21 Burst results for "Doug Hutchison"

"doug hutchison" Discussed on The Dish With Trish

The Dish With Trish

03:37 min | 11 months ago

"doug hutchison" Discussed on The Dish With Trish

"You'll get a baby you you're twenty. You really really crazy amazing. You look what you look like. You Look my act sean thanks. I just had three cupcakes. Your Birthday Party amazing. It's insane you look sell them. Well I'm working out seven days a week do that. I'm eating healthy most of the time but also now that I'm working out so hard it's great because I feel like when I want to indulge. I can do it without any guilt right. That's what I need to do. I need to get back. 'cause I used to work out a gain weight. This is a lot of thing but I think when I was with a trainer I was gaining weight. 'cause I I was at the trainer as of Jason and I was like two thirty. So heavy on one eighty. That's a huge difference. I don't know I don't know maybe working on. It's not my so what's the response to your podcast. Been LIKE AMAZING. People will sing. I love listening to it. And they're enjoying it positive or I don't want to jinx it but like when I look at the reviews like everything's positive on the podcast and I'm GonNa Youtube like this should be doing through you. Know How many listeners you're getting show. I think my the most popular was Shane's at two million downloads. Holy Fuck I think. Jeffrey's was around one point eight. Wow that's that's big. I know they told me. Like a million dollars is a lot for like a podcast. Not even getting anywhere near that. I think even like David and Jason. Get like nine hundred thousand will they? I knew them so. I don't even think why all mine those were like the top ones. Obviously that's average. I should ask them. I have no idea what I average on news about the flaking and it was on drugs. Said we'll do it on Saturday. Because if she flakes on Saturday like I'm a loser. I'm not going out Saturday night anyway. Worked up here by Saturday night date when we both have dates tonight. Me AND TAB day I'll be at all day long. You're like me one of only mainstream people. I've only had a few mainstream people on but a lot of seven people like Mickey Avalon along. Yeah I slipped into next week as Corey Feldman. Yeah so I just love nostalgia. I don't know if that's phone or you're older. Soul like Corey Feldman. Yeah so anyways all right it's been it's been a mixed court me. She was my first female guest. What is she doing for money? These days she she is not only fans. She has a rich boyfriend and she's doing got Doug Hutchison hasn't talked tell all book try and get him on the podcast. Nobody cares about him. I love him. You do yeah. I was obsessed with their story. I know I go with the people nobody care about. I care more about her than him. Yeah because he's attractive. There's also something like you're rooting for her. Yeah because you're just rooting for abused. Dating was taking advantage young girl. Which is I want like. I liked it. I guess you shouldn't give those people always curious. What older men think I'm like? What are you having common to the fifteen year old? You know what I mean like sex like she was a virgin. She didn't want to have sex so it was like. What did you have in common before that anyways? That's a whole other topic but all right you guys. This has been the district. Trish thinks president on podcast one. Maybe I'll get a podcast one. Read for your podcast. Yeah you guys. If you don't have read yours. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah. Oh it's so weird. Put it at the end of our show like before you go enjoy my show. Listen to but I think it is insert mind cause I just do. The ad reads like a separate and then they just insert it somewhere. I don't know that's cool. Oh we'll check him out and guys if you leave a comment and a rating early does help. The podcast goes up somewhere. But we're on spotify now so check that out and we'll run things press Hilton..

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"doug hutchison" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"doug hutchison" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Better SLI who there is no where do you want to start with fat well we got a about two minutes to unpack all of this the what strikes me and I'm just gonna read Courtney Stodden's Instagram post from a pure got emotional level the fact that she gives that message to dog at the end I'll always love you yet I'll always be angry she is working through what I am reading a motion but as abuse and she can't she is not in a place yet where she has distanced herself a numb from that abuse and she is working it out on social media yep which is not the place but it does tell us what I think we all were worried about was that she was taken advantage of right like because it's she does that thing and this is the thing that I think is probably not only speak like I'm an expert because I'm not but this this sounds like to me a person who's been abused who's not comfortable yet with facing that abuse because she says the abuse like this to happen yeah and then goes but I love you and I hope wish you all the best right I hope she gets to a place where she sees the abuse and doesn't feel the need to make statements or concern for his emotions are his feelings yes that she can just treat that as a Buse I'm not worried about him and have yeah and have those clear boundaries but also wrapped up in this Bradley and she says it right here in that second part of this Instagram post even if the parent signs off so not only is Courtney Stodden dealing with Doug Hutchison but she's also dealing with the behavior of a parent yeah she says I felt trapped manipulated and the times abandoned by adults yeah it's so true right so true but then you read through some of her other posts and listen to some other things that she said recently and it makes me very concerned and I hope for her sake that there are professionals on the other end of her Instagram account meaning on you know in her world where she lives that will be getting her the help that she needs to she can continue to work through this because I can't imagine what that trauma would do to a person even with all the resources and privileges yeah and then she can do it Courtney Stodden can do it in a private place because also in this messages says stay tuned for my.

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"doug hutchison" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"doug hutchison" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"Any. Everybody either ignored it or accept it. And yet when Courtney and I got together unlike unlike Paul and Jasmine we became married. We you know whatever you know. The reaction was from a lot of it. Negative negative. At first we did before anything. We we consummated are union through a marriage Anna in a church under God and the state legally law early and otherwise so that is just an example of the hypocrisy that exists in Hollywood for some reason. Hollywood loves to focus on certain people in a certain way and others. In another way there is no Rule of thumb just depends and then don't even get me started off You know the the darker side the Roman Polanski side show where I mean I mean that has nothing to do with a union or or a relationship but as we know I think as you and I have talked about it on other broadcasts our podcast that we did for those of you out there who don't know it yet Roman.

