22 Burst results for "Fran Drescher"
"fran drescher" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"Them. Yeah I like diffuser better. Yeah yes Maybe you plug into the plug. Yes you plug it and you put in essential oil. Yeah and then of course and I I have more control over the smell. I can write Nixon Bland night lately. I've been doing some peppermint because you know that's a An aerial really yes. I'm drinking peppermint tea right now. That's lovely that's digestion. Is this yeah so I ask you. Have you been doing a lot of research on this friend activist and a cancer survivor and the founder of the Cancer Movement right? I remember you know kind of walk. The Talk Yeah. So what if every need? Yeah well I mean what is what is that like when you. Which kind of cancer did you have? I had uterine cancer. Terrible slow growing cancer right. It took me two years and eight actress to get a proper diagnosis. So is growing during that time. Knowing that you didn't get a diagnosed misdiagnose And I- Nanhai Misdiagnosis like cysts. Ra Menopause. Oh so most women that get uterine cancer. Either postmenopausal or obese and I was neither but yet twenty five percent of women who do get it which is one in four young and thin. So why not just rule out with the simple in office and Oma Joe Biopsy whether this could be that as opposed to just dismissing you? Exactly I say this lady's getting older right right age for that but doctors up bludgeoned to go the least expensive route of diagnostic testing. The and also the you know the everything the they yeah. They can't mistake. I grew up with Dr. My Dad was orthopedic so it was a little more definitive but really their ability to connect symptoms a it. It's not it's it's all it's a hit or miss thing and you don't know if the doctor that you're seeing a great diagnostician knows you usually just going for the regular checkups right in there. Just sorta like we'll take a medicine. Goes away try this. Yeah they all subscribe to the philosophy of you here hove's galloping. Yeah don't look for Zebra. It's probably a horse. Yeah yeah or Zebra like me right I lately. Though I've I've I've made a lot of very practical doctors or just sort of like I don't know what that is. Let's see if we can figure it out. That's good that is so. What was the treatment? Now that led you to I'd get a radical hysterectomy. Yeah and You know that's difficult surgery for any woman but for one who had never had chosen myself. It's a particularly bid. Appelt swallow three. I was forty two and was ultimately diagnosed. Replanting Planning on having children. I just met someone that Kinda made me realize what other women were talking about when they say and have is baby. Oh yeah yeah but I'd never felt that before driven to have a career. This is after your husband. This was after my first husband now. My gang ex husband. I love delay not gay during the marriage now but he was beginning to show signs reconcile that he was maybe bisexual but never acted on it. Our Life and love me and we're active sexually so He was upset when I busted up the act. Yeah and Kinda stopped talking to me and then when I got the cancer one of the silver lining was that in that moment he pursed into tears when he was told and all of his anger mounted away and all those laugh was the love and then I wanted to write a book about my experience. So what happened to me? Would never the people I means of misdiagnosis treatment but then I realized that what happened to me has happened. Millions of Americans and so I knew that the book was not the image is the beginning of what was going to become a life mission and and Peter and I started to build our relationship up again on a new shelf and it's great good as we. We worked together now where we did. happily divorced together. Yeah that's right. That's good and Now we're doing the nanny musical for Broadway. The nanny musical yes. That's crazy. It is well. I think I mean everyone's excited. Of course that'd be great and WHO'S GONNA play? The non hat is yet to be seen by loan to write the music from crazy insurer. I've talked to her. She's been in here. Yeah I that everybody's been a lot of people have been here or at the other house or in the house this new. There's a new house and I was doing it in house for a while while they were working on this tack area. Oh had to make this into a house garage. That had been made an illegal room by the people before me now got tagged. I had this house. Now there's a kitchen in there and that's right could house. Are Your parents still living? Yes said they come in. I don't know day mothers. They've both come ahead. This wasn't ready yet and I don't know it's weird. My Dad could make. He had hard time with the stairs. That's where the other veggies and I've no problem putting them up at a hotel down the right. Don't need them in house. Okay but then you hear folks life. Es Thank both of them and still madly in love with each other. That is something I now mine are not. They're not together even oh I see no. Yeah no it would be sad when I was thirty five. I was older okay. It wasn't a younger there was. It was still a problem of figuring out who I should live with thirty five. How my well? Somebody wants it to me. You Know Gullible is the only word this not in the dictionary and I said really so getting back to the the treatment though in terms of changing your diet who said sorta where we were going in essential oils and healing things at a lot of that stuff. Because I have my own feelings about it I go in and out of that stuff but sometimes it is about believing right. Well everything is about believing of course but he knows some. Believe YOU'RE GONNA die probably will have less of a fighting chance and if you believe you're gonNA live. I tried to only eat organic sure and that makes it. Oh so that makes sense you. Of course okay and also I detox my home. I don't spray for pesticide products. You're gardening and again. I'm with a Muslim same page. Because that's the way right but I'm just talking about like the air freshener. I wonder essential oils. Essential as I don't know if I now believe how much of bacteria killing but this as well I mean you know. I don't think that it's going to really do the job that In now if you really cleaned surfaces in but I think that this is an airborne issue that we're currently dealing with with covy nineteen and You know why not have some downside? There's no downside. Smells Nice fuck at does exactly where you stand on two mark. Iv aims wonderful anti-inflammatory married to an Indian. That was my second husband. Were you guys married? Yes why I didn't know who was clear whether you're married or not clear. Well we'd never filed with the state We were headed by a a Jewish game minister and a Owes you never fill paperwork but you got married. Yes and if a registered right with the state right we ultimately decided that you know it was too much For we have to we were. We had corporations. It was too complicated and unnecessary. What was that? Would that guy do Well he was a computer systems inventor and he was working on a health Program now the guy you met the have babies with no. Oh that was another now. Twenty years ago. He's now having a baby with someone else. Sixteen years younger than all okay. So he's now in his mid forties that guy do I? He became a writer producer television. Yeah and you guys dated for a while. Sixteen years your years. Four years so as part of that journey and I'm very very very grateful and nobody could ever say a bad word about him because he was really doll and Yo- you you got the diagnosis when you were with him and now he was a guy that when he was in college he was dating