12 Burst results for "Evan Marriott"
"evan marriott" Discussed on Poke the Bear
"And welcome in to poke the bear episode 46. Nice and interesting number to have on a day, like today. 47, who was number 47 on the Bruins. Hm. Who was the old? All I got it was it? Evan was Torey Krug. All right yeah I remember him. I do oh the Bruins could have used him a little bit off. Anyways, this is Evan Marriott off ski. That's Connor and a Boston Sports Journal. Connor. How we doing Evans? I'm alive? Cuz anything happened in the past twenty-four hours. It's even import all interesting. I mean, I don't think anything's happened that the Bruins have any play epic. I mean, I think there's a new cycle trader event so when we will talk about that. But yeah, when you know, we're not, we're not doing this no. But, but yeah, it is based on the reaction. We've got from Twitter and just the general, I think a hive-mind of Bruins fans. I'm like, what people doing that? Well I know very Bleak out there, it's code red. It is very code, red and five someone DMV this morning about an ankle thing and was like, actually I wouldn't be and I'm like, not now dead. No, no, no, no, no. We have a long while until that becomes like a thing we have to talk about. Not now please. Please not right now. This is one of those times, and we have a lot to talk about episode, and we'll have a lot to talk about this offseason. So apologies, if you don't get in a super specifics on certain players because we don't long time to discuss, krejci's contracts and Rask's contracts and I thought, you know, this is one of those times when Bruins Twitter and Bruins fans in general are against sounding the alarm, they're pissed. Its extremes, never want to see Rask back, never want to see krejci bag. Never want to see this one back in that way, back to blow the whole thing up, but there's one, little big reaction that I'm kind of, on board with and it's none of those wage of those I want rats back and we'll create you back. I think, you think the same, and we'll get to that later. But there is one thing that I'm not fully opposed to and it's the status of John Sweeney's general manager. I think that is. So when I was looking at this series, I had a crazy thought last night, let me like, you know, your best thoughts that you like 2 in the morning when you're like if you like you can open up a new part of your brain and I realize what were the two biggest issues in the series for the Bruins against the Islanders? Number one was no scoring after the top line and number two was Effectiveness and size and depth of your defense. And I said, hm, I think I've seen that problem before with the Bruins a few times and at some level obviously it's on the players, like it's on the players. We both said this roster was better than twenty nineteen s, she went deeper the whole nine yards with that, but at some level, it does go upstairs to Sweeney and I just look at like, I I actually don't put the offensive issues on sweetie because you went out and got a job..
"evan marriott" Discussed on Poke the Bear
"Poke the bear episode. 45. 45 Mi Gente sepa sewed. Yeah, the page Martinez, the Aaron Johnson episode. This is Faith is all about Aaron Johnson. I've actually now, it's taken me forty five episodes to get into this, where I look up cuz I 44, I knew 43, I knew 42. I knew most of these, I, you know, the 45 was like damn, who was the last Bruin to wear. Number 45, she looked it up this Joe Morrow for another 45 Eagle rooms Legend, Joe, Morrow, actually, the longest ten thousand Bruin with 45 before Johnson and Aaron. And, and Joe Morrow was, was Mark, Stewart. Yeah, it was Mark's, mm. Seven or six the 2011. So noted in a Forester, left shot. Defensive Mark Stewart, when the Bruins needed a top-four electric fence, they should have called Mark Stewart broken pelvis light on that pod, but wage, what would it take? Unless the third round pick to get Mark Stewart truth. Twenty Twenty-One. This is true. You can't argue argue with the logic. Evan, these are facts. The media won't report, but by the way, that's kind of Ryan. Evan Marriott. See, if you don't know, I hope you guys are all doing well. So bruised know their second round opponent. They don't know when they're going to play yet. Again, this being recorded Thursday. So we're going to assume this is going to start Saturday. We're going to assume. It doesn't really matter of. The start time of this isn't really affect anything where about to say, so it's not like oh, you know, on Saturday nights when it's 7 p.m. and there's no rain the Bruins are you know like the the song Tim kurkjian stats? Yeah there's none of that. It's it's whatever. Has your week been evidence? Been swell been doing working a lot of previews obviously we went into it expecting. Either of the Islanders are penguins and, oh, on Bruins. We, we talked about kind of who you would prefer, and I kind of mentioned that, you know, Pittsburgh, you know, jar, he's not great. But, you know, they still got a pretty high if they're playing up to their level they got a very high ceiling. I went to redact that maybe I was on a little bit of Akita but like, you know, yeah, I was getting all the two bolts but off. Yeah, I was telling you before we started recording. I was like physically, pained watching Jerry and that series, I mean it's not like that Pittsburgh team was like, destined to be a one of them. That was a good Pittsburgh team and for a team that that could be like, probably one of the last hurrahs of that that cooler in place to have a.
