35 Burst results for "Gilbert"

"Fame's" Irene Cara Joins the List of 'Unknown Illness' Deceased

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:23 min | 5 d ago

"Fame's" Irene Cara Joins the List of 'Unknown Illness' Deceased

"I sat on the other show that we are going to experience a lot of different deaths. I felt a lot of deaths coming. And it wasn't just like COVID related when I said that. Although, you know, obviously COVID has a lot to do with it, but I just said I feel a lot of deaths and then a bunch of people started dying. Comedians die in a Louis Anderson Bob Saget, Gilbert Gottfried. The list was going crazy. Some people tell me, hey, you know, people die. I don't know. I've been a journalist for 30 years, 31 years, 32 years, whatever it is. I'm always reading death notices and what have you. And I just don't remember seeing this many people drop like flies with an unknown illness. You know, Irene Cara, who was such a sweetie pie back in the day. With fame, she dies 63 years old. I know for some of you, that sounds like an old age when you read 30s or so 60. Three, well, she lives a good life. No, I'm 60 now. 63 is going to be her in a second. I don't want to die. I'm sure Irene carrot did neither. So we never get to know these things anymore. Not one person, not one journalist. Can find out if these people who die mysterious deaths were vaccinated. We never get that that bit of information. That would change a lot. Wouldn't it? I mean, probably make a lot of us scared to death facing the future. Those of us who got vax, but what is going on and why don't we get to know? We used to always know when somebody died. Even if it was suicide, they say, took his own life, took her own life, now that stuff is out. That's not do we even know what was in Coolio's system when he dropped that? I mean, I'm sure there were drugs in there. But do we know? Has it been enough time that has passed? So we get to know about the toxicology, I mean, I know you can get toxicology reports back in a couple of days. This is getting ridiculous. God, they do want to do motor vehicle department. It's not that hard to do. No blood type. Like when I go to the hospital, they know what's in my system in an hour. I don't know why these things take 6 weeks.

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Charlie and Andrew Discuss the Arizona Election Results

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:13 min | 3 weeks ago

Charlie and Andrew Discuss the Arizona Election Results

"We had a very long weekend tabulating numbers and streaming late into the evening. And so Andrew, you and I were running the numbers all Sunday. And I found it to be very conservative that Kerry Lakewood breaks 60% in this drop last evening and she got 54.5%. The only explanation is that she lost Independence Day of in Chandler and mesa and in Gilbert were a lot of those ballots came from, including congressional district one in order for this to be as they say it is. It means that Kerry Lake was running behind David Schweikart. She's running behind the congressional candidates, so Andrew, what's your take on all this? Yeah, I mean, I think what I want to say is that we hear you. We're getting all your notes. We're getting all your emails. We're seeing you on Twitter. We're seeing you in the telegram chats. We're seeing you everywhere. I mean, Charlie, I know there's a lot of suspicion out there that there is something untoward happening. And I think I understand that suspicion, we are hearing, however, from people that know what they're talking about, that there are eyes and ears at every step of the process that there are Republican observers literally at every step of the process. Now that being said, you know, you tweeted out something the other day that I thought was profound. If there is the appearance of impropriety, it can be just as damaging as if there is impropriety. So yeah, to your point, a lot of people are suspicious. A lot of people are crunching the numbers. To your credit, it wasn't just you sitting on a back of an envelope doing math during the last couple of days. You've been calling everybody. We've had rich bears. We've been talking to people at the campaign. We've been talking to independent observers and pollsters. Everybody gamed this out that Carrie had a very clear path as a matter of fact. She was after election night and day two, she was the clear favorite, even in the betting markets that reflected it. And yet at every single drop, she missed her Mark just by enough that as this accumulated drop by drop by drop, essentially this path continues to narrow.

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Johnny Depp Will Be Known by the Picture Amber Heard Painted of Him

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:35 min | 3 weeks ago

Johnny Depp Will Be Known by the Picture Amber Heard Painted of Him

"It's gonna be tough, but you're gonna have to try and forget how great he was and Donnie brasco or Gilbert grape or Edward scissorhands or Ed wood or plenty of other films. Now he's gonna be known for what amber's testimony said and her pictures showed and that is a guy who has drugs for breakfast. We've seen the pictures, passes out in his closet for lunch and then beats her up for dinner. How long before you can forget that he used a tampon applicator to snort Coke, or that he sliced off a part of his finger because he thought she was fucking Billy Bob Thornton, and he used that finger to write whore and whatever else on a mirror in the bathroom. He's also the guy who pissed all over the floor trying to write even more hateful words, oh, and did I mention any blue is $650 million fortune. How could we all forget that? And on top of all that, you know, wait, could at least walk away believing that it was amber, whose shit on their bed. Remember that? That's what Johnny claimed. She should on my bed. Well, now we've been told, no, no, it's most likely dog shit from boo. The yorkie. The judge actually said, this is why it's so insane to have court in London. The judge said, boo had an incomplete mastery of her bowels after she had accidentally consumed some marijuana. If that was important to you, who shit on the bed as any type of redeeming fact that you can get that now. Even the dog was shitting on Johnny.

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Raleigh's walk-off homer ends Mariners' long playoff drought

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Raleigh's walk-off homer ends Mariners' long playoff drought

"The Mariners are going to the postseason for the first time in 21 years following a two one walk off win over the a's Mariners manager Scott service We did end the drought tonight This is a very special feeling There's so many kids who grew up in the Pacific Northwest They don't know anything about the mirror saying it's playoffs So now we get to show them Pinch hitter Cal Raleigh ended it with a two out Homer in the 9th inning Raleigh's blast followed strikeouts of Mitch hanker and Carlos Santana by Domingo acevedo Mariners starter Logan Gilbert looked playoff ready limiting the athletics to a run in three hits over 8 innings The M's remain a half game ahead of the raise for the second AL wild card I'm Dave fairy

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Mariners hand Tigers 18th shutout loss, complete sweep

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 months ago

Mariners hand Tigers 18th shutout loss, complete sweep

"Logan Gilbert picked up his 11th win and the Mariners completed a three game sweep by slamming the tigers 7 zero Gilbert allowed two hits and a walk while striking out 9 over 6 innings I felt like I was getting into good parts of the zone too which is the key and then from there it's just kind of reading their swings You don't want to adjust too late if they're starting to adjust to you but it's working you just keep rolling with it Julio Rodriguez and ty France hit back to back homers in the third inning France and Kirk kasali each had two RBIs as the M's one for the 6th time at 7 games The outcome puts the Mariners in a virtual tie with the rays for the first AL wild card at 15 games over 500 I'm Dave ferry

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Kemp scores winning run on defensive misplay, A's beat M's

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Kemp scores winning run on defensive misplay, A's beat M's

"The Mariners four game winning streak has ended with a four three ten inning loss to the a's Tony camp scored the winning run after pitcher Diego Castillo mishandled the high chopper in the tenth inning Camp also provided a two run single in the 5th but a eugenia Suarez tied it with a single only 8 for Seattle Ty France and Adam Frazier lifted sac flies for the Mariners who were tied with the Blue Jays for the first two AL wild card slots Staked to a two zero lead Logan Gilbert saw his winless streak extend to 8 starts I'm Dave ferry

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Michelle Obama 2024? Joel Gilbert and Charlie Discuss

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:20 min | 4 months ago

Michelle Obama 2024? Joel Gilbert and Charlie Discuss

"So I have to tell you the people I really trust for political analysis. They'll all kind of turn around when you ask them about 2024 and they'll lean in and they'll say, but what about Michelle Obama? You see, Michelle Obama seems to be the ex factor. We're told she's the most popular person in America. Before I welcome the film's mastermind, someone I've known for quite a while and we had a phenomenal mutual friend Tom Patrick, May he rest in peace. I want to play cut two 14. Michelle Obama is the most popular woman in America. You know I hate politics. You can forget about the disclaimer. I'm convinced that Michelle Obama is running for president in 2024. Systemic racism pepper spray and rubber bullets on peaceful protesters. She's following the exact same formula that Barack did to become president. Michelle was the keynote speaker at the 2020 Democrat convention, just like Barack was in 2004. Iraq once ran a voter registration organization. Now, so does Michelle. That's how we change America. Salem now dot com. You guys can watch the movie Michelle Obama 2024 with us right now. Is the man behind the film? Joe Gilbert, Joel, good to see you again. Great to be here. Thank you, Charlie. So Joel, I'll give you the floor and then I'm gonna play some devil's advocate and we'll have some fun with it. Why'd you make the film and why do you think Michelle is running in 2024? Well, as you showed in the trailer just now, I think she's following the exact same formula that Barack did to become president of Barack had this voter registration organization. We started in politics called project vote, Michelle started when we all vote, which she was here a few weeks ago in Los Angeles, gave a one hour fiery speech hitting every Democrat talking point. She was the keynote speaker at the 2020 Democrat convention. It's like Barack was in 2004 for John Kerry. That's the slot that they give to the person they think will probably be the nominee. At the next convention, and of course, Barack wrote his book dreams from my father that he based his candidacy on his personal story and Michelle wrote becoming her memoir in 2018. She's still on a book tour for that. So I think she's really following in his

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Joel Gilbert and Eric Discuss One of the Democrats' Biggest Lies

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:53 min | 5 months ago

Joel Gilbert and Eric Discuss One of the Democrats' Biggest Lies

"You actually care about the black underclass in the inner cities in America, you would never ever, ever vote for a Democrat. This is the irony is that the Democrats have somehow been successful in selling the lie that they care about these people when the reality is. And this is the history of the Democratic Party going back to when they were, they were the pro slavery party in the 19th century. Obviously Lincoln rose up first Republican to stand against them. All through their history, they really have been the actual racists, but they have because of principally because of Lyndon Johnson in 65. They've been able to sell themselves as the party that cares for the poor people that cares for the people of color in the inner cities. And you're telling me, again, that we have tons of evidence that the opposite is the case. It's kind of amazing. I'm sorry that most Americans don't know this, but we need to know this. Yeah, well, what they've developed really since the 80s is the very racist idea that if they put as a frontman, someone who looks like them, another black person that black people will assume that the black person on the Democrat party ticket would have their interests and have their back. It's always proving the opposite. Barack Obama did nothing for minorities. Black people. He had to invoke race and drum up the Trayvon Martin thing in 2012 because blacks were even then not on board to vote for Obama again. So this is the concept that they pushed is let's get someone who's a frontman and that's what Michelle Obama did for the University of Chicago medical center. They hired her to keep blacks out of the emergency room because some of them didn't have insurance.

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Joel Gilbert on His New Film 'Michelle Obama 2024'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:52 min | 5 months ago

Joel Gilbert on His New Film 'Michelle Obama 2024'

How YOU Can Be in the Audience for Eric's New Talk Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

How YOU Can Be in the Audience for Eric's New Talk Show

"Hear you're finally shooting in the late night TV talk show pilot. When will it be and how can I get tickets to be in the audience? Okay, I guess this question was also submitted before I mentioned that earlier and I will keep mentioning it. It's a good question. We need we need people to be in the audience. We're very excited. If you sign up to Eric my taxes dot com or Socrates in the city dot com or any of these things, we will be sending you information. But sign up for contacts dot com for the newsletter. That's actually the most important.

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Eric's Thoughts on Elon Musk's Twitter Saga

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:34 sec | 5 months ago

Eric's Thoughts on Elon Musk's Twitter Saga

"Okay, next question, thoughts on Elon Musk withdrawing his offer for Twitter from Twitter. Actually, no, I don't have many thoughts on that. Elon Musk is basically a good dude. And I think he's, you know, he's kind of like Donald Trump in the sense that he's not going to tell you what he's thinking. And so I think we should just, you know, see what happens. But I trust his instincts and I think that he knows what he's doing and we shall see. Yeah, we should trust a billionaire who's made billions to maybe make the right decision

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Gilbert wins 10th, surging Mariners sweep sliding Padres

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 5 months ago

Gilbert wins 10th, surging Mariners sweep sliding Padres

"San Diego loaded the bases in the second inning but Seattle started Logan Gilbert quashed the rally without yielding a run The Mariners answered back with a run in the top of the third and from that point the Padres were chasing the rest of the way Gilbert would only allow one earned run in 5 and a third innings notching his tenth win of the season tying him for the major league lead and moving the Mariners within one game of 500 a Seattle beat the Padres 6 to two San Diego has lost 9 of 12 but remained second in the NL west The Mariners stand second in the AL west I'm Ben Thomas

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Raleigh, France HR, M's win 1st series in Houston since 2018

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 6 months ago

Raleigh, France HR, M's win 1st series in Houston since 2018

"Cal Raleigh and ty France hit home runs in a three run fourth inning helping me Seattle Mariners to a 6 three win over the Houston Astros Seattle trailed three to one when the frame started but Raleigh's two run Homer tied the game and two batters later Francis solo shot put the Mariners on top for good Logan Gilbert won his 6th game of the season holding the Astros to three runs over 6 innings striking out three Jordan Alvarez finished with three hits two RBI and a run scored for the Astros Adam spelling Houston

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Popups become adventures as Mariners beat White Sox 5-1

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 8 months ago

Popups become adventures as Mariners beat White Sox 5-1

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Goodbye to Another Brilliant Comedic Mind, the Great Gilbert Gottfried

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

00:23 sec | 8 months ago

Goodbye to Another Brilliant Comedic Mind, the Great Gilbert Gottfried

"And finally, I want to say, I'm very bummed out that the great comic Gilbert Gottfried has died. This came out of nowhere, man. Just like his pals, Bob Saget, and Louisiana, and not to mention Norm Macdonald, all of these guys were on Gilbert's podcast in the last few years, and it's gonna be so hard to listen to these shows now because Gilbert's gone.

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"gilbert" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

05:53 min | 9 months ago

"gilbert" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"Be. I mean, there are other reasons why people can be a bit resistant to find it difficult. For example, individuals who are very competitive and feel the driving and succeeding and so forth, they can be a little bit cautious about compassion because they think, well, yeah, but maybe I'm going to lose my ambition, not going to lose my edge. And so on. You can have all kinds of other reasons why people will struggle with compassion, but generally the ones that really struggle are the ones that have had childhood difficulties. But other people can have difficulties too with compassion. What is the move when you're confronted with one of these difficulties such as the arising of ancient trauma or the arising of resistance based in ambition? Those are two separate questions that I suspect two separate sets of tools you want to use to help people get over these humps and you can take it in whatever order you would like. But what do you do when people bump up against these challenges? A number of different things. One is really clarification about what we mean by a compassion because there is quite a lot of different views about what compassion is. Now, in our approach to compassion, we have an evolutionary approach, and we help clients recognize that caring behavior evolved over hundreds of millions of years. And basically, it's an algorithm, and in the attachment system, what happens is that the mother evolves a capacity to be sensitive to the needs and distress of their infant, whatever species it is. That sensitivity then triggers behavior. So for example, if the infant could be a bird or a monkey or whatever. If that input needs feeding and the mother will feed it, if it needs rescuing, the mother will rescue it for the distress scholars because it's cold and needs thermal regulation and the mother will take it close to its body. So caring behavior then involves this capacity to be sensitive to signals of distress and need. And we know that that evolved with a whole series of physiological systems to deal with what is called the vagus nerve, which is part of your autonomic nervous system. But also that once you are sensitive and triggered, then you also have to behave appropriately. Now, one of the interesting things about that is that if you kind of look at that process of what caring is about, the sensitivity to distress to triggers appropriate behavior to alleviate and prevent it. That algorithm can actually be quite complex. So you wanting to help people firstly recognize how are you sensitive to your stress? Are you able to be empathic to it? And we also highlight the fact that actually the two key things of compassion are courage and wisdom because without courage, you're not going to go anywhere near distress. Are you? I mean, so if you think about a firefighter, for example, who is sensitive to distress and will go and rescue people, they need both wisdom and courage. So where's the encourage really central to what compassion is? So helping people understand that is really quite crucial. So having them understand there's two aspects to congression, firstly, how they are sensitive to their suffering and needs or difficulties, and then how they work out the wisdom of what's going to be helpful to them. So the point is compassion can't be unhelpful because that wouldn't be very wise. If I see somebody fall into a fast flowing river and I think I'm a save them, so I jump in. So that's okay, but then I can't swim and I've got my wallet to do it so I think like a stay and that's not very helpful. So courage without wisdom can be reckless and wisdom without courage can be ineffective. And so we have quite a lot of discussions around this issue. We use examples of a firefighter or somebody fighting injustice. What combines all of these activities is the motivation to address suffering. At that motivation has to be based on courage and wisdom. So we do quite a lot of that stuff with people. And help them understand that, okay, so what would be the courage and wisdom of compassion that would actually help you be at your best, right? Be your sharpest. If you want to be ambitious, you're most ambitious. But at the same time have an ambition, which is not about harming others in CFT, you have to also be aware of your impact on other people, which is very crucial. So it's not just about you pursuing your own ambition, but the consequences of your ambition on other people. So from our point of view, it courage and wisdom of the two things we really promote and CFT. And that tends to get around some of the confusions about what compassion is. Well, at least stay with the ambitious person because I can identify. To drill down on this a little bit, somebody comes to you and says, I get it. I'm beating myself up and it's degrading my resiliency. It's degrading the quality of my life. I'm taking it out on other people. It's putting me frequently into what a friend of mine calls the toilet vortex where mean to myself and that I mean to other people and because our relationships are so important, meaner to myself and the meaner to other people and then down you go. So I get it. I get what you're saying, doctor Gilbert, but I need this self laceration because I have a really competitive career and if I take my foot off the gas, if I stop liberally applying the internal cattle prod, my competitors will eat me alive. What do you say in those moments? That's the brilliant example because that's exactly the kind of thing that happens. And people think that if they stop being critical, they will take their foot off the pedal, right? And say part of what we help people realize is that's actually not the case. Now, if you're forgiven me, I can take you through a little example of this. So we would say to people, okay, so look, I'll tell you what. Tell us one of these things, right? That you're critical about let me say, okay, I would like you to spend a little.

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Jalen Hurts has 3 TDs, Eagles come back to beat Washington

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Jalen Hurts has 3 TDs, Eagles come back to beat Washington

"The the eagles eagles are are among among the the NFC's NFC's seven seven and and seven seven teams teams after after winning winning for for the the fourth fourth time time in in five five games games twenty twenty seven seven seventeen seventeen over over Washington Washington Jaylen Jaylen hurts hurts was was terrific terrific in in his his first first game game back back from from an an ankle ankle injury injury completing completing twenty twenty of of twenty twenty six six passes passes for for two two hundred hundred ninety ninety six six yards yards and and a a touchdown touchdown the the U. U. is is very very fundamental fundamental to to been been back back on on the the field field in in the the winter winter which which we we need need it it you you know know first first division division went went on on for for this this football football team team this this year year can can come come at at a a better better time time he he also also ran ran for for a a pair pair of of one one yard yard scores scores setting setting a a single single season season team team record record for for touchdowns touchdowns by by a a quarterback quarterback with with ten ten Philadelphia Philadelphia finished finished with with two two hundred hundred thirty thirty eight eight yards yards rushing rushing sign sign just just Friday Friday by by Washington Washington Gary Gary Gilbert Gilbert completed completed twenty twenty of of thirty thirty one one passes passes for for one one hundred hundred ninety ninety four four yards yards I'm I'm the the ferry ferry

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Scientist behind UK vaccine says next pandemic may be worse

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Scientist behind UK vaccine says next pandemic may be worse

"One one of of the the scientists scientists behind behind the the oaks oaks with with AstraZeneca AstraZeneca cove cove in in nineteen nineteen vaccine vaccine is is warning warning that that the the next next pandemic pandemic may may be be worse worse professor professor Sara Sara Gilbert Gilbert says says unless unless more more money money is is devoted devoted to to research research and and preparations preparations to to find find emerging emerging viral viral threats threats the the next next virus virus attack attack could could be be more more contagious contagious and and lethal lethal in in excerpts excerpts released released ahead ahead of of a a speech speech Gilbert Gilbert says says the the scientific scientific advances advances made made in in fighting fighting deadly deadly diseases diseases must must not not be be lost lost due due to to the the cost cost of of fighting fighting the the current current pandemic pandemic and and she's she's expected expected to to say say could could be be nineteen nineteen is is unlikely unlikely to to be be the the last last time time a a virus virus threatens threatens our our lives lives and and our our livelihoods livelihoods I'm I'm Charles Charles through through this this month month

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TikTok rescue: Girl got help using silent distress signal

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

TikTok rescue: Girl got help using silent distress signal

"Distress signals made popular on tick tock help save a girl who is being held captive in Kentucky the sixteen year old was reported missing in Asheville North Carolina two days later deputy Gilbert asegurado with the laurel county sheriff's office in Kentucky told WHAS an alert driver call nine one one from a local interstate to say he saw a girl with her hands straight up then you Tucker the man and all four fingers over that time and back and forth the driver recognized it from tick tock as a plea for help from domestic violence the caller followed the car and stayed with it until police could get there the victim vehicle got off at exit forty one our guys were like not the top of the ramp a sixty one year old was arrested police say a cell phone found in the man's possession had images that allegedly portrayed a juvenile female in a sexual manner I'm a Donahue

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"gilbert" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"gilbert" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Oh well i you know. I guess a car fifty four. We're going to car fifty four. I'm gonna take the twilight zone. Oh excellent excellent. Leave crosses over from the fifties. If i'm not mistaken but there you go on that one. Let me see rod. Serling stowed are on. The wane. Did would take the i would take the twilight zone Or flipper one of those two would would you take ninth gallery. I gallery also not the sixties Let's see i'm going to get to one or two more as we rented a time and gilbert has a party to attend because he's that popular. I'm i live a celebrity. Hi yes Let's see my son. And i have watched the old universal movies monster movies from andrew mccallum. I already did that. One noises tavira. I have a six year old. And i've slowly started. Introducing him to the universal films like he enjoyed abacus. Meet frankenstein until the wolfman started chasing them and then he got scared. I also bought pete. Von shali's history of monsters. Pull out book. Yes we'll shout out. A great book on my question is what would you recommend as a kid friendly horror movie aside from the nightmare before christmas. Well you know. I've been in cash delo. Certainly but he got that. Yeah yeah many men monster party. Oh yes yes yeah. That's that's a. That's an odd one now. That was karloff and also fills stiller. I think was in that that sounds right. Yes i believe that's right. Let me see. I'm winding down Mark schatzberg did Gilbert ask harvey miller for any great odd couple stories when he was shooting bad medicine. No i should have. But i never did that. One i kick myself about and he would have been a great podcast. Guest died before you're on would have been a great podcast guests. Yeah he was a he was a wonderful character..

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"gilbert" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"gilbert" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"He knew harlan ellison legendary writer with a continuous ripped cantankerous reputation. It's not easy to say. I always love watching him. What else can he always seemed to speak from the heart. What was the what was he like. Do you have any stories about him. I don't have a lot of stories. I didn't know harland well. I spent two famous days with him. I knew him. I met him through len wean late. Great Comic book writer and creator of wolverine and other wonderful characters. Harlan took a shine to me. He liked me. And i was lucky. and and i made him laugh which was a great honor. I spent thanksgiving with him. I had a couple of phone conversations with him. I didn't get to know him. Well he a little bit enough to be thrilled by it and he would have been terrific guests on this show. Yeah bob silva aloha boys and darah. Do you remember the first movie you ever saw a theater. I think we've covered this before. I think mine. Speaking of john davidson. I think mine was a disney movie. Called the happiest millionaire owe with. I think i think leslie and warren comes to mind. I don't. I remember really early pictures that i saw but i can. I think well. I know i saw. I don't think it was the first move. We're ano- so the incredible mr limpid. While that's yeah that's what sixty sixty five sixty six sixty seven anti may have movie before. Then and i may have seen one of those horrible bob hope movies. Oh that's right. We talked about that was it was. It was it as paradise. Cancel my reservation. One of those are. Did i get a wrong number one of those movies like even when you're two years old watching it you're gonna want the fuck don. Simon wants to know if these are great questions by the way we have to thank everybody for these as we wrap up wind down. If each of you could have lived a life of one of your podcast guests. Who would that have been in. Why i know mine would jimmy webb. Because.

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"gilbert" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"gilbert" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Pick for quick fan favourite impression. Chikako dice marks. You remember any of that. Well i don't remember it. Let me Dry jake why do your pile all mole. That's a he's just invented another character. I matt rollings. I hope you get my old boss. Songwriter mike stoler mike store on the show. While we'd love to have. Mike store lots of stories about elvis and the colonel and jerry lieber jerry lieber hanging up on the rolling stones lebron stoler we would love to have him put us in touch. Matt he is a genuine legend. We love song writers on this show as as we have said Let's see as a j feldman. I just finished reading both cliff. Nestor offs and howard storms books. Both funny books. They overlapped wonderfully. I heard you comment about several comics. Who were simply. Sob's referring to danny kaye. And joey bishop likewise the renumber who could be counted on his manches many to list. My question is this. Do you think the sob's might have been so Or had difficult personalities do they're having been Pathologically insecure all. I'm sure of course insecurity and comedy. Yes now what are you speaking of sir. I'm yes i mean. We are not qualified. Here we are not doctors. Gilbert has played one yes. He's played swing dentist at least white what we are. We are not qualified to To do psychological assessments of of Of these difficult personalities zoran some marga. There's a name that the bride of dracula salon ransom marga does gilbert know the lyrics to the theme song of my mother. The car you know. Do you know that one. Would you settle for fifty four instead. Zoran 'cause gilbert can do that. One day is holed up in the bronx brooklyn broken out and fights traffic jam in holland..

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"gilbert" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"gilbert" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Well harris. We'll harris's a fan of the show and a terrific writer and interviewer. He does random roles for the av club. They're great how gilbert ended up doing the. Clint eastwood impression. He's credited as a tough guy vocal. You know where. I'm going with this skill on a song called make my day man called z's ee. All my god. I have vague recollections of that. Yeah it's on youtube it's a it's it's you. It's it's some strange kinda. I don't know if it's a hip hop record but it's got you in the background going. Make my day doing this weird. Clint eastwood thing. Wow you got paid. Vague memories with my agent john. Ray here's the setup. Gill james mason is having difficulty landing any acting roles so to make ends meet. He tries his hand at standup. Gilbert helps them by letting them use his bengals. Ara joke during open mic night. So he he wants you to hear. He wants to hear ben. Jesus christ to long bit. Maybe you could do the punchline as asks mason. And and they're leeann says bren..

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"gilbert" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"gilbert" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"That is a hard offer to turn down. Yes in america. You buy take us in russia that guy you write a country in america you'll show in rush here the show i jus you off is the same as arnold hor shak i have you met yakov smirnoff and he said you need god's about god formula l. chen moran moran jamaran. Sorry i'm laughing too much to see the page jair short jeremy assume question for both gilbert and are there any recent films. You've enjoyed recent. I guess he means after nineteen seventy-four. Yes oh my god. Oh my god. Last night i was at a party and there were these two young guys there. I know like late teens early twenties. And i mentioned to them they would sorta talk to me and i mentioned like i really like old movies. And they said that they like old movies too and particularly the movies from the nineties while that hurts. Yes that is. I'll be in pain with that for the rest of my i used to listen to. Cbs fm. which is an oldies station. Yes my whole life. It was playing sixties. Oldies yet. Tune into cbs fm. And you would hear jailhouse rock. And you'd hear some seventies but mostly you'd hear the big bopper and you'd hear well that's fifties but you'd hear you'd hear a lot of sixties pop music top forty. It's now eighty the always now considered oldies on. Cbs fm. and i'm completely depressed. And when when these guys said old movies from the ninety dagger in your heart so turner. Classic movies is going to be doing a dedication to the nineties. Every now and then turner. Classic movies runs more modern movies. Yeah it's listen. This is changing times. We're the only ones lost in one thousand nine hundred fifty seven. Yes yes recent films i mean. I don't see many recent films because most of the movies that i have time to watch are movies that i'm doing podcast research. Like i just re watched burster macleod. Because we had john chuck on the show. And i'll watch a bunch of richard benjamin stuff because he's coming back. I did love joe. Rabbit movie from i think twenty nine thousand nine scored by our pal. Michael makino i thought that was a brilliant comedy that that Manage to handle dr the darkness and the light seamlessly. because it's about nazis. Yeah really beautifully. Done and i watch a lot of television. A fargo on fx in which is a brilliant last time. I you sat in the movie theater. God the last movie theater. The last movie i went to it may have been a screening. It may have been. Wj screening but a movie where. I bought a ticket. Nope gioja rabbit. Yeah i sorta screening a so that a a guild screening. i can't. I can't remember which is which shame on us because we're the guys here sitting here talking about extolling the virtues of movie theaters movie theaters eight. It's sad but they're just dead has been in manhattan virtually..

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"gilbert" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"gilbert" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Little device and i have walked out of the cab forty times and left wonder how many credit cards are lost in cad. A lot i've left Before i had a proper iphone. I had the little flip phones and i left. Probably twenty of those in taxicabs and on buses. My wife has bought me. Dozens of scarves that i've left on buses. I lose things. And i can't remember where i place things and it really drives me crazy. The old classic are enbrel umbrellas. I've gone through one hundred umbrellas in the last decade as a leak. You and i. We should not live together. We would both be oscar david mcconnell. Hey how do you guys spend your time aside. From what time. Aside i ask and gilbert. How many gigs do you take on a month. And then how do you handle the responsibilities of parenting. Is darren nearby to hear this because we swear the fifth amendment spots abilities. Funniest thing i ever heard marcus gilbert. If you could remake any moving no matter what genre what would you choose. Wow seek assistance. That thing you know you hate when they remake a great movie this but it would be nice if they could take a total bomb and remake. What about skidoo on. Yeah that could positive at any chance off. There's no there's nothing value. I think i think in the right hands Jerry lewis movie out. God i forget jerry lewis's what latter day one. Yes the that. No one's ever seen smorgasbord. No quietly working. No no the one now. Lost one cloud cry day. The clown cried. I think in the right hands. That could be a good movie. While the roberto boninni movie life is beautiful. isn't that in the same realm. I yeah would you always got me. It's like people always made fun of the fact that jerry lewis is beloved by the french and looked upon as genius even though he's just some goofy stupid comic and then He comes here and he. America makes him the next charlie. Chaplin strange unfair. Yeah unfair and also he adds frank. Did you know there was an old silent. Movie studio on east fifteenth and avenue m in brooklyn. Did you know this skill. How about that well. There were silence. Studios all over. Brooklyn and queens. Yeah you know in in the day. I don't know that specific one cliff cliff. Nestor office as your man. On that gregory ward were gill. What did the owner of my local comedy club in springfield have on you to convince you to come here in springfield missouri and should say springfield mo and frank. When are you coming to visit to branson recruit some of the local talent if you make it here yakov. Smirnoff tickets are on me..

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"gilbert" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"gilbert" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"I got manager. I got an agent. wrote things. random jobs like that larry. Bud melman thing that billy martin roast and all kinds of odd jobs and commander usa and a lot of cartoons and and a lot of freelance gigs. And it's a very very long convoluted story. That drags out over thirty years so again. Dm me on patriotic facebook. And we'll talk about it. I can go into great detail of my my horror stories and and good and bad stories over the years. Read hawkins for gil if you could choose one gill would you take. Would you out on a date. Be bene- derek. Francis or frank eighty. Do we know who. Frank katie was he was. He was mr drucker on greenacres. Well frank galahad frank brady had some great legs. Did i have to. I am fascinated by francis. Bobby yeah yeah i. I really think a movie should be made about her. Are you a cat person that you're interested in france. all yes. She became a crazy cat woman. Then she moved out of hollywood to some other state and and that was to escape from hollywood and yet being in another state made her a much bigger star in that state. because like in hollywood. You know you'll see kirk. Douglas and marilyn monroe walking down the street and but she was in one of these states. You don't see anybody so it was like. Oh my god. This is his and be sure fisher to small pond peak in her window and everything. I do a movie of our life. Okay gilbert gottfried wants to produce the francis Story for lifetime. Maybe maybe we could do it with here. Girl who in and i still can't pronounce their names. Larry carrizo ski. Yes got out. You can't pronounce. Scott alexander got alexander. I can work on scott. Scott larry we have their emails. We're going to write them. Tell we're going to tell them to start working on the francis. Bobby movie yes. Yeah then you'd late late in her life she finally she did call and talk to andy griffiths because the two of them. Yeah that's what i hear. That's what i hear okay. So the answer is you're going francis bobby four frank. What with your photographic memory. What is the one thing you have trouble remembering people's names now. I remember everybody's names phone numbers car keys wallet. I am the kind of left brain right. Burn rate right brain person. Where i can remember. You know the the ninth build person you know in a tv movie from nineteen seventy-three with ruth gordon. But i can't remember where my keys are or where i put my wallet. I'm i'm the exact same way. Somebody said to go where they asked me a question. And i had no idea and it was a simple question. And he says you you know who directed a film from nineteen twenty. That said about on. Now this. No i can. I can give you the entire cast of tidal wave. The lorne greene alphabet ical order. What i leave credit cards in cabs taxicabs now you pay with a credit card you slide in and it sits in the.

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"gilbert" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"gilbert" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Yes he says i was. I was the box office. Treasurer laurence says and i was at the window. When gilbert showed up for his first rehearsal he was so shy and quiet. I didn't recognize him at a week later. He was stage doing a bit about trying to fuck pearl. Said it can't rolling off and wild this from dan fisher Who does some great photoshop. Work on. Behalf of the podcast. Some great stuff on facebook gill. I've met you a few times. You will not remember. I am a prop master for film and tv. And i used to work on. Mtv's live spring break broadcast. Yeah did you have any memories of doing live. Bits among throngs of drunk horn college students. I will. I remember doing a lot of you. Know like Why was that that place in florida that most of those would done. Oh god i guess orlando or orlando. Yeah and and i. And i remember being unfortunately the horny parts i never experienced. He didn't get fringe. Benefits other guest was getting laid left and right and i hear stories like oh god remember that spring break. Everybody was getting laid there and i go a were while. Knock on my horn works go. You don't know how to wheel your celebrity. I know i was always terrible. That i i i been for years. I've done shows where where a girl will. Fuck the opening act. Because she's impressed that he was the opening act for me. But i can't figure out how to do. Well there you go. He doesn't he doesn't have any specific memories. Yeah yeah. I remember getting lucky. He remembers yes..

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"gilbert" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"gilbert" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Baretta our pal if you two were on jeopardy and the category was pre nineteen eighty films. Who would win. What do we think of that gil. Oh that's an interesting one. Yeah i would i. They'd have to ask us to be on. You been approached by celebrity. No but i will say one thing one time. They asked the question on jeopardy where i was the answer. Was that the one about the podcast. I forget what it was. The podcast was one about the podcast. A few years and and and i so excited because i heard ahead of time and then there was some terrorist attack on some museum. A library sitting there Yeah see and ever. Since then i hated. The al qaeda wasn't the that was the only reason that was the that was the podcast question. Yes i have it on my screen here somewhere. Was he interviews. He interview celebrities in his inimitable. Voice yes on the amazing colossal podcast. Yes but it didn't. It didn't air. I had the dvr ready to go as well. Second part of gene's question. Would you guys be willing to do a season of wife. Swap gilbert and dera been there already i. I swapped wives with alan thicke. Yes yes and that was a very fortunate day for yeah. I think darah would only be interested if someone could cook if i could cook for her that way. Yes i do like to cook. And she That that has appealed to her. Gilbert would have to learn my wife's name. I not a given. Yes is her name is doodle turtles. Yes he keeps calling genevieve probably on fifteen or twenty occasions time. We were sharing a cab together and she said hey gilbert what's my name and he said i know your name and she said what is it and he said tools i i. I'm one of those people. Like i can work with someone for fifty years. Oh we know that about yeah. Yeah and then go to the mendham. Comeback and not know who that person is sitting. And i said to henry gross. How long do you think after the show. This show wraps one day down the road. How long will take gilbert to. Forget who i am and henry said. I don't think he knows who you are now. And it's been seven years. John zito's ait oh pre pandemic. How often did each of you go to see live theater. In new york. Gilbert does not go to live theater that costs money. What have been your favorite or most memorable theater going experiences. Well then the days. When you were working the broadway as i used to work the concessions and the theater selling candy and t shirts and i saw richard burton inequities and end when richard burton was off for a week. Anthony perkins inequities. While i saw a manner of gravity with katherine hepburn and christopher reeve.

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"gilbert" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"gilbert" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"I was a very young writer and Had an agent at william morrison junior agent and he said they're roasting billy martin the old yankees manager. Yes and they have calvert have him signed to be one of the roasters but he has to play a character remember. we were talking about. Yes how they would bring out colombo young or norton kearney as yard. Yeah so larry. Or calvert. Had to play billy billy martin's i literally coach and they put him in an ill-fitting baseball uniform and i had to write the jokes. You can find that somewhere. I guess it's on its availability. Martin roast our friend josh chambers. If the podcasts were to start up their own pizza store franchises gilbert what suitably fem- celebrity pies might be on the menu. Well i guess the cesar romero pie with our slow aaron ryan chimes into say the alan ladd pie with extra chicken. You simply go to chicago coach. You hope that story is true. Eight has yeah. It's it's one of those stories even if it's not true it's true. Yeah should we get junior on the show and asked him about it back. That won't go. Well jeff mouse. Ma us or moss assume mouse. What are some deep. Research anecdotes franken share. What our standard strategies that. Go beyond the average google search. What is the furthest you have gone for this. Lengthy of gun to get some stories The the research goes way beyond google. What i do. Is i find old interviews with with With some of these people it could be things that could be obscure things from college newspapers or old radio interviews. They've done or print interviews. They've done for magazines and periodicals. That are out of print. You find the gems in there. If there's a book. I read the book if there's a documentary. I watched the documentary other times. It's just things that. I've accumulated information that i've picked up over the years. What reaons gordon me. I try to find the correct for yes. Guilty works with ray-ban for months on finding the correct pronunciation of the name. Yeah there are things. I think of an example of david zucker from airplane and the naked gun and i didn't even know if this found its way into the show but i was reading an old interview in a college newspaper with him and i found that that kentucky fried theater i think it was one of the one of the first performances of kentucky fried theater in madison wisconsin. There was a fire. There was some anecdote. And i i. I remember writing that down thinking. Nobody has ever asked him about this. Because it's it's thirty. Five years ago. I do these kind of deep dives into the past and i find i find little oddities josh abalon or a balon frank. Any stories of your time writing for commander. Usa do you remember that..

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"gilbert" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"gilbert" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"I remember being up at like one o'clock in the morning because they were having the original invisible man on and my mother woke up and came in first. She told me to go to sleep. And i said no. I want to watch this movie. And then she made me a plate of crackers and butter. Oh that's nice. It's a nice story. Yeah i always remember that. I do have a memory. This is a silly story of wanting to stay up and making a stink. Because i wanted to watch the follow up of batman called bat girl. I thought there was a bat girl series and my mother kept trying to get me to go to bed and she kept yelling at me. It's that girl that url. There's no show back girl that girl created by our pal. Bill persky jesse herman. I was listening to an episode of mark marins podcasts where he discussed doing a live show with gilbert and larry bud melman also noticed as calvert deforest marcus grab calvert has neurotic unsure of himself and a bit queenie how it gave gilbert you have any memories of this show. Frank i know you worked with calvert experimental. You're saying you wrote rose material for him. I did but i did not meet the man. Did you have experiences. Yeah i met him like you know once at twice and what was this show. It doesn't say says you. You and bill larry. Bud melman were on together. Yeah i just know. i don't remember. Actually i do remember meeting him. Everybody i talked to him on the phone briefly and he he. There was a real sweetness to him. Yeah he was an ear. What was funny about him. And what was funny about how you know. Letterman knew that it's like he was just funny on his own. Yes eight not being funny. I believe he was discovered by Steve steve wigner and karl tatum. Excuse me who were to letterman writers on the old show. This may go back to the morning show in fact i'm not sure maybe not maybe the early days of of of late night. He was just apparently he was discovered. He was a a kind of an amateur actor actor and he was discovered as working as a receptionist someplace. I sometimes pop up in some amateur move shannon. Andy down i i. Yeah i remember how the letterman show. They would make these. You know stuff for him to say that may know. Send it so brilliant. In that way. I think it was king of the z's i think they made a mock documentary. And they cast larry while he wasn't larry but than i think he was calvert as some corn of some kind of samuel z are. Cough a movie impresario. That's my memory. I wrote for him..

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"gilbert" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"gilbert" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Yes we had to start a social media campaign and then out of the blue a writer. I work with on the view. His cousin patrick mccarthy. I'll shout out. Thank you patrick. And i'll shut christian mckiernan. My co writer at the view was working on a project with a. I think sean astin and volunteer to ask sean. And then we try and through. Sean got mackenzie astin. And that's how we we war. John astin down and got him on and he had a great time. Recently i got A vide- cameo our request and it was shoved from sean astin. Oh he's a fan. Yeah okay now. We got a book sean. Astin on we have to absolutely. We'll do that in the fall for sure and shawn. Mackenzie really came through for us with with john a lot of times. It happens where not necessarily that. People who've been reluctant to do the show busy or distracted or they've never done a podcast then they do it and hopefully it's a rewarding experience for them and good i think dick van dyke didn't say yes right away that's true too. And then he did it and he was story. Lisa land and scotland. Our friends helped without one immeasurably. We thank them. In fact that episodes up now for the fourth of july as we're recording this george segal. We never got you know. There are people who slipped through the cracks. Yeah george siegel that was. We tried so hard. Richard kind tried for us to alice. Cooper is a white whale. that's out. Yeah that we keep trying to get of but but there are people. I never thought we'd book like alan. Arkin and malcolm mcdowell you know my god. Yeah and and bruce stern and so we were successful in and and dick van. Dyke gilbert mentions one so we keep trying we keep pushing we keep pressing. Joe also writes. Was the most difficult person you've had to deal with while working on the view. Well besides gilbert whose impact. The an intolerable diva. I i will i will. I will turn that question around by mentioning people who are delight to work with on the view. Because i'm not gonna tell tales out of school. But i will say well. Our net was a joy. At anthony anderson qigong keegan michael key. I write these little backstage..

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"gilbert" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"gilbert" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"There's a commonality. There's a common spirit there when we booked musicians. Obviously because it's this show we try to find people who are funny and we've done very well with mel mel brooks. I heard When he would read people for pardon is heavy. he'd want to hear them sink. Yes i've heard this ad because it's like you know he felt like if you're a great comedian really good. You have a sense of music. That's interesting yeah. We've talked about like the mocks brothers. Who and benny. yes yes. Victor borge many others jeffery bender gilbert and frank. When you were starting out in your career did you have a mentor or someone who helped influence you and can you recall any advice. That stuck besides gino. Have you had a mentor about. Yeah i never. I've get a lot. But i don't remember ever having a mentor. Yeah i didn't. I didn't have many myself. A gentleman named jack mendelsohn. Who was a writer. One of the writers on the beatles yellow submarine movie Was very gracious and generous to me in la and also the the late. Great herp sergeant of of the original saturday night live and i've i've had. I've had a handful of older writers who've been good to me and Berry sikanda my first manager. Franken and davis has manager michael. O'donoghue manager. I try to return it when i can. I try to give back. Pay it forward as they say to younger writers. So no mentors gill. No now. you're selling made your self made man that try chris. Claremont who's who's a marvel comics writer. Legendary marvel comics writer. Told me when i was a kid my first comic book convention. He he pulled me aside and said don't go into comic books. That was that was that was advice. Stack it was okay to chris. Torino mike frank. We've followed gilbert's career for years but outside of you occasionally saying that you work on the view Can you tell us a little bit more about yourself in your career in showbiz quickly. That is a long long answer. I've done a lot of strange things. I've written for a lot of A million comedians and actors cartoon shows mad magazine might my experiences at tops writing bazooka. Joe comics we've discussed on this show many award shows and roasts even some with gilbert over the years and i won an emmy recently which is a nice thing. Wow gal -gratulations thank you. I'll throw that out there. And i five written for..