a woman whose sister was murdered and she was really flipped out over it and pushed him and left town And he made a little promise to himself that if ever he's in level the woman is going through a crisis he will not let her push him away but he will be there to help and support her. And I was the recipient of that. Promise Nice that sounds good. Timing for your tragic news. It's true but you're good now. I am twenty years. Well this June great. We're going to celebrate with my annual Cabaret Dinner Cruise in New York Harbor for Kansas Mansa. And we serve organic food. Of course walk the talk. Are you vegetarian now? Okay now I love vegetables and I love salad and I eat a lot of that but I'm I'm not exclusively. That right was so the I do has to be very pristine like grown sure. Why protein or or what grass-fed Antibiotic Free Growth? Hormone free pasture raised. Snatches grass-fed right. Because you WanNa get the earth and the animal reads a lot of earth out there. Yes living the life that God intended them live or wild. Sure while a wild pig a wild fish while fish. Oh yeah you gotta Eat Wild Fish Xintai only wild fish good for you? Thank you very much. You don't know you get restaurants with the fish you gotta ask me. I always ask you so you won't eat fish. It's not wild at a restaurant now so rare that they have the wild fish. GotTa be season. You gotta ask every time because that's the only way they'll get the message so wait. What part of New York you grow up in a flashing Queens? Just like the nanny flushing Queens. Lived in the story acquaintance. Okay wow for she in Queens world's fair yes it where they've got the globe is the UNISPHERE. Yes the dead fairgrounds ghost fun. I got married. terrace on the park. Which is still there and My parents went to that. World's fair I it is well you will your kid though I was. I think like Maybe for five or six slides of the fair. I think there was home as my dad. Like taking home of as and I remember when we went into a General Motors Pavilion. And we all were on in like convertible. Gm Car and let me sit behind the wheel. Oh you remember that that he was on a track but it was so much fun. You remember that part I do. Where will you remember from Howard? Johnson's before force fries Ryan of Brunch. Yeah Jeff Ice Cream. Probably probably so. What was your whole family and flushing No I mean I had very cl- my dad's brother and his whole family. My first cousins they all lived in Howard Beach My grandmother lived in Regal Park where she come from While she was born here but her husband Papa Joe came from Poland. Sure how come came from Romania. Bubby ESTA BOOBY. Esta and My Dad's were both immigrants and I think Russia where I think they were wrong. Done a genetic thing. Russian German broke. I'm asking is a like ninety nine nine. Yeah I'll ju just comes back to you. I never get invited on those celebrity shows where they do though. I did one you. Should they in more interesting pass them may know? I'm an came of it. I was just all do but by but they resting. No no it. Was that one finding your roots. That one right right invited me to do that. I think mornings with you. You know because like ten. Turn off the channel. Who's actually three Jews on? Apsos Terry Gross Goldblum Jeffrey Jeff Goldblum and me and the tricky thing about Jews. The records especially in Russia. They don't go far that far back because a lot of them were destroyed but it was interesting. I of course I learned stuff. I didn't know but I'm sure that there's more into. Let's get the african-american related to Thomas. Jefferson Thomas Jefferson Leslie but washing Jews. Yes yes and now that song that's Garfunkel wrote in my little town. That was my little town but they writing about rushing. Yeah neighborhood adven- it's a sad song. Yeah but the dead and dying back in my little town and Jerry. Seinfeld's came from the next town. We both went to Queen's College. Did you know him? I did not so but in a ray. Romano is in my graduating class in high school. With pita or with your. Yeah Yeah I knew ray back when he was doing comedies. Brother's a cop. Well now we're the same age. We're the same age. We're in the same graduating class. We're in the same graduation book and I didn't even know this. He knew it and so when he came onto CBS to do everybody loves radio. And I was already doing it on the nanny on the same that word from the same high school graduating class. How could people not know you? I have to assume then you had the personality you have for like since you were five. Probably I now. I think he knew saying they know him. I didn't know him. He wasn't as popular right popular popular. But I like I always enjoyed. I have three sets of friends. The cool kids were by far. Were not the most interesting via the nerds right. Love my narrative. 'cause I'm an intellectual to and also the like the drama club kids so that the three circles yeah you could move freely throughout those. Yes I I was able to. Kinda must be a story where you you. You abandoned some nerd friends to hang out with the popular friends. Or maybe you know. I think that when I was in junior high or Ashley Call it Middle School Now There was a year that I was friends with two girls and then the following year..
"fran drescher" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
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"fran drescher" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"R. LD put this in your mind Fran Drescher singing to check your traffic and weather together on the H. Julian Rodgers R. at looking at a problem on six thirty five heading west this is an accident in garland right around garland Avenue most of the right side of the freeway is gonna be taken up with accident activity here that includes an overturned so the express and left lanes are what you want to get into if you are caught in some back up there probably one hop off even before you get up to Centerville Ferguson take another way but that's about where your backup starts and you've got the spell on onlookers all the way back beyond Skillman seventy five is still in pretty rough shape you've got a wreck past war you'll going south on that's going to take away two left lanes and cause a big back up beyond six thirty five now if you typically take Greenville Avenue I just keep in mind there is an accident on Greenville that's that's your only get alternate through there so all not not your only one but one of them between walnut hill park on the southbound side of green eleven Avenue only the left lane gets by due to another accident so that'll back you up almost from walnut hill I think you look for chiming in on the traffic tip line at six thirty five we've got another problem to the southeast regularly yes indeed at the self outside of the one seventy twenty merge an access to block in the left lane in a backup is now almost two ELM road now have some good news the north bound sixty seven ramp to eastbound twenty re opening it had an overturned truck there earlier that took him quite awhile to get up righted and out of the way but no trouble getting through there now those are coming down four oh eight south bound wonder why traffic's slow from about Keast we'll you earlier on the spot twenty was an accident around cedar ridge that cleared and you're still still recovering from that accident on the Sam Rayburn in the well that's a Plano city limits that'll be north bound around Hillcrest Ohio and that's enough to cause a back up from about Preston I'm Julie Rogers next reported three forty eight and breaking traffic alerts when they happen from the weather center we're talking about a cloudy evening a few showers low of sixty two.
