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"george decay" Discussed on in.pencil podcast
"You find on those but these were there like flying cars and they're landing on airplanes and they're falling out airplanes and their lineal on the ground and taking off driving. I'm like okay come on. I'll watch a superhero movie. And captain america can punch alien and then not get his arm ripped off. Yeah that's fine. That's normal but i'm sorry. I'm gonna take i want to say you're trying to live in a realistic world in fast and furious and you're just like not superhero movies drastic part. They don't live in Realistic world. But i feel like the fast and furious has is supposed to be in a realistic world in. It's just not right down. I know i mean yeah. I do like the nah. I like the movies now. More so these days of the non. Cgi movies right. I don't understand the point best but anyway that was that was a lot as he three three segments. Pull that out Us talk about john mcafee for a moment. You know who. John mcafee is. I okay so back in the day like we all did. I had the mcafee anti of something software. Free spy anti-spy or spice off wherever the stuffy malware software. Whatever you had so we all had that. I think back in the day because that was what he did not realize mcafee was named after a person and then i realized he was little out of his mind and a lot of ways right. Yeah he and. I don't even know why he was in prison. I forgot texture vision That was it okay. Well that's better than some people. I guess while that was e. All details but what i do know john mcafee after. He sold off. His portion of the company became very heavily. Involved in the libertarian party. And that is him. 'cause party a marine article The proper context. We have the libertarian. Party cannot get someone famous. Who is not out of their mind can they. They can't joe fucking exotic and anyway they. They need a new marketing team. They need you know what the libertarian party. Needs need tom hanks. A they have What's his name. The guy from drastic park loss world Come on guy pratt. No no no no the lost world the guy who plays all the blaze. he's always incoming movies. What's his frigging name. God gift up one. Not jeff goldblum the loss or old cats. What is his name. What is his name. George decay. no. I'm just gonna fill in space year while i'm just going to say things i wanna name off a bunch of people. I'm rand no it's not. I ran back from the dead though. Not back to give more right more terrible books. Now.
"george decay" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule
"Me. What does that mean. Lastly i was blessed and i mean blessed to talked and leonard nimoy who talks about the meeting in the first star trek j.j abramson between his spock. And zachary quinto spock in that report for the for the fan boy and all of us. The scene between you and zachary was amazing. That's interesting seeing yet very interesting. Yeah yeah. I like zachary's work. I think it's a very good actor. Invading sellers an actor. I came off very well. Well one thing. Jj did very well in. This movie was casting. He did an excellent job. And you know. I mean the effects and all that that'll take care of itself but but if you don't have the i mean the shoes that they're filling for digital's it's just the talent that that is Somewhat unique there are a lot of directors can do the very big special effects movies and there's some directors who can do the personal character moments. But he can do both. And and that's that's not not typical. I think that that's really the measure of his talent that he can do very big picture but he can touch your in the middle of all that with with intimate moment to say that star trek influence. Me is an understatement. It seems of inclusion and infinite diversity resonated with me now even more than ever. I don't think i'd be doing this. Podcast for the last eleven years if not for the influence of star trek. It's something that has impacted my life in ways. I never thought having talked to some of these talented people has they made. History has been one of the pleasures of my life and that is time capsule episode to fifty three. I'm tony tomato. Thanks so much for listening. This is ethan phillips from star trek. Voyager hi this is john delancey dr flock on enterprise sleep faster. Time lavar burton. Hi george decay. And i listened to sifi talk..