"evan marriott" Discussed on Poke the Bear
"Poke the bear episode 39 a Matt beleskey episode ice in honor of Matt beleskey. I'm Evan Marriott house key here with Connor and Boston Sports channel Connor how we doing? I'm doing very well. How you doing? I'm good. I got a haircut. I'm all you know, fresh up people watching on YouTube. You'll see that little bit of a deferral the same thing. I always get but we'll fan of Welcome in the spring of the you know, the headlights the hot air even though Friday Snow Yeah, that's not ideal. That's not good for like the aerodynamic kind of you know, and it's like nice page seventy eighty degrees out a little bit of wind wind in your face not when it's snowing that's not ideal. So no. No, but anyways Bruins the Bruins Lynch the new acquisition Phones are on the team and they all played Tuesday night against Buffalo. Now we hear you and I we we we don't ever really over reacts doing, you know, I never overreact never never get directions on our thing, but we're going to do some way too early look-ins judging these guys off one game. So we're going to judge all three of them off of one game which is near everyone's going to be doing this so might as well join in on that kind of fun. But so we'll go guy by guy in in how we thought they looked in their first look against the Sabres start with honors Bjork off, of course. Yeah, do do What's called the OT goal, which would be like the most Bruins development ever is honest work finally breaks through in the school board and it's against the Bruins and overtime. I just loved how the first goal was Bjork to Miller and that was a former Bruins just sticking to their own team and the most like that. I think that only happens to the Bruins if it definitely doesn't happen everywhere else too, but like it only happens to the bridge. Where you know it's a thing with the franchise where like that having some of the teams like oh, what a coincidence for the Brewing. It's like that's about right and of course that's going to freaking happen like, you know, and we said this month from weeks up to the deadline. You knew wherever Jake debrusk went if he was to get traded. He would be a thirty goal scorer. No public school like you gos Nashville that guy's lighting up place up. So yeah, no surprise or not. But I hope your scores are million goals with Buffalo..
"evan marriott" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Kill someone on a harness electronic julie. we thought we saw it with. Julie was trying to murder them. We decided. mtv just kept the camera rolling. I think the thing that's memorable about melissa's that she was tiny but she was feisty and add i'm probably incorrect and saying this but i i remember thinking. She was too young to be on the season like she was like nineteen and in new orleans. Like everyone is drinking party. And so that's kind of abnormal for the real world because they want everybody to be drinking and partying and so i don't know if she was a party to that and she was under age but it was something about that was part of the story line for that season. Yeah i remember. Melissa big fan at the time. Yeah we have adam. Mesh from average joe scott. Did you watch his average. Joe thing is. I did watch average joe at some point. I know that i somehow was finding the time for all of these shows. I could not tell you. One cast member from the other. It's not something that i've ever chose to revisit with my time but at least was aware of the show at the time. And it's interesting that we have had mashed from average joe and then evan marriott from joe millionaire here on the same team chapelle because basically joe schmo was like the inverse of joe millionaire where that joe millionaire was like trying to fake out all the women that are on the show that average joe was a show on. I'm sorry i'm getting confused. With joe schmo to many many through the your average joes joe joe millionaire average joe was what that they brought a bunch of guys to the island and then they brought like like Attractive women but then they also brought in like studs. I was go ahead. A group of barely average men by standards. Yes and so. I think there was one female lead. Who was dating them and then about halfway through like the studs came in like the typical casting reality and could the average joes maintained their lead here and end up with the girl at the end of the show. Yeah it's very there. It's a such a silly concept. Honestly like louis here at the beauty queen. All of y'all okay. Somebody overweight underway. Let me all kinds of nerdy. Let's just let's cash away and and it's so messed up because if i'm in that spot in casting is saying like we want you for average i'm i would like to think i have better self esteem to be that i could do better than being one of the average people so you can bring in the stirred me out the background so i hope these people have acquired a little bit more self esteem and love themselves a little bit more than putting yourself in this position. Yeah especially if someone in life was coming to you like. Hey i gotta show you should apply to be perfect for this little nerdy a little overweight like nobody really clamor for you but you seem nice for you and then adam is coming back for.
"evan marriott" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Eighteen thousand dollars a year and he's he's working part time when he had nothing better to do because they no way you should be making that little money as a construction worker But i yeah. I remember him whenever i hear his name. I think of him sitting on some type of bulldozer with construction had on there like joe millionaire. I know who won the season. Do i know if there was a winner. Is he the winner or yeah yeah get a million dollars if he thinks he's a big guy. I don't remember the premise guy. Did you watch joe millionaire. I did watch joe millionaire. Four point six million people watching joe millionaire john. I was one of them. So yeah definitely tuning in every week. The joe millionaire. I remember like very much enjoying. It was excited to see evan marriott. Show up I don't know that he got anything for like convincing anyone to stay with him. I think i was Yes so looking it up on wikipedia. So the the woman that he picked zora they split one million dollars. They did not stay together though picky. Alterly- gets paid more money just for doing the show you know like i mean look at the viewership. This is a juggernaut do you. They could've had evan millionaire. Marriott action figures at this point. It's like kung-fu griffin. He has the the bulldozer. And the the damn hard hat you know. It's all about the merchandising. This was not the only appearance that evan marriott was making as joe millionaire around like i'm sure he did the circuit so you did find Yeah have you. Have you ever met joe millionaire. I one time one time. I met him. He was nice. I mean he's like zero personality. He's like not one of these people that is like that. He's on tv because he's like this rambunctious character he was like you know a good enough looking guy who they just pulled off the street and said look. We're gonna tell these women that you are billionaire. Yeah okay yeah. He's getting by off of. We need an attractive guy. Yeah and very h. Maybe the he's like like a male model. I mean he's just not a lot going on there with With joe millionaire. Melissa howard from the real world new orleans scalise could you give us the reminder melissa howard melissa's from a season that i have not seen remember her name popping up on the challenge but as far as melissa on the real world they believe she was on new orleans back in the day so few more people from that season where that were a little more money at least from what i was watching but believe. Were you watching at that point. Yes i watching the world with. Like someone's got remember. Jewel imperative that person from that season that i remember. Yes julie to.
