very plausible win read the book which which is the whole point science fiction supposed to he was he found a really nice way of suspending disbelief. This stuff had been published. You could've just been like and they found a bunch of stuff yeah. They found a whole a whole dynamic hand just made you know that would have been a great although i have to say the mosquito intermediate thing was was clever. Yeah it is climate is a very very clever conceit girl. How do you feel about pop culture and its treatment of dinosaurs. Do you feel like it's good that it stokes people's interest or do you feel like it's there's too much mythology mythology and fiction wedding. It's i think it's both <hes> i mean most of it is nowhere even in the ballpark of accurate but on the whole take the advantages outweigh the disadvantages i think for the most part it's awesome i think has made scientists would kill to have their field is popular. Yeah is coming tall. Gee i mean it's i mean halpenny. People are really interested in what i do but somebody get it wrong that would be that'd be awful. It'd be a real jackass real jackass. Although how did you feel about ross on friends being disowned pedantic and exhausting. Did you ever feel like he got a bad rap. I think he earned earned it. He's obnoxious. Look at these supposed to be a catcher supposed to be obnoxious right. He's a he's must be obnoxious and degrade to the character and interestingly enough. There is a paleontologist palaeontologist named david schwimmer. Are you serious. He was in fact serious. David schwimmer is a paleontologist at columbus university and he authored a paper called giants silicon mega seal kansas dobai from the upper cretaceous of north america and its bearings on the philology of mesozoic ceiling kant's he recently posted about about working on a study of some quote mystery copper lights copper late is a fossilized toured from the exhaustive google image searching have done dr david schwimmer moore appears to have a salt and pepper not in a short wiry ponytail. He looks like your aunts cool boyfriend kind of person you want to sit around a campfire with drinking a fresca and talking about the best sunsets he's ever seen. Oh god does he love it or hate it. I don't know probably a little bit of both and my guess but i hope he's met david schwimmer. I hope they hug. I want them to hug. Did you have any heroes that were paleontologist growing up like do you have a paleontologist just mentor hero or someone who may be died that you never got to meet <hes> well you know i had i had a few years ago but actually had one in particular comes. My this is actually really cool story. I wanted my wife. I heroes going up. <hes> <hes> was a paleontologist who worked in baltimore named david y. Sample and i went he was giving a talk at nature center near where i lived at times catholic nine or ten or something and i got super excited. I'll never forget that day was all adults and me ozzie only kid at this thing and i asked more questions than else combined and he just rolled with it and he talked to me afterwards and he was and he basically just not only tells you was awesome but after that day i decide in colleges were just awesome awesome people green. Oh this arkansas so anyway the <hes> so i that gave me this awesome additional passion ashen for the field though what makes the story really cool is fast forward at low over a decade later. He became p._c.'s provider seriously. Did he remember brutal. He didn't until jogs. His memory wants because like yeah murray. There's this kid way that was me and that's in which is pretty cool. That's like the end. That's like the ending scene of some movies like works out. Everything worked out. Ok everything we're k- yeah. I basically feel like i get paid to do my hobby which is awesome. What's your least favorite thing about the job and then we'll follow that with your favorite thing so like lease favorite quick thing about i got the job lewisville or at least favorite team at the job is the same least favorite thing that a lot about the job which is even though there's less bureaucracy and less people worked in a lot of jobs there still enough of it to be annoying yeah what about flies on that dick's. We don't have a lot of problems with the new mexico but the other place that i do field work doc these days is in dinosaur provincial park in alberta canada some mazing place it's incredible but when we go there typically in august the mosquitoes those are just terrible. It's terrifying you from you could see the swamp from a distance like smoke hanging over the grass and i i love fogs but not not in mass like that yeah. Go go give blood good alberta <hes> when they're gonna they're gonna find one of those mosquitoes and amber. They're gonna clone clone. You are going to be like we made it another well. What's your favorite thing about the <hes> that one's hard because just because the job actually is super fun. I love field work. I love opening drawers in new museum's collections. Go places you know travel the research. I really do enjoy teaching now. Of course what i'm teaching isn't really palaeontology haji but i'd love anatomy in general not anatomy in a friend's data two years ago at a social gathering our dad ed cota. Minis said he'd give me a little bit hard time and you go so you're you're an academic right yeah. <hes> what do you actually make. What are you like salary wise no his unlike what he what he's likely with you make and i think that seems a little rude over he was he was doing being was is being ruined. I think on purpose and i took a quick second and said i make doctors face. What did he do crying. No turnaround popped hopped beer and handed it to me. That's amazing checkmate. This is pretty good so but i i do love that kaput. I love i love trading trading feature physicians. There's so much talent and brainpower just wandering around at all times you sit down the starbucks u._s._c. and you start talking to the people and you'll learn five new things before noon. That's a lotta quality noggins in one area. I have some rapid fire questions for you from listeners. I'm some of them. Might v ridiculous might be too difficult to answer. I'm not sure but <hes> okay. I'm i'm just going to start so before we get to questions from <hes> not even listeners yet. 'cause i recorded this before we even had listeners or a patriot on for each episode i donate to a charity of the largest choosing and and this week it is going to n._h._l. Him dot org. That's the natural history museum in l._a. Which is responsible for so much goodness including an amazing being dinosaur program. They have obviously topnotch paleontologists there so an h. M. dot o._r._g. Gets the donation this week. That donation is made possible. Oh by sponsors of the show who are genuinely love and so here are a few words about them okay. Let's again two questions. Ah david wants to know any thoughts on what color dinosaurs were any new thoughts nicer. It depends on how new <hes> you're looking at but within the last handful of years yes there is as a significant breakthrough in the still olympic controversial but seems to be accurate in looking at the impressions of feathers in particular because feathers feathers store there pigments some pigments in these little kind of low capsules basically that a do preserve in some of these fossils and he's really well preserved fossils and you microscope microscope to see them but you see they're they're the called milan assumes and they store melanin or melanin was your family of different pigments and of course the original pigment isn't in them anymore but the shape and size of the film tells you what kind of melon and it had in it so they can use microscopy advanced microscopy imaging teaching techniques to on this feathers determine where certain melons relocated what is microscopy. It's just looking the things with a microscope. The music can get some the blacks grays dark brown reddish browns but they can't other colors so we have some idea that some of these things that had bold patterns but we don't know how old the colors were interesting. Okay tony wants to know if dinosaurs are the ancestors of modern birds. Does that mean that dinosaurs tasted tasted like chicken. They probably did <hes> tastes like chicken. Yes <hes> so it'll put his birds or just weird dinosaurs yeah yeah and <hes> and they probably did. I mean keep in mind the the closest living relatives of birds crocodilians have you ever had alligator. It tastes like chicken to scenario so so there's what we call genetic bracket in of tastiness there in about an yep so i imagined it would taste pretty much pretty much like chicken. Your typical dice would probably be mostly more dark meat than white meat because they have more hemoglobin for for moving <hes> sorta. It's very close with what turns the dark meat. Darkest soon called myo globe in which case restoring oxygen in muscle my ad and it's only you know did you you you. You're you're on the right tracks and that's used particularly in aerobic muscles and muscle that uses a lot of auction. It's high endurance muscle so it's this oxygen oxygen storing protein maya globe in that makes dark meat dark which is why legs which move around more or dark meat and chicken breast which just sits there not flapping much is is white so good luck ever looking at a roasted dinosaur. The same adam has a question <hes>. How do you know when to switch brushes. When you're digging out a fossil how you you know when the switch brushes when the one you currently have is unusable okay <hes> yeah it's <hes> as as we've already discussed paleontologists cheap <hes> and and we will use them until they're basically warned the hell and then you just do you have to get the finer and finer brushes when you're getting tiny grains of sand off <hes> <hes> you don't usually have to reduce the brush size much. Maybe a little bit. It's more things like anything sharp. Chisel sizes things like that. You're doing some more detailed work. You have to go to smaller tool. <hes> <hes> brushes any kind of broad soft paintbrush will kind of do <hes> <hes> certain bristle types are better than others but you know. It's you know it's not like it's not like painting eighteen. We're going out to detail work. You're not taking off. Each individual grain of sand is yes some loose stuffing and you've russia the way and you have some more loose stephanie russia. The keating is the not to damage the fossil. I eight always picture. You guys going down to like a watercolor to hairs on the brush like delicately. It's good to know that you guys like now. Just get the dust off. I've used dental tools goals to edge suffered a round of fossil before it seems fun. <hes> it is for a while and then i become tedious. It's fun yeah. I love it but yeah. We don't go to tiny brushes at t._j. Wants to know how many of the fossils on display museums are actually replica us her casts right so it depends on what museum you're at and all it depends in large part what age the museum is in our exhibit particular when it was built if it's a really old exhibits says he hasn't been changed since the nineteen twenties it's likely mostly original material oh <hes> because during that time they didn't do as much casting they they didn't mind drilling through some of these things to put on exhibit and then as you got into the midst late twentieth century that fell out of favor because they wanna put holes in the research specimen but now so it's a really recent exhibit ironically enough. You're going to see more original stuff on display again because we have better armature now. What we call cradle amateurs armature amateurs are the metal cradles that hold the bones in place externally not lets you remove pieces where research and put back do whatever more importantly you don't have to drill realness shit out of fossils to wire them together which is very old school now what percentage of each of the specimens originals a whole nother ballgame. You very rarely find find a complete skeleton. She has a few different ways of of in the with a complete skeleton for exhibit. One is to create a composite from multiple originals of the same species are all similar enough if in age and size that it will more work than average individuals so you're displaying isn't a single individual ever lived but it's sort of an average of four five individuals that were very similar so it's like a franken sore is like a franken sort okay and then if the things really incomplete in this happens quite often you found it you you do have enough to know what it is. You have enough to know. It's a new animal. What have you but you say fifteen percents of the skeleton you will fill in the rest of casts but the museums are trying their best yeah so do some do some placard reading. It's interesting to see trends friends in paleontology and i don't know it's interesting to see paleontology itself evolve steven one of our audio engineers really really really big dinosaur nerd lake super big you may know stephen morris from being america's podcast darling and from his own programs such as the per cast which is about cats and see jurassic jurassic right which is his podcast devoted solely to the movie and it involves his own childhood jurassic park fantastic which is latest fuck. I had a question isn't sarah adequate about the <hes> the toro <hes> the toro ceratops in triceratops controversy controversy here is it sometimes daigneault's. I knows yet mistaken for other ones and dinosaur ghosts hate this. If the triceratops is just a juvenile torres or if or if the <hes> you know they decided if it was actually two different species right so that is that is actually still ache that is an ongoing debate the majority of paleontologists that work on horned dinosaurs consider themselves to be separate species but there is one research team that has <hes> published data indicating that they think that triceratops is actually we call it junior synonym him that is it through a juvenile another animal. I'm personally not entirely convinced but it's a neat idea but right now i'd say the majority opinion amongst logistic. There's still that triceratops is a valid name but we'll see how it how it plays out. Thank you there. Were what's the hot gas on a brontosaurus rouser so the short answer is brought us sources valid name again. Do you like petty gossip. Okay then. This is a beautiful story so in the late eighteen hundreds to rich dudes off neil charles marsh and edward drinker cope had a mutual reciprocal hatred for each other tried to outdo each other in terms of halian to logical supremacy and they would sabotage each other's work. They would publicly discredit the other one one of them. Marsh put the wrong skull on napata sorus and colder brontosaurus in the end. We got a lot of fossils a lot of knowledge out of their rivalry but they both went broke in the process just google bone wars. It's like a bravo show but we more manacles articles and here's the update on the source. The original material that was named brontosaurus was in later found through i've been comprised of multiple animals of different species and so it was decided that brought the source was not a valid name 'cause he's well. It's all known stuff. You can't combine them insane. It's a new animal. All right researchers recently went through that material again with better knowledge more data that we now have over time and get better knowledge of without their the cross compared about yourself often what they found was that yes a lot of that material was already known species but some of it didn't match anything and therefore was in fact new doubt and and that means the original name holtz. That's some good breaking news on the brontosaurus fronts. Yes i feel like between pluto and brontosaurus chorus. A lot of people got really confused about who would what was happening. Just over ten years ago catch you up. Pluto was demoted to adore planet because it doesn't have enough game mm-hmm compared to the objects around it that is very casual explanation like pluto somewhere just butthurt right crying into a wine cooler being like what am i am i right well okay last question. This is actually from league into <hes> an entomologist at the natural history museum. She was no how to studying. Ancient fossils help the world today. <hes> does a good question so i and and i can give a couple of different answers to that. One one answer would be that that knowledge for its own sake is kind of helping the world on a more practical side. If if the questions really you know what is it what sort of practical applications it doesn't have. I'll be honest to say that some of it doesn't have any but some of it does if you want to know for example what kinda shit goes down down wind global when go atmosphere energy i e surface temperature changes very rapidly. You need to go into the fossil record. The should has happened before right right. It's not it's not like the earth is never seen rapid warming or rapid cooling or things before it did. That's one of the reasons why biologist for example get scared when you look the t the growing temperatures spike because oh yeah yeah we've seen this in our records right about the time a whole bunch of shit died right and it's not of course because of his gets too to warm is because of the rate right and if you wanna know how fast things have to change to be disruptive you have to look at the fossil record for more infamous look look up huge meteor that slammed into an area of present day mexico over sixty five million years ago and change the climate leading to mass extinction of seventy five percent of the animals and plants on earth aka okay it k key event kate ashtray and then lastly in my particular case is a by a mechanism. I do work with engineers on robotics applications for for the most part if you're interested in animal model from says he wouldn't make a robot or something you wanna look at get inspiration from biological systems. Living things are the first place you would normally go because you can get a lot more data from them. Obviously however ninety nine point nine percent of all things i've ever lived are extinct. How weird is that ninety nine point nine percent of all things that ever lived are extinct just do you cut bangs texture crush rock die so if you limit yourself to just looking at those things you're you're only getting a small fraction of the possible solutions to moving around or eating or things that you wanna that you wanna model so looking at other ways. It's been done is very informative. Well i mean it's i think that's kind of the basis of why people are curious about science is that the past can hopefully or possibly inform the future so you you always have like a vested interest in knowledge because it could it kind of plots your course going forward. It seems much much more sustainable way of forty what i rambled on on about the idea of having a unmanned aviation. That's the shape of a terrace or just like a robotic terracar. Can you work on that. I probably work on that and i don't know how useful that would be but we could probably work on it. That'd be pretty funny a writable robot tarasov that you can use to get the work can delay traffic yeah. Is that okay. We'll see what i clip. Put it on your to do list. She very gingerly stock dr michael habib. Find him on the twitter's at arrow a. e. r. o. e. v. o. Oh 'cause aerial evolution is bag and to see photos of his field work and the museum but probably not cadavers follow him on instagram. He's at habiba nater. Just as it sounds <hes> this podcast is on twitter at allergies pod and on instagram at allergies and i'm on both of those as alley award and if you like this podcast and like not having to listen to a bunch of ads consider supporting it for about the price of a coffee per month on petri on i'm putting this out myself because i love doing it. 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I'm recording his entirely highly in my underwear and i'm getting ready to run out the door to go to the airport. I'm going to go up to my folks to celebrate their anniversary and my suitcases packed but open. I'm recording as fast as i can and i'm gonna send it off to stephen morris to kind of this episode. Also he has a secret about perhaps some dino panels he might be involved with in the future. He's not allowed to announce yet so i'm putting in a secret at the very end and i didn't really announce anything. I just teased it there. You go and the other secret. I'm gonna tell you is that this flag episode ended up so much harder than i thought it was going to be so thank you for enjoying this episode while i got through the research on that and delivered it in a way that did it justice and had a little bit of a breather this weekend to hang out with my family so so there you go. They're your secrets all right. 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Producer of "Friends" Defends All White Casting by Acting Like Black People Don't Live in New York

