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"gilda radner" Discussed on The Aloönæ Show
"Yeah, I didn't have that many friends either. Yeah, I can relate to that. And I also, I went to school like an hour away from where I lived. So, you know, it wasn't really like an option to go to a friend's house after school. Because we live so far away. You know, my mom would come get us on her way home from work and just take us home right away. And I'd usually get dropped off at the gym on the way home and be there until like 9 o'clock at night and then come home, eat dinner or do my homework and start all over again. But I actually love super outgoing, I had no problem talking to strangers or talking to anybody or getting up in front of a crowd. I always had the confidence to be in front of people, I think it was just harder because of the logistics of where I lived. Okay. Yeah. All right. So besides camera work on television or short films. Have you appeared in any therapeutic character productions on stage? Yes, and I have to say living in London and performing in the West End is like top of my bucket list. My first love is the theater, like film is great and I would love to land a TV show or get some bigger film projects like that's definitely a dream of mine. But I did. I moved to New York when I was 20, and I ended up running a small theater company in the East Village. I did COVID a theater and continued to do theater. The last play that I was in before the lockdown was called with a little help. It's John Belushi. If you guys have seen the movie animal House, that was him starring in that movie. It's an old movie. And he was one of the original cast members of Saturday Night Live. And so it was a play about him, and I played his wife, and I also doubled as Gilda Radner. Dogra radnor was a comedian in the 70s and 80s. She died of cancer quite young. She was married to Gene Wilder, who was the original Willy Wonka. If you guys saw the original Charlie and the Chocolate Factory movie. Oh yeah, I've seen that. So Gilda Radner was married to Gene Wilder, and they were kind of this brilliant comedic duo in the 80s. And she was actually the first member of the Saturday Night Live cast. She was the first one who ever signed a contract to work on Saturday Night Live. So yeah, so I got to play her off Broadway in New York at theater 80 in the East Village. And that was like a phenomenal experience. It was such a fun production. And yeah, it ended just before Christmas of 2019. And then I was scheduled to do another play in 2020 called shiksa wives, which is a play that I wrote with a writing partner, but because of the pandemic, we were never able to do it. And we've discussed doing again or trying to not do it again, but to be able to watch you. But we just kind of feel like the world has changed so much and look at the climate right now. Thank you to that piece. It's not really relevant anymore. Which happens with writing sometimes sometimes it takes too long to get something going and you just kind of miss the boat on it. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, sure. Any celebrities you wouldn't do any.
"gilda radner" Discussed on WJR 760
"It's travel Michigan I'm Dave Lorenz from pure Michigan If there's one thing I mean one thing that you could think of that we can all use a little bit right now of I didn't say that well but you know what I mean It's probably what this next guest is going to talk about And that is laughter We need more smiles We need more laughter Maybe more so now than ever I saw a stat the other day that two thirds of Americans are saying they've never been more stressed out in their lives And then still a quarter of us didn't take all of our vacation time last year That's just crazy So let's make sure we do two things Let's take our vacation time this year and let's go to gilda's laugh fest in grant Rapids it's coming up March 16 through 20 In west Michigan and to tell us all about it let's bring in Zach Barron's Zach is Zach what is your title with a guiltless laugh fest Yeah I am the events and festival manager Now that's a great title So Zach I have to tell you I am so looking forward to gilda's laugh fest You guys do such a great job Were you the first in the country to do this type of an event Well thanks yeah Yeah we always like to say that we're the first community wide festival of laughter And for a long time have been one of the largest as well We're going into our 12th year now and we have to shift a little bit last year and we're totally virtual last year but we're excited to announce as we're saying the last is back and we're back in person for 2022 So that's great to hear Well let's get to the business end first And then we'll get into the event itself And maybe some of the performers and what we can expect So first off this is all a fundraiser You started this is a fundraiser still is a fundraiser For gilda's club of Grand Rapids what is gilda's club Yeah gildan's club of Grand Rapids is named after Gilda Radner who actually was born and raised in Detroit In the Detroit area And gilda's club was founded by her husband after she passed away from ovarian cancer was founded by her husband and a friend and psychotherapist And it is a community of support for folks facing a cancer diagnosis a cancer journey And then for gilda's club Grand Rapids would also make those pretty special is that we are also a support community for folks experiencing a grief journey So that could be for any reason for if you lost somebody in your life for any reason We are there as a community resource and as a emotional support organization for folks facing cancer grief Well how would people get information about guilt as club Yeah it goes GR dot org That simple head on over there And it will give you all of the information We're always running new member meetings and we have volunteer opportunities available and all of that is on our website And of course in these uncertain times we are proud that we were able to transition to virtual when the pandemic hit and now most of our groups are offered in a hybrid format So whether you're comfortable going into the Clubhouse or just want to stay at home you can still get the resources and the support that you need Well I was talking to our friend and the voice of the pure Michigan campaign actor stand up comedian Tim Allen last year and he was telling me that he was very concerned about live performance venue.
"gilda radner" Discussed on 51 Percent
"I'm elizabeth hill and this is fifty one percent. She was the only female comedian who stuttered in the stand up world when she began more than ten years ago. Nina g says that's likely attributable to a society that is not inclusive or accessible to those who experienced this disability. She details her struggles and triumphs in her memoir. Stutterer interrupted the comedian. Who almost didn't happen. She spoke with fifty one. Percents alison done in september. Two thousand nineteen about how it all started. Well i have been a fan fan up comedies. Like four years old. It's always been the thing that kind of connected with me. Most when i like like in in in in in in third grade. I had to make a sock puppet and i named it e- enough fan an after lily tomlin's character And so that was in my sock. Puppet eventually no live lily tomlin and was signed. So i'm very very proud of that and that continued on. I love comedians. like gilda radner. My parents were always very open with what i was able to watch on tv. So i was exposed to stand up comedy on. Hbo my mom was a big fan of richard. Criers exposed to his..