"fran drescher" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Which some in Congress say was unjustified to house speaker Nancy Pelosi says she will still not send the articles of impeachment to the Senate because you want to know the terms of a trial before hand Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says there will be no haggling and three an argument between two men led to a shooting this morning in the East Village police shot one of those two men fatally so remember the TV show the nanny starring Fran Drescher well the nanny is now coming to Broadway dresser who helped create the popular TV series will also write the book for the stage version of the nanny along with her ex husband Peter Marc Jacobson were also helped create the original show Rachel bloom best known for creating and starring in a musical series crazy ex girlfriend will provide music and lyrics and Adam Slesinger will serve as the executive music producer any clothing with offensive or racist messaging we ban on all carnival cruises from now on an online poll shows that ninety seven percent of people support the new dress code carnival says any clothing considered offensive or containing nudity profanity or sexual innuendoes will not be allowed a spokesperson says the policy is designed to create a welcoming environment for passengers if clothing is found to have violated the rule the person will be asked to change he says it's rations will be evaluated on a case by case basis the justice department says it is too late to revive the equal rights amendment just as Virginia's had become the pivotal thirty state to approve it let's get the story from CBS news correspondent housing keys it takes thirty eight states plus approval by Congress to approve a constitutional amendment the E. R. A. was backed by thirty five states in the nineteen seventies and lawmakers supported it at the time but said a seven year deadline which was then extended to nineteen eighty two now DOJ says Congress could not revive the proposed amendment because the deadline has expired but Virginia is poised to ratify the E. R. A. and the state Attorney General says he'll make sure it is added to the constitution Allison Keyes CBS news the rain core justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says she is happily cancer free and ready to continue.
Fran Drescher’s ‘The Nanny’ Stage Musical in the Works With Rachel Bloom Score
"So remember the TV show the nanny starring Fran Drescher well the nanny is now coming to Broadway dresser who helped create the popular TV series will also write the book for the stage version of the nanny along with her ex husband Peter Marc Jacobson were also helped create the original show Rachel bloom best known for creating and starring in a musical series crazy ex girlfriend will provide music and lyrics and Adam Slesinger will serve as the executive music
Fran Drescher’s ‘The Nanny’ Stage Musical in the Works With Rachel Bloom Score
"So remember the TV show the nanny starring Fran Drescher well the nanny is now coming to Broadway Dresher who helped create the popular TV series will also write the book for the stage version along with her ex husband Peter Marc Jacobson who also helped create the original many shall Rachel bloom best known for creating and starring the musical theories crazy ex girlfriend will provide music and lyrics for the production and Adam Slesinger will serve as the executive music
Fran Drescher Developing ‘The Nanny’ Musical for Broadway
"You might call another unlikely stage adaptation the bridal shop in flushing queens nanny the musical based on the popular sitcom starring Fran Drescher he's headed to Broadway Drescher will right but she will not reprise her
"fran drescher" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Able to give people at one point you do a John for a quick John Travolta impression and I well it just wasn't good. It wasn't going to Fonzie or something yeah. You know what it is. It's it's a rip off of Dana Carvey during you call us to do a try. I bet you we do a better one. It's like Oh my God is like likes isn't doesn't even now. He's it's like he sounds much different now. It's the same we Christopher. Walken sounds different now walk if you go back and watch like deer hunter yeah barrels all over the place is that's weird but yeah the Travolta wasn't going also <hes> <hes>. I'm sure you picked a business. I made a comment about Travolta flirting with her on on the movie and right away a she went into like no not only not flirt with me but he was like his girlfriend times on the steps in it. You know Kinda Gossipy Dushi questions. I love that she wanted the croutons business that she says so so casualties the crew visits croutons business makes sense there is but I would've assumed the businesses like connected with the bakery you know baking business. You know there's a separate business recruits recruits. I know it's like saying went into the sprinkles business. I should have been more prepared for that. I found it so funny when she said I like that. She's down to the muppets but she didn't pick her favorite I was I was really expecting miss. Piggy yeah me too. She seems like a she'd be big Miss Piggy Fan <hes> but anyway I could've talked to you know we actually spoke for a long time and there's a lot of it that got cut out so at the end of it she said because we've been talking for so long she said <hes> I was like Oh my God is GonNa be such a challenge to <hes> cut stuff out of this because it's also a good and she said without missing a beach he goes well. Why don't you just have to a two ponds? She's like do you ever do to par double episodes and then she immediately called herself out. She was like I love that. I'm like you know so arrogant to think that you would to then I and it was so refreshing and she like <hes> she recognized that <hes> Yeah Really Fun <hes> help you guys enjoyed it. Thank you for listening and we'RE GONNA post about it on instagram. We're going to post about France Charity Cancer Schmeltzer but we do hope you <hes> check check out as well check out the voice memo at the end of this episode. If if you want Oh and we'd love to continue to hear from you you can actually emails now at life's short at wondering Dot Com and we would love to hear your thoughts and we would also love to hear how you who make the most out of life we wanna hear from everybody and figure out this whole life thing. If you want any advice from to middle aged since white men who have no degrees in <hes> psychology or no business giving advice anyone please ask away or if you have any stories that you wanNA share anything anything you want to share <hes> we would love to hear from you again. It's life is short at wondering dot Com could be a dream life good being it takes for listening to life short. If you.
"fran drescher" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Again again. You know I'm not about 'cause you. Don't WanNa put stress on them. That's affecting them because you said your mother's also very high strung shit like your sister nerve nervous so Schuss Jaycees a frightened person but cut much to my pick up the phone. She said okay well. Let's not panic what the doctors say you know again. I wasn't like into having them sacrifice the vacation they were supposed to go on with my sister and and <hes> wasn't ready to make about me. I had a still learn at this point do star. You do feel like you're doomed are you are you hosanna. Remember going into my Bantam. In Ages bought a Mascaro was selling the box and I thought that thing's going to be here and I won't I think that sometimes about objects because I'm a bit of a hoarder and I think this stupid thing that I've chosen to hold on me. Are you afraid of them very much yeah yeah. I'm afraid of nod existing. We're talking about this last night. I said something like stone. Existence is so great fear of being alone. I'm able to be alone and happy alone but I only for periods brief periods briefly couple days. I can do a couple of days as then I start climbing the malls and I need being alone in that sense in <hes> being completely disconnected from anybody else yeah yeah how privilege religious faced it. You get enough time to really formulate what you thought was going to happen. What you feared what's going to happen? What did that look like when you don't have the distractions of the day at night is when your imagination starts to wander and and get the show and I always sell people you know if you don't have a pet get one? I mean if you don't have a warm body in that bed with you to grab onto bring you back into reality to still talk to the guy who helped you through. Oh yes US yeah yes. He recently got married. Yeah we stay together for about two years after that and then broke up when I was vulnerable and fragile everything was working as well <music> once I started to get better than my power began to <hes> reemerge and you know I wrote the started writing the buzz that when you got into Buddhism to that the Buddhism came you know several years later. What is your most commonly used Emoji do use emojis when you're texting yes? What's your Go-to well? I definitely always have of and okay yes thumbs up I <hes> praying hands okay clamping hands and I they the face that Eh a wink and a kiss. Oh you laps March. An airplane says to see if I can write in hieroglyphics so I I'M GONNA put brought in like I'm I put the praying hands the plane and then a thumbs up. You're going to be safe travels that you're going to save travels. It's going to be okay. That's good so I try era. Also you use your hands a lot and I swear to you. We're GONNA end up going back to that it. Is I know yeah. They're all you know. We're very slowly being manipulated. People are necessarily universal language. Yeah say Yeah L._l.. Nine yeah winking at that those are my favorite but then I do some food things sometimes it's specific food things. If you could be a professional athlete what sport what would you play and why I think that <hes> it would be a tennis. I like tennis because you're really in competition with yourself. You play tennis. It's just so how much better you're going to keep trying to be. You said something interesting the other day that we were talking about sports and you said I don't follow sports unless I'm dating somebody who is this part and then become obsessed passport isn't that I'm a very girlfriend yeah. You know the guy got me through. The cancer was from Massachusetts so he got hooked on the Patriots sure in the year that was nine eleven and the nation needed the Patriots wasn't win. They did indeed and it was also very compelling story. 'cause Tom Brady was the rookie that had a step in its right. Les Rally Rally in Dollar Man..