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Producer of "Friends" Defends All White Casting by Acting Like Black People Don't Live in New York

"Since hello hello. Hello everyone and welcome to another episode of more content. That's the only show that cuts through the glen the glitz and all the bullshit to bring you the truth. Theus news that we can find. One toady lad was gonna be this way you high on co gabriella folk anyway Damage talk about friends. White people tv white people comedy. This particular like branded comedy very happy. Go lucky like oh we're going to. We're going to go and do something. We're going to smile the whole fucking time and it's just gonna be so fun. Yeah i gotta tell you. That is probably the dumbest show in history and european history. I mean i mean it's it's sad too because like you know you went from you. And from shoeshine. Shit you in from shakespeare to complete garbage. You know what i mean like. I'm sure like when that show premiered. You know like great writers. Like hemingway were turning over in their graves. Like oh no like died too young. These people crazy they don't know what the fuck do Yeah i i remember being young and that show will come on and i would just i would just leave the room because it's not like no black people like friends they are some. You know they there'd be blue. They love that show. That's that's their show but it's mostly white tv for white people right and so There was a whole debate about friends that had started And it was basically saying that friends. The concept of friends was basically taken from living single which was a show with queen latifah As well as various three other black women whose names. Unfortunately i don't have at hand A kind of decided this topic on the fly so but they're all very talented. Living single was probably one of the best shows to ever air. That show ran a long time. It was all black. Almost everyone in the show was black like even if it was a walk on the end they all kinda did live together in the same apartment. I believe the show took place in new york. I'm not one hundred percent sure but So a lot of black people who said well you know you just kind of took the concept that we had and made it white and then it became Popular because it was why and that's kinda through point and entertainment in general You know whether you got like elvis like coming along and stealing from big mama morton or You know If you look at comedy today a lot of stand up comedy that White people are doing. That's not what they were doing In the in the fifties it was very different. But you know you had a things like def comedy jam that a lot of white people grew up with and now you know they've they're making basically the same jokes so you see this down through history right you always see white people coming in and basically saying all right. Well we're going to do this shit now and all the black people fired and so that was the dispute. A lot of people don't realize that there was actually a real dispute behind the show was an and it was it was essentially living single with white people and the fact that it was so successful with white people just goes to show you how silly america is because if you look at the tv show friends. What is is a bunch of Poor supposedly poor white people. They're supposed to be poor. This weird like illegi like joey. The character this is just the out of work actor. But somehow this motherfucker is found a way to like afford like a high rise in new york which is going to run you about five million bucks a year or something like that. I don't know re ten million but this is just chilling like you know. And what was it. The lisa kudrow character. I don't know her name. I don't give phoebe phoebe. that's what it was. She didn't really have a job either. She just hang out. You know she was. Like i don't know she's a singer or some shit i don't know what the fuck she did reliving and have no idea what any of the people in that show did for a living because they never really talked about it like that much like it was always just them and they're always like at home at the same time so it's like do all your work at the same place like i don't understand you know what i mean like the whole show was dumb like this was no like achievement for any of anything like you know it was. It was a yeah just an appalling. Kinda like you know when when people are so happy. And you just like you're just like dude. Stop being so fucking happy. Like there's no reason to be that happy and you know like happy endings. To the television show. There was never really in conflict if there was lasted for. Maybe like you know five minutes and then everyone's hugging and kissing each other just completely a false reality that doesn't exist not based on any Realism which you know. Hollywood loves to act like they're like this meta realist like acting organization which they're not. It's just a bunch of fucking fairy tales for white people But anyway. I probably would've never did this. Show had the creator of friends not come out and basically turn the debate that i just described to you which obviously has legitimate concerns from black people and she just basically made it sound like. We're all stupid right. Because that's white producers do and so this this white person who is probably a casting director was like will. What do you want me to do. Cast all of the other characters. That's black people how that would make no sense. Black people don't exist in new york. They don't live in new york. She didn't say that. But that was that was kind of the tone and that was the thing that irritated me are a. Is it this all kinds of black people in new york. Okay go to new york. They're all over the place. You know a lot of white people. Don't see him because you know they call the cops and the cops come and jump on top of the black people so. I think that this woman doesn't know that there's black people in new york because she's always calling the cops on them all the time right and yeah you know. I get irritated when people act like it's just a while a black person is on television. Wow this is groundbreaking. Did we have done something here. Folks there is a black person on the tv show. This is not and christopher from her content please and more content talk. I am telling you use anchor first of all because anchor is free which is a really good reason but anchor also has awesome creation tools that allow you to create your podcast directly from your browser or phone anchor will distribute your podcast on spotify apple. Podcast and more you can make money on anchor with With no minimum listenership is everything. You need to make a podcast in one place. Download the free anchor app or go to anchor dot. Fm to get started today because anchor is awesome just like more content. yes by A show that would do that. A lot was seinfeld like they would have a black character covad and they would just like be like so. See we're innovative. We brought a black person on tv. Let black people are in life. Okay it's you know like we're all over the place. We are part of reality. I know that like white. People don't like to admit that but it's very believable for for group of black people to be hanging out together and also very believable for you to do a show. That's that's a black cast. You know because we we act as if we're integrated in society mostly we keep within our own groups. You know i give you Go to wipe. Persons house is going to be a bunch of white people. Black person's house. Black people for the most part. I mean there's variety in there sometimes but that just blew me away. It's like what is this woman saying she saying that it's just unfathomable for black people to be successful and living in new york city is that is that what she's implying that comment because it was very generic comment. I was like well. What am i supposed to do. The blackstone achieve those. This is so stupid. Why how does it de dum as crack heads like that get work. You know. I mean like you must be you know doing someone favors. I don't know if you're gonna be that dumb and you can get to the top. That just proves my point that it's not about hard work. It's just about being stupid if you're stupid enough you're going to go places in america all right. You're dumb if you're ignorant. If you make all milk make all kinds of stupid shit up and You know diminish other people's points and try to treat them like they're garbage or you know they're mistreating you because they spoke out about something that's how you get you know to the top. You gotta malign others you gotta you gotta make them look like they're the ones who have the problem because you hear that a lot now day you know like a black entertainer come out and be like i can't get a job you know you got like eighty million in shows cs. I you know about white people. You know eighty million versions of see as is all same. Damn white people did on the show since the beginning. The whole sci-fi channel is white and nothing but white people have the sci-fi channel. Don't talk about the aliens. The black aliens you bring in you know goddamn well at a right every fucking character. Who is a minority on. The scifi channel is like some sort of alien from another as if minorities black people don't exist on earth. They come from rs okay. That's that's the sci-fi channel or yooglie the history channel. They tell you aliens built the pyramids. It doesn't matter where you go you know. It's it's all about building up white people just ticket basset over black people and then people have the identity the nerve to ask me. Why are you so mean to white people. Get get the fuck outta here. I'm not. I'm just calling out. I'm calling names. And i'm having fun. Doing i have a good time making funny. All y'all the ones who get butthurt. Y'all are the ones who are like a conservatives right and they'll be like well it's it's this age of political correctness and then they'll say that about stuff that they say if they come out and call you nigger it'd be like oh well you know you're just being to political correct. You're you don't allow people to say the n word but you know you say some shit you'd be like look you cracker ass motherfucker. And then they'll oh. Well you're racist you see your your encroaching. You should not be allowed to say that in public sir. You should not be allowed to say that you cannot call me cracker call you a cracker ass crackhead. Friends sucked sucked sucked white. People don't make television shows like that ever again ever again. i'll follow. i'll follow the season. Just tear it all shreds it sucked. It was it was so bad and i have every right is person to be upset when white nonsense is on my tv. Okay if you're gonna put that shit all over television you can tell me. The david schwimmer is a good actor. Come on now come on now. Come on now white people. You have to be more honest than that. You know. God damn well motherfucker. Kanak david schwimmer. Gimme fucking break. Was the other one matthew perry. He went to the reunion of friends and he looked just sad. You see that. He was like upset to be there. He was like god damn it. I can't get away from this shit. That's his name matthew perry. I felt bad for him. I was like yeah man. No one wants to be here right now. And i understand you know. Saw the picture with his hands in his head like why do i have to be here against these people. Feel you who else was on the show. Monica i don't know her name. Jennifer aniston jennifer. Aniston can act a little bit. She's not that great but she she put effort into it. I don't know man that whole show was trash was garbage. You know not gonna make me like it regardless. And i'm gonna keep talking shit about friends. Hell yeah why not. You ain't got no black friends. I don't like you call it. White friends white friends. No one told you life was gonna be this. Why don't we because you days all will be proud. We know when black show up you feel the fear instead that cracker crackhead white s. Show get shit outta here. Don't go make a show about harlem or fucking watts not harlem. That's that's that's too nice making sure about what's compton do friends in that. Show this black ass. The focus sitting around talking shit about white people can't stand there cracker. I went to work fucking told me to say you'd better do it. I'd watch that show. That'd be way better. Show be starring a spike lee Burn spike lee. Just mad every episode. Just like these fuck white fuck these white people there you go. That's that's the new friends is coming out black friends when this was a fun episode. Not being serious in this But that was real news that crack your head Crackhead ladies said that was like. I don't understand why black people are so upset. Why this white people in new york. That's all there is. It's it's realism. okay all right. I'm done. I'm just gonna go on forever. Hey look have a wonderful evening. Day afternoon siesta. Whatever it may be you can follow us. More content talk at youtube as well as tiktok and instagram and you can also follow us on twitter at more underscore content p. l. s. Are everyone have a good one and remember when life gets you down. You could always laugh. Probably not friends but you know you could probably find something on netflix all right.