"gilda radner" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"All right, so we got some Friday gossip going on Taylor Swift is shutting down speculation that some of her bonus songs from Evermore are referencing her former friendship with Carly Klaus. We were attacked and they were referencing the one dressed in Brown Brown. Well, so, she wrote in the Instagram post today. The ever more deluxe album with two bonus tracks, Right right where you left me, and it's time to go is now available. The first song is about a girl who stayed forever in the exact spot where her heart was broken, completely frozen in time, Boy, It's time to go is about listening to your gut when it tells you to leave. How you always know before you know, you know. So I mean, really, it's pretty vague. Her explanation has a theory. Though. I haven't Aires Carly Class has had a bad week. He has help people. Why well, because she hurt her in laws who are our Jared and Ivanka Trump. And apparently, though they always been friendly towards each other. There's just been political stuff a thing. Carly has taken probably a lot of crap online. Then she's getting the T swizzle. People. Yeah, and feelers, just having compassion for the girl who used to be in her best friend, Posse, the squad and just like doing that as a favor for her because she's recognizing that's what I think. But do you still think the song might be about their friendship? You know what? I don't know. I kind of don't think so. I think he wouldn't write about that. I think that other song is about school, LeBron and big sheen and trying to get her because it references 15 years in that song she was with Of big, big machine records. So that's why she doesn't say that other one. I don't think so. I think Taylor and Harley thinks she's writing break up songs about other girlfriends. Yeah, yeah, There you go. All right, Mystery kind of solved. It really is just my opinion. Hey, You know what? It's a good opinion, and we're going to go with it that the Carly clause having a bad week. She's on the She's the lead story and piss sticks right now. An exclusive, right. What? What is that one. Well, that's about Carly. Lost tweeting about the events of this week and that the source is saying exclusively to Page six at her sister in law, Ivanka Trump is surprised and hurt. By these two Because people were tweeting at Carly, Can't you do something? You don't You have any influence on your sister in law? Your brother in law and Carly tweeted back. I've tried Huh? Which, you know? Yeah. All right now we all try. Yeah, um, moving on. From that a little news about Stasi Schroeder. She has given birth and welcome her first child with her husband, Bo Clark. That happened yesterday. So congratulations. The baby's name is Hartford Chart. Charlie Rose Clark. Oh, right. Sorry. The name Okay. What a stuffy name, Hartford. Yeah, but seriously, Charlie knows. Yeah. Broke. Oh, it's true that my E mean I'm assuming that there's Family names involved in all of that s O there. Furred Matt Lauer. Yeah. Crosby. Oh, the world is Matt loud. He's probably in the Hamptons or in his place you That's right. It's place in New Zealand. This is a cute little story that we're learning about the relationship between Emma Stone and her husband, Dave Mackay, Harry, who works on Saturday Night Live. We've gotten a little exclusive story, saying that Emma Stone's husband, Proposed to her in the office, where they first met at Saturday night Live. Well, that's cute. It is very cute. So is he like a writer on that? And the director? Okay, so she hosted back in December of 2016. He, Dave McCary directed her in a sketch called Wells for Boys. And then they kept things quiet, of course, and so on and so forth, but he wanted to keep it romantic. That real hotbed a romance. Is there Scott Scarlett Jo Hanson and call in Joe's Back in the day? Martin Short Gilda Radner? Yes. I mean, real short, You know, it was only on SNL for one year. Or was he on the dick Ebersol season? Yes, the one in the mid eighties. They have all these people just got one year. The only original cast member left was Joe Pesci. Ari. What? Roscoe Martin Short was on for a whole bunch of years. No One year. I don't know. I'm right about this. I just talked to him earlier today. Okay? And I don't know that. Was he with Gilda Radner? Yes, that was Ah, Gene Wilder thing She did go on with him. They dated her first in Godspell with her. I just listen to my guest today. Marty Short is my brave friends somehow is going to say that Martin Short is Julia's boyfriend. Sorry, Rocco. All right. Gene Wilder did go on to be with Gilda Brad. They were married. He was her husband when she died, But Gilda Radner and my short dated years before they were at second city TV together, Windy City or whatever it was called. A second city. Yeah, I love all this little s O. S N l love trivia going on. So let's just stay in the world of relationship in love. Um Erica Jane is joking about dating again on Instagram, writing alongside a caption thinking of making this my online dating profile pic thoughts, and it's of her and fishnet stockings and Her bum hanging out. Well, listen, she is too soon. Yes, seeing how he didn't give us anything for the last two or three years is a housewife except bitch face and talking about. I mean, it's just like she worried about keeping her job. I don't understand this. I don't understand this PR strategy. All I know is one of the pictures is from someone on the floor below her. Yes or legs of grooming so long. It's a good angle. Yeah. You know what I mean? She's spending money on this and the glam on this, and she's stolen money from orphans and people who were burned. Mm hmm. Yeah, you know, you wonder because those lawsuits are still ongoing, accusing Tom Girardi and her Erica jizz of taking millions of.
"gilda radner" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Upkeep
"This book was great druids. So first off truth gets new spells. Cool wild companion a new ability that all them to get. So whenever you cast wild shape instead you can summon an animal instead of turning into an animal. It's a smaller animal. But it's an animal. Which i think is very cool. That is pretty cool. I'll get the canterbury versatility and then you get the circles. So i say is one of my big things withdrew. Druids is that you feel like you have to be the person who turns into animals. And that's your whole thing is like sure you have other circles especially in the first book you've circles that add other stuff but you're still primarily. I turn into animals this insane. Hey you can actually know some animal or if you're the other classes that we're gonna talk about do stuff completely different than just turn into an animal and you actually use your turn into an animal ability to do that. Let's jump right in. So this is i. Think my favorite class from the entire book and it is circle of the spores. Which i think was added in gilda radner the book i think speaking on website that tells all the books that have it. So yes it was also killed. Masters guide to wrap neca gerry. I think they changed like the flavor of it. Because i hate the flavor that originally was very goal gari and now this is just default spore so basically the whole essence of it is instead of summoning turn into a wolf. You control mushrooms and at a certain level. You controlled mushroom zombies. You became the last of us. Necker manser yes. It's amazing i love it and it's also the way they show it. It's very cute arc. It's a very cute subclass. It's not like you're making these disgusting rotting things. You're making like cute. Little animals that have like mushrooms on them and stuff. It's like you're like super growth person but for some reason you're not gross. It's like why are they so cute. I should find them repulsive plus you can What are some of the other things you can do. You can basically like instead of what you like. Turn into miss. Dan down and like instead of turning into a wolf. You hurt people who are near you with chronic new gains an extra life and you can like do stuff like that. So it's essentially like you went into druid because you wanna drew its bells. But then for some reason all druids turn into wolves that then can't cast their spells unless you're one circle it's like now you can catch her spells and you get to also be good in combat physically best of both worlds of being as ruin. Also i love the fourteenth level fungal body where you don't get credit hit any more critical. Hits our normal hits. Oh and you get poisoned or anything. You know that terrible moment. When you're damn is ruling dyson they go. Ooh and fuck urges going to die as as the mushroom. God you get to be like. I love it. It's extra characters built on.