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"doug hutchison" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"doug hutchison" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"Wild wild incredible adventure in I was there for almost three weeks and Yeah and and I gotTa tell you I you know. I was so relieved to get back to the United States of America. I I mean honestly I just what we take for granted here in our countries is beyond me because what I experienced agreeance there and we weren't even that learning Calcutta or anything. I mean we weren't like you know in Kerala's so it's a decent you know thriving community in India but still you're you're you're faced with A lot of things I would have never considered the being from the US. I've never been to India. Are you cosmic first time. Yeah are you confident in the final product or do you think this could be something special. Are you worried are you. I think you know what I think. I think this could be a really good movie. I you know. We'll see I mean. It's all the editing as God but I we had the most amazing MAZING DP it. He's in Indian his name's PP Dilshad. He was also a producer he's also produced around the movie. And I I got to see some of his footage of the film of Blackwater Some of the stills this is lighting is just so beautiful. It's so believably gorgeous. That if they if if they do this movie justice in the editing room I think the plot the actors the cast. I think it could really be an amazing movie. I have a feeling it's probably all movies now I'm I'm just gonNA guess but I think it's going to be streaming on Netflix. Or you know something else. But that's okay but that's all right and you mentioned. Yeah you mentioned Isaiah Washington. I follow him on social media. I did once I found out that you guys are going to be in the same movie. Together he's kind of with different cat. Doug that's that's putting it mildly mildly. I'd say Washington. I learned so much from this cat. I mean.

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"doug hutchison" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"doug hutchison" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"My next guest has been in such classics as the Wonderful Green Mile Lost X. x-files his current book flushing Hollywood. Fake News. Fake boobs memoir is making an enormous splash in media. He's been on the show numerous times times with our segment breaking down. Please welcome actor Doug Hutchison Doug as always love talking to you Derek. Thanks for having me again so yeah I love talking with you as well. Yes so there's definitely a lot to get to with your book and I think we should save that for the second half but like the last time we spoke doc. You had an opportunity to continue your active curriculum a lot of projects which were also going to get to but you were continuing your acting career and it took you into a I will. I will as a children's storybook faraway land right so so I've been dying to know because I I said you off the air for those listening that Doug don't tell me anything off the air but save offer on the air so that being said the last time we spoke you were nervous. You were getting in yourself together. Your dog door. You're getting everything ready to go to India. I'll let you take it from there. Okay Yeah it all came down. As often does super-quick lightning speed Suddenly cast to Star A Co.. Oh Star in a leading role in a movie called escape from Blackwater And it was filming it. We filmed in in Kerala. India the director is our Ellis Frazier. I ah my fellow cast was Isaiah. Washington is amazing actor Australian Born actor Louis Mandala War And a couple of other Really Great Guys Kevin Gage etc anyway. I'm a newcomer. Pulsa do who actually was the executive producer on the movie. is playing the lead but it was It was an adventure. A it I it it was up and down. I let me put it this way. It was a wonderful adventure. But it was also like guerrilla filmmaking aching at its peak I mean we were in the most unsavory unsafe Crazy Z places to shoot the movie to give you an idea and not give away too much is about these these guys in a underground prison somewhere. You don't know where they're at but it's called Blackwater. The conditions are horrific in this prison. So they attempt a breakout and A few of them do Managed to escape but then they're caught in the jungle of wherever they're at and You know they're running away from the soldier guards etc I would say if you took like I Dunno escape from Alcatraz plus a Papillon plus maybe a little bit of The dirty dozen thrown in there that's escaped escape from Blackwater and I played a character called Malcolm House thrown. I'm an American from California was thrown throwing into Blackwater for illegal drug transportation Pilot so I was illegally delete transporting opium to different countries for the CIA. And eventually I got thrown in the in the Blackwater and and And I I mean shooting in the jungle of Kerala India. Let me tell you first of all the and I'm not complaining by saying this. I'm just giving you the landscape in Ninety degrees plus least that March. I ch- Eighty eight to ninety degrees Humidity so you're dealing with mosquitoes Possible snakes thanks You're dealing with just unsavory conditions running through jungle full of rocks. Any one one of us could have broken a leg ankle. I mean it's a miracle nobody got hurt on still and And then just funny weird eared. Things like we had to be out of the jungle By I think it was like six thirty seven imperium when the sun went down because the elephants the Indian elephants would come back to their home at that point which is where we were shooting and and they would basically trash. The set sat because they didn't like us. I don't blame them they. They didn't like us there and we had to get out of there because it's dangerous. They the is beautiful. These creatures are they would have crushed us so it was this race toward sunset to get some of the shots done don and before the elephants arrived and.

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Exclusive: "The Green Mile" Actor: Doug Hutchison talks about his new memoir.

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

06:15 min | 1 year ago

Exclusive: "The Green Mile" Actor: Doug Hutchison talks about his new memoir.

