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"diane lockhart" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Concluded its fourth season. Christine Baranowski started her career in theatre and went on to Co Star in the TV series, civil and the big, Bang theory and films, including reversal of fortune and the birdcage. She's been in several stage and film musicals, including Chicago Maim and several by Sondheim, including into the woods, follies and Sweeney Todd. Christine Borowski character in the good fight. Is Diane Lockhart who was spun off from the series, the good wife? Both series were created by Robert and Michelle King. Diane is a progressive smart litigator. WHO's a partner in a law firm? The first episode of the first season of the good fight opened with Donald Trump being sworn in as president, a grave disappointment for Diane who had planned on celebrating the election, the first woman president. The, first episode of the latest season opened with Diane Waking up in an alternate reality where Hillary Clinton was president. The good fight frequently incorporates stories that have become part of the national conversation like white supremacy police assaults on black men, the alleged trump golden shower tape, powerful men who are accused of sexual assault and an attorney general who has criticized for bending the rules to benefit his allies. Christine Baranowski welcome to fresh air. Thank you so much, thank you to. You know a lot of their shows. You've done. are comedies and they're. They're social comedies, but there's a lot of political material in this. Is the feedback that you get from viewers different because of all of the politically related storylines in it. Absolutely on the show was not conceived to be a show about life in the trump era it just. It just so happened that on election night we were shooting the pilot and it's a well known story by now that Robert and Michelle had to rewrite and reconfigure the pilot to accommodate that new reality, but it transmogrify into a show that that is possibly the only show on television that is about people living through this distortion era and get a lot of feedback from people who are just grateful to see a show that reflects their own sense of. Disorientation and confusion how people how they're coping with this? Crazy, age you know they're show has tried so hard to be in the moment and topical but it could not have foreseen the pandemic, and the season had to end early right? Didn't you have to stop production because of the? Indeed we did, and as I'm listening to this scene that you just play between myself and John Lyric cat, it's. It's chilling to hear those words because those words were written before the Michael Flynn News Story of You know the attorney general dropping that case and For my money, it's our best season ever because it does. Go to the heart of WHO's enabling powerful people to get away with. Corruption. Or to McDonald co-stars on the good fight, and of course she's done a lot of music theater. You an order McDonald and Meryl Streep did a Song Together for the Stephen Sondheim ninetieth birthday. Tribute which was streamed on TV because this was during the pandemic, so everybody basically recorded in their in their homes. Was this your idea to bring the three of you together. You've worked with Meryl Streep and Mamma Mia. It was Audra and Merrill and I have all worked with Steve. We adore him a year ago. We took him out to dinner and we've vowed that we would do it again. When he turned ninety I emailed him to say Steve the. Three of US WANNA get together with you and have dinner, but alas were stuck, and maybe we'll do it. You know in virtual reality somehow and a week later I got the call from Raleigh spars about the fundraiser. He, asked if I would sing something, and of course I thought well. Yes, of course, how could I not and he said Merrill was a part of it and I'd always wanted to sing ladies who lunch so the song. Popped into my head, but then it popped into my head almost at the same time. That wouldn't it be fun if? Merrill Audra and I shared the song as a way of getting together, quote unquote with Steve to sing this for his birthday, instead of having dinner with him, so it was an idea and merrill went along with it, and then we got audrey involved, so we each did our part I had to do mine. My stanza and my you know phrases at the end of the day when my grandchildren were asleep, Merrill had to do hers. you know in California and Audrey was in her country home and. So we all recorded. We had the same track, and then it was edited and sent out there, but I was delighted with the reception. 'cause it. It was sort of my idea and I. Thought Oh. My God the night before it streamed I apologize to them, and I said sorry for getting you into this, but you know it's for Stephen He'll get the joke can at best it'll be fun so the fact that it went viral and people were really talking about it, and that I'm talking about it now is a really happy ending, but mostly it raised money for artists striving to end poverty, and I think Steve was utterly delighted with it, so you know mission accomplished! Well. Let's hear how it came out. We'll hear the sounds of that. You Open with and we'll hear a little bit of Meryl. Streep coming in right after so this is my guest, Christine. Baranowski starts off the song. A toast. Lunch. At Raipur. lounging in that account. Planning Online..
"diane lockhart" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It's not just a homicide case you call just stay inside next couple days come home right after work yeah okay tired it's going I love the mobile Doug yeah be safe always the crimes are more insidious in the fourth season of the good fight it's there is a magnificent Christine Baranski as attorney Diane Lockhart who in this spin off from the good wife has become a partner in a historically black law firm led by heavyweight actors Audra McDonald and Delroy Lindo this jockey series isn't merely the hope diamond of the CBS all access service but TV's smartest and funniest portrait of liberal horror at the trump years perhaps for that reason this season's first episode is a hilariously transient slice of alternative history the Hillary Clinton loving Diane wakes up to discover that Donald trump's victory has been nearly a bad dream an uncommonly vivid one here she talks about it with her assistant Nerissa played by Sarah Steele I had a dream that is so real that it takes a long time to just wake up no traffic Donald Trump thank that go so what happened he looks how did he not don't you remember the polls there was a landslide three million votes times in my training trump had three million more votes in your dreams read the how to do it well whatever the dream does not make sense the second episode the world has returned to normal is the trump era again and Diane's been put in charge of the firms pro bono section in trying to protect a small restaurant from the developer Diane comes across something known simply as memo six eighteen which allows wealthy and powerful people have special privileges in court and so Diane begins digging to find out what this mysterious memo actually is and who's behind.
