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Macy's Thanksgiving Parade-Parade intro and wrap
"Thanksgiving is a week away and producers of the 96th annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade in New York are showing off 6 new floats Some of these floats look familiar Besides baby shark there's Jeffree's dazzling dance party by Toys "R" Us and there is a float about a new movie World of dreams You can't wish for whatever you want here on slumberland Art director Eric hudspeth says a lot of work went into the slumberland float It started with the design and it goes into 3D modeling and then from there we go into drafting and engineering and carpentry steel all of it Executive producer will cross as the goal for all the Macy's floats is to create moments on the street that are immediately recognizable and impactful So whether it be a character whether it be a creative direction for one of our floats and all these Macy's floats are huge as much as 30 feet high I'm Ed Donahue
On this week's AP Religion Roundup, in the midst of an uptick in threats against Jewish school and houses of worship, Hollywood takes a constructive look at antisemitism in American life.
"On this week's AP religion roundup In the midst of an uptick in threats against Jewish schools and houses of worship Hollywood takes a constructive look at anti semitism in America Last week the FBI issued a statewide alert in New Jersey That spurred heightened security at Jewish synagogues and schools Public warnings about threats against Jewish institutions aren't unusual Now TV and film studios are turning their focus toward the uptick in anti semitism We were gonna make Steven Spielberg's semi autobiographical film the fable men's focuses on the director's family and the roots of his film career Fables actor Seth Rogen says he relates closely to the movie segments on anti semitism I'm very aware that the only reason my family is in this country is 'cause people hate Jewish people and we're trying to murder us He says it's shaped his own life and career Honestly I think it is very meaningful that of all the things Stephen could put in his film and focus on his life that he chose to include the story of kind of overcoming antisemitism On the small screen viewers of the calling on the peacock service quickly learned the new show isn't a typical police procedural This job it would be easy to lose faith in humanity Detective Abraham is a scholar of human behavior from his study of philosophy and his orthodox Jewish faith This is not a detective that I've ever ever seen on TV And I also didn't think that will come on TV Actor Jeff wilber spoke to AP about his role as a Torah cloning detective In a Jewish detective was biggest strengths is believing in humanity and this is what leads him to solve the most inhumane crimes Matthew tinker the show's executive producer says he hopes the show will help dispel hate and misunderstanding It's beginning a conversation which at the end of the day is what leads to any acceptance in this world I'm Walter ratliff
"Scrubs" producer Eric Weinberg pleads not guilty to assaulting 5 women
"An executive producer for the hit TV show scrubs will stay in custody at least for now Eric Weinberg has been denied bail after pleading not guilty to sexually assaulting 5 women prosecutors say in each case Weinberg lured the women to photo shoots and assaulted them instead Weinberg was arrested earlier this month after being charged with 18 felony counts including rape and other sex crimes involving the use of force his lawyers asked that Weinberg be released pending his next court appearance prosecutors objected calling Weinberg a potential danger to society
Alec Baldwin Reaches Settlement With Halyna Hutchins' Family
"There's a statement, a communications act that was released by the widower of helly Hutchins. This is the DP that was killed. Yes, killed by Alex Baldwin sue me sue me Alec Baldwin. You had the gun. You pull the trigger, you killed her. On the set of rust. Have you read this statement? I have not. I think I heard it though. It just came out, isn't it hot off the process? Yes, it's hot off the press. So this is from newsmax. We have this is from the widower. This is the husband. We have reached a settlement subject to court approval for our wrongful death case against the producers of rust, including Alec Baldwin. As part of the settlement, our case will be dismissed because they're getting an undisclosed pile of cash. Right. Filming of rust will resume in January. And this is a thing that kind of just made me vomit a little bit in my mouth. And I, this is from the husband, Matthew Hutchins, I will now become executive producer of the movie. Is this like, I mean, I know it's Holly weird, and I know it's a bunch of perverts, but doesn't this sicker knew that the man who is left a widower wants to get a title on the movie on who's set his wife was killed? It's not even just the title though, that means that he's going to get money. Money. Yeah, a percentage of all the profits. I was pretty stunned when I heard this statement. And it, of course, benefits Alec Baldwin to settle with him for a couple of reasons. One, there's a very real possibility that he is going to be charged because the FBI insists that the trigger was pulled on the gun that killed Elena Hutchins and that means that somebody pulled it and Alec Baldwin was the one who was holding the gun, there's that question. There's also the negligence issue about why live ammo was actually on the set of this film. So that's a problem for him legally and to have the husband come out and say we believe this was a tragic accident is going to do nothing but help him. And then part two is he's not going to have to sit for a deposition because he's able to settle with them out of court. They're not going to actually have to use testimony that could have been used in a criminal trial against him. And so it's a great day. If you're Alec Baldwin, what I don't understand. And again, I don't want to be a grief shamer, but if your wife is missing, the mother of your children is now missing from your lives permanently because someone took her because of a mistake or whatever happened on the set of that movie, it's really hard not to feel like this statement and all of the money taking isn't just a cheapening of her memory.
Long-Time TV Producer, Writer and Rapist Eric Weinberg Arrested
"Is it veteran TV producer and writer named Eric Weinberg? He's been charged with 18 counts of sexual assault by LA prosecutors. This guy worked for a long time on the TV show scrubs. He was co executive producer, also worked on California, he was initially, listen to this. He was initially arrested in July and released on $3.25 million bond. Was re arrested Tuesday and again, released on a $5 million bond. Do the tallies in your head. The charges are about a series of rapes that the cops say occurred between 2012 and 2019. LAPD says Weinberg was a predator. He'd single out women in the 20s and 30s in grocery stores, coffee shops, other places and try to convince them to participate in a photo shoot. If they agreed to have the picture taken by him, his MO was to rape them during the secluded session at his home. And of course, the studio is in his home. This guy worked a lot. I mean, this guy has many credits up until the end of the first decade of the 21st century. He was co EP for more than a hundred episodes of scrubs, show ran from 2001 to 2007. 5 time Emmy nominee supervising producer and writer on about another two dozen episodes of that series. His most recent credit was in 2016, exec producer of a comedy show called graves, guys, these creeps are right there in broad daylight. How much you want to bet part of the reason why he does this. I'm sure he has a compulsion because he's a perfect. But part of the reason why he does this, I bet he gets sick and tired and extremely jealous of seeing so many actors wine and darn beautiful women without any hard work at all.