Interview With William Hung, Former American Idol Contestant
"When we started this podcast in two thousand fifteen i compiled a list of what i call the white wales and these were guest that i hope to book someday. People like george decay and margaret show and sonar so forth. And we've actually had margaret and george decay on but one of the white. Whales did eluded me until this very moment is my guest. This episode william hung william. I want to welcome you to our show. Highly meet you oswal for some of our listeners. May have heard of some of these other people that i just mentioned. But maybe they're not familiar with you and and let me just briefly. Explain to the audience. Why you were on my must book on this back. When i wasn't even watching american idol. So this is i think. Season three of american idol. Early in two thousand four. You auditioned and i heard about the audition so not even watching the show. Your audition actually kind of went by role and it sets up the next seven years of your life and then even what you've kind of transition to so. Could you give our audience in idea about what led to the audition san francisco for american idol. And then what happened there. And then we'll talk about the next part sir. So i always enjoyed carry your in my life. I started singing karaoke. Gave the my parents. I was tenuous on the back in hong kong and then in college i studied at uc. Berkeley i studied zimmer engineering I wasn't doing at school. So i thought i needed to try something new then one day. I thought his poster for a school talent show. And i thought watching and studying the music videos from ricky martin's she bangs
"george decay" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Say used car you should've said. No computer I said it right. You're wrong tied as Lancy I am George Decay. In part because of the nature of genes vision, but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion. Star Trek discoveries new aliens are the LPN's as I examined Subaru who has unique movements and gestures that certainly making more. Alien Doug. Jones told me about creating that part of Subaru. Challenge. For me of your thirty, two years of playing aliens and monsters and fantasy creatures, how do you make us from different than the others? some of the things informed that. He's he's among the smartest characters I've ever played He also is was a prey species on his home planet. to He's kind of like posturing himself to fit in and to be the very best. He wants to represent his his his people well since he has the behavior of refined Butler like you know what I mean. So So with that came a posture and gesturing. Those very prim proper I believe and the the shoes boots, those groups that are painful but gorgeous to look at that create my hook feats. That informed my posture even more. So with the where where my hips replaced on my arms flow when I walk and and how I stand when I'm standing still thank heaven for Gershon Phillips Designing those boots because it's like that that was like that's not done before that started from the ground up. Star Trek discovery all seasons on CBS ALL ACCESS AKA, paramount plus. In part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision, but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion..
"george decay" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
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"george decay" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
"It's very every year the whole landscape is seems to be shifting so but we're very excited you know both ways but Amazon and Netflix seem to. Conduct business and actually work with filmmakers are really really exciting. It feels I mean kind of as I said earlier, it feels a little bit more like independent film. than it does feel like like working in the studio and actually this speaking of innovative, it's going to be shown on dust I believe I believe early. November. Is that correct? So actually it's it's getting a theatrical release Okay. Going to be in regal cinemas starting November seconds. Berlin's going to be in La New York, and then a week later, it's going to open wide to It's it's over one hundred theaters the US November eighth and nine and then hopefully, it could even go wider people show up in in see it So yeah. So that so yeah but but dust is part of that distribution effort gunpowder and I is is works works with dust and dust is putting out kind of original content like now right now on the facebook channel Cool. You know behind the scenes vignettes about the movie how to Madrid. Back, toys and so yeah. If you check out the bench page on dust, there's there's a lot of cool prospect related stuff. Now they've done some great stuff they've shown. George Lucas's original. thx Eleven thirty eight, which is you know at gold. Yeah, it's. I mean you. You probably you see what he started in independent film and what he did on it that was a college project for God's sake. So it's amazing what he had to do. Something Yeah. Totally insane. Really WanNA thanking both obviously, very talented and Sophie I think we're going to be seeing a lot of you because we. Just and and really what you did in this movie, there's you've really added a lot of layers to her that that maybe another actor poppy wouldn't have done. So I think we're going to be seeing. Of course and Deka Yeah keep keep at it that I did like the story and and really the You you took the time to tell the story and there was a story to tell it sci fi but there's a lotta drama in a to and some humor a little bit too. But I I enjoyed I thought it was It was a story worth telling and what could be like when we go off and other worlds looking for gold or whatever element Although I haven't figured out exactly what they were prospecting for but not gonNA talk about it because I think people should see it for themselves because. It's kind of involved. I'll say that you know. And it's like, okay cut it there. Okay. And credit you again Soviet for doing that. You know God knows what that stuff really was, but it was interest. Well. Thank you both for appearing on Sci fi talk really appreciate it and thank you for listening. It was a pleasure and thank you all for listening out there until next time. This is Tony to Lotto and don't forget to catch at a theater near you prospect take care. Hi. I'm George Decay and listened to sci-fi Talk..
