40 Burst results for "Emmys"
Fresh update on "emmys" discussed on Greater LA
"We're not really a part of we can only sort of gaze upon it longingly and put Lena wait on the cover and Kendrick Lamar and just have us regard those faces. And the impact of those faces. Also the impact of those faces in portrait on the cover of that magazine. That's it. There's a lot going on. I think it's sort of social context, terms and doing something like that. Yeah, I mean, I think so, too. And And people definitely noticed they noticed. Oh, yeah, It's the treatment that belong. Paul's came from my guest with Deacon Joe's chief, Fairly Fair magazine. We're talking about the magazine in his new Hollywood issue, but Based on that. Interregnum there. What was the response? Were you surprised the way people responded to those covers? People on podcast Land can't see me smiling. But I'm so enjoying this conversation. Yeah, you know the I mean, the response to the Lena Wait. Cover, which was about three years ago was my first cover. Sort of soup to nuts at Vanity Fair was the response was tremendous and it was profound and I think there were a lot of people who were thrilled to see the magazine embracing. Rising talent, someone from the queer community, someone black, someone who who herself had so beautifully spoken at the Emmys about the idea of having aspirations and letting your differences be your superpowers, So a lot of people noticed. But listen, I think there was also some hate mail. You know, it's sadly not surprising in our country to know that people have very racist ideas about Who should be held up in the culture as worthy of recognition and that and that sort of continued to degree, But I think it was. You know, it was very clear to me coming into the role that that our job was to continue to put forward. The people we thought were the most interesting. Artists and figures in our culture, and not only are existing audiences appreciated that, but our audience has grown, so I never really worried about that. Part of the reaction per se. What I noticed was that people Seemed excited. They seemed excited that Vanity Fair, which is a magazine that is maybe broadly speaking about possibility was embracing possibility in a more Expansive way. I think when the things I've noticed in these issues, they say Hollywood issues is how they're both about looking kind of back and forth at the same time, and I was thinking about that again now prescient HBO profile of a rich Peppler. About the end of an era but also then last year to the group of Veterans of Eddie Murphy and Jennifer Lopez nor Renee Zellweger and this wonder for you, if that's how you think about that issue of this gotta be about trying to capture a moment and trying to look ahead. Well, I do think the Hollywood issue which is our big annual tent pole. To me, it really does represent the possibility to kind of take stock of where the industry is and where it's going, and it's truly in the state of Disruption right now, which is a word that I keep turning to, Although I hate how much of a buzzword it's become s O. Forgive me. I need to come up with a better word, but it does feel like we're at a crossroads in a lot of different ways and one of the great Arcs of this moment, which has been hastened, of course by the events of 2020 and the pandemic, and the shutdowns that have happened is that rise of Streaming services. Which have just altered so dramatically the dominance of the traditional studios. It's a huge change, right? I don't need to tell you that you're living in the middle of it, So so were we try very hard to kind of stick out a place. In terms of being able to observe not only the changes that are happening, but the people in the personalities who are driving them whether it's the talent on screen and the way that the boundaries between film and television have becomes a porous Or the people behind the scenes who are running Amazon Studios and Netflix in Hu, Lu, Disney and Disney, Plus in You know, all of the major producers and directors who are sort of hoping bring this all about and we don't have a crystal ball. We don't necessarily know how it's gonna end. But I think Anyone with a sense of history or an appreciation for Great moments of technological Change can appreciate how fascinating this moment is, because it's almost like we're at the tipping point in a number of different ways, and one of the things that I loved about last year's cover with as you said Eddie Murphy and and J Lo and Renee Zellweger was here were Three people who had already reached career heights in new and that anyone else would have dreamed off, but who were still reinventing themselves presenting new sides of themselves. Two great great acclaim and that to me, perhaps as someone who's getting older myself that was very interesting to capture. As you're talking about possibilities, the shift of going from Billy I'll ish on the current cover or the most recent cover to the Hollywood cover, which has both again that representation of present and future Because this the first of the trip take that's on the cover of the hunger issue is and day Michael B. Jordan. Shirley's their on and Sasha Baron Cohen. So do you get a bit of a charge of being able to move back and forth like that, from the getting the month lease out to them marshaling all your forces for the Hollywood issue I do. It's part of the great joy of the job is that we can cover all of this terrain. You know, It's so interesting to me the power of someone like Billy. I'll issues so Mean it's obvious to say, but still has someone in her late forties. I will say Who's so has such great talent at such a young age. Such a sense of self possession and s o many years decades in front of her to continue to create art to be able to Shine a light on her through the vanity Fair lens and then turned to Hollywood, where with this cover, we're able to look at talents as diverse as Spike Lee. And Dan Levy and Zendaya and Charlie's there on like, all of whom are bringing particular unique kind of energy to the whole endeavor of Movie making and television. There is a charge they're absolutely I guess for me, it Z ultimately about like the kind of unending range of creativity that's expressed in our culture right now, and I don't know that it always used to be that way. I don't want to be accused of present is, um, but it does feel a little bit like we're in a moment when there are so many different venues and ways to express Artistic creativity, and that's something that we do. Try to think about capture. We'll take a break. My guest is whether you could Jones she's the editor in chief of Vanity Fair will be back with.
Sportswriter Zach Lowe on NBA Mid-Season Leaders
"Where. We are at the midway point of the nba season. And that means. I have questions for you about the utah jazz. I say the utah jazz to you. Right now what comes to mind a whole lot of threes there making these every time you know checkup jazz box score at my brain just glances over twenty two thousand from three leg. It's just nothing there number two in defense in number three or something in offense. They do profile as championship contender. Like they're the best team in the league by record right now. Are they the best team in the league to you. While the comparison that that's become sort of commonplaces they're they're the new sixty win hawks. The team that was built to win a lot of games regular season pretty ball movement side to side movement. You don't really have the star power to compete against lebron james when it comes down to it in the playoffs but i don't think they're just sort of blake a regular season flute so the way the jazz are playing right now. It reminds me not just of the hawks as you said but also a kind of mutant version of the houston rockets simply because of the sheer volume of threes. Does that comparison sounded all right and also does that comparison than invite the questions about what happens in the postseason. If shooting a bunch of threes doesn't go as well as it did in the regular season. That comparison does not ring true to me honestly just stylistically. They're so different. The volume of threes is similar. Like they are taking a houston. Daryl morey level volume of threes. But they play so differently. The other comparison is brad stevens. I think the first one to give voice to this is to two thousand fourteen spurs which is kind of like. That's that's i don't want to say that out loud well to an mba hipster fan to an emmy afficionados. Let's put it that way kinda sewer. What does that specific spurs team. What does that evoke in your memory. It almost has this sort of religion. Level reverend yes. Everybody loved watching that team. Anybody who was at games three to five of the finals that year when by the beginning of game four we were all looking at each other. Like all my god. They're just going to destroy the heat and to compare any team to where that team reached. It just feels like talking to a pitcher in the seventh inning of a no hitter. Something like you just don't want to say out loud but that is a comparison. People are making looked at jazz. Their undoing in the playoffs in in previous seasons was day would very much like the hawks. Actually day would get a lot of open threes and not make them and you could look at that and say well. We did everything right. We just didn't make shots. Which is what. Every hawks team including that one said after the playoffs. And so yeah. The three point volume is similar to the rockets. And that's a little scary. The team that this discussion has occurred in the context of is the lakers. As you said as it must be the defending champions and so when you look at the lakers right now. I want to get to lebron specifically in a second but just them without anthony davis and how much they've struggled most recently losing to these jazz and blow out. What is that revealing to you or confirming to you about what this team needs to actually content. I think like any team. They need their best players to be healthy. I i'm pretty low on the lakers panic meter because it's not just anthony. Davis who you know was first team all nba hill assures. Anthony davis is not like some borderline all the best players in the league. Dennis schreuder is maybe their third best player. I think kyle kuzma is kind of the claim that mantle disturbing might be their third most important player. Because he's the only other guy. With the exception of some frisky alex russo games entail. Norton tucker will get you some. You know some stuff done now and then but he's learned other on ball creator the other the other guys threat to score or pass to somebody else. Yeah you take them away and it's like oh my god. Lebron has to do everything and and you know he's probably getting a little tired and even though he'll never say it the only thing that will make my panic meter go above like three point. Five on a one to ten is if we get news. At davis's injury is lingering or more serious that we thought it was then if they're healthy in the playoffs yeah. Competition in the west is is probably better this year. Particularly if denver finds whatever gear they had going in the bubble. There's going to be a lot of really good teams in the west. You could get the one seed in the west and play the warriors. You could get to play the mad. I mean it's it's just every round is hard there. But yeah i i can't i can't get too worked up about it right now. Yeah the western conference meet
Fresh update on "emmys" discussed on The John Phillips Show
"They missed it by a hair and today's announcement. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is currently in the middle of several big scandals. Lisa G. Reports It was just one year ago, Governor Cuomo was getting praise for his daily grown a virus briefings and his bachelor status got nationwide attention on TV. In addition, fans were calling themselves Cuomo sexual. He wanted Emmy for his covert briefings, and even comedian Chelsea Handler wanted to date him Now New York Attorney General Letitia James is moving forward with an investigation into sexual harassment allegation. Against Cuomo, and there's a federal investigation into his administration's handling of covert nursing home deaths in Washington. FBI Director Chris Way is calling the January 6 attack on the Capitol and act of domestic terrorism has got no place in our democracy. And tolerating it would make a mockery of our nation's rule of law. Right testified in a Senate hearing and said domestic terrorism has been brewing for years and remains a top priority for the FBI. On Wall Street. All the major indexes are in the Red K ABC News has sponsored by Dairy queen Hey, D Q. Fans, rotisserie style chicken bites air here. It's the tender, juicy and flavorful all white meat chicken you love and it's 100% unbreak did so hurry in today and get your chicken on while the breading is off. Grab yourself rotisserie style chicken bites on Lee at your dick,.
Take the Plunge With Suleika Jaouad
"Our guest today is to lak- jawad welcomed feber. Thirty five salako here. We are so excited to have you Slake is the author of the instant. Best selling memoir between two kingdoms. She wrote the emmy award winning new york times column life interrupted and her work has appeared in the new york times magazine. The atlantic vogue and npr among others a highly sought after speaker. Her main stage tedtalk was one of the ten most popular twenty nineteen and has nearly four million views. She's also the creator of the isolation journals community creativity project founded during the covid nineteen pandemic to help others convert isolation into artistic solitude over one hundred thousand people from around the world have joined and her book Yes overbook just came out on february ninth. It's wonderful congratulations. Thank you spend so exciting and so overwhelming in a little. I'm so that are for the course. Hannah's book that came out during the pandemic which is just a whole other layer of stuff and it's a memoir which is a whole other layer of stuff layers so many layers to peel back. Well before we really get into it. We we love to ask our guests at the beginning of an interview to share a self care practice that they have in their lives. It can be quite literally anything And so we would love to hear if there's one that's resonating with you right now. I just did it actually before talking chiku and it's A new self care kind of ritual that came about during pandemic and involves thirty five minute screening meditation and then cold water punching other currently although assuming holes nearby frozen could coach our which is why my restricting Yeah l. okay. So i'm so excited. This is what you started with. Because i've been following your cold plunges on your instagram and we already have a question in the document about them so we can just get kate. Kate is very cold. Plunge curious we've had a lot of listeners who have really into us about how Either cold showering cult bathing has helped with insomnia nervous system trauma experiencing things. So can we start from the beginning. Like how did you come into this. What has it done for you in your life. And how do you maintain the practice especially like now that it is twenty two not even twenty degrees. I'm sure it's colder than that where you are very good question that i ask myself. Every time i find myself submerging. My body freezing so I live not far from the great elizabeth gilbert and the first time we had a friend date. We went for a walk. And we pass mccall. She proceeded to rip off her clothes. Jump in the water. So naturally i did the same and it felt so good Especially in this time where you been spending a lot of time out my computer on-scene who calls And it has its way immediately. Resetting are nervous. i'm And so we decided that we're gonna do it every day and because the kind of get more of a ritual and because the best can't stand being cold water for longer be added into screaming meditation and became really interested and but pops and the science behind breathing. So at is what we've done every day until recently just got too damn cold So now i take a cold shower and of jumping in the freezing water. But i think you know. Part of it was My lining to get into meditation on someone who always struggled meditation. I'm incapable of sitting in a chair with my eyes closed for like five minutes and something about the breathing fouts Not just Actions that kind of focusing on the states. You're you're meditating. you're also. Jimmy's pretty strenuous breathing. Exercises and the other piece of it might fat. In this time. Pandemic Really became kind of creative approach to gathering
Fresh update on "emmys" discussed on Lori and Julia
"For the 73rd annual Primetime Emmy Awards. Those are gonna be broadcasting Sunday. September 19th. You'll be able to watch it on CBS and Paramount. Plus, they're pushing that streaming service hard this week. Now a venue in the host will be announced at a later date. So you know, word season just moving right along. All right, No word on what's gonna happen. Lori and I are going to that. You just were from filling out our credentials right now. Well, fabulous. We're forward focused right now. Yes, it's something to look forward to. In September. Ah Lok Casting news. Kathy Bates has joined the cast of the upcoming Judy Blume adaptation of Are you There? God, it's Me, Margaret. Perfect. Perfect. And Kathy Bates is going to be playing Margaret's grandmother, Sylvia, Perfect. And finally, some more news over in the world of Netflix. Netflix is going to be airing Colin, First World War two movie Operation Mincemeat. This also starts Kelly MacDonald. Netflix bought the rights to stream this movie and the last time that Colin Firth collaborated with the filmmaker of Offer. Operation Mincemeat was in the King. Speech in the car. Well, that worked out exactly a little maybe award season for next year. All right, Well, that's all the dirt this hour for more. Check out my talk one of 71 dot com or download my talk out his brand new information, my talk dirt alerts at the top of every hour and at 8 2012 25 20. On my talk one of 71. Greetings. And welcome to this.
