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Netflix sets new record with 160 Emmy nominations

Hidden Wealth

00:47 sec | Last week

Netflix sets new record with 160 Emmy nominations

"Were announced on Tuesday for the 72nd annual Primetime Emmy Awards, and HBO's watchman picked up 26 including a lead actress nod for Regina King. The 20 nominations for the marvellous Mrs Mazel made it the most nominated comedy, while Ozark and succession tie for the most nominated drama with 18 of peace. Meanwhile, the man DeLorean and Shits Creek got 15 nominations each in the race of the networks. Netflix made history with a whopping 160 nominations, the most ever for any network. HBO came in second with a total of 107 Jimmy Kimmel will host Theseventy second annual Primetime Emmy Awards on September 20th on ABC.

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Debra Messing & Paul F. Tompkins: Show Yourself Some Grace

Ask Me Another

06:16 min | Last week

Debra Messing & Paul F. Tompkins: Show Yourself Some Grace

"It guess what we have a guest. We were supposed to have her at the Bell House in Brooklyn, but she is here with us today the Emmy Award. winning. Star of will and Grace Debra. Messing is GonNa, join US tastic. All right. Let's call some friends play some games. Have a good talk. Thankfully. This couple is available at they're not only a couple. They host a podcast called couples therapy where they talk about relationships with comedians themselves. It's both life-affirming and funny, which is a nice combination not like my therapy. We have. Andy. Beckerman and Naomi Eck Paragon Hey. Hey so at you're obviously your house. Yes. Yes. Self Quarantine Day eighteen dating. You're in Los Angeles yes we are. Already a city of self. Quarantine. Works out really well, I was telling these guys that I had a stranger talked me from six feet away and it was just something nice. They were like Oh look over by that tree. There's a eagle's nest and I was like Oh. This is so heartwarming a conversation with a stranger. Missing this and then he was is it an amazing Hell Mother Nature Continually rejuvenates the earth and provides I was like Oh not this guy. We just don't get along normally so it's not going to start now. Like a stack of books with. That he was tossing out. Anyone who would take him. So. Funny. The little conversations you're having now being bored because I'm really, I'll tell Andy any thought in my head. Yes. So a couple couple in captivity how's it going? It could be worse like actually not bad. We've had an eighteen days to arguments I think that's about it. We had two arguments. It was like a real uncomfortable though because we got an argument and then I went in the bedroom you know what I mean like I just like sat there and was like well I guess it's Cool out where I think normally I would have left the house or I would have like gone like met a friend. Do you know what I mean like I'm getting a drink and then cool out This time it was like. The bedroom till you forgive me. S. Oh Yeah. I'm going to the other side of the couch while the exact. I like actually hanging out with people via zoom now because you can like I'm at home we're talking but I could just get up and go get something from Fridge I love that we should all be at home but hanging out with people but they're not in our house. Yeah. Don't clean up they leave. Don't have to get there. Yeah. Is Acceptable. Right, the only problem I have is you can't leave. Here to Leo do though you can always just fake an internet outage. It's very easy. You just. Just leave the meeting, and then you you take something like, sorry, my incident. You Guys WanNa, play a game. Do you WanNa just a little escapist quiz I would love to. Competition. We need healthy competition right now. Okay. So your podcast is called couples therapy. We have audio quiz for you called Tele Therapy. So basically, we're GONNA play a clip of a TV therapist and you're just going to identify the show. Okay we'll start with an easy one. This is for you andy. Hello, Claire. I'm listening. Oh Frazier. Frazier. That's right. Raising grade were you a fan of that show? Did you ever watch that show in its I watched it for many years and then Niles and Daphne got together. Yeah. I was like it's Okay I will say, actually one of our fights guys was. Its own Andy He's a niles. I'm not wrong. He said I was Eddie the dog. Oh. Yes. That's that's pretty harsh. In fairness it was a cute dog does he could you talk a lot of tricks? No. Okay. Because I am anyone I am Marty. Crane okay. I'm sitting in a chair and I am saying. Either me? And so ed he was he's a police detective and that's what you want to be through. I wanted to the the woman that he did the radio show with Ross Ross Ross. Thanks thank you. I ever a buzzfeed quiz now. All right now is your chance Naomi. Here we go. The comic plays that therapist in this clip when a best guest actress Emmy for the role I committed adultery I betrayed a friend I'm an awful person alley. Every patient that comes into this office thinks that he or she is the world's biggest loser for the first time I. Agree. There's a hint in the clue the name I know alley. Oh God I don't know two and a hand. Yeah. Dancing Baby. Oh, fudge. Okay. Ally mcbeal ally mcbeal is correct but what I remember loving do you Elliott Bill took a black lover. You know she was with Jesse l Martin who played collins in the original cast of red. went onto become such a star. Yes remember thinking. That little bony. Lover. I'm very into it. All right Andy, this comedy central show was animated in.

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See if your favorite shows are nominated for an Emmy

Chicks in the Office

01:14 min | Last week

See if your favorite shows are nominated for an Emmy

"It is time to get into the twenty twenty emmy nominations for this year. Super Exciting. Not really sure how they're going to show the EMMYS I. Think it's going to be virtually either way I'm watching I'm tune in I'm rooting for all my favorite shows and for all my favorite people. So let's get into a let's talk about. The nominees? Loved I. Really Liked that open trophy I felt like maybe with a little game show music in the background, it would have been like, oh Gentlemen. We're here to get into the twenty twenty Emmy Awards. I'm hoping though at Seddon. Yeah he's not paying attention. When he listens. You'll hear it when he listens stock. Okay. We'll start from the top will go through a bunch of the good ones. Number one outstanding comedy series, curb your enthusiasm dead to me insecure shits creek the good place, the Kamensky method, the Marbles Mrs Mazel, and what we do in the shadows now I know of all of these shows and the only one I don't know of is what we do in the shadows have never heard of that but if That one either but it's nominated. So it must be good.

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Facts and figures about the 72nd Emmy Award nominations

On with Mario Lopez

01:47 min | Last week

Facts and figures about the 72nd Emmy Award nominations

"For this year's Emmy Awards on with Mario Hollywood bus. Netflix, arguably the biggest name in TV Right now, they lead all networks with 160. Any nominations. That is incredible to record, by the way, so he got nominated Fraser watchman looking to have a big night, more nominations than any other show. They got 26. Now Wait a second watchmen. Ironically, is not Netflix. No, it's not. It's on HBO miniseries on HBO, and I haven't seen this yet. We'll obviously It's doing some right 26 nominations. That's amazing. The marvellous Mrs Mazel, which is an Amazon show 20 nominations, Ozark and succession have 18 each marvellous. Mrs. Mazel was like the darling last year and pretty swept award season. That's a comedy Ozark in succession. Huge fan of both of those shows Nice to see them recognized. S o. We'll break down a couple of categories to real quick. The best drama nominees Better call soul. Yes, the crown. The Handmaid's Tale killing Eve, the man DeLorean. Mandel Aurea. What a nice surprise Right there. That's amazing for business, plus Ozark Stranger things and succession. How stranger things that was a really solid season. I am diggin. This category. Right here. This is a very, very tough category with so much great content out there. I'm a little surprised that the last season of homeland or billions, wasn't recognized cause I thought those two were outstanding. That's sure I actually have to catch up on homeland to see the best comedy nominees Curb your enthusiasm Dead to Me, which I recently started watching, and it's hilarious and weird and amazing. A good place insecure Kaminski method. The marvellous, Mrs Mazel freak and what we do in the shadows. Now wait a second. What we do in the shadows. I am not familiar

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Interviewing Bucks' legend Marques Johnson

Red Sox Baseball

09:15 min | Last week

Interviewing Bucks' legend Marques Johnson

"And it's our Pleasure to welcome in a two time Emmy Award winning bucks. TV analysts a five time eh, NBA All Star. Did also play at Bella and won a national championship. That's Marcus Johnson here with us on the Zach Yelp show. Marcus appreciate the time How you doing? I'm doing bills. Everything is no good. All can play good benefits in basketball family from your lips to God's ears. Can't wait to see what's gonna happen in the N B. A bubble. I saw video back in February, You were wearing a Kobe Bryant jersey and you actually threw it down in your road. I'm still dunking at 64 years old. Have you been dunking at all during the pandemic? Or was that a one time thing at 64 district Cream donuts, Bad eye. You must have been nervous, right? Well, every year on my birthday, I do a dung just to see if I could still do it. I didn't plan on doing it this year. Just chill out at my son's a SIA. All over social media. They have got to do it contingent to the one in Sydney one in with that inside, And so, of course, I did a couple of warm up to feel pretty good and And we decided absent phone brought up two tackles. Omar, you know, taco fallen. Whoever jumped over him, Aaron Gordon. Whoever dumped over way last year Next year I'll be 65. That's the official retirement age. I've been retired. I'm Travis. You have to do one more 65 years old. I gotta pay the bed after that. I don't blame you. I don't. I can't even dunk right now. I can't imagine being able to dunk when you're in your sixties. Marcus Johnson here with us on the show. When we look at this MBA restart. We know that the Bucks are the best team in the league. From a record standpoint right now they're going to be the number one seed in the Eastern Conference. The's eight games inside of the bubble. What do you look for out of them where they could really ease themselves back into playing shape? The annex a great question. I was just kind of pondering that looking at the books. Play that scrimmage against neworleans the other night and You know, I just don't think that teams should put too much into the eight. Feeding games. It's a gradual buildup. You want to be planned your best basketball. Obviously when, when the playoffs start. This is such a weird. Praise the different type of experiment. Probably guys. And so, um, you know, see positives from the brother. I've seen not good things about in terms of Kind of fighting since, um, some difficulties against the product in here tonight, but, you know the season games Because boom Jose lost compete. He's gonna want these guys to come out and and just so effort show competitive competitiveness from Paris. But I'm not sure about the ones. The won and lost record is important. At this stage of the game. It's all about kind of a slow, gradual buildup. I've been exploding wants to play all secure here. When you look at the team from last year to this year. What do you see is the biggest difference as they even got better from what they were last year, which was impressive. Well, I mean, ways that it rest values that they're so what he has done that He's given Chris Middleton a breather at defense. Can't Chris I was just looking up Christian defensive record 107th overall, 22nd ranked small forward LeBron and collide As I said at the top. But Chris doesn't have to get all that energy trying to beat this Great three and the win. Clare and I could focus on his office and I was a result becomes one of seven or eight guys who was Trying to suit you both 20% from the three point line, stick to the set plus from the field and monitor it from the people that I think a 20 point today. Yes, I think that's direct benefit to Chris Middleton. Eric Bledsoe also, let's not forget him, Master. He struggle big time last couple of years in the playoffs and honestly, stuff a big farm of the playoffs. Uh, this year, he seemed to be a lot more comfortable in his basketball scared now. It is kind of getting a late start based on tested positive and them in quarantine and all that stuff. How quickly he could kind of get back into a rhythm and flow going to be a big difference. But today I think this team has gotten even better, but local tradition of Robin Has really been a great great move. But John forced our president breaking Robin Lopez, and now we've got two bent beak gets standings and leave so I think the defense has been even better than the great detective team from last season. Marcus Johnson here with us it Zaki help show on CBS Sports radio doing a little bubble breakdown on the Milwaukee butts nationally. The big question about Chris Middleton is. Can the Bucks win it all with him? Be in the Bucks. Second best player. He's a two time All Star. Give me the local feel on that. Our people still concerned locally about Middleton be in that number to peace and winning the championship this year. Right here is where you go. I could go to a barber shop in the hold of the brothers give Ah, little about depended on Chris have the huge games but In terms of inside basketball people, people that have watched Chris closely like myself. I really believe that Chris, it's all about his confident being an all Star to the second consecutive D up really? Helps his belief in himself as being one of the elite players in the league and kept in one of the shooters in the league. And you couple that with the fact that he comes back, he's getting guns for arms and get this definition I've never seen before. His body status. Probably way dog looks really good, really in great shape of the Kalpoe talked about his explosion and bounciness coming back after the four months off was really, really surprised. So he's really putting the work that during this time off to come back and make himself I've been so on. But with president mentally I think that way you get tomato last year, the average with just 14 points in the field, and he left. How Laurie, pending for a big cheque of those minutes in that six game lost to the crap. You have to be enough to love. So you've got a lot to prove, but I think Based on what I'm looking at changes of his body where he is physically brave is right. But I think he's ready to make that statement. When I look at the Eastern Conference, I really do fully expect Milwaukee. To get to the finals. They were in that one seed spot last year did not get there When you look at the Eastern Conference this year, who's the biggest challenger for the Bucks when the season resumes tomorrow night? It's really interesting. You get him some. I think three really legitimate. Even the Miami that mix also, you can't count out exposure and then the butler as your lead gap, but I think there's still a little bit godly hero of none. And guys like that. And then he began by making just a little bit young and that, Betty, but I really believe that Celtics man. I mean, people talk about the Raptors, who I respect about. Nick Norris is a great coach. Brad Stevens was great, but one through four in terms of scoring and issues and problems. You know Jason Taylor planted Kemba Walker is the number one option. That's two through four group these guys to produce and I think about taking on like the game, and that's the most since that Golden State a couple of years ago, but most just like second most 1995 in terms of looking for and then when Gordon Hayward is your fourth option, going going home. What is your fourth option? And then we talk about a container my greatest been, but then this Dylan Brown watching his footwork. Watching the lip bruised stands the finishes in traffic. He's a guy that could be a real problem for team like the book had been. The wild card would be market smart. Distant Jabba, even though Marcus Smart Sixthree export out of 16 11 Marcus Smart office of players and we know how much she just underneath their skin. And so he's a guy that has given me honest as much trouble as anybody scoring effectively and officially against it, So I said that and then the two big catch I mean the pick and roll for five hours straight that Boston life's run. Those two guys found business cancer, pounded it inside a greatjob getting into the paint and score of them that I'm not gonna puke my shot and roll that movies have private medical himself. I really believe that Celtics to me that they're not deed. I think both those four score that they have been a lot of pressure on the Milwaukee ways that do the Middleton. To defend at a high level every night in order to be a minute in a series.