Brian Kilmeade Should Have Expanded on Herschel Walker's Redemption
"Herschel Walker had a conversion experience. He became a new man. You heard him talking about redemption. Kilmeade should have followed up that question with what do you mean by that? So you were one way in 2009. And I don't know, Herschel Walker may have very well paid for the woman's abortion. I don't know. That's between Herschel and God and whoever that person is. But the reality of it is this if after that event and these horrible things and we've heard the stories and he's actually admitted to a lot of the stuff, the bouts with anger, mental illness, the family stuff, he's admitted to all of this. So if, in fact, all of this happened before 2009. In 2009 he has some sort of a religious conversion experience that Herschel Walker is a new man. And if any of us who profess to be Christians, if any of us are out there, condemning this man for his past behavior, that in and of itself is a sin. His old life has passed away and I want to get into a sermon here on national radio. But if in fact, we do believe that God's grace is amazing and can save a wretch like me as we sing in the song. Amazing grace, the song, not my call screener, an executive producer, who is amazing. But if we truly believe that, then we have to believe he is a new man. That is the question. That should have been addressed. But they didn't know to ask that. Because we're dealing with people who don't understand those concepts. And conservative talk radio.
Alec Baldwin settles lawsuit with family of cinematographer killed on 'Rust' set
"Actor Alec Baldwin and the family of a cinematographer he killed on a movie set during a scene set up last October have agreed to settle a lawsuit I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest Matthew Hutchins the husband of cinematographer halyna Hutchins says in a statement he has no interest in assigning blame because his wife's death was a terrible accident He says the family has reached a settlement subject to court approval halina Hutchins was shot to death on the set of the movie rust when Alec Baldwin pointed a gun at her and it went off Matthew Hutchins says the film's production will resume in January and he will now be its executive producer with all the original principle players
Make Sure You Check out 'Uncle Tom II'
"Three. Portions of our show brought to you by Uncle Tom two. Now, to the left, the message in Larry elder's movie, that's their wap. They just can't believe that there's a black conservative who would tell a story about the culture of the cultural shift from prosperity, integrity, and faith to the current perceived state of anger, discontent, and victimhood. But that's what's happening with Uncle Tom two. Historical footage, photos, correspondence, data, check it out, the movie is available to Salem now dot com. Salem now dot com don't miss Uncle Tom two from executive producer Larry elder. It's a fascinating deep dive into the state of race relations and America today.
Chad Jackson of 'Uncle Tom 2' Shares His Story
"About your story, why your story was part of the first movie. Yeah, so I'm an entrepreneur here in Dallas, started my company when I was about 25, 26 years old. I started it as a small plumbing company and was able to grow it to a relatively large company at the same time I was involved in the Dallas county Republican Party. And so Justin Malone, who's a director of Uncle Tom. He was looking for stories that he could use, and this documentary that he was putting together. And so his assistant writer and cell called me one day and said, hey, we're doing this film. Would you be interested in being interviewed for it? And so I agree to do that. They were able to then take that footage along with a couple of other Dallas conservatives and show it to folks like Larry elder, Larry decided to become an executive producer for the film, which gave just an access to other more prominent black conservatives. And so the rest, as they say, is history.
Corny Koehl Can't Understand the About Turn in Dr Oz
"You got to talk to me about Doctor Oz, so you executive produced for executive produce, so I was the executive producer for Oprah radio when they launched initially. It was called Oprah and Friends in 2006 on XM, and then XM and Sirius drew together. And I oversaw that whole channel. And so yeah, I had a lot of interactions with Doctor Oz, we also took his show on the satellite and we took it terrestrially as well. And he was lovely. You know, I really have nothing negative to say. Doctor. He's on record saying it is not a heartbeat at 6 weeks before. Now, what happens to these people? Were they have to become right wing science denying lunatics? Even doctors like him. Right, right. And just bending over for yes. The former guy is just a stunning, I never would have seen it. And another person that I E peed for was Lisa is. So when mamet had a show on The Oprah channel, Lisa did as well, and it was a weekly show and it was very spiritually oriented. And I can't fathom being super spiritual and thinking, okay, a 100% against abortion is a good thing. It blows my mind.
Trouble in the Writers' Room at 'Rescue 911'
"There's trouble on the set of rescue 9-1-1 and it's such a bullshit situation, but this is the state of Hollywood now. Who the hell wants to be in Hollywood with all this shit? So last April, station 19 8 O episode that was hailed as one of the most powerful reflections of George Floyd's murder on television. It was written by an executive producer showrunner named Christa vernoff and some other people on the show's writing stuff contributed as well. More than a year later, an incident involving the depiction of racism on the page has left the writing team of the show reeling. It's got nothing to do with the writers recent draft of an outline. It has to do with what they hand it in. On the upcoming season 6 episode that included numerous uses of a racial slur by a racist character right away the N word pops up, right? So I'm hearing the script was assigned to a white writer who can white people write what bothers blacks or Hispanics, I don't know, the word in question this white writer used was beaner. It's a word that they won't even write in articles and newspapers around they won't even write the R took me a while to figure out what the fuck they were talking about. Beaner. You know, Mexicans pick beans. Okay. Derogatory, I get it. If you're a Latino descent, meanwhile, it's a term that the comedian Carlos mencia who was half Mexican would use all the time in his act and on his Comedy Central show. Beaner. I'm not even worried saying that word. I can't stand saying the N word. I've used that word to make a point. I've used it if I'm talking about music that contains the word or a discussion that contains the word. There's no reason to say it now, so I won't. But if someone brings it up and a discussion, they're talking about it, then I'll talk about it this controversy. But Peter, it means nothing to me. Nothing. So the guy ends in the outline and it's met with shock. It's not with disbelief. When he shares it with the writers room,
Ellen Pompeo will scale back 'Grey’s Anatomy' role
"About the woman who puts the gray in Grey's Anatomy You will continue to hear her voice in each episode of Grey's Anatomy but her face will not so much When the ABC hospital drama returns for its 19th season in October Ellen Pompeo will be in just 8 episodes That's about a third of the usual per season number for Pompeo who will continue as executive producer and the narrator for the program Meanwhile Pompeo is getting ready to star in another series for Hulu a streaming service that's an ABC sibling to its corporate daddy if you will Disney