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GSMC Social Media News Podcast Episode 157: Cat Party, Friends, Lost Island, Diapers

GSMC Social Media News Podcast

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GSMC Social Media News Podcast Episode 157: Cat Party, Friends, Lost Island, Diapers

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And welcome to the G, S MC social media, news podcast brought to you by the MC podcast network. I'm your host Heidi. And I am of course joined by the wonderful on. Hello today. We are talking about a few funds social media stories, and the first one caught my eye mostly because it has cats in it. I mean also pajamas. I'm down for a pajama as well. So the first is the US embassy in Canberra, Cambra, Australia has issued an apology, and they sent out this apology on Sunday, October fourteenth, because a fake meeting invitation was emailed from the State Department. This sounded like a fun party that I wished they been throwing because I totally would've gone. So they had a invitation, and on the picture on the invitation picture was a pajama wearing cat and Pacific. It was a cat in like a cookie monster. Like onesie with, like cookies near hit. So I guess it was for a pajama cat cookie party. I'm not a fan of cats, but I'm down to a pajama party. Oh, yeah. Down like oh, yeah. Cookie monster. Party totally after that cookie. Is in Pajau me like cookies, and loose clothing as much as you want, you'll be fine. I should get one of those for thanksgiving. Then just the once he gets. I get too hot though. You know, my Alana's, lots of people in the house. Yeah. You don't want to get to tell them to leave your house, and then just keep all the food. Yeah. That's for sure. I would do that. Maybe that's what they were planning on. You know, maybe that's what the cat was planning. And the title of being petition was cat pajama jam as so I think that's a doorbell. Apparently, it was actually sent out by them. And I guess it was a mistake. So okay, it was a mistake, but somebody actually made the whole poster was supposed to be a joke. It was like I they didn't specify. I'm pretty sure if it was a joke, they wouldn't tell us that it was a joke. Internal joe. To be alarmed. You don't worry. There's not a secret party going on. They said it was like a test. So they were like testing the Email until they, I guess they made a fake invitation. Okay. And then didn't send it didn't mean to send it out. Yeah. So I don't know. That's like a lot of effort for it really is ought to just sent the Email and said tests, the point of doing a whole. That's all. That's why I'm like, maybe they actually had this party planned, and they just didn't mean to send it to everyone. Yeah. Internal just for the alright, just a special office, Hannity. Don't tell Bob down the way. The, the Email also contained a pair only section of Latin and an RSVP button. Wow. So I wonder if people are Espy peed, I would have I totally would and the public affairs counselor at the US mission to Australia said it was a training air, and that it was made a new staff member. Sure, will. Apparently for the Email newsletter platform. Right. And then he's also quoted saying sorry to disappoint those of you who were hoping to attend this cat pajama jam party. I'm sad arms. I feel like that'd be fun. They can have the picture. I don't do cats. I would probably walk around in one of our other shows, I aim for them in my cars. I would love the cat part. But if you're just there for the pajamas and the cookie, that would work too good music. I'm sure they know music. Yeah. Or just the sound of purring. I don't know how that might put people to sleep. Oh, that's true that that'd be very relaxing with all the cookies, too. Rattled coma fall asleep. But unfortunately that party is apparently not going on. Yeah. Sorry, guys. So I mean I guess if you are a sweet peed. I'm sorry. Maybe you can throw your own cat pajama jam. Yeah. Make other plans that night. Apparently, it was a training air. So, okay. Sure. Yeah. Training air. That's we all use exact when we missed the text messages or emails, sorry that was a training error. I dunno app. My friend. I didn't mean to put exactly. Training air. Sorry, our next door is one that I have really enjoyed and I've seen a lot of social media. I also have seen multiple BuzzFeed article. Yeah. This. So the Blackpool police and Blackpool is a seaside resort on the Irish Sea coast of England. It has like a really old like theme park that is historic is still open. I think it is. Yeah, that's nothing. That's probably creepy. But it's like a seaside town. They have like olds like a wooden roller coaster. And like unlike appear not looks like, but I don't know. So very quaint. So the Blackpool police shared on social media, a picture from security, footage of a man, robbing a store, and ask citizens to come forward with any information. They may have to catch the thief, and this was sent out on the twenty third of October. And so there was a picture from the security Cam, and the quote said, do you recognize this man? We want to speak to him in relation to a theft at Blackpool restaurant in the twentieth of September. If you know who this is please Email on the gave an Email address and said, thank you for your help. Now, I don't know if. No one noticed when they posted this. Yeah, they just didn't think about it. Because like our just posting a suspect pick. Right. But the man in the picture looks like David Schwimmer, aka Ross Keller friends, it does to it's all really does on. I think they posted on their Facebook. And it's like this kind of blurry Votto minis folding. It looks like like a like a big latte. Yeah. Cans. Yeah. I thought it was beer. So it's probably. Yeah. Soda something in cans to drink. And he's like struggling it's kind of like the box is breaking falling apart. So the internet, very quickly cut onto this guess everyone loved it. And Larry's they like within they said, within twenty four hours, the photo had received more than one hundred and two thousand comments when we're members of the public telling the police that the man looked like David Schwimmer. It's David Schwimmer. And there were so many like memes were made so many Twitter responses, I saw like a compile Asian of the comments from Facebook. Yeah. And one of the ones that I liked the quotes and it's like saying, like it's an episode title, the one where Ross becomes a thief, so in friends, if people don't know like all of the episodes begin with the one, and then it's like where when this happened where it happened. Why are, you know exactly the one where Ross because they've is alert. I saw another one where it's a quote, and this is just for people who watch friends. Now, I'm sorry. Yeah. The quote was like, like you don't understand living with Monica, if you didn't eat I you. Didn't he? Like there, there is some good ones are like the ones like give them just like. Take it easy on him. They were on a break. Oh, yeah. If you watch friends, you would know all of these, there was a lot and people got really into it, as I said, and then on Wednesday. So the day after after the police posted this David Schwimmer responded, and he posted a video of himself moving through a convenience store with a bunch of cans, which basically resembled, the picture that the police shared like reenacting, don't you will? It was like a. Like a, a gif of him like he was stealing. Yeah. Exactly. And he paused at the cameras. Yeah. Just for the picture again he did a really good job. And then he quoted underneath sane officers. I swear it wasn't me as you can see I was in New York. And then he wrote to the hardworking Blackpool police, good luck with the investigation hashtag, it wasn't me. Oh my gosh. His video his footage of, of like him reenacting was hilarious by itself. It was perfect. Yeah. And the Blackpool police announced that allegedly the thief with notch when we're saying that he was in the United States at the time. And then they quoted saying, thank you to everyone for your speedy response. We have investigated this matter, thoroughly. And we have confirmed that David. On this date. We're so. Sorry, it has to be this way, that would be as a officer something, you know, going through all those comments just to find, like, oh, David Schwimmer, or you know, things about friends, and everything is like this is such a waste. I trying to see if somebody actually had some, you know, something to give them for real, you know, or like if someone just didn't know about friends like some like, you know, intern was going through yet is everyone just loss with why do they keep posting this themes? Apparently there was also like another police station nearby that saw this tweeted back. And like a lot of people just thought it was super funny and it's also not Amelie clear whether anyone has actually been arrested in connection to the case. Oh, wow. So. Yeah. Good luck pool. Yeah. I hope that, you know, there's not another friend's look like we know I know I feel like that guy could never get with the crime again. Because everyone knows that there's someone who looks like raw around ganger for sure. Which I guess is good, right? Yeah. He found his Doppler ganger. Yeah. I mean, not in a very positive way. But that's what all the like all the websites, I saw that. Oh, like we found his doctor fees. Sees the bad part of it. Yeah. So poor off. Yeah. You always always route for him. I know I wonder if my d'appel ganger is like the for a murderer something. Oh, that'd be terrifying. Oh, I know. I hear that there's like off subject. Sorry. I hear that. Everybody has like seven in the world because there's like seven billion people or something? I don't know. But there's like. Click. Yeah. Yeah. Across crazy. I remember when I was a child, I was in the playground, and I like almost ran into this girl, and then I stopped, and we both looked each other, and we looked extremely similar and we just like paused and stared at each other, and then like slowly walked away. It's like a sister sister that grow face. Yeah. Basically, but, you know it's crazy. I wasn't I didn't think she was my twin yet that was fun. So. I guess I have six more defined. I know I have some, I have never found one of my man, I hope they're good people. Please be good. If you've be because if you have my face and you're out there doing some crazy stuff. We did it be okay with this all of us. We all have to be on the same page here. They're gonna all commit crimes, or no one's gonna commit any. Thank you. Thank you. Exactly. So with that, we're gonna take a break, and then we're gonna keep come back and keep talking about social media. Charlie loves cherry. So he fills his foster with wild cherry cherry cola and tops it off the cherry linemate. It's the cherry on Charlie's day, nixed the polar pop or frostier that works for you just seventy nine cents at circle k limited time only at participating locations. 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So this is about a Hawaiian island and sadly, it has vanished. Oh, yeah. So east island, which is considered a hill, a part of the Hawaiian islands it has vanished, under the waves in the wake of hurricane Walker will lock while Lucca and hurricane will octa is one of the most intense Pacific storms. They've ever had reached category. Five in early October with maximum sustained winds of one hundred and sixty miles per hour and an extremely strong storm surge and the storm surge as well as rising sea levels, also resulting from climate change or what factored into the island's disappearance. How come I never said anything about this? Like on the news or anything. I don't know. It's very small. So if there's a scientist, who took like some drone footage on, because he was studying the island. And it's kind of it just looks like a sandbar mostly. So it's not very big. Okay, because there are a lot of smaller little islands out there. And so this is very small. So it could just be people didn't notice like no one really lives on it. Yeah. So no one said anything about the small story. Yeah. But what about the hurricane like I don't even think I even heard about that, either. I if it's a category, five. Right. I mean it could have also been that it didn't want it actually hit like the populated. Yeah. It has. It has, I think that could also be like it might have just hit, these unpopulated uninhabited islands. That's full strength. So I don't know. I guess also it wasn't just the storm. It was also like rising tides change. So I don't know. Maybe in feel the storm is much. I know. I mean it's not like anybody lived on their any right? Which is good good. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Oh, gosh. Also, this really long named. I hope I can say, we'll good luck. I probably won't be able to. But I'm going to track. All right. So east island is part of the Papa HANA, Honam, O, K marine national monument. I am so. Yeah. I'm not even going to try and spell that out for you. That's too long. It serves as a critical habitat for endangered Hawaiian monk seals and sea turtles, and it was just washed away. So I'm so sorry. Hawaii a federal officials said on Monday, which would be the twenty second of October, that it had been washed away and chip Flusher a university of Hawaii climate scientists who was doing research on this island, like July on this, east island told news outlets that he figured the island would be underwater eventually, but he thought it would take a few decades for rising seas to eliminate it. He's, he's quoted saying that he had like no idea what happened that fast. Yeah. Like within like one day it was there in the next it was gone. Well, I feel like you have to take that into consideration though to you can't just be like, oh, it'll be gone because of climate change. But then it's like you're in the middle of the ocean to those. So hurricanes do arise there. Right. If you're not thinking about it. Yeah. Yeah. So like, if I should have been like if a her. Mccain came definitely be gone kind of thing, even a side note. Yeah. Just so, you know, exactly which also sad. Because like that was a habitat like it wasn't plenty people right by animal. Right. Exactly. So that's really unfortunate and it's kind of weird. If you look at the picture, you can see the whole outline of the island. It's not very deep underwater. So it's kind of crazy. It's almost like a seal could sort of stand on it. Yeah. And then still and still be under maybe like a foot or a couple of, of water. Just it's just crazy. To think that like the a lot more islands like that, though. Yeah. Lowly been like a wrote it away and covered. That's insane. Yeah. And you would want those to like grow right? But yeah because it does look like you can still see it under the one. Yeah. Which is weird and it's, it's crazy. I'm sorry. So east island had hosted a US coastguard station until nineteen fifty two which also when they said that I was like, I feel like it used to be bigger then yeah, so it's been like going being covered. So they're not sure if east island will ever ever return and they don't know what's going to happen to the displaced animals. So. So they had it on my new. Home. Yeah. They do that was probably perfect because no humans lived on. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I mean, not since these like Wilde like Wilde seals and sea turtles, like they can just go like kinda chill there for a little bit. Okay. I'm sure they're really resourceful animals, and they'll find another help. So also east island is part of what is called the French, frigate shoals and about one seventh of the world's endangered. Hawaii Hawaiian monk seals were born on these shows have on east island. Oh, wow. That's so sad. It is also climate change. Yeah. Real get please don't think that it's not real people or disappearance scientific fact. Okay. Come here for for fact, right? Exam them right now. Yeah. Yeah. The picture is, is crazy to see it just kinda almost like when you see a fish swim by you and you just see it there as you see it's outlined, like dark, shadow know something there. And you can also the scientists that chip Fleischer Fletcher, we said he had flown so he had flown a drone over it to take pictures in July, when he started studying it so you can see even in his drones that part of it is like you can kind of see what's going under already, which I'm sure is why he thought that this is going to eventually disapp-, right? But you can even see on that picture. There's still some like plants and stuff. Yeah. On looks like some remains of what could have been the coastguard pieces of wood, and things like that, and this is completely gone. So those poor seals even have that much space on that island. Share it with sea turtles. I mean sorry I like sea turtles. But they just wanted to kick them off. So our next story this, okay? This one's a little bit funnier. All right. Good. I didn't completely lie to you all. So this takes place in New Jersey, and apparently New Jersey had been suffering from a diaper bandit, New Jersey. So, yeah, that's weird. Okay. Diaper bandit. Wait, what? Okay. So when I saw Deb ranted I thought that meant he was stealing died. Yeah. That's what it sounds like which is weird, but he's not stealing diapers. He's actually giving diapers more like leaving diapers places it's. So it's a he yeah he's leaving. Please. Yeah. Told me they're used abors. Oh. So on Wednesday, which is the twenty fourth of October. A New Jersey man was accused of dumping dirty diapers on New Jersey railroads over the past year. Oh, you're nasty. He has finally been caught. Good. His name is William Friedman. He is sixty eight years old. These are grown up diapers. Oh, no, no. They're not. They're not. That would be worse. Yes, he really weird dumping. Your used adult. Yes. Yes. Okay. So these are toddler diapers that would be like our inventhelp yet. It'd be new level. So he was spotted in a box truck dumping, a load of steel diapers on the road. He was near routes forty seven and fifty Anglo Chester county around three fifteen AM on a Sunday. Which he okay? When I read that I was like, I don't feel like you're that senile because you're doing this so that you won't get caught. Yeah, I feel like the middle lane. Yeah. Exactly. If you're like, kinda crazy. You know, you aren't really aware of what you're doing. Right. You wouldn't care. What time you did this at three fifteen your daddy, trying to knock it cut. So does he does he work for like the dump truck company or something? No, where's he finding these diapers? Okay. So you said, this is what he claimed he claims that they were from his grandson. Which is a lot of I mean. Yeah. Divers but I feel okay it's he was doing this, at least three times a week he would dump diapers in one area and then change locations and times, which was making it difficult for officers to catch. Yeah. So that's insane. It took ten months to catch Friedman's pattern apparently alleged pattern. Oh my God. Because he had a dumping, his dumping pattern was elaborate enough that they couldn't find him again, like he would leave at different times in to catch him. An officer had a hunch. That's he just had been following this case for a long time on San Sunday. And he was controlling the area where he thought the diaper bandit would strike next. So I guess let's just a police hunch. Those things are real. Then I guess I can't it's just like a year that he had been on this case. And. After they caught him dumping. These diapers at three fifteen is taken into questioning and allegedly he admitted to the crime and he claimed the diapers whereas grandsons and. He had described the like they called it cereal dumping. Cereal as a as a game that he had played to allude officers. He just refund just for fun. Okay. So I feel like there's some charges that are about to be pressed against you. And you're not this is fun anymore. Yeah. I mean, I guess what else are you gonna do when your sixty eight years old? But I know sitting around in Joe I guess, I guess. Yeah. You could have done something else to miss with officers, but I wouldn't recommend doing that because it could be against the law should find the different hobby. Yeah. Yeah. We ask that you like, why would he drive around dumping them when he could have easily just driven to a dumpster? Yeah. And put dispose fifteen AM who wants to be up at that time. Apparently, sixty eight year old men in New Jersey have nothing better to demand. And also related to this crime on June twenty fourth, so this is going on for so long on June twenty-fourth a motorcycle is slid on a plastic bag of soiled diapers left on the road and crashed see now you can charge with negligence or something or. Yeah. Well, he was actually charged with interference with transportation on top of receiving numerous traffic tickets and township ordinances. Yeah. If I was that, dude on the motorcycle, I'd be like, okay, I have to I'm doing something. That's so gross. Yeah. So. Oh my gosh. I hope did he land in? I don't wanna know. That would be awful. Yeah. Oh. And that'd be terrible to, and you're like you wake up in the hospital and they're like, well, it was a soiled diaper. That's so embarrassing Upson. Sorry, sir. So we're gonna take another break, and then we're gonna come back with more social media news. From a bird, watching nurse to a line dancing firefighter. Nobody's just one thing. 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So I think she kept the name because it's like who she is kind of, like what Tina Turner did. It's like oh, that's like on you really famous name you had. Okay. All right. So Kris Jenner went on Ellen and Ellen was asking him about Konya, because, you know, Connie is married to Kim is Chris's daughter. So that makes her son-in-law, right? And Ellen was asking her like how she feels about Konya with the White House. Yeah. And with some of the things that he's been saying, and I feel like they were expressing concern about him. Yeah. Which they very well should be because he mentioned that he wasn't on his medication. And that being diagnosed with bipolar was a misdiagnosis and he was just sleep deprived. And then I think he also said that in a previous interview, maybe a month or so before that he wasn't on his medication either. So I mean I feel like they have every right to. Be expressing their concern with his mental state because just the kind of the way he's been acting. I've seen him on another into another interview show. I think it was Jimmy Kimmel, and he was not even the same person as how he was at the White House like the White House, he was just energetic, and loud, and just all over the place. And then on this other show, he was just really calm. Just sat back head his arms folded, most of the time, he kinda even answered like the questions that he was asked one word or two word answers. Very short. So it was like two, totally different kind yays, like, I kinda feel like he was misdiagnosed personally. That's just my opinion, but they have yet they Ellen and Kris Jenner. They obviously have a point to be concerned about. Yeah. And they were and I agree. I feel like he wasn't misdiagnosed right? And or I mean, if he was he just has really big mood swings. But they were like one of the things that Chris was saying is that she cares about him. He's in her family. She loves him and like really her aunt Eleanor bolt saying, like he's talented. We want to help him and support him. And we're not. They didn't really say how they could do that. I think Ellen was saying she was hoping that would get help professional helm. You know. Yeah. Some sort of medicine or something to help stabilize. Right. Chris wasn't necessarily saying that but they were just expressing concern. And Chris seemed to be like saying she there's not anything huge that she can do rush. You can't control what he does, but she worries about him. And, yes, you know, Ellen was saying you already have a bunch of kids. Yeah. Grandkid. Exactly this must be very stressful as well to think about, right. And Ellen even asked Chris like how she felt about it. Like, how do you feel about him being in your family like that going off in talking like that in Chris basically said, you know, he has a lot of personal opinions and views. And she said, she just wishes that he would keep some of those private or discuss them with, like just the family. Yeah. And then they can figure out how they can help or how the family can help him, you know. So wait was like talking. About like, when he was at the White House, and he was telling Trump about, like a plane. Yeah. And things like that, like saying Chris was saying, like, things like that, you know that are his very personal opinion. She kind of hoping he wouldn't tell the people, and also with, that it kind of sounds like like she's wanting him to not just share all of those things. I also has a huge platform. Yeah. He does like he's opinionated. And he has a bunch of people that will listen to exactly and not just like for, for him being like a celebrity or rap artist is like him being able to go to the White House and speak to people on that level is crazy, too. And is like okay say what you have to say, but sometimes it's, it's a personal. It's a family issue that maybe we can help you with or we didn't help you raise you're going to say. Yeah. And it seemed like during the interview that Chris was had with Ellen. She expressed more family concern for him like like her. Being his mother-in-law, you know, and of course, his mom being passed so he doesn't really have a mother person other than her. She's really kinda like I want to be there to help you like it. I feel like watching her and hearing her that was her most her biggest concern. Yeah. I agree. And I mean, like Chris, I mean, kind of what I hear the hill say is Christmas made, basically all approach her children famous. Yeah. And successful because she's their manager. Exactly. And I feel like he should take her up on that offer. Rank, there's someone who's going to help you in the public. I, I would say Chris has seen everything exact helped with everything. Yeah. I don't know how good she would be, you know, personal business, maybe because they're all of their personal business is not personal. Yeah. They'll world knows their business. Right. So just also interesting, if she's in basically, the business of making her family business everyone's, but yes, yeah. And then she says that Connie should keep some things private. Exactly. At Saint, so yeah, the one who has a reality. Life is saying, maybe don't share this. Yeah. And that's like steep, too, because it's like you talk about everything, but you feel like something should be talked. Really? That's a lot. Yeah. And I know everybody has opinions on her, and how she made her kids famous in whatever way. But that that's pretty deep to me. And I personally if it was if somebody asked me I'd Nike that's some things he needs to talk to his wife about. And they when you think about who is wife is. It's like a really talked to talk to. Yeah. That could vary that could end up on TV. Yeah. Sure exactly. 'cause even if he spoke to her in confidence girls like, I know I talked to my sisters about everything, everything, I don't care if somebody told me what don't tell your sisters, and then it's like, sometimes sometimes I won't depending on what the situations. But most of the time, I'm just like you know, it's all my sister. What it is. And that she tells her sisters, that'll be everywhere. Yeah. He doesn't want to be on her show. She's still talks to her sisters, and they show all that. So, yeah, so, I feel like I'm wishing the family, the best, I do wish them the best. And however, they're going to deal with that situation. Yet, I can only imagine having a person like Connie in my family, not even just like somebody, I would marry because I probably whenever I would, I know I would never marry, but even having him as an in-law or anything like that. It's like that's gotta be hard on everybody does, it's a reflection of your family, and who you are, you know, related to and all that. So it's just like, yes, my brother-in-law. The White House. Yeah. I know just rambling off. It's crazy. I can't imagine good luck with the Kardashian Jenner family. And so with that, thank you all for listening. And that is all for today's episode. You've been listening to the Golden State media concepts social media podcast part of the Golden State media concepts podcast network. You can find this show and others. Like it at WWW dot g s MC, podcast dot com. Download our podcast on itunes. Stitcher. Soundcloud, Google play just type in. He has MC to find all the shows from the Golden State media concepts podcast network from movies to music from sports, entertainment, and even we are news. You can also follow us on Twitter and on Facebook. Thank you. And we hope you have enjoyed today's program. This is Julie a hey calendar? 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GSMC Social Media News Podcast Episode 119: Party, Friends, Lost Island, Diapers