The Fallout for New York Gov. Cuomo Over Nursing Home Deaths
"Year, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's could press briefings won him a devoted following around the country. It also earned him an Emmy Award. But today the governor who normally uses his time to deliver data and talk about vaccination efforts. Took more than 20 minutes to publicly excoriated State Assembly member who's been critical of him if you attacked my integrity. And my administration's integrity. Am I going to fail to respond? No. No. I'm not gonna do that. W My CI's Glen Hogan is here now to break it down a bit for us. Gwen, you listen to a lot of these press briefings. But today was well pretty strange, even by this year standards, right? Can you tell us what happened and who Governor Cuomo was going after here? That's right. So State Assembly member Ron Kim he is a Democratic lawmaker from Queens. His uncle died of covert 19 in a nursing home last spring, and today the governor accused him without evidence of a pay to play scheme regarding campaign donations from nails. Salon owners. Some of Kim's fellow state lawmakers quickly came to his defense and said quote was attack was clearly an effort to deflect further criticism of his own handling of nursing homes. No grand Kim has been a vocal critic of the governor for a while now, so so why would qualify ring this up now? Well. The governor's anger seems to have started last week after Kim smoke to the New York Post about a call between top Cuomo, Wade, Melissa Derosa and Democratic lawmakers. Now, in a partial transcript released by the governor following the post bombshell, it was revealed that the state withheld nursing or that she admitted that the state had withheld nursing home data to try to slow the potential federal probe into nursing homes. So after that story, Kim says he got an angry call from the governor himself, threatening to quote destroy him. And after that, the governor demanded that he retract his statements to the paper. He then says he got more texts and phone calls from the office here. He is describing the call. Was a 10 minute, one sided, screaming and yelling where I felt threatened that if I didn't act in a certain way to issue a statement, not tomorrow. Tonight, in his own words that there were a tradition. Cuomo's office sent out a statement vehemently denying he threatened. Kim, saying the office has a long hostile relationship with the Assemblyman Kim, like you mentioned has been critical of how the governor handled this four months, particularly his withholding of the true death toll inside nursing homes, and he's also criticized his controversial immunity provision, which was passed in the state budget last year. After big campaign donations from nursing home industries, and that provision basically shields nursing homes from liability for covert 19 deaths early on in the pandemic. Now, some context here. This public attack today on Kim also follows a letter that Kim and several other assembly members signed. Urging other lawmakers to support a bill that would repeal the governor's emergency powers. Can you give us some background on that, right? Right, so these powers they were granted by the legislator last year, the start of the pandemic. But now Kim and several other assembly members are trying to drum up legislative support to revoke these powers. So they sent out a letter yesterday to fellow lawmakers asking for their support, saying the governor had obstructed justice and withholding of nursing home deaths. And that not revoking the emergency powers makes the legislator complicity. Now, some experts who spoke with my colleague Chris Robin's earlier say, even if these emergency powers are revoked, the governor still has broad executive power because of the state's constitution, but also because of his, you know, ongoing state of emergency powers, but If they go through with this and revoke these emergency powers, it's definitely a symbolic political rebuke of the governor and his handling of the pandemic. Yeah, and just to remind listeners to. There's even more context here because all of this has unfolded in the two weeks since New York State attorney general a tissue James released the results of a probe that revealed the actual death toll of coded inside nursing House. Rate, So that kind of started this snowball effect in the last two weeks. She actually didn't have the total number of deaths, But the governor's office had for months and months been withholding that this number. It's the number of people who were in nursing homes but were later sent to hospitals where they died. In other words, the state had only been counting deaths that occurred inside nursing homes themselves. As an expert. I talked to said this New York was the only state in the country that was doing this. So it was only after this report came out that the state finally gave the full number of the deaths of people who had died in hospitals. There was also freedom of information, requests, a lawsuit and eventually a court order. Now that we have the full that led up to the full release of this data. So what We know now is that Cove it killed more than 15,000, New Yorkers who were residents of nursing homes and other long term care facilities, And that number includes nearly 6000 deaths that were not previously counted in nursing home deaths.
Fresh "Emmys" from Lewis and Logan
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Hundreds pay respects to actor Cicely Tyson at her viewing in New York
"Respects to actress Cicely Tyson at a public viewing in a New York church. Some traveled cross country to say goodbye. The New York born Tyson died January 28th at the age of 96. In the 19 sixties, Tyson was the first black woman to have a recurring role in a dramatic TV Syriza. She won Emmy Awards and many other accolades. Jennifer Keiper CBS News There was always that girl that hangs
Fresh update on "emmys" discussed on Valentine In The Morning
"God, I got 23 coming up, but I don't know how that happened. 23 years of marital bliss. Well, now, wait a minute. And I would say all 23. Oh, dear. Well, no. I mean anybody who says that? Oh, every day was great. I mean, why'd you hit that? I wasn't taking a hole he would headlines was gonna come back out of this in the other side. All right. So what's going on? Angelina Jolie is $11.6 million richer after she sold her Winston Churchill painting at an auction. It went for 11.6 million. It was painted in 1943. It's believed to be the British prime ministers on Lee Ward time painting. But this set a record for Churchill original quantity of Z. The previous record was 2.5 million. And this one for 11.6 million, So I don't know if I've seen this one or not, but I didn't think it was that great if I'm thinking of the right once more. Rock and landscape painting, But it's Churchill. I guess so during the Churchill, you're gonna be into that, no matter if it's great or not. Yeah, and the Emmy Awards have set a date for the 73rd annual show. It's happening on CBS September 19th a Sunday and it's also gonna be streamed on Paramount. Plus, they have announced the host or a venue yet, but I'm assuming they're waiting for you get past the summer and hopefully get back to some type of normal award show. I'm Jill. The Hollywood headlines. All right. Take Brian. Thank every show for your show, Kevin. Thank you for show. Thank you for your show. Well, thank you for you. Thank you for your show. Oh, thank you. That's sweet today. Let's no thanks. I will. Tony Jordan has a final check of the morning traffic..
Britney Spears' conservatorship, explained
"Justin timberlake publicly apologized to britney spears even though their relationship ended like twenty years ago. The apology has a lot less to do their bygone romance and much more to do the reckoning over how this country treats its famous young women and britney spears has gone from something of a villain in this story to something much more closely resembling a hero. The freebritney movement deserves much of the credit for that transformation. It's a fan driven campaign which hopes to liberate brittany from her conservatorship constance. Grady has been covering free brittany for. Vox so a conservative ship is illegal solution for what happens if you're an adult but you can't make decisions for your life in your best interests. So this is something that is used if you have a mental health condition or brain injury You're developing dementia. And you're unable to care for yourself. So accord will assign someone to do that for you. So britney went under conservatorship in two thousand eight and under the terms of her conservatorship. She's not in control of her finances or business or personal life so for about two years now going back actually to the point that the conservatorship was set in place in two thousand eight but most intensely for the past two years and especially now since the release of be new documentary framing. britney spears. Fans have been speculating. That the conservatorship has left britney spears as a prisoner in her life and that she might need to be rescued. Okay well let's go back to two thousand eight and talk about why britney spears was placed under this conservatorship. If you think back to two thousand eight you might remember that. There was just nonstop goth coverage of britney spears that year relief and in two thousand seven especially as well. They're repoprt ati following her around. All the time would like wait outside her limo when she was going to clubs to take up strict photos of her and then the entire internet would discuss her underwear and she was starting to react back to them. In increasingly bizarre ways she started yelling at the paparazzi in a british accent once he attacked hover car with an umbrella. Please please seed saved her own head up. Which was all photographed by paper off. They're very famous pictures of her sort of grinning and holding up a to her scalp. She went in and out of rehab. A few times that to the pictures were all over teams. The press helps them now and is performed at the emmy in two thousand seven in this kind of infamous performance where she was sleepwalking through it the press discussed whether she was fat now lot there was a lot going on for her. It was not a good year. Fears has lost so she fits under psychiatric hold twice. What does that mean. She is put in a mental hospital and not allowed to leave what happened. I think that one angle of what happened to britney that we have to hit here. Is that the media industries incredibly sexist straight and even more so when she was coming up. There's one subject we didn't discuss. What was that. everyone's talking about it. Well you'll breasts. There is that whole narrative about whether britain a real virgin and that some like ruin adults would ask her at press conferences. And my of virgin. I think especially when she was with justin timberlake and they've never really cared about justin timberlake's virginity because who would. It was just about britney in her schoolgirl uniform. And you know each. She actually a good girl. There was this intense very sexualize focus on her life. That just wasn't there. In quite the same way for her male cohort. No matter how famous they were. It's hard to imagine that that did anything good for her. And then why does the conservative. Come about a month after the second psychiatric hold. Her father says these are not working. Long-term go under a hold. A doctor will say okay. You're fit to live your own life. Now she'll go out and then she'll spiral and it happens again. So he asked the court for emergency temporary conservatorship over brittany the courts. Brandt that order and then it becomes permanent.
Golden Globes Presenters Asked to Appear in Person for Live Telecast
"Presenters at the 78th annual Golden Globe Awards are going to be in person on and are asked to appear in person for the live telecast. This, according to Variety Variety has learned that glow producers, you're asking presenters to appear in person at the Rainbow Room in New York City or at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles, where the Golden Globes is traditionally held. Now, producers have assured invited presenters. That strict code protocols they're going to be followed. Nominees will appear remotely. The Emmys one of the first major award shows held following the onset of covert 19 featured most of its presenters in person at the Staples Center. So it seems like they're going to be following a similar
The Failed Shangri-La Plaza
"The star studded high production surrealistic musical sitcom shangri la plaza was originally produced as a pilot for b. nineteen ninety ninety one season but for one night only the network decided to air it as a summer fill in on july thirtieth nineteen ninety and that half hour made history. Well kind of in a really weird bad way. So we're gonna talk about the sitcom shangri la plaza. All of the weirdness that occurs around it to talk about cop rock. That was abc. Same year that this came out. It has a very cop rock field. But what is what are your reactions to this the intro. I could not tell you what it was about. If you pay me any amount of money it so abstract i guess and never mind the cheesiness. that's i expect that it's one thousand nine hundred ninety experimental. Things are a little bit weird. I was just saying that. Like i guess seinfeld came and say yeah television at that point but i could not tell. It seemed like a place. Where maybe there's food and abc live. I don't know what is highly. It's hard to tell it's it all began really with nineties. L. a. mall culture shangrila was inspired by that and it was filmed on location in north hollywood strip mall at the corner of vineland and burbank boulevard. In north hollywood california just went for it. This set a strip mall was built on top of an original strip mall which is where the problems really begin. This mall on mall design was the topic of a washington post story in nineteen ninety emmy award winning art director. Jeremy ray elton best known for his work on playhouse was responsible for the set sign. And that's not the only high-calibre name attached this very confused project. Broadway legend terrence man. Who played leads in. Layman's and cat stars as ira bondo machine mechanic who works with his brother. George jeff jaeger lanes musician love interest. John remain in seinfeld. Speaking of seinfeld at the mall's bodyshop. When amy molloy hardin yes jan on the office takes over her shitty husbands donut shop. I think after he dies. Both brothers are instantly. Smitten future smallville. Star nexium sex cult leader. Alice mac a very young l. Plays amy's precocious eight year old daughter in her only on screen acting role jazz. Great carmen lundy plays the donut shops. Only employees savion glover plays a wrapping teen commenting on. What's happening kind of greek chorus style. An oscar nominee. Chris sarandon plays the plazas landlord. It's for something where it's just a pilot of a throwaway like experimental pilot like pretty heavy hitting actors. The show itself was helmed by horror sci fi writer director nick castle. You may know him as the co writer of john. Carpenter's state from new york. And he played michael myers in the original halloween. The composers were craig sapphire or sedan known from his work. On cheers and mark mueller. Who wrote the theme song to duck tales and jennifer pages. Nine hundred ninety eight hit crush it just like there's a lot of talent involved in this project and it just gets lost along the way while working together on projects like the last starfighter tapped the trio discovered. They had a common passion. The three of us loved old musicals. Knicks dad was a choreographer who had done royal wedding and many other movies sephardim says and the opportunity to make a musical finally happened. When cassel's pal jeff sagansky became the head of cbs. He was looking for something new. Some fresh ideas for cbs program lineup castle savannah mueller who themselves the schmaltz kings were creating in la based rock opera and unique written and composed by credit on the pilot the or inspired like i said by the strip malls around the mall culture in the late eighties early nineties. Kind of creating something colorful and also their love of musicals. It's like a hat and a hat on a hat. The pitch to cbs was also pretty weird. The schmaltz kings cleared off sagansky desk and with the keyboard and two speakers. They perform songs from the show in character.