"My next guest has been in such classics as the Wonderful Green Mile Lost X. x-files his current book flushing Hollywood. Fake News. Fake boobs memoir is making an enormous splash in media. He's been on the show numerous times times with our segment breaking down. Please welcome actor Doug Hutchison Doug as always love talking to you Derek. Thanks for having me again so yeah I love talking with you as well. Yes so there's definitely a lot to get to with your book and I think we should save that for the second half but like the last time we spoke doc. You had an opportunity to continue your active curriculum a lot of projects which were also going to get to but you were continuing your acting career and it took you into a I will. I will as a children's storybook faraway land right so so I've been dying to know because I I said you off the air for those listening that Doug don't tell me anything off the air but save offer on the air so that being said the last time we spoke you were nervous. You were getting in yourself together. Your dog door. You're getting everything ready to go to India. I'll let you take it from there. Okay Yeah it all came down. As often does super-quick lightning speed Suddenly cast to Star A Co.. Oh Star in a leading role in a movie called escape from Blackwater And it was filming it. We filmed in in Kerala. India the director is our Ellis Frazier. I ah my fellow cast was Isaiah. Washington is amazing actor Australian Born actor Louis Mandala War And a couple of other Really Great Guys Kevin Gage etc anyway. I'm a newcomer. Pulsa do who actually was the executive producer on the movie. is playing the lead but it was It was an adventure. A it I it it was up and down. I let me put it this way. It was a wonderful adventure. But it was also like guerrilla filmmaking aching at its peak I mean we were in the most unsavory unsafe Crazy Z places to shoot the movie to give you an idea and not give away too much is about these these guys in a underground prison somewhere. You don't know where they're at but it's called Blackwater. The conditions are horrific in this prison. So they attempt a breakout and A few of them do Managed to escape but then they're caught in the jungle of wherever they're at and You know they're running away from the soldier guards etc I would say if you took like I Dunno escape from Alcatraz plus a Papillon plus maybe a little bit of The dirty dozen thrown in there that's escaped escape from Blackwater and I played a character called Malcolm House thrown. I'm an American from California was thrown throwing into Blackwater for illegal drug transportation Pilot so I was illegally delete transporting opium to different countries for the CIA. And eventually I got thrown in the in the Blackwater and and And I I mean shooting in the jungle of Kerala India. Let me tell you first of all the and I'm not complaining by saying this. I'm just giving you the landscape in Ninety degrees plus least that March. I ch- Eighty eight to ninety degrees Humidity so you're dealing with mosquitoes Possible snakes thanks You're dealing with just unsavory conditions running through jungle full of rocks. Any one one of us could have broken a leg ankle. I mean it's a miracle nobody got hurt on still and And then just funny weird eared. Things like we had to be out of the jungle By I think it was like six thirty seven imperium when the sun went down because the elephants the Indian elephants would come back to their home at that point which is where we were shooting and and they would basically trash. The set sat because they didn't like us. I don't blame them they. They didn't like us there and we had to get out of there because it's dangerous. They the is beautiful. These creatures are they would have crushed us so it was this race toward sunset to get some of the shots done don and before the elephants arrived and I could go on and on and it was a really

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Courtney Stodden and Doug Hutchison Finalize Divorce 3 Years After Separating

Donna and Steve

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Courtney Stodden and Doug Hutchison Finalize Divorce 3 Years After Separating

"Courtney Stodden and actor Doug Hutchison Hutchison have finalized their divorce three years after separating the couple made headlines in two thousand eleven when the fifty year old last star started a relationship with a sixteen year old they were married for six years though grows it was so weird and so weird so gross but at the same time it made for some really really good social media videos views and for content on our shows after we're

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"doug hutchison" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"doug hutchison" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Com based on the untold true story Brian banks was sixteen years old twenty was accused of a crime he did not commit the system is broken from work my way back to shelter in a wrongfully convicted I will return your conviction prisoner again never defeated Adam stay down all this Greg Kinnear and Sherri shepherd come and we were all these legal excuses about this system matter right written by Doug Hutchison directed by Tom Shadyac may be thirty may be inappropriate for children under thirteen now please news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. welcome welcome to everyone listening all around the world all across the United States we're coming to you.

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"doug hutchison" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"doug hutchison" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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"doug hutchison" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"doug hutchison" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Right written by Doug Hutchison directed by Tom Shadyac may be thirty may be inappropriate for children under thirteen now please so what I am KFI some low clouds and fog this morning but eventually sunny for your Sunday with highs in the seventies at the beaches it is further inland lows in the sixties tonight right now it's sixty four in Hollywood sixty six Irvine sixty four Burbank sixty five Anaheim we lead vocal from the care by twenty four hour news room Aymeric two thousand years ago he walked this earth teaching love and preparing to make the ultimate sacrifice for god so loved the world that he gave his one and only son the two men for believes in here parish but have eternal life you could talk to last with through prayer but through the radio listen to the Jesus Christ sure to be a part of the show call eight seven seven holy host use our host show me your holy host happy to be with you this Sunday as I'm with you every single Sunday answering your questions talk about things that really matter in life the after life I'd love to hear from you if you have a theology question or life situation question anywhere in the US of a dial eight seven seven holy host numerically that's eight seven seven four six five nine four six seven I was talking to Ned off the air and wanted to let you know that we we chatted a little bit about how the church he had some concerns of of two different churches one that kicked someone out saying that they were making people feel uncomfortable and the other one that he said was keeping a family from seeing other parts their family which is really odd there are movements called the shepherding movement where that Christianity starched borderline on.

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"doug hutchison" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"doug hutchison" Discussed on WEEI

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"doug hutchison" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"doug hutchison" Discussed on WEEI

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"doug hutchison" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"doug hutchison" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

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Movie remakes: the good, the bad and the ugly