GSMC Social Media News Podcast

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GSMC Social Media News Podcast Episode 119: Party, Friends, Lost Island, Diapers

"Mar cubes giving a beach close enough. So that space between you and me as lose the way, all dance and sway into the music, girl, they embody and how you move and every time you cross my girl. Losey Alexa, play the country heat playlist. Okay. With Amazon music avoi-. All you need get tens of millions of songs. Download the Amazon music app today. Cooling state media concepts social media podcast time to hashtag everything. We talk about all the fun crazy stories on social media, Instagram Facebook Twitter to tumbler, probably even friendster. Join us each as we explore. The quirky of social meets the Golden State media concept social media podcast. It's simple. The one the one that. Two. Hello. And welcome to the GMC. Social media news podcast. Brought to you by the GMC podcast network. I'm your host Heidi. And I am of course, joined by the wonderful Arjan. Hello today. We are talking about a few funds social media stories and the first one caught my I'm mostly because it has cats in it, also pajamas. I'm down for pajamas. So the first is the US embassy in Kimber camera Austrailia has issued an apology and they sent out this apology on Sunday October fourteenth because a fake meeting invitation with Email from the State Department. This sounded like a fun party that I wish they throwing totally would have gone. So they had a invitation and on the picture on the invitation picture was a pajama wearing cat and his civically. It was a cat in like a cookie monster like onesie with like cookies near it. So I guess it was for a pajama cat cookie party. I'm not a fan of cats, but I'm down to pajama party. Oh, yeah. Down like. Oh. Yeah. Cookie. Monster party, totally for that. Cookies Pajau like cookies and loose clothing much as you want. You'll be fine. I should get one of those for thanksgiving. Then just the ones he gets too hot though, you know, my Alana's lots of people in the house. Yeah. You don't wanna get to tell them to leave your house, and then just keep all the food. Yeah. That's for sure. I would do that. Maybe that's what they were planning on. You know, maybe that's the cat was planning. And the title of invitation was cat pajama jam. So I think that's the door will apparently it was actually sent out by them. And I guess it was a mistake. So okay. It was a mistake. But somebody actually made the whole poster was supposed to be a joke. It was like they didn't specify I'm pretty sure if it was a joke. They wouldn't tell us that it was. Internal joe. You don't wear this. Not a secret party going on. They said it was like a test. So they were like testing the Email. And so they I guess they made a fake invitation. Okay. And then didn't send it didn't mean to send it out. So I don't know. That's like a lot of effort for. Yeah. It really is just sent the Email and said test the point of doing a whole that's all that's why I'm like, maybe they actually had this party plan. And they just didn't mean to send it to everyone. Yeah. Those internal just for the right? Just a special office entity. Don't tell Bob down the way. The the Email also contained a pair a section of Latin and an RSVP button. So I wonder if people are Espy peed. I would have I totally would and the public affairs counselor at the US mission to Australia said it was a training air. And that was made a new staff member. Sure it will. Apparently for the Email newsletter platform, and then he's also quoted saying sorry disappoint. Those of you who were hoping to attend. This cat pajama jam party. I'm sad. I feel like that before. They can have the picture. I don't do cats. I would probably walk around and one of our other shows aimed for them in my cars. I would love the cat part. But if you're just there for the pajamas and the cookie that would work too, good music. I'm sure they know. Yeah. Or just the sound of purring I don't know how that put people to sleep. Oh, that's true that that'd be very relaxing with all the cookies. To coma fall asleep. But unfortunately, that party is apparently not going on. Yeah. Sorry, guys. So I mean, I guess if you are speed. I'm sorry move. You can throw your own cat pajama jam. Yeah. Make other plans that night. Apparently, it was a training there. So okay. Sure. Sure. Yeah. Training air. That's what we all use. Exact when we missed it takes messages are sorry. That was a training there. Oh, yeah. I dunno app. Exactly. Training air. Sorry. Next door is one that I have really enjoyed. And I've seen a lot of social media. I also have seen multiple BuzzFeed article this. So the Blackpool police and Blackpool is a seaside resort on the Irish Sea coast of England. It has like a really old like theme park that is historic is still open. I think it is. Yeah, that's probably creepy. But it's like a seaside town. They have like old like wooden roller coaster, and like like appear it kinda looks like, but I don't know. So very quaint. So the Blackpool police shared on social media a picture from security footage of a man robbing a store and ask citizens to come forward with any information. They may have to catch the thief, and this was sent out on the twenty third of October. And so there was a picture from the security Cam. And the quote said do you recognize this man, we want to speak to him in relation to a theft at Blackpool restaurant in the twentieth of September? If you know who this is please Email and the gave an Email address and said, thank you for your help. Now. I don't know if. No one noticed when they posted this. Yeah. They just didn't think about it. Because I always posting suspect. Great. But the men in the picture looks like David Schwimmer, aka Ross Geller friends does too. It's really does. I think they post on their Facebook. And it's like this kind of blurry. Votto minis wool the it. Looks like a big latte. Yeah cans. Yeah. I thought it was beer. It's probably soda something in cans to drink. And he's like struggle like it's kind of like the boxes breaking falling apart. So the internet very quickly cut onto this. Guess everyone loved it. And Larry's they like within they said within twenty four hours the photo had received more than one hundred and two thousand comments members of the public telling the police that the man looked like David Schwimmer, David Schwimmer. And there were so many like memes were made so many Twitter responses. I saw like a compiler Asian of the comments from Facebook. Yeah. And one of the ones that I liked the quotes. And it's like saying like, it's an episode title the one where Ross becomes a thief. So in friends, if people don't know like all of the episodes begin when the one, and then it's like where when this happened where it happened. Why are you know, exactly the one where Ross becomes they've is alert. I saw another one where it's a quote. And this is just for people who watch friends now, I'm sorry. But there was like like, you don't understand living with Monica if you didn't eat I. I didn't eat. Like food. There. There is some good ones are like the ones like give them just like. Take it easy on him. They were on a break. Oh, yeah. If you watch friends, you would know all of these. There was a lot. People got really into it as I said and then on Wednesday so the day after after the police posted this David Schwimmer responded, and he posted a video of himself moving through a convenience store with a bunch of cans, which basically resembled the picture that the police shared like reenacting, don't hold. It was like a. It was like a a gif of him. Like, yeah. He was stealing. Yeah. Exactly. He paused at the cameras. Yeah. Just for the picture again. He did a really good job aided and then he quoted underneath sane officers. I swear it wasn't me as you can see I was in New York. And then he wrote to the hardworking black police. Good luck with the investigation hashtag. It wasn't me. Oh, my got his his footage of it of like him. Reenacting was hilarious by itself. Yeah. It was perfect. Yeah. And the Blackpool police announced that allegedly the thief with notch are saying that he was in the United States at the time. And then they quoted saying thank you to everyone for your speedy response. We have investigated. This matter thoroughly, and we have confirmed that David. On this date. We're so sorry. It has to be this way. That would be as a officer something, you know, going through all those comments just to find like, oh, David swimmer, or you know, things about this is such a waste. I trying to see if somebody actually had some, you know, something to give them real, you know, or like if someone just didn't know about friends like some like intern was going through his everyone just loss with why do the key posing? This theme song. Apparently, there was also like another police station nearby that saw this tweeted back and a lot of people thought it was super funny, and it's also not Amelie clear, whether anyone has actually been arrested in connection to the case. So. Yeah. Good luck pool. Yeah. I hope that you know, there's not another friend's look like stealing. I I feel like that guy could never get with the crime again because everyone knows that there's someone who looks like raw around St. ganger for sure which I guess is good, right? Yeah. He found his ganger. Yeah. I mean, not in a very positive way. But that's what all the like all the websites. I saw that. Oh, like, we found his doctor. Here's the bad part of it. Yeah. So poor off. Yeah. Always always out for him. I know I wonder if my d'appel ganger is like, a thief or a murderer or something. Oh, that'd be terrifying. Oh, I know I hear that. There's like off subject. Sorry. I hear that everybody has like seven in the world because it's like seven billion people or something. I don't know. But. Yeah. Yeah. Across crazy. I remember when I was a child I was in the playground. And I like almost ran into this girl, and then I stopped and we both looked into other. And we looked extremely similar and we just like paused and stared at each other and then like slowly walked away. It's like a sister sister that grow face. Yeah. Basically. But it's crazy. I wasn't. I didn't think she was that was fun. So crazy. I have six more to find. I know I have some I have never found one of my man. I hope they're good people. Please be good because if you have my face, and you're out there doing some crazy stuff. We did it be okay with this all of those. We all it to be on the same page xactly. They're gonna all commit crimes or no one's gonna commit anything. Thank you. Exactly. So with that I'm going to take a break. And then we're gonna come back and keep talking about social media. The the two Emba lag. That. This. Hey, we hit. We've we've. Alexa, play Arianna 'Grande. Okay. Amazon music of all you need tens of millions of songs. Download the Amazon music app today. Choosing an energy company raises many questions pasta Latian can answer all of them energy solutions, which needs energy efficient. Simple inciteful inflexible. That's what makes constellation America's energy choice. We're more constellation dot com slash energy. Always on the go. But the date just will be more without your Hollywood foot Golden State media concepts under ten podcast take care of that all inclusive. Look pop quarter. Welcome back to the social media news podcast. We are continuing with another story. I guess maybe I lied to you all I said that these were some fun stories because this is really not a fun story. So I'm sorry to lead. You all stray. Okay. It's okay. Thanks forgive. You. Thank you. I feel better. So this is about a Hawaiian island, and sadly, it has vanished. Oh, yeah. So east island, which is considered a hill part of the Hawaiian islands. It has vanished under the waves in the wake of hurricane. Walker? Lock while Laka and hurricane will is one of the most intense Pacific storms. They've ever had reached category. Five in early October with maximum sustained winds of one hundred sixty miles per hour. And an extremely strong storm surge and the storm surge as well as rising sea levels also resulting from climate change or what factored into the island's disappearance. How come I never seen anything about this like on the news or anything? I don't know. It's very small. So if there's a scientist who took like some drone footage on him because he was studying the island. And it's kind of it just looks like a sandbar mostly. So it's not very big, okay? Because they're like a lot of smaller little islands out there. And this is very small. So it could just be people didn't notice like no one really lives on it. Yeah. So no one said anything about the small story. But what about the hurricane? I don't even think I even heard about that. I don't either to be a category five, right? I mean, it could have also been that it didn't want it actually hit like the populated. Yeah. Yeah. It has lost. I think that could also be like it might have just hit these unpopulated uninhabited islands full strength. It has. So I don't know. I guess also it wasn't just the storm. It was also like rising tides change. So I don't know maybe in feel the storm as much I know. I mean, it's not like anybody lived on their any right which good good. Oh, yeah. Oh, gosh. Also, this really long named. I hope I can say we'll good luck. I probably won't be able to. But I'm going to track. All right. So east island is part of the Papa hane hane MO. K marine national monument. Yeah. I'm not even going to try and spell that out for you. That's too long. It serves as a critical habitat for endangered. Hawaiian monk seals and sea turtles, and it was just washed away. So I'm so sorry. Hawaii a federal officials said on Monday, which would be the twenty second of October that it had been washed away and chip Flusher a university of Hawaii climate scientists who is doing research on this island like July on this east island told news outlets that he figured the island would be under water eventually, but he thought it would take a few decades for rising seas to eliminate it. He's he's quoted saying that he had like, no idea. What happened that fast? Yeah. Like within like one day. It was there in the next. It was gone. Well, I feel like you have to take that into consideration though to you can't just be like, oh, it'll be gone because of climate change. But then it's like you're in the middle of the ocean to those so hurricanes do arise there. Right. If you're not thinking about it. Yeah. Yeah. So like if that should have been like if a her. Mccain came definitely be gone kind of thing even a side note. Yeah. Just so, you know, exactly what was said. Because like that was a habitat like it wasn't by people right by animal. Right. Exactly. So that's really unfortunate. And it's kind of weird if you look at the picture, you can see the whole outline of the island. It's not very deep underwater. So it's kind of crazy. It's almost like a seal could sort of stand on it. Yeah. And still and still be under maybe like a foot or couple of water. It's just crazy to think that like a lot more islands like that though. Yeah. Lowly been like wrote it away and covered. That's insane. Yeah. And you would want those to grow, right? But yeah. Because it does look like you can still see it under the one. Yeah. Which is weird. And it's it's crazy. Sorry. So east island had hosted a US coastguard station until nineteen fifty two which also when they said that I was like I feel like it used to be bigger than. Yeah. So it's been like going being covered. So they're not sure if east island will ever ever return, and they don't know what's going to happen to the displaced animals. So they had it on any. They had it on my new home. Yeah. They do that was probably perfect because no humans lived on. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I mean, not since these Mike Wilde like Wilde seals and sea turtles like they can just go like kind of chill there for a little bit. Okay. I'm sure they're really resourceful animals and they'll find another help. So also east island is part of what is called the French frigate shoals and about one seventh of the world's endangered. Hawaii Hawaiian monk seals were born on these shoals have on east island. Oh, wow. That's so sad. It is also climate change real get please don't think that it's not real people. Yeah. I was Lee or disappearance scientific. Okay. Come here for for fact, right exam right now. Yeah. Really sad. The picture is is crazy to see just kinda someone's like when you see a fish swim by you. And you just see it there as you see it's outlined like dark, shadow know something's there, and you can also the scientists that chip flesh Fletcher we said he had flown. So he had flown a drone over it to take pictures in July when he started studying it, so you can see even in his drones that part of it is like you can kind of see what's going under already which I'm sure is what he thought that this is going to eventually, right? But you can even see on that picture. There's still some like plants and stuff. Yeah. Looks like some remains of what could have been the coastguard pieces of wood and things like that. And this is completely gone. So those poor seals even have that much space on that island. Share it with sea. Turtle. I mean, sorry I like sea turtles. But it just wanted to kick him off. So our next story this, okay? This one's a little bit funnier. All right, good. I didn't completely lie to you. So this takes place in New Jersey and apparently New Jersey had been suffering. From a diaper bandit, New Jersey. So. Yeah, that's weird. Okay. Diaper bandit. Wait what? Okay. So when I saw die Brandon. I thought that meant he was stealing died. Yeah. That's what it sounds like. Which is weird. But he's not stealing diapers. He's actually giving diapers. More like leaving diapers places. It's so it's a he. Yeah. He's leaving. Please me. They're used abors. So on Wednesday, which is the twenty fourth of October. A New Jersey man was accused of dumping dirty diapers on New Jersey railroads over the past year, your nasty. He has finally been caught good. His name is William Friedman. He is sixty eight years old. These are grown up diapers. Oh, no. No. They're not. They're not. That would be worse. Yes. He really weird dumping your used. Dull day. Okay. So these are toddler diaper. That would be like yet, it'd be new level. So he was spotted in a box truck dumping a load of steel diapers on the road. He was near routes forty seven in fifty Anglo Chester county around three fifteen AM on a Sunday, which he okay when I read that. I was like I don't feel like you're that senile because you're doing this. So that you won't get caught. Yeah. I feel like the middle lane. Yeah. Exactly. If you're like kinda crazy. You know, you aren't really wherever you're doing. Right. You wouldn't care. What time you did this at three fifteen your deadly trying to knock it cut? So does he does he work for like, the dump truck company or something? No. Where's he finding these diapers? Okay. So you said this is what he claimed he claims that they were from his grandson. Which is a lot of I mean. Yeah. Allow divers, but okay, it's he was doing this at least three times a week. He would dump diapers in one area. And then change locations and times, which was making it difficult for officers to catch. Yeah. So that's insane. It took ten months to catch Friedman's pattern apparently alleged pattern. Oh my God. Because he had a dumping his dumping pattern was elaborate enough that they couldn't find him again. Like, he would leave different times in and to catch him an officer had a hunch. That's he just had been following this case for long lunch on Sunday. And he was controlling the area where he thought the diaper bandit it would strike next. So I guess let's just a police. Hunch those things are real then I guess just like a year that he had been on this case and. After they caught him dumping these diapers at three fifteen is taken into questioning and allegedly. He admitted to the crime, and he had claimed the diapers worse grandsons and. He had described the like they called it serial dumping. Cereal as a as a game that he had played to allude officers. He just refund just for fun. Okay. So I feel like there's some charges that are about to be pressed against you. And you're not this is fun anymore. Yeah. I mean, I guess what else you do when you're sixty eight years old, but I know sitting around in Joe, I guess, I guess. Yeah. You could have done something else to miss with officers. I wouldn't recommend doing that. Because it could be against should find the different hobby. Yeah. Yeah. I ask that you like why would he drive around dumping them when he could have easily just driven to a dumpster? Yeah. And put dispose fifteen AM who wants to be up at that time apparently sixty eight year old men in New Jersey have nothing better to demand. And also related to this crime on June twenty fourth so this is going on for so long on June. Twenty fourth a motorcycle is slid on a plastic bag of soil diapers left on the road and crashed see now, you can charge with negligence or something or. Yeah. Well, he was actually charged with interference with transportation on top of receiving numerous traffic tickets and township ordinances. Yeah. If I was that dude on the mortar cycle. I'd be like, okay. I have to I'm doing something. That's so gross. Yeah. So oh my gosh. I hope did he land in. I don't wanna know. That would be awful. Yeah. Oh, and that'd be terrible to you. Like you wake up in the hospital, and they're like, well, it was a soil diaper. That's so embarrassing Upson. Sorry, sir. So we're gonna take another break. And then we're gonna come back with more social media news. 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Whatever it baby. Visit us at WWW dot g I'm C podcast dot com. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter and download on tombs soundcloud, Google play. Welcome back. The social media news podcast as we end our show today, which wants to talk a little bit about Connie because we really can't escape him. Yeah. And So Chris went on Ellen. And she was talking about Connie Ellen was asking her also just Chris does she still go by Jenner? Yes. She does go by. I don't know Jenner. Yeah. They're they're divorced. So I think she kept the name because it's like who she is kind of like what Tina Turner did. It's like, oh, that's on you really famous name you had. Okay. All right. So Kris Jenner went on Ellen. Ellen was asking him. Because you know, Connie is married to him and him Chris's daughter. So that makes her son-in-law, right? And Ellen was just asking her like how she feels about Konya with the White House. Yeah. And with some of the things that he's been saying, and I feel like they were expressing concern about him. Yeah. Which they very well should be because he mentioned that he wasn't on his medication. And that being diagnosed with bipolar was misdiagnosis, and he was just sleep deprived. And then I think he also said that in a previous interview maybe a month or so before that he wasn't on his medication either. So I mean, I feel like they have every right to be expressing their concern with his mental state because just the kind of the way he's been acting. I've seen him on another into another interview show. I think it was Jimmy Kimmel, and he was not even the same person as how he was at the White House like the White House. He was just. Energetic and loud and just all over the place. And then on this other show. He was just really calm. Just setback. Head his arms folded most of the time. He cut even answered like the questions that he was asked one word or two word answers, very short. So it was like two totally different kind yays. Like, I kinda feel like he was misdiagnosed personally. That's just my opinion. But they have. Yeah. They Ellen and Kris Jenner. They obviously have a point to be concerned about. Yeah. And they were and I agree. I feel like he wasn't misdiagnosed. Right. And or I mean, if he was he just has really big mood swings. View. But they were like one of the things that Chris was saying that she cares about him. He's in her family. She loves him. And like really her aunt Eleanor, saying he's talented. We want to help him and support him. And we're not they didn't really say how they do that. I think Ellen was saying she was hoping that would get help professional Hellum. Yeah. Some sort of medicine or something to help stabilize rate Chris wasn't necessarily saying that, but they were just expressing concern. And Chris seem to be like saying she there's not anything huge that she can do rush. You can't control what he does. But she worries about him. And yes, you know, Ellen was like, you already have bunch of kids grandkid exactly this must be very stressful as well to think about right and Ellen even asked Chris like how she felt about it like, how do you feel about him being, you know, in your family like that going off in talking like that in Chris basically said, you know, he has a lot of personal opinions and views, and she said she just wishes that he would keep some of those private or discuss them with like just the family. Yeah. And then they can figure out how they can help or how the family can help him. You know? So he was like talk. About like when he was at the White House, and he was telling Trump about like a plane. Yeah. And things like that like saying Chris was saying like things like that. Yeah. You know, that are his very personal opinions. You've kind of hoping he wouldn't tell the people and also with that it kind of sounds like like she's wanting him to not just share all of those things. I also has a huge platform. Yeah. He does. He's opinionated and has a bunch of people that will listen to exactly and not just like for him being like a celebrity or a rap artist is like him being able to go to the White House and speak to people on that level is crazy too. And it's like, okay. Yeah. Say what you have to say. But sometimes it's it's a personal. It's a family issue that maybe we can help you with or we can help you. Right. Exactly. You're going to say. Yeah. And it seemed like during the interview that Chris had with Ellen. She expressed more family concern for him like like her. Being his mother-in-law, you know. And of course, his mom being passed. So he doesn't really have a mother person other than her. And she's really kinda like I want to be there to help you like I feel like watching her and hearing her that was her most her biggest concern. Yeah. I agree. I mean, like, Chris I mean, kind of went I hear he'll say Chris's made basically all of her children famous and successful because she's their manager. Exactly. And I feel like he should take her up on that offer. There's someone who's going to help you in the public. I I would say Chris has seen everything exact helped with everything. Yeah. I don't know how good she would be, you know, personal business. Because they're all of their personal business is not personal. Yeah. They'll world knows their business. Right. So also interesting if she's in basically the business of making her family business everyone's been yes. Yeah. And then she says that Connie should keep some things private exactly that saying so yeah, exactly the one who has a reality. Life is saying maybe don't share this. Yeah. And that's like steep too. Because it's like you talk about everything, but you feel like something should be talked. Really? That's a lot. Yeah. And I know everybody has opinions on her and how she made her kids famous and whatever way, but that that's pretty deep to me. And I personally if it was if somebody asked me I'd be like he that some things he needs to talk to his wife about. And when you think about who is wife is it's like Hootie a really talk to talk to. Yeah. That could vary that could end up on TV. Yeah. Exactly. 'cause even if he spoke to her in confidence girl. Like, I know I talked to my sisters about everything everything. I don't care if somebody told me what don't tell your sisters like sometimes sometimes I won't depending on what the situation, but most of the time, I'm just like, you know, it's all my sister. What it isn't? And that she tells her sisters that'll be everywhere. Yeah. Connie doesn't want to be on her show. Yeah. She's still talks to her sisters, and they show all that. So. Yeah. So I feel like I'm wishing the family the best. I do wish them the best. And however, they're going to deal with that situation. Yeah. I can only imagine having a person like Conde in my family, not even just like somebody I would marry 'cause I probably wouldn't I I know why would never marry but even having him as an in law or anything like that. It's like that's gotta be hard on everybody. Does it's a reflection of your family, and who you are, you know, related to and all that. So it's just like, yes. My brother. What can you know, the White House? Yeah. I know just rambling off. It's crazy. I can't imagine good luck with the Kardashian Jenner family. And so with that. Thank you all for listening, and that is all for today's episode. You've been listening to the Golden State media concepts social media podcast part of the Golden State media concepts podcast network. You can find this show and others like it at WWW dot g m c podcast dot com. 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Jennifer Aniston and David Schwimmer almost hooked up in real-life, Kim Kardashian says she absolutely pays her staff amid lawsuit. Glee cast were scared to raise concerns about Lea Micheles alleged rude behavior!