"fran drescher" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"And now you're on the nanny which you're in everyone's home and this is around the time when there were just a few network just a few channels and I'm curious how that changed life for you. It was a one naty really because now I because first of all this show is wildly successful all over the world and continues to be watched to this day. I've never been off the air for twenty five years ears anywhere in the world the Bushman in South Africa in Botswana new homeless people no I am your that nanny oh my gosh so and and then I go to countries like you know France and hang out in Paris and other people have their thoughts on what Americans are treated like don't fare oh my gosh the name of the show there and it was a huge and it's still on and God forbid you laugh at something. That's is Peter would say to me you know or late per plane. He'd say you know just don't speak going up an escalator and all I said was and I think you have a lovely voice and people when they imitate myself included d like sewing grading thing and it's not it's funny is saying that because one time the Kinda hit me really have a funny voice and then it was like freak down in wondering why I ever get dudes but I do and people come up to me all the time and say you know so good to hear your voice and I think well thank God. This spell is broken. When did it occur to you? What do you mean there was a moment occurred to you I was there was a time many years ago? where I went into the the CROUTONS business I was I most baking them and selling them at supermarkets and I sold a supermarket and when I went back the manager said Oh I I know you you're the lady who's those Croutons with the funny voice the actress comedian but when he said I was like the lady that sold Croutons with the funny thing Oh my God? I really have a funny because I'm an actress. I know this about the croutons because the other day some we got that asked that by journalists well. How do you take it in the movie that France did that? You can see all over the country and I'm there's there's as a scene where we're my characters are constantly buying bagels and eating bagels and she asked us what are Bagel order was what our favorite big yours was asked.
"fran drescher" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Some blue eyed blonds when and my son Yeah exactly I'm now even like then. That is the ideal for beauty. Is that something that I mean you must have ah fought against our Aurora thought that battle throughout your career was that ever always Meg Ryan was I very quickly found my knee. Yes yeah I'm a comedian India with a funny voice. Yeah who's good at a physical comedy so it really helps right to know that your socks yeah yeah. Yeah I mean it just happened that way and that's you know circling back to all those things that were out there and Travolta and all those people and I just fit right into that so I was put into that box which is fine because I started working a lot and you were very outgoing and did Travolta. Was He flirted with you was he. He was with that older woman who who was on. I think eight is enough. It was call to some Oh yeah and she was very ill when he was doing that. Movie also got cancer very young. They Anna replace are on that show my God that right Oh man and wally shooting that movie he was very distracted actually <hes> bad for him <hes> you know because when he wasn't working he would clearly be very distracted didn't seem very tired and sad and and depressed well. Sorry I brought it up. Listen these a little behind the scene. You don't know about Wendy one time. I was on in a red carpet. <hes> I guess it was the golden gloves because there were movie stars and T._V.. Stars there and he was kind of right next to me on the red carpet so I decided to walk into his interview and say a US getting better as you are on the dance. That was your line and his wife draw draw. She thought breaking coming onto well she had she not. Ah So. I'm just so proud of while your success still in when we talk about sending ninety or you know I had a small part because I became so famous subsequent so that I'm always kind of included in the Saturday night fever whatever he may not have even remembered you you know because not become famous yeah yeah make enough but also they always show his. His Solo dance and I'm standing he spins me off. This is the colorful floor when he's not the white suit now he's wearing a grey blue shirt okay and he spins me on onto dancefloor and I'm not supposed to be such a great Dan so was that are you a great answer pretty good dancer but you have two and a half to know how to dance dance where Travolta is the best freaking leader. You're on the dance floor. I have ever experienced. He is one hell of a dance. He is as the him so am I are you are you is going to bed as you are on the dancefloor and he says well your is going to bed that is you're on the dental. You must be one lousy. That's the line and I always send me flowers and next thing zonal. Maybe the DOT EU was dead. Ah Spins Undone with this where it was that in the script that was in the script but I guess yeah and he he's bins.
"fran drescher" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"I did not notice we serve. I didn't know you created the nanny. I started right here. Yeah Call Peter I said of the idea is your husband. Yeah now my gay excess yes he was at the time you're straight turn husband and this is in high school right. We're fifteen fifteen. We remember the exact moment that we saw each other. He was the D._N._S. for the drama club. Okay and I was in the play but that wasn't even the first time we saw each other. It was <hes> in the hall in the Stairwell and he was coming down the steps and I was going up and we laid eyes on each other and he's you know I mean. He didn't want the divorce really he did not want it. He didn't WANNA break up H- our marriage and so the minute in no he was free to explore his two orientation he ultimately became. I think <hes> happier person I'm sure do you ever look back at that and replace play certain moments and think Oh god I shouldn't known then I mean like saying I did you not know let me just put it in the context that men were starting to take care of themselves differently. Yes all stuff emerged from ninety metro-sexuals Genre and when we were coming up tonight that was my job and in that movie John Travolta's blow drying tax write pants were very very tough so guys were starting to take care of their cloth. Their hair is a teenager when I got that part but that was the beginning of that whole period well. What was it like were meeting Travolta is he was he was a sweat hug at the time is and welcome back on your sweetheart yeah store? You know he's each T._v.. Star Yeah this is first movie and I love Them from the T._v.. So funny on that show and a great time funny and cute and their whole I mean it goes to show you what timing is because that whole kind of New York thing was very popular so I was right at the right place at the right time because I was never nervous when I take needing so I would be very chatty very confident very comfortable in my own skin pretty yeah very very young and so I started the book yeah and I wonder why you were never where you did you perform in high school. How did that perform in high school but the dressers are very outgoing okay? I say I love this story. You got your lap from your mom and you tell the story Dow voice you know my parents are like satellite celebrity yeah and even Rosie Odonnell had them on as early bird restaurants. I reviewed restaurants in Florida Florida quite a lot too so and their names are perfect Morton civil authority and Selvi so they they were asked wants to do realize that Fran Dan had a funny voice when she was growing up and my mom and the same voice said we never knew she had a fun when you really there a couple all different versions of it is when you ramp up into it's like it's like a like an athlete a long jumper running up to to his mark people say to me. Why do you want on your Tim Stone and I say her laugh made us laugh that would be called at is true and what what a gift before signing at fever you were was that miss teen? You're missing New Yorker miss a teenager but I got an agent telling everybody I was missing your teenager. Oh yes now who beat you owe.