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

08:00 min | 1 year ago

Movie remakes: the good, the bad and the ugly

"We look at remakes the good the bad, the ugly possibly some other surprises. Here is co host and actor Doug Hutchison, Doug, how's it going today? How are you, my friend? All right there. I'm good. I'm ready. I'm poised, I'm doing really, well, thanks for asking. And I'm excited about this topic movie remakes, I believe it was inspired, if I'm correct me if I'm wrong. But and our last show, we were talking our theme was movies about loss and grief surrender and one of my on the list was movie called pet cemetery based on the Stephen King novel, and I really enjoyed the rigid version, and then found out, they were making twenty nineteen version, which just came out, which I. Haven't seen, but I started lamenting about remakes and questioning the validity of remaking movies that are already made, you know, impeccably, so why remake them. So I think that spurred this topic on, but I just wanted to preface it this by saying that we call this remakes the good the bad and the ugly. But in my research, I actually surprised myself because I found that I actually started liking a lot of the remakes that was digging up the ones that I had seen. And so my list actually has more smiley Osman Ali faces on it. So I guess my list my list is not the good the bad nucleus that the good. I one ugly, just a mention at the very end just for the heck. But anyway, I was wrong. I just gotta say that. I'm gonna confess it. I was wrong. I think there is validity in making certain remakes and I have enjoyed as you'll see a handful of them. Many of us in smiley face by them. And I'm gonna tell you mine are just the opposite might have a frown. After after off your conversation. Holly told you I was looking at the positive and the bright side of everything. I'm gonna try and five five down. So. Great minor five thumbs up years or five down mice, the glasses have full years. At the half full once you're five. Okay, so in, in no sense of order whatsoever, by the way of priority. One of the remakes, actually really enjoyed is Tim Burton's Alice wonderland twenty ten. The original versions, of course, there, were it was nineteen fifty one there was a version of wonderland. And then there was a TV movie version in nineteen eighty five Tim Burton cast as the often does that amazing cast Johnny Depp. He's always cast in depth. So debt plays the mad Hatter Tim Burton's wife, who I've heard they possibly getting divorced. I think I read this the other day which is unfortunate, but it's life and relationship I suppose. Helena, Bonham Carter? It plays the Queen of hearts, young actress by the name of mea was the cow seat in Australian actress plays Alice Crispin Glover plays the knave of hearts. And I can say is in a nutshell Tim Burton. I mean. Filmmaking God or what move? He's actually come down from the mount filmmaking Olympics to give us his gifts or he's made a pact with the devil, because everything this man touches to me turns into gold and his vision, his, his special effects, his whole take on his movies are just unbelievably original income Pele. I loved him Burton as you do. And so Alison wonderland twenty ten Tim Burton's version. I loved it Coleman who call. I'm going to do research on the internet. I'm see anywhere. You came from a good place for that. It's great for me. Number five linking. Said, good things, these are not in order, because this might have been number one for me, the Halloween remakes, specifically by rob zombie. Who's the singer slash director? People that absolutely are in love with his movies. I find him to be one of the I hate shitting by hate it. It's not my style. Rob zombies, Halloween movies are among some of the worst I've ever seen, but not just Halloween. He directed. Oh shit. What are those movies he directed? All other coal classics God. How come I mean? Blinded, I loved that he made it wasn't a remake, but devils reach, I'm not gonna want a lot of people like that movie I do not. I, I don't like rob zombie style. He, he was on Howard Stern bragging on how quickly he shoots movies and I'm gonna know shit. It shows like it's like. Yeah, this looks like something you shot overnight, like it's I should be more friendly towards Massachusetts. Born director. I dunno house thousand corpses. Grind house at devil's rejects. I, I am not a fan of especially the Halloween. It's just he's not as cute as thinks he's on his creative as he thinks he is the movies, look like even shop quickly. There's there. I just find him highly unappealing I to tell you, I've had two interviews, one with another podcast host. Absolutely loved them. Shame on you for saying that. And then I had on the director of directed. I'm not gonna mention what he directed, but he dragged my favorite horror movies, and I said, I'm going to tell you I love this. I compare this something like rob zombie Halloween. I said, I'm not really a fan. He goes robs a friend. I'm like, oh, sorry. Okay. I should have said that. But I'm just I'm just not fan of rob zombie Halloween. And that doesn't even case into account. How awesome the original Halloween movies are even the last one they came out this past year with with. What's your name plays the lead in the Halloween movie stuck? My brain is out to lunch today. Gene, Jamie Curtis. Jamie Lee Curtis. Again, of course. Rijo. Yeah. And that was directed by the latest one when she was in. It wasn't directed by her. It was okay. But completely unnecessary leave the ones that came out the originals alone, their final even the one two three I love them. But yeah, that's how I lick never been touched again. And you and I have talked about the Halloween mask ironically whose face that is. And I hope I hope you believe me now it's face. I did not do any research because I think maybe just slipped yourself a little bit of acid or I don't know some kind of drug or something because that's crazy. I do not I because if I think about that, and I watched Halloween again, what my going to be

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"doug hutchison" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

06:50 min | 2 years ago

"doug hutchison" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"In the wild west world of podcasting where podcasts are dominated by hose to deliver a below average product and each unlistenable podcast is trying to be like the next. There is one podcast that is authentic and genuine continues to stand tall. And it's originality based on a passion for his guests their work and his level podcasting Derrick Thomas and Monday morning critic podcasts. Get amazing diverse unique guest found nowhere else. They include hall of fame athletes, Academy Award winners Golden Globe winners Super Bowl champions EMMY winners award author's award winning film score composers directors trailblazers pioneers. Inventors the variety and quality are endless. There is something for everyone. Derrick Thomas is the hero you deserve. He's a silent guardian a watchful protector. Welcome to Monday morning critic podcast here is Derrick Thomas. My next guest has a wonderful film. Fi most notably his performance in nineteen thousand nine hundred green mile was probably wanting should have been nominated for certainly one should've one. He is one of the best actors on the planet. I consider him a friend. And this is our second take part two of directors that he has worked for his name is Doug Hutchison. Doug, welcome back part two of part two. Derek? Thank you. Thanks. It's good to be back. And thank you for that very flattering introduction. I appreciate we've talked about the academy. And I'm not gonna you know, go over beat the beaten path again. But you know, I just I was looking at the top two fifty today in the green mile as I want to say twenty four, you know. And it's probably yeah. But it should be a lot higher than that. But. No. I just I looked at you know, I just I'll never understand how they nominate people who gets nominated and so forth. But you definitely that's Deborah for anybody. Who knows even king anybody who knows who follow Stephen King? They know that you you that character. And that's not always the case, Stephen King movies or characters people. You'll miss the Mark, by many cases, you know. I appreciate that. Thank you. I mean that that means a lot to me. But you know, it's interesting. I we already had a show the academy that we don't have to rehash our quandary about the whole, you know, political aspect of it. But actually, I'll send these articles to affect you. Find him. I'm sure they're on line actually have scrapbooks stuff. Stuff that time. But Warner Brothers was actually pushing me for a nomination, and I have a few of their ads when they were pushing the and then something happened. And I think it was in house at one brothers. That's by as least what I was told by then manager and probably soom happened. But they were also pushing Michael Clark Dunkin, and they could they were pushing both of us for best supporting because they wanted, of course, best actor to go to Tom Hanks. And so anyway, I think somebody is finally went wait a minute. Would we doing here, we're we're splitting our vote if we're nominating nominating to actors from one movie? We're splitting our vote. So they ended up deciding to go with one actor for best supporting out of the green mile, and they went with Michael. And you know, it was I I won't lie that that I was excited. You know? Of course when it was. Seemingly happening. But when they made that decision I won't lie was disappointed. But I think they made the right decision. Be only because you know, Michael, not only put in amazing performance. But. It's very rare. If you look at the academy's it does happen. But it's know like Anthony Hopkins the silence of the lambs at cetera and that that amazing actor in. The old man. No, no country froze men ill country for old, man. Who's that have Gordon day? I think didn't he win or something? Yes for that will use Boquet. So it does happen that they'll go for the quote, unquote, Zilin or bad guy in the movie, Denzel one for training day. You know, he played a corrupt cops, blah, blah, blah. So it does happen. But more often it the the want. The winners are the ones who are playing the protagonists the heroes the the sympathetic characters the the actors who are you know, like playing real characters like Capote and Jamie, FOX when he did rage. Ray Ray, Charles. He don't things like that. So so it didn't surprise me faced with the decision. Wonder brothers decided to go with Michael. So I was happy for Michael, you know. But I I really was you know, we were all keeping our fingers cross. But. Active. Pretty funny story about that. But maybe for another day since we're gonna talk about directors. But when we were at the same awards, something kind of strange have. Thout save it over yet though. No, I won't know thinking of your time or some other actors Michael fast bender and twelve years a slave, which is one of the best movies historical ever. Yeah. He was nominated for. Yes. So yeah, it definitely happens. But you're right. It's kind of rare for it to happen. It doesn't happen.