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

23:42 min | 3 weeks ago

Jennifer Aniston and David Schwimmer almost hooked up in real-life, Kim Kardashian says she absolutely pays her staff amid lawsuit. Glee cast were scared to raise concerns about Lea Micheles alleged rude behavior!

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Yes j. crt designs do this really really great stuff with plaid and you know i have ten percent. I have ten percent. Welsh irish blood in me. They getting test so. I have an affinity for plaid. Darlow you aware and get well my friend. I went to school in scotland in ingram. I got my masters. I know in edinburgh jindo. That's where kate middleton went until she found out. Prince william was studying up the road saint andrews and then she transferred universities clever cokes. We're so she had a plan that one hundred years hunting should have been at saint and be the princess of the united kingdom basketballs. They had a plan okay. Darlings leads jump into san much the day. what time is it. My friends hit is off so the big friends we union has happened. I watched all day. So you don't have to. You might want to. It was really fun. It streaming on hbo max and the reason they did it. Let's cut an adjacent. Hp max has bought the rights to the friends catalog nbc. Doesn't own it. It's gonna be the cornerstone of hbo. Max so they got all the friends together really as a pr stunt so we can all talk about it. You can celebrate this. We're all talking about friends now. We've not been talking about it for gears here. Or it's a brilliant. pr plan. They got them all too reminiscent. Get us excited. But now we can watch friends all over again. I'm told you holds up. Told it still actually is quite fund but schering the reunion. We got a bombshell. Jennifer and david schwimmer finally confirmed the rumors that life almost imitated art with ross and rachel yes. They had a huge crush on one. Another of the shower. David said the minute he mets and the first season. He had a major crush on her. Jen jumped him really quickly and said we both were crushing really hard. It was mutual but unlike their characters the actors never actually hooked up dating went on to say quote. They were ships passing in the night because one of them was always in a relationship when the other one was free. Single never quite work. Is courtney said something really interesting. Coney said it might have ruined the show if that actually hooked up in real life because the chemistry was so good and jen. Doesn't it all the tension all that sexual tension that they hadn't realized they channeled into their characters yuno corey. I'm not an actor. I can't act to uk. Have you found they sing your career. Can you harness their sexual feelings. There have been some crushes. Where i'm like okay. I have to suppress this. Because it's an office environment. And i don't want to get fired gets down to hr for inappropriate behavior so yeah. I've had to kind of watch that we talked about the celebrities. They have lives. We do point that but it is still workplace so all had a workplace crush with them on national television show. What's my with. You is in the office or wherever we were threatening. Crushes are quite normal. choir haman. I've certainly had them what i find. Though is the more. I find either by somebody particularly in the workplace that less i had a crush on azure. Did you look across a crowded room and see somebody who were he. She's lovely but when he worked with me. Every day i tell you the crush a ever there was wanting to begin. Goes very quickly. Also because really interesting during the special they talked about which character was the hardest to cast and they said it was a rachel which was jennifer character. The creators of the show went onto say rachel was the hardest and the last person we cast because that character could be very unlikable indoor long hans cast somebody that wasn't just as dynamic as jen. It might not have worked. I never understood this. My husband. Bruce is a songwriter. And also has a couple of musicals. I've seen his musicals with different. Cast members earn really makes a difference. Exactly the same words exactly the same dress under exactly the same lights are he. Makes a difference if you like the actor or not but they had trouble with jen because when she got friends she was already on a c. b. s. c. Your it was muddling through. We've never heard of it because he did last but at the time jen had job shots. Tell them i've got a job. I'm already contracted. I'm signed to this other show. Jen went to muddling through bosses. Begged them to let her out of the contract. They said no they wouldn't let her out and even said we've seen that little show. What's it called friends. It won't make you a star. Stay with us. I know so muddling through not being canceled. During this very tight time period we would never have had jen on. How are you friends corio youth. Oh you know. It's always when i feel bad answering this question but i got living in new york city during that time i swear this show. It felt like they were in seattle to me. I just i never bought it. I'm like where the black people. How do you live in new york city. We'll see one asian like it. it was just. It was a weird version of new york city. That most of my friends we were like we don't get it so i'm happy. It was a great show for people but to this day. I don't get it. i'm gonna tell the truth. I watched it in england. I was still living. I think in scotland at the time so for me. I thought this was new york. You know it's not the size of as apartments. I mean come on in and was like a. it was like a seattle coffeehouse. I just it's just it's all wrong. It's goldberg will be goldberg. Has been very open about that. She's like that's not new york. She said we're the black people you have to our poll question of the day jennifer and david almost hooked up. Do you think they would have made a good couple in real life. Go vote on our twitter page and not nice raw or you can go to our facebook page and leave a comment there. That's not gossip and shula be sure to check back a monday for your results. Corey love what are you working on. Well kim kardashian says she absolutely pays her staff Yeah kim kardashian is denied accusations that she dipped former maintenance staff out of wages and treated them badly so the keeping up with the kardashians star told her fans on instagram. That she was not the one responsible for the employees may meant as she responded to a question about a lawsuit filed against her by seven groundskeepers. So she says i respect people for their time and their hard work and unfortunately these workers are suing the wrong person. The reality star claimed. I paid the vendor. And it's their job to pay their staff. I hope that they are able to get this resolved. There's more car dash news and we'll just wrap it up and after the fact and talk about both but in other kardashian news as well. Kim denies in a fair. She's busy this one. Kim denies affair with travis barker came to questions as i mentioned from her fans on instagram included. In one of the questions was someone asking if she had ever hooked up with barker. What's the topic. Yeah that's the rumor. The topic has been in the news lately. Especially because shanna moakler who was married to borrow from two thousand four to two thousand eight. She claimed that the drummer cheated on her with kim. Lots of pretty good. So you say that i would say that as well now. Kim says of course no false narrative how she talks. That's my impression of kim. But let's take the first thing i now. Kim apparently stiffed her staff and they want their wages and they're suing her now. Notice that kim does not address the main part. She only mentioned the part about. I wasn't the one who hired them at a higher vendor but she does not address the part about if she was mean to the workers rights. Right that's nice no the kardashians of being around then. I got to admit here. I believe him. I've never heard of a stiffening. Anybody i know who had dinner with a i think with myself. She's being very generous. Big tip on a friend of mine. Who knows said that. She pays her phone bill on time. She's that she's very organized. She's very very alpha and i think when she was working paris hilton. She was good for paris. 'cause she literally was the organizer. Don't believe this if it's true and there's a pattern. More people will come forward although i do have to say though the book stops with you kim. You're the boss. And so you need to call these third party vendor whoever they on and scream at them kazan. Making you look terrible on hang bills on time and then not which is quite common in hollywood actually because this is the maintenance staff this dogmas and people in the highest right often these big celebrities. Don't like pay their made in an envelope like we rushing to the bag after they were. Qb all third party payments and there's big companies even exist to provide gardeners and help too fancy people. So i do believe came on this one where i don't believe our is paul to Him obvious it was a long time ago. It was when she was working with paris. I don't know. I think they might have hooked up. Neither reason. this is naughty and delicious is now. Travis is dating her sister. Yes courtney. I believe courtney knows everything. Courtney doesn't care. I'll say corey knows the truth because if your sister ten years ago hooked up with somebody like travis you tell. Everybody wants to stay when you're starting out. She went believe who i kiss to. I made up with last night. Coordinators if corn is fine with this. It's so incestuous we will move a long. So the former bachelor matt james is revealing. He got an ultimatum from his girlfriend. Rachel they back together. Let me just remind everybody. They broke up after the show. When it was revealed that shared attended an antebellum party in two thousand eighteen. That's not that long ago. She was also accused of liking and sharing racist posts on social media. They quickly broke up but they are back together matters. Confirm that and now. He's revealing that. He was actually rachel. That gave him the ultimatum earn and she said quote. If we're gonna make this work let's do it if we're not going to make this work then i'm going to let you do your thing. So it's all day that she's given him the ultimatum. After shame on the messed it up. But i do sort of like this. I think there's a point in friendships relationships of all sorts. When you have to say why are we going to do this. And we really going to bother text and call and be friends not and it's fine if not but let's be on the same page. I saw them like it. You know. I agree because that would. There's no expectation right. You know what you both know. Were going to be just casual or we're going to be more and then you lay that groundwork down made the agreement and then move on see i. It edinburgh one of my roommates damian alumina below damien still in touch. Hey was terribly flirtatious. And he had a different boyfriend fell like every week. But what i loved by tameer. He was honest with them. He literally said to guys like oh. I'm not going to just be with you and get married. Yes is fun for me. And if it's fun for you welcome aboard so dry and even not fun for you. It's not the cosmic. I'd never met anybody as free as honest as that. He's not my choice. Is not how i live my life but i really enjoyed just the honesty. Yeah that relationship. Hey guys just the honest with one another and we can all figure. It's what's going on with glee. yes well glee. Cast members were scared to raise concerns about liam machel. Now you know that hoping that thing blew up like and twenty twenty but glee star. Heather morris is opening up about a michelle's rumors of the rudeness on the set about a year ago and the actress got called out for it. Of course now morris. Thirty four years old. She spoke out about twenty eight twenty scandal that saw michelle's former cast members dubbing her a terror to work with it was pretty bad and morris said cast members including herself were bit hesitant to share their concerns with the higher ups at the network. She says it was something that was very hush hush on set. And now you see all these things coming out with all these bigger names who are very disrespectful and mistreated a lot of people moore said she goes on to say we absolutely could have stepped up and gone to. The fox exempts and said how we felt about the situation. But no one did. I think many people were scared. And i know genuinely. I felt like it wasn't my place i have explained yet. You know rob. I was just going to say it's normal right. People are afraid to go to. hr or fires victories. We seen all these self help books and on tv all the time to speak up. Nina's much more complicated than that isn't it. Yeah putting and the bosses must've known everybody oils. Why women. I know people that worked with her. Who have also told me stories that she just was not. That kind may be changed. She has apologized wishing everybody the best here. But i do know sometimes when you work with somebody. That is just a nightmare. You gotta leave. i hang sade true. It's true but they do know. Management knows the turning a blind off. And if you work at a place like that are they really going to accept if you tell the truth now. I do think before you leave. You should tell everybody the truth but right now. Have you ever had a boss like that or work to somebody that just. We've all had difficult people. Don't get me wrong Difficult myself but just really mean just me. And i have. Yes i've had both. I've had terrific bosses really blessed that i've had some nightmares and you know my experience with one of them you'd go to. Hr they're not there to help you. They're there to protect the company says and this system. So you think they're there to help you work it out in their nod and now it's so complicated as everybody quickly before we go to break. Kate middleton hold out her goto parenting move to save the day. She was on a royal visit just yesterday and there were children. There and kate did something so special. She bent down and she met them. I two. I received a day these with her own children but she also does it on real engagements when she sees kids in the crowd. I'm told that it's really beneficial for two big reasons one. 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S9 Ep 16: Ellie Goulding