"diane lockhart" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest
"A fairly standard law firm, drama, d it was network, but it was also some more daring more. Fain more socially relevant. It has been succeeded by the good fight after Diane Lockhart, goddaughter, get laid low by a huge financial scandal. They join a historically African American firm. That's the setup lock artist played by Christine branch, of course, in her niece's rose Leslie, it's been a broader sense. It's been said that the Trump era is being taken head on the show, the way it's predecessor took on the Obama era. Let's listen to a clip.
"diane lockhart" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Powered attorney, Diane Lockhart suddenly finds herself jobless and penniless that represented an opportunity I think that the show gained a inspiration and urgency that it wouldn't have had otherwise, and it was probably spurred to become more inventive and provocative and really to have more of a sense of purpose than it might have. Otherwise, it's called micro targeting sites. Like Facebook offered to advertisers to refine their Adolf. It was weaponized by the Russians the last election at it's hard the good food is still a legal series. But as the Trump era has progressed more and more into the realm of the surreal the program has almost become a thinly veiled satire. Yeah. I think that's true. It's not a set higher in the way that you know feet or the thick of it is which say, it's. Political satire set in government. But it is set among people who are adjacent to the world of government. And I also think that it's done over the past couple of seasons. Particularly starting with its second season. It's done a very good job of not only satirizing and commenting on specific events and circumstances in politics, but sort of capturing a feeling which is this feeling that things have gotten kind of surreal that we have a president who is saying outlandish things on Twitter. And you know, the sense that you know, one sort of wakes up every morning and turns on the TV to see what crazy quasi collusion Torey slash terrible thing has happened. And I think the good fight has done a really good job in a way that no other show that I watch. And I watch a lot of TV that's concerned with commenting on politics has really captured. This sense. That one's almost living in kind of a surreal alternative reality. Unlike its predecessor, the good wife, which Ed on CBS, the good Fudd is only available via the CBS all access streaming platform. That's important. Not just for those looking forward in the schedule. But because that difference in audience and business model allows for much more creative freedom than is usually offered to produces of a major network drama. Oh, one big advantage that the good fight has is sort of a business and distribution advantage. And I think one thing that's important to remember about television. Is that often the content of television is determined by the business of the show, you know, which is to say that, you know, something like the sopranos existed because it was on HBO and HBO could air types of programming that NBC couldn't write the good fight Air's not on CBS, which is, you know, major American broadcast network, but on CBS all. Access which is CBS's streaming service. It's the equivalent of putting it on Netflix or Hulu or Amazon prime or whatever. So it doesn't have that same obligation. In other words, the good fight needn't worry about pleasing everyone. It's free to focus on its coal audience. And honestly one thing that often handicaps political comedy, whether it's sketch comedy or political drama is that if it has to appeal to millions and millions of people at ends up being watered down and saying really nothing at all or going to cliches, you know, everybody's cricket. Everybody's dishonest cetera. But it has a point of view it knows what it wants to say. And it says it and simply being specific and knowing what you're gonna say just tends to make for better if not necessarily as broadly appealing entertain. Because Ben Ryland with that report. You're listening to the globalist. Said that one is the time here in London. I'm Georgina goatman, you're listening to the globalist. And joining me in the studio is less puzzle. Ana who's professor at King's College London an expert on Asian defense. But he knows cordless about defense all over the world, including very recently defense minister in Britain. Who of course has been such talking about Gavin Williamson who's been exposed allegedly as the leaker in this hallway story and of couse makes the front pages everywhere..
"diane lockhart" Discussed on The Thread with OZY
"Tired of standing idly by while the world goes crazy. Diane Lockhart is and so is the cast of the critically acclaimed legal drama that good fight. Join the fight by watching the new season. Now streaming exclusively on CBS all access. Tune into c- of Diane Lockhart will lead the resistance in a new post factual world a world where the lawyers with the best stories triumph over the lawyers with the best facts season. Three of the good fight throws the standard playbook out the window new characters new ripped from the news story lines in a dynamic cast that is more stack than ever Kristie. Brandy is back as the venerable Diane Lockhart rose, Leslie Cush jumbo than Audra McDonald characters challenged the patriarchy at every turn will act your Michael sheen shakes up the screen as infamous lawyer rolling Blom aka corruption in Karnik, you won't want to miss season. Three of the good fight. The resistance starts now. Join the fight by heading on over to CBS dot com slash thread to redeem your free trial of CBS all access to watch the new season of the good fight. Now streaming exclusively on CBS all access that CBS dot com slash thread to redeem your free trial of CBS all access. The insanity defense is a legal construct. But as we have seen in this season already our understanding of defendants. Mental state always depends on our broader scientific understanding of mental illness in psychiatric disorders, and of course, this understanding changes over time as we learn more about how the human brain works. The Hinckley case happened to come at a pivotal moment. In the history of the psychiatric profession. Andrea Alden around the early nineteen eighties psychiatry as disciplined kind of underwent a major reformation, which is now referred to as the biomedical turn. And basically it was a huge effort to science is the discipline. Trying to move it away from Freudian talk therapy and psychoanalysis into something that is medical thanks to modern science. We were