"gilda radner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In, because, well, they've all had to stay home. But as you know, artists are restless. They've got to create. Something for East Coast legend Great Big Sea Front man, Alan Doyle, That meant writing a new book. It's called all Together now and Newfoundlanders Light tales for heavy times. Alan has reached into his life and plucked you out some stories that he hopes might help you out through 2020. I can tell you these are some of the best stories that he has told it around. 4 A.m. in pubs and ST John's. Yearns about near death experiences on the road cautionary tales about having a few too many pops the night before a big interview. And the tail of his big break in Hollywood altogether Now is out now. And I'm Chloe. Excuse me. I'm pleased to welcome our buddy Alan Doyle. Thank you. How are you buying? How're you doing? I'm not too bad. Nice to talk to you. Um, thanks for the book. This is This is a lovely idea. Something to get people through it here. Yeah, it was really a It was really just a request from Random House, Canada and to do a book that might bring people some joy and would give me some joy and something I could write in a hurry. Because I was working on another longer piece that involves some travel. And of course, we couldn't do that. And then I said, I'll probably be able to write a short story book that might be funny and light for people to read, you know, and in the bring some levity to these dark times, and I did it in the month of May and out. She comes today, all together now, so why did what's been helping you out during covert 19 to try and stay positive? We're staying busy. I mean, the winter was tough. Right after we way played a gig on March, the eighth in Vancouver and then Flew home on March 9th hoping to, you know, hope and to go back on the road on March the 18th. I believe it was And of course, everything shut down. So the month of March and April were hard on my head. I don't mind saying we did. Was way to spend every day losing things. You know that we'd worked for two or three years to get you know Big concerts and Toronto and Montreal and Quebec City and health and all that stuff, and it was all just one by one dropping. And so that was hard on the head, but I really did. I really did enjoy writing. This book Got me through the month of May And then the summer kicked in and Newfoundland and we had a glorious summer here had the first summer off since I was 12 forgot bombed around new from land. It was awesome and then Into the fall. We enjoyed a little brave, brief run around the Atlantic bubble played a few concerts in front of people. Small crowds socially distanced in Charlottetown, Halifax and ST John. How How was that, Alan? I think most of us have started to forget, especially here in the mainland started to forget what that's like. I think it was glorious and you know, our friend Matt Burns once said on the radio man, of course, who plays in the Dardanelles with Tom for the listeners at home and is one of our favorite singers. He heard. Matt wants talk about the muscle of singing a song. You know, the physical act of singing a song, and if you don't do it, you forget about it, you know, and it's like a muscle like You know, like a muscle in your ass when you're skating, you know that you don't get until the following October, And so it was. It was glorious to flex that muscle physically, But then again, of course, spiritually. It was just Amazing to make music with people and to see how how rewarding music is for people when it's when it's done for them in front of them. You know, they didn't feel normal to you like me to feel or did you have to remember how to do it? Oh, yeah, I didn't remember that. But it's true. And you know, you take a week off your spending a bit of time, Remember, And then I tell you what. I didn't feel like Tom, and that's how I felt because it was like, you know, half a house or whatever you know, sold out at 80 people or something. Uh huh. I was worried that it would feel like too much of a compromise. Yeah. Did not feel like that at all. Like it felt like you know, there could have been eight people there. What? I had a great time to be honest with you. So it was. It was cool. Yeah, I was. I was grateful for it in every way. So have you been able to in this time off Figuring out what it is about a group? What It is about a bunch of people coming together that you miss so much. Shared experience, I think is the big thing for me, and I think I can say if you don't mind me generalizing found behalf of all of us, I think Gathering is a big deal for New Flanders. You know, it's ah. It's a thing that we do really well. We get to get her to talk and sing, then complain and plan and plot and and Celebrate them, Use them and And for us, I think nothing. You know, it's nothing we can't overcome is I'm gonna get together and work it act and and that from he was very satisfying, especially in a musical context, of course, because playing music you know, in my home studio here is it is a great joy and to record music and Stream music and all that stuff but sitting in a room with other musicians who you love and appreciate in front of people who love and appreciate what you do is a replacement. You make me some sad here now. You're breaking breaking my heart. But I guess there's great pixies. Alan Doyle. We're talking about his new book altogether. Now, Newfoundlanders light tales for heavy times, and I thought we could go through a couple of the stories of the book if you got a minute. All right. I love to. Thanks so much, So could we tell the story And what's fun about this album is that these are stories that I've heard from you at, like, four or five in the morning. Like after a great big Z concert, something like that, Or like at the duke or matter cottage or something like that. It's nice to see them way in a way that I can remember that because I typically don't the next morning s 01 of them. One of my favorite ones you write about is the story about the Great Cup and then and Murray, could you tell that one Yeah, well, it was just the perfect sort of, uh, circumstance. Where in? I think it was 2006 or seven. I can't remember a time I had the Great cup was in Toronto, and we were to play a part of the weekend. You know, great, but she was, And then that was And of course, the game that was on the Sunday and we went to the game and, you know, feeling kind of emboldened by my Mike Mike, my sort of my VIPs past that we had because we were one of the bands that had played the weekend. I decided after the after the game was over. As soon as the you know the think sketch. One Rough riders won the cup. I said to my friend, period and Greg Taco. You know both. I said, we're going down on the field. They couldn't believe I was like, Let's try freak. And so we weigh very boldly snuck are way down onto the actual field waving around our passes from two days ago from some different video, and I laid my hands on the great cup as it is, it came towards us and then As luck would have it. The next day. We were doing a great Dixie. We're doing a fundraiser for what was called, and I think it's still called Gilder's house. Gilda Radner is charity, and the headliner of that particular night was Anne Murray. And, uh, we we were asking the afternoon. Excuse me. Would you mind sticking around and singing? Could I have this dance with Anne Marie and I was like, Yes, I think that would be all right. And you know, and.