When Life Is A Movie
"It was like a movie screen. There is no need to look in the camera. it's right they're is lending to stare into it. It's over there and right there so all you must do his be yourself. It often feels weird when you're going around people but the good news is the chair in the movies and all you must do read the script. Study the lines and let the screen capture what needs to complete the sink. Okay action right now. Feeling like a triangle. But all you see is obtuse but type of fail missus quantity should you be four with an accent. He felt as if you should change since this is a movie and all so you don't understand that when you have others depending on you. Things seem harder when it's hard process then when you're just playing jane doin- what she does. He have to watch your step so you don't become a blooper image heels. Why do you have to where. He wants a tennis shoes or more comfortable. Or maybe even boots flats. Oh so you're trying to explain to me when you're in the movies you must go with the character role. You're playing sometimes when things get too hard explicit language so that changes the guidance on the parental control. If you have children please be warned. Cut cut cut taking the script skimming up and down so now you could end up being abused and lie to from someone who thought cared but you know sometimes people have bad days to does your day have to include someone who has no intentions of being a part of what you have done. How about the world. Do you think you're making the world. Thinks negative about someone who you can't be a part of that show action quiet on the set you get news today. The doctor called told you the stress level could be harmful to you so it st. Aren't you the one going around town trying to make a fool out of someone that you barely know. Oh so that's funny I tell you what. I don't have to take this of so much better things on with me and don't worry if i don't care if you're not impressed because the star of this show is you know see what's a slight when people look for mistakes in you try to create or rewrite. What is yours try. The lotto is better than this movie. I see forcing someone to relive something that happened long ago. What a minute. You don't move lines. I've been through this before but action when you live it when the incident happened to you over time you could remember that dream we had. I say it was a flashback. Or others would like a deja vu the movies so silent. Why sooner ruckus nobar saint for me to talk about. So what is the question at hand. Living to make an oscar or an emmy. So if i'm walking down the red carpet and tend to slip and fall. I can gracefully get up and smile left at all hold it. I thought i read about what happened on the screen in media. I didn't let me see what it says. That's not bad where did speak to come in at. Oh no this person is not me. I have found someone else who is trying to imitate. What has happened to me when you find out. Those shoes you got in was a lot more for them. To handle you have lived you have learned and you have been taught in the movie of life not to trust in everyone or even speak about or even. Show them what you had happened because it tends to be online with someone who was not you should the mask be removed to uncover the fake fax that it was not in. I looked and looked the camera's still on you. I guess it's time to get up. Wipe the dirt of my jeans. I continue with the movie. Trust me when all that you have put into it would be a waste to give up now. Just as the scenes tend to change the starring role issue cut. That was a good take. People tomorrow is a new day. Get plenty of wrist. Enjoy the night but remember the lines are not subject to change. It has been written in the script so you can take charge and character leading the screen. No you're not afraid of letting the world know what has happened on the screen because somewhere someone may just have it on camera.
Interview With Dr. Dharius Daniels
"Hello everybody welcome to another episode of checking in with michelle williams. This guests that we have He is a returning guest. The episode that we did was so fire that people requested him to come back and they were a little upset that i left them hanging so listen. Dr dairy is daniel's yep you guessed it that's who it is. Dr dairy is daniels pastor a cultural architect and a trendsetter for his generation. He's the author of several books. Including the author of relational intelligent. Please welcome back to my podcast. Dr dairies daniels was michelle up their body. Listen as you heard me. Say that The podcast that we did was incredible. I don't know if you've seen a few the instagram stories. People keep going back to dr areas daniels episode. And i'm like i did have other guys. Don't be making them feel like they. Podcast was boo boo. But this was incredible. Even to the point of producer. Saying we've got to get you back so thank you for coming back. I told you before you an incredible interview. You need a talk show and a podcast and everything else in between it's it's It amazed great connecting and You know i love what you're doing is a great podcast is necessary. It's relevant. I'm glad to be apart. Thank you and what you're doing is absolutely phenomenal. I definitely said that. He is a passer. But he is almost unlike any pastor that i know he's corporate but can get cherchi. He talks about relational intelligence from a romantic standpoint. In even for business and just other personal relationships he is multidimensional. You are so needed. And let latino you okay. So listen i just need you to accept it. You are the bomb dot com. It's okay is no. It's not being arrogant. You put the work in to be who you are. So that occurs receipts ladies and gentlemen. He has receipts. He has received google on a man a man. Now for those of y'all who didn't get to catch our first podcast dr daniels. Please tell us what relational intelligence is and how that works for a romantic relationship. While this is what i'm going to say are one. I'm going to say relational intelligence. While i give description of first thing gonna say is this is a life. Skill like relational intelligence isn't about doing relationships. Well relational intelligence is about doing life will. So here's mata y- it's hard. Now watch this. You can have a high standard of living. What are relational intelligence was emmy. You can get money. You can accomplish things professionally. You can acquire things materialistically so you can get clothes cars cribs and not be good relationships. You can have a high standard of living with our relational tells. You can't have what relational villages is. You can't have a high quality of life is a standard of living and quality of life is not the same thing so i want to listeners. To get attitude is really important now. Of course your standard of living affects your quality of life but young you can have the most. I don't know a whole lot about this but you can have whatever the top mattress is. Whatever the thread of the sheets. Are you have all of that in the crib and and not be able to get any sleek rolls out of bad. You got the standard of living the type of sleep you get asked the quality of life and so it's a life skill minister ability to just define align your relationships it best to have quality of life for the standard of living of quality of life. Okay s good quality of life. One hundred one hundred percent one hundred percent Like i mean. I know this is kind of your wheelhouse but even when you look at people who might be dealing with mental health challenges that situation all right so not not necessarily something. That is a part of their mental makeup or whatever but some situation and brought some things about you'll be amazed to see how many people like fall. A high income categories that the of with a lot of that and so the point that i'm making is. I'm not saying we should be poor. Like i'm not having gable poverty. But i am saying well relational is about. It's about it's about quality of life. Because i'm telling you your greatest is not just gonna come from the things you get is gonna come from the people you wit and you talk romance. We talking romantically. I think people underestimate this man. I really do yeah. That was my seat. Scooting bag bed did not come out of me by the way so if you all heard something romantically the super important right and i'm not the kind of person that says everybody needs to be in a relationship so all. I don't believe that my faith doesn't teach that some people might they teach that but i don't think that's consistent with with the fatal. Everybody have to be in our relationship. But i just feel like you need relational intelligence for romantic relationships just because you wanna keep putting your heart through. Chronic heartbreak stress pain unnecessarily like most of us. We two grown. We've got too many bills you know it's different when you're in college like oma heartbroken into bed. I can't go to class is another thing you got bills. I gotta go to work. Also you best kind of where where i am with
Actor Christopher Plummer, best known for "The Sound of Music," dies in Connecticut
"Christopher plummer has died. The legendary canadian actor graced the stage movie theaters and television screens for six decades plummer starred in a number of shakespeare productions and also played captain. George von trapp in the musical film the sound of music. Do you agree Warmer would go onto win academy award for one of his later films beginners and he won two tony awards and two primetime emmys. Christopher plummer died at his home in connecticut with his wife lane taylor by his side. He was ninety. One
Hal Holbrook, Emmy and Tony-Winning Actor, Dies in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, At 95
"Emmy and Tony winning actor Hal Holbrook has died at the age of 95. The New York Times reports. The actor died in January on the 23rd at his home in Beverly Hills. ABC is Bill Deal looks back at his career, Holbrook was best No. One for his many performances, his Mark Twain on stage and on television cam by railroad. It is all no stranger gets tired over seven minutes as to stop and rest for three quarters of an hour in 2008 at age 82 Holbrook became the oldest male performer ever nominated for an Academy Award for his supporting role in into the wild. Don't you think you're getting a job and making something of this life? We got one plan. Under Alaska will be all the way out there. Yes, While Holbrook loved acting and told ABC is Robin Roberts, somebody asked me Why do you keep working and I said, well, Well am I gonna do play golf Working is more active is more fun than golf. In the fall of 2010 hellhole. Brooke was cast into guest starring TV roles, one on FX, His Sons of Anarchy and NBC's conspiracy thriller series. The event. While he played many parts during his long career, it was Mark Twain. That was, as he put it, something precious my side arm through life. He called it Holbrook was married to actress designing women star Dixie Carter, who passed away in 2010. Will deal. ABC News
Hal Holbrook, Emmy and Tony-Winning Actor, Dies in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles County, At 95
"Actor How Holbrook has died. The New York Times says Holbrook passed in his home in Beverly Hills on January 23rd correspondent Bill Diehl reports. Holbrook was best No one for his many performances is Mark Twain on stage and on television. Ham by railroad is on those trains against tired ever seven minutes as to stop and rest for three quarters of an hour full. Brooke loved Acting and told ABC is Robin Roberts. Why do you keep working and I said, Well, we're going to do play golf. Acting is more fun than golf. Holbrook was married to actress designing women star Dixie Carter, who passed away in 2010. How Holbrook was 95 wins News Time. 1
Hal Holbrook, actor who played "Deep Throat," has died at 95 in Beverly Hills
"And Emmy and Tony Award winning actor Hal Holbrook has died at the age of 95. He reportedly passed away a couple weeks ago at his home in Beverly Hills. Holbrook's career spanned decades, including the 1987 film Wall Street and looks in the abyss. There's nothing staring back at him at that moment, man finds his character That is what keeps him out of the abyss. Holbrook was acclaim for his betrayal of the government source, known as Deep Throat in the political thriller thriller All the President's men and, of course, on stage Mark Twain to fantastic and You know what a
The Sundance Film Festival debuts Rita Moreno documentary
"The Sundance Film Festival is taking place over the next week, and one of the documentary showing is about Rita Marino. The first Latina woman to win an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony Freedom. Marino exploded on the screen in West Side Story, but Rita Marino just a girl who decided to go for it is her story, and she calls it real. Compared to the documentaries. She see. I've always thought, Well, G. That's just too perfect. All the time. S so I I just made sure that I was perfect some of the time. It's a raw look at her life. Her relationship with Marlon Brando the racism she faced in her career. You are Porter region, so you don't you're not worth much. The film was produced by Lin, Manuel Miranda and Norman Layer in airs on PBS later this
2021 Sundance Doc Follows Oakland High School Seniors In Tumultuous Year
"Documentary about students. Sandinista High School is Getting a lot of buzz at the Sundance Film Festival is KCBS is Mad, Big Live reports, The film follows several students in the class of 2020. The experience their final year. The film Home Room immerses audiences in the lives of Oakland High School seniors first as they confront anxiety over test scores and college applications, then unrest over the threat of school closures. And finally, a global pandemic, which closed all campuses. These scenes in high school who are looking forward to graduations and Brahms and all that all that was taken away because of They're cold. Matina Abdel Kali was principal at Oakland Hime during the filming of Home room. If this documentary does anything, I hope it gives the viewers the opportunity. At least peek behind the curtain and begin understand just how Challenging and difficult. These times are adding tragedy to an already poignant film Homerooms Emmy Award winning director Peter Knicks lost his 16 year old daughter just before filming, but he decided to continue with the documentary, which is now premiered at Sundance.