learning more and more about mental illness stems from organic brain dysfunction in not bad more. Nls. So at that time that Hinckley was tried psychiatry was kind of undergoing this massive revolution. And really changing the trying to change the way people thought about mental illness. But at the time, we were really thinking of mental illness as a medical biological disorder, and not, you know, something abstract located in like the mind or the sole something that we couldn't actually put a finger on and find medicine for just because something biological. However does not make it easy to identify. Especially after the fact, how can you ever know what somebody knows right? We couldn't go back in time. And be there with him inside his brain at the time that he was pulling the trigger. So it's asking us to make a determination about something. That's completely unknowable. And that does not fit at all with what we understand about mental illness and how it works. Now. The insanity defense relies on experts in evidence witnesses and writings it hinges on a fundamental sense of optimism that. We can determine in a court of law whether the accused acted with sufficient criminal intent whether they knew right from wrong, sometimes as a Hinckley case revealed this optimism is it self somewhat delusional. And there's one particular exchange where I love that the the prosecution is cross examining. And he said he kept asking him. So you observed delusions in Mr. in Klay and the psychiatrist just trying to explain you cannot observe somebody's delusion. And he says something along the lines of you can no longer see whether someone is delusional as you can see you whether or not they believe in God, right? Ultimately, the decision about what was going on in the defendants mind comes down to the jury in the jury in the Hinckley case delivered a verdict that shocked many across the country. John w Ainslie junior has been found not guilty by reason of insanity on all thirteen counts. This was a case in which there was much evidence in Haley's own hand in his writings and his poetry and his essays to suggest that he was in fact degenerating into a psychotic killer by the time March of nineteen Eighty-one rolled around Richard Bonnie, again, if you accept the defense diagnosis of what was the matter with Ainsley that he was progressively detached from reality, then I think the verdict was actually defensible. The jury themselves clearly seem to accept the more nuanced version of what led done include to commit his crime. However, the public was much less sympathetic. There was a massive public outcry. He was sentenced to Saint Elizabeth's the psychiatric hospital in Washington where he would remain for the next thirty four years. He was sixty one years old when a federal judge determined in twenty sixteen he was no longer threat to himself or others starting in August. John hinkley. Junior will be allowed to leave Saint Elizabeth's hospital here in the Washington suburbs for good and live with his mother in Williamsburg full-time. He has to stay real legacy of includes trial came in the legal reforms that followed after his acquittal. There were widespread calls for the abolishment of insanity. Plea laws Lincoln Caplan again. And there were congressional hearings about the insanity defense, and then reconsideration around the country and the short of it was that in in the half decade after thankfully trial. The insanity defense was reformed in thirty eight states. And it was basically narrowed in a quite a substantial way four states completely abolish the defense. So a lot of courts went back took took the less complicated and more expansive standards and went back to the very restrictive standards. So in that sense. I think taking us away from two centuries of progress in trying to get the law to be a little more nuanced in its conception of what constitutes a legal excuse based on severe mental illness and pushing us back to where we were in eighteen forty three. That's right. Eighteen forty three the middle of the nineteenth century. We'll get to eighteen forty-three later this season. But first we need to understand more about why the Hinckley verdict was so unthinkable, given the twentieth century context. The American public was not always averse to the insanity defense, and it was used to excuse. The conduct of those who committed heinous axe crimes far worse in the one that Lorena Bobbitt was acquitted for him nineteen ninety s indeed the entire idea of temporary insanity appeared somewhat justifiable and even publicly sanctioned provided that the crime had been committed by one with a socially acceptable reason for being out of his or her mind.
"diane lockhart" Discussed on Ellen on the Go
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"diane lockhart" Discussed on The Watch
"Like, I guess I gotta go see track down. Now molotovs zander's as little does Paul. Actually, he does know because I've since told him that helped us this movie off because we were like convincing even though we were invited by the International Olympic. Mitty to go do this project. There's like, wait a minute. You wanna do a narrative film? We just trust us pizza. Let me send you a link. It's so the icy was probably man, I hope they don't make there will be blood, right? We later connected with Paul and he is in the special. Thanks because he he became a mentor. I sent him a rough cut, and I actually like one of the coolest moments in my life was sitting with him at his house and like workshop a scene with him. It was just crazy. I remember he he sort of pushed us in the edit to lean in to almost the magic of it, all and that as as young filmmakers, we never wanna make something that leans into hard to something, you know, genre. Like is Jonah or like something that could feel you know, exactly. But Paul was. So, you know, you need a mentor to give you permission to believe in yourself. And I feel that he and Nick likewise have given us tremendous gifts in in believing in us and encouraging us to lean into those little issues that we have an and try it. And so it paid off when we're on the ground with Nick. I mean, he's. He he is a captain on the field. If you will like he he leads while he's playing, and and I think for Jeremy Paul was was like that in the edit in revert great. That's great. Well, I adore this movie. So people get to see it. And thank you guys so much for coming by the watch. Thank you for sure. Today's episode of the watch was brought to you by the good fight. Christine Bransky is back as Diane Lockhart in the new season of the good fight premiering March fourteenth alongside Cush jumbo rose..