"gilda radner" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout
"Of October twelfth. I'm Katherine Lecco Terry Moro. Hello. Nicole Eric's. there. Today, we're taking a break from top in complaining obsessing and instead shouting out things. Other people are doing that. We think you'll find useful or enjoyable as we do. We call this our roundabout roundup and I will go I I have been listening to a new podcast series that comes from stitcher. Like there's a whole it's witness docks, which is a part of. I don't know how this works but anyway, it's called unfinished Short Creek, and it is about the fundamental LDS Church in Utah Arizona, the like splinter group that eventually the leader the Prophet was arrested because of forcing young girls to marry men that kind of thing. So. It's very like it. Really sounds like it wants to be cereal. Is. But it's it's it's well done. It's a documentary style podcast about This community and I'm. I've listened to for five episodes now. So it's it's coming out once a week And I must have read about it somewhere. Somebody recommended it, and I'm sorry to say that I don't remember. Anyway this has been fascinating and. I recommend it if you like that kind of thing. Is called finished Short Creek. Plans interesting I'm what you have. Nicole. Well. As, you may have heard I acquired a kitten recently. and. So we of course have been by all sorts of cat supplies and toys and things to keep the little kitchen visine off, and one of the things that we found is the Hosie collapsible. Cat Hannele. Tube Kitty Tunnel Board. Toy It is a series of key words. It's pretty much little fabric, three way tunnel, and do the cats play inside at outside of it and let me tell you my kitten loves set and so we also got one for my son's cats 'cause he has two cats and they are in it all the time you're looking for a fun. Very inexpensive cat toy that you're unsure cat will enjoy check out this hosie collapsible onnell. Light you but you do have to go on Amazon and look at the go to the Lincoln look at the church. That's in the middle of the tunnel. It's so funny looks very. What It doesn't look photo shopped at all folk. Trust me. They do enjoy it. It's a lot of fun. So that's my shoutout. Awesome. How about you Terry? What are you recommending today I'm continuing my. Making my way through the backlog of audible books I have and The most recent one I read is called laugh lines, my life helping funny people be funnier by Allen's bell who is one of the original writers on Saturday night live way way back when it started when I was in high school and His. was also did it's Garry shandling show. was sort of platonic best friends with Gilda Radner for years, and so there's a lot about her in it and a lot about the earliest early days of SNL and just lots of stuff about comedy writing and successes that he had and failures and just read by him. Just very enjoyable. I really was very nostalgic reading about. SNL and then a lot of other things just kind of interesting to know how the business works and his very obviously good with humor. So it's a very funny book and. Interesting in many ways. So I very much recommend that. And just want to give an honorable mention to a couple of other books I read one of which is You're lucky. You're funny how life becomes Sitcom by Phil? Rosenthal especially. If you're a fan of everybody loves Raymond that's mostly what the book is about. You would very much enjoy it I never watched everybody loves Raymond very much. But I have watched somebody feed fill, which is his reality series about going to exotic places or you know traveling around eating things and I enjoyed that very much. So his book is very much in the same vein and very fun and not terribly long and I also read a book called liquid rules the delightful and dangerous substances that flow through our lives. I. Think this is one every now and then audible I guess every day. Audible has like a sale book that you can get and I must have seen that and thought well, it's like it could be interesting in bought it and they never read it in. It's all about liquids is just a book about doing lines of liquids but the conceit that the author it's written by I should say it's written by Mark Mediev- Nick and narrated by Michael Page in the most delightful British accent which you know I'm a sucker for so that alone was enjoyable. But they he frames this book about liquids. As a story about flying I guess. In extremely long airplane flight I, guess an international air air flight. So he starts with you know. Volatile fuels and talks about the fuel in the airplane in how things you know that sort of liquid. came about and was you know all different the facts about that kind of liquid and then he goes to the restroom and he does something about cleaning liquids gets his is meal and he talks about why dogs about coffee and it's just in the sort of with this overlaying structure of this airline flights that was kind of fun. Probably longer than I really needed to hear about liquids but. But again, look, the accent was just delighted. Thirsty or constantly have to go to the past. Chapter was about a different type of liquids. I was one about tidal waves that was very interesting and waves in general are just all different takes on liquids so right and you know. was there anyway. So enjoy my reading. We'll have more to report on when I get a chance to listen to some more. And meanwhile, that is it for another week of parenting roundabout. 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Facts About 'Saturday Night Live'
"Desire for more vacation days. The'RE was 1970 for Johnny Carson requested at NBC Stop airing the Tonight Show reruns on the weekend. The reason he wanted to save those reruns for extra vacation days. He was planning to take during weekdays so he was a king of vacation. He would have long stint guest host that would come in. It was great. NBC wanted to fill those weekend slot, so they hired Lorne Michaels to develop a show. Wow. It better all be this good. Yeah. Ah, right, who was the first Saturday night Live official cast member. Who was she? Gilda Radner? Yes, Way. Saturday Night Live premiered as NBC's Saturday night. The show was originally called NBC Saturday night because there was already a show. Titled Saturday Night Live with Howard Cosell on ABC. When Cosell Show ended in 1976 Michaels changed his show's title to Saturday night Live. Interesting. I do love that. It's
"gilda radner" Discussed on 600 WREC
"The United States Naval Academy opens in Annapolis, Maryland, with 50 mid shipment students and seven professors. The Naval School officially became the U. S Naval Academy in 18 50. A new curriculum went into effect requiring midshipman to study at the academy for four years and two train aboard ships each summer basic format that remains at the academy to this day jumping ahead this weekend. 1968 Apollo seven, the first manned Apollo missions launched with astronauts Walter Schirra, Junior Don Esso and Walter Cunningham. Aboard under the command of Shira. The crew of Apollo seven conducted an 11 Day orbit of Earth during which the crew transmitted the first live television broadcast from orbit. Thiss Week in 1975, Saturday night Live topical comedy Sketch show featuring Chevy Chase, John Belushi, Dan Ackroyd, Gilda Radner, Garrett Morris, Jane Curtain, and Laraine Newman. Exits debut on NBC, It would go on to become the longest running highest rated show on late night television. The 90 minute program, which from its inception has been broadcast live includes a different guest host and musical act each week. And, of course, the show opens with somebody saying On this week in 2011, we lost a visionary. Steve Jobs, co founder of Apple Incorporated, which revolutionized the computer music and mobile communications industries with such devices as the Macintosh iPod, iPhone and iPad dies at age 56 of complications from pancreatic cancer, and that's what happened. Thanks for listening to this week in history.