Mayim Bialik, Ken Jennings to split 'Jeopardy!' host job
"Who is going to be the new host of jeopardy There are now two correct answers to that question This is Jeff Hardy After leaving fans of the legendary game show in suspense for a while the correct answer is And hosting jeopardy This shows executive producer says after rotating his host bialik and Jennings will continue to do so in a permanent basis both have signed deals that puts the rest of the back and forth of a who really deserve to be the full-time replacement for Alex Trebek who died in 2020 if either had been named it might have irked the fan base of the other hosts Jennings is at all time jeopardy Champion bialik is best known for her work on The Big Bang Theory A Moscow's Gabrielle
Why Director Tracy Robinson Created New Film 'The Matter of Life'
"Show today, and I certainly do. We have Tracy Robinson, director of the new film, the pro life film, the matter of life, Tracy Robinson, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks for having me. It's an honor to have you. I mean, I was getting prepped for this segment. I was asking your team, I was like, so what is she is she the director and they're like, yeah, she's the director, the writer, the producer, the executive producer. She financed the film. Before we launch into it, I want to play just a quick promo from the movie, so to kind of get our audience in the vibe and understand what we're dealing with here. Cut 72 play right now. I think this is the battleground culture issue in America today. I believe that being pro life is the most progressive value that we can have. She's got to know when she takes that pregnancy test. The hurt church is not going to treat her like the pharisees tried to treat the woman caught an adult shop. As the church we can't just vote pro life, we have to be pro love. That's just a 32nd. I know you got a lot some longer trailers as well. Tracy, but tell us about this film, tell us why you made it. The timing is unbelievable with the Dobbs leak, justice Alito's majority draft opinion. What made you make this film? Well, the matter of life clarifies the abortion issue, we tackle the issue of abortion from the science of embryology, the history of how we got to this point in our society. And we also incorporate powerful personal stories redeeming personal stories of people overcoming just tremendous circumstances, and we also highlight just the amazing things that are actually going on in the pro life movement right now, particularly around the pregnancy care side. And what sparked the vision for this film was actually, when I first heard the pro life case, this was back in
Fred Savage dropped from 'The Wonder Years' amid allegations
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Salem SVP Phil Boyce Details '2000 Mules' Premiere
"So you're right, I run the Salem radio network to say it on podcast network and the Salem news channel and now I'm at executive producer of a movie, although it's not me, it's really Salem that's doing that. And we've got a wonderful event last night at Mar-a-Lago. I'd never been, but imagine this is Trump's house, basically, that he turns over to these events, and we had three or 400 people last night, including some pretty big names, you know, Rudy Giuliani was there. Congressman Matt Gaetz, congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene, our friend, yours and mine, Mike lindell. I mean, all of the big names were there, as well as the 5 Salem hosts who were in the movie that went out and found the film. They just did a wonderful job putting that whole thing together. Trump spoke for about 35 40 minutes and he gave high price to Salem and thanked us for helping to fund this movie and of course high price for dinesh d'souza who was really the instigator and the mind behind the movie.
Christopher Rufo: Disney Producers Want to Push Queer Agenda Onto Kids
"You know Chris I found The New York Times in the liberal media's coverage of Disney's response to the Florida Bill Hilarious leftist groups out there eagerly pushed Disney because of their market power in Florida left this group to get involved Disney then gets involved conservatives then respond to Disney and The New York Times and the other outlets the flavor of their article Chris is Republican sees Republicans pounce on dizzy We didn't push Disney to get involved They did Yeah exactly I mean it's really amazing I punch you in the face You punch me back And then I say hey look this guy just punched me in the face I mean they have no sense of basic causality And they say well Republicans are stoking a culture war It's like no no no just listen to the videos The videos are shocking One of the executive producers says we are inserting a quote not at all secret gay agenda into content She said that she was quote queering all of the children's content reaching kids as young as two years old And one of the most bizarre things Disney is actually created an internal tracking tool to make sure that they're having enough bisexual asexual and transgender characters This is a specific attempt to engineer content to engineer children And they even admitted it One of the production coordinators said in this call on video controlling the information that reaches children that bypasses parents is a very powerful thing and we should use it We should exploit it And we should be pushing this ideology onto kids before they can even speak So to present that and then to present conservatives who are reacting to that as somehow the aggressor and the culture war is total nonsense and I think it really just shows the weakness of The New York Times opinion
David Simon and Nina Noble Are an HBO Production Powerhouse
"In 1998, HBO aired its first big scale miniseries from the earth to the moon. It was originally budgeted and roughly $40 million, but the network followed Tom Hanks passion and wound up spending more than 60 million. Band of brothers, the Pacific, The Sopranos, and many other HBO projects would be beyond costly as well. But David Simon's HBO shows have proceeded down a different financial path. In large part, due to the acumen of his right hand, executive producer, Nina noble. Saunter down the halls of HBO, talk with their production experts, and you're bound to hear the word trust a lot. Trust is a vital ingredient for any network, but particularly so in HBO, where creators and producers are made to feel largely empowered to bring their visions to the screen without being micromanaged. While there is obvious financial supervision, the network wants to be in business with partners who are financially responsible and not spending their days desperately trying to exact more funds. Nina noble doesn't play such games. She has been working at HBO alongside David Simon for more than 20 years, and is part of an MVP triumphant of female powerhouse executive producers at the network, which includes Eileen landress of Sopranos fame and bernadette caulfield, who operated his field marshal on Game of Thrones. Think of all three women as CEOs of these shows, not in the writer's room, but often everywhere else. Noble is known for being a woman of her word and a complex problem solver. You can say she's in the solutions business, and that makes television life infinitely more agreeable for David Simon.