"diane lockhart" Discussed on Bachelor Party
"And then I think when you get back home, and like there's no camera crews and nobody's really like around you, and you're kind of like back in your life. And then all of a sudden, you figure out your thing. Gauged it starts to feel weird. Like, that's the part that made you don't you don't not feel engage, but you just feel odd. Like, how was I in this fairy tale land for so long, the real world doesn't quite make sense to me anymore. And now, I'm engaged in this real world. I it's it's a really odd dynamic. But yeah, I I don't think I ever didn't feel engaged. I think it was kind of confusing. And there was there was a lack of like understanding on what exactly had just happened. Yeah. Totally. 'cause I I just feel like we can get engaged. I now that I have been engaged. But I soon there's like a Nassir relationship leading up to or you have like shorthand together, you can kind of like already have your live so intertwined. And when you come back from the show, that's like the one that you really don't have and like need to figure out how to like Melchior lives together. So you move in tandem instead of two people out of the world, you know, and that must be just so overwhelming to think about you're just like, okay, I'm committing to you in a vacuum. But then we have to leave this special like not real world and like make it work in the real world. It must be like a real mind. Fuck. It really is. I mean, that's the thing. Eight and the crazy part of all this oftentimes gets forgotten. If you're engaged you're trying to figure out how to make this whole thing work. Everybody's a little bit confused and this show is done filming in November. So I mean, we're already in like a hard March and the show's not even done yet, right airing it, so you to be hidden in your relationship right for five months while you're engaged trying to make it work. There's a lot of variables that are. Unpredictable. Unfamiliar in completely infusing the happen. Right. When the show why when you get off the show. So I yes, so engagement in general, it's a big transition of where you're at in life, but then engagement from the show so the five months between filming in the area, and the show is even harder that see that that would really freak me out too. And and so I kind of like sympathized with Cassie. He's just like, I I do like you. But I don't I don't know if I wanna get engaged the one real to me the dumbest thing she did was saying, I love you. She got into the vans like girl, you don't love him. And that's okay. Don't let him saying it pressure you into saying it back. That's the worst thing you could do. You know, there's a lot of aviation during that was confusing. I think that's probably why she's getting heat. Yeah. But again, if we watch back any break-up that we've never been apart. I know for me, let me speak for myself. We watch back any break up. And I ain't gonna part of that. I have been the one to break up with somebody for it would be super confusing. It'd be really ugly. It wouldn't make any sense at times. And it would just be me trying to say, hey, this isn't going to work. So I can't criticize her for not being a break-up experts easy. It's not fun. It's confrontational. There's nothing about it. That's familiar so. Yeah. We watch your back. Like, oh my gosh. Cassie. How could you not be better communicating your break-up? And I'm like, none of us are good at it. Yeah. I know you just have to with that. It's definitely not an easy situation to be in. Let's talk a little bit about the women. Tell all but first let me talk about sponsors. Tire standing idly by while the world goes crazy. Diane Lockhart is and so is the cast of the critically cleaning legal drama. The good fight stream the new season premiering March fourteenth exclusively on CBS all access..
"diane lockhart" Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"We were getting into how cool Porsche is. And that people always ask what's Ellen light. But they always ask what portions like. And I always go first of all if you think she's beautiful when you see on TV, she's even more beautiful on person. She's the most stylish woman, I know like lorries of signed my wife is obsessed with kind. She's smart. She has a business, and she most importantly, she's cool. Cool and the most talented actress. Yes. L in my mcbeal. I know that was a while ago. Yes, you were. And then my gosh, arrested development. You're so good at everything you tackle. It's just. Yes. She is. And now businesswoman. Yeah. No. I thought I'd quit acting and try doing something else for a change. So, yeah, it's been it's been awesome. It's been any parts. You miss of the acting. You know, I was I'm I'm missed being around funny people like you guys at I also live with me. Before you came as you said, you're at work. I really did say that so hard to please. The groups the energy of being around super funny. People arrested development everyone in that cast is just so Larry. And you know, we kind of had a report like you guys have. And and you know, you make each other laugh every day. And that's about the only thing that I miss other than the fact that my wife is hilarious funny. She is energy. And we we thank you that you share her so much with us because we pinch ourselves every day at this ridiculous, job and luck that we've had six. Yeah. Is crazy. Honestly, I have to thank you guys for making her laugh every day. Oh, that's awesome. She loves coming to work, and she loves being with you all and I mean, it's amazing. It's I'm so glad I created the Ellen show. Just makes me to Hear hear that that. sound. So that just feels good just noticed that your mic is closer to your mouth and anyone else's says it's because it's usually a problem. I usually turns away from the my hair he tells me, I'm not loud enough sometimes. And as as host that's important for the host to be heard when we don't have Ellen Porsche on the podcast this level of attentiveness does not exist. Porsche just returned from a little trip to Canada. Yes. Yes. We sold out some arenas and did some Q in a. And then they loved when when she was on stage. I'm so glad she wasn't gonna come with me because she's got a job and she's trying to make this business grow bigger. And and she wasn't going to come. But I'm so glad you did. It was so much fun because so much will get excited came out the end like we well, she'll dragged me out of standing idly by while the world goes crazy. Diane Lockhart is and so is the cast that critically acclaimed legal drama, the good fight. Join the fight by streaming the new season premiering March fourteenth exclusively on CBS all access. Tune in to see if.
"diane lockhart" Discussed on Keep It!
