17 Burst results for "Four Actors"

"four actors" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Trivia With Budds

01:57 min | 2 months ago

"four actors" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

"We've got a great episode for you. Requested by Kimberly Brown on Patreon. She wanted an episode about rivers, so that's what we're doing. These are all about rivers around the world, and I think you'll have fun if you like geography based trivia today. Before we get to that, we have our geek out challenges for movies named four films in which a football game appears. For television two sitcoms in which a main character has died. For books, two titles by Nora Roberts. For music, 6 albums released in the 1980s. And for miscellaneous four actors who have played superheroes. All right, those are some fun warm up challenges for today. If you like this game, by the way, it's called geek out pop culture party. I think they make several different versions of geek out, but we played it at Christmas time this last year, and you have to outbid each other on how many you can name based on what it says on the card. So if somebody says, I can name 7 albums from the 80s, then somebody goes, I can name 8, and then they have to do it to get the card. And then when you collect like ten cards or whatever you want to do, you've won. But it's a fun one. It's a real conversational game, and it seems easier than it is. And then when you actually have to do it, you're like, oh no, how can I think of another thing? So check it out, geek out fun game. We're going to jump into ten questions and that bonus on rivers right now here. We go. All right, this is an episode. I think for the first time ever, all about rivers from around the world. Number one, what famous river passes through the capital City of London. Number one, what famous river passes through the capital City of London.

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"four actors" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Trivia With Budds

02:34 min | 6 months ago

"four actors" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

"Number three, the misadventures of the staff of a retail floor of a major UK department store, number three. And number four, a movie, two potheads, wake up after a night of partying and can not remember where they parked their ride. Number four two potheads wake up after a night of partying and can not remember where they parked their ride number four. Number 5, a movie, a woman looks back at the past 19 men, she's had relationships with in her life and wonders if one of them might be her one true love. Number 5, it's a movie, a woman looks back at her past of 19 men. She's had relationships with, and wonders if one of them might be her one true love. Number 6 TV show contestants stay for ten weeks in a holiday destination to win $1 million and hopefully find love. What is that reality game show? Number 6. Number 7, a TV show Christina Applegate plays a woman who suffers from amnesia and is forced to find out who she really is. TV show with Christina Applegate and amnesia number 7. Number 8 a movie to impress a foxy divorce say, ladies man Nick offers to take her kids on an extended road trip unaware of the torture he's in for. Number 8 to movie to impress a foxy divorcee ladies man Nick offers to take her kids on an extended road trip unaware of the torture he's in for. Number 9 TV show members of the studio audience suggest ideas for the games and skits that four actors usually improvisational comics perform number 9 TV show members of the studio audience suggest ideas for the games and skits that four actors usually improvisational comics perform number 9. And number ten TV, contestants pursue the international thief as junior detectives, who must answer questions about geography. Number ten, it's a TV show, contestants pursue the international thief as junior detectives who must answer questions about geography..

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"four actors" Discussed on The Chip Race

The Chip Race

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"four actors" Discussed on The Chip Race

"The performance is a great very lucky with costing people who really boy into it. I saw recently with matt. Damon and ed norton when they went to the world series and obviously they're not gonna poker but they say that they interviewed him and they said it's like if someone tried to act someone at that table tried to act in hollywood movie. It wouldn't work and and they're not that good at the table because they don't do any things apoka pro has to do to make a profit at a very difficult game to do so they were very honest about it and i think knowing that you can see. They sort of had that in their head when they were making the movie. And the scripting compliment scripts and production second-to-none in my opinion absolutely well as it did mark the start of poker being depicted onscreen closer to the way it release it. Also maybe marked the end of to you. You rent a poker in the movies in time. Look you smart money. Ocean's eleven lock stock into smoking barrels and that awful stinker runner runner having seen the template of how. It's done better do they get it around in those movies. I mean runner runner is woefully bad. You know the the premise is quite good. You can understand. Why it was commissioned a movie if you into a hollywood producer now and that movie not been made they would probably make that movie pretty quickly because it sounds like a good idea but they just blow it. I mean ben. Affleck is shocking. Justin timberlake his terrible. It's really not a great movie for anyone. Involved and in time is awful. There are some old school poker movies. They're fun to watch the poco moment in there and say off those films. The worst is to minute scene in lock stock where they're just flinging cards each other very serious since she just throwing cards around a table and if that was your family it would be. You know that wasn't poker. No one thinks he's poke other than the four actors involved clearly been told be playing instead straight last. This is exactly how they do it all for the cards in like this. It looks moody over every single hand. It's awful arca cannot abide lock stock and two smoking companies or whatever but cowpokes national is terrible movies somehow got to make war on earth but a terrible even. I can do better than this friend of the show. Martin harris writes extensively about poker tv in his poker book poker in pop culture. His book is obviously..