"executive producer" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Have you great job your latest album. I want to talk about this because you know you're about making a difference and so twenty two. We talk about the importance of that record. Well you know. I'll be honest with you bobby. It it it blows my mind. Every day. i talked to someone because we're not in that mindset right now. That doesn't know that we have twenty two servicemembers men or women taking their own life every in this nation and know because of what they've been through because of their ptsd because of whatever situation it is that to me doesn't matter we we as a nation should be taken care of those people and so our government doesn't seem to be really really active in that. So charlie daniels pulled me a sad about a month or two before he passed away and he said son this. This stuff's going to be up to us. It's going to have to come from a different place. Maybe the private sector or whatever but we need to get busy at this work because these people are suffering and and they've given more to this nation and more to its people than anybody that that i can think of so you know. What do we owe them. Well we owe them whatever we can do to help them. And so twenty two. Is that at twenty. Two is the title. Could we have a song off of that right now called. Send me and our plan is to kind of release. Everything from the project between now and veterans day and just just to make people aware of it and hopefully we can get some Streams and downloads and and sell some of that product and we're going to give proceeds to To some different charitable organizations that will make a difference in that area. You can also order. Some of darrow's nine eleven. Have you forgotten. Leatherwood whiskey coming out. That's raising money for military charities Darryl worley dot com. I've never drink alcohol. What's the difference between bourbon and whiskey and taste well a bourbon whiskey or some people would say that's not true but but it so let's talk about the difference between bourbon and rye. They're made made from different things. But and the bourbon is a little more little smoother. Rye whiskey has a little bit more of an age so far. We're gonna have a i drink. I probably go bergman before. Whiskey smoother some people would say you probably ought to get you a a slow gin fizz or vodka. Drink i but but But yeah i would say drink. Bourbon i up prego a. That's and now there's a great ad you guys check out twenty two follow daryl worley on instagram. And we appreciate you coming in. Mankin can say you fill out on. I feel like i'm on american idol and i'm too old. There's no why do you feel like killing it right now. You and he's very good. I tell them. I said i've been watching him on this show so much lot. You're not going to sit down with him. I said well. Here's i felt the same way about. You're like oh he's coming in so big fan for a long time sir. We appreciate we know. Today is tomorrow is the anniversary. But we're not on the air tomorrow so we definitely wanted to treat today as much as we could ask. Thank you for your time. Thank you for writing that song for all that. She has her very best. Bits of the week with morgan number. Two all right. Y'all thank you guys for hanging out with scuba stephen i this weekend i hope you know you take in the somber moments. Enjoy the really good ones. Gotta come with both alex. Yes but i hope we made you laugh. Hope we made you remember. Some things endorsing things scuba. Where can they find you on social media. They could find me on twitter and instagram. Only okay and it's scuba another check for the old man box nope nope because snapchat it on the basis of cheating with your snapchat for moral reasons. Yes instagram and twitter. I look for me at the little at symbol with a circle around it talking like you know man like hey with a circle around scuba steve. Radio scuba steve. Radio awesome and you can find the show on facebook twitter instagram. All the things at bobby bones show. And i am at web girl. Morgan still take talking away and doing random things on social media Yeah that is all. I really hope you guys enjoy this scuba. Thanks for hanging out with me. Yes as always all right bye. Y'all have a good weekend..
"executive producer" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"That's another thing that's weird about me. I love sugar. And i love sweets but my cereal i like it to be like an old crotchety man. I like plain cheerios. I liked playing wheaties. You don't like the thirty cereals. I don't mind him. We don't mind i'm they're good. I'll have them. But i just like the the. The the brands like the rays and brands. The my favorite is the The oatmeal squares the toasted meals fires. Just it's just so good to have a nice plane brand cereal yard yourself right. Heard what sounded and the daily newspaper and my coffee man. Yeah i know well. I knew it was like a crazy thing that i did like who puts moisture officers always did that and it always tasted so good now. I can't eat them. So i don't even buy them because i can't eat them without sugar on them or knows. I cannot eat i. Metabolism is deficit as we get older. Oh my gosh okay. We have a few more. We'll go through the day or night day in this. 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Do not go l. ketchup mustard or some sort of like sweeter bay sauce branch ranches good. Yeah but not catch when you get those fries and they give you catch up like this doesn't go together. Golly hey tell me how you really feel about this data mustard or catch it sucks. That's what it is. It's yes and funding to always loved honey muster my entire life. I never liked mustered up until the last few years never like regular monthly french's mustard ever and went on sandwiches. And i get that from put sugar in the cereal sweeter mustard always like three days is a problem in my life. I never until recently but now it's been added to my sandwiches and i actually really like it. You like those like the ones where. It's almost like mustard. Cd where it's like really hard core mustard. I do with pretzels. Okay oh yes the pretzels. It's fantastic our a really good sandwich can be good with it with the right ingredients. Yeah but i mean it was a good thing for me to add things to my sandwiches because being a vegetarian. My sandwiches always consisted of first off before i expanded my taste. Buds a few different cheeses lettuce mayo and black. Olives is very uneventful. At least i have upgraded now to adding tomatoes and muster which are two things that did not use to like. I don't like tomatoes at all. Yeah i didn't either the texture. I don't mind the byproducts of tomatoes like catch up and marinara sauce and all that but an actual tomato. I even thinking about i gag. I can't do it. that's interesting. Yeah.
"executive producer" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
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"executive producer" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"executive producer" Discussed on The Psych Central Show
"You know why he went. Holy smokes this is what the contestants went through. You know and that was to be honest. A very Inspirational things for me. When i was in treatment dealing with my own addictions and i really had to reflect. And the last thing that i really wanted to do for years of my life was to be able to sit with my emotions. And that's what we did with the biggest little contestants. We had them sit with their emotions and go. Okay who are you really. How are you coping with the obstacles. That left though that you you draw. I live with bipolar disorder. And i know deep down that. The only reason i'm a mental health advocate is because of my own personal experience. It's not an uncommon story. Is your connection the same. I guess ultimately what i'm asking is. Why is a hollywood producer interested in helping people with mental illness. It's such a great question and yes like you. This is personal for me. I went through very severe depression anxiety and years of addiction to alcohol. Because of it. You know it wasn't just a drinking problem. It was a problem that i was treating with drinking. Once i became better and when i recovered from that i wanted to make sure that other people were aware that they're not alone in this world. Tell us a little bit about exactly. What changed your algorithm is it. It sounds like what congress is trying to do to facebook or yeah it is and yeah basically change. Your algorithm is a free mental wellness program with certified mental health professionals than volunteer their time to help anyone. And everyone. And the reason why. I call a change. Your algorithm is because i really want people to have hope you know we all abide by the quote unquote algorithms that we have rights for me. Anyway i tell myself i'm always going to be depressed and always going to be addicted. I'm always going to be anxious. But truthfully there are ways and tools and skills that we can learn these certified mental health professionals that can help us change the algorithm or our lives comes down to our belief system however healing from traumas and the stories that we're telling ourselves and once they changed that story the algorithm of my life completely changed now as i understand it change. Your algorithm is one hundred percent correct. It's one hundred percent free you know. I spent thousands of dollars. When i was in treatment and while i was very grateful for my experience i wanted people to have the experience but without having to spend a single penny so that they can save their own life. I was very fortunate. I truly saved my life. Because i have a better understanding of how my mind works and i want people to experience that with eurodollars. That is incredibly awesome. Basically i used to tell myself all of these negative things these false negative beliefs that i carried with me were for years of my life Which is not good enough. I'm unworthy of love of a deserving all these great things despite the success money shows you've done inside. I felt like i wasn't enough. So that was my software if you will. That's how i program myself to believe that. This is how i'm going to function in this world. So that became my algorithm. And i created the program change algorithm and cold at that because like all things tax you know. Let's say our phones. We sleep to recharge we look for connection that we can store a ton of data but when phones malfunction. They can reprogram themselves. Our human malfunctions are anxiety. Depression addiction this sense of unworthiness. We forget that we can reprogram ourselves. And so that's what i had to do i to work on upgrading my system. None of us are using windows. Ninety seven on their laptop anymore if we were our laptop would probably not be functioning as well as it could be. And that's basically what happened to me that i was working off of this old software old program and it was affecting my life and so that's what i had to do. I make a mental upgrade when we talk about changing our algorithm it it so simple you use the example of just upgrading software and many of us. We just hit the update button. We come back two hours later and poof. Everything is resolved. I imagine that. It's not that simple. And i want to give you an opportunity to talk about that because i don't want anybody to hear this. This guy's just sell and magic beans right right right. Exactly what it took for me to change that negative self belief that i had was to be able to seek therapy to ask for help. And then i learned about things such as how the subconscious mind works versus the conscious. Mind and how might traumas are not my fault. All of my emotions are actually valid and not to be ashamed of them. And how i'm the observer of. I thought that was a big lesson for me to learn how i can observe my thoughts and not actually just be my thoughts to be able to learn things like that and practicing how to set boundaries how to find forgiveness how to use gratitude in my life was a game changer and the fact that i didn't know these things i could certainly run any. Tv show but the fact that. I didn't even know what mindfulness was was shocking to me. And that's why me is an executive producer. I'm using my skills to be able to use bedia and whatever sources. I haven't entertainment to show people that mental health is something that we should be talking about the more we talk about it. The less people feel alone. Oh i love that.