Cicely Tyson, her memoir just out, was active to the end
"This was not the news I was expecting to share with you. This is not how I was expecting the beginning of the show to start today as you just heard. Great actor Cicely Tyson died yesterday. She was 96. I spoke to her just a few days ago. You might have heard us talk on Tuesday. It was the day her memoir came out. It's called just as I am. I was saying to someone like Yesterday. I think one of the senior producers of the show does like how profoundly moved I was by Cicely Tyson. By her perspective, her presence, especially at 96. Also like her gratitude. You know, I complain about stuff all the time and to hear her go at the end of the interview. The last thing she said to me was Tom. I am so grateful For this moment. In time we talked about her early days, We talked about her career defining roles. We talked about movies like the Autobiography of Jane Pittman or and Sounder. We talked about her role in the TV series roots We talked about Everything you know, most recently she was and how to get away with murder. Miss Tyson's co star on that Syriza Viola Davis tweeted this last night and I wanted to read it for you quote. I'm devastated. My heart is just broken. I loved you so much. You were everything to me. You made me feel loved and seen and valued in a world where there is still a cloak of invisibility. Us dark chocolate girls. You gave me permission to dream. Cicely Tyson's accolades are too many to list here. Emmys, Golden Globes, A Peabody, a Tony and honorary Oscar mult multiple in the Deep Image awards. I mean, you know a million things. Had a clear vision. Mission to bring complex and nuanced black characters to the screen and on stage and tow uplift others who had dreams just like hers. When I got to speak to Cicely Tyson again just a few days ago. That dedication was crystal clear. I am so grateful. We got to bring you that conversation. So much of it is stuck with me and Especially the part where she talked about getting the presidential Medal of Freedom from President Barack Obama in 2016. That moment is a moment that will live with me forever forever. And someone pointed out to me not too long ago. That I was the last person and his administration to receive it. Okay on that, he said. He made that statement. And then, he said And she's cool, gorgeous one than I need, huh? That's pretty good. If that gets into your presidential medal, you know that's a good sign. That's right. Well, you know, maybe this is a good way to close it off your 96 years old now and, you know, I think a lot of people want to know about the secret to a long life. And in the book you talk about how celery juice and morning pull ups are part of a key role. But what what other advice would you give people? I think that when, uh You get up in the morning and you're fortunate enough to see daylight. You're blessed on when I get up, and I see daylight. I first thank God I go into my meditation. Another change, and that gives me the faith. The car I thank God first. Very sick needs a face and a trust to go on for another day. And I think that's the most important thing that one have Detective Thank God just seeing another day. I never thought I would like to be 96 years old. My God, Every member of my family is gone. I am so surviving member of my family, and I was not expected to be here past three months.
Pioneering US actress Cicely Tyson dies aged 96
"Many hollywood stars are showing love for cecily tyson. Sicily passed away yesterday at the age of ninety six how she was an icon paved the way for so many people tyler perry posted a nice tribute sort of regina king who said her legacy had left an incredible mark. Sisley won emmys a tony even had an honorary oscar. She famously fought for roles but sh- that showed strong black characters and she refused to portray anything else. Can i tell you put her sit at tribute as well as i got the medal of freedom from Barack so you know not only she award. She won hearts Because of the roles that she picked if you ever get a chance you watch that autobiography of jane pittman and what she goes to that water. And the i'll never get that. That's what i said. I want to be an actress. Took that one to buy five minutes. That scene just for her to sip the water but just a fantastic actress and she wouldn't play prostitutes or drug addicts which are always play. Wonderful and beautiful woman. But yeah you know. I think for actresses like how we think of oprah and how we think you know the mantell jordan's at pave the way for us. I think cecily tyson was and is that for every black actress on this planet. And i hear a lot of times when i go to these hollywood. Walk of fame's and people start to save their speeches. Her name always comes up because she she ran so we get walk out and then she did it she did. She went through the fires. She will always be remembered for her elegance and grace and she is the one and only and who could play her. Who can do the story of sicily tyson right and they met actress. Kimberly kimberly elise. She has that. Okay okay i have a weird feeling as aretha anointed jennifer hudson play her role before she left this planet. I have a feeling every hollywood actress was talking to sicily. Tizen about carrying on that legacy. So i'm sure. She knighted the one that she wanted to have a license. Day was just kind of looks like her acts like an yay one legend absolutely legendary life
Cicely Tyson, iconic and influential actress, dies at 96
"And influential, just a couple of words to describe legendary actress Sicily Taison. She has died at the age of 96 began her career is a model, then took her beauty and talent and became an acclaimed actress Cicely Tyson appeared in dozens of films and television shows. She was part of the iconic miniseries roots You have Bean Very good boy. I want you to know that she often portrayed powerful African American women like Miss Jane Pittman. That was not a coincidence. It was a decision. She made the Jews my career. Of my platform. She won Emmys received an Oscar nomination, and this week she was asked by Gayle King when the time comes, What do you want us to remember about you? I've done my bit. Steve Futterman, CBS News A
"emmys" Discussed on Geek Freaks
"Very okay. I'm crazy. So we have that. So microtransactions are there to make up the difference if we were to wage increase the price the game. Ideally, I'm not saying that they'll be real quick on this especially ideally you wouldn't necessarily need as many microtransactions. So like that Star Wars fall off in order game was a good example of a game where they didn't use any microtransactions. We have see the last thing is is the fact of the consoles are actually being sold at a loss. So wage if you look at the price and make the Xbox series s it's from 460 to $520 according to Forbes Forbes, and that's before you like ship it and Market it and like that so really they're actually selling it at a loss. They make up the e To the games, but already that that margins really tight. So if we can make it to where the price point of the game is where they're still getting profit and not going to try to create this big price jump in the console the last time they did that with the PS3 and went from 2 ninety nine on the PS2 249 and 599 which is insane for the PS3 and they had eight million dollar deficit to the Xbox which sold four hundred thousand less than that. So kind of shows like they have this tight when we got to sell a bunch. So if you're going to try to make up your difference in the console itself, you'll end up not selling as many consoles, you know, it's bad for the industry. So anyway, so I go into the full thing on this guy's if you guys want to go into the full details on this go to our website. It's a long article, but I honestly think that $70 is the right right job and and and we're willing to talk about more of course on Twitter page. So you guys can can hang out over there with us and and discuss it. We have some news from a Portuguese retailer that leaks himself on the website. We have Mass Effect Trilogy remastered is coming this October on Xbox One and PS4 for $60. And on the switch for fifty bucks. How do you play Mass Effect 2 and 3. I have not put the first one. Okay, I hear the first one is really good, you know good things about it you I think I only play the first one. I don't remember these games. Well as a problem so I might pick this up just for that. Are you picking this up the remastered know I really have no interest in this to be honest if this is is it like a full-on resource? I just re Mass. I think it's just a re-skinned. Yeah, it's not not a full remake. Yeah, I like the mafia first one. Yeah. Yeah. Like I just don't I don't know. I mean, I'm not a huge job and you're only giving me 1 2 3. I know Armageddon it got it like a lot of bad rap, but it's not included in this, you know, I don't know why they wouldn't they should but yeah, it's not on the list. Yeah. So know what about you log? No, you know this before I'm gonna wait for to go and say oh, yeah, you know, why would I buy a an Xbox One or PS4 game right now? I'm not going to be any of those earlier, right?.
"emmys" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"It's eleven fifty three. PM and we are recapping tonight's Emmy's it was not your usual awards ceremony because of the pandemic, there could be no crowd and host. Jimmy Kimmel worked mostly alone people accepted their awards from home but surprisingly enough at turned out pretty well, Shits Creek watchmen and succession all had nights and it was kind of fun to watch people dressed up in their own living rooms. I'm Steven Tomson and I'm Linda Holmes and today we're talking about the Emmy awards on pop culture happy hour from NPR said don't go. This message comes from NPR sponsor three M, supporting communities in the fight against covid nineteen since the outbreak three M has responded with cash and product donations including surgical masks, hand sanitizer and respirators through local and global aid partners in addition, three M is on track to produce two billion respirators globally by the end of twenty twenty learn how three M is helping. The world respond to covid nineteen to three M dot com slash covid three m science applied to life. Activist Aaron door tells his flock of pro gun followers on facebook. He's tirelessly fighting for their second amendment rights. But if that's true. Why do so many pro gun republicans hate him so much Aaron door is a scam artist Aligarh and he is doing islands services and no favours find out on the no compromise podcast from NPR welcome back you just met NPR Music Stephen Thompson also with us from her home in Brooklyn is is Asia Harris. High Asia Hey Linda. We knew that it would be exciting to cover the pandemic emmys as an early award show obligation but I have to say. They turned out significantly better than I expected I think we have to start with the extremely strong performance from Shits Creek, which is, of course, the pop TV show that I think I think picked up. Most of its US audience wants the episodes showed up on net flex. They won every comedy award that was given out during the main broadcast, the four acting awards to glorious Catherine O'Hara to Eugene Levy, Dan, Levy, and Anti Murphy all of whom played the roses. The central family, the roses we should acknowledge your by the way, Glenn. Walden on vacation missing chance to shout with joy about the show and Catherine O'Hara in particular. Sorry. Glenn, we're trying to live up to your your expectations, but it was a really really big sweep Aisha were you expecting that from this show? You know I think that it had built up so much goodwill and so much momentum and expectation that it was going to win a lot of the. Awards after having a pretty good showing at the creative arts emmys earlier in the week. So it wasn't too much of a surprise although it was kind of a surprise I think to a lot of people to see it all happen at once because often in the past, we would have sort of a smattering of different categories. It wouldn't all be comedy all at once and that's what we saw. It was just like Shit Street Shit speak so much shits creek. And it was I it was I. It was the First Section that they did exactly. So but you know what it made me happy I. Think it made a lot of people happy to see that because. Really in these really dark times just the joy the pure joy in every time someone would go up for shades. Creek and it wasn't Dan Levy. But you would see him in the corner and his facial expressions or just. So joyful. It just made me ninety especially when it was his dad Eugene Levy I think and his little like clasped hands when his dad one, it was very, very adorable. Yeah it was great. So I was very happy about Shits Creek Yeah one thing I learned tonight is that Dan Levy when he wears a mask looks even more like his dad than otherwise does because you get the eyebrows they really pop over the mask I was like everybody here I mean I was thrilled for Shits Creek Shits. Creek. Had not been an emmy winner regularly until this season and so it Really did feel it kind of a victory lap I will say as happy as I was for the show, the fact that they bunched them all up where it was like the first like our and five hour and ten minutes of the telecast where they gave awards to nothing. But Shits, Creek. That got a little numbing after a while and as much as I can appreciate a sweep and I don't quibble with more or less any of the awards that were given out overnight. There was nothing that made me angry it's frustrating when there's a street that means the EMMYS aren't really able to acknowledge the breadth of the medium. There are so many wonderful comedies on. TV Right. Now, not seeing awards for insecure not seeing awards for what we do in the shadows, not seeing awards for the good place the good place like ending its run without ever winning an emmy is really frustrating to me as somebody who deeply deeply loves the show. So as happy as I am about Shits Creek and I'm very happy about it. It was a little sad to see. So many other shows just kind of swamped. Yeah. I felt that way too I. Think you know what? I said about these these emmys as they came to a close was that like I'm very much in agreement with people who felt like a lot of shows didn't get. Recognized that should have gotten recognized but I also find it really hard to argue with anything that one and it's very easy to look at like Oh. In this broadcast Shits Creek won seven awards. But that's all the emmys that it's ever one on any of the broadcasts since it's been on, it's been on for six seasons. So seven broadcast Emmy awards is not the lot for show that was on for six seasons. It's just that they all happened on the same night they were all bunched together and they were I, and I, think all those things made it. There was a moment when Dan Levy, it was somewhere around when they won their fourth or fifth. And he said, okay. The Internet's about to turn on me I'm so sorry and was right and he knew it and I think he was graceful skippy about it but Yeah. So nothing else swept quite like. Shits. Creek did but there were a couple of other really solid performers watchman which when we talked about it on the show, we really loved I really loved one for limited series which. was just a pack genre this year, you increasingly see a lot of the action in drama moving over to this series category. So at one for a limited series, Regina King one for lead actress who doesn't Love Regina King Yahya Abdul Mateen the second one four supporting actor in a limited series or movie core Jefferson and Damon Lindelof for writing for a miniseries or movie which I think was richly deserved. We. Didn't. We didn't have you on the team when we talked about watchmen I but what was your reaction to watchmen doing so well? Oh, it made me. So Incredibly Happy Honestly Regina King to me just give her all the awards for every roses mood, but she was especially great in watchmen and I think it took so many chances and it landed from me almost all of those big swings it took and so to see that happen and I do think it's worth pointing out Yas. Acceptance Speech, which was one of the biggest highlights of the night it was a story about. Police corruption and brutality. But in the midst of all was also a story about a gun came down to Earth. To reciprocate to a black woman all love that she deserved. Off Her sacrifices support Passion Protection And he did all that the body of black man and I'm so proud that I was able to walk into those shoes. So I dedicate this this award to all. My life is great. The way in which he talked about the black women who he dedicated the award to the black women in his life. Such a heartfelt speech and it was a mixture of surprise. But also like, yes, I know, I deserve the best possible way and so. Yeah for me that just really really seal the deal and I can't.