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"four actors" Discussed on Waiting In Queue

Waiting In Queue

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"four actors" Discussed on Waiting In Queue

"You're only making fucking sixty six thousand dollars a year. What the hell question. If you're in space and low gravity how do you. how do you have is intercourse. Pretty much impossible. I don't think they're up there fucking on the space station. I don't either but just think about that though. Is it impossible no prion. Why would it be impossible. I get yeah. I guess not. I'm just thinking about you. Know how there's propulsion and stuff that no. I don't think we've. I don't think we have artificial gravity. A i think there's concepts fired official gravity and it's making you like how the rings on halo they're like the you're walking on the inside of the ring because as it spins. It's creating that some typical force or whatever. Yeah that's so. The i watched a movie where they did that. They like made a space station like spin. Because then it makes me. Yeah we have. Is that fake. Or is that real. No i think that's a real concept that they're considering making force base station. Yeah i watched. This movie on. Netflix called Space movies you're going to get shit on them stowaway right there. It's called stoa came out. It came out this year. Flex recommended really really really really good It's it's wrenching 'cause isn't it about a us ship that can sustain like three people but then they find somebody was passed out in there. Yeah when they like went to launch off. My neighbor was telling me to watch that movie. He's good bra in. The ending is baller. Like it's a good movie. Seventy seven on rotten tomatoes. It's good it's only four actors the entire movie. Wow i love movies do that. They like can condense the act you know but it is. It's good if you're into space and is pretty realistic. But they do that artificial thing where they sent out this tether and then that tether wait spins the station super fast and it creates an artificial gravity Inside the station So where did you get the hoodie. Meyer now nasa. They they call me and they were like broken. You sport this hoodie for these you. To rep the nasa. The nasa no spacex nation. I like spacex. They're doing a lot of good stuff. Nasr's not even really a thing anymore. They kind of just they don't send things. Space may quit. They they taken funding away from it. Yeah we win the space race. Which is the dumbest thing we've done but luckily space x.'s. Stepping up the plate. Oh the private at privatizing Space travel i think. That's i think that's gonna go better than government privatize privatizing it. But the government can take it could also be bad but both the same with same with government. I think governments probably worse. Yes privatized. I think they should do it for the price. Company could be more like well. We're not doing that. Nasa has that rover on mars. Don't they that's as far as they're really sending people to space. no no..

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"four actors" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"four actors" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Yes it is free talk. Live the live call in radio. Talk program where we bring you the perspective of peace freedom and prosperity but also allow you to call in. Talk about whatever's on your mind if you wanna do that. The telephone number is six zero three two eight three six one six zero again. Six three two eight three six one six zero in the studio tonight. It's myself the canton. It's funny and chris so what. Famous doctor has chalked up over three hundred plus media appearances over the past year. That sounds like something someone could you. If their job was to be an actor right. I guess is is he. Working in a propagandist Position like public relations. Or something that i would say. He is definitely a propagandist. Okay i don't know who it is. Well his name is. Dr anthony fauci. Yes definitely Some people would pronounce it fao But i think we all know better anthony. Fascia for decades. Anthony fauci was an unrecognizable government bureaucrat. To anyone who lived outside of the dc beltway he would pop up out of obscurity and into the conversation every few years in the event of a niche issue involving an infectious disease. That all changed with the covid. Nineteen pandemic if you wanna call it then which elevated the. once irrelevant mandarin to stardom. Today he is a media. Mainstay the celebrity doctor who has become best known for his routine peddling of quackery related to the corona virus helped develop a cult following thanks to his consistent political activism and regular appearances across a plethora of media platforms. This by the way is an article from the american institute for economic research by jordan shack. Tell what a narcissus like i. I don't think i would ever go on tv three hundred times in one year. I would just be like not able to do that right. So when the average person thinks that was hard so that that first paragraph that. I just read their. Chris was like yeah. This is me saying he is a propagandist right. Yeah i didn't even write this but like that first paragraph basically said yes. That's a hard to achieve three hundred days. You said only two hundred three hundred plus appearances on media over the past year. There's three hundred sixty five thousand a year. That's nearly one a day. Yeah that's that's i. How do you keep up with that. That's like your job. I'd be getting paid to do that. I mean after after the after the terrorist attack on the studio. I think i did was at ten shows in a row and even more like senator levin whatever. It was at three hours a day and that was a lot like. I needed a break. You know right right about when the came. I'm like oh thank. God i get a break right But like that is hard enough to do. I can't imagine doing three hundred different media appearances in the course of literally must have somebody taking care of scheduling for that kind of level. Of course people. He's got people. Yeah yeah you'd have to have a secretary or somebody's he's ever seen any of these politicized people they have makeup people they have speechwriters. They have people who give them a cue cards. That have things like these. Are your talking points right and all that kind of stuff to believe. Anthony she is any different. I think would be foolish. The national institute of allergy and infectious diseases. And i d where anthony. Fascia has held the top post for thirty eight years ever since hundred eighty four. It now accommodates their celebrity doctor by maintaining a dedicated list of his media. Appearances scroll through the foundry in the news tab on the n. a. r. niaid website and you will find page after page of dr fantasies. Seemingly endless schedule of media hits by my count. He has accumulated well over three hundred media. Appearances over the past year alone on sunday. Fashion got a high dose of television. Six racking up four separate tv appearances on. Abc cnn cbs and nbc. How does he have time to do all this research. That's the most recent search oxford the partial list which was update last updated. April nineteenth shows that fashion has collected three hundred and nine media appearances over the past year by comparison in two thousand nineteen fascia made about one media appearance per week. Additionally the fashion in the news list does not account for many of his appearances on random celebrity youtube channels. Podcast hits radio interviews livestream conferences and the like which easily sent his immediate average media. Hits over the past year to well over one appearance per day. Oh my god. That's crazy when anthony. Fashion isn't in front of the camera he said to be on the front lines. Battling the pandemic as the nation's foremost infectious disease expert. Maybe they just have like four actors. That play anthony fauci so he can make all of his. Tv apparent appearances twin or something. I am not for infectious disease expert. Just play one on tv. Yeah that's what they call the foremost infectious disease expert. A label that is somehow justified by is track record of being a government bureaucrat. For half a century sometimes. I just feel like we live in south park. We do right. That's why south park is funny because south park is able to go. Hey look at this reality cartoon for him. I just feel like they've probably had some kind of a character like an expert. Like you know the geniuses on. I'd for the apple store. Is the geniuses. Like that's such a stupid silly name when i hear expert talking about anthony.