"executive producer" Discussed on The Psych Central Show
"Void where prohibited by law. And we're back with hollywood executive producer. Joe roloff agos joe. You worked on the biggest loser for ten years. And i would absolutely be remiss if i had you on the show and i didn't ask about the biggest loser. What was that whole experience lake because many people talk about the eating disorders that that many of the contestants have and i know you talked about how you used drugs and alcohol to mask mental health issues and i do think there's probably a commonality in there. Was that difficult for you. What did you see. I'm just asking your opinion about sort of the combined mental health struggle of of you and the the contestants that you worked with yeah it really just proves that everything starts with the mind. You know the contestants on the biggest loser they weren't on the show just because they love the flavor of pizzas and burgers. They were there because they were telling you themselves. Something and then food became their comfort. Food became their coping skill. There's nothing good or bad with food. It's whatever we make it out to be. The contestants on the show had this relationship with food where it was filling up this void where they felt like they were so empty and a lot of the contestants felt like they had that sense of unworthiness. They felt like they had that trauma that they never healed from. They felt like they had that relationship that they could never have. And then food became all of that and so what happened was they got onto the show and yes. There was a lot of working out and a lot of eating right but a lot of it was being able to. You know work with the psychological aspect of the relationship with food and it really came into play once. I started to have my own addiction not with food but with alcohol..
"executive producer" Discussed on Rick and Morty Podcast
"Yeah we it was very important to us to get bad. Mike i i love all that so you get them together. Fans would be like look less curtains and battle blood ridge one of the fourth episode of our podcast we did. We did an episode about the battle of blood ridge because it was inbetween season. Two and season three. There's like a little a r g thing that talked about it and so when they talk about in this episode. I was like well. Hey that's what a what a what a call back there to to bring that in we were excited and we felt like something that made it feel original. Was that like. We've all seen vietnam movies and stuff like that and war could be hell and it was kind of felt original to us that like shirt. What ridge was a was. Probably hell in so many ways but for ricky was really hell 'cause he put himself out there emotionally and got dinged by his best friend like he's so often steps out and really shows himself and one of the few people really cares about was like no thank you and that just happened to be at bore so when he references it it just seems like he's talking about war but he's actually talking about a really personal friendship thing you know. That was a really cool thing. We found that. When i thought we do have one more question for you before before we let you go. The season is almost done. September fifth one hour is. Is there anything that you can tell us. That fans should expect or not. Expect to see an hyped. It up at the start ramp brandon brandon oi sneaks. These questions and these are all. It's where we like. We get waterboarded everyday to not give out any facts though. There's no way you could like sneak. Sneak something out of me out. I feel like i would just say that. Like people have been clamoring for stuff all season. And they'll feel like bill they're getting stephan than some people are going to like. It's been a thanksgiving meal and many the unbuckle their pants and pass out with.
"executive producer" Discussed on Rick and Morty Podcast
"I know he's a controversial character. I was gonna say it's okay. It's okay that it's a controversial character. Because there was such a short turnaround. As far as i can see a callback right Because there used to be called backs to season one three four years later In right now to call something back in the same season you know that. That's kind of a departure. I'll say like feedback aside because all this was made pretty feedback We intentionally thought it was cool. Surprise people with a callback within the same season we being keep trying to want to reinvent the wheel where they're like they'll never in their life. See him as the cavalry in an episode. Three like three or four episodes down the line like we were super excited about that. Admitted a little bit more complicated. Where's the crash. Because i loved. I loved. I loved go tron and the last thing i would want like i. I don't want people to knock that because they don't like this one. If we're if we're over thinking things you know you don't you don't have you don't have to answer. Listen don't want but do you. Do you think how do you think the The accidental release by amazon of that episode affected the reactions to it. I don't know i love you. Guys have feedback on it. I know it was furious about it. I mean the only upside the only tiny upside like know. We're just if for instance like we released our titles fans pick those titles apart and try to make sense of things mike entire episodes about it. Yeah really big on our security and like you know for that to be one like you said. We rarely call things back when we're doing we're in our minds. We were doing a really special surprise one in the same season for that. The air i in canada. The only upside was that people didn't understand it because they hadn't seen that aired in place of the first episode so that was just a completely confusing weird thing to them. I was bummed about it. You want things that are in the order that you ideally saw them in your mind because that character ended being controversial. I think for some folks. The you know the ones who spoil themselves. Yeah they. I think they saw that and they're like okay. We think some of them liked it more and then spread that word a little bit too to right to to soften it out a little bit. So i yeah. I don't know i i i. I wish that i could've seen you know a side world where that episode didn't release to see what the reaction you did you did you see. Did you watch it. Accidentally popped up the first go round. No no i. I managed i'm ahmad in the sub reddit and i was like no. I'm not. I'm not taking part in that. Yeah it'd be tough. I be tempted to for some reason. That i i. I sometimes blow spoilers from my cell phone. Why on earth did i do that. I actually want to see that movie. Why would i read that. Which like for for brandon. I he's always the one looking at spoilers anomalies. The lynn voiding them. But in this case. We're both you know united front like okay..