"fran drescher" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Don't be yourself up because I pulled a knife out of the nine frag before they came to me and then I thought no I shouldn't put it back and I did and so I think I was beating myself up about that I shouldn't have I should've just done it but I got scared. Of course I think about I shouldn't but I think about what if something like that happened to me. I think oh I would like to think that I would do that grabbing right but then the reality of actually doing plunging a knife and they had guns and at the time especially I was completely unconscious to this but I add a superwoman. You know like issue I mean I I was everybody superwoman and everybody's caregiver. You're so you know I I felt like I had failed was this. Can you track why that was. I mean it was it. The way you grew up in. My homes is in Queens my how home in me and my sister like year apart and Shay was I think the high strung one in the family took up a lot of room. Yeah my mom was the nervous one and my dad was the STOIC one and I I was the youngest where I got my positive reinforcement was to be the needless one and the the caregiver yeah not have not of needs of my own but they give everyone else's news very similar familial dynamic. I think that's yeah he yes so many reasons why we get juice still have that dynamic is your parents are still alive and and as is your sister's derived right as no not as much because I'm myself have changed yeah yeah yeah. I've done a lot of work on myself and I think actually that was a silver lining of getting cancer. I think the cancer was part and parcel of not really dealing with the rape and poetically ended up a gynecologic logic cancer. Oh you think which is manifested itself because of what how that I did the movie and I just kinda brushed it on the carpet and now you have cancer so it has got to be about you so now it's my license to make it about as pathetic as towns. I had to get cancer to say you know I need help. I can't do this alone. He know the Yuna burs offers keeps.
"fran drescher" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Knew her only as pretty much as the nanny <hes> and I knew her to have such an indelible voice and and laugh but one that was so specifically New York specifically Queens New York Work Laura your impressions of her before doing the movie aside from her voice. Had you ever seen the nanny I had never seen. I don't think I've ever seen the nanny seen like scenes from it but I never sat down and watch start to finish an episode. I'd never sign even but I I knew ooh that voice and that laugh so well I I can say this now because I've met since Matt her and really like her well. What did you think of the voice before I thought it was so fucking annoying which is why probably why I never saw the show? Yeah I would want to watch thirty minutes of that. That's interesting you you found her voice grading before and now you find it endearing well. You'll have to wait for the interview. Find out what I found but a tease spoiler alert I know I thought so we went. We record this interview in her apartment. which which is the first time we did this your first time meeting the first time meeting but also the first time we've done one of these shows in someone's home that's true you so it was a very unusual experience especially because she lives in one of obviously an amazing apartment in New York City but one of those apartments that overlooked central park and you know I've always walked by that those buildings and and and wondered who must live there yet? I've never been inside one of those apartments one of those insanely <hes> fancy apartments and the funny thing about friends apartment is that it had also the previous residents it had all been themselves famous Jewish women like iconic iconic Jewish Madeline Kahn rattling or it was a karaoke cain. Maybe Killen K. maybe both a great apartment and she and her her friends with air do very inviting and warm. It felt very homey. I'll tell you what wasn't warm and inviting and enjoyable her dog. She has a little Pomeranian Samson Samson that you will hear and this interview because because you're also lucky you're going to get it was such a patch. He's a panter and sure enough. She couldn't explain why you'll hear him panting. Yeah it's really funny any any she's like just don't let them near Exe- bites like Oh my God. Let's redeeming about this dog but Fran is as you'll hear one of the warmest people one of the nicest. I'm so grateful that she sat down because I want other people to know her and hopefully you'll into now are a little better after hearing this coming up right after this my sweet friend freshman dream sweetheart you you feel my face really quick. No thanks okay if he had felt it. He would have felt that maybe the smoothest version of me you've ever felt. I just use it this morning. Dollar Shave Club. They send you different. Razors different jails does shaving creams and it is such a smooth shave that doesn't start growing back in for a couple of days so you'll stay smooth for like days since I started growing facial hair which was embarrassingly not that long ago you weeks ago. I've only used cheap disposable all razors so this is the first time I've ever used rose really good razor and it was completely different experience my faces so smooth it felt and looked like I was incapable of growing any face PRI PRI peace eleven again or in my case nineteen thirty four again and it's not just razors they have like you said Larry Lotions and things decided your hair and brush your teeth and you know even white beer but I'm intrigued my but holes intrigued. Here's the great eight thing dollarshaveclub keeps you automatically stocked up on the products us so you get whatever you want whenever you need it and as Dollar Shave Club member..