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"four actors" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"four actors" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The live call in radio. Talk program where we bring you the perspective of peace freedom and prosperity but also allow you to call. And talk about whatever's on your mind if you wanna do that the telephone number is six zero three two eight three six one six zero again six zero three two three six one six in the studio tonight. It's myself the captain. It's bonnie and chris so what. Famous doctor has chalked up over three hundred plus media appearances over the past year. That sounds like something someone could do. Their job was to be an actor. Right i guess is. Is he working in a propagandist Possession of public relations pr. I would say he is definitely a propagandist. I don't know who it well. His name is. Dr anthony fauci Yes definitely Some people would pronounce it fao But i think we all know better anthony fashion for decades. Anthony fauci was an unrecognizable government bureaucrat. To anyone who lived outside of the dc beltway he would pop up out of obscurity and into the conversation every few years in the event of a niche issue involving an infectious disease. That all changed with the covid. Nineteen pandemic if you wanna call it then which elevated the. once irrelevant mandarin to stardom. Today he is a media. Mainstay the celebrity doctor who has become best known for his routine peddling of quackery related to the corona virus. He has helped develop a cult following thanks to his consistent political activism and regular appearances across a plethora of media platforms. This by the way is an article from the american institute for economic research By jordan shack. Tell what narcissus like. I i don't think i would ever go on tv three hundred times in one year. I would just feel like not able to do that right. So when the average person thinks that was hard so that that i have just read their. Chris was like yeah. This is me saying he is a right. Yeah i didn't even write this but like that first paragraph basically says that's a hard to achieve three hundred days. You said only two hundred three hundred plus appearances on media over the past year. There's a lot three hundred sixty five a year. It's nearly one a day. Yeah that's that's i. How do you keep up with that. That's like your job. I'd be getting paid to do that. I mean after after the after the terrorist attack on the studio. I think i did was ten shows in a row and even more like ten or eleven whatever. It was at three hours a day and that was a lot like. I needed a break. You know right right about when the came on like oh thank god i get a break right But like that is hard enough to do. I can't imagine doing three hundred. Different media appearances In the course of i mean he literally must have somebody taking care of scheduling for that kind of level. Of course people people. Yeah yeah you'd have to have a secretary or somebody. He's ever seen any of these politicized people they have makeup people they have speechwriters. They have people who give them a cue cards. That have things like these. Are your talking points right. All that kind of stuff to believe anthony. Fascia is any different. I think would be foolish. The national institute of allergy and infectious diseases. And i d where anthony. Fascia has held the top post for thirty eight years ever since nineteen eighty four. It now accommodates their celebrity doctor by maintaining a dedicated list of his media. Appearances scroll through the found she in the news tab on the are niaid website and you will find page after page of dr fantasies seemingly endless schedule of media by my he has accumulated well over three hundred media appearances over the past year alone on sunday. Fashion got a high dose of his television. Fix racking up four separate tv appearances on. Abc cnn cbs and nbc. How does he have time to do all this research. That's the most recent search multiple form augsburg the partial list which was update last updated. April nineteenth shows that fashion has collected three hundred and nine media appearances over the past year. Loan by comparison in two thousand nineteen fascia made about one media appearance per week. Additionally the fashion in the news list does not account for many of his appearances on random celebrity youtube channels. Podcast hits radio interviews livestream conferences and the like which easily sent his immediate average media. Hits over the past year to well over one appearance per day. Oh my god. That's crazy when anthony. Fashion isn't the camera said to be on the front lines. Battling the pandemic as the nation's foremost infectious disease expert. Maybe they just have like four actors. That play anthony fauci so he can make all of his. Tv appearances twin or something. I am not a for infectious disease. Expert just play one on tv. Yeah that's what they call the foremost infectious disease expert. A label that is somehow justified by is track record of being a government bureaucrat. For half a century sometimes. I just feel like we live in south park. We do right. That's why south park is funny because south park is able to go. Hey look at this reality cartoon for him. I just feel like they've probably had some kind of a character like an expert. Like you know the geniuses on. I'd i for the apple. Store is the geniuses. Like that's such a stupid silly name. When i hear expert talking about anthony.