"evan marriott" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"We bressler from season. One of the apprentice scally. Did you watch the original apprentice. That's something you were keeping your eye on. I did and i was a heidi fan. I even back then always loved drama and heidi was loud. She is ready to argue her way in the board room and she's not going to sit back so it was exciting for me back then and even still to get to revisit heidi here. She was a big character on that. Show i totally forgot. She's here in the battle of the network reality stars and so as bradford bradford like. He had a like a famous boot. Like i think he got fired like early on. He was like a like he got fired for something stupid. Like he wouldn't throw somebody under the bus or no. He brought himself into the boardroom. I think it was and Oh sam is the messaging us apprentice stan that he had immunity and gave it up Brad he had a a famous boot from the apprentice. The dumbest move in apprentice history. I guess yeah that makes more sense. In terms of like being a buzz worthy name at the time but looking back like there's no memory of bradford so it does not hold up to this day. Yeah i'm not sure if to apprentice seasons had happened at this point or three or if there was into the third season but it was a hot show at that time so bradford is year. Charlotte are here. I like that. They kept the the amazing race teams together. Charlotte in marina are here. She's always been a lot of time with sharla getting her ready that she wants to be in the joust. And there's a lot that i would say that the least fifteen percent of this episode we watched has to deal with sharla wanting to be in the house charlie getting ready for the house her actual match in the joust and reaction to charlotte in the house. Yeah this was one of the things we were building up to the most right like we'll start will be okay in the house for the people not familiar with charlotte. She's a little person so she has a height disadvantage in a in any competition. Honestly that requires you know probably leverage something like that. She's ground and so she felt like this is going to be a good challenge for me in the house. And so the entire episode. We're trying to determine okay. Is charlotte going to be able to do this. Is the team going to vote her into this but she really wants to prove that. You shouldn't underestimate her. And despite and the team actually goes with it. They're like okay. Well let's give her a shot. Richard hatch is trying her out trying to push her over. He's like i guess and so. Yeah that's a huge with one finger. Looks pretty good there. You go so i'm happy they gave. They gave her a shot. And we'll talk about it later but Yeah i was very excited to see charlotte and this back. Because i remember her much better than i remember or no. I don't remember nobody rivers mirror here now is like she gets a free ride She's like the The teller of penn and teller. She's just like is around one charlotte massively popular like i remember sharla. I sure back in the day. It was always rooting for her excited. To see your show back up here and so while it'll take. The storyline was the most interesting. I understand why they would want to highlight in particular. Okay all right the red team. They're going to elect coral as the leader of of air tribe coral from rural back to new york. Okay are you a coral guy. Everyone is a coral guy especially ahead. Mo- it is a responsibility honestly at this point like you have to stand choral. And she gives us a reason not to. And that's i don't know the reason not to if it has happened. And i don't know about it and maybe send me a or something but as of this point in history. Yeah we are. We are coral fans back to new york is where her and the miz actually met on the real world and so was happy to see them both on this season i know when they were cast it. They probably were looked at as a duo. Because i think they were on the challenge. They even presented a pair a lot of times and their relationship came a long way when they were on back to new york originally. They didn't even get along. And now this is one of those you know reality. You know friendships that we talk about. For years. and years and years skelly is coral going to be part of the. Og challenged that they're doing is not and it's like the biggest casting myths because she was allegedly in the mix for some of the full seasons reasonably. Let alone this so. I don't know how they didn't make that happen. Okay she is the cap. Then here's who else is on the red team will weichel makes the cud chapelle. I really don't remember. We'll go much as a big brother contestant here he is Does it will wacko. Have any other works. People should know him from That notable are you saying that Asking a question. Yeah i think. I think he did after. Big brother yeah. I'm not very familiar with him in either around. Honestly i don't remember too much in big brother season file because his wicket pedia page if anybody wants to research them. Yeah just incognito tab that probably. Yeah i i remember. We'll vaguely i thought was pretty cool to see him here. You don't don't often get big brother five representation. You know we'll do. We'll talk about that. So i i must file with will hear scalia. You big wheel guy was fine. I was a little surprised looking back. I did not remember him being here. So i'm sure at the time will made perfect sense casting big brother five. I don't know if it was the most recent season. Because otherwise i don't know how you don't get any big brother representation here so i have to assume so but if you're going to go for the most recent season wills at perfectly fine choice. Yeah okay Taking over cowboy. I m taking over. Yeah okay we look. We got a lot of reality. Tv to cover. And you know we talk about cowboy later on reality. Tv world especially recently so no worry about their cowboy. His shot one day. Yeah okay. Congratulations to we'll we'll weichel. Evan marriott is here chapelle. Joe millionaire guy no i watched joe millionaire like sparingly. I would see like recaps of eight on. It was like the super beswick best week ever or something like that back. Then but joe millionaire doesn't necessarily speak to my my my interest when it comes to reality shows because what's the premises way. He's pretending to be a millionaire. Yes yes there was like. He's a construction worker and he eighteen thousand dollars a year. Yeah first of all. We're gonna lie these women and then tell them.