"fran drescher" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"And with me as always is Christian Hi Justin High Christian and that continues to be weird we normally don't call each other by our first name but you are named Christian so speaking of the preseason they were kind of the idealized version of our family in that we we were three brothers. They were three brothers. They're older than us but they were not that you're not to put us down too much but they were very handsome and friendly and and athletic. They played sports so they were kind of. I always saw them as people that we aspire to be kid yeah that's true. They were definitely are physical superiors well. We were also little boys. They were they so you know they had but even once we became teenagers they looking back. I think they were physically they were but you don't know that because you're like they were your vision of our city football players not oh varsity football players are really good-looking no not necessarily good looking but more physically impressive than we are. I mean just their faces up on their faces they did two of them are twins. Remember there was an oldest Chris and occasionally we would get Chris and that was like he was like Tom. Brady uh-huh. I feel like we talk about science. Tom Brady mob cast a lot. It's way too much. Do Gay men like Tom. Brady and fetish is his looks as much as straight man and I would say probably not not that'd be my guess worse early qualified dance to that but I don't think we can. I don't think it's possible answer that besides the PREC brothers my favorite babysitter was named Shelley I think and she was <hes> I remember her being really pretty. I think that she had like kind of a valid. It was the first valley girl accent that I was ever exposed to and now of course that's very common thing you see that on a lot of reality shows that like a lot of talk like that you know that slack a very. That's what she talked she did she. It's sort of like whatever yeah we had never heard that before because we we grew up on the east coast. We grew up in Connecticut so it wasn't a very very like Orange County L._A.. Area accent which has now become so popularized that I think a lot of with girls talk like that guys talk like that too. We'll speaking of Nannies and babysitters. We have on the show today arguably the most famous nanny in the world I think or one of them <hes> Fran Drescher who starred as as the nanny on the C._B._S. showed the nanny that's true it's the first time that occurred to me that she is probably the most famous nanny who else what other I mean when we were kids Mr Poppins. Oh yeah of course of impact our Mary. poppins is a original characters as you guys are about out. Fran Drescher is in fact real. That's right that's true Mr Belvedere and actually in the eighties Charles in charge who's the boss Tony Danza Tau in fact Charleston Charge Scott A._O.. And Tony Danza really reminded me of the prissy boys I think just because of the context and also they were of Italian American descent and they had that kind of like swore the vice did a at least you. That's so your taste. That's my days in boys in boy babysitters. Why never met Fran before Justin had hit? He did a movie with her. We did movie called safe-space. She played your mom which I thought it was sort of insulting to her casting wise that she thinks well only because she's so young looking yeah that I didn't I it's hard to believe that she would be your mother. I was a little nervous about her casting only because I I.
"fran drescher" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"You know, we talked earlier in the show about how Disney likes to remake. Oliver animated features in the live action features. We've had a Murphy Brown reboot. We've had what other we've had will. And grace reboots we've had boy meets world reboots and the list goes on and the reboots are getting rebooted. And so when we read a reboot we have to do a little reboot or get the boot. Reboot. Get the boot because we got more reboots. Boot hill. Colleen, what is trying to get the reboot treatment this time. Well, I know that there's been a lot of talk about a nanny reboot. Starring Fran drescher Sheffield. That's okay. You can practice and come back. So apparently, Fran drescher is talking about that the rumor that reboot and wanting to do such a thing. And apparently people have been asking her about her fascination with Cardi B. I think that part of it is they have a very unique style of talking very New York City. Exactly. And maybe she relates to her on that level. She has liked to celebrate the the fashion they've celebrated each other's fashion in the past Cardi B has paid and paid homage to Fran drescher with an Instagram post about her dress. And now people are wondering if France would consider casting Cardi B in Anani reboot. What say you? I say Colleen that I would like Cardi B to play the character of the nanny. Want this to be a complete reimagining of the show? I'm sorry. Fran drescher. I know you made it I- conic. I totally understand. I totally get it. And you want this project to happen because you're talking about it. And by putting it out there in the press, you wanna manifested into existence, but I want Cardi B to star in this show because Fran drescher put out the idea that she wants Cardi B to play your daughter, but I want Cardi B to B the nam now. Fran drescher you can play a role in the show. I don't know how book. Here's the thing is like in theory. Fran drescher could play the role of the mother right because true the nannies. Mom was a character on the show. Yes. And Cardi B could play her daughter, and they can just find themselves haphazardly in the situation. But I want the mom to be fresher in the supporting role in the way that her mother. Yes, who was delightful in the show. So you want the focus to be on. As he the nanny. Yes. I have to tell you Holly. I could not disagree with you Hamar. I disagree. I would say give get the boot to this. In fact, actually, I don't even feel like we need a reboot of the nanny at all. Oh, I don't think we need it at all. But that being one you would want Cardi B to star in. Yeah. This is thoroughly should stay in the nineties in the nineties time capsule along I see. Yeah. Yes. By by future generations enjoy what we did in the nineties. We need never do it. Again. That's how you feel about it. But that's how I feel about it in general. And and frankly, the notion of casting Cardi B an a TV series. I'm not down with that. For the same reason that I'm struggling with my lady Gaga experiences right now. I just want her to be over exposed. And she's in danger. Of course, she's seriously injured, and she's had a great year. And I think she's adorable, and I want to just sort of like I want to savor Cardi B. I feel like it Cardi B's career. They understand that. It's of white hot flaming success and Sligo she's on fire. And I think they're worried that maybe perhaps they need to, cultivate, the longevity of her career. I may not have figured out how to do that yet. I can imagine. Hey, we've got another one. We've got another rebe. This one is actually in the works. This is a real reebus. This is happening. Whether you like it or not whether you like it or not, so we're going to still judge it, but it's going to happen. So we talked the other day about the new AT and T partnership with MGM, right? No. They partnered with okay. No. This is a whole different one new fronts. West has partnered with MGM. I don't even know what that is. I'm not really sure what new friends west is. But just know that it's happening is the thing and new fronts west I feel like is a like a conference. Okay. Well, they are they okay MGM has a partnership with Votto, which is another streaming service, and they have decided to roll out a new series based on one of my favorite eighties movies. Mr mom. Mr. mom if you don't remember stars Michael Keaton. Yes. As a dad whose wife played by Teri Garr goes back to work. He gets laid off from his job. And he has to be a stay at home, dad. That's why they call him miss, and there's all kinds of antics ensue Larry hilarity whatnot. What have you? So now, there's a reboot in the works. This one will be a TV series of streaming series. It will be a continuation of the story based on the baby of the family Maguy or Meghan, Meghan. So the the youngest child in the movie is now grown up. She wants to go back into the workforce. And now her husband must become Mr. mom and hilarity ensues. Now I wanted. To take to task a little bit the person who's talking about this project at this conference. They're trying to sell this idea. The reboot of Mr. mom, we thought it would be a good first step for us. We're going to reboot it. It's an American classic. Okay. Yeah. Maybe not so much not an American classic. However, I think that this idea can resonate in two thousand eighteen doesn't need to be connected to the first movie, probably not. But I like the idea that they're giving it that, you know, little traction, Colleen, you may be seething, at my opinion that it is not an American classic. I'm not even really seething at that as much as I am, not even seething. I could not disagree with you more because I don't I honestly don't think that this. I don't think this will play well in two thousand eighteen they have to do it right now. They really have to do it. Right inasmuch as they need to take it out of the eighties because time has moved on timing. Seriously, seriously, moved on Mr. mom. This is what I'm angry. Mr. first of all don't call it, Mr. mom second of all. And even more importantly there was at one point. I think it was a Huggies commercial that was all based on a dad just being all thumbs about changing a diaper. That's what Mr. mom is all about. It starts out that way this like incompetent dad who can't figure out. How to diaper the child doesn't know how to vacuum. And then he figures it out, and then he's like in with the crowd. And then like he and the moms are like doing the coffee thing and doing the play day thing, and it's two thousand eighteen dads. Don't babysit dads are dads. Here's what I need. I I really had to let that out. I thank you. Because I agree with you first confession. I've never saw Mr. mom all the way. Okay. Okay. Now point to if this show is an indictment on the system in which we work that doesn't allow for equal parenting to happen. Then I'm all for it. If we're gonna be talking about, you know, maternity leave paternity leave like all these kinds of things if they can weave the actual social actually impact parents and the way that they parent let's talk about the state of child care in this country. Then maybe we can have this reboot. If we address those thing if Mr. mom is not all I'm just yeah. I'm the goofy dad doesn't know what to do with the baby. Oh, look at pooped. I'm gonna run into Brown and hold off yard. I highly recommend you watch the movie it was gonna make me uncomfortable. I think it will. I think it will. I think what it will do is. It will show you how completely irrelevant it is in today's world. Because when I think I haven't watched it in many many years when I think about it when I think about vignettes Cincinnati goes from it. I get physically angry. Not okay. So that's good. Now, the only way so then ultimately the only way we're here for it. If it really takes an honest, look at what parenting is like in. Then maybe we just call it. I don't know not Mr. mom how about just like dad. We're going to call it that. Yes. Hollywood USA. Thank you. I, hey, but we need to send a really quick idea to you and send some love to our friends in Florida and the way we're doing that is by raising money for the.