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An Interview with Actor Doug Hutchison

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

05:40 min | 2 years ago

An Interview with Actor Doug Hutchison

"Next guest has a wonderful film. Fi most notably his performance in nineteen thousand nine hundred green mile was probably wanting should have been nominated for certainly one should've one. He is one of the best actors on the planet. I consider him a friend. And this is our second take part two of directors that he has worked for his name is Doug Hutchison. Doug, welcome back part two of part two. Derek? Thank you. Thanks. It's good to be back. And thank you for that very flattering introduction. I appreciate we've talked about the academy. And I'm not gonna you know, go over beat the beaten path again. But you know, I just I was looking at the top two fifty today in the green mile as I want to say twenty four, you know. And it's probably yeah. But it should be a lot higher than that. But. No. I just I looked at you know, I just I'll never understand how they nominate people who gets nominated and so forth. But you definitely that's Deborah for anybody. Who knows even king anybody who knows who follow Stephen King? They know that you you that character. And that's not always the case, Stephen King movies or characters people. You'll miss the Mark, by many cases, you know. I appreciate that. Thank you. I mean that that means a lot to me. But you know, it's interesting. I we already had a show the academy that we don't have to rehash our quandary about the whole, you know, political aspect of it. But actually, I'll send these articles to affect you. Find him. I'm sure they're on line actually have scrapbooks stuff. Stuff that time. But Warner Brothers was actually pushing me for a nomination, and I have a few of their ads when they were pushing the and then something happened. And I think it was in house at one brothers. That's by as least what I was told by then manager and probably soom happened. But they were also pushing Michael Clark Dunkin, and they could they were pushing both of us for best supporting because they wanted, of course, best actor to go to Tom Hanks. And so anyway, I think somebody is finally went wait a minute. Would we doing here, we're we're splitting our vote if we're nominating nominating to actors from one movie? We're splitting our vote. So they ended up deciding to go with one actor for best supporting out of the green mile, and they went with Michael. And you know, it was I I won't lie that that I was excited. You know? Of course when it was. Seemingly happening. But when they made that decision I won't lie was disappointed. But I think they made the right decision. Be only because you know, Michael, not only put in amazing performance. But. It's very rare. If you look at the academy's it does happen. But it's know like Anthony Hopkins the silence of the lambs at cetera and that that amazing actor in. The old man. No, no country froze men ill country for old, man. Who's that have Gordon day? I think didn't he win or something? Yes for that will use Boquet. So it does happen that they'll go for the quote, unquote, Zilin or bad guy in the movie, Denzel one for training day. You know, he played a corrupt cops, blah, blah, blah. So it does happen. But more often it the the want. The winners are the ones who are playing the protagonists the heroes the the sympathetic characters the the actors who are you know, like playing real characters like Capote and Jamie, FOX when he did rage. Ray Ray, Charles. He don't things like that. So so it didn't surprise me faced with the decision. Wonder brothers decided to go with Michael. So I was happy for Michael, you know. But I I really was you know, we were all keeping our fingers cross. But. Active. Pretty funny story about that. But maybe for another day since we're gonna talk about directors. But when we were at the same awards, something kind of strange have. Thout save it over yet though. No, I won't know thinking of your time or some other actors Michael fast bender and twelve years a slave, which is one of the best movies historical ever. Yeah. He was nominated for. Yes. So yeah, it definitely happens. But you're right. It's kind of rare for it to happen. It doesn't

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"doug hutchison" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