"Is or FOX's all reconsideration. And then Facebook takes down the ad. You didn't know that this ad was racist yesterday. Facebook was like this is racist. I can't wait. And then we're like, oh, I guess this does violate our policies. My thing is you can retract and apologize on Monday. But she wanted that Trump money you wanted that good press for football with Trump, and you don't get to undo it. The next day, you can't unsee thing. And it's so socially end morally and politically irresponsible to put this thing that you know, is wrong and racist and think that under that the the good thing that you get kudos for re retracting the next day. They didn't even put an ad onto a PA. It's not like on air apologies happen. Release statements. You think twenty one million people who saw that game on Sunday went and registered investment? No. So now, we have a situation where the journalistic responsibility, or at least the reasonable places filters. The media that's opposed to be making good calls is making responsible 'cause two days before one of the most import. To elections in a generation, and it's really frustrating guys. Right. People taking up arms in militias trying to go down to the border. And like what is this going to turn into Waco? And we're sending troops down. There. The caravan is a month away, and it's a fucking care of van car and van. Time machine. I just want to understand how in how in the world the greatest nation on the planet. We've got the best military in the while you scared of a couple Brown folk from down south. Yeah. It's really crazy. The way they've talked about this. You know, you you would. You think full damore was coming. You scared of a thousand Brown people greatest nation in the world out of here voldemort approaching the border just on foot and seeing what he can get away with as pretty funny. Are you saying look you can't do this? We are not gonna give JK Rollings credit. Damore brown. Actually, guys. I if you would've looked closer in the taxi would voldemort has always been. He's a scaping award torn country. Louis. What is your keep it? I say this regretfully, I obviously love Carly ridge ups, and especially at a point when if feels like only gay men can hear the words Carly rage upset I feel like I say the words and then just goes blank on the radio for straight listeners. I apologize. But she has a new song called party for one. Which before I heard it. I was told by reputable gay people it was a Bob guys. It sounds like it's going to be about at the beginning. And then it's shrinks away from being and becomes too docile asong about self love. Love. We have already too many great songs about south of it's kind of a boring topic to me, I'm just going to say it. And anyway, it's not nearly the level of cut to the feeling her last big old hit our last big gay beloved hit. Sorry. She doesn't have big hits anymore, and I say that affectionately or her entire emotion album, which is a modern classic her entire album kiss, which I think is also an under heralded classic. It is also the appreciate that albums much as they do emot-. Right. And do you know why it's because they're afraid to defend it because it's more bubble gum. And it's not as cool to like bubble gum. This kiss is so much. The songs that they rent about. Yeah. Hurt. So good term me up. I also wanna say curly ridge ups and now in this new video, though looks great. She's doing a blonde thing. And when she's blonde her face really goes to a Baranowski place. What a big move them for an. Yeah. Right, right. Also, one of ten white women about it. But anyway, Carly rooting for you hope the next album is great the songs a little. It's a little docile for me. Remember when she was supposed to be recording like an Abba esque album. Yeah. I bet we I think she has no choice but to court Abba ask album, so hopefully, we'll get one of those soon. All right. I call her smiley Minogue. Sorry that blonde Diane Lockhart doesn't do it for you know, I'm excited for. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Good. We're excited for one. Yes, right. Oh, you're right..
"diane lockhart" Discussed on Keep It!
"Is or FOX's all reconsideration. And then Facebook takes down the ad. You didn't know that this ad was racist yesterday. Facebook was like this is racist. I can't wait. And then we're like, oh, I guess this does violate our policies. My thing is you can retract and apologize on Monday. But she wanted that Trump money you wanted that good press for football with Trump, and you don't get to undo it. The next day, you can't unsee thing. And it's so socially end morally and politically irresponsible to put this thing that you know, is wrong and racist and think that under that the the good thing that you get kudos for re retracting the next day. They didn't even put an ad onto a PA. It's not like on air apologies happen. Release statements. You think twenty one million people who saw that game on Sunday went and registered investment? No. So now, we have a situation where the journalistic responsibility, or at least the reasonable places filters. The media that's opposed to be making good calls is making responsible 'cause two days before one of the most import. To elections in a generation, and it's really frustrating guys. Right. People taking up arms in militias trying to go down to the border. And like what is this going to turn into Waco? And we're sending troops down. There. The caravan is a month away, and it's a fucking care of van car and van. Time machine. I just want to understand how in how in the world the greatest nation on the planet. We've got the best military in the while you scared of a couple Brown folk from down south. Yeah. It's really crazy. The way they've talked about this. You know, you you would. You think full damore was coming. You scared of a thousand Brown people greatest nation in the world out of here voldemort approaching the border just on foot and seeing what he can get away with as pretty funny. Are you saying look you can't do this? We are not gonna give JK Rollings credit. Damore brown. Actually, guys. I if you would've looked closer in the taxi would voldemort has always been. He's a scaping award torn country. Louis. What is your keep it? I say this regretfully, I obviously love Carly ridge ups, and especially at a point when if feels like only gay men can hear the words Carly rage upset I feel like I say the words and then just goes blank on the radio for straight listeners. I apologize. But she has a new song called party for one. Which before I heard it. I was told by reputable gay people it was a Bob guys. It sounds like it's going to be about at the beginning. And then it's shrinks away from being and becomes too docile asong about self love. Love. We have already too many great songs about south of it's kind of a boring topic to me, I'm just going to say it. And anyway, it's not nearly the level of cut to the feeling her last big old hit our last big gay beloved hit. Sorry. She doesn't have big hits anymore, and I say that affectionately or her entire emotion album, which is a modern classic her entire album kiss, which I think is also an under heralded classic. It is also the appreciate that albums much as they do emot-. Shen right. And do you know why it's because they're afraid to defend it because it's more bubble gum. And it's not as cool to like bubble gum. This kiss is so much. The songs that they rent about. Yeah. Hurt. So good term me up. I also wanna say curly ridge ups and now in this new video, though looks great. She's doing a blonde thing. And when she's blonde her face really goes to a Baranowski place. What a big move them for an skin. Yeah. Right, right. Also, one of ten white women about it. But anyway, Carly rooting for you hope the next album is great the songs a little. It's a little docile for me. Remember when she was supposed to be recording like an Abba esque album. Yeah. I bet we I think she has no choice but to record Abba esque album. So hopefully, we'll get one of those soon. All right. I call her smiley Minogue. Sorry that blonde Diane Lockhart doesn't do it for you know, I'm excited for. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Good. We're excited for one. Yes, right. Oh, you're right..