"evan marriott" Discussed on Tweet Talk
"It will hire second eighty state on hire writers. Or other crewmembers. BANALITY TV at least for me was the real world. which was really intended to be soap opera that in for TV producers wanted to have their version of soap opera. However. They realized that it was too expensive. So they tossed out the writers tossed out the real actors and they just had auditions. For people. And eventually put all these people in the same asked. Low behold hit and years and years season since he's later you have all these people have fifteen minutes maybe a little more fifteen minutes of fame as a show. And continue to that was the beginning of. Reality TV. And then we have two thousand where we started getting those elimination type. Of Reality shows talking survivor American idol big brother, which is not going onto its twenty second season I think so. These shows. Really kicked off. Those crazy elimination. Teachers what we really know now as reality. TV. Let's talk now about some of. These crazy shows. On somewhat most ridiculous things that UC. We start off with Joe Millionaire. You know there's there's the Bachelorette. But did you see Joe Millionaire? You may have lost this one because it didn't get a hyper and was there was an the contestants were there to eventually you chosen by? The. Catch. At the end was. He was not a millionaire. Average Joe. Is, basically, the show goes to show you what happens when you're teased and taunted by the thought of. Unlimited money for the rest of your life. And what it does to people. And the contestants on that show. one-season and apparently the Joe Millionaire Evan Marriott is still causing for that deception and. Basically show, we get a lot of. Our when I say we the United States get a lot of our reality TV show ideas from the UK. Economical..
"evan marriott" Discussed on Monsters In The Morning
"I'll give you A. Guess I okay the movie the Green Mile There's also another movie that where they filmed the green mile. That has to do with jail. What other movie and this is! Incorrect. That the same abandoned prison in Tennessee. The Green Mile with the other movie. They did their Carla's. Ma'am I guess was going to be Shashank. And what other famous prison movies scattering now I say jail I didn't say prison, but okay Oh jell. O.! Risk. Look. Cool Hand Luke is incorrect. Warm Hand Steve No. I have no clue. Shawshank, my my guess. Ernest goes to jail. Cinema a fine movie. Ernest goes to jail and the Green Mile filmed in the same prison. Seem like it would go together, does it? And then grover Cleveland he he went from being the mayor of Buffalo to the governor of New York to the President United States all in a span of three years. Playing Pam Pam just like that. Within three years, he became president of the United States and namely over. Wow. Yeah that is, that is so today an national millionaire day, and it's funny like when you were a kid. A millionaire was like. I mean. Everything's. A everything. Everything is so expensive that you know like a millionaire. You can lose it and get it so I'll take it. I would I would love to have. You know, but it just seems like in order to to sustain that wealth. You been much more than a than a millionaire. Adjusted for inflation. It says that. If you know a million dollars now if you took it back to nineteen seventy, that's worth about six million dollars. Wow! That's a pretty big difference. So, there's your fun facts. Did you learn anything? So many fun fact, I learned that Ernest goes to jail was filmed in the same place. The Green Mile I also learned that we don't know anything about two thousands reality TV shows. We've just masked them all together at one big lab. Oh, don't they? Do we figure it out? which was which because? I know there was one of them where where the guy. said he was a millionaire. When the proposed one thing they tell you before you say yes. Hey, I'm just a constructor. Millionaire that. Days and the guy that was the lead guy there was Evan Marriott Avenue. Was the role that he played is that he had inherited millions of dollars was searching for a potential bride and right when it was all said and done, he was in fact, a working class construction worker did dance. Here's the thing. Do you remember this was the first spoiler of one of these shows? Yes, do you remember the website called the smoking gun oh. Yes, the smoking gun back then as opposed to what they do now they were they would do all this kind of stuff with these kind of stories, and they broke the fact that he wasn't a real millionaire before the show before the finale show. Yeah, that's right because it was supposed to be like a big cyber. Yeah, yeah, today's also birthday of something that we've all. Probably at one point I'm sure May Twentieth Eighteen, seventy three with the very first pair of Levi's. I love my Levi's Levi this. Man Yeah, are they? Yes, so we're leave is apparently to. Jordache. Ever. No Mark Version Yeah Jordache was at Walmart right you. The same bone. Maybe it is now wasn't before. When we come back Of the Denmark Ryan homes make daily proclamation. You're listening to the monitor the morning. Real radio related. Radio.