"gilda radner" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"The Dodgers played their first four seasons at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum before opening Dodger Stadium on April 10th 1962 jumping ahead this week in 1990 for the N BA shortens the three point distance. Two uniformed 22 ft. On this week in 2008 Peyton Manning turns a colossal collapsed by the Houston Texans into a stunning victory for the Indianapolis Colts. Colts scored 21 point in the span of two minutes and 10 seconds. Two touchdowns. Thanks fumbles by Sage Rosenfels, then an interception for come back 31 to 27 wins. And that's just some of what happened this weekend Sports history the weekend sports Time capsule on my heart radio. Now look back at this week in history on I Heart Radio this week in 18 45. The United States Naval Academy opens in Annapolis, Maryland, with 50 mid shipment students and seven professors. The Naval School officially became the U. S Naval Academy in 18 50. A new curriculum went into effect requiring midshipman to study at the Academy for four years and two tree. Aboard ships each summer basic format that remains at the academy to this day, jumping ahead this week in 1968 Apollo seven, the first manned Apollo missions launched with astronauts Walter Schirra, Junior Don Esso and Walter Cunningham aboard under the command of Shira. The crew of Apollo seven conducted an 11 Day orbit of Earth during which the crew transmitted the first live television broadcast from orbit. This week in 1975, Saturday night Live topical comedy Sketch show featuring Chevy Chase, John Belushi, Dan Ackroyd, Gilda Radner, Garrett Morris, Jane Curtain, and Laraine Newman makes its debut on NBC, It would go on to become the longest running.
"gilda radner" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Chevy Chase, John Belushi, Dan Ackroyd, Gilda Radner, Garrett Morris, Jane Curtain, and Laraine Newman makes its debut on NBC, It would go on to become the longest running highest rated show on late night television. The 90 minute program, which, from its inception has been broadcast live includes a different guest host and musical act each week. And of course, the show opens with somebody saying on this week in 2011, we lost a visionary Steve Jobs, co founder of Apple Incorporated, which revolutionized the computer music and mobile communications industries with such devices as the Macintosh iPod, iPhone and iPad dies at age 56 of complications from pancreatic cancer on left. What happened? Thanks for listening to this week in history on I Heart radio. I. Heart radio goes one on one with Brad Paisley to ask what worries him about being a father. The biggest fear of mine. More than anything that happens to me that they won't turn out to be human beings that make the world a better place and that it'll be my fault. They didn't you know, that's the biggest word. It's funny that they're learning these things. Keep listening to I heart radio for more Brad Paisley in all your favorite artists coming up in the business week ahead. The sparse economic report calendar includes the August trade deficit, consumer credit, wholesale inventories and total job openings. The Federal Reserve were released The minutes of his last meeting and usual weekly report on new and continuing unemployment filings will be out on Thursday..
"gilda radner" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"News. Yeah, Just 1357 new cases of Corona virus reported this morning, bringing the state's totaled 1 23 8 24 123,824 8 New deaths reported, bringing the state's total to 2245 the percentage of positive cases. Now at 14.2% again. The 1357 new cases of Corona virus will have more on this coming up in about eight or nine minutes live in the new center Jeremy Foster our news Thanks, Jeremy that 13 57 recorded, but only 6240 Tests confirmed overnight doing the quick math on that We've got a positive Test rate. Of 21%. So we have gone from the end of last week from the middle to the end of last work week. We were seeing numbers well, over 25%. 28 30 33% tested positive rates. I was watching over the weekend, Saturday, Sunday and then today we're right around the 20 percentile. Still not good still, you know. Much higher than they want. But at least we're starting to see a leveling off and possibly a small dip in this, of course, Cove in 19 numbers as they come in, we talk about them when you look at thespian specific metrics in hospitals. We are seeing over the last couple of days, a reduction in the inpatient bed use as faras. The numbers that are available, But the I C u bed used is still remains pretty high. The number of people that have been discharged have gone in the five hundreds to the mid four hundreds of people that are being discharged and we know that intubation Sze Have dropped off for leveled off a little bit, so it is a mixed bag, but it looks as if it's a leveling off that we have not reached and it's not time yet to start celebrating, But we haven't reached that critical point in our hospital bed use yet which is really, really good news, by the way. I got a little upset on Friday with Mayor Kate Diego because she wanted an MSNBC and said abroad so hospital here a brazo abroad, Roberts pronounced They were running on a morgue space. And I thought, what irresponsible thing to say it is. You're throwing a information out there. That makes it look like a complete disaster. You are. There is no purpose for doing that. Other than it makes Arizona look bad. And right now, why do we want to do that to the tourism industry and anybody else? I thought it was an irresponsible thing to say. Then we come to find out. A couple of hours later, the hospital put out a statement and said no We've got space as part of our emergency plan. We're reserving refrigerated trucks because that's precautionary, but we have plenty of space. So she's so she's and did we ever hear a statement? Former did she apologized and she come out and say anything? You remember the old character on Saturday Night Live, Emily let Ella I know you guys don't because that was way before you were born. But there was a character on Saturday night Live. It was Gilda Radner, who was one of the most hysterically funny comedians on the planet. And she played this old lady that would come on the news. And she would rant about a subject and she would complain about something horrible. And then they would correct her. Dan Ackroyd. The ANC would correct and say that's not it at all was completely the opposite. And she would just say Oh, Never mind. So Mayor la Tele here in the city of Phoenix. Never mind. We've got plenty of space. Never mind what I said on MSNBC on Friday and how bad it is in Phoenix. Forget that. No Twitter statement. No nothing. Coming up. In a moment. We are going to talk about Valley school districts and schools opening we're going to hear from Dr Chad guest in from the Phoenix Union.
"gilda radner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Left in the parking lot and like he just loves it and he laughed so hard and it was like I would always come from like a Jewish organization called you know and I and he just loved it and and it just felt legit to me because I used to well you know I watched him watch TV and laugh and like very early on knew how to tell the difference you know fake laugh and a real laugh and when you can get that we'll miss from an adult's for me it just made me feel like I'm real too and I am like I am just as substantial as nana and Papa you talked about Gilda Radner is one of your comedy heroes can you talk about what is like what what aspect of her work because she would be you know you would be quite young when she record like was yeah I don't think I I wasn't born when she was on adults I was born in eighty two you'd be encountering her work kind of leader well my dad got these VHS tapes that were like you know a history of SNL and he's like explicitly was like you're like this this is like you should see this because you're not like because I also that as much as I did not I was not a class clown they couldn't pay attention in school and a lot of my comments that we come back we're like she just does not care to listen you know she doesn't care to listen and I think that I felt for a while like I wasn't smart because I couldn't listen traditionally and and people were mad at me for and my dad brought in these tapes of Gilda Radner and it's sort of like no no no you're just you're like this which is a first of all a great honor for it feel that way to me when that tape first when and where you at with that recognition or oh my god that why did you say that no it was it was a huge honor and then it was just like how can I get there not how can I get that energy level or the urge to perform that there's a sketch that.