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How to watch the shows with most Emmy nominations this year

Red Eye Radio

00:40 sec | Last week

How to watch the shows with most Emmy nominations this year

"For the 72nd annual Primetime Emmy Awards route. Jim Roop has the result. But because of the stay at home conditions amid the pandemic this year may be an enemy's first the first time most Americans were actually be familiar with all the nominees because of the desperate searches for binge entertainment, friends and family suggesting shows to watching people actually having time to watch the happening. TV networks. Shits Creek is among the best comedy series nominees as our HBO's curb Your Enthusiasm and insecure So Netflix is dead to me in the committee method. Prime videos. The marvellous Mrs Mazel is on the list again, along with a good place from NBC and what we do in the shadows from FX. The Emmys will be handed out September 20th

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Getting Ready for the 2020 Emmys

Monocle 24: The Globalist

07:19 min | Last week

Getting Ready for the 2020 Emmys

"The Television Academy has just unveiled the nominees for this year's edition of the Emmy Woods Nichols Fernando Augusta per checker and colossal rebelo went through the list and brought us the highlights. Let's have a listen. Pelada. Lovely to have you here. Let's talk about the AMI's but first of all, I mean, you have quite an experience with the amas right while I was very lucky last year while working out of our Los Angeles Bureau to attend the ceremony last for the seventy first. Edition of the Emmy Awards it is amazing. It really is a celebration of all things television not only of course, you're able to see the ceremony yourself and how it all unfolds that the Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles, you get to sit right next to some of your favorite stars as they celebrate you know a year worth of work you get to watch as some of them lose some of them when at last year was quite. Special because it was of course, the last year that game of thrones was nominated the end of the saga of game of thrones, which was, of course, a really big deal and one thing that I really liked about that was also how they marked the series that were coming to an end last year by bringing all the cast in the production team that was attending the ceremony on stage and kind of acknowledging any TV show that's on. Air for. A few years it is a bit sad one. You know the last time modern family was also the last. So it yeah, it is. It is quite an experience. I mean we are still a few months to go until this year's edition. Hopefully, we'll be able to have it in person by then by September the television academy still hasn't exactly unveiled the plans for that. But yeah, it just feels as much as it is A. Celebration of television it feels very different to watch it in person than on. TV. Sets and if he's going to be a special year because I mean we've been watching lots of television during lockdown effing and one of the things don't you grieve me. Colada that I like about the Emmys they are. You know what they are actually fairly diverse compared to the film awards and that just shows TV can be actually quite progressive away. Absolutely I think. The nominations this year as well. Reflects that diversity is well and yeah it does show how TV has been able to catch up with only momentum that has been happening in Hollywood about asking for change when it comes to diversity. But even if you look at the shows that are nominated or even just a shows that we're watching now they are reflection of different stories that are a reflection of different themes it's not as standard I would. Say, for example, with the Oscars and I think that's what makes it quite an interesting and exciting. Well, let's talk about some of the favorites I did like sheets Greek being nominated for comedy series of things surprise it started as a very little Canadian series but then apparently people saying that my win actually because the critics love it oh, it is a fantastic show I definitely has been one of the ones I've been watching this year and I was very happy to see it getting nominated for the outstanding Comedy Series Award another one on that category that it was really happy to see their it's the kaminsky methods. This is a Netflix show and yes, it is very lovely with Michael. Douglas starring in it and it is very funny as well and it was so nice to see you know it. They're in the category as well and I just I was very happy I. Think. As we were saying the nominations this year do justice to the TV. We've been watching I mean drama succession I know we're both big fans and you know Brian Cox and Jeremy Strong both be nominated for best actor in a drama series very well deserved extremely well deserved and it is, of course, we're talking here about a big categories. As if you go down the list, there are more awards being given to all the shows we've been mentioning. Not Awards, nominations I mean. But yes, I was very, very happy to see succession I think personally, it has been one of my favorite shows over the last few years I can't remember being dad excited about a show in succession was already nominated for Fiore's last year. I. Know that Nicholas Brutal do who composed the sound score for at won an emmy last year. For. For the score, he composed for succession that would be nice to see it how it's catching momentum and that fans quite disappointed that due to coronavirus sat filming restrictions. The third series did not come out this year as planned but this is a recognition of TV done very very well, there's been other recognitions for example, the morning show had quite a few nominations. And again, it was a show that it was not like loved the beginning by tics but I think people kind of were said, you know what actually was a good series especially the last episode of series. So another one I'm very happy also have very significant for apple as well as the morning show was you know the show that apple try to use as? To make its mark as someone that could compete with the network giants and streaming giants as well. So not only is a very good sign for the a seeing Jennifer Aniston Steve Carell nominated but also to see apple when they've been investing into the right series hiring great actors, great writers, Great Producers, and that it actually pays off and Collado. So what if Jimmy Kimmel? This time I mean, as you rightly said, we don't know how ceremony is going to be, but you know what bt awards they did try and they did like a special ceremony. Names might have to do that because it's happening on the twentieth September. That's very the as the television academy has said that the creative emmys, which you know the creative emmy is usually happen a few days before the Primetime Emmys and they've already said that those are happening on an online platform a few days before didn't haven't clarified yet for the AMI's themselves. We still don't know exactly what are the plans now? What is interesting about Jimmy, Kimmel here hosting I think it's his third time hosting is that he is nominated as well. His show Jimmy came alive is on the outstanding variety talk series, and there's always very endearing one. You know one of the host sometimes even people introducing the award end up being nominated. So yeah, I'd be curious to see exactly how that's going to pay out I don't know. was there any surprise nomination here on this list for you? Fernando as F- in the morning show was A bit of a surprise for me and also in the drama category I mean, we saw men hurriedly having quite a lot of nominations itself Jeremy Pope for his role in Hollywood for a best actor on limited series or movie because Lotte I think competition program should go again to Rupo's drag race. Oh Yeah. His love rapport figured they will he would win again just shows how you know when Ru Paul's drag race started. It was a very Niche not known at the public, and now they've been doing this for over a decade now, and there's just shows how you know there is an appetite for a show like that that it is mainstream, there's no way you can't say that anymore and is so empowering it is, of course, one of my personal favorites as well. It was really nice last year to be there when they won and to see Europol come on stage with a lot of the. Of the show as well and some of the judges when we look at that category I'm partial to and I would love to see them winning again on that category.

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'Watchmen' leads charge for Emmy nominations relevance

The John Phillips Show

00:26 sec | Last week

'Watchmen' leads charge for Emmy nominations relevance

"Not Dragons ruled This year's Emmy nominations Last year was Game of Thrones this year. HBO superheroes Siri's Watchman lead nominations today with 26 followed by Amazons. The marvellous Mrs Mazel with 20 Netflix lead all platforms with a record 160 overall nominations, followed by HBO, 107 and NBC in a distant third with 47. Jimmy Kimmel, Huh? The 72nd annual Primetime Emmy Awards on September 20th. Sharon

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Netflix Breaks HBO’s Record for the Most Emmy Nominations Ever

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:43 sec | Last week

Netflix Breaks HBO’s Record for the Most Emmy Nominations Ever

"Providers who all grabbed nominations for the Primetime Emmy Awards today, CBS News correspondent Lisa Matteo reports with Game of Thrones and VP out of the running The Primetime Emmy Award nominations saw more shows receiving multiple nods. Topping the list was the watchman with 26 nominations. We are invisible at a close second with 20 ladies on Amazon Prime's The Marvellous Mrs Mazel, followed by Dark and HBO succession. Anyone's Here's to us. Netflix led the way with 169 while new providers like Disney Plus an Apple TV entered the arena for the first time. Matteo CBS News WCBS news time is 3 23 When it comes to giving

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Netflix Breaks HBO’s Record for the Most Emmy Nominations Ever

Colleen and Bradley

00:25 sec | Last week

Netflix Breaks HBO’s Record for the Most Emmy Nominations Ever

"Nominations for the 72 annual Emmy Awards were announced today. Netflix, Ozark and HBO's succession lead drama categories with 18 nominations each, while Amazons that marvellous Miss Mazel dominated the comedy side with 20 nominations. The Emmy Awards will be hosted by Jimmy Kimmel and will air September 20th on ABC.

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Emmy Nominations 2020: HBO’s ‘Watchmen’ Leads Contenders

Lewis and Logan

00:28 sec | Last week

Emmy Nominations 2020: HBO’s ‘Watchmen’ Leads Contenders

"For Netflix as the Emmy nominations are announced in Hollywood, All Hail watchman HBO comic book adaptation is the most nominated show for this year's Emmys. 26 total nominations, including a nod for Best limited Siri's Amazons. The marvellous, Mrs Mazel is second with 20 nods, including best comedy. Siri's Ozark on Netflix and HBO Succession are tied with 18 Jason Nathan's, An ABC News Network snagged a record 160 nominations Emmy Awards, scheduled for September 20th on ABC. Following the

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HBO's dystopian series "Watchmen" leads all Emmy nominees with 26

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:54 sec | Last week

HBO's dystopian series "Watchmen" leads all Emmy nominees with 26

"Emmy nominations they have been unveiled and Netflix has smashed the record. For the most total nominations for any network or streaming service. A whopping 160 all HBO follows with a total of 107 nominations that includes 26 for its dark superhero. Siri's watchman. Which is the most for any single show. Comedian Leslie Jones hosted the online announcement and also read out the nominees for the Emmy for best drama. Siri's Better Call, Saul. The crown. The Handmaid's tale. Killing eight. A man DeLorean, Ozark Stranger things and profession. The Emmy Awards will be presented on the September 20th with Jimmy Kimmel doing the hosting duties, but it's going to be a virtual format. That is still being worked out. More

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Emmy Awards 2020: Watchmen leads the way with 26 nominations

Rush Limbaugh

00:22 sec | Last week

Emmy Awards 2020: Watchmen leads the way with 26 nominations

"HBO's limited series watchman, leading the Emmy nominees for 26 nods. The Morning Show, and Rami are among the theories vying for Emmy nominations, and some of their performers were among the early nominees. The September 20th ceremony Will air on ABC with Jimmy Kimmel is host the Primetime Emmys, the first major entertainment awards to cope with limitations. Forced by the

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Emmy Awards 2020: Watchmen leads the way with 26 nominations

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:09 sec | Last week

Emmy Awards 2020: Watchmen leads the way with 26 nominations

"Out now and HBO's dystopian. Siri's watchman is leading the bunch with 26 nominations. Here's a look at some of

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Carl Reiner, actor, comic and 'Dick van Dyke Show' creator, dies at 98

On Point with Juandolyn Stokes

00:36 sec | Last month

Carl Reiner, actor, comic and 'Dick van Dyke Show' creator, dies at 98

"Emmy Award winning actor and comedian Carl Reiner is dead, the age of 98 Mike Bauer reports. Reiner died Monday night at his Beverly Hills home, surrounded by his family, including actor and director Rob Reiner. He was best known as creator producer writer and actor on the Dick Van Dyke Show Runner believe the comedy could be genetic, but environment played an equal part. You laugh of things, you find things to laugh in the worst situation. Sometimes you find things to laugh Producer director actor. He also won a Grammy and won nine Emmys over seven decades. He has more than 400 credits Carl Reiner. That at the age of 98 Mike

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Kimmel to host Emmys, first major awards show of pandemic

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | Last month

Kimmel to host Emmys, first major awards show of pandemic

"Jimmy Kimmel will return to host the Emmy awards this fall I marquees are let up with the latest Jimmy Kimmel says he does not know where they will do the Emmy show or how they will do it or even why they are doing it's but they are and he's hosting it will be kibbles third time hosting the Emmys and he has hosted the Academy Awards twice last year the Emmys had no host this year's Emmys are scheduled for September twentieth and will air live on ABC nominations will be announced July twenty eighth

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Getting Into America with Trymaine Lee