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"gilbert" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"gilbert" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"We don't give up. Gene-o salamo never surrenders. So thank you. Thank you got a lot. I got a lot of emails. Gilbert loves to thank gino so gina gina was really nice guy persistent but a nice guy gave the f. one for the have one one relative joke. I got a lot of them. That the one. I think that people reacted the best to was my uncle. Bill does oversee my uncle johnny john. What's happening just. I'm trying to sell my car. Nobody's buying it. Is that many miles you got on it. They got one hundred and twenty six thousand miles on it. He said johnny. Nobody's going to buy a car with one hundred twenty six thousand miles on you. Know what you gotta do is a car in good shape. Yeah 'cause in pretty good. Shape says lower the odometer. You know how to do that. Just lower that oh dominator you lower the dominate. You sell your car so okay comes back the next week and see well johnny sell. Your car is in. i'm not going to sell. It only got thirty two thousand miles on it you go. It's not quite false teeth in the vagina. I gave you bring back conard. You can do the false t. I did do that. Whole steve okay. That's number one. That's the first year you are. Welcome here anytime. We're we're we're so glad that it finally happened. No is great on the most resourceful guest we've ever had which we appreciate and again we appreciate david at at patches sound gilbert if you have no other offensive material share although you are talking to the man who offended jack ruby. Yeah don't ever say tits in front of jack ruby. all right. what do we think gottfried all gays. I'm gilbert godfrey just been gilbert godfrey jr amazing colossal podcast with my co host. Frank santo padre. We've been talking to miss that cut. Tare gabe kaplan and the guest. I worked with for a change on this day and show gave a pleasure as it was eight years ago or nine years ago whenever we did that gig right. It was a lot of fun guys. I think i wrote you too. Many eliot spitzer joke. So i think i use one fourteen i of my life story. We appreciated appreciated this. A lot in the fans are going to love it and honestly come back anytime right. Well you got a door policy here on this show. Okay bell. Thank you i got. I got a great story about dr mud. Lincoln joke see you next week. All.

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"gilbert" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"gilbert" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"And every time the guy guy was here. The fantasticks fantastic. Are we out of question. I we could be. I want to say one thing dick and the and your book and your new book which again we should plug keep moving. And what's full. Keep moving tips and truths about aging. They never will use my titles. I wanted to call how to act when you're circling the drain. And i like that. Yeah is that a better title. I said it'll be very short book. Keep moving. That's what it's about a sat down started to write with with todd. My school writer and a lot of stuff came out. I was surprised once. I got on a rule thought i had other in particular. There's a passage in the book where you're talking about the importance of of younger generation sitting and listening to the stories of older generations. That's right then they don't know it's it's it's one of the reasons that gilbert and i put this show together is to hear those stories. They don't venerate anymore. The who has a song. I hope i die before i get old. Yeah that's it. It's so bad. Because i try to tell them. It's a great time of life. I'm having best time ever a beautiful young life. I say every day. I'm on podcast. Yes you got. You got to harmonize with gilbert godfrey a rare privilege. Thanks thanks for sharing your story. We're we're very grateful. Are there any quick tips. You can give us getting older gracefully. Don't ever start going down the stairs. Sideways people favored their knees. That starts the back. And that's when everything starts to go they don't go down the stairs sideways. I see even if it hurts a little. Go down the stairs front ways. I mean that's real advice you'll you'll find out this. Does dick have one more. Soggy them to take us out. You were singing a song right before we were recording. Oh no you were seeing actually of old things a billy joel song. All we were sitting in new york state of mind. Oh yeah i. I don't know i just be but i think it's a heck of a song you just did for your birthday party with the flash mob. What what what what do they do. We do super califat. You initially didn't. We know you did go. You also did go. Fly a kite. Oh where tuppence for paper and string. You can have your own set of wings with your feet on the ground your robert in flight with your fist holding tight to the the to the swing of your kite too high. Oh let's go fly a kite up to the highest height. Let's go fly kites and send it soaring. Why am i doing this on my own range. And this is ridiculous task you and you could tell me to go at myself. You're not gonna ask him to trip over the ottoman or you know. Could you show me any dance moves. No i don't. I don't know any standard anything i do. What the choreographer tells me so. I think we should ended with us. Shaking base part you know. The classic super cal fredge. You wanna do that this verse. Yes yes okay. Can we say the lower holding some fixing this time. okay. I'll try chupak callo fragile. Xp does the sound of it as something quietly rose. If you say it loud enough you'll always sound super mccallum. Fred can't be though good. Oh key god. I think jimmy sweep south thank you i just sang with. Dick van dyke. Oh hot damn. I think i came. Oh folks we're late lord. I'm gonna throw my pants in the wash. And i'm going to say this is been gilbert godfrey amazing colossal podcast with my co host. Frank santo padre. And we've been talking to the great take vandyke. Thank you welcome on again. We should rehearse gender at three or four days and on again and outcome can't okay. I really appreciate you coming out to my house trout like a party. Thanks thank you my pleasure. Your sweet as a thoroughbred replied on our borders.

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"gilbert" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"gilbert" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Taking one week off just a week for the fourth of july holiday after all this is a nostalgia show and summer reruns or something. We all grew up with so but we are running a very very special encore presentation this week. And that's a show from way back in two thousand sixteen which was kind of a turning point. Show certainly a turning point booking. We've talked a lot about how the show was how it began as a large really for gilbert and for me at. We did the early shows at his kitchen table. Mostly phone interviews. We had no idea what we were doing. Of course but when we booked this guest which was a dream booking it suddenly became apparent to us what we had on our hands and that was a an oral history of show business in the twentieth century. That guest was the legendary dick van dyke and with dick being recently honored just a few weeks ago by the kennedy center. We thought this was the perfect time to revisit this classic episode so i also have to head. I don't think i've ever seen gilbert more excited about meeting guests. He was actually starstruck which he admits. Gilbert was at dick's house in la. I was on the skype back in new york. Luckily for me. I had met dick before. And the guy is a total charmer. So we will thank dick's wife arlene. Who helped make this show possible as well as our friends. Scott and lisa land who also played a role in it. And we'll thank dick himself. Who is ninety five and going strong. Bless his heart. So enjoy.

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