"evan marriott" Discussed on Monsters In The Morning
"Know the name by reading it. I wouldn't have guessed this though. Do you know for Bill Gates is out. Yeah J. P. Morgan J. P. Morgan. You're going back far enough. But that's not him Angel Railroad tycoon West. Natwest how Mr Trivia Man Mr? I'm the Super Trivia. Man Do know Rothschild. No the the rockefellers Rod. John Rockefeller. I would've thought that too. That's why I would have said it's the first multi millionaire in the United States of America was John Jacob Astor Up Jingle Jingle Heimer Smith judges e that was from seventeen sixty three to eighteen forty eight so I mean to be a millionaire then was crazy and his great grandson John Jacob Astor. The fourth was the wealthiest person to die on the titanic. No you've got a year. What do you make? It says here see established the I trust an American history so I guess you won't making money on people's money I don't know what trust Dr. Why are you pointing angel? What is going on sketching out a little bit? Your your your audio. Gotten a little bit about the all right. Let me ask you this right home. Let you go first. Ok Coastline. Okay for the country. In the world. Has the most coastline Indonesia Indonesia? Indonesia is incorrect doing a stab at it and Asia. Nope how about you Country Yeah country. Yeah my bad Canada. Canada is correct yes. Canada has far more coastline. Then the second place and second place is Norway. Yeah I know it was weird. The coastline thing I remember was like a weird Kind of connection to that. Because you would never think Canada because you think Canada being cold is how. Yeah Yeah What's the reason you you would know this car because you used to be weren't black belt blind. I Green Dot. I why ZIP karate belts go go from White Yellow Orange Green Blue Purple Brown red and then black. Why do they are they go that order? Damn I duNNo. Got All those. When I was doing me there's a rainbow. Maybe because see something to do with the flag of the country that okay good good good guests not right. I guess I duNNo. I feel like it's part of the Rainbow Now Home big black because black is has no color. And you're supposed to be transcendent. Pass the first colored belts when they first started this when they first started they would have to diet. They keep dying their belt because a lot of money he died in a different color so they had to go in that succession in order to get that particular color. You end up with black because all the colors I'm sorry yeah okay actually. Actually I'll give you A. I'll give you this. Guess I okay. The movie the Green Mile There's also another movie that Where they filmed the green mile that has to do with jail. What other movie Incorrect this the same abandoned prison Tennessee the Green Mile with the other movie. They did their Carla's Ma'am I guess was going to be Shashank and what other famous prison movies scattering jail. I didn't say prison but okay. Oh Jell O. Risk look cool hand. Luke is incorrect. Warm Hand Steve. No I have no clue Shawshank. My my guess. Ernest goes to jail cinema a fine movie ernest goes to jail and the Green Mile filmed in the same prison. Seem like it would go together does it. And then grover Cleveland. He he went from being the mayor of Buffalo To the governor of New York to the President United States all in a span of three years playing Pam Pam. Just like that. Within three years he became president of the United States and namely over. Wow Yeah that is. That is so today an national millionaire day and it's funny like when you were a kid a millionaire was like I mean everything's to everything. Everything is so expensive that you know like a millionaire you can lose it and get it so I'll take it I would. I would love to have you know but it just seems like in order to to sustain that wealth you been much more than a than a millionaire adjusted for inflation and says that if you know a million dollars now if you took it back to nineteen seventy that's worth about six million dollars. Wow that's a pretty big difference. So there's your fun facts. Did you learn anything? So many fun fact I learned that Ernest goes to jail was filmed in the same place the Green Mile. I also learned that we don't know anything about two thousands reality TV shows. We've just masked them all together at one big lab. Oh don't they do? We figure it out which was which because. I know there was one of them where where the Guy said. He was a millionaire when the proposed one thing they tell you before you say yes. Hey I'm just a constructor millionaire that days and the guy that was the lead guy there was Evan Marriott. Avenue was the role that he played is that he had inherited. Millions of dollars was searching for a potential bride and right when it was all said and done he was in fact a working class. Construction worker did have a million dollars. Here's the thing. Do you remember. This was the first spoiler of one of these shows. Yes do you remember. The website called the smoking gun. Oh yes the smoking gun back. Then as opposed to what they do now they were they would do all this kind of stuff with these kind of stories and they broke the fact that he wasn't a real millionaire before the show before the finale show. Yeah that's right because it was supposed to be like a big cyber. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Today's also birthday of Something that we've all probably at one point I'm sure may twentieth eighteen seventy three with the very first pair of Levis. I love my Levi's Levi this man. Yeah are they yes. So we're leave is apparently to Jordache ever no mark version. Yeah Jordache was at Walmart right you the same bone. 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"evan marriott" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football
"Turns out the scout to write about Ken. Dorsey and if you watched the first quarter of this game as I did before one of our instagram live feeds. You came away pretty impressed with Ken. Dorsey the other three quarters. I so much. Turn the ball over a bunch of times hit a good fourth-quarter ish yeah issue. A lot of unintentional back shoulder throws by both of these quarterbacks in this football games that fair to say yeah. We'll Ken Dorsey. Second Quarter might be. I'm not going to go through every quarterback who's played a national championship game since two thousand Ken Dorsey Second Quarter. Two picks and a fumble strip sample Is that the worst from a quarterback in the modern era. Modern Ish Nad modern era and by the way the game is tied going into overtime at seventeen. Do you know how many yards Ohio state had to put together to score seventeen points loud their combined scoring drive yardage what what what it was. I I don't know I guess like one seventy five. So Ohio state scores two touchdowns and they kick a field goal of forty