09:59 min | 2 years ago

"doug hutchison" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"So we've had a little distance now from the metoo movement, or at least kind of the heart of the metoo movement. And we're having an opportunity to kind of look a little bit differently. Some relationships as a result of that of what we've learned for instance, the relationship of Courtney Staten and Doug hunches Hutchison right, Bradley. Yeah. Absolutely Courtney sign, of course, was sixteen at the time that she married fifty one year old actor Doug Hutchison and that really shocked the world or rightly so I've got issues on bone to pick with society. We'll get there in just a moment. But first I want to tell you why we're talking about this today. Here's the headline Courtney Stoddard estranged husband duck. Doug Hutchison is quote ingrained in me because I was sixteen. Eighteen. So I read those words, and I thought to myself. Okay. Well, here's a chance for us to finally talk about a story that came out last week. You were not here calling about Courtney son in BuzzFeed, she did this like sit down interview. I'm not going to bore you with the details. But it's just very eye opening and she's been talking to people magazine like they do that video thing where they sit down and talk about stuff. And so now, I think we can talk about this, really. I just want you to be a little while. I'm telling you, the feelings I want you to have. But I want you to have your own feelings. I want to read for you really quickly before we get to it. Just just to give context when we throw out the names, Courtney sodden Doug Hutchison Bradley said she was sixteen when she married him. He was what fifty one when they do when they got married and Doug Hutchison, if the name doesn't sound familiar, you might know him from his role in the green mile. He also had a role in the TV show lost the two of them met. When he was her. They met online. I. Think that he was her acting teacher, and there's all kinds of weird details and all of them came out in this society treated this as creepy and weird at the time, certainly, but I don't think we went far enough. And here's why here listen to a little bit of these words from this this this is excerpted from people's sit down with Courtney son, Staten says Hutcheson that is Courtney Stoddard and says of her now estranged husband Doug Hutchison will always be part of her and that she feels responsible for him losing his family and career because of their union, I take responsibility for it. I don't want to continue hurting people along the way I've heard him a lot. I know that I love him so much, and I think he's also ingrained in me because I was sixteen he has his thumbprint all over my spirit. And that part is hard for me to grow out of he's in my identity. If he wasn't the person he is I would say he absolutely took advantage of me. But this situation was so. Unique right or wrong. Oh my God. Okay. There's so much going on right there. I sit there with that quote, and my reaction to that was. Yeah, you feel like he was ingrained in you because you were a child who hadn't fully yet formed her own identity as a human being on planet earth, and your mother essentially pimped you out to this creeper. And frankly, I don't know I'm sorry. But any fifty forty something fifty year old man who wants to get familiar with child because she married at sixteen. Do you? Remember when they started dating, but she was at least fourteen. Thank. Yeah. I thought she was fourteen to but. That should be criminal. And that it's not I think is a technicality because the mother signed off on it. Right. And I had this point last week where I was just like obsessed with her her mom for some reason after I read this piece, and there's just spell it's just gonna make you feel creepy and gross. But the takeaway was as you started with the beginning of the segment, Colleen we've moved on for me too. But I think this is one of those relationships one of those things that metoo shifted our consciousness in a way that makes me think you guys we totally got this Courtney, son. Doug Hutchison thing wrong. We totally need to address it. She should not have been allowed to do this and people need like something should happen here. I don't know. What is this? This was child abuse. Right. Right. Well, I'm not even connected to the story. Right. Right. I mean, so. Okay. A couple things along the lines of what you're saying. First of all. She I don't think. Well, I know we know she was not prepared for how she would be portrayed in the tabloids. And that's like a whole extra layer on top of the fact that to your point she was a child married to a grown grown adult fifty fifty one. And actually, I believe that he's actually older than her parents or around the same age, and they she did a show on VH one. And I can't remember which one it was because she's done a bunch of reality shows on VH one, but she did one specifically where she and her mom would like go through counselling together. And one of the things that came out of that. And at the end of that show their relationship, just totally dissolved. But one of the things that sort of came clear became clear in that TV show was that her mother was in love with Doug. This. And this was all about kind of like sort of living vicariously through her daughter. Oh, sure. To your point her mom, basically like pimped her out. And that it you're right is criminal. I should say that from with fresh eyes. It's like, oh my gosh. And again to just reiterate the thing. And if you're just joining us for talking about Courtney son, and there's this piece on her in BuzzFeed where she's sort of opening up. And I thought like, okay, let's see what she's trying. What message? She's trying to get you guys that that that little clip that that little blurb that I read you that just to me says, oh my God. She has no clue that she was you know, I don't want to say sexually. It's for her. But from where I'm sitting it sounds very much like here's an a victim of abuse sexual physical, mental emotional, whatever you wanna call it people far more talented than I am to figure all that out. But she's saying listen to her words, I'm responsible for losing for Doug, losing, his family and career. I take responsibility for it. I don't want to continue hurting people like in her mind. She is like. Like the problem, which just sounds like it sounds like a an abuse victim who says they deserved it. They, you know, this is something you hear very commonly until they talked to a professional, right? Like, I was afraid to do anything because I didn't want to hurt the other person like she's taking on all of this responsibility and carrying it around now into her adult life, whereas most of us have had the opportunity to learn that those things are not acceptable in that that's not appropriate. She hasn't and she's carrying all this stuff around his thumbprint is all over my spirit, and she's acting like that's a good thing. No, it's because he like, stole your innocence. Yeah. And by the way, she's twenty four now. So lest you think that this is somebody who is like come of age in his having a reflective thought, she some quite young. I mean twenty four and she's got this whole like romance thing with Marilyn Monroe, and I'm like, yeah. That's like some weird aviation going on like I want actual professionals. To get a hold of her and help her because I feel like, you know, how I said we have no connection her we actually do. And now that I think about it. I feel like we're part of the problem because we had our on our very own show. Yeah. Sort of just treated her as the she's gotten a bad rap. I mean, honestly, I feel like we owe her an apology. But I don't think she's in a place now to understand what that would mean. Well, I also feel like the optics of it of their relationship when when it first began. Felt like this was more about her her sort of wanting to attain a level of celebrity and that this was an opportunity for her. But it's it's like hindsight is twenty twenty right now that we now that she's out of that marriage, and she's talking publicly about it. And we've heard stories about how her mother sort of intersected with this. And she doesn't even have a relationship with her own father any longer. I'm he does not acknowledge her as his daughter anymore. You sort of start to see it as something completely different. Like, maybe to her that love did feel real and the celebrity piece of it was sort of an opportunity that was sort of being pushed on her. And what does that sound like what you just said? She felt that love was real who does that sound sounds like leaving neverlands you. It sounds like the victims of Geneva, Chuck, and and Wade Robson exactly it sounds like because whatever was whatever was passing between them felt loving to her. And she was she was finding herself into sixteen years old. I mean, she was power like she didn't have. And I don't care to what extent she would sit. You know, like, oh, this is happened before Gloviczki blue. Yeah. Because nobody cared enough to do anything to prevent it. And we were part of that problem. And that's why I said at the beginning of the segment there is a con I think there's been some consciousness shifting with me to where. We begin to look at things a little differently. And I don't think in a way that sort of you know, overreactive I think it's like. It's not just hindsight is twenty twenty. It's you know, what we're no longer gonna let when you know better you do better. Thank you. My Angelo Namath stay right here. Now.

