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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 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 this is like the how 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 file 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 wheat reference so here's buckwheat on the mass singer from from we.
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.
"gilda radner" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Remembering Gilda Radner in the twentieth. Eighteen Dr love Gilda, and that's new to view streaming edition on iheart. You're listening to Russia's week in review. Hey, we'll try again here on the phones blaming in Charleston, South Carolina. Welcome, sir. Great to have you here. Thanks rush. Just a quick comment about the got three interview the young boy asking him about wearing the red hat calls. All that isn't that a Kintu to like a rape victim getting asked you because the way she was drafted guy. Exactly I made I made I made the point yesterday. When when it was discovered that the mega hat was the trigger. And we had the Catholic priest from the boys school. Say they had no right to be wearing the cap. The Catholic father back something name had no right to be wearing the cap. No right to be wearing the cap from their own diocese. I think so I asked a simple question. Wait a minute. When women are targeted for abuse, sexual abuse rape, and so forth. If you dare say that they were dressed provocatively, and you are shouted down. Your women cannot be blamed. Because of their attire because of their manner. There's no excuse whatsoever. And here we have a situation where they Catholic priest. He's a he's a CNN commentator. We played the sound bite and the guy. Talking about this and have no right to wear a make America great again hat now. Imagine a magin anybody on CNN staying after a one woman who has been raped or molested was on TV at imagine. You've got no right to be wearing short shorts. You have. No right to be wearing dresses with cleavage like that imagine a reaction to it. The here's the thing to make America great again hat. It was a trigger. It was a trigger for these people on our side who had a connection over this all they saw all they saw was a bunch of kids that support Trump. And since they hate Trump. They hated the kids. Let me ask you this, folks. Do you think we would even be talking about this? If that kid Nathan Nick Sandman had not been worrying a mega hat. I've had people tell me that if he hadn't been wearing that hat. This would have never become a story. The video would have been uninteresting, and there may be something to it. But I don't think that does anything but indict further the bigots. What is this? We're supposed to worry about triggering the media. We're supposed to worry about triggering the left. So don't wear the make America great again hat, and that's what's going to be happening. Look, let's not wear the hat. We don't want to become targets. We have to hide what we believe we have to hide what we support. So that we don't become targets. So we don't get it media defaming. That's where this is going to go at their elements of conservatism, it already advocate, this kind of thing for people. Make yourself a target results in a bunch of conservatives going silent and not voicing anything anywhere because they don't want to be targeted like this kid has been targeted like these kids have been targeted. So it's another form of censorship. So another form of politically correct censorship that we cave into and let people get away with what do you mean being triggered by our cap? Even so-called conservative intellectuals on our side. And savannah Guthrie. Let's get to the audio soundbites of the interview we have them here. I've been waiting for the proper transition. It was on the today show today. Now, I. When I first discovered that the Sandeman family had decided. To do their interview with today show. Okay. Who's advising them here? By by the way, you know, what that brings up a whole other can of worms. There are people out there. Now starting to criticize this family for going and getting a PR firm. They have. No, right. They're getting a PR firm. A PR firm is purposely to center this spin and not tell the truth. The other being ripped forgetting a PR firm. Sandra Fluck had a PR firm. Do you know that whole thing was staged orchestrated like everything on the left is? PR firms among the first people democrat campaigns higher. I said why are they doing the today show? But it doesn't matter. I thought I thought mister Sandman held his own was pretty good. Let's go to the sound bites. This was morning, and I get these are somewhat chronological order. Here's savannah Guthrie with the first question feel from this experience. That you owe anybody an apology. Do you see your own fault in any way as far as standing there? I had every right to do. So I don't my position and said I was not disrespectful to Mr. fillets. I respect him. I'd like to talk to him. I mean in hindsight, I wish we could've walked away and avoided the whole thing. But I can't say that I'm sorry. For listening to him in standing there. Did you notice this question? Did you feel from this? Listening Christie ballsy Ford. What's happening in is women and journalists and feel like they're talking to an infant here. Or they want us to think they're talking to somebody with a single brain Celena Niba me better. Do you feel from his experience? The you know, anybody in. Do we not by now know what happened? He doesn't anybody an apology? He is old the apology by you in the media and by Nathan Phillips, and by the black Israelite confederates, or whatever they are. And the drive by media at large. He didn't apologize wearing a cap apologizing for smiling for what does he have to apologize? And by the way. I have to give mister Sandman here a bunch of Atta boys because he did what few would most. I do. I.