"emmys" Discussed on expediTIously with Tip "T.I." Harris
"One network turned us down to the point I felt so shamed I was really like an angry as an elevator like who tears down Brian Grazer. People people. Sure I just the nature of it. I mean look I learned that it was the nature of when. I had splashed. It was a huge success. Okay and then I thought wow, I've made it. I'm immortal right then I turn around and like I see et Steven Spielberg's e t and being put into turnaround that's after he directed jaws and close encounters and I think raiders of the lost Ark. Yes. So they're turning him down It's just what it is so you just have to believe. You know always continued on form yourself don't be a dilettante. Always don't just rely on instincts, they have to be informed instincts that Mason and then stick with it because. Nobody knows anything. Yeah. Everybody waking up everyday figuring Ashida and sometimes you your try. You know when you're talking about a story. They, the thing that really matters you might not have the ability to communicate. But it's their right. You know that makes sense does. So you could make black the first movie splash was ultimately it was about love. Like how disabled we are where we can't find it That's sort of was anyway cut you off. No. You're very funny too. Fighting. Back. I really truly appreciate you for coming in and share your time. You know you have. A hundred and ninety five emmy so. Turns of Shit to do but I thank you for communist imparted your wisdom and share your experiences with the generation. I think a lot of young storytellers and and filmmakers were really really appreciate it. Thank you, Thank you for all that you've done to. Celebrate our coach till Ash Doors and continue to create opportunities for those of us who may not get as much consideration as we deserve. Now. Yes. Here's expeditiously. We have what we cows addition to tradition is the word of the week that Word Week is usually a word ask select based on. The conversation or would I know think or believe of guests? So a hand picked this word for you. This word that shows brand razor is altruism. Altruism. Is the belief in or practice of disinterested and selfless concern for the well-being.
"emmys" Discussed on expediTIously with Tip "T.I." Harris
"Maybe, almost one hundred movies I've been involved. Okay. A hundred movies and you have a hundred and ninety five emmys. Yeah One, hundred, ninety. TV shows yeah. I, engine ninety five. Made. How well. I've. She get older to certain no no, I mean it's like. Amy and put it on. The Wall. No I also. One hundred ninety five. Why don't get one hundred ninety five okay girl yes. Okay. But I would get the emmy for the best series you know. So I did a limited series called from Earth moons I won for Best Limited series than for comedy arrested development than a drama for twenty four and I think we got something for empire but then all the other people are getting MBA's too. So that's kind of aggregate. So they just counting all of the collective emmys they can under the titles appeased all the things that I yeah. All the things that I've made. Oh. Well I mean that's GotTa bring somebody else. But. That's how they add them all up. How people do it with me I think the you know. You've had you had your work cut out for you try to do. Yeah. And you even you talk about how you? Met Od be yes and and what did that turn into? Did you meet him? Do you know? No, I met him ways. I met him once in passing. Yeah. I have met him once turned into it turned into well. It turned to me like. It was like an eye opening experience like, wow, this is hip hop I. Guess, Right Well it was just so wild. The guy was a you know he was the Wu Tang clan, the I love his voice I like the sound but more he was just. So Rowdy. So authentic authentic that I thought. This is this is a guy that defining the tone of what hip hop is from the East Coast perspective, right? So Okay because I knew very little about that but but that introduction. Planted the seed for Wootton American Saga Yes How did you hold onto that idea from the time? You met him all the way up to. Saying. How did you keep that idea nurtured and cultivated to the point of you know from conception to to release Well from what I learned about my one experience with Oh DB. Okay. I thought I got to go on a kind of a learning journey in and learn about what is this all about so Then, the Fook. Went from the tank landing chuck the okay. Because I ever public memorabilia story. A. Hell of a stool and they have like these deep kind of political anthems and that was another expression of like how hip hop was working in that time, and then then I venture quickly met someone Slick Rick and though yeah..
"emmys" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook
"Yeah. Oh my gosh, which is where I mean I. I wasn't clear at first. Yes she punching the Church or Urgent need the church well, sometimes, you just see what she's punching you. We'll say do I think it's weird that she's wearing? A Thin Blue Line BANDANNA. Like of all, like that feels like it doesn't go at the other things. We started doing these designs a while ago. Okay Anyway. Yeah. Yeah. This is when you could have a thin blue line. Actually some people thought it was cool. Okay, right. We the happened. One. It takes months to know designing their Glenn at the time that we did. It was actually cool. But we did I will say this when when you guys came in with the designs, I was like, okay. We have to plan for culture shifts because time you know the amount of time is gonNA take to make us. We don't know what's going to happen and Hayes specifically get being like this Bandanna will always be cool. Yeah. I he did double and triple down on that and he tried to walk off the project if we didn't make the bit. Where I was like. You know. Sympathetic to I mean. Yeah, you were take or leave. It's really fine. I. Just kind came in like here's a suggestion. Hayes went no way. He went nuts. Yeah. I. Never Seen Him there. It's all there. It's on there and it works and it's. Great I mean the most beautiful one I. So we did compromise on that if you remember when I first submitted it. It wasn't then I I was doing a big ass blue lied thick Blue Line. This share ain't the thick enough. Yeah. Right because the original. Remember. It was very thick Blue Line with a punisher skull. Like make this a little thinner like. Oh Yeah as long as we keep the punisher skull. Yeah. Yeah. But can I say it looks good. And it does look good. It looks great. Cool. Cool. Divorced from any meaning it looks cool and then whether you agree with what it but the she looks like and cool graphically, it's cool like a bunch of stripes at a punisher skull aesthetically in one color. Awesome. It's awesome. Yeah but we do go and Yasser. It's been so great to have you here in and if you want an emmy for your shows I, know you have the mold but just tell me because I'm just kind of shoving them in this bag pig feed and I'll come back and grab him later because I got angry for accused Obama to hop back over this hedge. Cool No, no. Thank you so much I just saw something to qube A router is a router because they're having streaming stuff issues. I think maybe you give me an emmy for that. She wanted to do that. What's is like a Cisco or? It's it's a Lt something. Oh. it's one of the nicer ones. Okay we're our sorry A. R. I S.. For. Sure. So yeah. Check out qube and and and thank Yasser when you're able to watch your show, he sold them in ours router and then thanks so much for being here. I'm so sorry, my card filled up everyone by..
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"Your wife it says that under the main thing but the main thing is like Chris Bosh cool and then under little Wayne Little Wayne did something crazy. and. So the channel box thing like I is there a way you can put the best actor thing back on it I could I could take the be from box and put that up front. Just I mean I have that. He knows that the did say best here. I would say. Slide that over you could say that the beast of well Alan I. See Challenge Child Ox. That like. I do like ox tales like that's a fair. You know it would help actually if Jordan could kind of. Breakfast Studies degree to like kind of. Get out there and popularized having auks. For Breakfast yes. That would actually publish big research paper. Almost I'll make an appeal sandwich for twenty, nine, ninety, nine. Okay. That seems. I was gonNA say reasonable yeah. That's a premium item and. Fifty nine dollars Oh. My God, still cheap. So. So I'm not I'm not convinced. This is Michael Douglas as house the either I'm at. I'm at a feed and fuel store. So IT'S A it's A chickenfeed and like. A BIG BA big burlap sack labeled pig feed, and then there's like some drums of diesel gas here. Okay. So I just I just WANNA. Make sure I'm catching all this right. At accused, Oba. Weren't watcher I kinda jumped over the hedge. was. Back. So I think he was in the back. Gotcha. Okay. So you're a kid Dobie next to a feed and fuel story. Yeah. Well, yeah. Yeah. I. Mean I. Guess they had humans needs a feed in. Yeah. I. Get that aren't sure. Yeah Michael Douglas is only I guess he needs fuel feed is as much as anyone but. I'm surprised because it's not nice. chapelle lives on a farm. Yeah. Yeah. This is not a farm. You know this is a sort of a silo saying that. I'm saying just more that people have chosen alternative routes of living as recently, right? Yeah. Like me like a lot of people say you live in Corolla. About me. Say That Yeah I said it. I'm guilty of saying it as much as anyone, right? Yeah. Yeah and Hayes has been like to be clear. It's a ninety eight. Corolla. On like just a tag. Yeah he's you can own that. Oh Yeah. No I've I've said that Ally and you never say anything. You don't respond. Yeah. Right. A Lot. I think one of the issues with me is that I hate wires. You are actually having to leave that space. For A. Space to during this time, it's not my supplier space is not one that is your space have this is I actually think it's time it's time for liars to speak up. Like they like I want to hear what they have to say. Okay. Scientific Next question. was like. Signed for me to step back and listen to all these liars. and they're like, I, have a lot of money I've never gotten sick. Yeah you know yeah. They're cool and I'm like, Hey, I'm just what do you need? What would you need? That's what I say I do you need a platform say something that's not true. Yeah. That's my thing. Truly. We have Sean. Can you dislike Yup just kind of leave the other ones out in the roads I'm I'M GONNA win Wingham at. At passing cars and stuff yeah, we have. That make a suggestion. Suggestion you if you say anything to me. Oh my God. Okay. So first of all. That's my first thing I want to say is aw. My. Second thing is if you're like instead of just giving them away a Kuwaiti give someone a gift as you stand over a bridge that's over a highway and you drop things over the bridge as cars or passing underneath, it'll land in their car maybe through the windshield Yasser to show like, should we save one for any shows you WANNA promote and we give you like, yeah, you want some of these. Shows I. Again. It's like one of those things I have a thing vilemis because I have a mold here. So, I'm good. Thank you by the way for molding all the. I. It's hard as I'm getting bit by Ans-. but I love look I lo oh. Are there any answers in the as like I tried to make smooth them how I'm seeing a bunch? I'm seeing them and I honestly think it adds to it. Yes. Some of them bet likes you asked they're they're back part. What's that called John Authorities like a thorax situation. Well I thought you put Anson there because you wanted Anson their pants 'cause they're wearing pants. So that is the effect sometimes, and that would be a good thing to say they are wearing these I. Guess you could call them pants really they are dry salvage. Rajhi's. Right but yeah, some people do call pants. I like what Hayes is saying is the right thing. So but yeah so just their thorax is captured in their front. Parts. Yet. They're pentameter. Her. We. We never said what she has on top, but she's wearing a big chunky sweater and suspenders. So yeah. Yeah. And the sweater and she's Yeah it's the sweater winter that kid wears in the shine she's got the whole. She's got holes were her thumbs can go through. She's a little. Yeah. He's a little like what she's like. I don't care I'm an emmy. Yeah. You know so that actually and I gotta say like what? Eyebrow Piercing Sean Ya? Yeah. When you guys came with that design, I was like Isla Wyche that she's Kinda just like she's like this new school like I don't know you know I was like what's the Zumur? She's not young she's actually pretty old, but like has that. Zimmer by. She also like the fact that she's wearing platform jelly sandals. Like she's taller now. As like Jordan didn't even mention that part like she wasn't like. This is one of my favorite parts of it. No and brass knuckles that say the.
