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"doug ellin" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:43 min | 8 months ago

"doug ellin" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

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"doug ellin" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

02:59 min | 8 months ago

"doug ellin" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"I'll give a shameless plug to also follow at victory the podcast and there's some live shows coming up for victory and you should check those out if you're in the east coast. At the end of 2021 and then 2022, I'm sure they'll be going everywhere. I also have a feeling that you were talking about these instincts we all have. You could create a hell of a reality show, I bet you. There's a reality show in our office over there. For sure, there's a scripted show. And I've thought about it, but I just same with your narrative understanding. You could figure out some circumstances and heat it up. Probably probably. It rallies a please talk to me before you do that because it's a whole thing. You understand it. I do love it. All I'm watching, though. Which was your favorite? I mean, it's embarrassing. I love this love island. Oh yeah. You know, I'm blanking on the name now, but Friends of mine Vanessa Lachey and Nick Lachey do it. Love is blind. Which is great. You know what I love though? It's not real. I guess it's reality. MasterChef I'm a two now. That's reality yeah. Yeah, I love it. Have you seen the scripted show unreal? Of course, yeah, I'm working with the creator on a new show actually. Because I think that is what happens behind the scenes. That is it. Yeah, constant simmer, who was on entourage. It's amazing on that. Forgot that you and I met her a couple of times. Sometimes I really embarrass myself. I don't know if you know them or if they're on TV. No, no, I do I didn't know her, but I ran up like I was a 12 year old girl. And I see it on their face every time. She is the greatest though. Once she figured out the best. And then she stopped and talked to me and she was delightful. She should get her on here. She's great. Yeah. Absolutely. She really is awesome. She's got a new show. I forget what it's called. She's amazing. She'll be a great guest. And what's the other one? The plays Rachel. And what? How did Unreal Engine three names? Shapiro created that show who's great. We're working on a show right now that she's going to write, which I'm trying to produce. So that's what we'll turn into billions and I'll hear about it on showtime later, but the thing about unreal is you can literally I'm sure she could for short name the person represented by those characters behind the scenes. For sure. Specific people that we all know. Absolutely. And my girlfriend knows some producers of the bachelor, which that's a whole other story, but I got sucked in the last three years like before the pandemic started. My girlfriend would bring all these attractive women over to watch the bachelor and it was a great night. Every Monday because I barely leave the house. And now there's a pandemic and I still have to fucking watch the bachelor, but it's just us now, so that kind of hysterical. What's your name? Sherry fritos. Oh yeah, she's awesome. She's awesome too. Cherry Applebee did the drunk history that I did. I was very honored that she did the one of the dark histories as well. Nice. All right, so Doug, thank you so much. Thank you. Hollywood ways, victory, the podcast, I think you've wedded my audience's appetite and they'll be finding you there at MR Doug Ellen on Twitter and most importantly Instagram where I'm following you now. And I don't know how to use Instagram messaging..

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"doug ellin" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

04:59 min | 8 months ago

"doug ellin" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"But I was aware for me, I couldn't have done things. I was too into my medical stuff. I couldn't risk anything else. And that helped me take risks and to be open to the idea that maybe I would like doing that or maybe that would be a good thing to do. Then synthesizing these things. Yeah. I have a feeling you're doing more of that than you realize. I probably am. I mean, my issue is not. I've never been a fear based person, except I guess, yes. Again, I can't tell you where they came from. But your brain as far as no, I know that, but as far as I can feel I've never been a fear based person. I've been more of an angry person. Well, that could create anger and fear go together. So yeah. You know, I have a lot of hatred for a lot of people. So that's what I work on. Nice. While still being a lover of humanity or attempting to. I just I hate a lot of people. If you don't mind, is that people that are close to you or people that you have to interact with in a business setting or looking TV and looking at the politicians? For sure, you know, I mean, I mean, I don't know if we're going there. Politicians so much. And it's not even right or left. I fucking hate them all. And it's a good note. And I think the whole system is just completely flawed that now you can be some schmuck who does nothing with your life and all of a sudden you're on TV every day and making policies. Anyway, that's all a thing. But I don't know. I don't hate the people on TV. I like watching TV. I like watching great movies. I like watching great TV. I like fucking reality shows. But just the real life people that I deal with a lot of the times, the things that I see them do, I find like they revolt me. Just disgust me. On a level. Gary knows Gary deals with me all the time. Give me an example here. Doug's, my read on Doug is that he puts an emphasis on fairness and people just being good people. And when you're not, then Doug is very quick to write you off and put you in a box and he maybe won't confront you about it, but he's going to keep that in his mind and that will be there any time he hears your name or interacts with you in the future. I gotta tell you, that is unbelievable how he just summed that up because I think that is my I have a system of my head of what I think is right and what is wrong. I think I'd be a great dictator because I think I could really determine. I think Gary knows I'm a fair good person, but when other people treat other people poorly, or disrespect other people's times and their friends, okay. It bothers me. I get that. I get that. And is that because you've had to be a subject of all that? And you know, you're going to rescue. You know, I don't know what it is. 'cause I don't want to be that person. I want to be like everybody else because there's so many just take them for what they are. They're a fucking criminal. They had a Ponzi scheme. They stole money from people. I don't know, but I do not accept people for what they are. I think they should change. I get that. And you just want them out of your life or do you want justice in some sense? I would love if I could. I'd cosmic justice, I guess is what I want. But I'm quick to look, I'm quick to cut off people. I do forget. So people are able to resurrect themselves. Yeah, I actually had a great forgiveness yesterday and this isn't like that anger, but Gary was there, but you know, Eli Manning was supposed to be on entourage. You know, he called me up after the Giants won the Super Bowl and said he wanted to be on the show. And I said, you're on the show and I wrote a script and then he vanished. He ghosted me the response to calls and we ended up getting Tom Brady. So good for you. That's a little just so revenge. But Giants fan. I grew up loving the giant. So this is affected ten years of my life. I watched giant games when Eli Manning and I'm like, I kind of am rooting against them. But anyway, yesterday we got to get Eli Manning together. All you got to do is say, oh, I'm sorry, man. That was it. So I do forgive easily. Explain. Yeah, but it was bullshit, I mean. It's total bullshit. It was bullshit. He actually said, I was practiced in all of a sudden it was three days. I said, well, Tom Brady was able to do it and he won 5 super bowls since that appearance, so, you know, but anyway, I love Eli and I do forgive easily. That is true. I get angry easily, and I forgive me. That's good. Bad relationship. The reason Gary knows all the stuff you've got the best producer and podcasting. Gary is also Gary's also. Well, Doug, this is been fun, really. I enjoy talking to you and it's funny we have we share a common biological heritage in panic. Sucks. It's good and when you're young to it. What's happens 18 to 22 is when it happens. Our brands are so wired up that that shit just the circuits open up and then that's it. But you can follow Doug on Twitter at mister. I'm going to go follow you right now on Twitter. In fact, thank you. I barely used Twitter, but Instagram and check out the podcast. What's the Instagram? I think it's mister Doug Ellen as well. You use that more? Yes. I'm old. I don't know. You got to pick your poison. I know. Hold on. I'm doing it right now. MR Doug ellin. And that was because someone took my name. This is like a wall following..