"executive producer" Discussed on Rick and Morty Podcast
"Like An attack back at anything like that from my perspective. What i love about this show is that like i. I like the look. Rick smarts and farts like harman's this martin rowlands the farts like such a cool special sauce to this show that it can like break your mind but then also have like bacillus like mr poopie butthole character like in the same scene. So i'll be honest. It was a surprise to me that we apparently had lowered the bar on on our farts in terms of people being like too much too crazy too too far like okay. Good to know. There's a line in the sand that i didn't see eye test that i think that episode will live to win the day because i think it's just funny on. It's got a lot of jokes but there's lessons learned by all of them. What i say to stuff like that because one's obviously got gotten a lot of critique. Is that like. I'm not gonna let such negative feedback. Make me pull punches. Not keep trying to swing for the fences. Because i want to give this. I wanna give everyone the most. Organic life edgy. Sort of experimental stuff that we can do in the room. You don't want the room to suddenly be gun. Shy people feel like. Wow rick. And morty really started pulling punches you know what i mean i mean i wanna keep giving everyone what we hope is the best thing they've ever seen. I mean that brings up an excellent point about not pulling your punches so that episode ends obviously with the the premiere of our favourite new character. Incest baby and product production wise. I i think i think i think. Rick dependence spray wasn't That was episode five. Originally there've been a little bit reshuffling. Yeah i guess. My first question is was the later appearance of baby in the Rick van gillian breeders. You'd have to say all the i call on that one trump. Yeah go Was was was reshuffling to you in your mind to get it closer or to spread 'em out a little bit more like was was there ray shuffling because of those episodes or had nothing to do with had nothing to do with it. Had it had everything to do with go. Tron was just one that was in a rewrite loop we just kept adding and playing around with that if it started before a for that one it was just moving beyond that one because it was just still getting worked on Were to happen because we were because it suddenly moved and we had incest baby in our heads for that one. It's suddenly felt like a rewarding thing that chicken on. I mean we. We didn't. We never would have desk the feedback. We're going to get on the first one that we're like oh dear god recalling his back but i like to think that we At least brought some depth to that character and landed the plane in a way that hopefully made them as a whole rewarding is. I love that sequence with summer walking like walking through everything that she did with with the baby behind the scenes. Liposuction and spencer killed like she delivered that monologue which is like a page and a half. It like on i go..
"executive producer" Discussed on Rick and Morty Podcast
"Be plot line of desert. There is a two different worlds. There's the planet tina stuff that's going on and then and then there's the apocalypse happening on on those other planets. It's like a it's a duck. It celebration of on on the beep plot side of the world's going to end. Let's just go ahead and have sex with everything was. Was it difficult for you. Guys to maintain this balance of intimate character and environmentalism. Kind of commentary. It was certainly very important of shrub to who's very much like megan and like behind all that stuff that that the fun with that one was that like those both those am b.'s. Kind of aboard together and it was just so fun to have one. That was like lovey dovey. And really able to indulge morty. Who doesn't often get like. It ended up with a broken heart but like that was a big win for him that episode getting to go that far with someone for him to really fall in love paired with like the equivalent of valentine's day be story i get the cease summer and really be in like the gutter together was fun for us. That was just one of one of those ideas that kind of came out like you know every season starts with blue sky re throw everything at the wall. But just the idea of morty falling in love with a with a captain planet type character where you're not just dating captain planet. You're dating five kids that that control cap. The planet was a was a was a was a cool idea. That was hard to ignore. Because you you date and you marry into the other family right. Yeah you're well. You're getting some with a lot of baggage. Yeah yeah. I really liked the aspect of more that we haven't really seen before like we've seen him with jessica. We've seen him with unnamed girl and bad acid episode We we've seen him with girls in the past. But this is like the first time we've actually had a motion with heartbreak With with with maury and So i really enjoy that that aspect of it appreciate that it was important. West actually live in that at the end because we could have easily under at that moment at the end. I'm gone for a laugh but it was kind of cool. Just watch him kind of phone to his mom's arms and cried out. That's one of the things i love about. This show is that you are willing to not always have to end on that laugh. You guys could be earnest. You can have an episode that that really deals with heavier emotions and and you guys own that and i. I think that's been true. No sense you know. Wreck was passing out his garage after unity man that that was like one of the first thing. I loved that as a fan i was like. Oh man this tart. It's one of those things special about this. Show that i appreciate that. You guys are continuing to to develop sorts episodes We we have this question. it's a little bit about Some the critiques out there go for about the seasons use of of sex and excessive use of sex was rick dependence spray a preemptive answer to those criticisms or it was only never done episode was certainly never never meant to.
"executive producer" Discussed on Rick and Morty Podcast
"A kind of more of an asshole and now he's he's kind of softening out for the most part. I think in in season five. How do you in the in the writers kind of keep giving him opportunities to grow his character. How do you keep his his powering and de powering kind of from alienating an audience that it's it's a it's a constant it's a constant pushing hole on an episode by episode basis Because something that goes right in line with that was just the fact that he's like a effectively god in so many ways so many ways it's like man he could easily get us out of this jam. How do we. How do we figure out a way to get around that without. We never really wanna get them in like a lane way so been the same way that we don't want to give him like superman way. We also don't wanna give them in emotional way because it's important to us that like To keep rick rick so we're always trying to play that game 'cause like a the show is got a long life ahead of it so you don't wanna just suddenly make mr rogers and not making unrecognizable character that that we love like we all love. What makes rick. Rick as well from our is you know. He's just belonged that he spends time with a family. Any isn't just this. Loan rogue rick floating around the world just through just as moses. Is he just becoming a little bit more human but we like to think. He sheds that whenever we can in terms of his his time with the family in in a mortenson graffiti i love we love the episode titles by the way rick put work into he. He has like a certain shame about blatantly using jerry and admits through his sincerity. That he's capable of loving jerry. Is this like a thing that we might see continued to develop is sort of like a one off like yeah like he doesn't completely jerry or is this another like evidence of sort of how he's grown appreciate the family. I feel like he looks at jerry. The way like a god might look at andt like like. This is so lopsided. This is so unfair. Like this man's an idiot. But i'm just gonna I think in that same way also got a bit of a soft spot in just how lopsided that is you know and also might. My daughter loves this. This schmuck and he seems to bring a balanced. I don't see what she sees in him but he brings some level of balance to this world. I think he's smart enough to see all that so he just tries to stay at jerry's way it's like. Sometimes i see aunts rolling around in my backyard. And when i was a kid stomp on the pile like echinacea. Sound like it's kind of a dick move. I built like little bridges forum. Toss of bread to a. That was some of the stuff we found in that in that episode with practitioners. That like rick felt a little bad about the setup. You know like a jerry. Sorta his joke. It felt like he was stepping out a little and felt a little bad. Jerry was suddenly other people's joke it was it was kind of misusing his god powers a little. It's like it's okay to pick on your sibling but then if somebody else picks on your sibling exactly now now now this is. This is my this. Yeah this is who. I beat up on. Yeah right i. I had a question on the rob shrub helmed rick convenient more And it's it's kind of. I wanted to talk about a kind of a plot..