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"four actors" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"four actors" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Peeps were developed by a jewish immigrant from the ukraine a ukraine named sam born and he developed a candy company. Call just born castillon. Business to makes all those peeps mike annex. I always do. Mike and mike were jewish. Always knew it. Why did the night mike. This is mike this is for flavor. It's good for the movies have added kids but are wonder hot tamale to is also made by them and i think hot tamales are just mike and expert at different flavor right. Yeah and so Was it samborn moved to the west coast and created this amazing candy company that to this day donates. Lots of money to jewish profits. Now the people who had been around. I guess the marshmallow little duckie's had been around before him but he created a process that made it go much faster because i think that they had to make him like took them twenty seven hours to make them. So you know they make them in trays. They probably had to let them dry or something like that so he made the much faster but he actually won an award because he was able to this man after my own heart came up with some kind of patent for being able to stick stick in a lollipop. You know. oh yes. Not a euphemism. Well how did it. All pops made beforehand hand. You probably had to pour it out by hand and then you had to lay on the thing and you put the thing in there but now it was like another another way to do it well and so when we were kids the candy we liked the most was those fruit flavored lollipops that came in a ribbon and the teacher would just cut them out and hand them to the the kids you know and so they were either like a ribbon plastic. Yeah they still sell them like to have seen. That's probably his invention like the mass producing lollipops that can be given out. You know something like that and then came the dumb dumbs. So kate winslet fabulous actress subset because she knows at least four actors who were just hiding in the closet and don't wanna come out because they're afraid of their career and she wants the world to change to they can be gay and play whatever role they wanna play. Who's that There's said they're young actors so heidi and closet who who could be. I wonder well. I'm you know. I'm not sure they might be people. She knows from stage or something like that. I don't know. I guess. I guess there's probably queen latifah's like don't talk about me me. I'm no young spring. Tom holland meantime holland. Yeah i think possibly cary grant freddie mercury. they're all day rock hudson He's just says who she told the sunday times. I cannot tell you the number of young actors. I know some well known. Some starting who are terrified their sexuality will be revealed and that it will stand in the way of there being cast in straight roles. Now that's fucked up You know. I.

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"four actors" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"four actors" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"See right. And in the meantime, I've got one episode left of Fire Flag Lane. I love that. Isn't it crazy? Love it, And it's in that. What is it like for you? I mean, because so many of your books now our options. I don't know if this is a movie or serious has come out yet is fire flight Lane like the first one? It is. This is the first one that's actually made it to, you know, screen that people couldn't see. Wait. What does that feel like for you? You know it is It's a real actually, you know, it's It's a remarkable thing. I mean, I wrote the book. Gosh, 15 years ago, and so much of the book is drawn from my life. I am very much You know the Kate you know, taking care of her horse and riding the bus to school and you know all of that, and Let's just see it come alive is just amazing. And I think that all of the actors are amazing. But the four actors in particularly who played Kate and Cully, um you know, they're just I cried all through at this ocean nine and 12. I'm saving it because it's like something to look forward to. I mean, your book. I mean, I just peeled through it and we couldn't put it down. I'm like, Oh, now what do we do? Oh, it's a big book, and it's a big book. And then firefight lain started and I'm peeling to going through it too quick, And I'm like, I don't want to end it. But, you know, I think, Kathryn Hi goal is really done a great job and the men are gorgeous in it. Yeah, I've been getting a lot of texts and e mails about the man. I think I think my readers really like, Oh, they're beautiful. And but the friendship there about you know to, you know, neighbors on fire front lane. We just felt that when we fell in love with that's when we first met you and so even the clothes and the music. It's just such a fun run. It's fun and feel its field You feel and you have fun while you're watching it, and it's just I love women's friendships. And, you know, I think it's so nice. Um, even even if it weren't my book, I would be watching this because you know the complexity of this female relationship and the fact that it's the female relationship that is driving this bus. That's what You know the energy is about And it's this friendship. I think that feels totally real and deep and lasting. And you just don't see that on TV every day. No, you don't end over this many decades. It had to be like a 10 part Syriza to show it, but But sometimes you just want to kill telly. And you're like how my friends with you, You are the worst, you know, And But don't you have any about good friend? Times That's are almost like sisters. Yeah, And that's you know that. That's what Katherine Hi girl is doing so beautifully. The fact that Tully is both brash and broken on and you know, that's what's really important is, you know she does all these things that you wish you wouldn't do. But you still understand you know how broken she is because of her mother daughter relationship. Oh, it's just so good. So we're talking about Firefly Lane. It's on Netflix. You guys. It's so good. So your book came out last Tuesday. I think are very second. Um What? What does it feel like? We saw the big We saw your tweet or your Facebook post that you have the biggest billboard right now, in Times Square ever for a book. What is that feeling? I just I'm so sad that I'm not in New York and in person, right? Yeah. No, I mean anything. It's amazing. You know, it's like After you know, doing this for 30 years on this, you know sudden, overnight extra success. And it's really fun. Because because I have so much I guess, Um, time behind me that you know it's not going to turn my head. It's not going tol change what I do, but it is going to make for a really fun year. Yeah, and I just I'm so excited for people to be able to Nestle and cuddle up with your book. The four winds were talking with Kristen. Hannah Kristen, We have to ask you because we ask all our authors. What's the last grade book you read besides your own Uh, you know the last. Uh gosh, I have written. I've read a lot of really great books in the last two months because of the pandemic. I think I've just been poring through them. But I was I was blown away by, um Colson. Whitehead's the Nickel boys, and I really love William Can't Kruger's This tender lamp we need here is here, you know and loves up. Yes, and he used to write at the place. I waited tables that he is a friend of our show. This tender land was amazing. Wasn't it beautiful? And I just actually met him on zoom for the first time the other night. And what a lovely man Even I felt like I could just sit down and talk with him for an hour. He's that kind of guy that that gives me goose bumps that you said that because we have such a love love for him and all of his other books, Ordinary Grace, but then his serious with the cork I can't think of a broken heart O'Connor. We love them. We love you too. Kristin has the four winds has that been option? I mean, are people looking at okay? The Nightingale hopefully comes on December Netflix. I mean, are Great alone or four winds. Have those been optioned already? The great alone has been optioned, and that's in development, which was, of course, stopped by Covad before winds We have only like literally this week. Started thinking about it moving towards that. Um I feel like I just wanted to see how the book did and see where I am in the world and then make a decision about that. I really love it. I think the bookstores are going to be very glad for you. You're gonna move. You're gonna help with a lot of sales because people want to buy this book Are you out of people interact with you Is Facebook the best places that were you like Facebook and maybe insta. Yes. They took an instagram. I'm not on Twitter. Okay, Um, but I am on Facebook and instagram. And I liked them both a lot. And I'm doing quite a few, Um, doom event. Yes, you are, You know, and you're doing one coming up here and excel Sherbet and Valley bookstore on February 18th. We want to remind people okay? Yes, a week. One of my favorite books. Heart. So what, really exciting sounds Sherbet and Valley Bookstore on February 18th at 7 P.m.. It's a zoom event. Just Google it and we will make sure to give out more information to Kristen. It's so good to talk to you again. Great to talk to you guys too. I guess I'll talk to you in another couple of years. Hurry up, Elsa. We'd like to talk to me for that. Enjoy. Enjoy. Enjoy. Because you're just such an amazing writer. We love talking to thanks so much. Thanks so much Take care of them. But I think we've got two books to give away Give Ah, Rocco a buzz at 651641107. It's no secret we might talkers love local businesses there the places that sponsor us the places.

