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"george segal" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Live on the Las Vegas Strip. Madison Kimbrough? Yeah, Madison, I'll tell you, I think that Two things were mentioned there that probably are components in the spike in strip traffic one Spring break. And to March Madness madness. Yeah, they bringing them in as a, you know. Longtime sports guy and you know you've done played by playing on all kinds of different events. But, you know, March Madness is is one of the big draws to Las Vegas. It's akin to the Super Bowl and really is, Oh, it's a It's a betting Colusa. You know, it's just There's always action. There's action action action with regard to me earlier that George Segal When you were talking about George Segal, California split. I know. Sam mentioned that right at the beginning. What a great movie That was with Elliott Gould in him. Terrific. And I mean in the I was in high school the time and that just Talk about a seminal storytelling moment. Gambling going to the race track, you know, just betting on games. That was they were that was their thing, and it was shot. In L. A at a card club. I want to say Palmer was It was like Hawaiian Gardens. Oh, yeah. Somewhere in the guard was it was some sure. Yeah. But, uh, But it was really a lot of those people who played alongside Elliot Golden, George Segal, a real card players right on. That's what that's what Robert open like to do. We'd like to give it that sort of verity that way. Yeah, it was. It was something else. You know, it's funny. Elliott Gould did my podcast, which is called the Edge with Mark Thompson. I haven't mentioned it all night. I'll mention it once, and so he was on my show the edge, and I asked him the rookie ist thing You can ask on. It was about California split. That's why that's why I mentioned you. Maybe think of it. I asked the I mean, really the lame assed thing. I'm going to admit it to you. But it's the power of what Bill's talking about. Which was the relationship between George Segal and Elliot Gold. In that movie. It felt real. It felt like they were powers. It felt as though that was a legitimate chemistry. It almost felt as though it was a documentary following them. And I asked Did you stay in touch with George Segal? I mean, are you guys really pound? If you pal around? It's like the hack ist Then you can ask, you know. It's like, you know, when they you're playing some serial killer. I'm sure is an actor in the entertainment reporter goes. So did you study serial killers have spent any time around. So your color, So did you do it in serial? Killing yourself? I mean, it was. I felt like it was the layman's question. And yet I couldn't help myself because of the power of those performances. Siegel and Gold to show good in California split And he said, George, who? So you know, you know what he said. I remember. He said he was so lovely because you know again, As I said, a certain embarrassed by the question, Looking back, he said, Well, we're friends. We're friends who don't really stay in touch. You didn't really, you know, hang out per se a little bit, maybe around the movie. That was all he treated it like, you know, it's not a awful question. It's probably not as many questions. I thought it was, but Then I say, Let me ask you again as James Mason and see if this works, you know? Yeah. What do you say aloud in your star wagon? Did you hang out with George Segal? Um, all right. When we come back, we'll check in with George Noory. Mark Thompson here for Tim College. Junior on K F. I am 6 40 streaming everywhere on the I Heart radio. Happy years, Bill. A group of protesters in.
Actor George Segal Has Died at Age 87 After Complications During Surgery
"Actor George Segal, who died Tuesday. I'm very responsible with my money. The Goldberg star honored by show creator Adam Goldberg, who called Siegel a legend, and then it was a true honor to be a small part of Siegel's amazing legacy. That legacy included an Oscar nomination in 1967, for Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Over 125 other roles were told Siegel died of complications due to bypass surgery. He was 87 break
"george segal" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Mark Thompson. Sitting in for Tim is he's taking the week off, always miss hanging out with him, but it's really cool to be with everybody here. Bill Seward in the newsroom, Tony On the board. Will Kohlschreiber, my old pal from Good Day l a on traffic and sharing the award winning producer. That's right. Everybody please chime in any time, of course. I mean, after you've raised her hand and filed something in the way of paperwork. Well, then we want to hear from you. You know, we got to that We have a system here in, please. You know? Look, I don't know about the rest of you, but to me, George Segal. I grew up watching his stuff and he was More than just an actor. Maybe it was his appearances on the Tonight Show, or I don't know why and how George Segal made such a positive impact. Maybe it was the movies. He was part of. But what an amazing guy and he died Suddenly, I guess in the middle of the Surgical procedure show. Talk about his life and tell us more, Sam Ruben from the KT l a morning news. I, Sam. I like a pre recorded applause. Yeah, Listen, not everybody gets it, so don't don't make fun of it, okay? You may not. You may not get it on the way out, Mr Smart ass. All right. I understand. You know why? First of all, he's 87 years old, right? Didn't he die during was as a result of open heart surgery or in during open heart. E believed they were doing some valve surgery. And, yes, he died as a result of cortical surgical complications. I think any time you go under the knife passed that stage and certainly in 87. That potentially cross. Yeah. Yeah. So tell me why George Segal land so significantly with me and with so many others, because, among other things, your mother had a crush on him. Every other person you grew up with. Their mother had a crush on him, too. And that there was this kind of naughty and risk a quality to a lot of the films that he did, and he was, you know, truly. In this golden age of movies, he worked with the best directors California split opposite Robert Oldman. On and the list goes on and on. Ah 126 imdb credits. And so there is the film career of George Segal and then flash forward to what People under X age would know. Ah, great, long run and just shoot me very popular sitcom. A great long run right now in the Goldbergs, which people you know, hold very much to heart. And there was, you know the thing Now the do your thing If someone passes away and you know you check Twitter, so every name that matters goes online to salute George Segal and Michael McKeen, who we know from medical soul. And, of course, a spinal tap and you know whose great great actor Said. In fact, I'm paraphrasing. You know George Segal's amazing 50 plus year run. Why? Because he was so good at it. And he loved it. And that's the part that really resonates with me is that I think occasionally you know, we have these reluctant stars or these petulant stars or that kind of thing. You know when you know that when you find somebody who is so good at what they do, and who so and this is referencing to talk show appearances and everything else so deeply loves what they do. That it propels. You know, almost 60 years in front of the camera. Come on. Yeah, he embraced performance in such a such different ways. As you mentioned the talk show, you know, one of the films he did. Was and I'm just reading right now. The biography of Mike Nichols, Mark Harris wrote it. It's really good and he directed. Mike There goes Did Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? That was the film that George Segal appeared in with Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor. But you talked to him about it. And I've got that audio. Can I share a little? You know, preaching. I wish you would. We tape your every word here. Ko Phi on every morning so way. Found the greatest film actor of all time. Who's afraid of Virginia Woolf? Oh, my love.