Black Girl Nerds

04:47 min | 2 months ago

Getting Into America with Trymaine Lee

"Welcome to the bloggers podcast I'm your host Ryan Africa's episode. We're going to be keeping the conversation going because we WANNA. Keep the names of George. Floyd, Brianna, Taylor Ahmad Aubrey Tamir, Rice Rees Gordon, Sandra Blan- and unfortunately the list can keep going and going and going, but we want to keep those names out. There want to keep this conversation going so people stay informed. And we don't want this to be got to be forgotten, so we're back in the situation again so Yes, like I said blogger owners committed to doing that and I am not just here by myself. I have a contassot. Guests with me here today to keep this conversation going. I am talking about. Pull a surprise and Emmy Award winning journalist. Tremaine, Lee. He is also MB. Correspondent in host of the into America podcast, so I am so glad to have him here with me today. They Ryan thank you so much revenue neutral appreciative. I WANNA. Start off this. This question was kinda going throughout. My might assume I knew I was GONNA. I was excited about this because I wanna Kinda. Give the listeners a different perspective that we don't get all the time with all this coverage of the protests and everything that's going on and not to say that you speak for all of news broadcasting. and I'm in production that worlds often find myself in this conversation as well. This is why this question is so important to me. But how do you deal with the idea of people asking why the media is covering the protests way their covenant, or you know certain situations. You find yourself in a maybe you don't have a choice of what the story is recovering that day. What's it? It depends I think the one thing that we do have choice over one one space did I control is how I centered the narrative. That I'm speaking to reporting on recovering so sometimes. The critique of the media is absolutely correct, because the media is not like any other institution. America, that's been a touched in racism, touched in bias touching all those things, so it's incumbent upon us working inside media. To make sure flicking the truest narrative possible, and sometimes that begins with our own experience in our own. To understand the language that's being spoken these communities right so so we're not relying on trucks and stereotypes ideally. We're we're connecting to the people in a different way and so I don't pay much mind to the critiques necessarily except for some of correct That's when we have to make sure that we are redoubling our efforts but I know from from. You know I don't I. Don't get many of those critiques because you know. I try to keep it as as true as possible I. Mean That's what I've done my entire career. So you know sometimes they're correct. Sometimes, they're not sometimes people. Are just shouting into the ether, your social media just right the shouting right, but I think the good thing is that the proof is always in the so that people can consume the information. The best dress with their concerns are. Right and speaking of getting out there and speaking the truth into America a fairly new podcast. She started up. Can you tell me about how that started and wise that important to you? Into America at this point I think we're on episode Twenty Six maybe twenty seven in the the whole idea behind into Americans really get outside of our bubbles in really go out into America. In an approach politics policy in a different conway. Along and I worked for MSNBC PROUDLY SO but you know the twenty four hour news cycle. It's kind of like a horse. Race Times. If you're not careful the way we. The Lens from which review politics? It's also who's up now. WHO's fallen behind? You know it's daily drama as opposed to the way politics policy actually impact the lives of everyday people, and so the goal of into America was to do just that. Go out into America. And speak directly to people about their concerns, their needs but also how the backdrop of policy is really impacting them. You know and I really do believe that is the kind of thing. I worked my entire life trying to trying to do right always out there with the people and trying to tell the people's story. Our care deeply about the most vulnerable among US marginalized community, most certainly a black folks in this country, but also the poor any race the marginalized anyways so into America. We've been trying to. Obviously it's shifted a bit through. I Kobe nineteen right so now we're. Quest heard in with the engaged with how people are You know the fallout from Kobe nineteen whether it's the the emotional stuff with his health, related impact was the economic impact and now in. This Arab uprising rebellion in protests. We've shifted again to to address in all of the concerns around systemic racism the the the initial ideals of white supremacy that in so many ways to guide this country. The protests respect all of those things, so that's a long answer, but that is into America.

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"emmy award" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

09:26 min | 3 months ago

"emmy award" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"I like about sure I could send it she takes on both sides she won an Emmy Award for outstanding investigative journalism for the business of Congress which included an undercover investigation into fundraising by Republican freshmen issue we had two other Emmy nominations for Benghazi dying for security and green energy going red as it was around that time we were she fell out of favor who is the the people at CBS news and elsewhere she has kept her good name and her integrity and she joins us now Cheryl Atkinson from full measure dot news Cheryl how are you I'm great good how are you good I read your story this morning and I wanted to get you on because I I I wondered if you could take us through what is happening with this so called Obama gate and kind of explain it in layman's terms and tie it to your your story that you just wrote it which is incredible about all of the news inaccuracies over the last few years I think that a lot of the conspiracy theories we heard about four years ago that I didn't put much stock in because they sounded so far fetched in some cases and to a large degree proven through documentary evidence and testimony to be absolutely true no one's more surprised than I am because again it just seemed like who would do that and what I'm talking about it okay go ahead yeah I was just gonna say help me out on which conspiracy theories because that's what everybody says about both sides outs concert so this one is the notion that when president trump became a viable candidate for office and threaten both the Democrat and Republican establishment the money and and what's perhaps even worse threaten to bring in lieutenant general Michael Flynn who let's say knew where the bodies were buried in the intelligence community knew he was going to upend abuses and corruption that he knew about there became a desperate attempt to make sure that that didn't happen and that included attempts to try to find anybody surrounding the trump campaign who maybe have been to Russia so that it would be easier to justify getting a wire tap against those people through which they could capture president trump's communications and try to controversial life and and make sure that he didn't serve in an effective and complete president I think that's what we've seen that's why they targeted plan you remember president Obama met with president elect trump in the White House and before any of these conversations that when had with the Russian ambassador that were controversial before any of this happened president Obama reportedly told trump don't hire plan why do you think that is but I think it's pretty clear now based on again the documentary evidence that there was an effort when trump hired plan anyway to go after him and as the hand written notes of one department of justice official clad do we want to get him to lie is that the goal so that we can get him fired or getting prosecuted net exactly what it appears they did so Cheryl take me through the V. the argument or the back and forth of the president knew about this the president didn't know about this and and why that's important these these meetings that the president was involved in which meetings here talking about sorry the meetings the meetings at the White House where you know I think was clapper said No Way didn't inform the president the president didn't know anything about this and we now find out that they did have a meeting and they were talking about the FBI investigation was coming to an end and he said no keep it open keep it going our president Obama I'm sorry I was thinking press yes I'll yes are not risen from about I have not dug into that yet so I just don't have any particular insight but the question that's been raised by the new information that's coming out three to four years later by the way after we should have had at the public information in my view it goes to the heart of potential criminal wrongdoing and national security but that's what kept hidden even by people working for president trump for the past couple of years until now but what we're getting at the heart of now is how high up this went there have been a a steady stream of documentation from the inspector general and documents and congressional inquiry as to the participation and wrongdoing including in the foreign intelligence surveillance court improper wire taps by FBI official the doctoring of a document by an FBI lawyer well we we know all that now but how high did it go did all of this happened sort of under the radar without the top it's already snowing or did president Obama their role in helping to direct bested his top national security adviser and officials what role did they play I think we're finally getting at the heart of some of some of those questions and I would tell you that in general it it it defies credulity to think that all of this was being done at that that level the way it was being done without the knowledge of top officials R. so what were they when you said Flynn wanted to go bomb would respond now the guy's a racist I didn't like the way he was he spoke about Islam its entrance after what one of the bodies that Flynn would have known that that bill Obama didn't want uncovered well I'll take a couple of things I know about him this would be for two thousand sixteen to my sources in the intelligence community I knew that they were wiretapping political figures and journalists not just me other people a lot of people improperly and I would say illegally being monitored perhaps blackmailed or at least leverage used over people you know they knew they were being monitor had been monitored did a really big things that I think it's been going on for years Edward Snowden revealed some of it some of it we little little bit we found out about with revelations about the Obama administration getting subpoenas against Associated Press and that sort of thing but I think a far greater danger they were more under the table efforts not even legal subpoenas that were being secretly you know given against the press I think there were a lot more shenanigans being conducted insider intelligence agency for the past fifteen years and top people Brennan and clapper head of the the director of national intelligence and head of the CIA on multiple occasions that I've documented on a timeline and Cheryl I can dot com provided false information to Congress they were part of spying on the Senate intelligence committee but then providing misleading information when asked about it and have it ultimately admit it and apologize and if you think about it is almost start that when you look at the timeline look like they were spying on practically everybody who weren't they sign on this is not allowed under our constitution and in our country and I think Quinn knew a lot about a lot of that and going into two thousand sixteen I was told this was one thing that many people inside the intelligence community the bad actors not the good actors but something that they feared so this is the worst case scenario I think for all Americans I don't care if you're left right I don't care if you level bomb or love trump it doesn't matter this is awful and leads us into a completely dystopian world it do you believe there's enough there and are there any journalists out there that are part of the mainstream this will affect enough to where they will say we got to put partisan politics aside this has to be uncovered I think a lot of the deep diggers who would view things that way and just go where the facts lead that's not being done and a lot of the mainstream news organizations anymore they're just taking hand out propaganda or comments from anonymous sources on one side to the other publishing that that's not a lot of real work from digging going into this this takes real work I've seen people like when Greenwald of the intercept and a couple of other places including some left leaning publications that have actually gotten deep because their interest lies in an intersection some cases with the interests of the right where these privacy invasions have happened no matter who's committing them or these constitutional violations I have seen some deep digging but it's not being done at what I guess you would call the traditional mainstream outlets all right want to continue my conversation with Cheryl Atkinson here in just a second you finder at full measure dot news and I want to go over this I'm piecing piece that she wrote the media mistakes in the trump area of the definitive list and it is remarkable when you look at it go through some of the highlights here in just a second sure I can send will continue in one minute.

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"emmy award" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

09:21 min | 3 months ago

"emmy award" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Won an Emmy Award for outstanding investigative journalism for the business of Congress which included an undercover investigation into fundraising by Republican freshmen issue we had two other Emmy nominations for Benghazi dying for security and green energy going red it was around that time we were she fell out of favor who is the the people at CBS news and elsewhere she has kept her good name and her integrity and she joins us now Cheryl Atkinson from full measure dot news Cheryl how are you find great going how are you good I read your story this morning and I wanted to get you on because I I I wondered if you could take us through what is happening with this so called Obama gate and kind of explain it in layman's terms and tie it to your your story that you just roll with it which is incredible about all of the news inaccuracies over the last few years I think that a lot of the conspiracy theories we heard about four years ago that I didn't put much stock in because they sounded so far fetched in some cases and to a large degree proven through documentary evidence and testimony to be absolutely true no one's more surprised than I am because again it just seemed like who would do that and what I'm talking about it and go ahead yeah I was just say help me out on which conspiracy theories because that's what everybody says about both sides outs concert so this one is the notion that when president trump became a viable candidate for office and threaten both the Democrat and Republican establishment the money and and what perhaps even worse threaten to bring in lieutenant general Michael Flynn who let's say knew where the bodies were buried in the intelligence community knew he was going to upend abuses and corruption that he knew about there became a desperate attempt to make sure that that didn't happen and that included attempts to try to find anybody surrounding the trump campaign who maybe have been to Russia so that it would be easier to justify getting a wire tap against those people through which they could capture president trump's communications and try to controversial life and and make sure that he didn't serve in an effective and complete president I think that's what we've seen that's why they targeted plan you remember president Obama met with president elect trump in the White House and before any of these conversations that when had with the Russian ambassador that were controversial before any of this happened president Obama reportedly told trump don't hire plan why do you think that is but I think it's pretty clear now based on again the documentary evidence that there was an effort when trump hired plan anyway to go after him and as the hand written notes of one department of justice official clad do we want to get him to lie is that the goal so that we can get him fired or getting prosecuted math exactly what it appears they did so Cheryl take me through the the argument or the back and forth of the president knew about this the president didn't know about this and and why that's important these these meetings that the president was involved in which meetings here talking about sorry the meetings the meetings at the White House where you know I think was clapper said No Way didn't inform the president the president didn't know anything about this and we now find out that they did have a meeting and they were talking about the FBI investigation was coming to an end and he said no keep it open keep it going our president Obama I'm sorry I was thinking because some are yes or not hi I have not dug into that yet so I just don't have any particular inside but the question that's been raised by the new information that's coming out three to four years later by the way after we should have had at the public information in my view it goes to the heart of potential criminal wrongdoing and national security but that's what kept hidden even by people working for president trump for the past couple of years until now but what we're getting at the heart of now is how high up it went there's been a a steady stream of documentation from the inspector general and documents and congressional inquiry as to the participation and wrongdoing including in the foreign intelligence surveillance court improper wire taps by FBI officials the doctoring of a document by an FBI lawyer well we we know all that now but how high do they go all of this happened sort of under the radar without the topic Tories knowing or did president Obama your role in helping to direct bested his top national security adviser and officials what role did they play I think we're finally getting at the heart of some of some of those questions and I would tell you that in general it it it defies credulity to think that all of this was being done at that level the way it was being done without the knowledge of top officials R. so what were they when you said Flynn wanted to go Obama would respond now the guy's a racist I didn't like the way he was he spoke about Islam it's after it's after what one of the bodies that Flynn would have known that that meeting Boba didn't want uncovered well I'll take a couple of things I know about and this would be for two thousand sixteen to my sources in the intelligence community I knew that they were wiretapping political figures and journalists not just me other people a lot of people improperly and I would say illegally being monitored perhaps blackmailed or at least leverage used over people you know they knew they were being monitor had been monitored did a really big things that I think it's been going on for years Edward Snowden revealed some of it some of it we little little bit we found out about with revelations about the Obama administration getting subpoenas against Associated Press and that sort of thing but I think a far greater danger they were more under the table efforts not even legal subpoenas that were being secretly you know given against the press I think there were a lot more shenanigans being conducted insider intelligence agency for the past fifteen years and top people Brennan and clapper head of the the director of national intelligence and head of the CIA on multiple occasions that I've documented on a timeline and Cheryl I can dot com provided false information to Congress they were part of spying on the Senate intelligence committee but then providing misleading information when asked about it and having to alternately admit it and apologize and if you think about it it almost starts when you look at the timeline look like they were spying on practically everybody who wants a spying on this is not allowed under our constitution and in our country and I think when you know a lot about a lot of that and going into two thousand sixteen I was told this was one thing that many people inside the intelligence community the bad actors not the good actors but something that they feared so this is the worst case scenario I think for all Americans I don't care if you're left or right I don't care if you love Obama or love trump it doesn't matter this is awful and leads us into a completely dystopian world it do you believe there's enough there and are there any journalists out there that are part of the mainstream this will affect enough to where they will say we've got to put partisan politics aside this has to be uncovered I think a lot of the deep diggers who would view things that way and just go where the facts lead that's not being done and a lot of the mainstream news organizations anymore they're just taking hand out propaganda or comments from anonymous sources on one side or the other publishing that's not a lot of real work of digging going into this this takes real work I think people like in Greenwald of the intercept and a couple of other places including some left leaning publications that have actually gone deep because their interest lies in an intersection some cases with the interests of the right where these privacy invasions have happened no matter who's committing them or these constitutional violations I have seen some deep digging but it's not being done at what I guess you would call the traditional mainstream outlets all right I want to continue my conversation with Cheryl Atkinson here in just a second you finder at full measure dot news and I want to go over this the easing piece that she wrote the media mistakes in the trump era of the definitive list and it is remarkable when you look at it go through some of the highlights here in just a second Cheryl concern will continue in one.