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"doug hutchison" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

09:59 min | 2 years ago

"doug hutchison" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"So we've had a little distance now from the metoo movement, or at least kind of the heart of the metoo movement. And we're having an opportunity to kind of look a little bit differently. Some relationships as a result of that of what we've learned for instance, the relationship of Courtney Staten and Doug Hutchison, right, Bradley. Yeah. Absolutely Courtney sign, of course, was sixteen at the time that she married. Fifty one year old actor Doug Hutchison and that really? Shocked the world rightly so I've got a bone to pick with society. We'll get there and just a moment. But first I want to tell you why we're talking about this today. Here's the headline Courtney Stoddard in estranged husband duck. Doug Hutchison is quote ingrained in me because I was sixteen. Okay. So I read those words, and I thought to myself. Okay. Well, here's a chance for us to finally talk about a story that came out last week. You were not here calling about Courtney Stoddard in BuzzFeed, she did this like sit down interview. I'm not going to bore you with the details. But it's just very eye opening and she's been talking to people magazine like they do that video thing where they sit down and talk about stuff. And so now, I think we can talk about this, really. I just want you to be a little, well, I'm telling you the feelings I want you to have. But I want you to have your own feelings. I want to read for you really quickly before we get to it. Just just to give context when we throw out the names Courtney and Doug Hutchison Bradley said she was sixteen when she married him. He was what fifty one when they do when they got married and Doug Hutchison, if the name doesn't sound familiar, you might know him from his role in the green mile. He also had a role in the TV show lost the two of them met when he was her. They met online. Fine. I think but he was for acting teacher. And there's all kinds of weird details and all of them came out in this society treated this as creepy and weird at the time, certainly, but I don't think we went far enough. And here's why here listen to a little bit of these words from this this this is excerpted from people's sit down with Courtney, son. Stout and says Hutcheson that is Courtney Stoddard says of her now estranged husband Doug Hutchison will always be part of her and that she feels responsible for him losing his family and career because of their union, I take responsibility for it. I don't want to continue hurting people along the way I've heard him a lot. I know that I love him so much, and I think he's also ingrained in me because I was sixteen he has his thumbprint all over my spirit. And that part is hard for me to grow out of he's in my identity. If he wasn't the person he is I would say he absolutely took advantage of me. But this situation was so unique right or wrong. Oh my God. Okay. There's so much going on right there. I sit there with that quote, and my reaction to that was. Yeah, you feel like he was ingrained in you because you were a child who hadn't fully yet formed her own identity as a human being on planet earth, and your mother essentially pimped you out to this creep. Over. And frankly, I don't know I'm sorry. But any fifty forty something fifty year old man who wants to get familiar with the child because she married at sixteen. Do you? Remember when they started dating, but she was at least fourteen. Thank. Yeah. I thought she was fourteen to but. That should be criminal. And and the that it's not I think is a technicality because the mother signed off on it, right? And. I had this point last week where I was just like obsessed with her her mom for some reason after I read this piece, and there's just spell it's just gonna make you feel creepy and gross. But the takeaway was as you started with the beginning of the segment, Colleen we've moved on from me too. But I think this is one of those relationships one of those things that metoo shifted our consciousness in a way that makes me think you guys we totally got this Courtney, son. Doug Hutchison thing wrong. We totally need to address it. She should not have been allowed to do this and people need like like something should happen here. I don't know. What is this? This was child abuse. Right. Right. Well, I'm not even connected to the story. Right. Right. I mean, so okay. Couple things along the lines of what you're saying. First of all. She I don't think. Well, I know we know she was not prepared for how she would be portrayed in the tabloids. And that's like a whole extra layer on top of the fact that to your point she was a child married to a grown grown adult fifty fifty one. And actually, I believe that he's actually older than her parents or around the same age, and they she did a show on VH one. And I can't remember which one it was because she's done a bunch of reality shows on VH one, but she did one specifically where she and her mom would like go through counselling together. And one of the things that came out of that. And at the end of that show their relationship, just totally dissolved. But one of the things that sort of came clear became clear in that TV show was that her mother was in love with Doug. This and this was all about kind of in like sort of living vicariously through her daughter. Oh, sure. To your point her mom, basically like pimped her out. And that it you're right is criminal look at that from with fresh eyes. It's like, oh my gosh. And again to just reiterate the thing. And if you're just joining us for tying, Courtney STAN, and there's this piece on her in BuzzFeed where she's sort of opening up. And I thought like, okay, let's see what she's trying. What message? She's trying to get you guys that that that little clip that that little blurb that I read you that just to me says, oh my God. She has no clue that she was you know, I don't want to say sexually. It's for her. But from where I'm sitting it sounds very much like here's an a victim of abuse sexual physical, mental, emotional, whatever you wanna call it. People far more talented time to figure all that out. But she's saying listen to her words, I'm responsible for losing for Doug, losing, his family and career. I take responsibility for it. I don't want to continue hurting people like in her mind. She is like. The problem which just sounds like it sounds like an abuse victim who says they deserved it. They, you know, this is something you hear very commonly until they talked to a professional rightly I was afraid to do anything because I didn't want to hurt the other person like she's taking on all of this responsibility and carrying it around now into her adult life, whereas most of us have had the opportunity to learn that those things are not acceptable in that that's not appropriate. She hasn't and she's carrying all this stuff around his thumbprint is all over my spirit. And she's after like, that's a good thing. No, it's because he like, stole your innocence. Yeah. And by the way, she's twenty four now. So lest you think that this is somebody who has like come of age in his having a reflective thought, she's still quite young. I mean twenty four and she's got this whole like romance thing with Marilyn Monroe, and I'm like, yeah. That's like some weird aviation going on like I want actual professionals to. Get a hold of her and help her because I feel like, you know, how I said we have no connection her we actually do. And now that I think about it. I feel like we're part of the problem because we head are on our very own show. I sort of just treated her as the she's gotten a bad rap. I mean, honestly, I feel like we owe her an apology. But I don't think she's in a place now to understand what that would mean. Well, I also feel like the optics of it of their relationship when when it first began felt like this was more about her her sort of wanting to attain a level of celebrity and that this was an opportunity for her. But it's it's like hindsight is twenty twenty right now that we now that she's out of that marriage, and she's talking publicly about it. And we've heard stories about how her mother sort of intersected with this. And she doesn't even have a relationship with her own father any longer. I'm he does not acknowledge her as his daughter anymore. You sort of start to see it as something. Different like, maybe to her that love did feel real. And the celebrity piece of it was sort of an opportunity that was sort of being pushed on her. And what does that sound like what you just said? She felt that love was real who does that sound. It sounds like leaving Neverland you. It sounds like the victims of Geneva, Chuck, and and Wade Robson exactly it sounds like because whatever was whatever was passing between them felt loving to her. And she was she was finding herself in and she was sixteen years old. I mean, she was power like she didn't have and I don't care. So what extent she would sit? You know, like this happened before and blabbity blue. Yeah. Because nobody cared enough to do anything to prevent it. And we were part of that problem. And that's why I said at the beginning of the segment there is a I think there's been some consciousness shifting with me to where we begin to look at things a little differently. And I don't think in a way that. It sort of you know, overreactive I think it's like it's not just hindsight is twenty twenty. It's you know, what we're no longer gonna let when you know better you do better. Thank you. My Angelo Namath stay right here. Nama.