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"doug ellin" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:36 min | 8 months ago

"doug ellin" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

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"doug ellin" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

03:56 min | 8 months ago

"doug ellin" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Some people say, the difference between people and the ones that have had panic attacks, the ones that haven't. Right. Because it's a hole you fall in. You got to imagine me drop middle of the ocean and have difficulty swimming. Yeah, that's what it feels like. And I've told friends because I've had other friends who've had it and the unsympathetic nature of other people. I'm like, can you hey man, I went running down to the medical services at my college and physician, looked at me like, what's wrong? What do you think walks in the Woods? I'm like, if that would take care of it. I've tried that. I'm trying everything. That's so crazy, though, but I've told my friends I'm like, just imagine they had cancer and they're throwing up in the street from chemotherapy. Would you yell at them? 'cause I have friends who are like, I mean, when I was having mine, they would be like, you're a pussy. What's the matter with you? Is mister croll an interview Doug at any point? You don't want a few months ago. Okay, so Carol, I had a panic attack on you like this. I'd had panic tech and years and years and years. I was in therapy for a long time we'll talk more about therapy too. But we were interviewing Jon Favreau. And a psychotic patient came on the air, and it was a very delicate, dangerous situation. Psychiatrically, in favreau goes, don't you listen to anybody? Don't take those medication. I was like, no, you stop it. Don't this could be a deadly situation. And we kind of got each other's face a little bit. And I liked you were right too though. But it really back then particularly I was I thought what I was doing was so important medically. And so but you know what it is. It was important. I didn't need to be quite so personally taken by it. I needed to confront him and get the thing right. And so it ended was your cans, whatever. And then we go on to do another show and we're like three minutes into the show and all of a sudden I have a full panic I'm sorry, we have to stop. So you know how you get frozen. You can't do anything. You just can't thank you. You can't do anything in the world. You see the world through a tunnel and everything. It's all that shit. And I just need ten minutes. And I go in the I go in my dressing room and crowell comes in and goes, what's wrong with you? I think panettone. Get the fuck back out there. I will take care of everything. If we have to be here 5 more minutes longer because of you I'm gonna kick your ass. And I went on and did it. It helped me to go out and do it, even though it was very uncomfortable. Do you know I had one on Charlie rose? Oh, no kidding. I was talking. He asked me a question. And then all of a sudden, I was like, what did he ask me and my father was outside the glass and it was all black and all of a sudden I was like, where am I? What am I doing? What did you do? I don't even know. And I've never watched it because I was so scared too. I had that happen once. It was like 6 in the morning, three in the morning, my time, I was on Today Show Matt Lauer was interviewing me. And I started to go down that poll you go into. I know exactly what you're talking about. We've just going to what did he say? What am I going to say? What am I saying? What's going on? Second guessing everything in your frozen. And lower leaned into me like, are you okay? And I thought, oh my God, I gotta get my shit together. I just did it. And it's scary though, you know? It really is. Literally is, that's the whole biology is fear. So back to therapy. Do you think that we're talking now about you being in a place of life where you've synthesized all these different things you've done? Did therapy help you do that? You know what, I never want to dismiss therapy because I actually love my therapist. But I don't know, because that's actually a good answer. 'cause you shouldn't, because it should operate on a level that's tectonic. Yeah. You know what I mean? You can't really tell. Yeah, I mean, I am a lot of times in life. It's day to day happiness based on situations. And that's kind of how I usually talk to my therapist. I'm like, it's situational. I don't have depression or anxiety, but when things happen, so I guess, I don't know, therapy is a good way. I like to talk. So podcasts, that's what I did. I talked to my therapist. But it's like having somebody in your corner when you're a fighter, you gotta go back to the corner and think about things to talk about things. Then you go out and fight. Yeah..

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"doug ellin" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