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
"gilda radner" Discussed on Keep It!
"And also, of course, they relied on the the Gilda Radner level strength of Lori Beth den Bergh, which which kept me. Me into the show. But Amanda buying on that show. I thought she was too broad at first. And then like she became a fixture due to the segment ask Ashley which actually holds up as a bit. It does hold up. I feel like ask Ashley is how she got the Amanda show. Guess ask Ashley was brilliant. And it was really funny because I did think that a lot of time all that was too broad. And you know, I mean, obviously, it was for kids, you know. So it wasn't going to give you like Seyran cultural commentary at it's funny that I thought it was too broad as a child, I'm really not feeling this. These adults are try hards. Yeah. You know? I felt like it got Zanier as the show went on. And I really did like those earlier seasons with you know, Angelique Bates Josh server, your he sort of became wacky. I feel like what's Danny temporarily? Like joy the show. It just became like cartoon character. No because Danny temporarily ready for this. He was too. It was like a kid's Belushi. Just like, I'm constantly exploding. I have a violent energy which you should watch out for. And I'm did he not take over like vital information from Laurie bet den Bergh is that right? Absolutely unacceptable. I mean, that's like a drop from Tina Fey to Colin Jost at the weekend up. No, no way. Daddy, Morelli was the college 'host of our youth. Oh my God. I'm bursting into tears right now realizing how true, however, he was a good panelist on figure it out on Nickelodeon, which is a very underrated game show and works really, well, they should reboot. It. You know, we could spend an entire hour talking about how much I love summer Sanders. Oh, please. By the way. I can't get over how when she was on that show because she was always dressed like a substitute teacher. She was like twenty two years old as the host of that. But felt she she had the the gravitas of a forty one year old. I felt like when we were kids though, every adult Seib like they were forty that's true, especially when they're wearing that kind of denim skirt. You know what I'm saying? Coming up next. He's written for beyond say, he's written from Madonna. He's written for little mix. And now he's writing for himself. I'm going to sit down with London based singer and writer and producer Emini K..
"gilda radner" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"And Alexis got off to a really strong start. It was incredible. It was incredible this morning. I was on at seven thirty with them. They're twelve and a half thousand I came back on just before nine o'clock, and they were over twenty two thousand ten grand. Such great charities. I'm going to try not to get choked up. Like, I did earlier choked up is an understatement. I was sobbing we lost her. My it was so our charity is gilda's club twin cities because it was inspired by Gilda Radner of Saturday Night Live who died of ovarian cancer at the age of forty. Yes. This time two years ago. My mom died of ovarian cancer wait before. See? It's happening. That's okay. Right before project down thirty. And I think that that's like all going through my head. Yeah. Yeah. I know generosity. Well listeners overwhelming. In earlier, we heard from someone who donated money and this woman had donated after having lost her daughter. Her daughter had lost a battle with cancer, and she chose to donate. Anyway, she wanted to honor the life of her daughter with positivity and putting money toward a great. 'cause you know, we've heard from multiple people who've whose lives have been touched by gilda's club. Right. And. Day. They've been in it. They have experienced benefit in just love their. They do. Yeah. And so it's really it's really special to see those people stepping up, and yeah, it's very very heart warming. And this whole week has been, you know, just just exhausting. You know, it's been especially for you. Steve you've been going back and forth to the studio in Saint Paul and then back here. And so it's just one of those things where like the anxiety. The nerves are really high the emotions are starting to like..