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"four actors" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"four actors" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"He played general stall in the center in stratagem slash the poison sky and he played commander strack because hey they're clones right in the pandora opens and but i know him because of a fan of the another brick calm the young ones because he played great mike the cool person yes that is his last name until someone comes up with something more official all one long were at the cool person and Just you know just was fantastic on that show as well as one of the great four actors leading that show patrick reichert place crozier and he was recently in the crown believe it or not and he was also the king's speech great movie in he was also in an episode of the young indiana jones. Chronicles from back in the day. But that was interesting. Thomas branch played dorf are poor hapless sort of wolf guy. Trevor layered played fractured eye. Major reason i mentioned him. Is you know he was one of the henchmen in this. That he. He's another actor that turns up in the modern era because he plays clive jones father of martha jones in doctor who series three. So i thought that was kinda cool right and he is also in the whose movie quadrophenia. If you're at all interested checking that out. So that's our guest cast. Unless rachel has any thing else you that comes to mind right. Excellent always like to hear trivia this time. I don't have that much. But i've got a few things. Maybe rachel has some more but one of the things i thought was interesting was colin baker had said in some interviews that he remembered being confused by the doctors behavior in the story. Well those shock there. Because i think all of us were confused by the doctors behavior in the store. Yea but it's really kind of concerning when the star his confused explains why his performance in this is shall we say a little radic. Yeah like i said we get to the topic sets. I have questions about that. Because i i better after reading that note like okay. Well you know if he doesn't know what's going on. Should we expect the audience right. Have a pretty good quote. I want to share with everybody. Colin apparently said there was a point. Where at eric's award the script editor. When i'm trying in and he's quoting here what i'm trying to tying perry to this rock and threatening to torture might doing it for the some subtle reason of my own because i think i'm being washed or whatever or because i'm being affected by the mind probe no not the mind probe or just that's milo edition or is it the matrix lying there were. Those were the three alternatives as i saw it and he said..

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"four actors" Discussed on Brian's Daily Grind

Brian's Daily Grind

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"four actors" Discussed on Brian's Daily Grind