"diane lockhart" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"How 'bout the young person burning up the TV charts Liana is young, Sheldon, David Goliath, oh my gosh, young show that kid. Yeah. Okay. Let's go. Well, I don't. I don't know, doesn't he come from like, I don't know. He's got loving parents. I don't know. I just have this vision in my mind that like what's the difference between David Goliath, his loving parents to why not like super depressing. Probably Goliath, I don't know. He's super annoying, which if you're super annoying or David or Goliath, that's a good question. I'm not entirely sure because David was super annoying to Goliath in that he tried to kill him. The big question that I had is that Christian was given the nickname by Mike white of big bang theory. Are we going with the rule now that all characters in the big bang theory universe are David by default Rourke. So I don't. I think even I think allowing Christian to be David is probably a stretch. I'm sure that man does very well for himself. But I guess like. Are nerds if you're socially inept, are you a David then? I don't know. But like he comes from an intact, white family, he's fine. That's what I'm saying. Dear, parents, love you. Yeah, I guess it's an interesting question. I don't know. I would put young Sheldon as a David because he's also the point of that show that he's like an outsider as well. The like he's just coming from this rural family, but like he's the one that's into things that they aren't. So he's just an outsider by default, he's socially to ROY point working against something. I'm not entirely sure speaking bike white. I have a random tangent. I was a little sat in Liana that on the prices work, you'd or not bring up cost playing Mike white with like a fedora from baby gap because for some reason, the hacky was wearing was the one thing that really caught my attention about Mike white in the premiere. Yeah, yeah. Fedora why is he wearing a fedora hat is such an advantage. Well, I I thought there was sort of, I don't know. Maybe you can answer this, but you know, there's very few hats, so like how do you, I thought you couldn't bring a hat. It would have to be approved as a part of your outfit. And I guess I mean, again, understood the hat. The hat makes the outfit I can't have that cannot have. I mean, also Mike white, even being here is such is so frigging on fair, but whatever. So I'm sure I'm sure he got what he wanted. Got his hat is the door. If you choose, you could choose any how you wanted, and that's the one you chose. Yeah, it's a bad choice. Do you think he's giving a nod to Russell or pattern? I'm not could be enter. Right. That's gotta be Penner. It's gotta be because they hang out. Yeah, I can imagine. So though he was also socially push themselves away, much like Russell literally every season. He's a part of by running off in looking for idols. Everyone else's socializing. Yeah. Well work, they'll throw you a bone here. Diane Lockhart from the good fight, David Goliath, in your opinion, total Goliath and like proud of it. She's the best so, but isn't the show about her like trying to maintain like a law firm in the midst of adversity or my misappropriating that that's the first episode where she essentially gets Bernie Madoff and she turned tension to retire, but then she has no money. And so she joins, she ends up joining a different law firm, but she like instant, her agreement to join is that she has to be a partner and they give it to her. So she's she's doing fine. So it's a real David Goliath story over the course of one episode of the good fight. We s and then like Goliath, the whole way. We'll see. That's true because you, you can only be David to Goliath, you can't be Goliath to David. So that transition makes sense. Will Liana. What about our friend?.
"diane lockhart" Discussed on Keep It!