"george decay" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"Now, their family relationships in this series are really central or what's going on and you have probably one of the most complex relationships on the show. Yes we did. Sisterly relationship is. Strongly Complex and never extremely complicated becomes even more complicated over the first season. It's one of the things I really loved about the show I mean, all the female characters are extremely strong dynamic women. You don't have your typical mother divine. There's also real human relationships, real family you. Self to me as a human draw. Thanks. Not. Show I I. Think I love the fact that she's kind of reluctant mayor and she has one of those speeches in the show where she just like. Really brings it home and really shows the kind of person that. You know it was Skies. It's terrifying moment on coming. Because you realize the depth of what it is, she's asking these people to she's asking everyone looks put our lives on the line. Some of us are going to die. We're GONNA fight for this town and we're not going to give up. On his so I've never I've never had to do that in my life. It was daunting to go out there and leave. Rally the troops, and it was exciting though too I mean I see. So many movies that stretches braveheart. That's always think about really grave. I think also one of the moment really shows you what she's made of for somebody calls her. Amanda. Mayor. I like this we s I liked that too I'm walking around on the air. Now, up I mean. What's amazing is There's digital versions of you did they do that for you as well? My character is not in the game. Oh. Yes. I game at some point, but you know does home basis defy. So unless she leaves town goes to San Francisco I don't know how that would happen. So A. For the sisters this year I. Definitely is you learn more about their background where they came from. Their relationship. It's a more complicated. Also you see some. Own. True love between the two. Sisterly love and respect. It's a very, it's a very black and white relationship though. At times can actually put him at odds. They are. You know they're flip sides of a coin of the Yin and Yang of the town in many ways, Amanda? For. The future. She's the voice of defiance. You. You know the hope of the town grace and Kenya, kind of rules the underworld. She's more of the darker side. Yeah. That's great. I remember watching you run super speed last year, and now you're a mayor I think it's always good step. Great to see. You love the show I really WANNA see more. And that is this edition of on the red carpet is brought to you. Every month the second Tuesday of each month, and it's only for you. Premium listeners. Thanks so much for subscribing and listening till next time. This is Tony. Tomato take care. Hi, this is Julia State. Hardly. From Smallville and Gemini Division on Mlive. Fringe. asking. Robert Patrick, James Marsters on. SCIFI. Talk Twenty. Two Lotto Colin Cunningham also known as Major Davis s she one stargate issue I should say either this is Christopher hired l. from sanctuary. I've played Montague John Druid. George Decay and I listened to Sifi Talk..
"george decay" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"I just been doing. This show called Detroit one, eight, seven. On ABC, and I went straight for mathematics. Over land and shot that and and honestly it's it's not. That I normally was necessarily breaking. On doing the horror genre namely. The? Honest hard. Stuff is hard work at very different from absence took. The questions different more of a just a horror sounds. And they're just exhausting to do but but I really like Martin director that cool. We like I. Do parents yet, and there was only a couple of weeks in the glancing. And I'll get the opportunity to play a girl. Who had been a box And then and then gets violently killed at the end like this is this is actually Out of it's like it was like a really fun. The cool part to play because I just got to come in and the kind of crazy and and then killed I had A. Really. Good. Time got to see lanna which I'd never been granted before. The sizing. It covered in a lot of lives down and just crazy and I had I had a really good time. I'm really glad they just. had. A great time working with Marcus. She's just the suggest he's really. Those guys from saw how they are. The more live and they get so giddy. On the blood trump's out. Like cannot. The gleed Mike is has been. You know when people get they get there. They get covered in blood. He's. Hilarious. And they had some great visual effects, guys working I. Pretty. Guys that worked on it, and so I was privileged to be able to work with them as well. I mean these really do scream and. It. Texture scream and stuff they know what they're doing and. It's your pressure. You just Kinda have to fan out on your marketing and they kinda just do their job and it's it's awesome. So so yeah. So you don't get opportunities like that and I never made a part like that for the. Heels I can send in the parts of it with some. Well Aaron, thanks for your time. I. Really appreciate it. I think you're more than on your way. I think that you really found it. You can take on challenges and what a great part for you and also from Alpha's I think we're GONNA. See a lot more of you coming up. Thank you so much Tony I really appreciate it and thanks for taking time to chat of my absolute pleasure and you take care of yourself. Look for absence at a theater near you and probably will be available on demand as well. Thanks for listening until next time. This is Tony Tomato take care. Jewish state, the Justin Hartley from SMALLVILLE and division. I'm going to start fringe. Robert Patrick. Hey this is James Marsters on sci-fi. Talk Tony. Tomato. This is Colin Cunningham. Also known ask Major Davis S one stargate. As she wanted I should say either Christopher hired L. from sanctuary. I played Montague John drew hi I'm George Decay and I listened to Sifi. Talk..