"In my last episode. I talked about letting the reader breathe letting them experience the environment letting them experience everything. That's going on before you jump into action with this one. We're gonna talk about the exact opposite. We're not letting the reader experienced anything outside of the dialogue. that has happened in this piece. We've actually spent all of our time focusing on the emotion and the dialogue for this particular piece because it is set in an empty white space. Now you don't have to set your situation in an empty white space to capitalize on this trick but this one we did so taking everything out of the scene which means not telling the reader about which way the wind's blowing what color the walls are as their dirt on the ground. Is it hot as a humid by not telling the reader anything about the environment surrounding these characters. You allow your reader to focus strictly on those very important conversations. It's about tempering about knowing when to use what trick and if you have a very very important conversation especially one that is nuanced or that has a lot of emotion or detail into it. You may want to exclude the environment from that portion of your writing writing only the characters the emotions they experience the way that they look in particular in how they react is kind of important to keeping your readers. focus centered if in the middle of this conversation. I took you off to you about some graffiti that was written on the wall or a cat that jumped out of a trash can down the alley. It would really detract from the power that this scene has knowing when to add that and when not to add that is a little tricky so let me see by can help you out anytime. You're going to do action. You wanna make sure that you build up to that action like we talked about in the last episode but anytime you are dealing with nuance importance. Depth conversation or something that is critical to the story. You want to make sure that you are leaving that environment out. There is not really a real build up for that because the impact is here. This is where you want your reader's attention focused remember your reader is reading your book. They are lost in a world. But you are still there guide. Your job is to direct their attention from one thing to another. If this were going to be an action scene i would be directing your attention to all the craziness that is building up to this action scene. I would direct your attention to the environment. I would direct your attention to the way that other people are reacting to what is going on but this one. This is a very important conversation. My story so i have directed your attention to this and only this. I don't bring up anything else. Sometimes being able to focus your reader's attention is a masterful tool that you should use with this particular conversation. I tried to step in and show you. Fear and anger kind of mixed together with same as experiencing now. You don't have a lot of the surrounding story unless you've listened to the book but in this particular chapter he's gone to this crazy whirlwind and now he is this broken little child that is faced with a set of impossible options and consequences and he is being given the option to remove those problems from his life. A child is obviously going to say yes because they are not aware of the consequences that follow now when you do write a chapter or a portion of a chapter or a conversation like this you have to be aware that there are going to be consequences on the back end. If you don't follow through with those consequences your reader is going to get lost now. I don't show you those consequences in this chapter. Those consequences are echoed throughout the rest of the book. But because this conversation is so important it was beyond important for me to remind the reader that there are consequences that come from this one conversation right here now in the case of this book there's a lot of evil and a lot of heartache and our struggle that comes from the consequences of this one conversation so i don't really need to echo it in this chapter but if you are going to have a conversation that is this intense a conversation that is so intense that we are removing the environment. We're removing anything else except for our two actors or three or four actors. That are having that conversation. You need to remember to put those consequences later in the chapter later in the book or later in the story in general. Just don't forget about those consequences so to recap it is your job to direct your reader's attention. It is your job to focus on what is important and if you are riding a conversation that is important you must focus their attention solely on that conversation. There should not be outside influences. That will distract your reader unless they have a direct effect on what is being talked about. So don't worry about the environment. Don't worry about how the wind blows. The sun shines the can rattles down the street or the mouse that scurries along the alley wall focus on the conversation. You can describe things like what the characters wearing how they feel how. They posture themselves as they speak. Because body language is important. But don't worry about the external things also if you're writing a conversation that is of this caliber of importance. Then you need to make sure that you infuse the consequences of this conversation in the rest of the story. It's very very important because if you're not infusing it in the rest of the story or if this conversation that is super important doesn't have ramifications that spawned from it then. What really is the point of having that conversation in there now. There are always exceptions to these rules. There's always going to be someone out there that says but brian. What about this and brian. What about that. Or i have this very specific situation. That does this remember. This is a blanket teaching..

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"four actors" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"four actors" Discussed on WTOP

"Army's embedding nutritionist, physical fitness experts and coaches into active duty brigades in hopes of increasing performance and cutting down on injuries. Army says it will place experts in 110 Brigades. The effort will involve 500 soldiers, 700 army, civilians and nearly 2000 contractors. The army's been rethinking the way troops train after many have ended up Unable to deploy because of musculoskeletal injuries. The army recently changed its physical fitness test to be less stressful on the body and to help soldiers stay healthy longer. Scott Mosconi Federal news Network. At some point you've probably called the company's customer service number, but NBC for consumer reporter Susan Hogan has some information you need to know. Before you ever do it again. We've discovered a number of companies like Facebook or some of those other big money sharing. APS don't have customer service numbers, But unless you know this, you'd most likely search online for the number. However, doing so could cost you thousands. We spoke with a local doctor who fell victim to a customer service scan and is sharing her story coming up today on news four at four. Actor Glenn Close is getting an honorary award for her charity work involving mental illness. The Air P will give its first honorary purpose prize award to Glenn close for her work with bring change to mind a charity that fights the stigma associated with mental illness. She will receive the award during a virtual ceremony on December 3rd. The group will also award $50,000 each to five individuals over 50 who are using their knowledge and life experience to solve social problems. It will also give 10 $5000 fellowships. I'm Archie Szaroleta next in money news. Wall Street heads toward the close a little higher. A re empty the nest contest. I'm Jeff Global, 3 54. Have CDW G. We get that migrating your agency tow a hyper converged infrastructure is challenging, like me. Switching to decaf got to.