07:30 min | 8 months ago

"doug ellin" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Comedy is legitimately the most anxiety inducing thing in the entertainment industry. Period end of story, I don't care what anyone says. You are on a stage where they know your purpose is to make them laugh, not to enlighten them not to give them advice. You have one purpose. And the audience is looking at you like, okay, let's see what you got. So you have to keep your buy yourself. Yeah. You're in front of a microphone. There's a spotlight on you. The audience is darker. It is intense. And I literally don't understand how Tom Segura does stadiums. How do you do that? It's like. So for these live podcasts, it's a totally different vibe. I got two other guys with me. I feel much better telling stories than telling jokes. But isn't that the synthesis of your craft? Yeah. You're telling stories in the setting of kind of comedy, but you're also in an interaction with people and you can I've noticed that when you're doing a live podcast, you can really just focus on what you're doing here in the podcast. Yeah. You can pretend you're in your studio. Yeah. It's cool. It's nice to have a little feedback and laugh. I've only got them once, so I don't want to say like I know what you're about to do. Four more times. And we have bigger rooms, which will be more anxiety inducing. But, you know, it's fun and stand up to me. I would go, I would be at the improv. I did okay. Mike Deluca gave me money because I think he thought I was funny, but I was drinking and I'm not like I was an alcoholic, but the owner of the improv is like, you can't keep drinking. You're gonna kill yourself. I was 21 years old, and I'm like, I would need drinks that just stand up there in front of these. It's so interesting though that it gives you the reduces your anxiety sufficiently that you can stand up there in front of strangers, but it makes your job harder. Yeah. So crazy. I can't wake up in the morning to work. Forget that. How about just thinking out there in full speed? I mean, I guess we were 21. I was a little better, but it's not the right way to go. And then advice for people quickly get rid of the fucking alcohol as quick as you can in your life. There's no one that I find that it actually helps them. All right, so I'm going to put that on my little list. Hoping to remind me make a list. No, I'm sure it's going to be a book one day. These great tips. Well, that kind of feel like there's a lot of people flying around with dreams and ideas. Millennials don't know what they want to do. And I have millennial kids and stuff, and I'm just thinking about them. They know what they want to do. They want to be famous. And that's the real problem now. I think nobody wants to really grind and work and they don't want to grind and work. They want to do something. I'm not sure the same thing morphed into, I want to make a difference. Which is a very positive, yeah, it's a very positive kind of a thing, but they want to make a huge difference. It would change the world. Yeah, not everyone gets to do that. And so you have to really focus on that's again back to practicing medicine. But the real gratification comes from helping a person. Having something to offer to help a person. Humans love that. And so the millennials think they love changing all climate and stuff. Yeah, good idea, but that doesn't fuel you the way you just helping a person does. Do you have regrets? To I regret, yeah, of course. I mean, I'm a thing to be learned from that. Yeah, I mean, I'm not sure whether therapy helps. But I should have been in it earlier, you know? I mean, I'm a serial procrastinator. No one's ever formulated. Therapy is good. I should have done it earlier. That's true of all of us. A 100%. That's not a human they couldn't say that. You know, there's so much time that I've wasted over the years and in finding what you really want to do. And, you know, there were years where I was just like, God, I just don't want to write anymore and it's paying the bills and it's making me go and you just keep going down that train and you're chasing something that isn't ultimately making you happy, which is to me is the really the key to life. So let me ask a couple of questions. You're not answering if I'm getting too no no, go deep. How long have you been in therapy? How fucking years. I mean, you know, we talked about this on my podcast, but I had when I was 22. Yeah. I came out here. I was not an anxious person. I was not a Woody Allen, neurotic. And I was jogging in Beverly boulevard with my roommate. I thought I was having a but the difference is in 1991, besides, again, Woody Allen movies. Nobody knew what a panic attack was. I went to the emergency room in the hospital. And they're like, there's nothing wrong with you. They didn't say, oh, maybe you're having an anxiety attack. Right. So you have a condition like we can help you with, which is what they should have said. And I legitimately had four months of my life where I thought I was going insane. Every time I left the house, I was hyperventilating, which I didn't know I was hyperventilating. I ended up at the emergency room three 5s at this culminated in the story where I'm driving down the street on Beverly boulevard again. I guess that's like the bane of my existence. And I'm driving and I am like so nervous to leave my house at all times because I don't know what's happening. My roommates are making fun of me, all they're doing is handing me pot all the time. They're like, just smoke this. That may have been that triggers panic and some people. So anyway, I think that may have happened to me. Did you have panic attacks? Full on. And I was 19. Oh wow. And I did the exact same experience you had. I was mishandled profoundly. And what made me interest in mental health and stuff and also treating adolescents because they need my care was atrocious. And I suffered for 18 months because of it. I mean, I was every day, but that's what I'm driving down the street and all of a sudden like a metal wire, like wraps around my tires and smashes my windshield and shatters it, okay? And all these oh my God. Like DWP guys come running at my car. My little curse on this show. They're like, what the fuck are you doing? What the fuck are you doing? And I'm like, my New York attitude comes out. I'm like, what the fuck am I doing? What the fuck are you doing? All of a sudden the next thing I know, I'm hyperventilating, and I'm like, guys, I think I'm having a heart attack. And I ran to a pay phone, and I called my fucking mother. And I'm like, I'm literally crying. And I'm like, I'm fucking dying. And everybody is telling me there's nothing wrong with me until which is so sick. Rob Weiss who worked on entourage with me. He called me up and I knew this story from my childhood that my friend ran into rob Weiss in a hospital where rob Weiss was yelling, get me a fucking doctor, whatever. I never heard of details. I didn't know what happened. But so rob, I tell him he's like, how you doing? And I'm like, how am I doing? Days away from being in a mental institution. Which is funny how you kind of know it's psychiatric, you know, you have a little kind of like this. I know something's in my brain. You know what I knew it was, but you feel like yeah, yeah, yeah. And so rob told me, which was crazy. He said, but you haven't fucking anxiety text. There's a book, and I remember because I did a short film with schwimmer again. It was like how to stop anxiety attacks or something. And the book would tell me everything I had. If you're like, it felt like there's a vice on your head, like page 53, vice on head. And what I did was I was going to these shrinks who wanted to talk about what my parents did to me or this and that. And I was like, I honestly I had a good childhood. I mean, my mother was a little controlling, but I had a good child. But I went to a behaviorist at UCLA and she said you're over breathing, which I can it's sick that I can feel that I'm doing it now because I'm thinking about it. But she retrained my breathing and knock on wood. I've had anxiety plenty, but I've never had what that four months was like. It was torture..

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"doug ellin" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

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01:54 min | 8 months ago

"doug ellin" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

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"doug ellin" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

05:21 min | 8 months ago

"doug ellin" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Younger than me, so she was going back to college. So I ended up like her parents let me stay in their house for like two months. So she's from out here. She's right here. So you stayed with the parents wear. This was in Beverly Hills. It was like The O.C.. I was the beautiful dream house. They were amazing to me. Which was the only people who were amazing to me. So I knew nobody else, but I went to a temp agency. I got a job at New Line Cinema. And I started doing amateur stand up nights and the ice house, the improv. Comedy store. Everybody here. Everywhere. Yeah, and I decided I wanted to write and direct, which I had never been on a set before. I wrote a short, what was your comedy? Observational. You know, I was you know, a lot of comedians, you kind of pick a comedian that you love. Yeah, you kind of like you don't take their jokes, but you take their whole manner. So I was like very into Jerry Seinfeld. That is Miller. So I kind of was doing bad impressions of them. At some point. You're not new line, and you have this. How did that idea come to you about directing it? So I went to night school at UCLA. Screenwriting class. I mean, it's not even film school. You paid 300 bucks without anyone in it. And the first day they said to everybody, pitch a movie idea. And the movie ideas was so terrible that I started writing imaginary versions of pitches. And then I made that short film, which I went into new line. I handed out flyers to everybody there and I said I need to raise money for this short film and Mike Deluca who's now an Oscar winner was a VP at the time, came and saw me and gave me 10,000 bucks. That was the film. The film's called the pitch and pre Friends, David Schwimmer, Ernie Hudson, Johnny silverman, all people I met at softball games or wherever. And we sold it to showtime. I got into AFI, and here I am 20 years old. I'm wondering young people listening. Is there a lesson? Is there a way to construct what you did? 100% narrative so people can benefit from it and learn from it. Absolutely. And now today given the technology given the Internet. That short film took over a year with film strips all over my apartment and me begging editors to come help me out. I could do the same thing on an iPhone in two hours. Wow. So I think the lesson is and I tell every young person is go out and go do something content. Go make stuff, whether you're working at the restaurant at night, wake up in the morning and do something. So make content that's number one. I feel like there's about three or four different lessons in your story. What was the second one to you? Well, you know, two amateur stand up nights and it's funny. I'm not sure what could learn from. You know, I think it is, it's making connections with people. That's what I hear. It's just network. And put yourself out there. Think of what you said. You went to a temporary agency. You worked in new lines. You said, flyer that to the people in New York. You were in softball games. You were meeting people at stand up. So it's really put yourself out. Absolutely. It's really important. And those breaks, I couldn't have done that film without Mike Deluca giving me that money. So, well, that's okay. So there's actually a subcategory which is like what did blanche dose have to rely on the kindness of strangers? Yeah. This was real kindness. Kindness of strangers is important. And I remember he said it, he goes, I'm either going to get myself a new motorcycle or I'm going to give you this money. And I was looking at him like, all right, well, I guess you have to decide, but it was probably alive today because he didn't get that motorcycle. You know what? Hopefully, but he's a great guy and he's done incredible things since then, but I'm betting there's another corollary on the kind of dream because I'm betting you did something next. You haven't told me I've been you built off those relationships. Yeah, well, I mean, you know, the second I met David Schwimmer, I knew he was going to be a star before friends and you know, we made a couple other short films together. We rode a couple of scripts together and then he ultimately did feature I did. So all of you see, how did you know that? They tried to bottle that a little bit because that's your that's your great intuition, right? You know what? There's some people, I mean, David actually, someone introduced me to him. He walked into my apartment and auditioned for this short film and I swear to you, he said one line, and I told everyone I knew this guy was going to be the biggest star in the world. Now, my wife has that talent, because she sees that in people. I don't know what that is. I have no idea. Should we were watching in living color? We were watch that religiously. And about halfway through the first season, she goes, that white guys got huge star. And I go, they have goofing. Why? Why that guy? She's not a good eye. I said, you no way. She goes, oh no, no, I'm just telling you. I was like, what the, what are you talking about? Yeah. Well, she's got a good eye. What is that? I'm not even saying I'm one of these. Jim Carrey, we're talking about this. Yes, we are. But you know, look, there's people in the music business. They hear a song and they have to hit. I'm not even saying I'm this guy, but I have several times found people who first jobs and they've gone on to work forever. And I knew it. It's just there's an intangible that you see that let's try to bottle that one. We got enough time here. Is it drive? Is it raw talent? That's raw talent. And so is it sort of charisma or do you have a feeling when you see them?.