"executive producer" Discussed on Rick and Morty Podcast
"It's the main thing on didn't is the main thing didn't hang ball. Dick made the ball ball. He stopped saying. You're looking down the entire time. And i was just waiting for you to just waiting for you to look back up from whatever notes you were taking taking them notes. I gotta use your time effectively. That's when i whenever you're talking. That's when i respond to people in chat. Yeah we have great communication in this show is. That's that's why you guys love it. All right everybody. It's it's the main thing and as we have hinted Several times already very special guests. This week We were fortunate enough to sit down for a little bit with scott martyr who is executive producer. Show runner runs the writer's room on the show and really great conversation where we get to talk about A little bit about how he got started with the show but then really jump into some specific questions about season five. I think we touch on just about every episode that we've seen so far and and really get a little bit of perspective about what the writer's room was thinking Some of the choices and why some of the choices were made For for certain stories and Just really cool to kind of get all of that perspective. One one hundred percent we we had. We had just a bit of time with them and so we we wanted. We wanted to make sure we covered basically all the basics originally when we we were planning talking to him a couple of back right after episode five aired and for this saturday the reason we we rescheduled. I'm so glad we did reschedule because it it took us all the way to the bird person episode French french shine of the spotless mort. So we got. We got to talk about that. We have a question per episode. Essentially wish wish we could have dug in more but him giving us the time as we can't we can't thank him enough but but Yeah we are so excited for you to listen to this. And i think without any further ado. It's our interview with scott martin. Everybody our guest. Today is a veteran television writer and producer his credits include beau jack horsemen the mic and the family guy he is the creator of the animated series unsupervised and it was a producer for over one hundred episodes of another indie hit. It's always on an philadelphia. He's currently the producer on another relatively unknown show. We sometimes cover rick. And morty aware a warm there a warm. Welcome to you. Mr scott martyr. Thank you so much for coming on the show. You what a cool. What a cool in show. I feel like this is like this is your life. And here's your college roommate. Poche it your dad. Your dad is actually in the side room. He's he's he's got the soundproof earmuffs. On so catalina a blowing around in that japanese game show. We didn't tell them about it. It's it's gonna be a lot of fun. That was one of the worst images for some reason that i'll have stuck in my head. You remember that show like super sweet sixteen or something happened. It was like an old then. Tv show from twenty years ago. It's like they just showed how kids would have the most elaborate sweet sixteen parties and one of them. There was one of those boos with money blowing around but on the booth that said daddy's money grabbing all the bills. I was like wow. That's what a new low for obnoxiousness that that. That's one of those shows..
"executive producer" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"But as far as keeping in touch with these other the girls who were like leslie craw growth people who were his staff. I don't see that that we don't think right to barbara. We don't think that she was interacting with them very much afterwards after she left his orbit. Well we have no proof of that. Put it that way. I we don't roof. I haven't seen any anything like that. That that could explain that but definitely just a you know to nina's point what was interesting about the court documents amongst many other. Things is the fact that glain with telling everyone that she no longer is involved with jeffrey or associated with jeffrey. And then when you see these documents In the public domain it was clear that they were associated with each other and they were still in touch with each other and they were probably connected financially as well and was he in love with her. At all what. We're what we're his feelings. Does anybody have any sense me. Such a private person. I'm assuming it would be hard to know. Well yeah i mean we. We have done a lot. We've spoken to over two hundred people for this documentary thirty of which are on screen so we have a lot of background where there's many people that refuse to go on screen you know purely for didn't want you know there's lots of reasons and so in terms of he in love with her Put let's put it this way. I never heard once that he was in love with her. Wow he called her his best friend. We do know that But i do not think it was a love relationship and i don't think she was just tight. Frankly and then she mysteriously gets married. Well that's that's yeah the that is Mysterious it because we've never been able to find the marriage records. Nobody has been able to find marriage records but from the legal case against her. I mean the the bail applications that she's made she has referenced and the prosecution has referenced a husband but that husband's name has been redacted. It's been reported in a number of newspapers. But and we. I mean we can say his name right barbara museum. We definitely say his name in the documentary but it there are no marriage records which makes it absolutely utterly mysterious and strange yet. Skop orchiston is not he. The husband And yeah exactly said the rate. It's exactly at work. We but the one thing he did come out and say which leads which leaves the fact that they probably they may have been they may have been married is the fact that he said in in one of the bail hearings because there's been five and she's been denied bail five times in one of the bail hearings before christmas. He did come out and say that the step children missed boy. So you know it. It leads one to believe that he is the husband question and does she have any money left. No idea no idea. What is the most interesting thing this question both of you that you uncovered in the process of making docu series. The thing that you that keeps you up at night. Like i can't believe that this is the that this happened and in the process of making this film. We will get to learn barbara. Start with you. The documentary We did a great job at our team. Did a great job at uncovering a lot about glenn maxwell a lot of people will hear for the first time and also connecting the dots to understand this complicated woman And so with that i'm maxine. It goes back to. I'm curious about where about the money situation to to your point i. I don't know where she got her money house. She made her money. I mean we have i. I have theories and so that is a trail that keeps me up at night. And i think would be in in that. We've always tried to follow but we didn't get anywhere so we did make a big thing about it in the documentary and i think I think this is what keeps me up at night is how long These two whether they were up to no good or not flew under the radar. you know. that's what's interesting to me is just years in years and years of flying under the radar. And how did that happen. You know and i think money and power probably have a lot to do with that certainly and there's so. Many people have power who have been mentioned to be associated with both of them. One would only think that. Perhaps that's part of the reason that they flew under the radar and had been successful and of course we all know that there are many theories around his death so i can imagine There are a number of people that are scratching their heads the same way that we are nina. What about you. What's the thing that keeps you up at night. Well the thing that fascinated me about it originally in remains fascinating. Is you know. I've seen the other documentary spot epstein. And i've been you know following the case pretty much you know since julius k browns reporting maybe i knew about it before. I can't remember. But i understand what they were doing to the girls because those girls spoken out about it. What i don't understand is the y two hundred understand what the point of this was i. Don't i really don't think that it was simply to to Satisfy one man's olympian carnal desires. And i think that our program.