"fran drescher" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Like were they frustrated artists where they satisfied with their just as a kid? What do you member about their? What were they saying about their job? And I mean, I remember only the good stuff and looking back, I'm like, oh God. That was probably frustrating to that. You know, now living my own frustrations, I sort of have perspective on, there's maybe, but I only remember like, you know, being. It just was like this sort of magic underbelly to the whole world like, oh, there are circus people. There are cubicle people and then there are circus people. And I want to be one of the circus people so bad. I didn't know that the circus people were getting paid three hundred fifty dollars a week to do hay fever. Probably less. That was that was quite. That was the big talker. Wasn't a sex talk? It was the big talk was. So here's what you need to know. Betty. Yeah. There's no health insurance. Yeah. But guess for the first couple of years out of school, I, I did theater in law and order noticed you were, I think you've been in four different ones for different roles yet what I loved it, they got opportunities, right? But there are a lot of actors out there. Do they really be like go back to the well. Implied New York actors for so long. You know, I'm bias. I love New York actors. I think actors are too, but I think part of the reason that law and order was so great. Was that even the guy. Lines had done like Cyrano in Martha's Vineyard that some like everyone is insanely layered and amazing is like Bodega worker number three, a work on it for two months leading up to the. Yep. What was your favorite of your own order roles? Oh, man. Oh boy. Well, when I was Fran drescher 's daughter, that was certainly an honor me with the person with the map of Ireland on my face. Being like mar, allow like just not acceptable casting. I liked playing a crack addict or shirt. It's my natural hair color is Brown. And when I had Brown hair, they let me play crack addicts and lesbians women with heart lives. And the second I dyed my hair blonde. There were like, you're very dumb. So, yeah, I reminisce to the crack addict days was the were these like slow revelations and terms of eluding to like the realization that like, oh, if I'm blonde and I look a certain way, I'm going to get a certain kind of apart, like, where did you go in a little naive once you kind of got out of school by the by then did you so naive? Because also I went to the theater school that I went to Fordham at Lincoln center was very, it was mostly theater of the absurd. Where like if you were on stage yet had a Hunchback or one, I or a crazy voice like or a limp like you were never just a person folding shirts at the gap, which you realize like, oh, when I addition, they want me to just be a normal person asking for a salt shaker and not like. It's Kelsey, so catchy. Exactly. Yes. He's just a normal GRA known to cross your eyes and pass out. So, yeah, certainly came as a shock, but I also, you know, my mom is a full-on character actress, like tiny little lady with talk about the map of Ireland on her face. She's got like orange red hair and always played like the crazy made and always had like people rolling in the aisles, laughing, some crazy choice. She was making big brave, risky choices, and that is the kind of girl I was raised to be, and I'm so happy I was..
"fran drescher" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Of you nanny fans member fran drescher and that television sitcom which not only ran for years but is coming back well rene tayla played france mother on that show for years sylvia fine a food obsessed mother and rene is about to open off broadway talking about her life on a diet and it's true she spent her whole cronin up life losing weight gaining weight obsessing about way she's really funny and she's bringing was a hat she's bringing it to off broadway saint clements theater very soon so you want to do that and the city is just a perfect place during these months because the more people who get outta town the better it is for you to get theater tickets for your favorite place to go to almost any restaurant you know a my son was in the city he had some meetings and he flew in from l a and we went to the whitney and i said to him listen even though we're members there's always a big line it's always you know forget it guys it was a easy no one was on that line it was perfect we hooked up with one of the free tours they have it was great and then on the way out we stopped we made a reservation just for fun as we walked in the museum at danny meyer's restaurant untitled now usually forget it you know not now during the summer we had a really yummy meal at that restaurant and fun and then we walked over to the chelsea market again because i can't go there without bringing home lobster rolls and all kinds of goodies i love that marketable i'm a foodie and it's fun just to wander through so there's a lot going on at the city there's a wonderful show at the guggenheim in bryant park they started their movie nights and always fun to do you can find out what's playing usually they open up at five o'clock and the movie start at sunset and they are free and there through august twentieth so you can just bryant park movie nights they have movies like thelma and louise a league of their own the terminator lots of things and they have food opportunities to see you can either bring a picnic while people selling stuff all over the place so i know that something you wanna do go to bryant park dot org and also tomorrow it's sort of the combination of gay pride month and there is a parade for those of you who are interested and the march goes through midtown manhattan and you will absolutely enjoy it it starts in chelsea and then you'll find the root there'll be a lot of people there but it's fun to say and a lot of interesting things happening in that march and those of you heading out to the hamptons.