George Segal, Veteran of Drama and TV Comedy, Is Dead at 87
"Actor george seagal has died at eighty seven after complications from heart surgery his career spans six decades from the longest day to the goldbergs. Purist bob mondello has this remembrance. He was an idealistic painter. In ship of fools scheming prisoner of war in king rat a biology professor savaged in the domestic brawl. That was who's afraid of virginia woolf but it was his lightness in comedy that endeared george segal to audiences whether trying to scare his domineering mother to death in. Where's papa or starting an affair with glenda jackson in a touch of class about your wife. We've been married for eleven years and not once in all that time. Have i ever been unfaithful to her in the same city. She now down. In more recent decades seagal had settled comfortably into tv stardom as magazine editor. Jack gallo in just shoot me. And for the last eight years as pops in the
"george segal" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from npr news. I'm jack speer vice president. Kamala harris will lead the biden. Administration's diplomatic efforts to address the root causes of migration. Npr's ranko or donors reports on the vice president's first foreign policy initiative president biden says he asked vice president harris to take over the administration's diplomatic push with mexico. Guatemala el salvador honduras to help them stem the flow of migration to the us border vice presidents agreed among the multiple other things that have to shaded agreed to lead our diplomatic effort and work with those nations to accept the returnees and enhance migration for their borders. During the obama years biden played a similar role in the region. Biden has asked congress to authorize aid for northern triangle countries. A total of four billion dollars over four years franko or donas. Npr news the whitehouse. Coronavirus task force says the pace. Vaccinations for covid. Nineteen is continuing to pick up in the us. Npr's windsor johnston reports new figures from the administration show. Vaccine output has more than tripled. Since president biden took office members of the white house corona virus task force say seventy percent of americans sixty five and older have received at least one shah vaccine for cova. Doctor rochelle walinsky director of the centers for disease control and prevention says more and more people are being inoculated every day we are now accentuating between sixteen and twenty million people away and this means that we are closer to resuming activities. You love to do with those about us. A growing list of states plan to expand vaccine to all adults ahead of a may first deadline. Set by president. Biden windsor johnston. Npr news washington. The white house is promising to add to its senior staff and as merican or pacific islander is. Npr's scott detro- explains the move comes in response to high profile criticism from democratic senator with increased concern about discrimination and violence against asian americans illinois. Senator tammy duckworth threatened to start. Voting against president biden's nominations unless he puts forward more a api people for high profile positions. White house press secretary. Jen psaki responded with a statement. Affirming the biden administration's commitment putting together a diverse cabinet and senior staff. She said the white house will add quote a senior level. Asian american pacific islander liaison. That's duckworth to walk back or threat to block nominees a threat that carried major weight. The senate is tied fifty. Fifty scott detrow. Npr news orders us factories for durable goods. Those are longer-lasting items like automobiles and air conditioners took a drop in february. The commerce department reporting durable goods orders fell one point one percent on wall street. The dow is down three points. This is npr. Louisiana a dozen other states are filing suit against the binding administration seeking to end suspension of oil and gas leasing on federal lands and waters. The sooner announce stay by the zana's republican attorney general. Jeff landry lender announcing the suit which also seeks quarter. The government go ahead with two offshore lease sales that have been slated to move forward this year. Actor george seagal has died at eighty seven after complications from heart surgery his career spans six decades from the longest day to the goldbergs. Purist bob mondello has this remembrance. He was an idealistic painter. In ship of fools scheming prisoner of war in king rat a biology professor savaged in the domestic brawl. That was who's afraid of virginia woolf but it was his lightness in comedy that endeared george segal to audiences whether trying to scare his domineering mother to death in. Where's papa or starting an affair with glenda jackson in a touch of class.
George Segal has died at age 87
"Character actor George Segal, who was nominated for an Oscar for Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Back in 1966, You know when Ted was on his first marriage, and most recently appeared as pops on the ABC sitcom The Goldbergs has died at age 87, his wife said he died of complications from bypass
George Segal, 'The Goldbergs' and 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?' star, dead at 87
"George Segal was one of those actors whose career spanned decades and left memories for generations of movie and TV fans. He started his life as an entertainer as a banjo player before said, weighing into acting. He was nominated for an Oscar for the 1966 movie. Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? A newer generation of fans saw him stars the grandfather in the ABC sitcom The Goldbergs, his wife reports the Siegel has died so coming to complications from bypass surgery. George Segal was 87 years old. A
George Segal, 'The Goldbergs' and 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?' star, dead at 87
"Was one of those actors whose career spanned decades and left memories for generations of movie and TV fans. He started his life as an entertainer as a banjo player before said, weighing into acting. He was nominated for an Oscar for the 1966 movie. Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? A newer generation of fans saw him stars the grandfather in the ABC sitcom The Goldbergs, his wife reports the Siegel has died so coming to complications from bypass surgery job. Siegel was 87 years old, A Moscow
"george segal" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"A law enforcement official briefed on the shooting says. Suspect Ahmad Alicia's family told investigators they believed he was suffering some kind of Mental illness. We have new details today, police documents show. The only request the 21 year old alleged gunman had when he was arrested was that he wanted to talk to his mother. A motive remains elusive. In this case, police have been unable to decode a motive and why the King Soopers grocery store was targeted when the suspect lives in another town remains unclear. Today, baby sees Alex Stone in Boulder, Colorado. In custody in Lubbock, Texas, 66 year old Larry Harris. He is accused of forcing a National guard convoy off a road near Lubbock and holding 11 guard members at gunpoint. He thought they were carrying a woman and child he thought had been kidnapped. The convoy was hauling covert vaccine happened a couple of days ago, but we're just learning now about the latest missile test by North Korea. The U. S official confirms that North Korea tested too short range ballistic missiles this weekend. The launch is it not been previously reported by North Korea, nor by South Korea, as has been the case with previous tests. Launches represent the first direct challenge to the bide administration from North Korea. U. S officials have said previously that it appeared that North Korea may have been preparing for some type of missile firing. We Martinez ABC NEWS Washington Exit polls in Israel indicate no clear winner on Tuesdays parliamentary elections, leaving Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's fate uncertain. His wife reported the death of veteran actor George Segal, best known for his comic roles, Siegel was Oscar nominated for his performance in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Still You have a pretty good body now, too. Is that right? Have you Martha Decency forbids shut up. Why don't I have you? Everybody. Still pretty good workout. Damn, Yeah. George Segal was 87. You're listening to ABC news. From the W Y o D 24 hour traffic center planned construction happening now and throughout the day light hours. That'll be roadwork on the dolphin eastbound on the ramp to 95 North found that off ramp is closed. We've also got construction on the turnpike south out of the rain from the Shula that on ramp is closed. I'm Ricky for Sony's radio. 6 10 w Y o D. Florida is once again receiving doses of the Johnson and Johnson single shot covert vaccine that word in Pensacola from governor Rhonda Santos. We hope to get more Johnson and Johnson over the next couple weeks. So my hope is is that you start to get really significant amounts of Johnson and Johnson to match what we're getting with flies and Madonna descendants, announcing that 2000 doses a day of J and J will be available for the next three days at a local Pensacola church. The state reported 5300 new Corona virus infections on Tuesday, a bill that would change student aid to college students no longer directly links bright futures scholarship money, two majors with the best job prospects. Bill, sponsored by Republican Senator Dennis Baxley, will still include a list of which degrees lead to employment. We want students to have a well rounded education, but we also want them to have viable career paths. It was a packed auditorium Tuesday night at the second to the last meeting to talk about changing the name of Robert E. Lee High School in Jacksonville. News for Jack's reporting. A spokesperson for DeVol County Public Schools said the public interest in the name change it. Lee High School is 20 to 25 times higher than other schools. Superintendent of the All schools will make the final recommendation on any name change to the school board, which will have the final say and uber user who made an easy mistake, is recovering from undisclosed injuries after he was violently attacked by a suspect who thought the victim was trying to open the door to his girlfriend's car. Police say the victim believed he was getting into his uber ride when 27 Year old Don L Urbi of Clearwater, allegedly hitting with a piece of concrete And still the victim's backpack. Herbie was arrested The next day. Charges include robbery with a deadly weapon and numerous drug possession charges. No word on the victim's condition with Florida's news. I'm John Conrad. From smart phones and TVs,.
‘Virginia Woolf,’ ‘Goldbergs’ star George Segal dies at 87
"A veteran actor has died George Segal was one of those actors whose career spanned decades and left memories for generations of movie and TV fans he started his life as an entertainer as a banjo player before segueing into acting he was nominated for an Oscar for the nineteen sixty six movie who's afraid of Virginia Woolf a new generation of fans saw him star as the grandfather in the ABC sitcom the Goldbergs his wife reports the single has died succumbing to complications from bypass surgery George Segal was eighty seven years old I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
"george segal" Discussed on KCRW
"Happening. Ellie in Orange County's could soon move into the less restrictive orange tier of California's reopening framework. State public health officials today said the two regions have banked one week's worth of numbers to meet the two week goal, and that could mean more reopening says soon as early April County public health director Barbara for rare Hold the L A times today, businesses could welcome or guests. Under the new tear, a restaurant's would be able to increase their capacity to 50% of their maximum capacity occupancy indoors. You could have movie theaters also be able to have more patrons. Some places that are only open outdoors could in fact, start going back inside. With very small capacity. Under the next level Bars can reopen outdoors without needing to serve food and capacity limits for things like gyms and churches will increase for air says to get To this point, we'll need to keep our numbers low, and she says vaccinations could help. Well. The number of registered voters in California rose by nearly 2.2 million over the last two years. Cap radios, Chris Hooks breaks down new data from the secretary of state the numbers and surprising during the general election, the state made a point to make registering to vote during a pandemic as easy and save as possible as a February's count. More than 22 million Californians are registered to vote. It's about 88% of eligible voters. Democrats have been the biggest beneficiary. Or the 46% of All California voters are registered with the Democratic Party. State's Republican Party saw boost to 24% of registered voters that GOP has the second highest number of electors in the state for the first time since 2017. Early 30% of California's voters are with a third party or registered no party preference. And his camp Rita's Chris Hooks reporting San Diego's convention center will soon be temporarily repurposed as a shelter for unaccompanied migrant Children seeking asylum. As KCRW's Matt Dillon reports, the conversion is coming at the request of the new health and Human Services secretary. Former California attorney general Heavier. But Sarah, who was recently confirmed is the HHS secretary put out a call for temporary housing for unaccompanied minors. San Diego answered. County and city officials say they'll support the federally funded shelter by providing vital services to the migrant kids. According to the San Diego Union Tribune. Any details of the arrangement are still being worked out. It's unclear how many Children will be housed at the convention center, but each unaccompanied minor is expected to stay between 30 and 35 days. All their food, medical care showers and sleeping areas will be provided. Officials also say an outdoor recreation area will be set up, but Children will not be allowed to leave the grounds until they're reunited with a parent or guardian. Once open. The convention center shelter is expected to house unaccompanied minors for approximately three months. In this case, you are the least Matt Dillon reporting and San Diego Board of Supervisors Chairman Nathan Fletcher said the plan to shelter migrant Children at the convention center came together pretty quickly. The decision over the weekend came after new Health and Human Services Secretary Harvey or Baseer it add directly ask the county for help. I mean these air show and just as we would want for any of our Children to do everything we can to ensure a safe on compassionate location to help facilitate them through what is a very difficult Time in their lives on the Children. They're not the only asylum seekers entering San Diego under the Biden administration since the beginning of March, Jewish family Service of San Diego says it is assisted more than 1700 asylum seekers. Including families and individuals, and Oscar nominated actor George Segal has died. Siegel first gained popularity in the sixties and seventies for his multifaceted acting prowess and both dramatic and comedic roles. He was nominated for the Academy Academy Award for best supporting actor for his performance in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf. He also won two Golden Globe awards, including best actor in a musical or comedy for his performance. In a touch of class. He reportedly died of complications from bypass surgery. He was 87. You're.
"george segal" Discussed on 710 WOR
"I was clutter your mile I was clocking you're commits long it is one as an early hours yeah so and but they did the researchers said that they tried to test seventy four Siegel's will most them just said of the ones that that approach if you look at them and stared at them took longer for that I am gonna try that this weekend you'll have a bird's eye view or I'm pretty I'm pretty pretty fast George Segal I would approach it Bugsy Siegel by the way you know do you know where his house is located in Beverly hills where he was killed I don't know Linden Avenue still famous a street yeah it's a it's a Spanish style house and he was apparently watching a movie himself because you want to be an actor when they shot him through the glass and speaking of ice they should he was killed with a bullet through the eye well that's why in the the godfather they killed the guy on what remember right through the eye you know when they do when they get knocked off all those that one would go on all sides yes the guy on the side yeah yeah yeah they should write for this I glass yeah so I figure that's why that's a classics with they got that from I hit and I hit him like I hop and I hit so I think you're running out of its I think I'm just I think your brain got fried in the finger lakes loose starred in the movie the bugs in it was a good movie it was the number I was with Annette Benning yes that's right good movie I enjoyed the movie actually all right so I don't go away because when we get back we're gonna find out how the Democrats are doing in Iowa checking in with our friend ABC news political analyst Steve Roberts that's coming up but first let's get the news it's eight o'clock again whether every fifteen minutes entertaining talk in between land Berman and Michael read all in the morning till ten week days on the voice of New.
"george segal" Discussed on Movie Crush
"But in in like, really, just personally just art in general is that that scene starts with Charlie coming in and Bill is all still despondent and Charlie's like like, you know. Wow. Do you always take it? Always take a big win this heart. And Bill looks at him. And he says. Charlie. There was never any special feeling just said there was. Yeah. Charlie says. I know that everybody knows that. Yeah. Okay. To me that little exchange. That's it. That's the human experience for me in a nutshell. Yeah. Like that. That to me I can apply like I can apply that exchange to religion. I can apply it to to, you know, relationships. I can't apply. It like any thing about how people live their lives like that to me is a fundamental truth. That I can't. It is. It is just that's what art to me is when it's working it's best, then that's an expression of fundamental truth. Yeah. You know that like I wasn't any special feeling. I just sat there was and and it which is already profound enough. Yeah. Because it's like it is like it is a little almost like religion. This is why feel like movies like waiting for Goodell. It's like it is a little bit. Like, you know, like religion our relationship, or whatever, you know, when you fall in and out of love really quickly. Are you? You know, like, you know, you convince yourself that your religion is saving you when it's not right? But then it's even better that trolley response. Like, no kidding. Yeah. I mean, I thought we all thought we knew. They realize over not like, yeah. You know, like I feel like it's over after that like these guys are never going to see each other. Again. I thought that was I thought we were you know, I thought that was the truth that we all just sort of agreed to talk about. But that we right. Of course, I'm pretending when I say, I have I have a special magical feeling, you know. And like, I don't know. It's it comes up for me that moment comes up for me over and over and over again in my life. That's good stuff. Man. It's such a just a gut punch of ending. It is. And then Elliott Gould is so good. Right after that too. Because after that exchange, and he's still sitting there and he's to spun. And then that toll that choker that funny man that we've seen the whole movie I was calling it just drops face. It was remarkable one shot in just drops. And he says doesn't mean a fucking thing. Does it? Yeah. He knows he knows when they everybody gets it. It's like it is like talk about the poetry of art. It's like rather than having a guy lose everything. And learn learn lesson, right? You have them Wayne everything. Learn the lesson. Yeah. You know, that's fucking beautiful. Yeah. So good. Then only Altman would have been Paul's enough to and chat up to we talked about Altman allot the screenwriter. What's his who's in the movie? You know, he plays spike. Oh, really? Yeah. Joseph walsh. Yeah. He plays. The he plays. The he plays. The bookie that George Segal. Chilly. I know that. Yeah. What does he written? Did. He was he was an actor from what I understand who. Like was, you know, not getting the roles he wanted and that you know, that movie. I I don't know much. I really don't know much Elting autumn. I mean, I think that I my guess is that..
"george segal" Discussed on Movie Crush
"I think I remember that and frequently I have fans come up to me, and I don't let against him. But they're like that had to be really really were cracking up, and and the the actor inside wants to be like, no, I was acting there. Yeah. Yeah. And and and it was it was actually direction. We did it a few different ways. Right. And one of them was was, you know, we're going to I'm going to crack up. So. Yes, choice crack up like as though I'm surprised by it. So I played it. Thanks. Yes. So I'm like, so I think back I'm like, maybe Siegel was just acting. If he is man he does it beautifully. Looks like a real bust out after I think, it's probably I think I don't think he's acting there. I think I think that he must have really not no known. What was coming there? And it brought real to him in that moment. Yeah. He's stories still around. It's so funny to look back at a time. And I talk about this a lot on the show in the seventies. Where George Segal in Elliott Gould are leading men like this movie were made today. It would be, you know, Channing Tatum in Matt Damon? Right. You know, it's like you could be Dustin Hoffman or George Segal and in top line of movie. Yeah. Which is crazy. Yeah. Rate, you know. I know I know those performances are so good. And they're ones I watch as an actor. I watch him over and over and over again. And and I just like, I I'm kind of an awesome. It's everybody's trusting everybody. You know? All right. So let's let's get to that ending. They go to Reno. Yeah. The go all in and pull their money, which is always this gambling movies. Give me a pit in my stomach like when people are putting their all their money on the line. Yeah. Just like this fucking makes me so nervous and alert. So if you wanna watch movie for sure at this point and watch it and then listen to the rest of it. But because yeah, I expected the first time I saw I fully expected George Segal everything and then to and then learn some lesson. Absolutely. And that's the way it feels like it should have gone, but even better. Yeah, they win. He wins, everything and. And he learns that even harsher less. Yeah. Which is that it doesn't bring him. Anything doesn't make you sad scene. They went eighty two grand. And Elliott Gould, Charlie is. Yes. Over the moon, singing and laughing. We're going to go out on. Interview us, we're liberties weeds, the hotel for a week gamble every day live like king, you know. And and it's to me, it's it's my favorite. This is why this is the movie that I chose my favorite moment. Not just in films..
"george segal" Discussed on Movie Crush
"I mean, obviously, he's not, you know, like when he like when he goes to to to build, you know, the George Segal character when he goes to bill's job, and there's no no part of him that would ever dream of doing that. Yeah. You know, those characters are. So it's one of the things it's so great about it is that they're so different from one another. Yes. Yeah. Those are so different. But I think I have those care both those characters inside of me a little bit some of bills like sort of self reflective stuff. They are different. And when I was watching it, I kind of and see what you think about this. It kind of felt like to me like kind of until the end really which we'll get to insane. Which is like one of the best ever. Yes. But Charlie I feel I kind of feels like like like, we're the same you and me. Yeah. But they're not at all, right? Yeah. But he finds new friend. Like a lot of you know, these guys are obviously especially Charlie like a gambling addict. I guess you'd say. In sort of a fun way. Yeah. I mean, I think he's not gambling addict the way that you think of gambling attic just like lose like hat's. What like loses. Everything is always just they just prefer the action. It's fun for him because he keep bets on everything. Right. And that's part of the fun of the movie like it's really interesting because they billed as a comedy, which it is funny and a lot of places, but it's just got such a dark Altman all in Mexico belly. He's not going to get straight up. I mean, look what he did with Popeye San love it. I gotta see Popeye again. It's fucking weird movie, man. Yeah. It was fun rewatching it recently. But. Charlie has fun gambling like he can't just go out and play some pickup basketball. He's betting these guys. He can beat them in one on one or you know, sort of a sad scene was at the very beginning. When he and injured Siegel I hook up, and they are sort of drunk at the end of the night at the bar, and they they he bet some whether or not he can name the the seven doors and. Pressing though, it's like both at the same time up. My my buddy, my buddy, and I would quote that all the time. Here comes seven like a Gatling gun. Yes. Weepy grumpy, doc four three. Catling gun. Doc. Yeah. That's four three. But yeah, no. I know it's it's yeah. They'll better. But you know, it's bills the one who's a gambling addict. Yeah. Yeah. I mean because he has lost his life. Yeah. Exactly. Good point. I never really considered and the and. You know, I I don't know which direction this conversation should go. I can I can tell you the sort of large my sort of larger idea like I when this movie means to me is. It's like. I feel like it's more of. A kind of psychological. How do I put this? It's like it's like waiting for Goodell went away. And I think that these these it's like a metaphysical statement, you know, like like the idea that the gambling is an allegory for the way everyone lives. Their lives is is very apparent to me. Like, I I would say I've said to people before. And I know Charlie would say this to that. It's all Campbell, man. Yeah. You know, like everything you do is a gamble. You know, like like people think it's weird. You know, I've had stretches of my life where I'll go, and I certainly don't think I'm like, I lost money to be you know, I like playing the odds I went the math of gambling, you know, more than the action, but I've had periods of my life. Where like I'll go for a week. And you know, whatever gamble sports play poker? Right. Just do that for stretches at a time or fun a lot for months at a time. And like, it's all and then it's like, it's really not. Almost no different than playing the stock market. Yeah. Totally. And it's almost not like everything you do being actors Campbell. Being you know, certain podcasts gamble. It's like the the the. Getting married to gamble. So it's like, there's all there's this element of of what your relationship is to yourself as a gambler..
Hawaii officials hope Kilauea volcano eruption won't deter travelers
"History of ancient macedonia and its most famous leader alexander the great are a fundamental part of greek identity though more than one hundred countries have recognised macedonia under that name greece has blocked its entry into nato and the european union now greek leaders say they could accept a composite name like upper macedonia or north macedonia macedonian leaders say they're open to compromise in are hopeful the dispute can be resolved this year for npr news i'm joanna kakissis in athens oklahoma's republican governor signed a bill that lgbtq rights advocates say amounts to discrimination the new law says private agencies can't be required to place children in homes that violate the agency's religious or moral convictions the governor says it doesn't ban same sex adoption or foster care but allows faith based agencies to operate in accordance with their beliefs tourism officials in hawaii are hoping the eruptions from the killer way of volcano won't deter tourism george segal head of the hawaii tourism authority says most of the big island is free from the threat of volcanic activity but he says those visiting the island shouldn't risk their safety trying to check out the lava we want to make sure that visitors respect the residents out there and don't go in those areas why they restore their lives and president trump has declared a major disaster in the state this is npr and this is wnyc in new york i'm sean carlson new jersey governor phil murphy's asking for federal aid to help the state recover from this winter's nor'easters nj advanced media reporter jonathan salon says the state needs an estimated twenty million dollars to address the damage done by march storms wolf assaulting for cleaning for getting rid of down trees and clues storms like that you exceed that budget and they don't have any money the new jersey delegation led by senator bob menendez sent a letter to president trump on thursday urging him to approve the governor's request a spokesman for senator menendez says so far there's been no response a brooklyn attorney who is black claims she and her nineteen year old daughter were handcuffed by police after they were falsely accused of shoplifting at williamsburg boutique supporters of the woman held a rally yesterday in front of the armor court vintage fashion store with the incident allegedly happened gotham is reporter john del signore was there and heard from the.
"george segal" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Roller coaster like roller coaster farrah's right uh you're the george segal jewelers incense around you are okay i don't jump into my my and helen hunt at a young helen hunt said richard would mark yet you all the intrepid the intrepid george segal was the uh the raw salving a roller coaster misery a gallup babe are rollercoaster why did you turn the machines off now that brought by borrowers to do i don't helen hug dinner at idea young helen hunt paid to see that were lied movies was it kinda like god davian goliaths uh you gotta remind megan all it that was those animated saying the religious phil boehner are less no wasn't like that and also the really good uh sunday morning shows like a land lamp under my feet and whatever was wi fi was that the dramas with that with sheen you that'd be unused ago i notice a religious he supposed to be christ but i'm join this show went on ten sunday semester that was what it was another one such a good actor that he he made me watch the it was like little a spiritual twilight zones iran yeah but uh boosting up but it but i know this was a it was a witnessing film and i was hired to play uh the guy the christian if you look at your window frankford arose suggests put out the entire cashed odd gained v and gullai archives i is something i ranked it has them in a boss seriousness.
"george segal" Discussed on What It Takes
"A george segal michael singer it was just kind of a tree it was like this rarefied would a world that allowed me to be as creative as i wanted to be to member the first time when when you were very young and he made something in thought wow i can do this i'm no actually it was the other way around my brother and i were pretty competitive with one another he's a poet now language but and since i was two and a half years younger we were she'd always like let's make this and then he would make something it would look really great and i would make something and it would be like someone two and a half years younger and it would be sort of blog i still carry this little wallaby i made he made this perfect precision sheep at every single little clay dot was you know it was perfect in there was my kind of malformed little wallaby i must have been of out i must have been like seven anna it i didn't even occur to me that um i was good at what i would become why do you keep that blob that you made when you're seven ozone wlob it's a little wallaby you know you keep these things you keep with you may that's like i have these like silver little animals that i made that i cast in high school it's like a you give them to the kids amid it's you know my parents fled china they brought almost nothing with them and you know when you come from a situation where your family has fled china they met in the states with absolutely no past i think my mother a twenty dollars seven into her coat to come out to go to scholarships smith and they never talked about their past when we were growing up that you you surround yourself with what your child was in you give that to your kids you'd cheryl that passed with them because it's really important myelin has plenty now to leave her children there are the personal peace.
"george segal" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I watched it i watched the a and i watched it a little bit never was like a regular all viewer of it but i did see several episodes of it and i do remember that it ended in a very weird way right where was like all fantasy of this pre alec one of the doctors had an autistic sign either snow globe snowblower yeah that's not greg ferguson ended a show he contempt the event so i remember the fire the first time i remember seeing denzel and it was his first movie and i remember this i was in high school this may have been before he got st elsewhere or right around like at the beginning of saint elsewhere but his first movie and i and i i remember him in it i'd never heard of before was a movie called carbon copy and it star does george segal who is now on the goldberg's but who like in the '70s you know mid late seventies into the early eighties was this like a a very popular leading man did all kinds of stuff comedies dramas and all kinds of stuff he was just a very he was cast in everything especially in the mid late seventies so this is the plot of the movie and this is why it's called carbon copy uh then zone washington shows up in um george segel's life and claims that he's his son george legal it or george segal is white denzel is not hence why it's called carbon copy and that pretty much right there is the level of of of intelligence that you get from this movie dan can you look up carbon copy i want to say came out in eighty one but it was his first movie and i and i remember seeing denzel on one of.
"george segal" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl
"You know the earl outwit while heavier i got us something so i saw i saw on the sets you had online and in are about the it's okay it's it was only two hours of you know psychotherapy but the so you made a line you said something like oh this is like a fellini film and since we've been talking movies so argue like an art house film buff where he just like an '80s leica popcorn flick type of guy i mean i love a yeah i have a very weird taste in movies like i said i don't think too many people walk this earth saint fifty to pick up as their favorite movie uh another one of my favorite movies and you talked about that special effects but it does i actually did a tweet about it today my retro movie of the of the week is the nineteen seventy seven movie rollercoaster which is an amazing movie given that is is movie that is sky timothy bottoms who goes around the country blowing up rollercoasters and he plays a cat and mouse game with mainly george segal very famous actor and they eat we turned arose bow chemistry they eat they just had great chemistry says very believable there you know uh dialogue and interactions with each other on a too many people remember rollercoaster mainly because it was opened the same week assist star wars alga say seventy seven like a how did he released in seventy seven was like if it wasn't star wars and when cares literally just the worst timing of this movie came down seventy six it would have been ahead you know or or maybe like.
"george segal" Discussed on Denzel Washington Is the Greatest Actor of All Time Period
"A broad stroke about white people need to be killed mmhmm came ideas a metaphor for a certain type of white person now that's not what this movie in the it really is just a good old horror movie and he uses this is a part of the psychological prism that these people have to live and your are which is some usually the best horror movies the best movies in general deal with gender race sex sung being so that we it's not just like a ghost popping out if it has something else which is why the o j simpson tv show was so heat that's why atlanta's so there is because it's not just about her is not just about black people i really appreciate adjourned till i thought i thought oh i can we're in such an interesting time where you have a biracial director like himself in be fun if he's not biracial we should probably look this up no i'm pretty sure because lawyers episode kamau uh just revealed that a george the gall george segal sorry was had died in passing this we're just talking about the rest in peace and he just get moving on and we've got all kinds of tweets actually not that let's let this up if he's biracial because i have a thought which is i'm a pretend like i'm right which is said it i forgive her do something about during pill being biracial being able to be open enough to understand the the dichotomy that exists in the good in the back in the same is true with obama obviously you're and i even think i we i always think about this walking over here my dad like i'm the most militant personal of me but i'm also the most loving put my friend right but my dad even though was a black panther and he was like a part of the civil rights mood he walked with he ask oh yeah my dad he such an interesting but he was still but then he became a news reporter but you know what my dad razmaite he was say you know the thing is life will be so easy if all white people were evil please like that's not the case he's like the truth is you could you could ease yearly say there are all ignorant but the deadly not all you know full and he's like many of them are very good.
"george segal" Discussed on Denzel Washington Is the Greatest Actor of All Time Period
"Yeah he would have made it we would have made it more alquds of the comedy comes out of your awkwardness instead of out of just the discount out of out of these sort of over the top awkward instead of just the fact that i can't these a black man with these white people so in ireland by selling shaken aiding jericho oh yeah are they held him on we made it for you may i it yeah and uh um so it's rate i am but here's the but okay so um i mean i don't look i'm gonna just go and give it a bamboo sold what if i wrote a little later you're afraid of rain of the of the desert saturday was that was feared the did you can you buildings because they were like a rule like dental wasn't moves don't look you've have some highpoints in it and uh boy i am going to give it a this is what he does because we're really all isn't what do you think about it the fun that i they come cram in at the end been president but this is seen as and where george segal helps denzel get away from the police and uh a little bit of a tiny social methods there have was just hanging out someone ron this store in the middle of the day and then the police samih and assumed i did it and i just took off running and it's weird but there are you know but anyway george people helped him escape and then george segal as and when it gets caught and thrown in jail which there's no way.
"george segal" Discussed on Denzel Washington Is the Greatest Actor of All Time Period
"I those auditioning for better movies in the movie exactly uh but when when what's his faith says we really black and white says he is i think the lines that uh the is followed up with he followed up with it he's not black people interior decorator just call history bronze r e know yeah a and let himself down 'cause the guy says replies to him i just as soon as you can compare my car to that boy yes here war on let award while we're going to end so is also has a big deal with the we we just got insidious bet at some point the movie bills about not about white and black it becomes about george segal character early on you find out that he's changed his name from a jewish sat jewish last name to whitney so this evil movie it's not about white black people it's about it really becomes about this dwight jewish man's shame about being jewish and knowing he has to reject his judaism and become a presbyterian in order to become a part of the real white man's world so yeah this is like some eat like the white man who made this is like really like just showing how i i'm the highest thing let me when he wants to be me and so i just thought it was like it's like it's really like this is giving even grocery than you think and then on top of that this is the point the this is why i'm like half of the number shows movie on reruns like i looked up on we could pedia like it does get show that off often like he was shown on comedy central like two thousand eleven brasier yachts it's not available streaming we either oh shut out the buggy senator who loaned me his copy of its four years ago where we started the podcast i just i still haven't lucky thank you yellow shot a bogey senator by his book black hole but you said mr we will see him he's great comedian so but the other thing is is.
"george segal" Discussed on Denzel Washington Is the Greatest Actor of All Time Period
"Now asset gave jamaican ray it's like a caribbean yeah and he you denzel plays a cop and he's just kind of it is a it's a very like i i'll again exciting denzel film chance to get someone to sing the mighty clear ray gave version but i also don't think it's one of his worst perform like that's the only one i'm like i don't know of seattle warn are what's billionaire it's only about hollywood shovel euro how the old big fan i haven't seen in a very long time but i wonder if it railed rallying yeah i wonder if it holds about europe but it does i i think so i mean it's probably dahmer area of it's time time but it was it still it was about it was about black actors getting really specific roles yemen they are capable of doing so much more and it was sort of an indictment of hollywood which for robert townsend was will probably as experience at the time and and just a fascinating i'll a movie in the context of what we're talking about yet which is the denzel essentially can do anything and has been allowed to do almost anything but like four these that you're describing he was like a cop or a lawyer or a or a law earlier he was at the wacky kind of the wacky black sidekick and a couple of the i mean you're via the one i'm about to give you now it's this that you know i think i know which way tie teannati on movie it's called carbon carly coffee and it's him in george segal george segal hole and yeah normally this is denzel first feature film and it's basically this this joints ago plays this uh this corporate executive who discovers he has a black son denzel seventeen year old this he's playing a 17yearold rice riad j three and he shows up on this guy's eid is off his like hey i'm your son yes word i wanna move in with you and george singles world just shatters because of this it's a bizarre i still haven't to episodes ago i i talked about it isolated wants an exact replica of a note.