"Well, I wonder now if they're all going to be like, never mind, we're going to people that dropped out. I think they should go now Emily Nussbaum's gonna interview, Christine, Baranowski. Those are the ideas I need Doreen Saint Felix boots Riley, I'm sorry. What are you gonna learn from Christine brand at this point? What are you going to learn? What are you going to learn anything? You know. No, I'm just saying, you know, she's one of my favorite white women. I know that she's a fifteen time. I mean, how many that she is Diane Lockhart my point is not to denigrate Christine brands which I wouldn't do outside of this room, but I sure as hell wouldn't do. My point is what is she going to tell you that you don't really know? Excuse me. We all have mentors and they are constant teachers with her heart haircuts and her severity have just in essence, teach me something seen beaming. Have you seen Sybil? Yes, of course are definitely teach me about Cybill shepherd trying to teach. I'm just saying that I, you know, I don't think I was until I watched them. Alicia Witt come back to us. Yes, and that's what I'm saying. All right. Well, on the subject of boycott, people are also mad at Nike. Because they put Colin Kaepernick as the face of Nike for its thirtieth anniversary and they're just do it campaign and white people are mad are they are? They are cutting their socks. Cutting off. I'm sure. News, we'll have a field day this week. They love talking about black people that they don't like. And are you going to buy some Nike? I will. I don't know. I did not occur to me to buy additional Nike or to do anything to the Nike currently own. We'll they're going to have new shirt. Shoes. March. Yeah, I'm gonna buy some of that show. I wanna be kaffir naked. I just I also love the people that were like, look what you did. Nike good luck with the prophets. Now, I'm like, gee, what are you? What? What do you do? What are you talking about like these people literally think because this tweak got five thousand retweets. He's like, we've sunk Nike. We've done it right? It's like if net put out one movie, you didn't like it's like, no, but they're still like our gods and they think they're going to sink Nike by destroying things. They've already paid for things already money that they're now cutting it is. It does feel like like like writing putting a Nike Swoosh around a brick and then throwing it at like the USS John f. Kennedy. Destroy your own Carrick now you don't have coffee anymore, right? Sorry, they don't advertise on Hannity anymore. There was also this weird conflation of both of these things because they were like, you liberals are mad at Steve Bannon for this, whereas we can't get mad at you and this, you know, black lives matter anarchists who wants to sell sneakers, and they're still this fact that we can't get people to understand or at least people won't allow it. You know, to say that there's a big difference between Colin and Steve, and if you don't see that you might be racist and not acting in good faith in so dumb. So Tom, there is a connection between what's happening to see van and what's happening with Nike. And the connection is when one of two political movements in. Country becomes toxic to the point where leading pieces of its political campaigns are considered outside the bounds of discourse. You not only sort of coordin- off these this basically one of the two parties, but also you end up with a situation which in which taking a side is not controversial. The radicalization of conservatism has meant that all these ideas that traditionally would be debated at a company wouldn't wanna weigh in on. They now feel quite free to weigh in because Colin Kaepernick is now seen as something that is not going to harm their brand because there's a consensus outside of this sort of cordoned off toxic Republican place that he's good simply would not have gotten con, capture, Nick and just do it. If Hillary Clinton were president, do you think? I think Hillary would have been the just do it. I'll I not not a bad substitute. If if you want to win everything, believe in something sometimes. Did you hear that Nike copy ready? The motto of the wacky races, risk risk, every Hamble, hear, writing risk, everything support, things that are..
"diane lockhart" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"Happy hour. It is time for our favorite segment of this week and every week, what is making us happy this week, Glen Weldon what's making happy this week Parker. Posey has a book that just came out. It is called, you're on an airplane, a self mythologies ING memoir and in interviews, including one on NPR. She has specified that. She wishes it to be announced a self mythologies ING me more. Now you just heard that just now and you had to gut reactions? One of two reactions, one. Was it was the first reaction to is it's Parker Posey? Yeah. Okay. I'll allow it, but you better be going somewhere with this counselor. If you had the second reaction, you should pick up the book if you had the. I don't. The conceit is that she's addressing you the reader as if she sharing a row with you on a long flight. Look, she's a lot. She's a cork fest. The book has all these clip art photos of herself kind of festooned throughout and and she commits the premise at one point you put a turban on you so you can match the one that she's wearing, which even though it's happening in a book, I was like back off lady to close if you're gay men in New York City, you've run into Parker Posey out and about. She's winked at you at a lobby and a Broadway theater, or she's footed with you while you're waiting for a drink at a gay bar. She's a fixture. She's a part of New York City's queer atmosphere. Everyone has a Parker Posey story. And so whenever I go to New York, I start to feel a little wary as I know if I run into her, I am way too basic and I'm, she is not gonna find me rule. Interesting. And it will end. And failure. So this book captures the essence of running into her with no risk for you is there's no possible failure. She does all the talking. She's tells stories about party girl and house of yes and guffman like you wanted to. She introduces you to where yappy little dog and she gives you cocktail recipes. She also shows you how to tie turban if that's a thing. So Parker Posey's your on an airplane. Glenn Mallory you what is making you happy this week. So what's making me happy is this show called video game high school. It aired in two thousand twelve to two thousand fourteen. It's on Netflix. Right now. It's set in a world where video games are like sports and video. Gamers are basically jocks. They're the top dogs in this world. A young gamer named Brian accidentally beats the best player in the world, and he's admitted to the elite video game high school or VG. H s and the clicks in this high school are based on the games that you play. It is such a fun show. I cannot emphasize that enough. It is so fun. All the actors and characters in this are these really sweet cinnamon rolls and you just want to wrap them in blankets and and tell them it's going to be okay. It's just really fun. And if you are looking for something that's low stakes and adorable video. Oh, game high schools, the way to go and like, I'm not a gamer at all. I find video games to be completely incomprehensible. And this show really brings you into the world of these video games and really shows why they're fun for people. Video game high school. Thank you Mallory. Cat Chow what's making you happy this week. So I've started watching the good fight, which is a spin off of the good wife where Diane Lockhart basically leaves her firm and goes to a mostly all black firm, and I am not a person who was familiar with a good way despite having it being my orbit, but the good fight. On the other hand, I'm thoroughly addicted. It has a lot of current events that show up in the cases that they're working on. So it's not exactly the escapist television that I usually go for, but it's thoroughly enjoyable and addicting and it's says a lot about our racial landscape and there are just so many kind of jokes. And digs that I am not sure they would have been able to get away with had it been on traditional network TV broadcasted through the.