Man awarded $18.4 million in lawsuit over canceled HIV test
"News time nine eighteen sun and clouds in boston right now seventy four degrees good morning i'm deb lawler top stories now the government plans to open a fourth shelter to house hundreds of young migrant children in south texas the children are sent there after being forcibly separated from their parents at the mexican border as part of the trump administration zero tolerance policy on beacon hill state lawmakers debate a bill tomorrow allowing massachusetts residents to designate their gender as acts instead of male or female on driver's licenses and charlton's board of selectmen approves a proposal to turn an orchard into a largescale cannabis farm in other news now in east boston woman is still traumatized after a man kicked her poppy while she was walking it yesterday wbz tv's mike lacrosse spoke with the pet's owner danika sherline had happened on johnson street next to route one eight in east boston sherline spent her day an event clinic in woburn where the puppy went through several tests the vet told her the dog suffered blunt force trauma to the jaw close ovation make sure that she can opener john eat sherline said the assailant turned and smirked at her after kicking the dog she plans to file a police report a jury awards eighteen million dollars in damages to a man who says dr failed to test them for hiv which allowed the virus to progress to aids sean stent afford consented to an hiv test in two thousand seven because he was experiencing facial paralysis but his medical malpractice lawsuit claims one of the doctors cancelled the test because he felt there was no risk for hiv center for dhs lawyer says his client should have been tested because he is gay and was exposed to bodily fluids while working as a paramedic another flare up in the tense border battle between israel and the hamas ruled gaza strip cbs's robert berger reports from jerusalem palestinian militants fired forty five rockets and mortars at southern israel prompting israeli air strikes on twenty five hamas targets in gaza violence has flared on the gaza border for nearly three months and it could escalate further palestinians have been flying burning kites across the border causing massive damage to his rayleigh crops and forests and israel is bowing to retaliate liait robert berger cbs news jerusalem giant operation against illegal wildlife trade results millions of dollars worth of seizures and the identification of over fourteen hundred suspects around the world the seizures included forty tons of wild meat and over a ton of elephant ivory the month long operation involved ninety three countries wbz news time nine twenty one and with today's entertainment report here's kiss one awaits billy kosta a michael jackson musical is headed to broadway the musical inspired by michael's life expected to debut they say in twenty twenty paul mccartney releasing solo music for the first time in four years two new songs dropping today in fact the funeral for kate spade is scheduled for tomorrow in her hometown of kansas city and the actress fran drescher says a reboot of her sitcom the nanny is now in the works with the detainment report i'm billy cost to the mattie show on.
"fran drescher" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
"Now i don't i wouldn't wanna tempt her and some terrible news fran drescher is telling people that they're going to have a reboot of the nanny do we really need to go back to the nanny thank you god good lord out desperate are they well really well yeah show did great i heard they're casting roseanne as her sister it's eight thirteen here at cbs fm swaying over batty and see what she's got what do you think about this michael jackson the musical looks like it's happening his estate has signed off on plans for a stage musical inspired by his life with plans to have it hit broadway by twenty twenty it will be a very nice version because the families proving all of it no word on a title and about the important casting of the lead and other people in it the show book will be written by two time pulitzer prize winner lynn nottage and will feature a ton of michael's hits tony award winner christopher wielding will direct and choreograph you've got a book ben in there it's it's the latest stage project to feature stars in their music a list that includes donna summer carole king gloria estefan gogoes jimmy buffett he lewis in the news and also we're awaiting the arrival of the share show and another one featuring tina turner of course it all started with the story of the four seasons in the jersey boys live friend the rat did you see the movie ben oh here it is tears beautiful intro no art evil that's back when he had his original knows right and this little boy voice yeah anyway what else the carousel of hope has been a huge benefit in hollywood for all the big shots for decades back in the day at attracted folks like frank sinatra cary grant liz taylor sean connery tons more this october is the fortieth anniversary of the gala just one problem this year they're honoring robert deniro and apparently his f trump rant at the tony awards put folks over the top they want no part of partying with him so they say a number of big celebs who aren't trump supporters but also aren't fans of his comments are simply sending in checks to support the charity but declining to be there in person and jimmy fallon was talking about a new push from governor cuomo's office official study from the new york governor's office just recommended that the state legalize weed all part of new york's plan to make tourists in times square walk even slower you the audience started clapping and and wait scott he was talking to whoopi goldberg and she made an announcement i know will delight you you know last year when you asked i said no no and my daughter called me and she said i really don't think it should be this year i think you need to give it another year because you know we just had this new election and who knows what's going to happen so i'd like you to stick around so when they asked me again i said well okay i'll do i will do one more on the view for one more year right news i know you love her great news back to been i'd rather listen to ben classic man she's out of my life here's a little song almost got me sued really why would you do.
"fran drescher" Discussed on Z100
"But there's also something else i found yesterday there is a a rumor that you know with all of these revivals these reboot tv show that the nanny fran drescher re tease the story that the nanny could be coming back to television the nineties revival of the nanny or should have been doing a lot of press so yeah so hint something is up i follow on twitter and they always give me some food news every now and then so i i gave a story to froggy yesterday a story to you i the story to a web girl kathleen did you see the the viral video of the crazy parents at the the under twelve girls softball game all dude you gotta show you this our during our commercial break i'm going to show you this video it's a viral video this morning these parents took it to an all new level an absolute brawl breaks out at a an under twelve age girls softball game out of control father's beating on each other kicking each other in the face moms jumping on people scraping and yelling and screaming the girl softball game had to be stopped girls are in tears yelling for their parents to stop and control themselves it's out of control so web girl kathleen she posted it at the elvis iran morning show facebook page you gotta see it complete out of control this is really what's wrong with kids sports and the way parents act at these games they take it to an all new level and this viral video it is really disgusting to see how they acted disgusting well to follow up with that you get back i'm gonna tell you how fights might break out at the world cup ooh so you trade me that story i'm going to trade you that story and we're going to get back in the five am pre morning show.
Peter Mark Jacobson, Fran Drescher and Six Seven Million Dollar discussed on Lori and Julia
"Trust go see it today well always follow the money trail because movie pass has a seven figure stake in the film and line is reporting movie pass accounted for forty percent of the one point six seven million dollar opening of that film which made headlines fords zero percent rotten tomatoes score from twenty three critics san fran drescher excuse me is working on a reboot over ninety sitcom the nanny drescher tells entertainment tonight that she's working on the project with her ex husband and co creator of the show peter mark jacobson saying we're working on a very big project it's going to be very exciting for fans but i'm not at liberty to announce it yet i loved i loved the nanny and i loved the movie she made give your best nanny laugh i can't so annoying but i still loved her.