four yard field goal to get in position to score those points. Seventeen yard drive. Fourteen yard drive one yard drive while my rudimentary math is says. It's a thirty two yards of scoring yard for Ohio State in this game. Good teams take advantage of opportunities. Ohio state took advantage of opportunities. Miami gifted them this game and so if you are going to look back in this game and say that Pi should never have been called and it was. Miami was robbed. No no no no. No Miami gave this game away a lot earlier than arguably a referee did and so. That's what made me furious because when Miami could move the ball. It was largely down the middle from Ken. Dorsey and Kellen winslow had an amazing game. And I think we'll talk about Ken. Kellen winslow with Bruce Feldman. Who is there and after we? We discussed this game ourselves for his sort of full context. But this game was taken from Miami by both Miami and the Ohio State Defense. So that's why. The in retrospect that. Pi Changed Everything even though I don't think it was. I'm not on board with that that narrative. Okay well you mentioned defense and I am on board with that. Narrative both defenses. Were incredibly very good. Yeah and you need look no further than what both of these teams did on the ground. So we talked about mcgahey. We talked about Claret mcgahey. Had THREE POINT. Four yards per carry claret had just two yards per carry. Kluber had some big moments in this football game. Which I'm going to bring up here. Yeah a little bit but The defenses were very very stout in this football game. Ken Dorsey was under pressure. The entire game certainly as we got into overtime. Krenzler was running for his life. Did you see the hits was a graphic was like the number of knockdowns and Saxon hits like Craig Krenz let deep into the fourth quarter had been hit like twenty eight times? It was raised over and it was a relentless pressure and the fact that he was able to stand in there he took a hit from Jonathan Vilma. Which would have posted as game? I posed that on twitter. Jonathan Vilma lifted. He lifted crendall so high. It was like a child being lifted dunk his or her first basketball and driven into the ground. The fact that he was able to keep getting up I just I tip my audio hat to cry Granville. Because that's it's one of the gutsiest performances from a quarterback on stage. This pick Miami leads after the first quarter seven. Two NIL Ohio state comes back. It take advantage of some of those turnovers. Three turnovers again in the second quarter they score fourteen points. They lead fourteen to seven going in at halftime as the teams come out in the second. Half Miami draws a little bit closer after three quarters. They trail seventeen to fourteen Nanhai thrown from headed into the final stanza. And then Miami kicks a field goal to tie it up at seventeen before we go into overtime. Seventeen seventeen after four quarters I watched this game and was incredibly bored by those first four quarters. It's it's tough not to be. I mean the the fact that Ohio state's offense was set up to just give the ball to Maurice Claret without a lot of creativity and not trusting Crandall at one point so that on the field goal drive where they got the head one yard of offense and they kick a forty four yard field Mike nugent. By the way come on yeah fell kicker longtime third and twelve from the Miami thirty. And you're thinking okay they just got A. This is a big game. You gotta you gotTa get a big play here. Draw out of shotgun for crucial for like six yards. It was just. You're right. It was a very boring because of those turnovers. Now we'll say one of the Craig. Chrysler interceptions was such a terrible decision. That if you're not entertained by Craig Crendall Rolling out pump-faking three times then launching it forty yards down the field and to double coverage. You don't like football. You also don't like football if you can't admire Sean Taylor than tipping that ball to himself as he's falling backwards as extreme battle. Yeah all-time College Football Safety. So at least we have some moments like that. You can appreciate the talent of the Ohio State Defense and especially that secondary with Chris. Gamble and will Smith you know looking on block -able upfront for for the Buckeyes. But you have to appreciate individual moments more than you can the back and forth in the talent and creativity and the punch counterpunch element because just wasn't really there well in this part of what. Makes College football in the sport of football as a whole so unique? In the world of sports now The schemes were so different charts different. When was the last time you saw a power five team run? A pro set offense and the quarterback was in in the shock. Ohio state did that multiple times in this. Football game was different era. We've seen an so infertile little recently. But even they've evolved exactly so in looking back at this game like I remember all the scuttlebutt about how this is one of the greatest Miami teams of all time even come years removed from the football game. Not just Miami teams but teams in general with all the talent they had on the field and in watching back. It's just impossible to compare eras it's impassable because schemes are different players. Were were were conditioned differently. You almost can't compare this era of Miami. Football's any other football team that we see in the modern age what we call the modern age out seventeen years later because of how different the the schemes were a totally different football game to watch back and You know I I guess I felt bad about the fact that I was bored watching it but to a large extent I was. There was a an extreme lack of creativity compared to what we're used to seeing on Saturdays now. So I'd like to the defenses. I'll come away with and say like the defenses and even though there is you know watching twenty twenty is isn't fair to this era at all. I. There was an element of Miami and this goes back to all of the success. They had over the. I guess the fifteen years leading up to this game. They were built around speed over size. I think ahead of a lot of other teams. They had norm guys who were the size of safeties playing Linebacker they had some guys who are typically the size of linebackers playing defensive. End they are they were built around speed and they look like the more athletic. They looked like the more confident team. You Watch you know roscoe parrish. Who's the number two receiver alongside Andre Johnson or Kellen winslow at his size being as fast as he was Miami building around speed was ahead of their time? Certainly they have the recruiting advantages of being in south Florida but speed over size. Was certainly something that you can say. Okay Miami is the if not or as one of if not the pioneer about that notion and so that I came away with that