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"doug ellin" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

04:30 min | 8 months ago

"doug ellin" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Get everything. You know? I mean, obviously, the audience wants to talk to Kevin Dylan and Kevin Colleen more than they want to talk to me. But we get all sorts of questions. And it was actually pretty surreal at the improv because the people knew the podcast as much as they knew entourage. So they were really following the stories. You know, different things happen. We had Conor McGregor's coach come on victory the podcast and Kevin Connolly had a chair from the fight. He asked him if he could go get it signed by Conor McGregor. He said, no problem. And the chair disappeared. And now it's been like this two month thing where college try to track this chair across the world and Conor McGregor is not responding to hysterical. That's so funny. And you're from where'd you grow up? Long Island. Park. Long Island. Merrick. Yep. Who do you know? I know I'm just thinking, isn't that get into the sort of Rosalind heights and that kind of area? That's a little wealthier than Merrick Marriott. I mean, it's sort of culturally. Yeah. It's a lot of Jews, a lot of Italians, a lot of Irish. That's what I was thinking. It's an ethnic area. You know, and a lot of I mean, my neighborhood was kind of Goodfellas, you know? The Jewish Dennis next to the mobs there and we had a fun childhood there. Were there tensions because that because earlier, I mean, a lot of those groups moved out there because there were tensions in the upper west side. Yeah. I mean, you know, a lot of Howard beach, a lot of mobsters from how each move to marriage. But to be honest with you, when I was leaving elementary school, I heard that, oh, it changes in junior high school. I mean, and there were some situations. I mean, I grew up with kids in jail for 5 murders. I have a bunch of a bunch of people who are dead that I went to high school with, but for the most part, we actually, we actually all got along. It wasn't like west side story. Right. And so you came out here. How old were you then? I graduated tulane in 1990. The day I graduated I came here and did you, what were you thinking? I was thinking I was fucked. No, no, not what you got here before you came. What was your story? Well, I was here for coming. Supposed to go to law school and just my father's a lawyer. My brother's a lawyer, and it just every day was something else. So what happened was I was in New Orleans at tulane and we were a couple of my friends. We were watching stand up comedy and I'm a critical guide. And I was like, this guy sucks. And my friend signed me up for an amateur stand up comedy. If you don't mind who are you watching? Do you remember? It wasn't anyone. It was just someone horrible. But I went to God after that. But so my friend signed me up and I did an amateur comedy night and I was like, you know what, this is what I've always wanted to do is stand up. Well, stand up. I wanted to be without any of the bad accusations. I want to be Woody Allen. I want to be Albert Brooks when I was growing up. I wanted to make movies, Jerry Seinfeld, I wanted to act in them. I wanted to write them, I wanted to direct them. Had no idea didn't know a single person in Hollywood, and were you writing stuff? No, I just had a dream about it. Yeah, I just had dreams, lazy dreams, some of procrastinators, even now, I still do the same thing and not right. But I told my parents, I'm not going to law school and I'm moving to LA and that go. Not well. I mean, not well. And my parents kind of said, you know, they would help me out for about 6 months and then it was on my own, which was nice of them to do that. But I got into the American film industry. I made a short film and got into AFI and so it's a whole lot. So your plan was okay, I'll do something. I'll do some more training out in LA. I'll go to the AFI. Or did that just accidentally happen? Well, what happened was I was working in the mailroom at New Line Cinema. Now you're out here. So let's break back up to do pack your car up in New Orleans and come with a friend. Home to New York for two days and then I got on a plane and I came out here. I actually the only person I knew was my wife to be who I met on the phone while I was a two lane. So I came and I stayed with her parents. You know what, I saw her picture in some other girls dorm room and I said I'm moving to LA and I want to meet her and I wow. That's ballsy. We talked for about three months before I went to LA and then I went there and she was actually a younger than me, so she was going back to college. So I ended up like her parents let me stay in their house for like two months. So she's from out here. She's right here. So you stayed with the parents wear. This was in Beverly Hills. It was like The O.C.. I was the beautiful dream house. They were amazing to me. Which was the only people who were.

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"doug ellin" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:32 min | 10 months ago

"doug ellin" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"All american dog ellen. I created a small hit show. You may have heard of it called entre. Actually doug is kind of a big deal. We want you to check out. Our new podcast called hollywood way each week. Were pulling back the curtain on hollywood. Vip access to what's really going on down here. We're gonna tell you where to eat what to see who to me. In between the two of us we definitely seen it all. And we'd be off breezy. We're gonna to watch favorite movies of all time from airplane to soul plane. Maybe i can't wait to hear what you think. And our friends. Business writers directors restaurant towards actors and. I'm super super excited. I have so must learn and how doug's been here forever if it's so sad 'cause i am all i made a movie called fat beat in nineteen ninety six for one hundred thousand dollars. That is definitely one of my favorite movies. And i don't care what doug says long beach i appreciate out. Our new podcast. Hollywood ways with doug ellin breezy coming soon to podcast platforms tavern as he go inside the toolbox reflecting the new york city homecoming concert last month. The one that got shut down during barry. Manilow said because of a possible lightning strike. You probably own the remember. Colbert doing the cha-cha with chuck schumer. But yeah they pulled manilow off the stage and ended the show. Listen if you're in a rock show get struck by lightning. That's just bon. Scott's ghost blessing you with the rock. Accept it and move on the toolbox. The name whistle eighth floor from from corolla. One studios glendale california. This is the adam corolla show with tina grad on news. Well brian on soundtracks sunny. Corolla gives us his. Nfl picks and we'll play the rotten tomatoes game. and now the white faso's flack supremacy adam. Corolla yeah get it got to get it on a trip and get a mandate you get an index found friend and love that about g right. Gina 'grats right pinball ryan cool. Oh young sonny's gonna come in. I think he'll play the rotten tomatoes game with us too because he loves himself some movies. So we'll see how he fares in.