"george decay" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule
"People are ready for this. And I, at that time I had no idea we show was going in all of these incredible ideas. All knows when I received that restricted red. Secret script that was hand delivered to me. I had to sign four. Over like what am I signing here? But It's just been a great journey. It really has a great an I I actually I love to do. Feature films but I feel like I'm shooting a feature every week. Know. I saw grateful to our actors because we give them so little sometimes and they've filling the lines with things like I. Remember the first scene. Tragedy in the pilot with Jim where she sits down with his character, and she says and the way she's talking to him. You feel like she knows him or know someone just like him, and and she made all those connections right up front, and that sorta became like the special relationship and the show that's continued and I was reminded of it again this week on the set when I came in and. It was it was really cool I got a little chill. Flashbacks shooting the pilot was a nightmare. Noted Hale everything broke off. I can't believe 'cause. It's great, and these guys are awesome in that. They're willing to take that leap. Accept that and say you know what there's a gray area in my character that I'm not sure about. It's still ambiguous to me, but doesn't. It doesn't limit them and you know we've been. We've been really spared with defining. Carter's back story. And it's something we want to get into this year and I think it'll be really rewarding fans I always say like what fans want to know. Something is kind of like, do they? Really because it's like my wife, she doesn't want me to go where you WANNA. Go to dinner. She wants me to tell where we're going dinner. He wants to be surprised. She wants to be swept away and I think that's how everyone feels about storytelling. We'll get. Are these moves buddy? You will soon. Accuser. Carter being a single mother did that my life influenced that at all. Always that much always wondered that I was like not even know that about you. Know. Coming up I, don't know what. Like. You're staying with your grandmother tonight. That's like this sounds like something. I wrote that. I said. What do you do like? You're a cop and you're single, mom, what do you do like even thought about that scene coming up, Fusco, I'm like. How's he going to go out? He's got a kid. How does that work? I mean you always gotTa have childcare. I guess, but. It's hard. You know and I think the sort of. Speaks more to the strength Carter's character to understand that she can juggle all that and handle that. It it just makes her that much stronger of care was sort of saw your character as kind of the compass of the show. She's actually. You've actually up to his point in the least great character, and towards the standing where she's coming from and what she believes about right and wrong, whereas recent doing stunts and stuff, and you know so, but it's becoming very interesting about her character now is that. In. The vendetta that she has against hr is is putting her out on a limb and. You gotta live in a basement. We would never have seen that from Carter I think in the first season is just she's been doing. Desperate things and how certain is Carter on her action. I think heart is very clear on everything. She's doing I don't think. She questioned any of her motives. Once she decided this has to be. This has to happen. She went forward. You know you gotta understand the need at all. It's the right thing to do. Maybe she's going about it in A. Not So Would you call it a legal way, but it's something that must be done. Because in her heart of hearts this, she met the man in a suit. He's taught her. Sometimes. You GotTa bend the rules to save a life you know and at the end of the day. She's a cop to the core and she's going to save a life, no matter what by any means necessary. She did it for the right reason, and also she was pushed i. mean she sees it. It's like an animal backed into a corner. She's coming out fight. You know. He's great to watch. Thank you, thank you so much. Wonderful, thank you. Thank you I really. Episode One thirty five of time capsule once again. This is Tony. A Lotta thanks so much for listening. Hi. This is jewel state. I can hardly from SMALLVILLE and Gemini Division. I'm going to start a fringed. Zanny. Robert Patrick hey this James Marsters on sci-fi Talk Tony Tomato. This is Colin Cunningham also known as Major Davis s one stargate as I should say either this Christopher hired l. from sanctuary. I've played montague. John drew. Hi. I'm George Decay and I listened to Sifi Talk..
"george decay" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule
"Feels like. They've been woven very nicely together for like a quick. Fast moving season. I don't know exactly the The dates, but it feels like every now and then we and we're like. Hang on this last episode that we just did that was. That was yesterday right and the one that happened. That was the day before. So this season happens in a really short. Time Span. I mean once we do the time jump in between right all of the place in the in a very short period of time, so it's moving really quick. While the beard really works for me I think it's really nice, touch and Thank you I wish. I got the hang onto it a bit longer, and it's also nice to hear that haven from the beginning is going to be on chiller, so people can catch up. They don't have the DVD's, too. Yeah. I will thanks a lot man hope talking again. Thank you book for Haven on September the thirteenth, and they will be more press conferences and I'll be covering as well and that's all for episode one twenty three of time capsule. Thanks so much for listening. This is Tony Tamalada. Jewis state either the Justin Hartley from Smallville and Gemini Division. I'm going to start a fringe. Robert Patrick? James Marsters Sifi talk with Tony Tomato. This is Colin Cunningham also known as Major. Davis One stargate issue when I should say either. Christopher hired L. from sanctuary, I've played. Montague John Drew I'm George Decay and I listened to Sifi Talk..
"george decay" Discussed on MZNOW with Michael Zavala
"Finish it here right now. I'M GONNA episode. Nine is at the in so. You have one more episode. Next episode has George Decay. Is Better. Is it because you liked him? Because I text USA episode seven. And I said the Oh so far only like one and two, and then you say Oh, okay? After seven it gets better. Yeah, now and I'm like okay the last. It didn't even get better. It go see it ain't get better by eating your worse. Well, so the episode before the Octopus. I'm talking about so while I was watching it. I don't know what number that is that the one where these bodies. There's at the one three now. The switch body when I didn't like. Well, this isn't that was kind of stupid other is. I don't remember. I must out the other one now. The octopus one was a murder octopus. Without, yeah, well. No, so before that episode I was thinking. You know what this series really needs is monsters and we need to get away from like just do stories about human you know human I'll have to have a cell phone or special technology, or that's black mirrors job. Let's do some. Supernatural or monster, so then they get to an episode that sets up like it's GonNa, be a monster, right, show, and then it really is just A. Thought it was GONNA be a robot, or maybe someone like locked monster or something and guess what it's just knocked the push. That's really smart. Okay Michael, get this, so tell me why I didn't even remember episode four and by. Four and five exactly episode for was winded Gross. He finds that when I grow. A musician gives other girl the coin the lady. Gaga Taylor Yeah. And then that was a dumb one. Yeah, see I. I just watched all the money today in already forgot about those.
"george decay" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes
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"george decay" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"I'm going to start as a fringe. Genia hand. Robert Patrick. James Marsters Scifi talk with Tony Tomato. Cunningham also known as Major Davis s she one stargate s you when I should say either Christopher. Hired L. from sanctuary I played montague John drew. I'm George Decay and I listened to sci-fi Talk. Back on Scifi. Talk with by Blanton talking about as I mentioned earlier Delphi, space series, and the latest is book six Delphi Federation. There's another series you have an I call it for lack of a better word, the stone series. I think the first one which watch stone ranger. Is that right? Now the first ones I it is Paul. Disown series the first one. Is Matthew in the stone? And it's about a young man.
"george decay" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
"So you kind of deal in that area? Is that something that interests you as far as your career and making those type of movies yeah, I love to experiment. I love to do different things. I love to learn new things by trying I can tell you that. Today and nowadays my favorite generate side I. Love to do Sifi. I my. I. Don't know my favorite movies are. I Love! I love food to to get out of here to see all the things and I know that's my. But I love horror. I love Frieder bad I love. To experiment I don't know my next movie. If everything goes right. It's Golden Man Road, and it's an mother Western with an amazing scrape, and really create a little bit characters so since I lost to work with actors and never little characters so. I love working. Well I will tell you that I kind of had a planet of the apes moment at the end of the movie, and I won't give away what it is, but I think when people see until realize it, but I had one of those kind of moments. It was like Whoa. Really was nicely done. Thank you much. Thank you very much going well. I also want to say that I'm kind of a guy to. Because my family's from originally from Galizia, so I'm a little, have a little Geigo in me for no way really yes, I do when I. My family originated in a little town called Dion outside of Lou. Lugo so. Whether from. Very funny. There's this saying in that. There is a UGO everywhere. Actually like there's even dealing the Moon I. believe it I believe it. Well thanks so much I really appreciate it. This is a really neat film that everyone should see and I think if people enjoyed Apollo eighteen. I think they'll see a filmmaker that certainly developing their his talent, or in the and the fact that you're Hispanic just thrills me to death, of course I and I think that's awesome that there's a lot of good Hispanic directors that are kind of flexing their muscles in showing what they can do so that's all. Thank you very much sewage array great interview. Thank you take care now. Thank you take our time by hope in grave is available on DVD and on demand. This is Tony Tomato thanks so much for listening. Hi, I'm George Decay and I listened to sci-fi Talk..
"george decay" Discussed on MadTrio Podcast
"Talk Campbell after it's so I I watched a video of William Shatner talking for like twenty thirty years. I've always heard how how William Shatner George Decay didn't get along and how George Decay always said that William Shatner was an Asshole Yada Yada so I finally heard after like for thirty years. Why why he thinks that so shattner basically said his comment on this interview was I. I went to work. I knew my lines I went home and since he was the lead role he said does incredibly busy so it wasn't the fact that I did. You know that he was a CO worker. Of course I didn't know him. He said I've been working with them for sixty years and I still don't know him because he's a CO worker. And if you listen to interviews with Georgia he's like I've worked with him for sixty years if he doesn't know me and it was like I. I've heard that that Shatner was a little bit of a pain in the ass to work with but at least it makes sense that Shatner was it was a job. He's not there to get along. He's not there to make friends. He was there to collect paycheck in the sixties very typical for stars to have kind of an attitude. You know I'm better than you are on the star of the show so the hell with the rest of the cast so it's not unusual especially when jobs where we're what was six specially when he would decay was truly a supporting actor because you had Leonard Nimoy deforest Kelley. Were really the three number two and three on the show right so george decay and everybody else were really just supporting their background characters for fill in stories. It's really what they were so I could totally see. I've had a few job where I don't want to talk to people or be around much. Just go do my job and I WANNA go home. You're not that would really be there. Yeah it same thing. I don't really care. Oh wow how you're supposed to care about especially if you work for a big company you know you don't know the okay. Yeah we all work at XYZ company but doesn't mean I know you are doesn't mean that you know here a friend right. This is one. This is one of the things I've always always thought it was interesting. Difference between some of my lady friends and in and guy friends is almost every woman ever known say got work friends ninety nine percent of the guys I know say I got co workers work friends and I always thought that was that was. That was an interesting difference is because it's it's true. I have very few times of anybody I've ever worked with ever become became an actual friend. The work friends. They're the people you spend a of time around so you end the context to work your friends outside of work. You would probably not like each other. I mean there's there's something he said of of any.
"george decay" Discussed on On Mic Podcast
"Kept on working and kept on working different kinds of jobs different kinds of roles and yeah I mean he had to what he did for a living and as you mentioned you know he had gotten divorced his first wife he had alimony three daughters to support so we had? I had to work. Obviously but I think in his own mind he. He believed that that was going to change. And and you can overcome that and he had more to offer than just James T kirk. I mean listen as you know. They were doing a cartoon version of Star Trek at one time and that was when the cruise career wasn't really going that well And the same could be said for Leonard Nimoy I think his career was a little smoother after star Trek but probably not much more smoother than in his friend. Bill Shatner's career but He worked hard at it and he just he just kept plugging away and History was on his side Winter when Star Trek became so huge syndication and found a whole new audience and people who rediscovered it and the college kids and it just took off from literally took off from there and Then we had the star trek movies which put him back on the scene that helped his career. I mean people forget I think and and certainly I did before I was he had you know t j hooker and barbary coast which another show. I remember Rico's very wise so every episode because Captain Captain Kirk was in it. I mean that's what but but you're right and then later of course and we. We have so much that we don't plan on getting too because the book has it all but the denny crane years he's in his seventies. He's winning emmys for this comedic turn and And all of the Post Star Trek stuff. Let's go back for a bit because there's so much fascinating stuff you have in the book to about reaction from from cast mates and and others in his life and like all of us. He's a complex individual. He's got his his high points. Low points but the interesting feedback back from the cast mostly of Star Trek over the years. And this has been consistent and you just basically confirmed that all is that he had a lot of folks who really found him to be Uncomfortable uncomfortable to work with and yet And that goes for Jimmy Dean and certainly George Decay and yet he always thought I got along with everybody. He says that all right. What do you know whether that's just a defense mechanism and and you're right? He has at times like I think in his later years upon on reflection had said if you do well maybe I could have been a little you know a little more. Cognizant of how other people felt and this and that on the other hand and you know he was.
"george decay" Discussed on WTVN
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"george decay" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
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