were just like it was a well called defense and it wasn't just one dude making a tackle me open field. There were so many fast dudes on that Miami defense that was just. It was gang tackling all over the place. I will say that has held up really well before we go any further Dan. What else was going on on January. Third Two Thousand. Not just football but like culturally. I'm glad you asked. I had a radio show K. W. VA on the morning. Was that was morning. Would that was called More broadly speaking because we mentioned limp biscuit. The top song and America was lose yourself down. I listened to it before every show it comes through. Tie Work it missy. Misdemeanor Elliott Airforce once it was a it was a decent enough era for extremely dumb pop songs underneath it all no doubt Movie wise is actually a good week. Lord of the Rings Two towers a huge Lord of the rings. I would have seen it. It's fine catch me. If you can is an all time for me. That was number two two weeks notice. You're in a sandy bullock ROM coms and a Harry Potter drumline tie. So it's actually. There's a college football ish. Movie in the top. Ten during the lions underrated. I love that movie. It was good. Petey Pablo great job and will point out Joe millionaire premiered. I think really close to this game. Maybe like a week after on Fox and that was a love and show love that show Evan Marriott. Yeah watched every second of IT LUMPS HIM. So that was two thousand three. When I tell you you're only as comfortable as your feet. That's not just me saying something empty. 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"evan marriott" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"Several hit series including whale wars. CNN's believer with resume as Lon- and Ocean warriors she is filmed all over the world including remote dangerous environments from an article to the South African Bush and and made a string of hit shows that broke new ground in the reality documentary genre. Liz was the show runner of Miramax Emmy nominated project greenlight on. HBO and Joe Millionaire on Fox which still holds the record as the highest rated reality finale in the history of television welcomes the show. Thank you thanks so much bill to be here so tell me a little bit about how you got into television. Well in high school I was always that girl. It smells like darkroom chemicals. I had a darker my bathroom and I love photography and I love being alone in a dark room and when I left college I really wanted to be an editor And so I got Like it was easy at that point to get a job at CNN in Atlanta. They were just starting out and so I did. I moved to Atlanta and I worked my way up to news editor news editor for about five years at CNN in an at a really exciting time But then at a certain point you know you're you're just you're good and you're fast but there's there's no real way to get better as a news other in my opinion. Yeah and the avid. Just come out and I literally read the avid manual and taught myself how to use the avid. And I got my car and I drove to Los Angeles and I said I was an avid editor. And then I you know you can tell you make it and so what was the first project that you really that you worked on that you felt like I've really made it. I'm not sure I've worked on that project yet. You know you're you're always you're always challenging yourself and always feeling like you better and You know you're constantly learning thing and always feeling like you're failing and succeeding and failing and succeeding and of all the projects that you've worked on. What would you say thus as far as the one that holds the closest place to your heart? Well there's two really One is jockeys. It's a show that I did for Animal Planet in a two thousand nine two seasons and I growing up I grew up in a in a gambling family And my stepfather bet on the horses for a living. Although my mother would say was not for living it was just something he did. And I always love the racetrack. Doc and I always wanted to make a show about their jockeys and was lucky enough to sell that series to animal planet and so we did two seasons out. I cannot need a Following six jockeys through their lives and that show is just so close to my heart. I just I love that world I love those jockeys and and the stories. We were able to tell them that. Show so if you can find that somewhere online. I'm very proud of that. And then you know the second one one is Joe Millionaire. I mean that that was a really incredible project. What I remember most about Joe Millionaire is really? How captured all of America's Erica's attention? I can still remember reading that. The cast of friends were captivated by the show. And we're all taking bets on. What would happen to walk us back through history and tell us how you became involved with the project? I had never heard that thing about friends. That's interesting 'cause we were. We were making making it as it was airing so we were in this sort of crazy. Production bubbles so they're at school. I never hear that Okay so here's how here's how Joe happened. I had done season one of project light and it was my first job as show runner and the second season project greenlight. There was an incredibly long time between the first and second can seasons. 'cause it's a complicated deal with all those big players so sitting at home and I got a call from A friend of mine. WHO's a producer who I had produced some stuff for and he said okay? You can't tell anyone about the. Here's the here's the project is from Mike. Arnold Fox. We spooked the bachelor. A guy pretends to be a millionaire. He's actually a construction worker in the end he reveals all and it's a total secret show. I was like I'm in. I'm in and I literally. I walked away from project greenlight and decided to do this. Sort of crazy Razi Aziz show and partly it was because you know I could feel right away that it was a narrative concept as a reality show and that's and that's really rare. You know I mean it was really a ROM com. It was like somebody percent pretends to be someone. They're not in order to see if they're really love for who they the. How many seasons at that point had the bachelor been on because it was pretty? That was pretty early into the bachelor and people were really obsessed with the bachelor so this was to make fun of. It was probably a pretty big deal. Yeah I think I think they had only one season. It's not to it was. It was all pretty now so I signed up. So I you know it was the company called rocket science laboratories and it was. It was run by two guys who I knew really well and had worked with before and was very close with Chris Collin and let me show me you know we started off and it was this big secret and I pretty quickly decided that the best best way to keep this gigantic secret was to make it sound really boring so I named the show the