Emmy Award Congress Benghazi
"emmy award" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

09:24 min | 3 months ago

"emmy award" Discussed on WRVA

"She takes on both sides she won an Emmy Award for outstanding investigative journalism for the business of Congress which included an undercover investigation into fundraising by Republican freshmen issue we had two other Emmy nominations for Benghazi dying for security and green energy going red it was around that time period where she fell out of favor who is the the people at CBS news and elsewhere she has kept her good name and her integrity and she joins us now Cheryl Atkinson from full measure dot news Cheryl how are you I'm great good how are you good I read your story this morning and I wanted to get you on because I I I wondered if you could take us through what is happening with this so called Obama gate and kind of explain it in layman's terms and tie it to your your story that you just wrote it which is incredible about all of the news inaccuracies over the last few years I think that a lot of the conspiracy theories we heard about four years ago that I didn't put much stock in because they sounded so far fetched in some cases and to a large degree proven through documentary evidence and testimony to be absolutely true no one is more surprised than I am because again it just seemed like who would do that and what I'm talking about it okay go ahead yeah I was just gonna say help me out on which conspiracy theories because that's what everybody says about both sides outs concerning so this one is the notion that when president trump became a viable candidate for office and threaten both the Democrat and Republican establishment the money and and what's perhaps even worse threaten to bring in lieutenant general Michael Flynn who let's say knew where the bodies were buried in the intelligence community knew he was going to upend abuses and corruption that he knew about there became a desperate attempt to make sure that that didn't happen and that included attempts to try to find anybody surrounding the trump campaign who maybe have been to Russia so that it would be easier to justify getting a wire tap against those people through which they could capture president trump's communications and try to controversial life and and make sure that he didn't serve in an effective and complete president I think that's what we've seen that's why they targeted plan you remember president Obama met with president elect trump in the White House and before any of these conversations that when had with the Russian ambassador that were controversial before any of this happened president Obama reportedly told trump don't hire plan why do you think that is but I think it's pretty clear now based on again the documentary evidence that there was an effort when trump hired plan anyway to go after him and as the hand written notes of one department of justice official said do we want to get him to lie is that the goal so that we can get him fired or getting prosecuted math exactly what it appears they did so Cheryl take me through the the argument or the back and forth of the president knew about this the president didn't know about this and and why that's important these these meetings the president was involved in which meetings here talking about sorry the meetings the meetings at the White House where you know I think was clapper said No Way didn't inform the president president didn't know anything about this and we now find out that they did have a meeting and they were talking about the FBI investigation was coming to an end and he said no keep it open keep it going our president Obama I'm sorry I was thinking press yes I'll yes Sir not risen from about I have not done into that yet so I just don't have any particular inside but the question that's been raised by the new information that's coming out three to four years later by the way after we should have had at the public information in my view it goes to the heart of potential criminal wrongdoing and national security but this was kept hidden even by people working for president trump for the past couple of years until now but what we're getting at the heart of now is how high up this went there's been a a steady stream of documentation from the inspector general and documents and congressional inquiry as to the participation and wrongdoing including in the foreign intelligence surveillance court improper wire taps by FBI officials the doctoring of a document by an FBI lawyer well we we know all that now but how high did it go did all of this happened sort of under the radar without the top it's already snowing or did president Obama their role in helping to direct benefit his top national security adviser and officials what role did they play I think we're finally getting at the heart of some of some of those questions and I would tell you that in general it it it defies credulity to think that all of this was being done at that level the way it was being done without the knowledge of top officials so what were they when you said Flynn wanted to go Obama would respond now the guy's a racist I didn't like the way he was he spoke about Islam its entrance after what one of the bodies that Flynn would have known that that bill Obama didn't want uncovered well I'll take a couple of things I know about him this would be for two thousand sixteen to my sources in the intelligence community I knew that they were wiretapping political figures and journalists not just me other people a lot of people improperly and I would say illegally being monitored perhaps blackmailed or at least leverage used over people you know they knew they were being monitor had been monitored need to really big things that I think it's been going on for years Edward Snowden revealed some of this some of it we little little bit we found out about with revelations about the Obama administration getting subpoenas against Associated Press and that sort of thing but I think a far greater danger they were more under the table efforts not even legal subpoenas that were being secretly you know given against the press I think there were a lot more shenanigans being conducted insider intelligence agency for the past fifteen years and top people Brennan and clapper head of the the director of national intelligence and head of the CIA on multiple occasions that I've documented on a timeline and Cheryl I can dot com provided false information to Congress they were part of spying on the Senate intelligence committee but then providing misleading information when asked about it and having to alternately admit it and apologize and if you think about it it almost start that when you look at the timeline look like they were spying on practically everybody who weren't they sign on this is not allowed under our constitution and in our country and I think when you a lot about a lot of that and going into two thousand sixteen I was told this was one thing that many people inside the intelligence community the bad actors not the good actors but something that they feared so this is the worst case scenario I think for all Americans I don't care if you're left or right I don't care if you love Obama or love trump it doesn't matter this is awful and leads us into a completely dystopian world it do you believe there's enough there and are there any journalists out there that are part of the mainstream this will affect enough to where they will say we've got to put partisan politics aside this has to be uncovered I just think a lot of the deep diggers who would view things that way and just go where the facts lead that's not being done and a lot of the mainstream news organizations anymore they're just taking hand out propaganda or comments from anonymous sources on one side or the other and publishing that that's not a lot of real work from digging going into this this takes real work I've seen people like when Greenwald of the intercept and a couple of other places including some left leaning publications that have actually gone deep because their interest lies in an intersection some cases with the interests of the right where these privacy invasions have happened no matter who's committing them or these constitutional violations I have seen some deep digging but it's not being done at but I guess you would call the traditional mainstream outlets all right want to continue my conversation with Cheryl Atkinson here in just a second you finder at full measure dot news and I want to go over this the easing piece that she wrote the media mistakes in the trump area of the definitive list and it is remarkable when you look at it go through some of the highlights here in just a second sure I can send will continue.

Emmy Award Congress Benghazi
"emmy award" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

All's Fair with Laura Wasser

08:27 min | 4 months ago

"emmy award" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

"Our show is about every kind of relationship. Even the ones we watch on television and in the movies particularly those today we're speaking about relationships on TV and the new romantic comedy series on ABC called the baker and the beauty. Our guest is the witty and Brilliant Series Regular Emmy Award winning actor, Dan Dickinson Sqi. Dan, what are some of your favorite shows streaming now and on TV about relationships. Well. That's funny. You should say about relationships because a lot of the shows that I am drawn to are not about relationships, because I'm in one because I live in one, and because it's, it's a daunting task every day to navigate marriage and parenthood, and so I- oddly enough. I wanted fantasy. Come home and I either WanNa watch a documentary series or reality show I, do love. I'm just starting to watch. Believe it or not I'm late. Late to the Shit's creek of it all, but so brilliant allowed so funny and so wild like you know people are so afraid of broad comedy. I was a huge huge Carol Burnett fan growing up, and not that it's as broad as that, but you do I mean comedy is comedy, and it's funny for a reason will, and grace is hilarious because it goes there. You kind of want to go there and comedy blasting I do love watching. Oh, yes, she's creek goes. There are sure. I'm now obsessed with this. Netflix documentary series called love is blind. have. You seen it now but I. Heard about is crazy. It's crazy. It's a social experiment where people you know. The Bachelor whether you love it or not is a show that is very specific to a particular kind of man, a particular kind of woman that want to play that out. With cameras rolling and in front of each other, and it's it turns into its own kind of social experiment. Yes, this one has everything to do with whether or not people can find their soulmates without ever seeing them in toll. They've committed okay, and so they've these day after day after day there in these little pods separated only by a very thin glass, and they have conversations across that glass day after day after day, whether they and they and they get drawn to people purely out of the tone of voice and the conversation that and the things that are being said, and it is amazing how we the viewer see people. We know what they look like so like don't do it. Ugly ugly. Hot But exactly she is biting offered. She's a her. She's cutting. She's pulling on her hair. This has no eyebrows and screaming. The truth is what are they honest not about their aesthetics, but like again if they were cutter or like, they were picking their eyebrows, or whatever I mean, are they at least portraying themselves because those are those are serious issue. Trying to make light by the way of A. Notice or whatever those elements are those are serious issues. My point is only that Dan. Kinski hater I'm a hater. Anybody hasn't OCD. I've washed my hands. Thirty five times. no I I. Think First of all look. We don't know these people to some degree. You can always ask anybody who signed on the dotted line to be on a show where they're going to be filmed. Right that you know there are some part of you. That wanted to play this out on on it with cameras rolling right so that is instantly shink. Chink in their armor as far as I'm concerned that said people are unbelievably revealing when and what's. Know when they cannot be seen when they're not being judged by their. is the thought like being in a confessional? Think about that, you only see the. Does feel that way, and it's very quick that these people start to reveal themselves in a way that you know some of them have game, and they're trying to be charming, and you can tell, and some of them become a emotional about what they're talking about. I guess when you have nothing else to drawn like the expression on your face or what you think, your hair looks like are granted. All of them are looking pretty good, because they know they're being filmed. So and there's also the casting process. Of course, these people were put together for a reason, but I have watched many of them very quickly back to back and I. Find it fascinating and the period of the first five to six days. Not to give anything away, several of them become engaged. And wants somebody who proposes and the other person accepts the proposal. They see each other for the first time, and it's a it's a big reveal. And then what so why would somebody do this? They're just. Get married really, WANNA get married. It's hard out there Laura. It's pair. Of listened to look when you marry some ugly person that you madam to hide well just depends on where you're values aren't clearly Laura. We show. We know where yours do they ask like? Do they say like? What's your financial situation like not on camera? No I haven't seen that. Okay you. Just like them like they talk about how important family is to them. Some of them keep things out. The Salads, what do they look at how much they harassed? Swipe left. Guess, what you are not someone for this show. I'm just GONNA go out on a limb and say you want to be on the show where I want. A little more slowly than I WANNA see a tax return and the picture and I'm good to go. These is for people who don't want that. and. Where's the balance? If you've got a plan, you can be a little sort. Put it that way all right. You know honest. She's honest honest. I can't help you because this show is going to be about people that you don't necessarily know how much they make. What they look like. But I'll watch. It is very interesting to watch, and we're not done with it yet, but anyway this is something that my husband and I are now sort of obsessed with and oddly enough. I've been trying to get my husband to go in a couple of therapy with me for twenty eight years, and not into it, but I'm watching couples therapy. Showtime! Right, he doesn't believe in marriage. So what's the point and so when? Couples, therapy watch that show. For sure not going and by the way I watched the show, so we're good, right you. Know. He loves that therapist so much like. Let's try to get an appointment with her I'm like you just WanNa meet her. We also saw cheer. which everyone's obsessed with? With her two. so I've been watching a lot of docs series and a lot of I. Guess we'll cheers. Cheers has kind of like a relationship component to it as well goes back to the question. This show is about friendship. It's about you know. All kinds of relationships parenthood us all of that and I think cheer is genius Yes that show, and what that that cheerleading group, yes, and the coach and the kind of family that they are able to create Goenawan another. Many times for those kids out of a lack of family situation in real life, it's so touching they're also famous now that I wonder how it's going to impact the future of of that show, but that is a really worthwhile Docu series to watch. Scripted wise, we binged succession fascinating family show but you know we're not watching with exception of couples therapy. Clearly, we wanna see things that are you know? People who are worse off than we are? Is really the goal right Nothing better to feel thin and to watch people who are. Way. Yes obsessed with that show by the way Do you remember the show again? It was a long time ago, but it came on after the bachelor. Maybe before called. Who wants to marry my dad? Oh, my God. This was such a good show, and this was kids that would put together their dad that there would be like a bachelor. There was like three contestants whatever that would come on kind of like the dating game, but it didn't happen on the stage. And, it was always like an older man like you know fifties or sixties older. When I was getting my. God. They're so old. Dad. Do Multiple seasons because. It did it definitely did? Do you remember the other flake show called? Are, you hot or not, yes! was another one in the early days of reality seriously I mean we've really hit an all time low and I'm a writer too I. Write for television like I'm always trying to write scripted shows I write fiction so I should watch a lot more of it, but I sort of escape profit then. I'll get that all right. Let's talk about your instagram by. We see that you were supporting the..