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"doug ellin" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"doug ellin" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Number today with your own eyes but I did I this film very big out of the I mean you know its it's amazing seeing them in Brooklyn now marked the first concert I ever went to was at Nassau Coliseum to Joel I in fact I'll be honest with you I will I'm always shoot everybody straight here kind of wish was Billy Joel who's now as you know the official singers Madison Square Garden you know it was Chicago good show of that well I mean it was the of the it was the of the hard habit to break along with a slow song that's a weird the first because it isn't a comedian opened up my god bless my late dad drove drove our **** all the way out he drove around for like three hours not picked up drums bass zero cell phones like this is back when we call in sports phone to find out the scores and added to the kids names like taking over also you were very sandwich chain's my parents would never let me do the stuff that goes on no man while Doug Ellin here on the rich Eisen show okay so that your next and now run some and expand on that produced a documentary on the sixty nine to seventy two next you know I I I don't want to put you in a difficult position because I'm very very critical of the owner very very and I put one in I hate his guts so you know okay can you not I mean it's it's horrible to see this and and when you think you know that the Knicks are now this destination it know it'll go to when they have the money it's mind boggling I mean you know I you know Baron Davis is a friend of mine and when one parent they had a minute with varying came into the garden all of a sudden you felt the whole NBA to me feels better when the Knicks are good and to see that no one will even go there now is it's tragic it's just as this is the best place in the world and you know it's where I grew up it's where I song you know Bernard king do is staying in a bird or King jurors in the pilots as Bernard king was my idol I worked fine I turnaround jump shot every day in my oh my god as a baseline quite quite Bernards when you know I went back to back fifty points in Texas so and then there was the pistons playoff series where I say in him basically played one on one the I forgot what the total number was twenty four points in a row but Bernard was the guy what a shame that his knee blew up terrible yeah I know obviously that did lead to Patrick Ewing willing in that position the next to go get help or have them have some whatever exactly but I mean they played I think just a handful of games together yeah Ewing and Bernard king would have been unbelievable legal pad Bernard is so underrated as you know really what a great offense of players of all time of all time there's no doubt about it I flew that that that's where I I I I still along with basketball phone over the next just even to this day I haven't been to the garden in years and and I again I'm not making too big of a deal of it but I have been so critical of this guy Dolan bag we we we have a Dolan warm all there that I can anytime I mention in my just devolve into anything even like again the NFL draft is coming to Vegas or and it's going to be amazing and I see the reason why year and then last year in Nashville in the year before in Philadelphia and it looks amazing in the person you have to thank for that is James Dolan because the alien in the NFL out of out of Radio City Music Hall I mean and I will bring a blue the Kevin Durant's not there I was I was a hundred percent you're not alone because of doll and thought it was going to happen and not to make fun but it's like that anyway the one of the nets over the New York Knicks I mean it's just as the day I mean no it does it does for certain generation but the Barclays center is a beautiful spot Brooklyn is just across it is that right Brooklyn is a great place but you still would think you want to put on that New York Knicks Jersey let the Lakers you would think you want to be in that you want to win a championship for them but obviously not drive I guess does does Yanis feel that way because that's the that's the No Way yeah so either I don't know that we were talking today about Kenny Smith coming in as the the GM I mean they bring mark Jackson Kenny Smith maybe things could change I don't mean for us just because we remember that out my gosh so night now good to see if they come right absolutely absolutely out Mr Doug Ellin on both Twitter and Instagram yeah because I I get whatever we have Jerry on and on I I don't wanna put him in a tough spot talking about the next in being critical and stuff like that but now well he gets a good seat so he I just I I don't hello he does get the good seats thanks for coming on thank really project back on any time that Mr Doug going on both Twitter and Instagram eight four four two oh four which is the number to dial when we come back we see if there's at that I think the speeches of just begun their looks like who I don't know who this individual is that miss Holt is that's up at the microphone yeah the the the voice of the cancer the chief he does not look like Andy Reid about that I okay that's coming up next on the.

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"doug ellin" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"doug ellin" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Welcome back to the rich Eisen show phone chat with JJ watt right there on a term ironic I've known for for a while but I haven't seen in quite some time and when you're you're his name started popping up on our Instagram feed were like let's get him in just reconnected these he is creator writer producer of the great hit series entourage she is Doug Ellin good to see you Sir thanks for he got a brother so let's get right into this how how did how did entourage come to be that's that was really Walberg story in a way I how did you get it is the his manager was my manager Steve lives are with college with the rain came to me said we want to do a show about a movie star as friends right I hate the idea I did have but I thought Saturday deal is and then Steve Levinson said to me is like you'll figure it out and I went home I don't really have a job anyway so I started thinking about it and figured out so what did you like about the idea to begin with I you know I'm I don't live that kind of like sick a fanfic lifestyle of living of somebody else so I just didn't really see it and what I what I took calls myself is figure out how to make it a family and give everybody some type of purpose in writing a driver the system whatever so right and so when did Walberg come in with you there was always him to begin I was in the beginning it was mark and Steve they came to me so I would there really wasn't much of anything else to go on just like we want to show about a movie star as friends right and we started looking for a mark guy which was impossible to find and ultimately it started shifting and I switched it to New York and started you know modeling a little bit on my friends you're also so okay and so on one is the first time you met Walberg when was that well I knew mark for years before the okay some ways the first time you met her I think the first time that I'm actually I had dinner with some at a place called Georgia somebody a friend of my was Informatik talents of these two young up and coming stars right somehow at the dinner with mark and Leonardo di Caprio when I was like twenty one and you know I I have no idea how that even dinner I wonder what happened after that I went home.