big choice which sounds really boring and I told my agent. I like my family all my friends. I said that we were basically doing the Bachelorette we're doing you know the Bachelor but starring a woman and made it sound really dull so nobody asks anymore questions right when you're doing a project that doesn't sound interesting and I had policy on the staff that nobody could write down the secret on paper and this was you know the Internet was really new but still nobody can put it on paper because I feel like once something goes on paper the secret out and then it would all be ruined. Tell me a little bit about the a choice for Evan Marriott. How in the world did you guys We had a casting director. WHO's incredible edible Tyler Ramsey and we searched high and low? And I mean we must have seen hundreds of guys and the thing that we didn't really anticipate eight was how hard it would be to find somebody who was a with a blue collar worker but had had the swagger and the The attitude of someone really wealthy right and we didn't really think that through you know all the guys that we met. Who had were these blue collar? Construction workers there was just no way they could have pulled hold off acting like a wealthy person And we went through hundreds of guys and we'd gone to the point where they were GonNa shut the show down. I mean we just couldn't find her Joe Millionaire and then are casting director. Tyler was driving Pathak and -struction site and and he saw Evan working construction site and hold over what had just walked up to him. and Said Hey would you be interested in this. I mean it actually happened that away. That's wild and it. We're GONNA last minute thing. I mean it was like Oh my God get him in front of my. We found the guy we found the guy. Let's let's move forward at the practice. Do you think that he thought this process through or did he just seem like he was up for anything during the headlights here in the headlights yet. No idea what he was up for. I'm going back to preparing for the show. You know my first meeting with Mike Darnell. Oh at Fox and you know Mike Their analysis this amazing guru of reality TV. I mean the guys responsible for creating so many genres event just so brilliant and my first meeting with him he said Liz. We're GONNA make these women look like gold diggers that gold diggers that they are. And we're GONNA in a shoot this on an island and we're GonNa make them bikinis and we're gonNA prove lunar gold diggers and I was like Mike Newsflash Josh women want to be with the best hunter in the tribe Like I don't think that That is any kind of big revelation that women want. WanNa be with a man who can take care of them And I don't think that's the point of this show at all you know. I think it's a romantic comedy. And it's it's about actually finding love being loved for who you are and why don't we shoot it in France and make it a fairytale like put women in Bikinis like let's just not do that. Come on on let's get a horse and let's get carriages and and let's make it like a real life Rom Com and he was like okay. Fine just make good escaped having Basically the Paradise Hotel. How did you prepare him for the show uh-huh and he's got to play the part so he has to have some working knowledge of really fancy? Schools has to have certain table etiquette. He has to know about luxury luxury. Items was there somebody on staff who prepped him. Questions and the truth is just didn't have have time. I I mean I you know. I can't remember the timetable. But we had to put Evan through psych screenings and background checks. And you know by the time we got him approved. I mean I think maybe we had had like a couple of days before you had to get on the plane so these are all things that we didn't have time to do. I mean we literally had to buy his wardrobe when we you were in Paris because we had not had time to get him close in Back in Los Angeles and I remember we shot these sequences of Evans Etiquette Training. where he learns how to use which for us and all that which we shot afterwards because we have time time? Wow so one of the problems was that Evan didn't know any of this stuff And he you know the fact that his last name was Marriott was just Kinda gift you US people thought that he was a descendant of the Marriott family which there was no relation also. The funny part is that the Marriott family is like Mormon family so if anybody who it like really thought through in terms of the contestants they may have thought a lot will if why is he drinking. If these Mariotti is probably part of this Mormon family yeah no relation no relation and in fact. I remember the first scene. We decided that Evan would ride in on a horse and of.
"evan marriott" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
"Oh come on what joe it's a line of action it's called a third bristow what does the g i stand for in gi joe general uhhuh expecter expecter gee i said not ge oh you said oh how close no it's government issue gi government issue selena this two thousand feet three reality show featured evan marriott on his quest to find love amongst the group of eligible women who were falsely led to believe that he had inherited a massive fortune when in fact he was actually just a construction worker the show airbag didn't he did was like it was like joe schmo or average joe billionaire joe schmo crystal this well known you thought joe schmo i used to watch that when i was going to third grade crystal this wellknown politician recently told a crowd of thousands that he and president trump if he and president trump were in high school he would take him behind the gym and beat the hell out of him with joe biden selena the name joey is often used to describe a baby of this type of marsupial animal yes a are you say it again mark am a r s u p o oh m e r s upi al why should i like what she says oh she's gotten so far it's not actually letter selena david spade played a mullet haired janitor on a quest to find his parents in two thousand one comedy movies yes category is joe's crystal before being banned in nineteen ninetyseven joe camel was an iconic advertising mascot for what type of product was the first part of it before being banned in nineteen ninetyseven joe camel was an advertising mascot for what type of product cigarettes selena competitive eater and bay area native joey chestnut holds the world record for most hard boiled eggs eaten an eight minute period i know how many hard boiled eggs did eat eight minutes if you get it within ten oh my god i hate these number one like like five hundred yes hundred an eight minutes like you would be impossible but he did a hundred and forty one wow crystal final one eighteen thirty at the age of twenty four he founded the latter day saint movement which gave rise to the mormon faith who was this person i'm talking about the topic joe.