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"emmy award" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

All's Fair with Laura Wasser

05:05 min | 4 months ago

"emmy award" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

"All's Fair in love and war. Our show is about every kind of relationship. Even the ones we watch on television and in the movies particularly those today we're speaking about relationships on TV and the new romantic comedy series on ABC called the baker and the beauty. Our guest is the witty and Brilliant Series Regular Emmy Award winning actor, Dan Dickinson Sqi. Dan, what are some of your favorite shows streaming now and on TV about relationships. Well. That's funny. You should say about relationships because a lot of the shows that I am drawn to are not about relationships, because I'm in one because I live in one, and because it's, it's a daunting task every day to navigate marriage and parenthood, and so I- oddly enough. I wanted fantasy. Come home and I either WanNa watch a documentary series or reality show I, do love. I'm just starting to watch. Believe it or not I'm late. Late to the Shit's creek of it all, but so brilliant allowed so funny and so wild like you know people are so afraid of broad comedy. I was a huge huge Carol Burnett fan growing up, and not that it's as broad as that, but you do I mean comedy is comedy, and it's funny for a reason will, and grace is hilarious because it goes there. You kind of want to go there and comedy blasting I do love watching. Oh, yes, she's creek goes. There are sure. I'm now obsessed with this. Netflix documentary series called love is blind. have. You seen it now but I. Heard about is crazy. It's crazy. It's a social experiment where people you know. The Bachelor whether you love it or not is a show that is very specific to a particular kind of man, a particular kind of woman that want to play that out. With cameras rolling and in front of each other, and it's it turns into its own kind of social experiment. Yes, this one has everything to do with whether or not people can find their soulmates without ever seeing them in toll. They've committed okay, and so they've these day after day after day there in these little pods separated only by a very thin glass, and they have conversations across that glass day after day after day, whether they and they and they get drawn to people purely out of the tone of voice and the conversation that and the things that are being said, and it is amazing how we the viewer see people. We know what they look like so like don't do it. Ugly ugly. Hot But exactly she is biting offered..

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"emmy award" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

All's Fair with Laura Wasser

09:16 min | 4 months ago

"emmy award" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

"Life used to be pretty normal and then everything changed. Daniel has a date with no Hamilton. Here Bay cuff but we worked. She's a celebrity us. Don't live in the real world I want. One of my parents have magic. Is it always like this same? Hana relationship everything and don't get even microseconds a restaurant. There was something about him. Don't talk to me talk to her. She likes you. Baker in the beauty sewage premiered Monday April thirteenth on. Abc The bigger and the beauty for me or Monday April thirteenth on ABC so ABC's pushing this. I actually saw a clip of it last night. As part of the bachelor finale with Yes yes did. I hear an accent on her. She's from Australia. She's from Australia and And he's and he's Cuban. Cuban American family and the cast is is all Latino. I mean she Her Mom was Peruvian. My parents are Argentinian. Did nothing that speak Spanish on that set our crews we were shooting in Puerto Rico. It was kind of magical in that respect. We really immersed ourselves in Latin culture. The show is so is such a sweet and grounded realistic. Look at a family in a Cuban American family in in Miami and food plays a role in the show as well. It does. I mean the bakery is a big part of that world and the cast David. Del Rio is the brother. And Lisa dolls the mom and Carlos Gomez is the DAD and beliefs. Escobar though I mean these are such amazing actors and I was never in scenes with them. I mean my stuff is really in the world of Hamilton but the family dynamic is so infectious and fantastic and it. It's there's a vibe that comes off of this show that I think will be unbelievably Infectious for people to watch this was originally an Israeli series. They brought it over from this. Very successful Israelis Israeli format called the beauty and the baker. And it's still on and in fact it's on Amazon if people wanted to just sort of. Get a sneak. Peek of what the world is. The Israeli version is on Amazon. A side plaguing their version of it. But it's very similar in that world that takes place in Israel and it's really about this Yemenite Baker family in Tel Aviv and this gorgeous model and how the baker in the family winds up falling in love with her and and It's a format that just feels romantic in the Notting Hill. Kind of but the family comedy blended into it is kind of what makes it feel like we're reinventing genre right which is lovely in a way. I think you can attest this. I was married to a Cuban briefly but I'm still friends with his family where I think. The Jews and the Cubans super similar super similar a lot of passion. A lot of no holding back. No hold number correct. Things get discussed shit goes down and it's sort of what the currency is of this show So we'll see where we're very excited about it and it's going to be on ten o'clock on Monday nights on ABC. I love it. I did want to say that you had a recurring role as the president's chief of staff on the ABC Drama Series Scandal. The husband of the chief of staff the husband the husband of the chief rash on scandal. Most people will know me as James Novak from scandal and it was a life changing Fateh. Emmy I congratulate saying it was a life changing experience being on that show and career certainly career changing Shonda rhimes I had met. I guess when I did an episode of Grey's anatomy I then went onto write on the writing staff of Grey's anatomy and around that time I was offered this part as the husband of the chief-of-staff no one at the time. The show premiered an even. The actor didn't realize that his character was gay which I think is he met yes. I'm into Leamington until you meet me. The title of my talk but it was kind of a fantastic way of introducing information. That should be matter of fact anyway and it it I thought it was GONNA be a couple of episodes. It wound up being close to thirty and it was. I will never forget it. I love that okay. And then you've also got a partnership With Lisa Kudrow for seventeen years. Yeah tell us a little bit about that about the comeback and then web therapy which your husband directed correct. We we listen. I started this company years ago. She was still. I think it was the last couple of years of friends We are Producing partners And over the years we have made and developed a bunch of different pilots. We currently continue to produce our passion project which is a documentary series called. Who Do you think you are which traces the genealogy genealogical journeys for prominent people? We've done you know ten seasons almost And we are returning to NBC this year. Which is where we got our start. It's kind of unprecedented. We started at NBC. We got nominated for an emmy and then moved onto. Tlc got nominated for a few more and then after are run on. Tlc We have been asked back NBC. And it's going to be an amazing return and Leeson I produce that we produce the comeback. Hbo Cult Favorite. And I was in as well and is a favourite from so many one of my favorite shows on television of all time. I mean she's just phenomenal. And if you haven't seen the comeback season one was in two thousand five season two nine years later holds up is just as good And Don and and my husband on and Lisa knew have known each other and collaborated on several. She's been the star of at least three of the movies that he's written directed and and we've been very very good friends for many many many years and and in the early days of our collaboration we started a show called web therapy. Which wound up doing four seasons on showtime And has just over one hundred amazing stars. Who lent their talents in this improvisational comedy with a therapist? Who's not worth? I mean she's the worst therapists Larry and I let her also online. Yes that you were really ahead of your time. I mean we have a website called. It's over easy. Yeah where we do a ton of stuff. Online people can get divorced online people. Yeah Information about therapy mental health. All that in the back of my mind this whole time has been your show. Yeah well web therapy at the time. It was two thousand eight like they were very very few things happening. I mean a lot of businesses happening online but but web series. The notion of doing a web series was always a bunch of pilots. That didn't go. That got caught up into little pieces and lease it was like. Wouldn't it be great to do something funny? That is actually lives online. Like people are doing so many things online that they do in real life. Wouldn't the stupidest thing to do online? Is Three Minute therapy during your lunch? Break at work and so she's and then we started talking next on clubby correct. Exactly by the way had quit. Been around in those days. We probably would quickly. But we were lucky enough to make this show for the web. And then we were able to repurpose it into half hours for showtime for Four Seasons And had Meryl Streep on and Meg Ryan Steve. Corral and CONAN. O'brien and Julia. Louis Dreyfus. I mean this is amazing. It and everyone is so unbelievably funny on the show. And my husband. Don was masterful at directing Improv way. Which is not easy to do We're very proud of that one. That's awesome and then speaking of groundbreaking was Mary me which is an NBC show. And you and Tim Meadows. Play the Kevin's which are gay. Dads Anne yes. That was and that was a couple of seasons. Was that one of just one. But it was so much. Fun David. Cass was the writer. And he's so talented. And Casey Wilson played our daughter Right And Yeah we were an interracial gay. Couple of Ah Daughter getting married and it was some of the most fun I've had on TV and your names are both Kevin Cabinet. We have the Ron's that live across the street from my God it's more and my husband's Amazon's people like you guys are done. Dan and every time we introduce ourselves to anybody they're like. Oh my God that's funny. You're done and Dan and we're like we are but it happens more times. Certainly when you're gay ever would want actually. When I was a baby attorney my farm has always done same sex cases even before there was divorced. There's a lot of cohabitation and there were a lot of palimony cases but I had an older partner and whenever we represented him sex couples he just could not. He couldn't get their names straight. He would always call our client. The opposing party side which was really annoying to apply and they would always say like can you paying you about seven hundred and fifty dollars. Our Name Right. Hey keep calling me his name when I fucking hate him right now and he's trying to take all my money. The were side. Are you on the.

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"emmy award" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

All's Fair with Laura Wasser

02:20 min | 4 months ago

"emmy award" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

"Just take the pieces off. The wing tipped pads. How long did that last though you tell me? She's wearing tampons now. She is she is could come over. And that's how important this is to me because when I went to boarding school I had to bunk with an banquet but live in a building with a think. Twelve other women maybe right and so we're all sixteen and when women live together they all start menstruating at the same time only me and the other young lady that was from Princeton New Jersey were wearing tampons and I think we were the only ones that were not virgins at the time and these girls had been told by their parents if you bought a Tampon and you're no longer a virgin so we've quickly disabused them. Not because all of those pads sitting around at the same time was fucking disgusting. So we said we're having a meeting. Look at Johnny eating. It's how to use a Tampon. And they said we will come to that meeting. We will listen to you. Assuming what you're telling us is true that we're not losing over Jimmy. But you also have to tell us how to get blow jobs. That was the quid pro quo. Adrian did that because I've never been so great at giving blow jobs but everybody everybody one put it that way. That sounds amazing. The guys won a Lotta guys want of the girls one but I can tell you right now. I will never ever ever be teaching my daughter appropriate. I mean I think there are other places you can go. She figures out working. Stay tune everybody because in the second half of this show trailer voice for that please. Coming up a all right. Johnny wants to move on his most avid fans remember him as the writer producer and star of the hit indie romantic comedy. All over the guy. I do remember that from two thousand one starred as what was the character. Arthur in Second Act opposite Jaylo and you play facinia southern preppy who has an MBA from Duke and worked with Lopez Character at Value Club as a team. Builder actually just saw that. Probably on the airplane is that it was on the scene a on the airplane. Yes it's a great fan. So is this. We found it was a lot of fun. You also appeared in the Post. Starring Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks and under the Tuscan Sun and the opposite of sex. A wide panoply.