"emmys" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook
"Little bears. But anytime, you guys need something taken to him. I'm more than glad to I'll hop on and to be honest with you guys use your dry cleaning picked up or you know just like a sweep clean sweep of the spot Let me end master Gla- gloves. Got Some bleach and I'll do I'll do all do the thing. But yes. To say we're friends is. Has Have I been texted instructions before about getting in and like the safest way to like maintain the grounds yeah. But he's not and that you wouldn't even want him to be in the same room as you are to like like be really talking to you and like saying hi and stuff for like, I mean this we gotta be safe right now. Yeah it'd be safe right now and like one of those I think one of the most one of the best things come out of our friendship is that he made me wear a mask before all this stuff started because he didn't want to see me so. I. He kind of knows what I look quick like it's like one of those things that like if outside of like a phone call if I in real life I were be given an instruction he might be like you or and I'd like, yes or but oh, we've spoken before and then I would do the chore that he asked Me To do Sean. had. What are you going to say? To Don, cheadle, you bring you brought all the EMMYS. I've got a bunch of them. Yeah. Some of them Kinda messed up. They like well, I loved him in the car. And a lot of them sort of melted together. And also like. They look you know obviously. Don't know where we stand on the sort of. Conversation these days obviously don't want to offend anyone but the emmy. The Emmy Statue is mucking. Babe she's a fire smoke show. Like Can we say that like? It's better than saying that she's like unattractive. Way, which is why you said last year. Well okay. Yes and I'm learning I'm growing right read I. Took the time to listen a now I'm back I've listened I've heard what you said which is don't. Don't you know go. Wolf. Wolf what a Dog And say, actually this time like, Oh man, I'm getting charged up. You also did say. Based on, and then you made people pull up pictures of women that you found unattractive and you could be in like it's got to be her which I. I don't think this is a good idea I say, this is not a good idea at a lot of the women were in the room. Yeah. Nazi. Yeah that wasn't great. I obviously regret that you know that choice and so what I'm doing now is I'm going this fucking Emmy you know who? This thing's GonNa get me in trouble man and we you know we have chain. We've made some shit like. We do want be like conscious about the stuff, and so the emmy was always worrying this like dress and it's like, oh Women have to wear like a draft. Now until now, the new award, the emmys wearing loose jeans. which is made it so much heavier. Think yeah. And I like the the amount of like laser etching that goes into that stuff is cool. They literally, they laser etched every single seam on the back tab it says lead dungarees. Aw. Dental One A lot of stray out of the box. There's a lot of pouches on the jeans. Better. Bed represents some pretty cool stuff to me. Tire. Motorcycle companies you know the concept of peace. Woodstock snoopy. Strand. Is Very prominent panch you know. There's the one that says sturgis motorcycle rally in under that it says no exist and it's like a play on the coexist one at like I'll never I'll never exist with you guys. The Jesus fishes are there. And he's getting fried. So there's Statue. Yes. The Emmy woman we have made an atheist. Because, we don't want to alienate anyway. Any, anyone religion for her then it's like some people aren't GonNa want the statue, but if you just go like. She sprang up the Jesus Fish. Now, all of a sudden everyone can enjoy the award. But she's very vocal about atheism of the A is. Ricky surveys tour t-shirt US will. It's just like he rules he rules and yes stigma out of her pocket as like Christopher, Hitchens Book and. That's kind of falling. You could just see peaking out. The pocket zoo, which is like, why would you book your front pocket but here we are you know. So we have to give this. We have to give one of these two DON cheadle. Are you at the houses house like look like clean like nicely Kinda like and I I don't think it's Donald's house. I gotTa tell. You I met this bill I'm at the address that we kind of agreed on. This. Is Not feeling like bound cheetos house to me what about it makes you say that? You know. As I as I just step in it is key Yoga Grill. Yasser you've been. Is that this John Don t to live in Cuba Grill. He has a Q, a non grill wine that's a separate part of the house where he hosts meetings mask lists everyone kisses on the way and and then you sit down and you talk about you know the kids. I mean it does sound like living in Cuba does sound weird but I actually I've heard recently that Reggie Miller has actually moved into Wendy's. Oh Way. Yes, I. The reckless. He loves the breakfast so much. It was actually easier for him to actually move into Wendy's and wake. He's got a bed in there. And like every morning he wakes up at Wendy's and he eats. Breakfast. And Jordan. Now, this one you'd be like, yeah, this explanation to Chime in Yeah Wendy's breakfast. Let's go twelve items on that menu and their prices. And their praises. And the prices come on come on line. I'm on. EG. mcmuffin. Oh my God. Ready implies, McDonald's for five ninety nine. That's Like George Bush one. Very damaging to your political career started. That you're so out of touch that you. I'm you can buy a McDonald's for five, nine, hundred dollars. You can get a Hash Brown for thirteen fifty go no. Oh, that'd be. Much for breakfast. Raw they're charging thirteen fifty for a hack own Wendy's or you though. Just compare if we have you'd ever paid for a hashbrowns anywhere else Joran I. What's in the benefit of the Dow? What's in Nash Brown you're getting. As them to put thirteen hashbrowns altogether like a big Hash Brown hashbrowns.
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"It's like here's old television telling you all about the new television glee in twenty four. You know not that long ago like yeah they used to be in the mix for things and some of their comedy certainly arrested development but yeah it was like this is us. I think is is is one of the few things kind of keeping networks in the Emmys the good place a little bit as well but like I just yeah. It just felt this kind of like complete. I mean granted also very Murdoch and kind of its shameless dislike just concession to like the yeah we're not. We're not you guys anymore like we're this now and we'll show your award show but we're not that's a whole different thing. That's a bunch of like you know. COASTAL SNOBS JOBS here. Here's the meat and potatoes for everyone else who I don't think was even watching the Emmys it reminded me of you know we excerpted back in July a book an oral history of the shrimp rise called the method to the madness by Allen Salkin and Aaron short and it's so crazy and sort of darkly funny they talk about the escalator announcement and you know according to these people at least they were all very self aware about the fact that it was going to be totally repulsive and disgusting to millions of Americans and they were excited about it it and that kind of was the vibe that I got off the mast singer thing stock just being like Oh my God. I can't believe they gave us the keys to this thing for one night. Let's just be as disgustingly gusting Lee Fox as we can because no one can stop us but I am looking forward to the reveal of magic because I understand it's Kieran Culkin and Lachlan Murdoch together Tarija the rare double mess one of the other like weird show elements of this to me was Z. Game of thrones tribute and then later the veep tribute they kind of broke up halfway through the middle of the show and Joe and I was talking to you during get about how dislike incredibly awkward it felt like eulogize game of thrones especially because Bran Isaac hip to the right was not on stage even though he won the game of thrones joined well. How did that strike you yeah. I don't know I don't know how the that went over with. You guys where you're watching but he did not seem to go over super well in the room. I mean okay. Let me let me be fair. There was I think the first Janney ovation of the night was for the game casts it was really fun to see Gwendolyn Christie get the largest share of all from the crowd but she looks like visibly surprised by that too. It was really charming. It was very sweet and I'm Clark got a big cherishes as well but you know the the setup up for it self just seems a little off and odd and the lines that they had to read about the show seemed a little stilted so for viewing audience is at home. It seemed seemed a little off kilter and then especially when thrones made kind of him I mean is it fair to say was a muted showing when they won best drama I think so because they had an opportunity to win so many more awards last night and they didn't so they picked up the prize English. They picked up the top prize which which you know I don't know that I can argue with whatever my feelings were about the final season given what it meant impact wise to division but they lost just out in in crazy to me that beauty which is still the only actor to ever win an Emmy for thrones and four times you know so to me it had the weird like ring of of that it was less about celebrating show for its artistic merits which you know technically the the emmys are supposed to be doing and more about like you made us so much money and now you're going going. Thank you please only kind of thing like it felt a little sweaty Eddie in that way and veep too to the tribute to a lesser extent you know I'm sure the economics of that are pretty good too but like game of thrones was a a global phenomenon unlike we've seen in a long time and and I it felt like they were sort of thinking they're they're king you know or something who was who who was retiring or something it felt a little bit like kissing a ring. I don't know did it did sit strangely and and you know again to go go back to the HBO Party for All Games runs wins like it was not as celebratory mood. Maybe as as could have been one also leaks since game in the monster wants. This game of thrones went off the air. It feels like it's been off the air forever like that. Last season was such kind of a mess creatively and like the d the discourses got so exhausting that like having you must feel like all of them coming back and say like Oh let it be over like I want to move on with my life. It's you're so right. I was just I was just thinking that actually and I think that it's it's because the season wasn't good. You know I think people just got left with it really squandered so much enthusiasm and excitement. It's too bad I think in the long run will look back back in and admire the show but I think there's a long hangover from it. Just being such a letdown. I think there is a sour taste for are a lot of us who covered it and who watched it but I did hear from people who were on the show that they were all excited to see each other again so I don't think that they that they themselves. Ellsworth like Oh can't believe we have to do this. They were excited to go there. I'm sure excited to have won. The biggest that at least is not a full embarrassment for them. You you know what I mean. They like walked away with that but I think for. I agree with you guys for all of us for me who has talked about game of thrones almost nonstop for years. I have not wanted talk about it much for the last few months you know or even talk about entertain ideas of of the prequel series that they're doing because I was just like I need a break from Wester Astros please. You know which is why why we can be so excited about something like fleabag because it just felt so fresh in different and new and exciting and deserving of all the awards it got so that was that was my takeaway from the night with the exception of meeting. He gave the thrones winning because I feel like everything That was exciting. Phelps deserved everything surprising felt deserved and then there are a few rubber stampers like SNL worms like all right fine in you know as terrible season last season but it always wins his category so fine. I know you stand ozark Joanna so well. I unloved Julia. Garner is true and Jason Bateman Jesus Beam in one at I don't know if you guys have seen the slow reaction of Jason Bateman money but it is a thing of beauty 'cause he is. I'm sorry Laura Linney is like what is Laura Linney is giving but but but you know that was a result of three entries from game of thrones eating each other in that category I think so yeah but I'm always on the lookout out from that for that Mike Z. Raised US on the podcast couple years ago that ideally the double threat or the triple threat or the celebrity director of the celebrity writer and it really does seem to shine nine through the Emmys such an irresistible figure for that because she's like so what she has made it so good. She's so charming. She's so interesting to talk to and light to like like look at her and be like you just made this perfect thing. You want to just throw out her. Do we want to talk about the Michelle Williams speech yeah. I always just wanted to ask what other victories victory that we felt like. We're like universally good and Michelle Williams having an emmy something we can all get behind too yeah and I mean I think she made made really good use of her moments Richard. Yeah I mean. I think that you know obviously She didn't thank us but I think the fact that we had our in. The podcast is what got her the win. Obviously I think I feel very comfortable taking credit for that but yeah. I think like you said you were in the lake. In a show that felt you know very sweet goods. You know Nice speeches very happy. Michelle Liam's came up there and actually did say something about you know pay an equity especially for women of color compared to their white male colleagues yes and and and and it felt S- pertinent to the moment and it also I think recognize that like something like when they see us walked in in that theater with eleven nominations and left with I think maybe one or two I mean and draws Rome one but like you know like I think that there was a sense of of disparity in the broadcast last night and and even know Michelle Williams herself as you know a white woman who's been you know famous for a long time in his was was arguably one of the bigger kind of quote movie stars in the room. I think it was great that she used that victory in that platform to sort of mentioned other people in the room either kind of indirectly it felt it felt really good. I don't know Kinda righteous and the audience responded in kind and I also felt very per bull personal Michelle Williams right because because as she mentioned backstage there was this pay equity scandal around all the money in the world where Mark Wahlberg got like one point five million and she got a thousand dollars or something thing like that to do so so that was a personal thing that she went through an experience but also topical to the the piece of art she made because this show was about Gwen verdon like getting her moment in the spotlight after being overshadowed by her creative creative partner but bossy so it's it was a really good marriage of it didn't feel sort of out of place. I will say that while I really really appreciate uh-huh Tricia Arquette said that that one did feel slightly out of place but like I'm not GonNa be mad at her cat for stumping for Trans Rights on stage of course that's great but it's not it didn't have the same organic flow that Michelle's speech. Did you know yeah I mean billy porter also kind of took advantage of his moment. I think I think I think the status at he's the first openly gay actor of color to win the best drama Emmy. I feel like there has to be like he might be. The first openly gay actor quoted when any emmy. I don't know that anyway anyway it was billed as a history making moment and I feel like he really kind of stepped up to that moment speech yeah and it was also billy. Porter winning is so interesting the fleabag bag windsor interesting like and then you have on the other side of things like Mazel you know vowed sporting winning again and Tony shillue winning and you know I felt probably Tony Shalhoub won an emmy every a year for a decade for monk which actually went three or four but but there there is a really interesting bifurcation between what you would kind of assume to be the traditional conservative. Have you know we just hit the button for the name. We recognize kind of voting and then this other stuff. That's really interesting I just I. I don't know that we'll ever know the answer to this question. Shen like just a different kind of part of the academy. That's voting for things like billy. Porter and fleabag or are those kind of impulses whole says existing within individual member..