"executive producer" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY
"Yeah i just. Don't i don't i honestly. I don't know if impacts how you tell your stories or if it's your life experience because of your you know because of your gender you know so as a woman growing up by was formed and shaped in a certain way and therefore the way i tell stories is the way i just don't like to have it be about gender quite honestly yeah and then in terms of the stories that you choose that you gravitate toward Tour does it. Is it like you know. i wanna tell more. Women's stories or is now it's actually been the opposite. I would say my first film about a wrongfully convicted african american man in winston salem north carolina Mostly man. and you know there was a woman reporter who broke broke some zoom profound stuff. But you know. I would say and then like we did a film about knuckleball pitchers. All men I did a film called in my father's house about a rapper in chicago in his homeless father. Lots of male driven masculine kinds of stories I actually sorta shy. I think i wasn't that interested in women's stories quite honestly i. I don't know why because rain washed by the patriarchy navy. Maybe i was directed because it was john. I'm just attracted to the individuals individuals in great stories. Yeah great well. Everyone can find Surviving death on net flicks can look up your other What will your. Your website is breakthrough yet. It's spelled g. wanna spell. it is and i'm gonna put it on this show notes. Well okay. it's its breakthrough but through his t h. Are you how. I spell it on my texts with a slam And then are you a social media. person should follow. Can we find really. You're seeing a hidden people. People are people are following. My which. I don't even know or whatever my twitter and unlike people never gonna post okay. We'll get to know. I'll still tag you you never know and i'm really appreciate it was so great to quote unquote meet you and thank you for all of your great work and i hope i'm looking forward to whatever you do next. Oh thank you so much was it was fun to talk with you and Yeah and good luck on your on all the work. You're doing these object thank you..
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"I knew michael dorian The he was the son of john dory and I how i mean have gone there. Yes did i go there at that crowd no but A little bit older than he was in. That crowd was younger anyway but So that was what attracted me to that story in particular. I was like new york in the eighties group in their the eighties. And i knew robert chambers and so part of what was satellites. Sorry i just what. What is your perception of back fan. Before all that happened he was just quiet. He was a quiet kind of tall. Maybe a little bit brooding. He was probably sad in person. I i would say But a lot of the guys. I knew he hung out with. Were kind of dark. You know they were going through there was they. Were troubled were a lot of drugs. They didn't come from families that were necessarily stable and and this isn't an excuse for what he did at all. I'm just telling you what my impressions of him were and we hung out pretty soon as friends with a group of friends pretty regularly. I pretty much. I can't quite remember much. You know because he was very quiet but the access we had in the series was based on people that i grew up with an anne as well had gone to college with his high school girlfriend. So who went on to be an actor right. Yes i kind of deep dive on her a little bit after. Yeah yeah yes exactly. So and then survived differences. Similar like we. We were very interested in having giving the women and going and meeting the women and talking to them about their experience with joan. If you want me talk about joan. Joan is interesting because we had just done. The devil came on horseback. Which was serious and you know again based on this one young former. Us marine captain. Who had been indoor four. And i was talking to my mother. Who was who was friends with joan rivers and said you know you really should spend time with her. She's just like people she really..
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"Arnold yep she you know look. I'm sure you encountered a million stories. So i guess the broader question. You know stephanie. Had this wild story where she sort of foresaw her death. She had placenta previa when she was pregnant. And basically thought you know this is going to end badly for me. And nobody believed or they all thought she was crazy including her husband and she basically did die for thirty seven seconds and experienced. What so many people report when they have those experiences and then sort of retroactively discovered. I think that she had these sort of medium powers or at least the Six cents or whatever you wanna call it. How did you decide. And she was a great storyteller i understand. She was a producer before. How did you decide what stories to include In in this series was really important that the people felt authentic and that they again weren't seeking attention by you know having near the death experience than just But that in telling of the story and sharing their story came from a very deep emotional place that it was it was important for them to share their story because they wanted others to know that they weren't alone that they weren't crazy that they had had similar kinds of experiences. And that's felt genuine to me. Both in stephanie. Arnold and dr. Mary neil who's the the surgeon who is kept under water for more than thirty minutes when when she was kayaking..
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"But not on my model so my question is to my listeners. Since i can't seem to figure this out online is there a way for me to watch apple plus on my old devices. is there other than buying the apple. Tv box is there like a fire. Stick or some kind of work around that. I could do 'cause. I really hate watching shows on my computer. I really like watching them on the big screen. So i ask you audience. Please let me know if there's something. I'm missing so today on the podcast. I'm excited to have ricki stern. So ricky is a very prolific director who is heard about way back. I guess about a year or two ago. When i had an elliott goldberg on the podcast talking about the preppie murder series for amc and Ricky directed that and and i've been following her work longer than i knew. Actually she She's right now. Has an incredible series on netflix. Call surviving death. Which i really enjoyed and we really dig into that mostly but we also talk about the amc series and surviving. Jeffrey epstein for lifetime which she also directed and m one of my favorite documentaries ever that that ricky directed About joan rivers called a piece of work Ricky is a manhattan i. She reminded me of me. Homesick for new york. And the pandemic We really get into a lot of sort of the filmmaking in this latest netflix series. And of course. I ask her about her own beliefs because life after death is some some serious business Not for the not for the faint of heart. But if you're interested in in any of that a highly recommended on net flex now so hope you enjoy my chat with ricky. Hi ricky welcome to the podcast. Hi thank you so much for having me. I'm so happy that you're here. I always start my podcast by saying how i met my guests so we're only just meeting each other but we were introduced by elliott goldberg. Who is a good friend of mine. And i know he's been talking about you since the preppy killer Documentary that you did for amc. And he actually came on my pod a to talk about it way back and had high praise for you and and anti. Who's your director yes can it. It's the preppie murder the murder. Yes oh my god. You know what i was reading from. I cut and pasted from your website and run it's ripe but i'm looking at preppy killer in quotes and then the next line is quote unquote preppie murder. So yes i stand corrected. I'm sorry the preppie murder death in central park was the name of the doc is still available for people to see if they haven't seen it right. Yes it's a series on. Amc on sundance on the sundance channel on amc. Great well definitely want to talk about that a little later. But i'm excited to talk to you about your latest work which is surviving death on netflix. It's a six part series. As i said in my intro really i was look. I'm definitely a captive audience on this one because this is something that i've always been interested in. I did a series with the medium years ago and have always been a believer However i was not a believer in reincarnation until i saw your series so before we get into the deep dive on it i would love to hear Was this your creation. Were you a gun for hire direct. Like how did it come to you. So the series is based on a book called surviving death. Same name by leslie. Cain who is a an investigative journalist who i've known for years and who had written a book about ufo's that Anti my phone partner in..