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"doug ellin" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"doug ellin" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"I told myself when I booked it I was like listen I'm gonna do a right I'm gonna I'm gonna do everything I'm gonna let it loose I'm gonna do the after party in which I have not stayed up until I think we got back to my hotel room at five thirty AM yeah I have not stayed up that late in the long long time well well well worth it as you know like you said you've been to one is sure the first one you have the stories that are going around it's just it's a blast and then there's others who were in I guess part of the broadcast show up to anybody you got any names that people it just showed up and hung out not a big name dropper insert mean I already dropped your name to get to kick us yes on your wall gun JJ that's that's next level right there I appreciate that which is what I don't just want to get in the behind the velvet ropes with the judge and it's all you know just trying to get that I mean yeah but you gotta get behind us over to get a little general good and then did you I guess recuperating time to watch the Superbowl did you take that game and JJ so I I flew back to Houston on Sunday so I was flying during pretty much the first half so I got back to my house sometime in the second half when I called I called the ending of the cult fourth quarter so I got to see that so what do you think of the narrative that the Niners you to run more or what I guess you're you're probably hearing all the all the the second guessing of it what it what did you think of the ending and and somebody who's been on if if you will the the wrong end of a of a of a home is run or in a way knowing what how and Evan flow of the game just works out the way it just works out I wonder what your two cents on the subject are I mean I I have always had the issue of you know as rapidly as you play eggz the search it is so we need to say what you should've done or even when you're sitting at home watching game as a part of what you should do in this situation our team should play a the service is nobody's out there unless you unless you're a former coach her former player who's been in that situation in that environment with that level of pressure on you and everything I don't think anybody can sit here and say what you would have done what you wanted done or how you should play them I'm sure they're doing that now has as they said now couple days later I mean just like we do with our hammocks a few weeks ago you know you sit there next couple days you look at what should we have done different how could we have done what sure and even then you don't have the answers I mean yeah should they have not given up points and should be in school absolutely but I mean it's much I wish you broke down like that you know and then the last one for you thought are you an honors night when I saw class camel get up there the big man he's going to have that patch on his chest now like you have Walter Payton man of the year what's going on with you when you are your works down there in Houston that we can know about get involved and all that good stuff we got first one is a graphical is sort of a Texan man nine he is truly deserve is or the great cosmic game and I love the way you play is all I was added to your love scene and every time whether it's the Aussies are after the game is as such a big smile and he's just such a great human being and a great guy some very excited and honored to welcome it's up to turn to because he truly does deserve it with me the foundation is still chugging along I believe in last month you know we just we give people updates as we go on on our Twitter page on how were distributing the morning I think in the month of January donated like a hundred and twenty five thousand dollars to schools throughout the country and we just keep going quarter by quarter in trying to help as many kids we came across country he's a man JJ Bappi five died when I reached out to you when I heard you got us and now I mean that is a that's is that I mean that's the pentacle brother I mean that is when your your sports star and you're an athlete and you want to just have some fun and SNL reaches out to you that's that's it I mean that's amazing and your crush to sell congrats thank you thank you my friend I appreciate you have me on because of a wonderful day okay so I can put this my going now can I just put it back what is and yeah until next time I need a big kick or local you gotta JJ it'll be right here right here it'll be right now and in the old mothballs hopefully for a long time take yourself to it our friend got right back at you that's J. J. watt defensive and Houston Texans that's awesome I can only imagine imagine what is back there like around eleven forty five PM you just started and it's going to it probably goes so fast right it also lets over also it's one o'clock and then you go to that post game and then just well that's fine in the morning he actually some mikes Mikey spot downtown here we go I've been a one of those that went away and then we set that up when I went I was kind enough to be invited by the famed agent James baby doll Dixon today on Stewart's night when he hosted and I saw and I watched it and then I went to the post game and it was amazing I'll never get it JJ did name drop your name drop of fear all on well I mean like Chris rock I mean a lot of the members of their alarm base will show up just hang out sometimes you'll see them like in front of the camera at the end of the show and it like that they weren't on the show they wanna SNL right so I'm not afraid to name jobs you know no I am for instance Doug Allen is standing right over here and I'm I well but there is good to see a Doug Ellin how are you Sir I'm good I was the name I'm well you are that Sir and the creator writer producer of entourage back in the day it's been awhile since I've seen you he's gonna be joining us next to have some fun talking sports and stroll down memory lane that's next on the vision of rich Eisen show the rich I download podcast at.

"doug ellin" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"doug ellin" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"Welcome back to the rich Eisen show phone chat with JJ watt right there on a term ironic I've known for for a while but I haven't seen in quite some time and when you're you're his name started popping up on our Instagram feed were like let's get him in just reconnected these these creator writer producer of the great hit series entourage she is Doug Ellin good to see you Sir thanks for he got a brother so let's get right into this how how did how did entourage come to be that's that was really Walberg story in a way I how did you get based his manager was my manager Steve loves our with college with the rain came to me said we want to do a show about a movie star as friends right I hate the idea I did hi but I thought it sounded ridiculous and then Steve Levinson said to me is like you'll figure it out and I went home I don't really have a job anyway so I started thinking about it and figured out so what did you like about the idea to begin with I you know I'm I don't live that kind of like sick a fanfic lifestyle of living of somebody else so I just didn't really see it and what I what I took home to myself is figure out how to make it a family and give everybody some type of purpose in writing a driver the system whatever so right and so when did Walberg coming was you there was always him to begin I was in the beginning it was mark and Steve they came to me so I would there really wasn't much of anything else to go on just like we were there show about a movie star as friends right and we started looking for a mark guy which was impossible to find and ultimately it started shifting and I switched it to New York and started in a modeling a little bit on my friends your also so okay and so on one is the first time you met Walberg when was that well I knew mark for years before the okay some ways the first time you met him I think the first time that I'm actually I had dinner with some at a place called Georgia somebody a friend of my was Informatik talents of these two young up and coming stars right somehow at the dinner with mark and Leonardo di Caprio when I was twenty one and you know I I have no idea how that even but is dinner I wonder what happened after dinner I went home.

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"doug ellin" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