"emmys" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"I mentioned are kept waiting for the act continuing in her resurgence here so really been stronger and even as she said in her speech you know I'm fifty years old doing the best acting in my career but I'm still mourning the death of my sister and she made a plea for Trans Trans. Women Are Trans People in fact just to get more jobs and to be honored to be recognized as regular people so our cat speech. I thought was strong. Reporter also propose some good memories memories overall from a show which like I said joy didn't think it was a great show necessarily but didn't think there was lots of surprises and oftentimes. That's a really good part of the show. I think that honestly saved the show this year. I thought a lot of the bits like the opening bid with Anthony Anderson saving the EMMYS. I thought a lot of those kind of fell flat even when Barunholtz in my Rudolph came out after having surgery. I also thought that it was kind of awkward even with my Rudolph's amazing time in so I'm glad there is something to keep a kind of entertained but at what did you think of Thomas Lennon as the commentator. Do you think those funnier now. I did see a lot of people tickets shots it. Let's I think that's a tough shot. you know if you're a clever one liners. I didn't think it was funny. It was different but no I wasn't really in favor of you. yeah. I thought I thought he had some good quips lips and jokes at the beginning but then it kinda started to fall flat the further the show progressed but I did really like Bob Newhart and Ben Stiller that whole bit of found to be very funny. Oh yeah that was great yeah. They did this whole bit where the honoring legends the past so they had Lucille Ball and George Burns Bob Newhart still alive is there and ends up telling bench that I I didn't know I hated you in Tropic Thunder. Not that was pretty funny as well definitely I agree that that was definitely a good moment but like during the fact it's the golden age of television would have thought there'd be some more memorable moments. But what do you make the factory my buddy. Max Brito previous guest on Sin Fouls text me saying you know the Emmy Stink honoring a bunch of shows that nobody watches but I think looking them for quality writes a fleabag supposed to be this good. This is the beauty of an award show is giving love to show that should be seen by more people and because these emmys I know I'm certainly going to watch an episode or two and I think more people will right yeah. I definitely think so especially phoebe Waller Bridge. You know this was kind of per coming out party. I think more so than the previous year's sleep bag is a show that I've never heard anyone say anything bad about in this kind of solidifies that yeah it was definitely memorable night like I said I feel bad for Julia. Drivers use with the combination having overcome cancer having won the statute every single time that would be enough to win the award but unfortunately does not come through any closing thoughts Joe. I think we've done an emmy recap that suitable for now yeah closing thought keep tick tock off the stage of the Emmys that Kim Jong Bit. I could've done without that whole thing I do love. Kim Jong previous guests on Senteci- came to ESPN once he's a really good guy he was great in the Comedy Central Roast of Alec Baldwin but yeah that was that was not one of the stronger orbits the night was her favourite speech for you like Porter for poses emotional Patricia. Can I thought was pretty good. Israeli other speeches that stood out to you Alex Bornstein for sure because she started started out funny but then she just hit this really really positive note at the end to end had the crowd cheering. I loved that speech was very good and like I said I'm so happy for Shillue even and as he started his speeches and listen I know people hate when they start reading notes and giving up names and stuff and I gotta do it pulls up. The notes posted the glasses so hey it's your moment. It's your emmys enjoy it once again. Thank you so much of checking these special emmys recap. We'll be back on Wednesday of this week. A review of Brad Pitt's new film ad Astra once again. Please go to apple subscriber rate and review. Give us some love that until then I'll see you at the movies compete..
"emmys" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"He's giving me a ton of new movies at checkout all right. Thank you very much as always please just subscribe to rate and review well the new podcast coming out tomorrow maybe Wednesday excuse me we're taping it tomorrow and come Wednesday in which we will discuss the new Brad Pitt film ad Astra and all the usual of components of sinophile but like I said this is a special one just talk with the EMMYS which took place on Sunday night and I found there to be a lot of refreshing washing surprises. Normally you watch these new kind of where it's going but honestly tons of surprises all over the place and first and foremost how `bout fleabag give it up to my girl. Claire Formerly member of Sinophile the air up there was her segment. She told me months which text me go watch fleabag up I was still doing sinophobic talking all about it congrats to her and Dan who just got married this weekend in Nashville and of course course closed texts during the fired up for fleabag begs the show the year man they wins best comedy series veep in its final season wins for best writing which was was expected to but the biggest shock of the Mall Julia Louis Dreyfuss the Titular Star Aviv who beat cancer last year she wins every single time she needed to get enough votes for seventh statue actually for the role seventh statue for the role if she'd want you to become the most decorated performer about the television academy instead the final season of veep a huge loser losing all all the major races from comedy series to supporting comedy actor Tony Hale Loses and actress as well as Julia goes dentists Phoebe Waller Bridge who even after they won the best show. Your speech was hilarious okay. This is a little bit much. I was expecting a couple these become on like I said she's expect to win comedy writing but to beat jeweler drivers and last year's income winner Rachel Brosnahan for the Marlins Mrs Mazel and to invest comedy series. I mean those are surprises all over the place Joe. I'm sure you are surprises. I were specifically the joy louis-dreyfuss life is did not win best actress yeah. I completely agree especially in her last season especially since in in years past seems like the Emmys have always honoured outgoing show show kind of like they did with game of thrones yesterday so that was a huge shocker yeah the ones that was happening especially early on supporting actor comedy is the Great Tony Shalhoub wins. Listen I would've loved to seen in any of the three guys from Berry Anthony Kerrigan Stephen Root or Henry Winkler win but I'm really happy Shalhoub a previous guest ons foll- interviewed him at the broadcast film Craig's Association back in January January so take a listen to that. I asked him about Mazel some of his other work as well supporting actress. Alex bursting was hilarious. She's drinking booze when they announced that she's the winner next to her good friend. Seth McFarland just roaring with applause again. I would like to have seen Sarah Goldberg Win for Berry but fleabag does not win. Stay on Clifford. Coma were both non Alex Burstein wins for the Marvelous Mrs Azazel so early on the does love Mazel second season here we go but those are the major winners after that. Bosnian doesn't win doesn't win for comedy series writing goes to like I said to fleabag also the directing for comedy series goes to fleabag his wall to Harry Brad Beer so he comes huge. Now the good news for Berry fans like me. Bill Hater Hater wins best actor in a comedy series as he dusts off Eugene Levy for Shits Creek Anthony Anderson for blackish. Don cheadle black Monday Ted Danson the good place and Michael Douglas Douglasville Kaminsky math and I would say that I thought hater was just as strong and season two. Maybe in some ways better because this show is more dramatic so I was thrilled to see him when they're Rupaul Windsor Windsor Rupaul drag races staying reality competition program. Okay Patricia arquette continues or late career renaissance. She wins for the act that was kind of Oprah Patricia Clarkson a win for sharp objects but supporting actress in the limited series or movie goes to Patricia. Our cat so a nice win there as I mentioned that was her kind of career renaissance but other headlines along with Flay Bang beep losing Mexican game of thrones thrones as Joe mentioned. They get the best drama series. Even though people were critical the final season and reviews were mixed at best it does win best drama series but loses in lots of other major categories including best actress which Jodi comber comes up huge beating Sandra. Oh Dr nominated last year was seen as the front runner this year but comber. We're playing a seductive assassin wins her first ever emmy. Another SNOB was able to do Vernay who wrote and directed all episodes of when they see yes that's a dramatized telling of the nineteen eighty nine central park jar case five teenage boys wrongfully convicted and imprisoned for vicious assault every talked about when he came on Netflix but it loses to sure noble noble excuse me the HBO Limited series as that wins for the best limited series overall so disappointment there for overnight but the other big surprise the night the biggest so much joy Louis Dreyfus losing the other big one though is Gerald Jerome coming up huge. It's right not Jerome Jovic but giral jerome the actor he knocks off Mersal Ali and Academy Award winner a protruded active. It was the best part of that show. Sam Rockwell who's up for Fosse Verdon. and instead jerome comes up as the winner played the real life. Corey wise both parts of when they see CBS and his teenage years and then more than a decade later and you can see the crowd really get excited when he won clearly. It's a show that resonated with people and it was nice to see unrewarded. Although I was surprised that Rockwell doesn't win or Ali Again Academy Award winners you just figure they're going to get some love there. As far as ozark is concerned Julia Garner wins as for best supporting actress for nomination game of thrones and Fiona Shaw killing you think about that four nominees from game of thrones and none of them win the all split the vote and Gara comes through and speaking uh-huh another big surprise Jason Bateman does not win for best actress drama get. He's one of the guys that lost durell Jerome instead he wins for directing Oscar actor producer director taking the drama directing trophy again multiple entries from game of thrones denied and even Abatements Reaction Seem Gentlemen surprised and when he went there for the speech as well. I've fan of succession like Cabbie second season of succession lighting up Social Media Jesse Armstrong the writer he ends up winning over the second season episode of the the handmaid's tale series finale game of thrones and the fourth season finale a better call salsa succession does not go home completely empty handed as the writing category does come through through as a game of thrones doesn't winning best drama series and they even had a nice little montage. They're offering the shows that are leaving. Big Bang Theory and other shows that are saying goodbye but as far as the show itself was considered did think they needed a host that tried that opening off the top Anthony Anderson felt a little bit contrived as Bryan Cranston comes on talk with the best of television has is to offer you would just think with the modern era of television you'd be able to have a host host is that kind of connective tissue that brings it all together and without having what I didn't think the show is particularly equally strong. Even the comedians called Baron Kimmel came out. They did their best but I didn't think there's a lot of strong memorable moments having said that there was a few along the way including the best actor in a drama series which was the winner to another surprise of course it was billy porter for pose now. These are the nominees he's up against so I'm pulling hard for Bob. Bob Odenkirk for better call. Saul Kit Harrington might win game of Thrones Sterling K. Brown people rave about him on his us. Jason Bateman Ozark Milo Ventimiglia for this is US instead instead billy porter wins becoming the first openly gay man to win a outstanding lead actor in drama series. He's got this giant hat on. It goes there. It gives a memorable speech so again you talk about history being made at the EMMYS. Billy Puertas that for pose I don't have any people are actually watching the show but definitely he was a big winner there so as far as like I said the surprises of the night billy porter for pose obviously fleabag doing so well even Jesse Armstrong winning for succession one of the thought for game of thrones. Peter includes does win for supporting actor again. I was really hoping to see one of the guys better call Saul. I Win Giancarlo Esposito or Jonathan Banks but instead includes wins for the fourth time. He's a real emmy darling when it comes to the show Joe gave a solid speeches. Well says it was time of their lives and the you know the blood for the show and all the rest of it variety talk series. Nobody can be John over again. He wins. It was pulling for Colbert. Try Get some love. Maybe even Jimmy Kimmel after seventeen seasons but John Oliver is a Juggernaut in this category they win for variety talk series also went for the best writing as well and one of the better moments outstanding variety sketch series goes to Saturday night live again was kind of hoping for Sasha Baron Cohen for who is America but instead it is snl nor Michael's giving a solid speech he goes up there and spoke with the episodes Adam Sandler return to the show first time in twenty plus years and sang the tribute to Chris Farley his good friend and as Lauren said last night you had camera operators crying you had boom mic sitting emotional because a lot of them had worked with Chris Farley and it worked on the show when Adam Sandler Chris Farley were together and he said that's what makes the show so special to forty plus years there's that and the politics he said with a wink and a nod and SNL wins once again limited series escape. Dan Amora didn't do very well. I was hoping for Ben Stiller's drama drama. Get some love. Fosse verdant Michelle Williams does win best actress so that was a nice victory over Patricia arquette escape data more and Amy Adams for sharp objects. Although Sam Rockwell losing again he emerged Shali he was one in Fosse Verdon Rockwell was he loses their and the limited series. Chernobyl definitely a solid winner so HBO Death Tinos. They're doing when it comes to limited. Series not only does that win for the best limited series but also in a couple of other categories as well so good news there. If you're a fan of Chernobyl the one surprise outstanding TV movie. I was really pushing hard for deadwood the movie such a fan of David Milch work in the writing is so strong that show maybe even brexit was going to women cumberbatch instead bander snatch wins for Black Mirror so did not see that one coming and didn't necessarily feel strongly about that one..