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"doug hutchison" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"doug hutchison" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Um reached out to hinge back out to him via the instagram and then dug responded thusly my initial reaction was i wanted to run back to an accident holder right now dug well into his 50s says he's happy to live a married life he knows courtney who is barely into our 20s needs to spreader wings 23 she wants in her life but she doesn't necessarily want to in fact according as a new love interest 38yearold tech entrepreneur chris shank send is very publicly professed his love for buying her a porsche and running or a house in hollywood hills okay so that is doug hutchison talking about the time that courtney stauton reached out to her he was like yeah no she needs to grow up i think it's maybe discuss she's twenty three now in awake sixteen yes if you're used to a sixteen year old bride amine just kind of color old right okay bar wait are you saying on his side yeah oh i mean he likes him young i'm just saying klay curry's lake ancient totally going along with your tolling because i might and you know obviously like i think she getting married at sixteen to a fiftysomething your old man i mean she have never had any life experience yet and he's had all this life experience but i have to tell you if you follow her on twitter or an instagram i'm worried about her i think she's stalin right now though is i think there's this whole thing about her wanting to be marilyn monroe hannah mccoll smith flicked she just wants to be a hot mess blonde who dies before she turns thirty and she's well on her way so we hope that she's actually not like it it's always hard to know how much of that is real riot because again this is the woman who not only married if that you know 50 something year old man when she was sixteen but then remember that every holiday they would go to different places and she would wear slushie outfits uh theme in sleight a young foot so for example on uh valentine's day or not valentine's day on like hollow lean they go to.

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"doug hutchison" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"doug hutchison" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"To the caller um what you find it interesting that some missed shooter in texas very conservative i'm guessing of baptist church small baptist church in um southern texas uh christian evangelical then we have a stolen in las vegas where he shoots up basically a country in western very heavily impacted with their constituency there a festival in many member of course i'm guessing minium of course or certainly progun certainly of puerto america patriotic and all of that uh i just find it interesting that the shootings now tend to be goals in the victim's children to be those likely to be goals that are very supportive of trump and this philosophy is certainly the gop and certainly conservatives so i'm just wondering your hondris said a little bit earlier could must be perhaps a possible prasong epiphany do you think there's any possibility to now people are you begin to connect the dots wait a minute they're not going out she blacks into spanish as long as you did you see where i'm going with this absolutely a bad i mean yeah okay whole home you know tragedy would learn next but my shooting our own people naturally are all now do you think andrei that that might at some point ring a bell was some warm may be a light bulb by go among bloem the political constituents to us anything i let's say question i asked you in the beginning doug hutchison i mean in you said i've got to check do but i tell you what you learn keeps you not their own folks like that sooner or later they can have to wake up i mean these voters these constituents off these people are going to have to i know that the awaken up there in sutherland springs texas they have to be after losing if an eighteen month old baby all the way up to a seventy seven year old person come on may in us the blood is thicker than water and if enough blood is shed all in award is going to go up under the bridge before is over eight seven seven five five seven nine seven i.

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"doug hutchison" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"doug hutchison" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Not comp i'm bradley trainer along with to serve howling robert's a kelly to be back on we wish the a's beating repeatedly hey according we love courtney yeah for me stud and and doug hutchison fan oh no well this year are there any glory the cubs in sin officiate otters out there as well if they are they've once against blessed well he was pictured making out with the mystery man on thursday night in the twenty two year old was spotted in the arms of that male companion as she party that the blinded dragon an hollywood i don't know that blinded drag ends are really up a safe place to big lonnie near ranking i can say apparently the morning before so we missed this she's confirmed that she once again has splits from her fifty six year old has been she's twenty two wow i mean he was next came she was ouch walking with morning after face ten a cup of starbucks with a low cut top at a buddy's kind of hanging out thing quote unfortunately there terrible her and doug sound doug hutchison whatever his name is creeper crew deal man it's hard right now but were trying to individually find their happiness it's really sad right now call on what no she doesn't look set it all she's doing the walk ashamed quit stylishly a my dad yeah now i just wonder if this is all just another route.

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