09:59 min | 2 years ago

"doug ellin" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"It's all chip limited time. Only please be the forever. Put It on the poll. Guillermo did you know Oh that grouper could live past fifty. Tony Kahn is in with us. Here go heads to Tony. Kahn is with us. Giving us the straight talk brought to you by straight talk wireless everything only at Walmart. So he's got three different jobs In sports actually have more than that. Do you proud of you. So you have more then Running a e w wrestling and running Fulham and being Jacksonville jags analytics department. Yeah Also I own and operate operate through media which works pretty closely with ESPN Tra media is one of the largest sports analytics engineering firms And we provide nineteen of the Thirty Major League Baseball clubs with Software support engineering services that they use for their analytics decision making throughout like baseball operations and and You Know Scouting Outing and coaching and and all the different things you do and then With ESPN WE provide The worldwide leader with Baseball football soccer solidity services. Also which of your jobs takes the most time It's it every day. It kinda changes like Tuesdays and Wednesdays eight abuse who is incredibly time consuming all consuming Especially on Wednesdays. How many pay per view done now? We've done three domestic pay per views and to new streaming shows that we gave everybody for free domestically that we're actually pay per view internationally so thirty five international three demand. How many total television shows have you done? Fifteen fifty Qatari fourteenth fifteenth is going to be this week. Okay so you okay so this is this is just a start up like all the difficulties that come with starting anything. You're Facing all of them. Now yes absolutely But it's You Know I. Honestly it's it's been a great year We just had our one anniversary. Show this past week From when we it kind of I did our for opening press conference announcing the debut of the company which was just at the beginning of two thousand nineteen. So we've been in business a little over a year in our first show. It was less than a year ago. It was Memorial Day weekend In Las Vegas at the gym grant and So yeah things are. First Year things have been really good which is the most challenging wing of the jobs I would say in many ways I mean they're all challenging. Anything any answer. I give is going to not give enough credit to how difficult all the other jobs are because they're all really challenging and I'm not saying we've mastered any of these things By any means But they're all challenging in their own way. I mean I could give you like an essay on each of them but I don't know if you if you want to ask you on individual probably the most challenging parts are rather than like comparing him because it's kind of apples to oranges. I mean I shouldn't speak on this front but perhaps if you just focused on one one of them right it wouldn't be nearly as challenging there that might be the case but I took on will. There was no awa until I started it. So if if I hadn't focused on that and When I took over a fall man when I took over they were in a bad bad place? And we're in a better place now wasn't as good a place as we were a couple years ago. But we're still in a much better place than where I took over so That's why I do those and there was same thing with the Jaguars there was no way analytics department before I started. I was one of the first teams to implement it. And you know as sanded Dan recently. It's like it can be a Kind of a head banging job had as for in terms of not like rock and roll in terms of banging your head against the wall because people aren't listening to you or just whatever they football Paul guys know football and they don't want the math dorks telling them That empirical data is something that they need. You know it's it's definitely the the people with now are really nice about and really good about it. But it's always like there's always challenges like Doug is actually in game really really good about about Implementing analytics like asking for scenarios. We have somebody from our department. WHO's on the headset with dog? We have a big binder with you know pretty much any situation situation we could encounter because you can't actually take computers into the booth. How does that work on the headset with Doug marrone explained to me how analytics make an appearance right there on Game Day in within within the the you know within the play clock well you know even before I came on the air? You guys were talking about like two point conversions and should people in Sheridan and we have a lot of situations air we we give You know what we think are the percentages and and Doug always asked whether he's GonNa go with one hundred percent of the time or not like always asks and He also is is really good on Checking on Fourth Bounds. Like okay. Well we know what what are the percentages say to do here and not just when we get into the fourth round but often it could be You know in the series you know he might stay a couple of plays ahead like well if you don't pick this up I'm going for it anyway. So maybe you can run on third and short third and medium to pick up if you know you're going to go for it on fourth and short Tom Does he ever like bark back. Say Hey Tony Enough. Like I'm confused. Poverty shut the how well I'm not the one in there with him. So the exact who works really closely with me and has for the past seven years does a really good job and has a great relationship with dog. And I I've never heard Doug Ellin it's actually actually if you did Zack's a big boy and I think he would you know he'd be good with it to the employees of the Jacksonville. Jaguars no not to yell at you about anything. I don't know well I'm not sure about that. I don't know but you know it's to be honest like you know. Not the not in a position where I I've ever hired fired anybody outside of the analytics department at the Jaguars other than Signing undrafted free agent so. I don't think people would have to worry about got any retribution for me. What do you make of? What's going on with the Cleveland? Browns again Tony Kahn with us. He's the head of Awol all elite wrestling. There in Miami This week what do you you make the Cleveland browns. Here they've gone. They went analytics. No they went football guy analytics football guy and now they're back to Paul Deep Edessa the baseball analytics guy who has made his way up the organization. What do you make of everything happened? I really like Paul. Paul does a really good job and You know they are very very heavy on analytics. It's really interesting I don't know if it's true. I just read on the bottom line here in your studio that they might be hiring Andrew Berry if they are. That's that's a really good higher higher I think into buried as a great job He's not just a football person but Andrew also has a top math and is a really really a brilliant guy and I think he'd be a perfect perfect person To kind of blend the world of football analytics and which you know they need they are the analytics or football. It is the same thing and so I think he'd be great eight and I actually am a probably closer connected within a lot of people know Because Sashi Brown went there and was it was the first person implement the analytics department. I thought he did Some smart things with with When he got there in terms of trying to acquire draft capital and things of that nature but saw she? You didn't have a a huge background in analytics Going in Sasha's previous employment was actually as the general counsel of the Jacksonville Jaguars and and a lot of the things they went and did there. I felt like Sasha was kind of inspired by some of the things. You didn't Jacksonville. Honestly the ravens were the most aggressive team in the league this year ear in terms of going forward on fourth and short Who Do you look at and say I admire the way? That team is using data. The Ravens in Eagles goals have Made some really good decisions in games. over the years and I think they've done some some good stuff When we've been in the positions I think dogs made some really good decisions? We have always been in those positions I felt like Dug in the playoffs against buffalo is a fourth and goal in the one and he went for it and scored a touchdown and I was very excited. I didn't it became a Gif and meam in that. The is that the biggest Place where you meet resistance on where you keep putting numbers in front of people and I'm like look. It's obvious that we need to be in football more aggressive and fourth and short situations it feels like trying to move a mountain over the last eight ars. Yeah and I think honestly dogs been really good about it though and and you know I. I think it's gotten better in football over the last decade like you'll you'll see people going for it and situations probably wouldn't have a decade ago. Tony you a strict numbers guy. Does your gut ever speak to you. Like listen you're a sports fan the God ever speak to to you and say hey maybe this time you shouldn't go forward even though the numbers suggest that you should I try not to do that. I try not to let it get in the way because I think like people try and put every I think there's context everything right and I try to build the context into the analytics so that like Does that make sense now. Oak Doc talk the situations with your God. Our shaking my head Yasser pretending was making sense when it really wants it. Wouldn't even and the other every situation has context to it and I think like you know the. He loves going with the GUT like he doesn't want he doesn't want on. Texture nuance numbers. Just he wants to. I do think occasionally. It's like pulse of the game. You know time. Do you do it here. Well we just one afford three times on four. We converted the last three perhaps four time when Bernie does with a guy like smoke coming out of my ears do his the thing. Here's look like sausages. When he waves now that you ask? What are the numbers? Say About having all your fingers be the same this is we are going to continue here. We've got STU gods his weekend. Observations Tony Gone is going to sit here with them and he ends to God's not going to understand each other all whatever remains of their time together begnaud.