"gilda radner" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"Sickening. Because I'm a VIP. Okay back some people. They need to be. They need to remember those things that I wouldn't have VIP rope and anyway so I wasn't or the VIP room very important person. So she was she was there and I walked up to his. Hi Christina. You know. It's nice to meet you thank you. It's a pleasure to meet you too. I said you know my parents met your mother. Joan Crawford and Allsteel at the opening of the Pepsi Plant in Erie Pennsylvania and she goes oh that was wonderful. I was there to yes. I think I remember my mother telling me that. She hadn't told me that she was totally left out of the comfort. Nobody but you. I didn't want her to feel bad. And so then I told her I said was this before the Joe Mommy. Dearest book came out or after fuck. You know I'm wanting to know what year do you think the mommy dearest book came out. Okay so I I. It sounds like you're one hundred years old. Did it come out? Nineteen seventy seven or something like that marksman when he reminded his age mad. If you smell but you you act like. There's a thirty years difference with maybe. The public interest in Christina Crawford wasn't very in the movie came out game had always always be fascinated by Cassini. Okay and so the movie helped. Obviously yes the movie which came out and Mike. Nine hundred ninety one. Okay Okay you act like Chevy Grade. School wanted of a very important kid. I've Avia ICT you walk into a gay Bar Glee Nights. Optel story okay. So you preserve her dignity and integrity that kind of person. I'll tell a wife and so that I told her the story. I said you know what my mother remembers. She told me the story is that Joan was GonNa stay at the Holiday Inn which is close to where the plant Watts But she's insisted that they have satin sheets for her so the hotel management had to go out and BUY SATIN SHEETS FOR JOAN CRAWFORD. Sleep and and she was. That sounds like my mother. Chew through stores. Oh my dad. Was Chris Theater Crawford comfortable with the jokes about you? Know Child abuse that inevitably came up with the camp quality of Mommy dearest film like you know I'm not. I'm not sure I don't know because you know somebody who actually was beaten by their parents with wire hangers seeing drag queens and people carrying wire hanger and be like You know the first time I was exposed to courses. I kind of knew Joan Crawford was when your kid you only had a couple of TV stations on Sunday afternoons old movies. Come up when it was raining outside. You wouldn't go outside and so you'd watch some of these things and then I remember watching Saturday night. Live with Gilda radner and Gilda radner and played Christina and it was like the whole story would like Christina was like I don't know what was I tried looking for it online. I can't seem to find it. But she was acting like she was like there was something like she had brain damage or something and then there was the wire hangers of course. But I'd love to see that again sometime. Ozzy Osbourne just cancelled. His tour came forward and saying he is struggling with. Parkinson's and I'm like he's been in bad health for a long time. I was like maybe. He's coming forward with Parkinson's but for either family members with Parkinson's and they've you know dealt with it for decades for a long long time and then sometimes they can just catch up with you like that and Elton John Just cancelled a show in the middle of it he was like you know singing and performing and then all of a sudden and walked off. The staging is like in the hospital with pneumonia. Oh I hope he gets better. Because when you're older you get pneumonia. It can be deadly and Wendy Williams. Her career is not doing too well. She's like saying a lot of fucked up shit recently. You know she's like a podcast. Basically at this point you know Wendy. She's one of those people she's like. I'm going to say outrageous things. Nobody watches my show. And then it'll make famous on the Internet and then I'll issue apology so I'll be out in the news cycle for a while. It's the same old stuff all the time for years and we say offensive things and all the time if people just like they love us. They hate Wendy Williams so Wendy Williams most so before. She was talking about how she feels. That gay men need to stop wearing women's heels and dresses and wigs and save that for the straight six gendered women and part of it is like you know when he Williams has had a history of having a lot of a trans non binary actors and media personalities and Queer people on the show strikes me as very odd that she would have that that opinion but a lot of people are just like yeah. That's Wendy Williams. Has that opinion because we look better in it was just GONNA say? She's jealous. Fishy man. It is a joke. No she was Diana's Joe but somebody who is pointing out that a lot of turfs feminist who want exclude Trans Women in from their liberation or people are very very binary way of thinking about gender People who own gender identity is being challenged all the time and Wendy Williams to somebody who has been accused in the past of being trans herself in hiding her authentic gender. Whatever people often say oh she's a man look for her she's a man so. I imagine sharp feature she. She's a she has presence and she enjoys makeup and wigs. And I think you know regardless of who you are. That's that's going in entertainment. People are going to start throwing shade or making accusations or being trans nothing to be ashamed of. And you know so I think for her. She might be wrestling with those feelings. And so that's why she made those comments. Maybe and you know why she's not able to even apologize about it properly you know. So she's issued the statement and it's one of those like I'm sorry if I call it. A tweet was wrong. She did polythene video or she doesn't do it on her show. She's doing it on social media but it just makes things worse to some degree. Yes figure out if it was a joke. That just didn't land if it was written so nobody could hear the tone so now. She's under fire again. After making a joke about the death of Drew Carey the comedian. The game show host. Larry died all my guy. So that's called the joke that doesn't land there's an example that of his ex fiancee. Amy Hardwick so on Monday just days after. Hardwick died from falling from the balcony following alleged attack from her ex boyfriend. Wendy Williams addressed incident on her talk. Show so it'd be drew. Carey's ex girlfriend was murdered by her current boyfriend She has to ex-boyfriends Drew Carey and somebody else and this guy possibly most likely pushed her off the balcony kilter. That's horrible so While discussing hardwick deadly fall Wendy Williams told the audience that she was killed by the boyfriend not by drew carey however the segment quickly turned sour. When Wendy Williams said come on down Oh that's really tasteless and she should have said it like lady bunny. She's as she would have. She would have been okay like the. That's the phrase that drew Carey says on the prices So think rounder audience. The whole audience lake like no. You can't do choke you make between France. Yeah Yeah it's like you know that's that's something lady bunny would say yes. That's definitely something lady would say. The thing is too and it's like how you accept people and so you know because when he williams is a woman of color with this this past is like for a lot of people like that's immediate like enough to cancel her but lady bunnies because you know if you love her and she's your fan. That's just her sense of humor. But why can't lady bunny have the same sense of humor as Wendy wives you know? But that's the power of drag drag. You can do and say practically anything. When they got together it was murder. Done heart to heart. Charlie's angels theme song. Because I don't know the heart to heart theme Song Seneca Lake Lush Donna. I think that's what it is isn't it? Do you know how much too young to remember heart to heart right? She's a baby who's close again. Stephanie Powers was stubborn Wagner Robert Wagner. Jackson was their Their man Friday. They were just rich people and they went around and solve murders. That's fine yeah see billionaires and it was like this is her and this has happened when they met it was murdered. This is my boss. Jonathan Odd self-made millionaire quite a guy sexy cars and money. This is Mrs Seiji Necessa- lady knows how to take care of and I like to smoke and drink a lot and I'm the driver by the way my name is Mac. I take care of both which. Adc Golden Gate IRA when we first season two of of cooking with drag Queens that we have ripped off. Joel this is mark. He likes to cook and this is faster. He loves to eat. Thank you let me play it for you guys. So we're going to be making bib and Bob and we went to what I forgot. This is mark. He likes to Cook Poster SNEE- loves to pull US ON VISA Fun. They have been hanging out with the fiercest of the people are still hungry for more so it's time to set this kitchen. Baya.