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"emmy award" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

All's Fair with Laura Wasser

04:22 min | 4 months ago

"emmy award" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

"Unfortunately they to your point, which we were just in San Diego for a birthday, and we're walking down the street and I put my arm around him so casually because like you said we live in this bubble, and somebody drove by and yelled fag. Yeah, which doesn't exist. Orange County. I know you don't forget that that's something that can happen. That's why you don't don't ever. Take your your spouse's hand. I don't em- private or in public or put your arm around your spouse. There's no reason for it. That's what marriage is for. It's to never touched another person now I've just I've only learned that having been in it for twenty eight years, but there's nothing better. Better than being able to just own your own body, and not have to ever touch another one. I I have another question and again I can't even believe. I'm asking it, but when you were talking about legally and wanting and practicality, I noticed you never mentioned God. Does God or religion come into the equation of this marriage family situation at all? No, I have married an atheist, okay? A staunch and devout. Atheist! And I grew up Jewish but fairly. Reform. A Bar Mitzvah I take the kids once a year at high holidays. We pass over every year. Don Very open to us. At least continuing the traditions that were important to me. we celebrate Easter God is doesn't come into the equation. Okay, you know, and there are times when I sort of regret that and there are times lately in particular because I've got teens now where I think Catholic school would be a really good thing for them to learn. I don't know if you could just opt into that. Dan Yes I'm sure that what I've heard through the grapevine that especially in Catholic in the Catholic sect, yes. Anyway they have open There's a lot of empty slots these days. Yes No God who isn't really a part of the equation and Don wh- is very atheist, and so we don't talk about the lack of existence of God in our house. We certainly have left it open for the kids to sort of find it if they want to down the line, but they can't even find their shoes right. Away way down and God's. Really tough all so you wrote a book in Thirteen, twelve thirteen through love the title..

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"emmy award" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

All's Fair with Laura Wasser

11:31 min | 4 months ago

"emmy award" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

"That seen it gets me every time I actually like tear up. It's refreshing to know that even after doing thousands of divorces. You're still a softy. When it comes to love this is true. You'd think I'd be more jaded but part of the reason I do. What I do is for the realizations and reflections. I get working with clients and how that allows me to have new impressions regarding love and all of its forms. Relationships make the best content. I mean from the movie marriage story to this podcast or insights blog on. It's over easy. Relationships make good story. I guess that's why the Bachelor still around though it didn't make esquire's list of the best shows of two thousand twenty a little bit curious about esquire's list of the best shows a twenty twenty because some of them don't really seem to me to have that much to do with relationships but in event. I mean Shits Creek Awesome. Jazz totally does and how those family are amazing. And how their circumstances change how they all relate to each other? Yeah and then. That show on Netflix. The circle I mean that takes dating relationships in a whole new direction. My Kids Binge. Watch that on spring break. I do not understand the good place hunters on Amazon which I've heard is amazing and the outsider on. Hbo which I binge watched. I don't know how much that has to do with relationships though but anyway it was awesome. Esquire says those shows are the best on TV so far but stay tuned. Because today we're going to give you a sneak peek of you'll be loving next and tell us all about it. Let me introduce you to our guests. He is the Emmy Award winning after. You've seen on the big screen and the small screen. He's also a writer producer and bestselling author. Whose book about parenting is one of the funniest memoirs of all time. He's a data has been a client of our great friend of the show manager. Mark Armstrong welcome to all's fair Dan Bucatini Sqi Janis. Big Fan of the shoutout. If you haven't out tomorrow. Marc Armstrong all right. So Dan this show as you know about relationships and human nature and all that and I was thinking about it this morning we have not had johnny a Dad Dad parents. No I am honored so give join us. Is this your first episode? Ever if I'm the first basically now. Now here's the first of this came. Crashing has a sexual husband. Dan You are the first okay. Thanks Yeah Premiere episode so okay. Dan Tell us a little bit about you. I would not have known this based on the name your Argentinian. Well Jewish yes. Okay Yeah Leo and medium. Julio and Myriam Shalom. Thank you exactly. Those are the the most Jewish name she actually. My Mom's name was Maria at the time that their families immigrated to Argentina wages their parents from eastern Europe which is how that happened not so popular to be Jewish not so popular show and it's a Catholic country and so everybody had to have a Latino Berge name okay so all the Jews of Argentina for the most part we all have the funniest. It's so funny because it's a phys- timing yeah gooky. Julio Book Attend Ski Bob Logbook Itunes Scaling. All the first names are Latin. Names we now and Schanberg right you know. So there's you know the Argentinian Jews. Because they sound like Pedro and Pablo and Julio and Ramon and their last as their big Arjun Jewish Argentinian community. There is I mean. I will say that at the time in the nineteen thirties and nineteen forties when eastern Europe was shit. Show me more than Mo. The country is now more than the world is right. There was only open at immigration in New York City and in Uruguay and Argentina. So a lot. A LOT OF EASTERN EUROPEAN JEWS WOUND UP in South America at that time then ironically right after World War. Two A lot of the Nazis escaped Georgian Tina so talk about like a melting pot. You wind up in Tina with all of these hiding Nazis as well as the the Jews who escaped not to Nazis hiding in the United States to the TV show were just talking about her. Is that it's amazing and we're growing some of our own which is exciting. Hey so you went to Vassar again in two thousand eight you married. Don Your husband right. I met Don in one thousand nine hundred ninety two so we've been together for a very long time right. I like to say I was ten when we look good. Okay yes but we. I was in my twenty s and we met. Twenty eight years ago. Say during you had that little four-month window when we allowed same sex. Yes time in California and you rushed to the we did also I mean don was always very anti marriage. Fat always always always but then we had kids. We adopted kids not as a married couple and then it became legal to be married as a gay couple and it felt really wrong that in the window where we could have gotten married to the narrative to tell our kids that yeah we had the chance to get married we just for us. So did you suspect that it was not gonNA pass. No I didn't Johnny has has been got married during that same time window. Yeah I mean it was a period of time where you ran to. You took the opportunity while you still could and we did. We got married on in our house. It wasn't a wedding really. It was just us and our kids babysitter and Tom Arnold. I know Tom Southmead officiated. Your wedding is that right did I did Janis twice twice. We'll we'd had the commitment ceremony in two thousand and two and then in that window and eight. Got Civil. Yeah On Halloween and then had like a little ceremony ceremony. So let me ask you this okay. Because I I'm I'm not anti marriage but I have two kids and I wasn't married to either of their dads and it was not important to any of us at it one of those things and I have many gay friend? I've actually officiated a couple of same sex weddings because I give good wedding But I've asked why is it so important is this like why does the dog liquids balls is because we can and so. You WanNa do that. You like that. Analogy down to serious going downhill very early on. It's because gay. Dads lick their balls and so just to try to make it all come full circle because they can right no. It's a very good question. And it's a personal one. It really just depends. It felt like if if you if you look at marriage as the creation of family which you may or may not down. But you okay. We'd you know getting together with Don when we did. We always sort of talked about and I was younger than dawn but one of the things he always said to me which I really stayed with me. He was not a guy who when we met was interested in marriage. He was like the notion of having to commit to somebody for the rest of your life now in front of a lot of people just to hold you. Accountable feel so wrong. Which now in hindsight it makes a lot of sense right. He was saying that he was like. I think you're committed to somebody you you sort of in a way. Commit to being with them today and then you treat tomorrow as a new today and every day you sort of make that decision maybe not consciously every single day. Good Morning I'm committed to today. You don't have to say that but almost every day you wake up relationships needed to start your day with the commitment but in a way you know building a relationship you don't think about what forever means it's huge and it's not something that was of course none of us know what's the next day is going to bring so the notion there's no better testament to wanting to stay with someone then to wake up every day. Just decide that day that you're still together right for that day and then you look back and you realize that you've accrued twelve years of today's and that's so much more romantic than stating twelve years ago. That in twelve years told a bunch of people in front of a lot of people in a legal document. I'm committed to it then. I don't have a choice. That is less romantic. That said were together for ten eleven years before. Having kids was even something that we decided to do. Okay and when we did you know. In addition to sort of becoming a family of two we were becoming a family of three and then grew a family of four and it felt at that point that for us to and again. It's a decision to Appear Integrate Assimilate in a way that felt little bit of normalcy right or our kids. Say who have two days and there's no mon-. There's already a lot to explain to the world that the more we resembled the conventional family and the more we explain to them later in life that you know when we had the opportunity to marry legally we wanted to form a legal family that included US being legally married couple and so it really was about that it wasn't it wasn't sore fairy tale and romantic. Because here's the thing I have to ask myself why I got married almost every day. Well may maybe as morning artist problem is that I'm I'm now you know having to remind myself way married so I I better be able to sell it good to my daughter at the time that I do. But no don doesn't wear a ring because he doesn't like wearing jewelry and I always feel like just weird anyway like it's good for the kids to look across the table. They're not going to see as touching each other or hugging each other or kissing each other looking lovingly into each other's eyes. That's over twenty eight years it's all. It's all shorthanded. Exactly it's like oh not now making lunch. You know what I mean. It's that kind of thing. So if they're not going to see that at least like this gold band on your finger is a symbol. That's what I think. They don't need to see it rang in order to is like the soap gets caught in the ring. And it's all very practical things just about practicality and I think that even are getting married in a way was about taking an opportunity that would make the formation of our family something that felt practical and make our kids lives easier when they had to listen to their friends. Talk about their married pants. No I definitely I I know my kids. You know have because their parents were never married. That's always been something that they've had to explain not a big deal but just like that's something that they've had to explain Do Your have your kids ever gotten towns to me based on the schools and where we all live probably not but if they ever gotten a hard time about the fact that they have two DADS. I can only remember recently. There is a kid at the I think it was. The beginning of this year was the first time that some kid who was a bit of a bully and has a lot of problems as it is was sort of looking for things to bug kids. Now which is really what. Billy's are all about trying to find a button and they push it right and I think that there was a moment.

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"emmy award" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

All's Fair with Laura Wasser

05:40 min | 4 months ago

"emmy award" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

"That seen. It gets me every time. I actually like tear up. It's refreshing to know that even after doing thousands of divorces, you're still a softy. When it comes to love, this is true. You'd think I'd be more jaded, but part of the reason I do. What I do is for the realizations and reflections I get working with clients, and how that allows me to have new impressions regarding love and all of its forms relationships make the best content I mean from the movie marriage story to this podcast or insights blog on, it's over. Easy relationships make good story. I guess that's why the Bachelor. Still around, though it didn't make esquire's list of the best shows of two thousand twenty. A little bit curious about esquire's list of the best shows a twenty twenty, because some of them don't really seem to me to have that much to do with relationships, but in event I mean shits. Creek awesome jazz totally does and how those family are amazing, and how their circumstances change how they all relate to each other. Yeah, and then that show on Netflix. The circle I mean that takes dating relationships in a whole new direction. My Kids Binge Watch that on spring break I. Do not understand the good place. Hunters on Amazon, which I've heard is amazing and the outsider on HBO which I Binge Watch. I don't know how much that has to do with. With relationships, though, but anyway it was awesome. Esquire says those shows are the best on TV so far, but stay tuned because today we're going to give you a sneak. Peek of you'll be loving. Next and tell us all about it. Let me introduce you to our guests. He is the Emmy Award winning after you've seen on the big screen and the small screen, he's also a writer producer and bestselling author whose book about parenting is one of the funniest memoirs of all time he's a data has been a client of our great friend of the show manager Mark Armstrong welcome to all's fair. Dan Bucatini Sqi Janis big fan of the shoutout if you haven't. Out Tomorrow Mark Armstrong all right so Dan. This show as you know about relationships and human nature, and all that and I was thinking about it this morning. We have not had johnny a dad. Dad Parents know where the first. Honored so? Give join us. Is this your first episode ever? If I'm the I basically now now. Here's the first of this. Kim Kardashian has A. Sexual husband. It Dan. You are the first. Okay, thank you. Yeah, Premiere episode, so Okay Dan, tell us a little bit about you. I would not have known this based on the name your Argentinian well Jewish. Yes, okay, Yeah Leo and medium Julio and Myriam Shallow. Thank you exactly those are the the most, Jewish name she actually. My Mom's name was Maria. At the time, the their families immigrated to Argentina wages. Their parents from Eastern Europe, which is how that happened not so popular to be Jewish not so popular show, and it's a Catholic country, and so everybody had to have A. Latino Berge name okay so all the Jews of Argentina for the most part we. All have the funniest. It's so funny because it's like. Timing Yeah Gooky. COOLIO book attend ski. Pablo Bucatini scaling first names Latin names we now and Schanberg right. You know so. There's you know the Argentinian Jews because they sound like Bedroo- and Pablo and Julio and Ramon and their last. As there big Arjun Jewish Argentinian community, there is I mean I will say that at the time in the nineteen thirties and nineteen forties when eastern Europe was shit show. Me More than Mo, the country is now more than the world is right. There was only open at immigration in new. York City, and in Uruguay and Argentina so a lot a lot of eastern European Jews wound up in South America at that time, then ironically right after World War Two. A lot of the Nazis escaped at Your Tina so talk about like. Pot you wind up in. Tina with all of these hiding Nazis as well as the the Jews who escaped not to. Nazis hiding in the United States to the TV show were just talking about her is. That it's amazing, and we're growing some of our own, which is exciting. Hey. You went to Vassar again in two thousand eight. You married. Don Your husband. Right? I met Don in one thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety two, so we've been together for. A very long time right? I like to say I was ten when we. Look good, okay, yes, but we. I was in my twenties and we met Twenty eight years ago. Say during you had that little four-month window when we allowed same sex. Yes, time in California and you rushed to. The we did also don was always very anti marriage fat, always always always, but then we had kids. We adopted kids not as a married couple, and then it became legal to be married as a gay couple, and it felt really wrong that in the window where we could have gotten married to the narrative to tell our kids that yeah, we had the chance to get married. We just for us. So. Did you suspect that it was not gonNa Pass No. I didn't Johnny has has been got married during that same same window. Yeah, I mean it was a period of time where you ran to. You took the opportunity while you still could, and we did. We got married on in our house. It wasn't a wedding. Really. It was just and our kids babysitter and Tom Arnold. I know Tom Southmead..