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"four actors" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"four actors" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

"Was in a cult once did I tell you that? No, I met this guy once gorgeous tan look just like Mickey Hargitay. We had coffee he gave me a pamphlet next thing. You know, I'm wearing a moment playing the tambourine jumping up and down at the airport. I love that Babette would be doing that goal. I think she would probably find the young men honky as Babette is want to do about mean I wouldn't just say that more a month would fit in with the Lords of Flatbush pretty dang easily. Yeah, just make his jacket leather and he Blends right in yeah. So the Lords of Flatbush was I mean you the first two people you mentioned who are in the movie you said AKA because I mean Sylvester Stallone Henry Winkler, I mean they went on to have huge. You know, they became the kind of actors that you know them for their characters, you know? Yeah, so but they started in this movie that is just eerily similar and purposely similar to what they let our went on to do which is so cool because I think a lot of everyone knows who's faster Stallone has everyone knows who the Fonz is but I don't think many people know what the Lords of Flatbush are. No, this one has been lost to time. Yeah. Yeah. Well, what what happens in this movie? Maybe a better question is during the time that people turned on cameras onto these four actors. What did they do off? Maybe that's another way to phrase it. I think that is a better phrasing. I saw this movie. I think Turner Classic Movies called this rambling and I don't disagree. So this movie is about group of four guys for Bros. They would definitely greasers. They're slick in their hair back with their cones just like you see on the movie Grease and they have Lords and scripti writing on the back of their jackets. Now the universe a Flatbush. I never heard anyone say Flatbush. Well, but I know what's up with that and this is not because I am from the East Coast this is because I'm very much not from the east coast and had to read about it is a neighborhood in Brooklyn. Yes, that never say that in the movie though. Do they know and this just Peaks my I should have this bee in my Bonnet about how people from New York think Midwestern saying I know I'm going to lead into it hard for this little being a bonnet rent here, but.

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"four actors" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"four actors" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

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"four actors" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"four actors" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's Wednesday June twenty fourth actor writer producer Mindy Kaling turns forty one years old the news is next live from NPR news I'm korva Coleman more states in the south and west are seeing increases in the number of coronavirus cases and yesterday some of them set records the nation's top infectious disease specialist Dr Anthony Fauci says the US government is pouring funding into coronavirus vaccine research and development only in the process of developing vaccines companies would never take that chance it's risking hundreds of millions of dollars maybe I have to get into a business dollars the government is investing in taking that risk away insane Chrissy and you'll see several months that in months but you're not compromising safety down she spoke to NPR's morning edition stocks opened lower this morning as investors worried about a surgeon to virus infections and B. R. Scott Horsley reports the Dow Jones industrials fell more than two hundred points in early trading Texas and Arizona continue to set new records for coronavirus infections and the state of Washington join California in ordering residents to wear masks in public places infectious disease expert Anthony found she warned lawmakers about worrisome trends in the domestic path of the pandemic coronavirus concerns are weighing heavily on the stocks of airlines cruise ship companies stand some big banks the International Monetary Fund now says the global recession caused by the pandemic will be even deeper than previously forecast the IMF is also predicting a somewhat weaker recovery next year or worse if twenty twenty one brings a major new outbreak it's got worse the NPR news Washington Senate Republicans want to bring their policing reform legislation to the Senate floor today but Democrats are threatening to block it unless they can get bipartisan talks on developing a proposal Republicans counter that they have already arranged for Democrats to propose amendments to the GOP bill a federal prosecutor is set to tell Congress that political favoritism influenced the case against president adviser Roger stone and peers Kerry Johnson reports the lawyer will testify that higher ups pressured him to cut stone a break in his criminal case the Lynskey says he's never seen political considerations factor in a criminal case until the prosecution of Roger stone a longtime confidante of president trump excellence he will tell the house Judiciary Committee the people at the highest levels of the justice department overrode his work for political reasons in prepared testimony he says supervisors were afraid of president trump and they warns Lynskey he could lose his job if he refused to go along with a lighter punishment for stone another justice department lawyer will tell lawmakers politics infused two sets of investigations in the anti trust division Carrie Johnson NPR news Washington on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrials are down four hundred thirty five points or more than one and a half percent you're listening to NPR news live from KQED news I'm Brian white country Costa county is seeing a steady uptick in covert nineteen cases and hospitalization rates health officials say that his hit the county's nursing homes the hardest KQED's Marco Seiler Gonzales reports these facilities are especially vulnerable to outbreaks according to the county's deputy health officer Dr Sarah Levin a lot of staff members work at multiple facilities to earn a stable income and many don't have paid sick leave Levin says that makes containment difficult helping to fuel outbreaks county data shows residents and staff account for more than half of the total deaths eleven says that doesn't reflect the quality of care but rather a reflection of this new virus as a dynamic arguably the most vulnerable members of our society the county still planning to enter their next phase of re opening on July first which will allow indoor dining bars and fitness centers I Marcus elegance Alice KQED news San Francisco supervisors have approved the creation of a safe drug injection site it's the city's latest attempt to push a safe site forward as it sees a growing number of overdose deaths in twenty eighteen then governor Jerry Brown vetoed legislation that would have authorized the sites now a new state bill is in the works that would allow San Francisco to operate overdose prevention programs the local measure approved by supervisors yesterday creates a permit program for nonprofit health providers to operate.