"gilda radner" Discussed on 710 WOR
"It was a long time ago I guess it was she never did she ever really recover from Gilda Radner as Baba wawa routine that was pretty brilliant I just thought it was amazing that someone with a speech impediment could go that far in broadcasting it's amazing to see any any of a city it's could be on the air you also have to be able speak the language of the dough anything he could have a speech impediment and it puts on the air well yes but that she was good though in our day yes you us and always interviewing those David ours all over the world she stood out because obviously it was the first female a lot of positions although I'd love to know what really happened over a BC when she and she got with Harry reasoner it out when it's an apparently they hated each other or whatever does but I but I can find that out in the good book I have on the history of network news yeah I'm sure it's that is some research ma'am so we got around to deal with them we do well here's the here's the thing now they sent out Mike Pompeii right six different talk shows yesterday right who's the face the administration and I think was this fox business or just fox anyway he claimed that the that the president was would not target any cultural sites with any bombings present compensate go after cultural side read read what he said a very closely we've made clear that the cost of the use proxy forces the region will not be born just by those proxies of they'll be borne by by the way if you read exactly what he said in the suites he said he'd go after cultural sites and fact the president double down on on airforce one yesterday even though that's an international war crime he said he would go after cultural well Pompeii there was it was clearly not telling the truth well I have to say I'm not at all in favor of bombing cultural sites as you know I love history and archaeology so I think crumb's got to be very careful on that I was hoping that maybe he he missed spoke we should be going after military sites that's what we show he wrote in the sweet I don't have a right in front of me but he said we would go after fifty two different sites because he pick that number because he too hot into hostile seventy nine yeah he said we go after military and cultural sites he said in a tweet Empalme pale has the the nerve to go on and say well read carefully what he said well they're rated well I have a feeling that trump is not gonna be bombing some great of Iranian Persian rule in this I think his army people saying not a good idea to blow up a Roman amphitheater if something like that there well and then but look at the fallout so far so number one is we've asked all of our citizens to leave Iraq we've sent three thousand additional troops there Iran is pulled out of the nuclear agreement which I you don't have a problem with no I don't what else has happened so at the end and of course the rams is saber rattling people are in the streets were around is always saber rattling noise how may times of the means to America rally there every time that they held a wedding there somebody screams death to America I think the only way the only thing I really want to know is obviously what the motivation was for this why it had to be done now right now and I think that's a fair question I think it is not a political question I mean what's even you said you know you'd like to know the rationale for why he took him out I think you have to I don't think you can tell us everything because yeah our information may have been given to us by under cover people don't want to disclose who they are because they are valuable so we have to careful but I do think it is incumbent upon the president to come out and give us as many details as you can as to why he chose to do move that certainly you know by any stretch of imagination is provocative shall we say so it never crossed your mind that maybe he was doing a little wag the dog here now I I never I never I never I never believe that I don't think I don't think trump fears impeachment I think impeachment emboldened him I think he knows that impeachment solidifies his base and this never works anyway mean Clinton tried it when he was impeached he did some wag the dog moment everyone screams wag the dog so it I just don't I don't think it works I think you take the guy out when you got to take the guy out do you think this was well thought out do you think he thought of do you think you played three D. chess and determine well if I do this they'll do that will do this in a do you think it was well thought out well maybe think was just impulsive it wasn't free the checkers I would say really I don't even think I was one D. part she's in yeah three years play three DS I think he does not want to be involved in these endless wars in the Middle East he's campaigned on that he has tried to pull us out of there so I think he must have seen something or been told something that made him say America's Americans are in imminent danger and we have to do something right did you see what we put Alice and I don't I'd listen I'm like you I don't believe all these reports might at times report good right now he's kept us all right you know I don't necessarily buy a but the report was that they gave him a bunch of options and they put the sauce on the body just because it was so outrageous that he'd say well we can't do that let's do one of the others yeah but then the times terra tries Pentagon officials as flabbergasted S. O. flabbergasted Lambert gasto council body such a click such a time story Lambert Aston anyway I I just want to know you know the Democrats of course again but you know all presidents lately have been playing fast and loose with war powers yes I agree with you so I you know I don't think Congress does have to assert itself at some point it's been kind of passive over the years yeah and on both sides all right coming up next the of course the golden globes got political what else is new.
"gilda radner" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Even American my favorite part of the whole episode tastic so good and so true it was a few years ago where he didn't want to do is Bill Cosby right no because they were tight or something right yeah yeah and well he he did it and then bill Cosby's did you guys see this bill Cosby's publicist come out with a statement ripping addy that he has a publicist from jail yeah I was just like Buckley returned for the my friends and I I a little context my friends and I wore out to VHS tapes when we were teenagers the first one the best of Gilda Radner on all yeah that tape has I still have it I cannot believe our VCR did not wear it out the other one was the best of Eddie Murphy and there were a couple skits that we would quote all the time which is probably an appropriate now but we were white kids in Indiana and we didn't know any better oldest closer but we we always quoted velvet Jones which so what velvets return was delightful do you want to make fifteen hundred dollars a week without even leaving the comfort of your own bedroom pick up my new book I want to be a we we used to say that all the time anyway ended block we are you still quoted on this show when I write with a leading into a second chance romance when I go we go walking put knob that is actually a Buck we reference so here's buckwheat on the mass singer from from.