Table Manners with Jessie Ware

37:40 min | 1 year ago

S9 Ep 16: Ellie Goulding

"Hello woken statement. I'm Jesse where I am have just been informed that my mom did not have the record button on for our first and second attempt. How are you among? I'm very distracted. Jesse why well because have my t? Someone threatened to smash my windows him because anything to that. Green Persky am. I told the dangerous to go. Door to door shut. Cool the please. So that could be quite interesting for this podcast if they smashed the windows. Because you're in the study seeing. Yeah Great Jess love that she's not going to happen. Don't worry some will be round in Jiffy. It'LL BE ALRIGHT. Yeah good So I've been distracted and I did all the cleaning of the House that she take me hours today. Have you cleaned your house yet? Jazz MOM NO. My husband does that. I'd do that. He have you cleared. And if the bags out Jessica is sent me yes I have Chinni. Thanks so much actually have thank you good. We did some weeding this week. Very interesting hateley. Hey gardening well I broke the What's even now? It's like the Jewish princess. Doing gardening is hysterical. I love the waiting to be really gung anyway. So how is looking for you today mom? It's meagre pickings up not really improperly. Today just had some some chicken suit which is made. Your chicken suit was delicious. The kids polished off. Did they really like it? I can't even tell you I'm not. I'm very proud. I feel like the Jew in them is just GimMe Gimme the mat-su three months ables eight. Oh good darling so I had. It made me really confirmed myself. I am going to have that Batmans for okay good. We're not having David Schwimmer. Everyone's made banana bread from cookbook. And it's been a success. Yeah I know but like I do feel like poor David Trimmer. He did get one at the of fifteen minutes too long. It was dry. I I concur. Wow is lovely to see everybody making our recipes king but lots of people they do more. Your recipes and Alex is the minor heart. Say Nothing I think. Alex is statue. Orange Kate is always in the pitchers and the Triple Threat Brown news. Have you noticed? Yeah I think everyone's doing kind of comfort food so anyway have we got on today. Mom will someone who's really fabulous Darlene. Very excited we've never had so many requests for a guest as this. Everybody's cat has said please. Can you please? Can you have her own? And we gotTA DONNING I. I actually didn't have the right to have the nice rose eight Jin so I've gone. Elian CUSP ooh every guy. We Guide Ellie Goulding. I can't even tell you how many people have requested demanded that you be on this podcast. This has been a wall in the making it. How my goodness I'm so happy? That would finally here doing this me too in Weird Special Wade circumstances however even formed us. You have the Wifi. You're in Oxford. Is that where you live now babe? I am an Oxford. My husband is studying here so he has this little house and we're kind of just living here and he is commuting to school but not not right now Yeah but I have a place in London but currently my brother is there. He's there kind of an isolation by himself and yeah we are here. How is life on lockdown for you to he basically me up here kind of pottering around picking up the guitar every now and then tinkering on the piano? And then he's downstairs just working solidly. So it's not like we're doing of couples activities. It's very much me. Do Mind thing and him doing his own thing. But I know I know a few of my friends driving each other mad at husbands and wives and girlfriends and boyfriends in whoever else from from being in this kind of because it's just a whole new thing is a whole new situation to be literally with each other twenty four seven so I think it's been testing what's the food looking like in your situation though because the food just one of my cooking on what's around yeah. I want to know what you've been like what you've been well. I'm not suggesting even stockpiling. But like what's the thing that when you go to the shops or if you've got your delivery you're right no you can't forget that. What have you been drinking off? We've been eating a lot of Casper's made a barbecue tonight. So he's got to. He's a high achiever. He's got to essays coming in and he's at Oxford. He's also your soundman tonight. He's really annoying. Yeah he's a high achiever and he's done a barbecue. What's on the barbecue so literally? We've just used what we had. We've had peppers that were possibly slightly off the Internet. Now look fine and we got some sweetcorn and we've got veggie Burgers so so for our wedding we use. This company called meatless Tom. I don't eat meat so they did all the like the midnight food for our wedding which I saw none of it was just all a massive lower. Can't remember anything but definitely can't remember any food and so we've kind of just used everything up is kind of a case of. Yeah just using everything. At the moment I dig into the shop today and queued for an hour and a half which is fine. Took my birth. That's a good idea. So it was fine and the sun was shining and it was nice I have my takeaway t- thing with me so I was prepared. I knew there was going to be a cue so offerpad but but then I panicked because I was reading on my phone of story about policemen. Checking People's Charlie's essential items. Oh House like Shit. If he looks in Charlie he's GonNa know mmediately that I don't have a slight. I had ice cream to root for him as a reward when he finishes essays and I had like a Lindt chocolate bunny owes like this is not essential things but also did have essential things. So yeah we're using things up and and then also trying to be very consciously healthy and keep immune system up. I've become really obsessed with Immunity and well jetty and biohacking and eating all the all the good things so so yes so I've got my salad with some with some like sprouted things in and Scott some figs and air and some walnuts so yeah it's all going on you missing London tool not really. I have a place in Paddington and I feel like it's going to vary kind of hard energy. It's a lot of people. It's very busy is quite polluted and I feel really conscious of pollution. I'm we aren't grew up in the middle of nowhere in Hertfordshire but narrative whales. So it's in my I feel like it's kind of in my blood to be breathing slightly cleaner air and I used to hate being big cities so if if I had my choice I would live here permanently but obviously as you know. It's constant traveling Having to be at places in just wouldn't it wouldn't want to live out here fulltime but I do love London. Be You you and Casper my you in customer in new. Yes you've been living in New York. Forget right yeah I mean that's a walled city. So what was that like? What was it like for eating out? Where did you eat? How did you meet? It's not a particularly exciting story. Sadly I don't know it wasn't like a love at first sight thing at all we didn't find see each other remote remotely. It was just sat next to each other at a dinner. I think I was doing like a jingle ball thing at the time and my friend wanted a dinner on for me. I don't know some people just like to put dinners lovely and introduce people to each other which something is something. I've never done. I've always just had like dinners with friends and family So she wanted to put on dinner for people to get to know each other and I was feeling really rough. I for some reason I had terrible bronchitis that time and I was. I was really ill most been ages of all I want to do is go to bed after the show and I went to this dinner. Because that she'd Kinda put on for me and I was sentenced to Casper and he was from a big farming family and I talked about how I was Vegan and stuff and he was he talked about how much he loved meat. Beef and chicken and lamb and whatever else so yeah we had literally nothing in common but yeah. He wanted me basically fabulous. We ended up just going on dates and he took me some art galleries. He works art. So yeah and then now we're married. When did you become vegetarian because you come from Hera foot weather? The meat is fabulous. It is and it. Is I see on so many menus on beef. Yeah Yeah I had a very meat. Heavy chartered Shaw. It was always you know meat in to Veg and then when I was fourteen I saw I saw a video in of no geography class or something where. I decided that. I didn't like the way that meat was processed. So as to stop teasing me and then I went to university realized that it was just too. I think I had some kind of reasoning like it was too expensive to Veg or something so I just ate cheap meat for a few years and then I went back to being veggie and I probably won't eat meat again but having fish every now and then definitely helps. So what's your favorite fish or do you just eat it as a necessity rather than because you like it kind kind of a lot of things for their nutritional value. Yeah which sounds so dorky. But I do. I do eat the things I love for. My taste is love sweet things. Okay love sweet things so then. What would be your case? Let's go into it. Then what's your last supper? Forget about nutrition. Maybe it kind of really would play a part in yours anyway. Like everything's out the window starter. Main put entering choice a thing. Kinda the drink of choice. But I'm going to wait to hear what you say. Drink of choice would be the most expensive champagne because it's super sugary. And that's just marry me which won crystal. I actually didn't know what the world's most expensive champagne is. Gino isn't Krista. What did you have it your wedding? What are we have? We had We have no way because they gave us a Moet. Because I wouldn't stop banging on about how much I love. Champagne Illinois or I will give you some moee after we had a bit of the wedding but okay so drink with be champagne. It'd be maybe I'd do like Renoir. I done thought so you said it but it's are you. I am not tastes Nice. Dating is the most expensive scorgeous. That's very expensive is okay. So we'd have that starter. I would have all gosh. I mean to be honest I this is so boring but I would just have a lot of carbs for my last meal. I feel like I stop myself from eating pastern rice and bread quite a lot. So I'd have something that involves pastor. Maybe some kind of IT'LL RAVIOLI SAYING YEAH. I would just be all cops I think. Why did you stop yourself having COPS? Is it? Because you don't like how you feel them. Yeah because I often when I eat carbs I it's not just it's not just a vanity thing it genuinely feel. I don't feel great when I have a someone that I feel like. I'm naturally I like to be active. When I want to have big bowls of pastor and things that I do feel quite like I've eaten the blanket Something really heavy. You know you know what you say about the thing that you feel like you feel filled not great on them. Have them for a few days? And then it doesn't feel any different. You just kind of You keep on going. I can't remember the last time I had. I think Lonzo a ball pastor was on my honeymoon which was last year in September. Albay Casper makes fucking travel. Quick I cover the last time I ate bread either honestly and this sounds really boring but I just don't like I need it like in the morning. I will have like a big. What called Messy Bowl? Which is yoga with loads to go? Gogi barriers and knots in Have have prunes. I do love printers. Random PRUNES and dates. Jesse do you know what I think she should marriage your Sam know me. She's very happy was casper here. I know she's happy with Casper but they're on a ball. Yes you and my husband are like teepees in Fucking Paul. I really him and his in JC. Yeah I'm so glad to see the back of those seeds. We were living with my mom L. E. for a very long time because we were doing this house that would up and then we moved out because of corona and my mom has been like his. You're not butter. Here's your Chia seeds. Here's your fucking Tahini. Get it out of my fucking house. His she's like if I have to see a dairy free bloody coconut milk again. I think she's going to scream. So yes it's I'm all about dairy and my my fans no. I was Vegan for long time. We'll be shot by this but I I am very into dairy especially since being around here. There are amazing local farm shops. That have all this organic stuff. I'm really into my dairy and Casper's really into his me so and obviously I grew up in a family that was just like I grew up in a in a family of four. Meet me and my three siblings. And we didn't have much money so it was all about. It was just about me. You know milk and cereal some vegetables and I'm definitely not mad about coconut yogurt. And all those dairy free alternatives. I want to know what you'll putting is. If you're so obsessed with puddings in sweet things. I want to know what the you know the put is on my gosh. I love proper traditional English stuff like a love trifle trifle. I love your cookbook. Love trifle meters. The best thing in the world isn't it? I love like sticky toffee pudding. Love Apple Pie and custer's and an ice cream as well. Yeah I love all the desserts. How growing up. I mean we'd have ice cream all the time. I wasn't cool neopolitan with like chocolate story and here I am I. Am I wrong in thinking? Somebody told me you Jewish. I'm not my dad's family. Were that not my moms right. Go go to so I mean. You've never practiced it no. I haven't practiced it at one point. I was kind of embraced by the Jewish community because I think I mentioned that in an interview at one point but no no I was never really bought with with any particular religion whereas my husband was so I did get christened before our wedding so that I could get married in your minster. Yeah you had a big wedding in the proper high church really. Yeah so we so Casper's family from Yorkshire and when you ought Minster Very sadly burnt down at one point I can't remember the reason why but Casper's family helped with some of the rebuilding so so donated a bunch of wood to rebuild it essentially and it's one of those beautiful buildings in the world and so yes we got married there and his his family Christian so yeah so I I got Chris why yeah. I mean. It was really lovely seeing the pictures of your wedding. Vogue did this beautiful spread of it and you looked stunning. Gorge as a fast never been invoked. Thanks guys how many hours did you have? Did you have three or four? I had quite a few outfits because I was really shameless from my wedding and since I was a girl I would Joel pitchers of goals in wedding dresses in ball gowns. And I always said to myself if I ever get married which I was pretty cynical about for a long time because my parents divorced a lot of my childhood friends parents divorced also so I was never really big fan of it but then when I met Casper I knew I few months after he would me. I knew that we'd get married and have this feeling as I'm sure Jesse you can relate to when you find that person. Oh Yeah I got my claws like firmly into Sam and I was like you will be my husband. I mean we've been going out since we're eighteen. We're very boring. I mean you know I really have to dig date for those sad songs. 'cause some pretty already in this situation we have pre but you know oh my. Gosh. I've got yeah. That's that's where I differ. Because I've I had quite a few. I kissed quite a few frogs but that sounds harsh. But that's that's the best way to say it because I did have a few relationships for Casper the I thought at the time were amazing but but I realized you know through all this not not to go super deep but realized actually I was perhaps not quite myself which makes sense with everything going on and whatever the hell happened in the past ten years so therefore yeah I perhaps had some relationships or not what I thought they were but then when I met Casper I just knew so I said to myself if I do meet the one and I do meet the person I want Mary then I don't really want to have a small wedding I I would like and I know. Some people have very small weddings. And I really respect that I was like no. I want if I'm getting married once in my lifetime. The biggest wedding. Yeah so I wanted to have a few different outfits because why not and I wanted to have just that meant something to me. So that something that I could certainly was a bit more meaningful and so I had our initials put in the Vale and I. It was made by a friend. A friend of mine who happens to work for chloe amazing and yes so every. App that the will meant something But I just you know I just wanted to have a big day I wanted. My friends have a big day in my family and I still. I'm still messages now saying like Gosh. I wish we go back to that day. So she right now because it was just. It was just such a fun weekend. There were all my friends and family together and it was. It was amazing. What what was the cake? What was the first arms? And did you eat any of it? No you know what I've got. I've got a tiny bit of it in my freezer. Wow Babe no time like the present. Come on we're locked but I didn't I honestly I swear to God I think the biggest grievance I have from the wedding was that I don't didn't have any of the food because we chose local which is local Caterer Yorkshire Party Company. Because we'd have the cash assisted had them for Party and they were amazing and just we loved that it was local and supporting local food but then on the day I was. I was genuine excited about food. I get excited at food and so I I so we had the whole taste testing and all that stuff and wine testing which is which is my favorite bet but then on the day. I didn't have a single morsel of food. I think I had a tiny bit of fish. And that was it and I. I made sure that they were meet. Meet Free Burgers like Leumi wraps at the end of the night. I made sure a were big tops of sweets candy and I didn't have a single thing and I'm just so annoyed I didn't get anything new. Remember it. We are so drunk. Were you drawn. Oh Gosh yes but like you can. You will find because what happens. When I'm John Call. I have three of them like I was a wedding. They had like food stands everywhere. I sampled every stemmed. And there were like six stands. I was like well. I must try your wedding Jesse. You didn't eat that much. I know I just didn't drink widely. I was like cool. I didn't I had these weird natural endorphins. Maybe I was prioritizing during king over ise I respect. Yeah I and yes so I remember absolutely sobbing my heart out to sapin with fee. He sang a song that he recorded with. Bjork and Bjork is my all time hero and when he sang that I just it was the most it was the weirdest emotion I ever felt. I think listening to music just just the enormity of all and how beautifully he sang. That was the first moment the I was like. Whoa this is this is big and I do remember having a drink and that moment and then an fast on's was Jack Garrett. Oh Love Chuck Garra. What was the song he sang on? My God sorry. Brain rain freeze rainfall. Whatever you call it whether it was at one of Jack's Yeah I want I want to. I want to know what's happening with me because I mean you are one of the most successful brilliant British artists worldwide. Like your so Internet. You're huge in America. And it's for me. It's always been really funny because you are a very modest. You'll you the sweetest person you've always had so much time for me. You've been so generous with your kind of support and also I. Didn't you have your your good girl and that you are. You are a huge star and we like for me. I always kind of still think of used like Ellie Goulding folk like elevating guitar like that. But then you'll this internationally. Mega Mega fucking massive pop star. And I just wanted to. I'm interested where the new music going and what's happening and like I just. I'm so impressed by you. You started as this. What's your Folk Chanaka? That's the it was was. Yeah Oh yeah. Oh yeah you were. I remember her playing the drums. Oh yeah yeah when you banged drums on jools Holland. Yeah I'll go wow. This girl's amazing never watched that back. I don't remember anything didn't remember those. You know I just I just thought it out and then suddenly I was also going. Joel's holding my favorite. Tv Show I would live Joel watching Holland and then Sunday morning and I was like Oh cool. Yeah Yeah Yeah No worries Yeah Koo Koo and not realizing that. I was building up all this stuff. Doing all these shows pretending that it was like totally normal where it's not fucking normal star. Excuse my language am that stuff is not normal and I sort of normalized it in my head which which was not good. Yeah I was playing guitar and I was really genuine. I all I wanted to do when I was a teenager was was rights on guitar and then quite quickly. I got out of playing guitar and just started singing and it was. That was where my voice can assaulted. Come through so it was like I kind of was half and half at one point and then eventually I was exploring my voice lot more which I think was something I needed to do. 'cause I kinda used guitars but of Crotch I think and then now in this isolation period I've I've played guitar more than I have in actually years. I've been picking up the guitar every five seconds which is amazing but the music that I've done in the past two years is definitely been more. I don't know how to explain this but I've definitely been experimenting with Pop Music and trying to do things slightly out of my comfort zone and I just love getting the studio with Max Martin and those guys I find it fascinating to write formulate pop music but it's not necessarily. What is what I do as an artist? It's just what I like to do as a writer as a pop writer so I release these songs. The I sort of giggle. Because I'm like this is so mad that I'm singing on the song but I write these things I think. Oh maybe I'll give them to this person. That person like really big pop singers and I ended up singing on them. But you are really big POPs in like I still have a voice that is some people like it though which I just some so of so accepted that now but in America I'm still just like a voice there like I'm voice. That's on a lot of music. A lot songs get paid on the radio but still people don't really know who I am. As far as they're concerned it's just like I'm this British girl that's sings on the odd song. But I have the anonymity which I quite enjoy so I can just keep putting out these songs and I get a real kick from it but here are release. Asong I've written with Max Martin and it does nothing. It will not see the light of day. Okay but then. I'll release a song with just a piano here and it goes to one the last time I released here. Joni Mitchell cover and it. It went to number one here because I think it's just a it's just two very different world. The I've seen have got myself tangled in but it's kind of fun because you never know what's going to happen next so you're doing this pop thing you're dappling. You're having fun with it. You get in the room with maximal in which is bloody hard for people to get in the room within you'll in massive songs and and you know this song is is doing really really well in America is I mean. I'm hearing on the radio all the time here to. It's doing the right here. It's never really a song to sort of resonate as much here I just feel like the music I released here. I don't know I feel like it has to be a bit more. I hate this word but slightly more raw which I really hate using that word but I don't think that my voice in that context necessarily is appealing here. I don't know what it just shows you. The difference between NYC American tastes in like taste here. It's totally different. You know. That's why that's why I think some artists break here in America and vice versa. Who's just different sounds in different tastes and so the album is in two parts so the first half the album is completely me? And it's it's all me all my vocals or guitar or piano. Strings of coral elements a lot of love orchestra. Bit Of Gospel Choir. Suits is quite a bit more soulful than perhaps I've done before in that. I'm I'm using calls the I've kind of made up out of my comfort zone. And then my voice is kind of followed those court which. I'm sure you know this just as soon as someone presents you with a whole different set. Of course you've never used before some neo finding your voice going so many different places whereas before I was very you know very pop oriented. Were just have four chords than I sing with those chords and it would just be a variation of those courts but then the second that you sort of branch into something like a different world than your voice Kinda follows it so actually. My voice is kind of taken a whole other. I don't know it's Yeah. It's it's it's definitely been a journey with that stuff and then the other half is the more of collaborative stuff with artists. The I wouldn't otherwise probably. What with other than to just see what happens. Which is this latest song with with Latte Bear Now? Did a song with juice swelled who sadly passed away recently and then yeah and then a song with Swaley and Diplo. And it's been yeah. It's been mad journey. It's been like I when I release those songs. It's like oh I wonder wonder what people think of those songs. But it seems so much more kind of transactional. Those were those songs than with my own music. For example my second album it took like sixty weeks for it to get to number one and then and then I released lights. The Song Lights in America had the bill. We'll record for the slowest. Climb to number one other than like Britney Spears or something so like I've always made music that people kind of get with a longtime after so I've always released music. That does well like a year or two years down the line. It's really bizarre. So maybe that will be the case with this album. I Dunno it's Kurzban. Musical Casper is not musical. He has an incredible taste his his taste in art and he deals with contemporary art and he taught me a lot about modern artists. Casper's just kind of opened up that whole world and yes. We're quite good team. In respect like he took me to a exhibition that inspired the title. The name of my next album which is is called the brightest blue. Yes so I wanted to know dollar. Yeah Ramona's do you have good table manners? I bet you do. Actually I think I do because I in in the past where I think Jessica also relates to this. You should have mingle with all kinds of people and so you do sort of have to have a certain etiquette and one thing that I didn't do which my husband enlighten me about. What was the Napkin on my lap? At the start of the meal. So does that. That's that's the thing right. We put the NAPKIN. And you'll go on. Tell me about the Napkin on the lap. Well the second that you like your drink is brought to you before the start you have to put your Napkin on your lap. I didn't know that. So that's one thing. Did you know that one? Of course I did table manners. I didn't know that. So so napkin on the lap and cast mood always have to put mine on my lap forming. Forget and now it's just now it's just in my brain and then the other thing was and this is something that maybe as dinner but some way you have to speak to the past laughed for a certain amount of time. I didn't know that one and then after your starter you can then move to the right. Mike. God I did not know that. That's like that's proper. Push it. Ask proper that's stuff yep but it kind of is always what. I don't know why you must be so excited. If you're to their right that that they're left because or the right because you're stuck exciting person to get you for the main in the then. Don't be the person you left. And he gets you on the starter. I don't know I think the person I think the pass into my riot has a much better time with me because by that point I've had a few drinks bit looser. You've got to know year. Exactly yeah you got to sing a Song Karaoke Zone. Which career cubit me get your wedding? I don't have to think about this. I didn't have I really regret it. See JESSE MY FAVORITE. Karaoke song is Bryan Adams. I do I do it for you. Oh my God walk. Don't hold back Kelly. I don't know I don't know look into my eyes. You see what you mean to me. Now it's just one of those beautiful at the first singing lesson I I ever had which was about four years ago four or five years ago she said. Oh you remind me of Rod Stewart. Because I don't really know how you saying she's like you don't really sing with your head. Voice don't racing with chest voice and your mommy of Rod. Because he I don't know how he technically sings because his voice is so bizarre. So apparently I share that with won't Stewart Copeland massive compliment you'll get the Brits you'll be one of the legends at the Brits in Fifty Years Maybe by that time I can bring the Bryan Adams Song Bob because the kids won't know it so I could claim is as my own so today. Oh my God L. E. A. I feel like I could keep on chatting. Have you had your Denia? It's literally just here. I haven't eaten it. Oh Yeah I forget other people adults. I at like five o'clock with my children now. Why quite like it? I didn't want to eat on the Mike because I thought it might sound terrible. You know what it works when you're at our house but it doesn't we've realized it doesn't typically work via zoom. It's just not my friend day so I feel feel like you need to go eat your dinner. But let's do a poppy because I think we should part be when all this is over and we're out of quarantine and then we can be like. Oh my God what the hell was that all about. Wow that was crazy babe anytime and actually we could just make drinks and canape party could just drink champagne the whole time. Yes love kind of pays because they count snacks. You love it. La You are such a treasure. We Adore you. I've always been brilliant and I wish you the best with the new record. Thank you so much I knew. Thanks Doll Babe. Enjoy your dinner. Thank you thank you for joining us. Thank you so much for having me knocked pleasure. It's an honor she was. She was so lovely and this has been such a wonderful girl to me in the industry. She has been so generous. I think she's a really kind person. She's and she is this quite unconventional massive popstar that manages to have this quite. I mean this normal life. It seems like so sweet so lovely. I'm off. Thank you so much for listening. Everyone stays safe. We will be back next week for more. Tatum women special circumstances.

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