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"doug ellin" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"doug ellin" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Leading the investigation and all of this and I have an email who just said we need to find out we at the epicenter of this weird this star who the first person to come in and say we need to investigate the trump campaign for collusion with the Russians well that's exactly what John germs trying to get to the bottom of and it's gonna means to where that leads with John Durham said today I have the utmost respect for the mission of the office of inspector general and the conference of work that went into the report prepared by Mr which in the stand however our investigation is not limited to developing information from within component parts of the justice department our investigation has included developing information from other persons and entities both in the US and outside of the U. S. based on the evidence collected to date and while our investigation is ongoing last month we advise the inspector general that we do not agree with some of the report's conclusions as to predication and how the FBI case was opened so that's one thing John terms into the epicenter of this and they don't agreed that there was not political and they don't agree that there are other crimes that were committed Barr said in a statement the inspector general's report now makes clear that the FBI launched an intrusive investigation of a U. S. presidential campaign on the thinnest of suspicions that in my view were insufficient to justify the steps taken it is also clear that from this inset from its inception the evidence produced by the investigation was consistently exculpatory meaning it was actually showing the opposite of what they said it was actually showing the Carter page was not a Russian agent he was a C. I. A. asset helping them but they didn't want the FBI to mail that that confusion with the facts here let me tell you something else is signaling will give your phone calls to have John Boorman bill Barr come in on the same day and say anything about this is remarkable they see this is going all my gosh this is this you could not be more wrong they have to tamp down the expectation from all these people out there that this is going to be all this is over as they mean nothing else there because they're on the they're in the hunt mac your up next mac what's up are you know are you doing doing great your your just wanted three things they do you little boys Johnny B. and everybody there station happy holidays thank you Sir or breaks back you were playing equipped there of every discount the Republican minority leader Doug Ellin's he was Korean media democratic the attorney about the quid pro Gerald yeah is it a local club and we'll go in there he said that he got the guy basically to America what's over there was quick quote but he said and I'm I'm not an attorney by one on TV or movies don't smoke cigars play cards and we're not drop in Minnesota but you're never joke there he was executing United States foreign policy right United States foreign policy is would close quote what they're trying to get from point is that's the same thing or they have made there you go say goodnight Gracie yeah thank you Max creek she lives exactly right they're both they're very similar things because amble Joe says I'm a with your trying to stop corruption and by gosh I'm gonna use this money is leverage will trump says I'm over there trying to stop corruption but he's not using anything is leverage is just asking them to investigate what is obviously corruption which is anvil Joe over there trying to stop an investigation into Burris but where is a weird little boy works for me reddit super talking ninety nine seven from the W. T. N. news center I'm Pamela for with your top stories no headed back to middle Tennessee and southern Kentucky tomorrow with some accumulation expected your full forecast and traffic coming up a new report from the justice department's watchdog made public today found lots of F. B. I. errors but no improper in chant at the outset of the Russian investigation at the White House events are at a White House event president trump said he was briefed on the report and without getting into specifics he called the findings everything that a lot of people thought it would be except far worse day was super top ninety nine seven W. T. N. for the latest on the IG report the impeachment process moving forward in the house and is causing partisan tensions to run high the latest Judiciary Committee impeachment hearing was interrupted with attempted procedural delays including points of order by Republicans during the latest hearing congressional lawyers laid out evidence for and against the impeachment of president trump that is the latest news it's brought.

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"doug ellin" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

05:46 min | 3 years ago

"doug ellin" Discussed on WLAC

"Is the Tennessee star report early edition with Doug, Kelly and Michael Patrick layhee? Good morning to you. Doug, L exhibiting an Tennessee star reported the berry berry early edition. Where's all the snow? What am I supposed to do with? All this milk and bread. I wonder we'll get you up to date. Traffic weather all that. Of course, says we go along during the first hour of the Tennessee star reports phone number seven three seven wwl ABC this morning anytime during the show, you're welcome to join in Michael is off today. And Ben Cunningham is gonna join us founder of the Nashville tea parties. We talk about some of the stories this morning, but again, you can call in dog with his ship. You like looks like the state of the union address is on the speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi made the offer to the president yesterday. And he accepted it will be. On February the fed Michael night. We're talking about this yesterday. And he didn't think he didn't think this would happen during the three weeks inbetween, perhaps government shutdowns and all of that. But I mean, I was thinking. Yeah, she'll she'll offer this and and and it just turned out that it did happen yesterday. So the president has accepted there will be a state of the union address the shutdown is over and a lot of people say now what? And we'll talk about it. The president has made a couple of comments. It'd be doesn't mean get a deal, then he may go the emergency declaration route others are concerned. Maybe there will be a shutdown again. We'll just have to see what happens here joining us. Ben Cunningham in the Nashville tea party founder joining us is Michael's doing some business today. Man. Good morning to you. First of all, and you stay in warm. Hey. That's not easy now. Well, we dodged. Bullet. It's we've I'm north of national say, we're just dusting of it. I think most of the schools are opening two hours late except for those down in the southeast area listening area like Giles, and Franklin and grinding and coffees. Those are those are closed but most of the schools and in middle Tennessee are opening to our late. But we're. Yeah. I was thinking yesterday we were talking with Michael. And you know, he's pupil in people like us you. You know, we don't see snow that often. And or you know, three or four times a year. Whatever may be. And so, you know, we we we get the supplies and everything and and then he's know I'm from up north, and I. Yeah. I don't have to worry about it. Then what happens? She takes a business trip to Florida on a day. It's supposed to snow, right? I mean, come on. Right. Exactly. Yeah. You know, we've had in. They're talking about is going to be some of the coldest weather around the nation. I don't know what you do in the sixty degree below zero sort of atmosphere if there's a wind chill like that. But I I it made me think back when I was in high school that you know, like in the late seventies where we had some I guess severely cold winters. I remember Percy priest lake froze over one year. And I mean, it was just so crazy how that happens in it. You know, it's just you know, every once in a while, you're gonna get cold weather. I don't I don't know why people want to, you know, blame climate change and in all of that for it because you know, these things more running cycle for the most part. Absolutely. But they do of course, they blame it every time they blame climate change. If it's called blind climate change. This ludicrous. That's the point where it's just it's just political theater from from morning till night. And and that's that's the environment. We're in and that's that's what's going on with this shutdown. Now, we're into the twenty twenty election cycle. We've got to all these new democratic candidates coming out there trying to make their Mark and go as far left as they can. Mansi Pelosi has at least at this point. Absolutely, no motivation to to end this thing, you know, Trump is those of us that support Trump this more the wall, we're waiting on him to do something and come through. I personally would prefer that. We not go the national emergency root. It is a possibility. But I'd prefer go ahead and just appropriate the money, and and you know. Normal appropriation and get on with business like we should be insecure. The border. But you know, I I do think that Trump is is more and more has the upper hand here. I mean, he's a he's a guy that knows gamesmanship. He knows he loves being in these these high-pressure negotiations. Mansi hands are pretty much tied. He ought to to any has. I think taken the initiative, and basically is turn this into a campaign. And I think he's gonna win the day. How it's all gonna play out who knows? But I think the more he stands his ground. The more out. We're going to stand behind him. And I just don't see the Democrats being able to hold and and keep this silly claim up that we don't need border security. The thing that they have supported for so many years. I mean, everybody's saying the quotes on the on the web of of all the Democrats saying in the in the past ten years, we've got a secure that border. We've all seen that we hold on just a minute. We'll rep against the clock. We live. We'll be right back. Ben Cunningham Nashville party with us. And I'm Doug ellin Microsoft.

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