"diane lockhart" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound
"I wonder why to ten years for, you know, for also to long now your mind could say this too long, and to be honest, I don't care bring it on three next year. You know, I just are we in we into some kind of mega vehicle, multi. Well, yeah. Is this, I don't know what you think this one could run. Now you mentioned maybe kids. Yeah, I don't know. I mean, the thing is is such a huge cost. It is quite difficult if you want to get all the same people back because I have conflicting shedules. That is generally why it takes ten years to get everyone together. I mean, as so many big names in that room, not probably the biggest problem that makes hurdle ahead and whether they'll have in Mamma, Mia, seven, when people you've never heard of have no relation to these can coin. Now, for some years can see, let's remember November there will be a musical based on shares life in Broadway. I consider into film first of November stance. That's it's big, any aggressive is big. It's the point in the show where we asked guests to name something that our main topic remind them over prompted in in moins Laura's particular actress in Mamma, Mia, your a fan of, I think we mentioned her amount to go, but remind us and tell us, I don't know why she threw peaks your interest. Moberly Christine. Brandy plays a Tanya. He's one of Donna's friends. And she's the kind of raunchy, multiple divorce, lots of plastic surgery though. I don't actually think she's much plastic surgery as a as a person, and she was one of the stand up forms is in this for me. She's got some of the one of the best lines which I won't spoil also because I don't know if I can actually say on the right. She has, no, this is why she's good actress, incredible legs as she jumps over a table where I was like, oh, you are late. Sixties does incredible. But I feel like generally its success is coming to Christine branch kind of labor in a really, really deserved way she was. She played Diane Lockhart in the good wife, and she was a supporting character in that, but the spin off the good fight. She's basically the main character and it is an incredible poetry of female power struggling to use that power in a very male dominated world jumping. Next, we have a little clip just to remind or introduce our listeners to that very character that cyclists in the world has gone insane. News satire, it's no real people blowing grizzly bears have been put in charge of grizzly bears, so have decided they only to stay sane is to focus on my little corner of it. My people in. If I make my little corner of the world saying. Let the insanity. That's Christine Brandt scares Diane Lockhart believe. This is interesting because you know there's a lot of talk about the roles for women of sort of Christine case age in in Hollywood, and it's great to say so many strong characters having such fun. Do you think she's kind of front and center to get at what pip essentially pick up a lot more really compelling roles. Hopefully, I don't know if that's kind of game plan. I would really hope that it would have. It seems that she's kind of having that like seasons around in style. I think she's really proven itself is a very complex lead in the good fight. There's a lotta television about how if you want to have something female at you have to have FEMA versions of the male anti heroes of popular on screen, and I think that's quite tired concept. But the great thing about Diane Lockhart is she's not perfect. You do read for her very complicated. Like in the second series, she's basically been driven mad by the Trump presidency, and somebody introduced the idea of Mike robbing acid, just a tiny bit every day, and he start seeing the world from her perspective and she doesn't know what she's saying Israel on on these kind of brilliant newsreel..
"diane lockhart" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Think for guys named bob amy schumer whose i feel pretty finished third at the box office saying i've been doing standup now because it's not funny the current political climate has tears coming to her is the election of donald trump has been a nightmare for her comedy career on that alone donald trump deserves to be reelected meat i didn't know she had a career trump was too embarrassed and frightened to go to the white house correspondents dinner and said he was not invited to the funeral of the first lady former first lady barbara bush will that's wrong he wasn't invited he opted out because of security precautions which would have been disrupted to the family milania went instead sheriff said she went too far after launching a twitter rant on donald trump calling him a cancer ravaging our nation they singer said i say what i feel there's responsibility that goes with that i walked the knife's edge with sometimes it's too far this is not an apology it's a reprimand just because i can say anything doesn't mean i should humans are fallible as we know that and finally the dnc bs drama the good fight i think it's on sunday nights after a week ago they they fantasized about impeaching donald trump and then this past sunday night on the day four fifty seven follows trumpeting attorney diane lockhart played by christine baranowski defending your friend totally nelson played by tim matheson and apparently he was charged after a riot turned violent in court paulie tells diana the judge hearing the case i think i'm screwed this guy's a trump appointee and she says just follow my lead don't say anything radical he says oh like we need to assassinate the president she's told me tell me what you sit in court was a joke is you don't believe in regime change these are the writers of cbs suggesting regime change in an assassination on the good fight lock them up good night and that's our liberal trump derangement syndrome.
"diane lockhart" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"If you like the good wife after its first season i can say with confidence you will like the good fight equally racial playing there is it uncomfortable is racial play but not not gratuitous not what do i wanna say it's not it's not like the typical it's not generic or as cliche race plotlines means it's it's fascinating like for instance i i think i said this in the the pilot or after movie reviewing the pilot it was fascinating diane walks in diane lockhart play by christine brand ski and she walks into her first meeting and she's the minority is just the visual you know diane came from a very white firm just being blunt now over a now she is starting over in inner sixties and she walks into this conference room and she is now the minority in many ways in one hill from the irs yes there is so that play is very interesting and it continues to on small in in in unexpected ways how how ways please into it and i should i fear saying there were no no no no you'll see what i mean it's it's it's a it's not the backbone of the show but it is an interesting foundation my talk when a seven one everything entertainment have you started thinking about what to.