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"emmys" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage
"He has no idea that we broke for the border and he still stuck in the party on their homing may happen, and then finally turned around, oh, and he hangs up on and we all run off to the street. Oh my God. I couldn't get out of there sooner because by that time and that I don't know what time of night was that was at midnight at now. It was. Eleven eleven name even ten thirty. I had been on and talking. Yes, all day yes along, yes. So for me to sit and wait for someone to drunkenly try to take my picture, you know, almost got you want anything in Mike. I'm smiling the whole routine. I've been doing it all day. You have to. I could not get out of that part of it. Plus Lorne Michaels had just annoying keyword John. You're done sprayed with only one. I was a Lorne, Michaels. Skunk, holy water lifted his leg and you're done, meanwhile, okay, the creative Emmys where the week before on the Sunday before. So I went to all those parties that party and then the party's the weekend before because that. Okay, the EMI that grownup Emmys was on Monday, yes. So on Friday night, I went to the w party entertainment one. You want Tandy with. I went to variety and then it went out to the CIA party. All right. Danced for about forty, five minutes with Ben day, my eight, my other agent and had a great time. He's fun. Yeah. Then Saturday night, I didn't see him at the Emmys. Ben. Are these Jonathan? Yeah. Then Saturday I went to, I may have the days wrong, but I went to the BAFTA Afghans hardy with Tandy. You did want Saturday. You did with Tandy Sunday, you with your friend? Yes. So that's why an you? A gifting suite? It was downstairs at the Emmys. Oh, okay. Okay. Because the of the gifting suites in, you know, very well girl. They've been busted. Well, this is the thing. The only gifting suites that are really worth any Oscar. The motherfucking Oscar sets the other one, something at the Oscars are something some year. I don't know what it was. You ever do anything? No, I went to the Vanity. Fair party. You did something years ago years ago. I'm talking about when we were on the radio together because you had a gift bag that you got from doing something. Maybe it was MTV something and you gave me a bunch of your stuff from your. Gifting bag. Even I remember I remember Bruno's I'm ju on the way he knows. I love that shit. And the first time we went together, we went from me. Yeah, I only went. I only went 'cause Michelle with love. Yeah, serious. He gives me everything. I love it. My husband's always like go to the gifting. I brought lily last year in the problem with them is like literally the one for MTV had vibrators we'd an alcohol, so basically, well Lilley was like, can you get me wanna move? And I'm like, so mom's going to have to pose with jibe rate, right? Because when if they give you the gift, you have to pose as a celebrity if to pose with look what I have. So they could sell the to the person who owns the divide, the comfortable you can basically whoring yourself out, showed us uses vibrate. Yes, and I said, I won't buy a vibrator. Yes, Adam and eve very good, and they send it nondescript boxes. That's ri- Goethe Adam and eve and get your vibrators. Don't make your mother pose, but I don't smoke weed. I don't smoke cigarettes. I don't drink alcohol. The makeup is sometimes. Okay. Sometimes there's purpose. It's not worth me getting all dressed up and being out for a free if I asked him like pleasure out of being a Horia. Yes, I'm all for, yes. In this situation, it was like nut now. Well, listen, we've got more stories from the front of mind worries. The front of the EMMY showdown will going to take a break. We'll be right back after this. Everybody's talking about these Boll and branch sheets from the Wall Street Journal too fast company fours magazine. Everybody asked me about him. Are they really soft as you say they are? They absolutely are. They are the finest most beautiful sheets and they're not as expensive as those, you know, those crazy prices that you can pay for sheet like up two thousand dollars..
"emmys" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage
"We're talking about the Emmys. Wow, what a night by the time it was done as you know, a Saturday Night, Live Lorne Michaels. Produced this year's EMMY telecast. So at explains why all the Saturday Night Live people were in attendance and in the show host were because it was funny. Listen again on the saying kiss Emmys ask because I got no, no asset need to kiss, but being there and I didn't watch it. I was there. I laughed it many, Joe. Yes, that those boys did. Yeah. The news boy, so it's dry wit. It's really sarcastic and dry wit, and I liked that not my root can do no wrong in my book will you know she was originally supposed to be in our skit, but they cut it at the last minute. Well, the ski that ski the skit was cute young as fine. It was fine. Yes, she did her thing with Fred, I wanna talk about the after party. Well, I I know where you're going. So let's do the first moment. Will you? 'cause we went to the Netflix, Netflix party, I, but I think we got there kind of early. You think so? Yeah, because I heard that the Popo shut it down. Right? So we left at the right time left. We got there at the right, but I tell you some about Netflix, bitch. They don't play around. They had a full make as you want sushi bar like it was not no pigs in blankets. Sushi bar really nice stuff. We ran into Tommy Dorfman and Catherine forgive me length leg for. Yeah, further Langford, one of them from thirteen reasons by love Tommy. So it was lovely seeing them and then alyssum Latta was there with her hubby. David, then we, we grow from dear white people. Alot game frowning. We love her. She, that girl is so beautiful. She was with her momma? Yeah, Fred Armentony and castle, Leon friends are friends of, oh, no, we got to meet with the big ball, his head flicks yet. Ted say his name show. It's it's a Greek. Let you say serandon does not Sarana Serena's. Okay. She's gonna look it up and because we'll say it wrong. Lovely wife for that was great. Jeez, that's Randolph. Yeah. Say Randolph's UC set it right. I've been saying that Sorrento's. No, he told you there was no d. you said Ted Saranda. She were right. Oh, no. He said he said no day. He's he's in love with the d. he loves the d I had her, yes, it a big deal or a little deal. Alley. Oh, all we got to meet him on the way out. Like everything was divine. Everything happened to especially if the pogo came and then we went to HBO then went to HBO which was clear across town, but let me preface it HBO every year is like is like the variety like it's the hardest, the party varieties for the awesome Vanity Fair for the Oscars. It's the party for the Emmys even be huge, huge food stations everywhere, but people by this time, even though it was only half an hour later were it's an hour later an hour later after we left the awards, fair people at the b. O. party were lit. They were so drunk. So what happens is, yes, ruins a public figure..
"emmys" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage
"Well, you also have to look out for you and doing what you want to do when you were enjoying being the drama department. I think there comes a time and that you know we're talking about very tender ages, thirteen fifteen. Those those ages are tough. And I, I wish I had the ability to say, okay, I'm going to give them a chance at that age, but I didn't. Instead I was greatly hurt by the shit that boys would say to me, you know, calling me names call me ugly, whatever I was. That's why. Now, even though I don't hold grudges, I know who the people are. I don't hold grudges. But when I see them, it's like, I don't need to be your friend and like if they'll try to friend on Facebook, it's like now there's no need to because we're not friends. You don't need to know what's going on in my life. You can just watch the. The best payback speaking of the Emmys. This is your third time going. Yeah, our third year. So the second one for no, the first year we went to primetime. We spent the time in the lobby, right? The second time we sat in there and we were up for, no, we went to creative arts. Yes. Then we went to prime time right one year, correct. And the next year we didn't go to creative arts, but we went to prime talks right, and this year we did both. We do if time your fifth time I was including creative arts occas those aren't the real was doing. Yeah. The three years in a row years in a row. What was different about this year? What what we wanted from winning? Yes. What did you notice did were you more relaxed where you relaxed? The first time? I was definitely more relaxed this time, and as the show gets bigger, I feel that people are show is our show gets repulse rag race as repulse drag, race gets bigger. I feel more and more people. Understand who we are as a group. They don't need to. But like when we walked down the red carpet this time versus last time, I could feel the difference. You know, people were wanting us to come to their show. Whereas the last time they still didn't really get us. We mean come to our like if they're standing there extras their ease, their everybody was trying to get reporter. Yes, whereas the first time they weren't drying, you know, as much they were there, but it's like, you know who watches it because they care when we walk by and you can see it in their faces. Now you've reported from the red carpet before having? Yes, for VH1. many moons ago. Yeah, for what a ward show Grammy's. And are you gobsmacked at the level of questions? I mean the talk about I wanna talk about last walk out questions. Interesting. I wish other. I wish people listening experience what it's like to answer not only the same questions over and over, but some of the dumbest questions you could possibly as on. Interesting question. As you could possibly now, you and I have interviewed people for year. Yes, I did it for countless years already. You did it on radio on talk shows. There's nothing wrong with basic questions because sometimes they set the state. That's right. That's ever Walters does issue the Diane Sawyer, the great grades. They start yet. Remember when Elsa klenge on CNN used to say to a designer, our pants important. Right. And the answer is yes. So they were going somewhere there were lever jump up with for the for the interviewee, correct to elaborate. Right. And it's important. Yes. But the issue is the people that interviewed us and I'm not. I'm not saying you all suck in. You should be fired. Well, what am I? What I am saying is get a little more creative and dig a little deeper because as we're standing there, there's nothing wrong with, you know, we're at the Emmys nothing wrong with saying who you excited to see on the red carpet. That's fine. Everybody assets boring, but every single one asked us that at every single one asked us what we're binging right now on television. Nobody gives a shit what we're binging. How many times can I say veep? How many times can you say the Handmaid's tale? It's like it's stupid guys. Get more creative..
"emmys" Discussed on KSRO
"Dot com. Click on Facebook go there sent me. A message to be signed up for the daily messages. Also, if you haven't gone to the website before they'll be a pop up that says for the Email son for that too. I sent out an Email today. Carry you sent over the Email to or not. I did. Yeah. Chris. Matter of fact. Yeah. People in the sarcasm of your voice, you realize I really look forward. Read. So yeah, we'd like to send out would guests. We're going to have we tell you what what show topics. We're gonna have. We're going to talk about the EMMY awards last night. Emmys. Nope, not polo Emmys. Now Sam Emmys, no, definitely not. You guys are are in good company. Because a lot of people who've watching this year will have the updated ratings numbers, they they continue to slide. Just like the NFL continues to slide. They're just never gonna understand that they have to stop all the political Bs. Now. I don't know what kind of politics were last night. I've gotten some indication that there was a little bit of politics and that somebody proposed to somebody. Yeah. But from what I understand it was a white couple. And there it was like a man and a woman. Yeah. I would almost be horrible for Hollywood to promote that coughing. I never thought about it that way. White people. And everything come on. Now Ernie proposed. Race through the roof. Yeah. So yeah, we'll talk about that. And we're also going to talk about how Roseanne is talking about how her character will be killed off of her own show. The whole thing. Just still nutsy cuckoo. It is. And I was thinking, I don't know. I watched it when she was on there. And I love the original show with this. I don't know if I can do it or not I don't I don't think I tell you one hundred percent will not be offering any ratings points for this show. I will not be watching the show. I could care less about the other characters without Roseanne. It's not Roseanne. Conor family Roseanne Conner's. I think so it will be nothing the show only was successful. Because roseanne. Ivanko? Yes, I've asked Roseanne to come on the show again, we had her in twenty twelve we're friends on the Twitter's, and she's awesome. But she is not responded yet. Hopefully when she checks her DM's. Tint she lives in Hawaii. We're we're big deal in Honolulu. Yeah. There you go. Maybe she maybe she's listening probably is about I'd love to have. Roseanne on. But she is talking now she's out speaking, and and she is actually giving away. How her character dies? We'll talk about that. As you go forward. As well. Meantime, let me tell you about SuperBeets SuperBeets is a great product. I take it every morning. Superbeets will help you build more nitric oxide that is the the miracle molecule that's what they're calling it. Nitric oxide helps to regulate your blood pressure. It helps you with circulation helps you the blood flow helps you stamina and energy. It's just all around good for your cardiovascular system. But as we get older our bodies generally make less nitric oxide. So what do you do you get.
"emmys" Discussed on KFC Radio
"Wisely is as some timber twelve. Today we're talking enemies not the real Emmys our. We'll make sense watchlist Emmys because everybody knows the actual Emmys stir. Gallaudet. So easy to understand that in the fact that it's always Philadelphia, then hominy thirteen God. Not even. Fifteen years. A nomination. There's all of them. They should be the entire cast for like funniest community doctor all best show. Every every day should be across the board sweeping. They don't even get nomination. So we're here to do Justice for the shows like sunny and fucking put down the shows like the big bang theory and these things in the year after year. The point where like. In little Brandini now. All my sleeves up getting hot. Again, hot feel like a wave. All right. So we're going to do first of all part of the problem of the categories. So we're gonna produce a new categories. Number one being comfort team. This is the best confrontation all the most important most important. That's why we watch television isn't going away from life and to be comforted. But even more than like stuff that makes you feel home? Yeah. Like I just feel nice watching this. This is relatable and it's familiar and it makes me it makes me feel good and rely Francais. For instance, I feel like I have a a literal physiological connection to the office doodoo do and like fucking was melatonin or whatever gets released. Serotonin gets released in my brain, I'm happy. It's like always said that love is comfort and silence. And that's kind of what the comfort TV is where it's, you. Don't feel the need to be totally in your children. Your living room with in and out of can do for your plan..