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"four actors" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"four actors" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Beach house sits on Saint Phillip's island South Carolina just across the water from Hilton head it's four bedrooms and four baths being renovated for rent this spring Roger just how much it'll go for but the home of the island used to belong to Ted Turner before he sold it to South Carolina for four point nine billion dollars one of my house too late it's already been purchased is just over forty six hundred square feet four bedrooms four baths but since it's a Malibu California mansion as it's Janet Jackson once rented it twenty eight million dollars was shelled out by the new orders Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and former racecar driver data give Patrick want to buy a house that's three hundred forty acres on the island of Martha's vineyard Massachusetts a former sheep farm with a cedar shingled Cape Cod style of home mobile sixty five hundred square feet five bedrooms five baths library chef's kitchen and views of the Atlantic from most rooms for a mere sixty five million dollars you can I have one of the former homes of Jackie Kennedy one of my house it's in Beverly hills of just over an acre on a quiet cul de sac just over eleven thousand square feet five bedrooms thirteen baths with a fireplace GM a dining room that seats twenty originally built in nineteen thirty four four actor Frederick March now for forty four and a half million dollars you can own what was until twenty oh six the happily ever after home the mention of Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston one of my house say Manhattan penthouse apartment actually over four thousand square feet of the twenty ninth of thirty floors with three bedrooms five baths game room eat in shifts kitchen and spectacular views of New York City originally priced at fifteen and a half million south Robert twelve million you get the Manhattan digs of Jennifer Lawrence and want to buy a house overlooking the Los Angeles skyline is is nearly seven thousand square foot home on an acre of land seven bedrooms eleven **** matic fireplaces and redwood log flooring in the cigar lounge rigidly price to forty two and a half million it's not down to sixteen point nine million to own actor John berry boards former mansion including his opium den opium not included the off beat I Jimbo added on this date in nineteen thirteen the sixteenth amendment to the U. S. constitution providing for a federal income tax was ratified America in the morning for Monday February third twenty twenty is produced by Tom delay.

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"four actors" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"four actors" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Turn seven Ford today Whitney Houston date one of the songs I will always love you a big hit but it was Donna you wrote it and made it her own back in nineteen seventy four actor Hank is are you will no longer voice The Simpsons character op according to the website slash film dot com is area says the decision for him to stop voicing the character up who was the right thing his voice the character since nineteen ninety for the next five minutes I'm going to blog did like it done said about nineteen ninety nine there is white the characters south Asian the twenty seventeen documentary the problem with that blue by comedian hurry kanda Baloo examine the characters cultural impact in twenty eighteen is area responded on the late show with Stephen Cole bear the idea that anybody was with young or old pastor present was bullied or teased based on the character of Abu it just really makes me sad but ms Ginn CBS news wine is no longer winning like it once did and did for so long in the alcohol industry millennials for for sipping hard seltzer's and spirits according to industry tracker I W. SR which reports the volume of wine sales drop by just under percent last year for the first time since nineteen ninety four young adults are reaching for lower calorie drinks like Boston beer's truly or white claw which is part of hard Selters tremendous popularity sales in that ready to drink category soaring almost fifty percent spike seltzer's now an eight billion dollar industry a sales expected to triple by two thousand twenty three any other also during the hard spirits like mescal or Japanese whiskey UT Hon ABC news one fifty one on WBZ will check traffic and weather next more speakers are bringing radio back into the home a new station forms of home better ABC news radio while you cook well you clean and whatever you do.

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"four actors" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"four actors" Discussed on AP News

"Film role check with the military because office you see I cannot give absolution to a man who's about to commit suicide on ABC's Benson he was Clayton Endicott the third the hopelessly highbrow chief of staff in the governor's mansion and for sci fi fans he was Odo the shapeshifting changeling and head of space station security on Star Trek Deep Space Nine he also had a prominent role in Star Trek six the undiscovered country and later was on the ABC law firms here is Boston legal again appearing with star trek's captain Kirk William Shatner his family says he died Sunday at his home in Los Angeles of metastatic lung cancer Renee operation while was seventy nine a return to the Disney Channel for raven Simone just in time for Christmas she leads today's birthday roundup recently appearing on holidays on rapper she talked about the most favorite Christmas present she's ever given which was to her mother I think you need a mattress late nineteen seventy and raven Simone thirty four actor and director Kenneth Branagh starred in the staging of Shakespeare's the winter's tale which was broadcast to cinemas earlier this month hi and you'll for ever he's fifty nine and it's been nearly six years on NBC Chicago PD for Patrick John Pflueger organ in a city that you know everybody that lives here loves like take a lot of pride in their city yeah with one to represent that on TV you know look around see party he's thirty six and that's our birthday roundup for December tenth I'm Bob Kessler judiciary committee's impeachment hearings on to acquire the knee P. newsman house Judiciary Committee chairman Jerrold Nadler in his closing remarks after a long day of attorneys outlining the impeachment case against president trump says the president's actions toward Ukraine and afterward OR impeachable president trump violated his oath to the American people he placed his own private interests ahead of our national security and the integrity of our elections and constitutes a continuing threat Doug Collins committee's ranking Republican disagree saying he doesn't see the basis of the Democrats case the very nature of the fact that I'd say I disagree and you say you don't is it a is the disputed fact these are disputed facts it'll be the first impeachment it is partisan on facts that are not agree to Democrats readying at least two articles of impeachment against trump likely charging him with an abuse of power and obstruction of Congress committee vote could come as soon as this week sending it on to the full house for its consideration I'm typical are AP digital news back in a moment thank.

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