"gilda radner" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Even American my favorite part of the whole episode tastic so good and so true it wasn't it was a few years ago where he didn't want to do is Bill Cosby right they were typed or something right yeah yeah and well he he did it and then bill Cosby's did you guys see this bill Cosby's publicist come out with a statement ripping at the that he has a publicist from jail yeah I was just like Buckley returned for the my friends and I a little context my friends and I wore out to VHS tapes when we were teenagers the first one the best of Gilda Radner on us yeah that tape has I still have it I cannot believe our VCR did not wear it out the other one was the best of Eddie Murphy and there were a couple skits that we would quote all the time which is probably an appropriate now but we were white kids in Indiana and we didn't know any better oldest closer but we we always quoted velvet Jones which so what velvets return was delightful do you wanna make fifteen hundred dollars a week without even leaving the comfort of your own bedroom pick up my new book I want to be a I mean we used to say that all the time anyway ended block we are you still quoted on this show when I write with a leading into a second chance romance when I go we go walking put knob that is actually a Buck we reference so here's buckwheat on the mass singer from from on your we.
"gilda radner" Discussed on WJR 760
"You play it. this came from the movie I mean the woman array. yeah Gilda Radner yeah it was a lousy movie without rate. that's right and I think when you can't deny that it does not where I called to say I love you yeah I called. you can move a bit with this was in one scene and after we had a wrong he never released. well I've never seen the whatever you would do it together really I should have been a single it's great. in the worst part of the movie during the cab ride or something and it was it was it ever everybody remembers the heartbreaker. which was done with the Bee Gees what people don't realize it the lyrics were written on a beef and cheddar wrap our from our. I don't have that one why don't I have heart break don't yet have a heart breaker role because we'd be delighted to. now I'll have to I'll have to find it right we are the world. I think you will be one of the thousand hello yeah my god yeah yeah so it wasn't that the day that. the Dan Aykroyd and with a click no the better question is great. I don't believe. she's almost eighty. almost eighty. performing Sunday night at the sound board she sounds like the miss a beat to get the phone after the flood yeah yeah I got a phone from a eighty years ago but other than that no I want to hear I want to hear the chorus. yeah that's the most fun far. but yeah I got to my. and she made music that will. is. later the songs are from the sixties. we got everybody. yeah. round out. there was a stretch their. we'll be right around then seventy eight nine whatever where everybody wanted to record it. and it's not only with the V. G. songs and then it was like in the gift songs and knows all of the other brother in other brother but then there were all these so yeah Barbra Streisand with. everybody was doing something with the beach. people forget that they weren't they were on the present I was in the street yeah..
Emmy nominations are out and HBO is back on top for now.
"I'm Kim Masters and this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me as Matt Bellamy of the Hollywood reporter and Bat obviously the Emmy nominations came out this past week and my first reaction was really to admire the wealth of material that is so oh good and you know the academy. The television academy has been paddled in the past for the sort of reflexive conservative re-nominating modern family teen times not that there's anything a great series it but got to the point where it seemed crazy just keep nominating and over and over again this time there is some really fresh interesting shows and actually some formidable matchups yeah I mean I think a lot of the headlines that came out of the Emmy nominations were based on game of thrones getting a record thirty two nominations but if you look deeper there are a lot of nuance shows like fleabag getting into the comedy race killing Eve in the drama race bowl shows from phoebe waller bridge if you look. Ed Shits Creek which is a word. I don't know if we can say on the radio <hes> but it is spell with a C. H.. In two TS <hes> that's a show that has been on for a number of years and not gotten much attention but the ground swell of love for the stars Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara got popped T._v.. Its first emmy nominations and there's a lot of Nice little narratives like that yeah I I was late to the Shits Creek Party. Yes it is going to say that word and <hes> benched it on Netflix like so many people I was like Oh look what I found on Netflix when really pop would probably like to assassinate me for even saying that except be really can binged on Netflix and it's pretty great. I'm also really impressed by the very high impact series that ran. They're not in the same category we have the R Kelly series from lifetime in the in one category up against <hes> Leah Remedies Scientology series and weirdly comedians in cars. I mean very very very different kind of material. Anthony Bourdain also is going to be I think for a lot of people an emotional choice but that r Kelly dock as we know he's imprisoned or Kelly right now and I think a lot of credit goes not only to Jim de regardless the journalists who pursued. Him For so long but Dream Hampton and lifetime for doing that series and if you look at the authorities who arrested r Kelly they specifically cited that Docu series as being the thing that opened there is to what was going on and if I'm lifetime I'm looking at that and saying wow that should be our emmy materials because this is the best advertisement you could get for winning. An award is that there's real world impact. You might think that the H._B._O.. Series leaving nevertheless would be in the same category with the R Kelly but it's not <hes> and it is up against you know things that are so diverse in and you know again. This is golden age in many ways some of the stuff I mean minding the gap and this points to the confusion. What's a T._v.? Show what's a movie mining. The gap was an Oscar contender this now also an emmy contender. That's happened before in the last few years and it's it's confusing and in the same category you have you know Jane Fonda Series and <hes> thing about Gilda radner and the it's it's a very <hes> odd set of. Things to be competing with each other but talking about cultural impact. I think you know I don't even know if we can measure what the impact of that series was but I think it was huge yeah. The breath of the nominees is one of the reasons that H._B._O.. Oh really clobbered Netflix this year. If you remember from last year the big narrative was at after seventeen years netflix finally overtook H._B._O.. As the top nominee at the emmys this year no such luck now obviously game of thrones was a big reason and for that but even if you take out the number one nominee on both of them game of Thrones H._B._O.. And when they see us the central park five miniseries on Netflix H._B._O.. Would still be the winner this year and that might be the Swan Song. I think in the future is going to be really difficult for H._B._O.. To compete with what Netflix is doing now. We're seeing the output of H._B._O.. Increase via this new streaming service called H._B._O.. Max that was announced last week but in the short term Netflix Netflix is really focused on winning awards and they are green-lighting things with an eye on whether they can win Oscars Emmy's so for the foreseeable future. I predict the emmy champion is going to be Netflix but it's going to be a nice party this year.
How one comedian made 'Saturday Night Live' a cultural phenomenon
"CNN has announced it will air a bittersweet nostalgic tribute to Gilda Radner on New Year's day. Here's more on this story from USA's. Rick Vincent, Gilda Radner was an original member of NBC's, Saturday Night, Live and her comedy inspired many. Who came after love guilty is a documentary directed by Lisa deep Alito to be aired on CNN on New Year's day here. She highlights the struggles reading your face struggling with eating disorders. If there was always a sense of humor. You always wonder if people are funny in real life, and from what everyone told me, it was really funny and in her journals and her audio recordings. She was really a unique and different person. She died from ovarian cancer in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine