22 Burst results for "Doogie Howser"
"doogie howser" Discussed on WEEI
"Calls I don't know how many people can appreciate this piano I know you're wrestling fan did you ever watch how I met your mother I've seen episodes I was never a Die Hard fan all right so I don't know this is going to work but I'm telling you Barney Stinson who obviously is what's his name Doogie Howser what's his real name it's got three names that link it is easy for carousel see I knew there were three names Barney Stinson Allah Neil Patrick Harris Allah Doogie Howser reminds me voice wise of Dolph Ziggler have you ever noticed that I have never put us three together before I'm telling you see I don't know how many people they are big wrestling fans and then be are probably watching a lot of how I met your mother because the show's been off the air for a decade but that's the the big show I've mentioned this before me and my wife for watching probably three four episodes at night and every time he talks remind me Dolph Ziggler Barney Stinson is the high market is definitely more people out there saying who the hell is Dolph Ziggler than Barney Stinson yeah I mean everyone knows a bit I mean everyone knows Neil Patrick Harris what does Neil Patrick Harris the new but she Neil Patrick Harris let let's be honest about this is a brilliant actor I I've I've learned this because Doogie Howser right think about that part then what was that movie he was in remade as will come back was it hello more Harold and Kumar right go to white castle and these guys mocking himself and it's hilarious that he plays Barney Stinson who by the way let's be honest about Barney Stinson I don't know that characters being approved on TV in twenty twenty I'll just say that right with some of the things that he does and says with his book and all that I don't know if that's going over in twenty twenty I know that two thousand ten is not that long ago but a lot of shows yeah well look it's easy to say that about Archie bunker because Archie bunker was forty years ago yeah more than that forty five years ago we are talking about something that's in the last decade like the show went off the air twenty thirteen twenty twelve something like that but this things like in the office that you would do you wonder if they would be able to get away with it now that's true now you're right you're right I don't that character would be able to exist but but Neil Patrick Harris is brilliant at I got him a lot of credit Dolph Ziggler is but he's an actor too technically not be he's a pro wrestling the comedian is a good fit they do they very much sound like each other so I may be the only person who thinks it but I'm let you know I let's get to some of your calls let's go to Duane in the Saint Louis Missouri what's up doing area where we're going good man all right so I know you as a Mets fan or a lot more you're what you're a lot more on this in a lot of baseball people here say Lewis I've settled last month called who's ready to speak so yeah are you an icon here like what happened with pool halls I really doubt they'll let him go but at the same time I don't think somebody's gonna sign thirty nine forty world catcher for about twenty to twenty five million a year exactly all also honestly as a Mets fan do you think so or yeah he was the better player I'll listen thank you they're they're just so different I mean you chose to show different Yadier Molina is a defensive whiz he's won nine gold gloves he's won platinum gloves he's he's great behind the plate is the great I think I I certainly watch the cardinals everyday but I've watched them a lot and getting the most out of his pictures and you can give me pitch framing stats all you want I don't know if they're good or not it doesn't matter watching a behind the plate he feels like a difference maker Mike piazza bat Mike piazza sticks so here's how all answering you could say this is the easy way out but this is an honest answer when you say would you rather have Yadier Molina Mike piazza what is the rest of my team look like if I have a great offense I have a tremendous office I'm loaded with bats you know what I'm intrigued by having jadi if I don't have a great offense and any dead big stick in the middle of the order I want piazza piazza is a far far far superior offense of player and jadi is a brilliant defensive catcher to the cardinal fans out there and we'll see if I'm right a year from now but I'm kind of confident about this here's why I think Yadier Molina is gonna be a cardinal and I think doing kind of hit on it a little bit I don't believe anybody else is going to pay him I don't think yadi Molina on the open market let's assume there is no year this year or he puts up the same numbers as last year let's go with that yep two seventies pretty good that's all right the three ten OPS is got three ten on base is great but that's kind of what he's been up ten home runs fifty five RBIs still catching at a high level but thirty eight years old what you get on the open market I don't think she's getting enough the way Paul said the reason why the cardinals let pools Galway's they saw the angels make an offer that they realize would look like a bad contract down the road they made a smart decision let's give the cardinals credit as much as emotionally you would want pulls that spent his entire career with the cardinals they ended up making the right choice I think it's different with the Audi and I think that there won't be a team out there that's going to make an offer that's going to make the cardinals on comfortable already in Brooklyn he already okay okay so the cold cold you are on your show with the withdrawal and and said would you trade Jamal Ford the idea to use a cowboys fan yes the CD land right thank you right away knolls sought I'm you crazy you know what I would do that that's right he just the cutest thing though okay you're going on the premise that CD is not a top wide receiver if he turns out to be about thank you for your goals but he beat the top receiver next year you would have a top receiver you would have that safety that you to hopefully he's going to admit you may end you got your most money okay so you can't order might it just depends how much how do you feel about that why we should already the recording why would come off yeah okay so there's a couple of things here I think a part of why I say know immediately is if the jets want to draft CD lamb they could have that's number one number two they could have traded Jamal Adams a year ago for the Dallas Cowboys first round pick and again it could have drafted CD lamb then and probably got more back so I think a part of why my knee jerk reaction is saying no is that if they wanted CD lamb they could have she delay so they could I have your mall NCD went down I would have had my car back and I understand that so that's also kind of tough to get past what's also tough to get passes I want to trade him all items and I don't trade him for a wide receiver that I think could be really good now did Joe Douglas do enough in this draft at the skill positions no we did not give you told me two weeks ago the jets are gonna draft one wide receiver I would have laughed cried and yelled at you how did that all three of those things irrationally so it is very disappointing that they only walked away with one receiver but that doesn't mean that they should trade their best player on defense for the seventeenth pick in the draft the guy they could drop it.
Charles Levin, Police Department And Selma discussed on Armstrong and Getty
"Authorities believe they found the remains of actor Charles Levin in a remote area of Oregon grants pass police department says there's a high probability human remains found northeast of Selma are those of Levin the seven year old was reported missing a week ago Levin played numerous roles on TV comedies from the nineteen eighties and nineties such as Seinfeld night court and Doogie Howser
"doogie howser" Discussed on /Film Daily
"The special that ben included is worth your time it's the same that even exist but i don't know i think it was supposed to be like a warning sign in like nineteen ninety so like the way before you know inconvenient truth and all that like that whole movement and it is ridiculous it is super ridiculous i'm i'm sure the whole thing's finally available online somewhere but the clip a ben imbedded just has the doc brown part where he i think he hasn't interaction with doogie howser so if if you if you ever wanna see back to the future doogie hauser 'em mash up a crossover there there you go so i see a tell me well there's a cure us a sequel series that's coming yeah so on the heels of of news that checkout why td's a and battled a cure a live action feature film is kicking into gear a original creator kathy hurled tomo has confirmed that he is working on ainu a cure animated series and this'll be a sequel to his original nineteen eighty eight film that became aid cult classic in a global sensation an down there as how many details about what the series will entail a he revealed this news panel enemy expo in las angeles and it will be produced by bandai non coast sunrise but according to enemy news network this sequel series will incorporate entirety.
"doogie howser" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"This year with Brady saying everyone thinks we suck. That's we'd beat the chargers. And and there's a lot of audio after they won the game in Kansas City with your old. You're slow, you know, HOGAN, and and and. And Brady all talk to each other. And so they're they're using that they're listening to I don't know. Stephen a Smith. Or whoever, you know, listen to us the local shows and everything I mean, they were bad for parts of this year. They were not the same team. We're not as good. But hey, whatever moves them. Good for them keeps them going. I think Bella check for some reason, I believe he really he really wants this one. And and I have he was he was of that mindset going into Kansas City game means a lot for some reason. Yeah. And I can understand it. I mean because they go in and it wasn't a case Dan wears like, oh, this is the pats are going to dominate the AFC the perception wise is that it's wide open. AFC anybody can be beaten the patriots. Even with those two wins at home to close out the year. They didn't look particularly good Brady. Threw the ball well against the Buffalo Bills was uneven bills game wasn't good. Yeah. Wasn't good at also. I think we'll look at it. If they're gonna take if Bella chick is able to take this team. Yeah. And and beat the chargers beat KC on the road. And then beat the Los Angeles Rams down Atlanta. I mean, it is one of the great coaching jobs. You'll see an NFL history. I agree. I mean, and and I think they're going to win. I just I can't I can't figure out how to go against this point. I've seen I've been down this path to many times. Well, how do you better against them? Now. I mean after they go into Kansas City and handle and head on the chiefs and Patrick Mahomes. How exactly did I I I'm done down of Dan my face, two straight weeks. I'm done down the pats true. But if you're going to face some as much better defense, but yeah, again, it's a young quarterback. Doozy. How do the doogie howser? So the coach there whatever that guy's name is. The coaches the coaches twice as old as the other coast fixing thirty three McVeigh's birthdays today, and he's thirty three today. I've never seen. You know? Maybe George Alice coach somebody who was forty when was eighty I don't know. Danny forty how long do you think Brady continues to play? Well, I mean, I'm certainly one or two years after that we're really into the twilight zone, but I gotta think something's. And you know, with the way the rules are in the spread offense and the way the alliance plan. I mean, he hasn't gotten dirty last two weeks now that helps and it looks like he's in living room against the chargers. Jen that was all, you know, just throw into the backs and all this. But he was he was making big boy throws against the chiefs. You know in the cold downfield stuff three third down conversions on the on the overtime drive. Yeah. That's pretty good. So I'm like, I'm not doubt on a dad which at the time. This is one that we really do. And we'll chat again soon. You got it. Dan, Shaughnessy Boston Globe. Giving me a little bit of a feel. They agree columnist in terms of the pats. And it's not it's never gonna end tash really isn't the patriots. According to Dan. It's not, but yeah. No. I I know a lot of. Why? This year. We'll make the thing is next. Guys.
"doogie howser" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!
"I'm just like, oh, well, of course, that's the only way the movie would get made. And so I'm not thinking. Oh, yes. It's ridiculous to see doogie howser walking around and SS or saying he had to make him to make a decision thousands of people die or Denise Richards, as like an a plus her mind. Grainger pilot makes me sad that you guys don't that. You think that they're bad performances like win winner, they bad when do they go, you know, because to me they're just like they're like like I said heightened reality that over the top. But to me, they're never like like cringe. He you know to me. It's navy. Neil, Patrick, Harris. Like psyching that alien, Denise Richards and doogie howser Neil, Patrick as they maintain the same innocence and naievety of the Melrose place s that out the whole on though, they're supposed to be hardened warrior bad ass, though. That's what I like about the movie. Yeah. You're saying that that that choice that acting before really loved to niece Richards playing Dr JAMES BOND, don't you? Which was see see I like her in this scenario. I think pulverized and can take what Denise Richards is as an actress. And then use it to affect in his weird way. It's hard. She's not as good another. I don't even really like like wild things or anything. All I'm saying is that when I was watching it. I wasn't like, oh, I see what he's Pulver Hoving suing your. I was seeing like, wow. Yeah. Man. This is I guess what you had these the compromise you add to make to make a movie in one thousand nine hundred. I'm the when I said before that I love every scene. I'm like loving every sin going. Wow. I like what I get with Paul Verville is doing here, you know, like in terms of the also know that I knew nothing going into this. That's what's. So that's honestly, really interesting to me that you knew nothing going in. So that's yeah. I had no idea was a satire all I knew was that took place in the future with guns and aliens. Yeah. So you saw it as just bad acting. I saw it as bad acting. And. Yeah, if you're making two hundred million dollars, a better half, Denise Richards in it or how can it be? Yeah. I mean, I guess. Yeah. But again, this this this is kind of what we were saying earlier, right? That this is kind of the point is that that sometimes satire can be enjoyed at different levels. Like, I don't wanna throw anybody under the bus too much. But I have people close to me that there's this Christian satirical website called the Babylon be because no at that is talking about. So it's it's literally a satirical website. It's the Christian version of the onion. Right, right. But I know some people close to me that when I was back in California. They showed me an article that tried to show like how ridiculous, you know, left wing politics was or something along those lines, and they showed me an article battle on. And I had to tell them. I think you guys know this tirico website, right? And they were like shocked and the look on their face was like wait really like because I've been reading this every day for the last like, eight months and taking my news. And oh, and as as setting as that is. It's also understandable. If you're a little bit older, and you don't understand certain forms of media. You don't understand new media? You don't understand social media to the same degree as somebody who's twenty years old who's just trained to look for this sort of thing? I think it's the same thing with this film as that there are different layers in different persuasions that are going to interpret different layer at different levels, depending on where you're at in your life at the same..
"doogie howser" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast
"Not Sam wrestling for the not Sam shells. You already know what we do here in the state of wrestling and that is countdown. The list of the top five stories in the world of pro wrestling this week according to yours, truly the last professional broadcasters, Sam Roberts and it's an interesting week. Of course we covered Saudi in the and the crown jewel and what maybe WWE should do in the bridge segment. So if you're looking for that in the state. Have wrestling, you're not gonna find it. You shouldn't skip segments. Speaking of skipping. A lot of people last week were tweeting me going. What happened to the state of wrestling I turned on, I must have missed something is the state of wrestling, no more. I think I said at the beginning of the show, we're not do it last week. We're not doing a state of wrestling because I was out of town and couldn't do it topically, and that's why I put on the special Caroline show. But if you skip the intro, you would miss that part too. So stop skipping around parts of the show. Okay. That should be number five this week, but we're sticking to wrestling stories. Okay. And the number one story we're gonna have some fun with so. Number five is TNA or impact wrestling as it is now known as Don callous refers to it and everybody referring to impact wrestling, refers to it. Number five is impact wrestling's bound for glory and more specifically the Austin Aries situation. So first of all, I watched bound for glory and I think TNA is doing good, pay per views. I think it's it's. Or I'm sorry, impact wrestling. I keep seeing seeing saying TNA, but it's just it's not for any reason other than the fact that that's just what I'm used to saying. I mean, if you go through the WWE pre shows, you'll find me saying WWF in two thousand eighteen on WWE TV okay. I'm a hardheaded person. I'm not a fast learner is the point even if it's only about three letters, you know, these are. These are worth three letter words are stuff that kids learn in like first grade cat CAT probably before first grade. Probably kindergarten. Maybe the really smart ones, the doogie howser to the world before they even get to kindergarten. Dog DO g I'm good with those. I know a lot of those three letter words. Rock are. Okay. Oh, the c is silent. But for some reason when you explain to me what the name of a wrestling promotion is, sometimes I find it difficult to remember the proper branding, but deal with me here work with me here we're talking about impact wrestling and we're talking about another three letters b. f. g..
"doogie howser" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Might. Have been dealing, with a fake Dr Prosecutors have filed charges against at UCI student who posed as a doctor at UC Irvine and at, children's hospital and went in and actually treated people And did diagnosis? And he got, he was. Able to get a badge by going to security and saying I've lost my badge and they say okay what's your name and he said doogie howser that's what I thought Exactly and they gave him the. Badge. And he you know they they weren't quite that negligent the hospitals. He, arranged somehow to have somebody in the personnel department at UC Irvine vouch for him when the hospital called over there, to verify his status yeah so now, he's, facing felony charges? And some misdemeanor, charges as. Well yeah he was It was diagnosing a male patient with the. Growth. On his neck I just what is he going to say you. Have, a great On your head right there we have another head you're a two headed here I don't even know. What you say to that though there. Is, a guy whose job was to go around and pretend that. He was Maui from Milana he would go like children's birthday parties. Well now this twit has been arrested on? Suspicion of grand theft I. Guess you have couple who gave him a place to stay he's homeless and. So you can.
"doogie howser" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"That's pretty good they're always like they have to be a little bit juvenile right how did the kleenex learn to dance yeah right i'm neil patrick harris you're listening to q here's a dad joke that i think is great so a polar bear walks into a bar and the bartender says hey polar bear what can i get you and the polar bear says i think i'll have a vodka tonic and the bartender says table why the big paws got it what do you give that on a scale of one to ten it's pretty good it's original i gotta give them that right it requires a level of in from your audience and i don't imagine any kids would sit through that pause long enough to get to the punchline plead aside funny thing i remember playing a show in san diego one time and knock knock knock at the door and i look and i opened the door and it's like i'm neil patrick harris i love you guys can i come out this was before he had a second like doogie howser only at this point he was just a young kid this was like nineteen ninetyfive any like the o l p yeah he was a big oil p like that joke where do you see that jokes going in the future jonathan why suppose they're going to get more racy what with the internet and what have you because you have to speak to kids in terms they understand right.
"doogie howser" Discussed on Late Night Whenever
"I am a robert i am around that's what's your yes that's where it comes from well not really they wanted to name me bo my parents but then my mother's thought like if he has a real job he needs a real name so they gave me robert in case a doctor and then i very didn't become a doctor but you are a surgeon when it comes to jokes is it fair to say that you're like doogie howser of comedy like usually for sure yeah we have the same sort of backboard forehead hey now you have a nice you have a nice guys he has a nice i was asthma thank you yeah i mean i i also wanted to just say like congratulations on on your film appreciate it man unbelievable he made this film do you wanna do you wanna talk about eighth grade a little bit sure it's about eighth grade that's about it yeah it's about thirteen year old girl and her last week of eighth grade it's sort of set now and it's just sort of weaken her life eighth grade is horrifying and weird and scary and twenty eighteen is horrifying and weird and scary so we just brought them together yeah everything about it you captured well like you captured this the main character's name is kayla right yes and yeah you really delta the mind of an eighth grade girl how how'd you do that bo well you know i mean truthfully like i wanted to talk about the internet you know a bid and sort of my own anxiety and i felt those things were connected and then sort of stumbled on the voice of this girl in i watching hundreds of videos of kids online talking about themselves.
"doogie howser" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And now the game where we ask people we like about things they don't necessarily like because they don't know anything about them it's called not my job neil patrick harris bent his teenage years being a tv star as doogie howser m d we assume he means that he'll spend his fifties goofing around and playing video games and drinking mountain dew neil patrick harris welcome back to wait wait don't tell me i have a bunch of questions here from the kids who want to ask you things but i the question you're doing a new show called genius junior and i watched it and it's a quiz show with like these incredibly smart young kids who do the most remarkable things we we went around america and found i think twenty four thirty something kids that were between the ages of eight and twelve with strong high intellects and we paired them up into two teams of three and h we challenged them what all kinds of unbelievable things does it make you kind of increasingly disappointed in your own normal children oh my normal children are just idiots apparently they can't do anything always felt that doogie howser kind of messed up the curve because your kids weren't like brilliant surgeons at the age of what how old was doogie howser fifteen fifteen when i started then i if i'm not mistaken he was kind of the first blogger was he really they ended every episode kind of at the computer or any type in some saying that he thought was intriguing to combine the a story and the beast story snakes give a little smile and finish it off inspired by a real life fourteen year old that became a duck god bless you do hoping you can take a look i've had this cough well this is good because we have some questions for you and we asked our audience our kids in the audience to write down some questions and here's one from sebastian he's aged four how old is your doctor that's a great question sebastian my doctor is certainly older than dookie i think he's probably in his early forties sebastian assumes you have the doctor like i don't have a regular doctor you know what i do when i take a cat to the vet i ask the questions as if a masking about an animal at home so that's your doctor.
"doogie howser" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And now the game where we ask people we like about things they don't necessarily like because they don't know anything about them it's called not my job neil patrick harris spent his teenage years being a tv star as doogie howser md we assume he means that he'll spend his fifties goofing around and playing video games and drinking mountain dew neil patrick harris welcome back to wait wait don't tell me a whole bunch of questions here from the kids who want to ask you things but i have a question you're doing a new show called genius junior and i watched it and it's a quiz show with like these incredibly smart young kids who do the most remarkable things we we went around american found i think twenty four thirty something kids that were between the ages of eight and twelve with strong high intellects and we put them up into two teams of three and they and we challenged them with all kinds of unbelievable things does it make you though kind of increasingly disappointed in your own normal children don't my normal children are just idiots apparently i can't do anything always felt that doogie howser kind of messed up the curve because your kids weren't like brilliant surgeons at the age of what how old was doogie howser fifteen fifteen when that started then i if i'm not mistaken he was kind of the first blogger was he really they ended every episode kind of at the computer and he type in some saying that he thought was intriguing to combine that a story and the b story they get a little smile and finish it off inspired by a real life fourteen year old that became a duck god bless you do hoping you can take a look i've had this cough well this is good because we have some questions for you and we asked our audience our kids in the audience to write down some questions and here's one from sebastian he's aged four how old is your doctor great questions the bathroom my doctor is certainly older than dookie i think he's probably in his early forties i love it the sebastian assumes you have dr like i don't have a regular doctor you know what i do when i take a cat to the vet i asked the questions as if a masking about an animal at home your.
"doogie howser" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And now the game where we ask people we like about things they don't necessarily like because they don't know anything about them it's called not my job neil patrick harris spent his teenage years being a tv star as doogie howser m d we assume he means that he'll spend his fifties goofing around and playing video games and drinking mountain dew neil patrick harris welcome back to wait wait don't tell me bunch of questions here from the kids who want to ask you things but i have a question you're doing a new show called genius junior and i watched it and it's a quiz show with like these incredibly smart young kids who do the most remarkable things we we went around america and found i think twenty four thirty something kids that were between the ages of eight and twelve with strong high intellects and we put them up into two teams of three and they and we challenged them with all kinds of unbelievable things does it make you though kind of increasingly disappointed in your own normal children don't my normal children are just idiots apparently they can't do anything felt that doogie howser kind of messed up the curve because your kids weren't like brilliant surgeons at the age of what how old was doogie howser fifteen fifteen when i started and if i'm not mistaken he was kinda the first blogger was he really they ended every episode kind of at the computer and he typed in some thing that he thought was intriguing to combine that a story and the beast story and they give a little smile and finish it off inspired by a real life fourteen year old that became a god bless you dugas hoping you can take a look i've had this cough well this is good because we have some questions for you and we asked our audience our kids in the audience to write down some questions and here's one from sebastian he's aged four how old is your doctor great question sebastian my doctor is certainly older than dookie i think he's probably in his early forties i love it the sebastian assumes you have the doctor i don't have a regular doctor you know what i do when i take a cat to the vet i ask the questions as if a masking about an animal at home your doctor.
"doogie howser" Discussed on Raised by TV
"He's got a legitimate flow no fun who's that little girl singing mr t and then they show a group of white kids break dancing i mean that's cool that mr t was out there worthy like saturday morning cartoons for kids who weren't white you know it seemed like everything was just for white people we were just like watching watching old episode of doogie howser where it's like super homophobe gain it's zooms in on like oh and then he's talking to to complain that actor that might have known at that point that he was gay and then there's this whole homophobic script old men are telling him to just like so upsetting there was no like it wasn't until fat albert like but i guess fat albert but then you gotta make fair representation anything like a thousand shows for kids the black kid show is like they live in a junkyard come on i also have school schoolhouse rock that's schoolhouse rock i was like i still can sing a lot of that you category go nuts did you know it when you are kid that you wanted to work in tv i think i was thinking about this the other day about how i was always very fascinated with how things worked in tv like washing the prices right i would sit there and figure out what when they would take commercials and why and there were and how the cameras were set up and how how.
"doogie howser" Discussed on Raised by TV
"Real ginger molasses lemon plum orange nutmeg cardamon all spice coriander juniper birch and prickly ash hey we're gonna make a new pop it's going to have prickly ash anus fill me up with some amos juice juice of a little dash juice of amos it's like a witch making it what kind of doctor puts eighteen is juice in assault does check out because the doctors work with the body johnny this work with potholes so he knows if it tastes good we don't know would you go to a proctology named dr pepper yes and actually there was oughta dating show that i liked called married at first sight have you seen that show people get married per se but they're set up by experts there the doctor and the therapist is dr pepper that's amazing i know i'm like it's so i mean you just have to have you you can't not have that be your name if it's your name like they would call me mr poop that's that's that's yeah it's a pun on mr tim worth it commercially okay wait let's talk about did you watch doogie howser i watched a little bit of doogie howser was his friend who i just saw on another show and i knew it was immediately i can't think of what show that was and he was playing a character named vinny actually she was supposed to be a nod like what's with the is this the diversity casting of the eighties and nineties where a talion was enough of nfl why neighbor to be like interesting i loved him i was attracted to his voice.
"doogie howser" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I think what they thought they were going to be getting was version of fort apache the bronx which had recently been released as a film getting some play in other words more action more emphasis on action well inner city action there was some some attempt in that movie to to deal with the personal lives of some of those cops i think that's what they were looking for i hope we didn't disappoint them stephen bochco is my guest the creator of hillstreet blues l a law cooperman and a new series called doogie howser indeed this is the first show in your new contract with abc which calls for the creation of ten programs right over the next decade how are you going to be testing your ideas before you actually make an investment in them well i never do i don't know i don't believe in testing i resist always looking at any of the research that networks to on on my shows either before they go on or even after they go on because i think the moment you begin to really pay attention to research in television you you stop being creative and you and you start trying to design products for for for marketplace and that's not what i what i'm interested in doing i accept the risks inherent in television i accept the fact that it is a failure oriented medium that you are going to succeed far less often than you fail and that that comes with the territory and if you're not comfortable with that reality then you should be doing something else all the research in the world doesn't seem to prevent a the the vast majority of television shows from faith failing miserably so you know here we are when i get an idea i i like to live with the idea for longtime so that so that i know personally that it has longevity and if i feel that than unprepared to to fight as hard as a can't for well wanna thank you very much for talking about television and you work thank you for your time stephen bochco recorded in nineteen eighty nine he died yesterday of complications from cancer he was seventy four after we take a short break we'll hear from the author.
Video shows Fort Worth police punching man repeatedly during arrest
"Only getting out in time thankfully no injuries reported in dearborn michigan a woman wearing a headscarf assaulted inside of a hospital the nineteen year old woman checking in when another patient comes from behind and strikes her in the head fifty seven year old suspect under arrest the woman has now filed a lawsuit against her alleged attacker and the hospital she claims the man attacked her because she's muslim police in fort worth investigating a video of a violent arrest that's gone viral officers responding to reports of an intoxicated man cell phone video capturing part of that confrontation officers you can see them punching the suspect forest curry repeatedly as yelled for them to stop police said in a statement the video fails to show several minutes where curry fled police and resisted attempts to handcuff him attorney four curry calling you arrest quote handed suggesting it may have been racially motivated and a legend in television has passed away star dr steve bochco in new york city native who created a string of hit tv shows like hillstreet blues la law doogie howser md and nypd blue died after a fight with leukemia in los angeles he wouldn't ten emmys during his career he was seventy four years old finally tonight america strong a national guardsmen but also a father the powerful moment that captures what it means to come home in blue ruck ohio just outside of columbus a family emergency that will melt your heart sevenyearold tiny and little sister rail five years old noticing those sirens and the commotion of adults around them these two little girls love firefighters their mom is one and so is there dad who's been in afghanistan since last year sergeant first class terry got key is a national guardsmen he also served in iraq leaving that time just weeks after his first daughter was born back in blue rock.
"doogie howser" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Died stephen bochco was also known for producing doogie howser md the ten time emmy award winner is also remembered for his legendary tv flop the police themed musical cop rock in nineteen ninety bochco got his start writing episodes of other people shows including colombo in nineteen seventy one he died yesterday in the l a area he was seventy four busted off duty a criminal complaint shows an oakland police officer hit speeds over one hundred miles an hour when pulled over last july the guy was pop for dui too but only after he took a blood test the children blood alcohol reading a point one five nearly double the legal limit of point oh wait the san francisco chronicle says the twentyfouryearold officers offduty arrest was not made public it was charged in january with dui including special ellegation for reckless driving a guys apparently still with the oakland pd michael pay kfi news spacex has another launch scheduled this time from the east post spacex successfully sent ten communications satellites into space from the west coast last friday the cargo for the international space station is set to be launched this afternoon on a previously used falcon nine rocket the cargo includes some science experiments including a thunderstorm monitoring system and zero grabbing gravity farming project and easter is underway right now at the white house the president just spoke this year's easter egg roll crowd is nearly thirty thousand adults and kids that's up about nine thousand from last year and this year the white house has added lawn bowling to the festivities a little later this morning first lady melania trump will take turns reading children's books and the kids will have a chance to write greeting cards.
Steven Bochco, TV creator of "Hill Street Blues," "NYPD Blue," dead at 74
"Could have a busy start with a high fire danger windy and warm today and of course combined with the current drought it's the recipe for fires to develop and spread quickly at cbs four meteorologist crispier saying the wind gusts could top sixty miles an hour the eastern planes this afternoon red flag warnings have been posted for much of southern and western colorado some places are also under wind advisories and warnings today's high in the denver area expected to be in the low seventies today's world autism day in some colorado lawmakers say the condition has reached epidemic proportions in our state later this month are expected to push a bill for more funding and research has never been a better time to be a person with autism there are support groups there are resources their employment opportunities that have never existed before autism society of colorado board chair catherine durant speaking with our partners at cbs four and she says that on profit helps connect people with resources that weren't available in the past check out this staggering stat colorado has seen a forty one thousand percent rise in autism since nineteen ninetytwo well and some sad news from hollywood legendary tv producer steven bochco has passed away the list of shows created or co created by steven bochco is rather unpleasant his first big hit was the police drama hillstreet blues which was nominated for ninety eight emmy awards during its run from nineteen eighty one to nineteen eightyseven followed that up with l a law followed by doogie howser then nypd blue in one thousand nine hundred three bochco himself would win ten emmy stirring his career his family says he died of cancer stephen bochco was seventy four jason nathanson abc news hollywood and abandoned chinese space station fell back to earth yesterday at ala most of it burned up in the atmosphere ten percent did manage to survive all over the south pacific expert brad tucker says it did leave quite a trail that we're still talking about hundreds of kilograms worth of debris landing in the ocean and landing on the earth over a thousand square kilometer patch some states like nebraska and michigan work concern piece of the station could fall on the us mainland none did you just heard a big sigh of relief from nebraska south dakota all those state they had their football helmets on koa newsradio time is eight thirty six you're uptodate on colorado's learn it's.
Steven Bochco, TV creator of "Hill Street Blues," "NYPD Blue," dead at 74
"Of short acting opioids for more than a seven day supply initial prescriptions for more than seven days of immediate release opioids we'll be automatically rejected at the pharmacy blue cross also says that it will require prior authorization before policyholders receive a first time prescription for extended release opioids investigators in california say an suv crash that killed a washington state couple in at least three of their children was intentional california highway patrol says the suv appears to have stopped and then accelerated before it plunged over a cliff along the pacific coast highway the family has a troubled past including investigations for abuse and neglect this man is the neighbor you know there's a lot of people online saying that they were beautiful people and at some time they may have been but that is not what we saw next door sarah and jennifer heart both thirty eight were confirmed dead after the crash three of the couple six adopted children are still missing republican senator lindsey graham of south carolina says he's glad john bolton will serve as president trump's national security advisor going into talks with north korea because of his very healthy skepticism graham says he had dinner with bolton a couple of nights ago in the former ambassador to the un expressed fears is that north korea is just buying time as it seeks to develop a nuclear armed missile graham says he would be skeptical about the terms and conditions of the summit but he does so if the president will meet with the north korean leader graham also warned trump not to remove troops from syria and the creator of some of tv's top shows of all time has died holistic shows created or co created by steven bochco is rather pleasant careful out his first big hit was the police drama hillstreet blues which was nominated for ninety eight emmy awards during its run from nineteen eighty one to nineteen eightyseven and followed that up with la law followed by doogie howser then nypd blue in nineteen ninetythree bochco himself would win ten emmys during his career his family says he died of cancer stephen bochco with seventy four jason nathanson abc.
"doogie howser" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"I had that perspective at the beginning of doogie howser and you work you can't looking stephen bochco was was the producer of that show and he had done hillstreet blues in la law and so he was doogie howser yeah he was a one out and and david kelly so it was to really kelly this is early on in both their careers he just has a big thing now what's the big thing now that little is the big little lies right yeah but for him and he did the other one with callisto flockhart what was that one ally mcbeal halley mcbeal this feels like a quiz show married michelle pfeiffer he did she still just gorgeous and great acting yup yup very good actor bochco said to me early on let's say he sat me down and said kit listen this is going to be like surfing that you have to you're going gonna catch this wave we hope that it's good that it lasts a long time the wave will crash and you will have to decide whether you want to swim back out and in doing so you're going to get nailed by other waves and have to right yourself and once you do you're going to sit out there for a while waiting for another good way to come and that was sort of his metaphor his metaphor i dug it and i still appreciate it so when i was stressful stressed about the doogie howser ness of it all i appreciate it at the same time that i just needed some time to pass between and that was during the newbie movie years the tv movie decade where i could do a tv movie a year and where i had enough though was they paid good money other.
Steven Bochco, creator of 'Hill Street Blues,' dies at 74
"Stephen bochco a producer whose boundary pushing series such as la law hillstreet blues and nypd blue has died he was seventy four bochco had been battling a rare form of leukemia for many years other tv shows on his resume include columbo murder one and doogie howser m d he also wrote two novels death by hollywood and truth is a total.
"doogie howser" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"I'm doing the math here right eighty nine yeah even seventeen years old when he wrote that wouldn't he maybe he graduated from high school early i dunno i graduated seventeen 'cause i was a genius now just some really no my mother actually my birthdays in september and she thought about holding me back you know because i was one of those september babies where the school starts and then i turned six you know for the first year and she didn't know me back she went and put me in and you know so i was one of the youngest in my class is what i'm saying so i graduated i started i started college at seventeen i'll just saying like doogie howser anyway this guy obviously disturbed but nobody seems to know it now although there were bad style entries provide a glimpse into the suspects views living criminals harm and murder then executed ones do not he wrote an a piece to support the death penalty in a commentary on a deal the government into releasing all kind of terrorists conduct was dead set against it i think it's just plain dumb to release a terrorist much less a senior one no matter what he can provide on the issue of gay marriage he wrote homosexuality is just not natural commenting on free abortions he wrote if a woman does not wanna baby or is incapable of taking care of one she should not participate in activities that may remain for that reason but in another posting suggested eliminating sex offender registries saying they punish people who had already served their time or were convicted of minor offenses you have to really hate the guy to make him suffer for the rest of his life he wrote so this is it sounded like some very thought out opinions on different things he took community college classes while he was being home schooled along well that'll be the next thing z home schoolers it turns them into murderers and look the the the kid was obviously disturbed when he officially graduated high school his mother wrote he's thinking of taking some time to figure out what he wants to do maybe a mission trip thanks to everyone for your sport over the years texas governor greg abbott so that authorities were still gathering more information on condit but he confirmed.