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Regina A. Mason: Searching for William E. Grimes

In Black America

09:32 min | 5 months ago

Regina A. Mason: Searching for William E. Grimes

"Jimmy Mason is a remarkable woman. She spent fifteen years of a life researching alive for great great. Great Grandfather William Grimes with nothing to go on the connection to the underground railroad. She spent countless hours in libraries reading books. Looking at Michael Film and Census Records Grind was changes. Oh when he was sold away from the arms of grieving mother to a far plantation hair grew up friendless and mother list apparently no surrogate slave family or loved ones to embrace him. No one even to look after him. Grimes was the first person to go through slavery in the South and write about it. This was the first time cousin. Slavery exposed onto the spectrum of one who had lived in and he was the first author to write about the harsh realities of the north. Despite the narrative of his big F- freedom land. Recently in Black America spoke with China rant to produce of Gina's journey the site for William Grimes and Regina e Mason on today's program. We conclude our conversation and so my co-producer contacted his agent his agency and they sent it over and to my astonishment he came back and was like I'll do it and it was more than a reasonable rate and which also made us faint and the next thing I was out in In Hollywood in in Melrose actually at his recording studio and and directing keep David in the booth which was mind blowing to say the least and he was astonished to see you know me and and and you know given my age and done and being an African American male to be directing this film so that that really made him happy when he saw that he just was was really blown away with it but he blessed the project came in. He did the most amazing work on it and it really just elevated genus story and Grind Story to a whole new level so we will be internally thankful to him for that and every once in a while I do have talks with them still. He's just a really good person and I think he's a studier of history. He's very big in the voice over world. He's an Emmy Award Winning Boys Actor. Who's done a ton of Ken? Burns documentaries so he was really into and this is his thing so I think he really enjoyed working on this project and we were better for Ms Mason ominously. This was labor intensive. This is way before Google and everything else. So what gave you that consistent drive to want wanting to complete this project William Grimes himself you know when you read his narrative all that. He endured life to the cruelty the abuse at every turn. He was reminded that he was nothing but he never bought into the status quo. In fact he defied the status quo. Every turn just the fact that he had the notion that he was capable of writing his own story without any assistance from white people speaks to who he was and how self assured he was so his example of perseverance and endurance gave me the will to to just carry on it. And see this per- This project to to the end and I'm speaking of the book project and I do have to say this once. I started digging into this story and realizing that no other scholars and really looked at it. In fact when I went looking for any body of research that was done on William Grimes it was so inaccurate and they were historians to just took liberty to to write about this man having not done any research whatsoever and then I came across the Work of Dr William L. Andrews scholar from UNC UNC Chapel Hill University of North Carolina Chapel Hill extraordinary expert on early African. American autobiography. I came across his book to tell of Free Story and he studies the slave narratives and included in his body of work which is sort of like the scholars Bible. Today he wrote about William Grimes not a whole lot more than I had found those about four pages of work and I needed to make sense of that genre of literature that I really knew nothing about so I reached out to him and he at the time was the only living collar who that who I could talk to and we sort of built a relationship every now and then I would send him information about what I found a William Grimes and he one day wrote me back and he says look the work you've done has to be preserved in some fashion or another then. He approached the idea of partnering to do a book. Because I knew that bill knew that I I wanted to bring this story to light this new scholarship that had never been done before on William grinds and he definitely was the right person because obviously he had studied grimes he had written about grinds and there was really no one else that I could associate myself with and he was the man when it came to early African American autobiography and so we partnered and We developed what we call all. What has been the authoritative edition of the life of William Grimes runaway slave? What was it like your feelings when you you read his narrative and then understood that your great great grandfather was just not an ordinary slave Well I WANNA say this William Grunt was an ordinary man. Who didn't extraordinary thing? I want to move to realize we may not have those narrative is out there. We may not be able to to. We can maybe able to find our ancestors who had been enslaved on In plantation records or slave inventories. And all you see our names sadly those voices we will never know their voice or their humanity because the story doesn't exist so to find this first person account of slavery and by the way we them grams. It's the first person of color to go through slavery in the south. Handle right about it so for the first time we got to hear about southern slavery from the perspective of the Sleigh and not from the slave owner himself so it's a different kind of storing. It's more authentic and true in terms of the experience so to recover this and then associate myself to this narrative. I realize that all of his virtues are inside of me so when you say William Grimes was not the ordinary slave he definitely speaks for those who didn't have a voice and I believe that. None of the slaves bought into the enslaved narrative that was supposed to be their destination and ultimately was their destination or a. Yes. I believe that they all had that will to be free. And and in their own circumstances they asserted whatever power they had in a rebellious way. And so to know though that William Grimes was able to make out of slavery and to tell his story is huge it is it's just incredibly empowering and I realized that again that his virtues existed me and he was my example every step of the way when I wanted to give up when I was faced with all kinds of closed doors I realized that he faced those same and he was told no over and over again but he found a way to get it done and so I I it brings me great. Pride that this enslaved man who never bought into the status quo live within

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"emmy award" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:21 min | 7 months ago

"emmy award" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The general had a show at I guess Cheryl at because of the Emmy Award winning investigative journalist and the person who of course host the send clear Sunday morning national TV program full measure just looking ahead here a bit all granted it's it's Tuesday night but any thoughts on what might be coming up on this coming Sunday yes we we're gonna look at some of the story behind the California wildfires there's a lot of back story that talks about the blackout the big power company there is putting for the throne amid all their other problems there and whether the power companies actually sort of turned a blind eye and wasted money looks plain with the power company have to do with the fires the story that might like even better considering this program I also have a couple of interviews why talk about the state of the flock I first interviewed congressman Bob two years ago he's someone who's fighting the swamp and I'm now checking back in within two years later to see if he felt any en route had been made under president trump I would do I want to including a report here from a Terry Moore on the fact that the house will vote to this coming day to formally send the articles of impeachment of the senators Terry during a capital breathing new York's Hakim Jeffrey said president trump deserve to be impeached by the house last month in America no one is above the law not even the president of the United States of America trump was impeached for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress in the investigation of the Ukraine scandal Jeffries called on the Senate to conduct a fair impeachment trial a fair trial involves witnesses and documents what is the president hiding from the American people Senate Republican leaders have made no commitments about witnesses and documents Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell call the impeachment case half baked but unfortunately no matter how irresponsible this is been have across the capital impeachment is not a political game and the United States Senate will not like one the colonel argue the Democrats have been aiming to impeach trump since they took control of the house I Terry Moore on Capitol Hill box on impeachment and where we are sharyl Attkisson let's get real I mean or any minds change regardless of what happens I think not at this point and it seems to me that president trump is more popular than ever particularly among his supporters and remains unpopular among his detractors I'm just not sure you know people really paying much attention I would I would suspect you are correct and we were beginning to see that trend even during the impeachment hearings before the house intelligence and judiciary committees to your knowledge are any have any of the people who have been involved in of what happened to you this illegal spy have any of them ever received any kind of discipline at work that is to say an admonishment a letter in their file indicated that this was was bad on your part yes there is one of the people were suing is a former secret service agent who were told what part of the team that was there the legal or illegal for bailing me and others he's in prison for other government corruption right now involving cyber practices and the dark Landon work that he was stealing from the government all right now did not do a sound a negative note but if you should fight this battle and there you get into the courts this time and you fight it out and regardless of the outcome it winds up before the Supreme Court if you lose then what and if the decision as and I I don't think that's a terribly unlikely outcome is entirely possible that with someone admitting he did it and what forensic proof that in the end someone says the case doesn't move forward to trial or get thrown out for technical reasons and then it's over but at least I'm trying to stay positive in terms of what I've been able to bring to light and bring information to members of Congress and the public and maybe something will come of it maybe they'll be at least a little harder for them to do it next time it's not an impossible have you become cynical yeah I think I I feel bad when you said you've noticed or the change in tone but when it comes to this case and how the courts operate it's hard not to be yeah it really is yeah of them fluidly if the I don't know how you do it in retrospect looking back on your life you're certainly carved out of field you've been immensely successful in that field had you to do it all again would you have chosen this path absolutely I mean despite the incident that happened in the battle I've been just an emperor lucky and energized by the career I've had and what I'm what I'm doing today is more on a more fulfilling than anything I've ever done without the full measure program in the writing that I do now I'm just led a charmed life I feel like very very happy very good please stay on the line will speak off there sharyl Attkisson in the award winning investigative journalist author of The New York Times bestsellers the smear and stone walled and G. accords was also the host.

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"emmy award" Discussed on Ringer Dish

Ringer Dish

10:22 min | 11 months ago

"emmy award" Discussed on Ringer Dish

"She had thought about it and also she is a performer and she landed that speech. It was great she she killed it also that show was so so much about like when verdon getting her do right so is Barry in line with the material fabulous great Michelle Williams angeline great and she was there with her best friend up now lovely as always alot the hostess show. This is like eight lows that we've just put into one because though I just would be a real all data yeah just the host Shannon's everyone the presented in try to do it was bad except for like my Rudolph presenters were over. Okay eight presenters at award shows are always some people have great bits. Things work some things. Don't it was the extra stuff that you have to the price you pay for watching award. Show is like being being an Improv show for half the time and it's tough and maybe we should rethink that right but all of the actual the skits and the the the things about how television is important and so I'm Bryan Cranston and I'M GONNA stand. I honestly thought he was doing a bit. I thought it was like a sarcastic thing where instead of doing traditional the intro is Bryan cranston standing up there and he was starting to start by saying some serious things about how important TV's and then it would like work. Its way into a joke about eventually the holidays are dumb but no it was just Bryan Cranston being like TV is so important it was really rough and before that Anthony Anderson I was like backstage running around. I need to save the EMMYS. I'm here the EMMYS. There's no host. He likes his mom's putting them into her purse. I laughed at that. I mean I'm a human being. It was actually his mom. I also was wondering that I don't have I told you it was just really bad and then like they went from there. The shortly thereafter there was a bit with Bob Newhart not being wax-figure and not being dead and it was really bad really really rough yeah. I don't know just take a HO. There's a real stink from this means for me that just sort of it did things work. If people presenter seemed confused used and also they did this weird thing where they would like announce the nominees and then bring out a presenter to announce the winner. I hate that a lot of sequencing was confusing. The sound cues were weird. We noted many times at the giant photo that was projected behind the winter as they spoke was bizarre. Particularly drome really unflattering yeah like if it's a dramatic moment it sure but like it's huge it's huge. I I mean not to be the hockey Matt Person In the room but there is an element to this of like wow it does reflect the state of TV and and that's not where everyone has different tastes in like different things went no. That's the hack thing this reflects the TV because no one has an idea what's going on. There is no one driving the car and it's they're throwing things against the wall and being like me would like to watch on this streaming service and maybe we'll get your attention this way and like what we bring the massing or people out on the thing for ten minutes unlike maybe that'll get your attention and then just the self-justification. TV's important TV's important TV's important we make fun of the Oscars Yeah for doing those montages all the time about the power of cinema like that's what they did tonight. Just like the power of television. It was not powerful powerful to me exactly a high every actor from Geena thrones. It received a nomination came out together and like around the ninety minute. Mark and the each got a few lines. It was incredibly awkward which is allow that was a low. It was definitely seemed like the one thing that the emmys new after this just gave is that they needed to get the game. Three people on scree grrrrrreat likes it so they had everyone except for brand who actually WanNa give this kid hollow point out onstage unfortunately not nominated which I suppose why he wasn't up there. That's why he wasn't Blake. theon was noticeable that he wasn't up there and everyone else allesandro was there less impact overall. I mean I know whatever and it was just really awkward. That was that was a low very confusing but each individual actor did get their own applause and the most host hardy loudest applause was girl Gwendolyn Christi Brianna Tar and that was also amazing itself submitted her emmy nomination because HBO didn't do it for God got it. Anyway showed up was four inches taller than everyone onstage crushed it. She's going to have a really really great career. I love her. I know that can Harrington just signed up for for a marvel movie but she's in Star Wars and she was in the hunger games. I I don't know other. She's in Star Wars anymore. I've learned about this week because I we never know we're like. I'm sorry to tell you sorry for the spoiler also Google double check that she'd have three premade franchise under her belt game with retiree into the Star Wars. She does her fine and that was a dope dope moment they also have the whole cast onstage for veep after after they lost me for. Dr Lead Loss. I was very nervous. That nervous is not really the word because I don't care but I I thought at some point that it meant a game of thrones was not going to win because I was like Oh they got veep and game of thrones casts on the stage because everybody wants to see them but they're we're not GonNa Win Best Comedy and Best Rama but I was wrong because the power of game of thrones is such that even emmy voters know that they need to vote for that ensures survival. Yes crazy crazy stuff. I will also note on the game of thrones cast. We were talking about where their significant others worked in seem like many of the actors brought Esso's Joe. Jonas asteroid does wife but that was the only time I like it a stag party one last night famous none of the famous significant Juliette you you know a significant other that he i. I really thought we were GONNA hit. Full my wife hat trick and it was close. It was the full name I just love them. I fucking love him. I fucking love her. I love them together. I just love them. They're my favorite ally couple all okay. I think they can finally an. La Couple again because the show is higher acceptance speech was just like we're so glad it's over. It's over yeah. Did we mention that it's always over really sorry sorry for being away for ten years. It's over over a game of thrones high when Paltrow's sitting behind the who she's sitting behind Amanda Clark yes possibly but this was during the when they were all she was not clapping for them and everyone else was standing up climbing which by the way so wild like the auditory thought that just the presence of the game or thrown casts meant that they all had to stand up and clap. That's where we are in. TV doesn't eighteen GWENDA through standing up but it was a real like was I in Spiderman moment right here. She raised what's happening. Why do we thought she looked like she was wearing Valentina. She did look great at the CA-. The general audience just looked super confused inboard. STI has lost. Everyone was just like what the Fuck Sean on here. Things did get weird from there. I mean fucking Ozark. I've cursed on this podcast but that's what happens when ozark takes home some really major prices are next low jose singing the in Memoriam for the like weirdly low end low budget photoshop slide show in Memoriam until they got like the last like six six famous people who decided to put their it was like you felt that the production values got better a day. What we love to hear the he went from still image do people well actually? I was big. There was like a key change in the CYNDI. Lauper Auburn really amped up at the end sort of like when they got when they got to the Luke Parry Peter Fonda actually pay Lipton Lipton had the first moving moving flint forward big differ just was a different situation very very very hard to imagine. Somebody else's willing to do it like having Halsey. Do It is tough did you so it looks like pink. No while we were watching this I wondered aloud who invented the in Memoriam segment like who's this great idea and kate a Halloween actually started. Did you find it. A wikipedia Page said that it started in the seventies. That was the most specific thing that I it sounds like some seventy some seventies low-budget nonsense that we still have to deal with okay yeah and now just become like both a joke and a hallmark arc of award shows. It's still get mad when people applied for some people and not for others. It's this. It doesn't mean anything to me. I'm sorry if it means something something to someone who who's Love was featured in Memoriam tonight. I'm generally sorry but I just I don't know. Maybe we could remember people better ways. Try LASI Halsey less sways. It was a real downer. Some highs unexpected drama winners billy porter and Jodi comber billy porter won for best actor for pose rose in a drama series and he came on stage at the category is love. Y'All have and that was just awesome. He's he's seems universally beloved. Yes I yeah I mean th energy is kind of so many people went on stage and we're not prepared or just like I'd like to thank my agent yeah. That's one thing thank your agents in private. Okay like think keep the magic of the award ceremony agents by giving them a percentage of your feet but you actually did agent. He was like my agent of twenty nine years. Person has been with me through a career that was not always successful as mom and that's good but just like thinking your agent for doing their damn job. You know that's their job. You pay them yeah. It's fine exactly the new pride of Liverpool Beatles to Jodi comber absolutely thrilling tonight for me personally. Thank you so much you were. It was very exciting to be in the room with you as this happened but you've heard call. I try to keep a cool. ooh. Yeah I try to keep it down. Give us a sense of what was going on the inside of us very happy. Okay thinking about all the Times that I watched killing even even like Dodie comber run me over with a car. It was very exciting. I was texting in Herman furiously might killing Uber Capitals US CO host. I like to think she played a part in this moment..

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"emmy award" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"emmy award" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Emmy award winning host and executive producer of watch what happens live, Andy Cohen and his dog. Wocka team up to encourage dog owners to join Purina's hashtag dog thanking movement. Now, Andy Cohen is an EMMY award winning host, producer and author best known as the host and executive producer of watch what happens live Bravo's late night. Interactive talk show series is the only live show in late night and features everyone from big names in pop culture, including Oprah Winfrey. Share lady Gaga Meryl Streep, Jennifer. Lopez will Ferrell N Jimmy Fallon. He also serves as executive producer of the real housewives franchise and hosting that works highly rated reunion specials in his ten years as executive at Bravo, he's responsible for shows like project runway. One of my favorite top chef queer eye, the millionaire, matchmaker workout, Kathy Griffin, my life on the d list, the A-List. Awards and many others. I wanna welcome to the program right now. None other than himself EMMY award winner. Mr. Andy Cohen. Hey Andy, how you doing? Welcome to talk and pets. It's great to have you on the show with this. I want to ask you actually tells a little bit about the national dog show. How year involved and I know it's presented by Purina, but tell us a little bit about the show. Well, it airs at noon on thanksgiving on NBC coast to coast, their dogs one hundred seventy five breeze and one best in show winner presented by piranha and Corinne is actually doing something cool. You know, I love my dog walk of fame, and I post on social media about him a lot, but Karina doing something called dog thanking wear pose from today through the Sunday after thanksgiving and dog thanking and tags Rita and say why your pet is the best. They will give a dollar for every post a greater good.

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"emmy award" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

Make Speidi Famous Again

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"emmy award" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

"Are we live with an EMMY award winner right now. Are we oh God miracle baby is here because his assistant decided to call in sick this morning. Are you I'm so exhausted? And I was I'm so glad that we're doing this because I have so many questions. Hi, miracle baby Spencer for I know, this is your podcast that I have to get right to it. Go go because we came on lady gang. You gave us a purple crystal on a string. And I have kept it in my closet, and I have had the worst year of my life. So my question is what the is purple crystal story didn't make swear in front American baby. And like what is it do? And should I be moving it to a different place if my house? Oh, yeah. Well, it should be around your neck. That's why you broke your leg. You weren't wearing your product crystal that would have never have. And when I saw that cast as like, she must have a crystalline a closet drawer or something you need extra protection because you're around some evil entities on those red carpets. And they're there. Up in your oral. And they're throwing that, you know. I see some you have to interview and hug, and I'm like, ooh, your ORs. Just connected. You've gotta go take a nice, energetic shower. Can I say Heidi Heidi? Hey, how are you? I'm so good. Hey, congratulations on the show. I wanted to know everything about the show returning 'cause I was like a major fan back in the day. Is it different to like jump back into the fame game? When you've already been through it once like does it feel different? Yeah. I definitely feels different. I feel like, you know, the landscape a little bit more. You know, the tricks. You know, what's going on behind the scenes, I'm not as gullible. It's not like. Oh, yeah. Go here and everything's good. It's like unindo what's behind that. What's going on here? So it's a lot more methodical. And you just kind of understand everything better. I feel like that's life in general, and when you move forward, but yeah, it's definitely different than with Gunnar, it heightens everything. So it has to be like something really amazing for me to venture out. And go do or something that's good for him or a right on the time schedule. So there's a lot more factors to being famous as like a mom as well. All my God. It's fighting. Oh, you know, what I'm pretty sure our guests. Emmy award winning.

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"emmy award" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"emmy award" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"And I do that. It would Michael j. whenever he says he's going to talk about race, half tell them like, oh, man was he has the time. He's going to say something stupid, but this time he actually uncorked a bit that was really telling and really funny and really kind of reverent. And I wish his work on that area was more consistent on Saturday Night Live, but half the time it feels like he comes up with stuff that exacerbates stereotypes rather than poking fun at them. But you know, these guys are young and you know they're building their chops. You know, we're, we're seeing them kind of grow up before our eyes, and it just felt like this Emmys was something that they just weren't ready for and they kind of ceded too much of it to other performers. That is a very generous interpretation. I'm going to try to adopt because it's nicer than mine. Here's here's what the reparation EMMY other. Here's what worked concept was solid. Execution was spot on everything. Details of that thing worked. Unlike the opening number concept is smart concept is solid. The execution, you just don't have good singers and the sound mixes often. So like this and this wasn't strong. So it just kind of collapses on itself should explain your job. If you didn't see it. It was a song about Hollywood having solved its diversity problem. It was actually called, we solved it and they were extolling the presence of Sandra, oh, and a couple of other specific people in and then saying, oh, we solved the whole thing and it involved ultimately, Kate McKinnon and Keenan Thompson, but also Kristen bell, and sterling k. Brown and Titus Burgess and ambush Sandberg briefly goodwill on that a lot of goodwill, but, but yeah, I agree. The execution was the problem. They seem somebody mentioned to manage Witter. They seemed like they had just learned it. That I have. What Keenan started saying he was off time with band? Yes, he was like a measure and a half off or something. It was driving me. Crazy starts off and then Titus Burgess and Kristen bell come out to real singers and you're like, oh, this is what could be, and then it just sort of keeps going. I did appreciate the opportunity to hear sterling k. Brown saying, because I have heard sterling ground saying before, but many people have. I was happy to hear that that go by usually when we have Emmys hosts Oscar hosts, whatever the deal we make is even if you're not great. We don't see that much of you over the course of the evening. That is the deal we make and they broke the deal. Coming out and saying every time we're back with that, that's the energy that's the charisma that they brought to their. Let's go. Let's go back to my Rudolph Arvidsson for the nights. They look like hot digits and now anti comedy. When let me crack one more joke about how the white people who win. Don't think Jesus. Let me ask track one more chill. The funny. And the funny thing about that. You know, Michael chose doing a whole thing about who thanks Jesus and who doesn't. To me, it was much funnier the the people who received awards. A couple of them kind of threw in a little some version of thanks to Jesus. Chrissy Teigen was there of course, with John legend, her husband who played Jesus in Jesus Christ superstar. She took the opportunity to throw in a little thanks Jesus. It was intended for Jean King and they both kind of acknowledged that they were playing and thank God. She said, I'd like to thank her. Yeah, it was. It was funnier when. Uncle is stepping up. Yeah, I was funnier other people doing it. I thought that it was when Michael was making the joke in the first place. But anyway, yeah, we will have to hope for a better hosting or or different hosting your little nuggets of gold. Repulse drag race funding. He's one for hosting forever. This is the first win for repulse drag race, not the best year for that show, but certainly a long overdue EMMY award. That's often how goes your lucky. They pride that thing away from the amazing race. I know right and a win it for the rest of all of our lives. Then also we should mention last week tonight. Saturday Night Live. So the big, I'm just naming naming cutters boy, and you do a public marriage proposal..

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"emmy award" Discussed on SOBRadio Show

SOBRadio Show

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"emmy award" Discussed on SOBRadio Show

"Welcome to the sob radio show where we have fun interesting guests and hot topics each week we offer insights into music fashion health fitness and humor do you have the perfect guest for us to interview i want to know drop me a line on our facebook page at spunky oh broad one or reach out to me on our website at spunky oh broad dot com and now back to the show my guess is we'll have brigham and as you know she's a two time emmy award winning host of the television show street smart kids and she's been telling us about her home life about her growing up life about her kids and so forth and i would like to ask you what are some suggestions you have for a better mature life that a good one i would say number one is the help somebody else because when you helping somebody else you really helping yourself and it makes me feel good to help somebody else because it's amazing what you know and don't realize is important to someone else because you take it for granted and when you see a need and can address it just do it and be done you don't have to advertise going about your business they're taking you down to trying to think you and you thing i'm just doing that because it made me feel good you don't know how good that made me feel number to take care of yourself take care of your body take care of him your energy take care of your creative man do something you haven't done stretch they cost when you grow the more you grow the more you know and it's those little things that encourage you to share with somebody else once again is back to that sharing part but do it for you when you feed your man used spirit you have energy to share with somebody else and number three you need to do something wild and ridiculous i go to the lake and i take bubbles and i blow bubbles at the lake and it's amazing the lab.

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"emmy award" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"emmy award" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"Post for different articles in the times he has said do i kind of enjoy looking through them yeah our our readers are really smart they often bring up really interesting points um i enjoy i enjoy the discussion surrounding these things one thing that came up in my research that i didn't know about that i wanted to ask you about was the emmy award nomination that you got four news and documentary new approaches for the magazine's issued the displaced yes congratulations sank you i don't know that into designers that have been nominated for an emmy award it's definitely a team effort so at led to be part of the team let's extraordinary and i also believe that you one magazine of the year from the society of publication designers it so congratulations do really really extraordinary things with this really important magazine thank you debbie gill thank you so much for all the incredible work you are doing more important than ever before and thank you for joining the today and design plans thanks so much dubbing dizzy gal vickers handiwork just check out the new york times magazine section in the sunday mirror times every week this is the eleventh year i've been touring design matters and i'd like to thank you for listening and remember we can talk about making a difference we can make a difference for we can do both i'm debbie norman and i look forward to talking with you again soon design matters debbie moment is recorded at the masters and branded studio at the school of visual arts of new york city it is produced by kurdish fox productions with technical assistance by mark todd look the shows published exclusively bydesign observered a cop you can subscribe to this free podcast in the eye to in store.

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