"gilda radner" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Course, hilarious team back to the fiber five and not night with this was nineteen seventy three and a half kind of. And we contracted the blues brothers dot night. So when we came to Saturday Night Live we had already met, John. And I we already concocted the blues brothers, and we're already looking at records in London idea of doing an act and got wind of distant the two of us already had kind of formed a team ball already almost. And he said, I can't hire. I gotta hire one or the other because I don't want to these artists against me and decisions, you know, he he did. What happened? And and so he said he didn't wanna hire both of us. But Tom Davis and Gilda Radner Al Franken John was the first hire they were going to hire him me secondary. Even though I'd worked Florida, and we had a pass and a good pass and a good relationship, and I talked with a Miller doing a show years before in the end, he was gonna favorite John, and it was Gilda and Franken and and and Davis. That said that that lobby for me to be hired. So. How they not. I probably would be. I'd have I'd be in the cell this. I have a fleet of them. But I I would be you'd be solid. You know, it was a ritual, and I know, you know, this, but and then Saturday nights, no matter how popular you were as a kid, you would hustle back to the house to make sure you were there by ten thirty in the mid west or eleven thirty on the east coast to seize that an allied, do you? Remember what it felt like that first show when I called Saturday night, right? Yeah. I do I was just at the opening of the national comedy center. And they asked me out, of course. Yeah. Credible facility, by the way in Jamestown, New York. It's Lucille bad talent. And wow, what a digital interface to have with the audience. It's so academically setup. It's just beautiful research. You're in the middle of nowhere in the middle of. Lake chautauqua. It's very sacred lily, Dale. Also, they're America's second community to talk or institution where these Baptist cans..
"gilda radner" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Additional conversation. With filled out real He'd, always smooth, out Phil's hair and it was I, mean of course that. Was Meyer played bubbles in. It and it's so funny it's like it's just crazy We just? A few more minutes lex another person on the. Cast is, your husband, Ben what do you tell your daughters, who maybe want to. See this, film naughty puppets Michael data champ One kids this is. Definitely a kid. Stress it up this is definitely a, grown up movie but it's the. Fun of, it, you know, taking, you know it's, it's kind, of you know bending both John res- it's it's kind of bending the. Buddy cop film it's bending the puppets Traditional puppet movie is and finding those kind. Of tweeting them into Best on the floor and enjoying it fun the happy time murders is the movie Before we let you go I was telling Alexis dawn I honestly I was watching a whole bunch of trailers yesterday and I saw the trailer for love. Gilda and I gotta tell you your You're? Reading the letters or, the, words of, Gilda Radner just watching the trailer Melissa I was crying really quickly and like twenty seconds what was that experience like for you Amazing to get the whole to actually I actually held the book that. She wrote, in and looked at her notes and. Just be her Gilda Radner thought process and it was it was like an incredibly special..
"gilda radner" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"A get, a hitter in, here, I really, would have as August. Unfold the priority, may turn, to a pitcher because the, young guys, may hit a wall a little bit but July thirty first. For me would have been a pitcher I mean would. Have, been a hitter Rodriguez has been a surprise, I and I think a lot of the young guys are, actually turning, out well and look good I've been real happy with Will Smith he's plainly you know he's stringing two seasons, together as far as I'm. Concerned he's. He, he's encouraging and we you. And, I, have talked on the air about the condition. The injuries. That keep on all right well. We'll, talk to you tomorrow yeah yeah I probably should be able to get in so thanks Marty And keep educating. Kermit about my God Rosanna Danny. You didn't know that girl Zana's probably, like five years old so I don't know. What you want for me? Watching, every night Saturday? Because OSU is boring. Corrales I was watching the. Watching her and the. Rest, of them. Okay I'll. Let you go all right. Take care all right Gilda Radner she was, the Chris Farley I. Was down by the river. We got. It down by the river come on my alone hair with. Gilda Radner am I alone in this. Well in, your time, she was a legend she was married Gene Hackman she, was wild, wilder sorry Willie Wonka that's right and she was a power she's a power player, in Hollywood and comedy and. Then she. Died, tragically tragically cancer Gilda Radner. All, right, how 'bout the underdog in Fremont eight away. Cambior go, ahead Hey Marty how you doing great great on a Saturday night we're glad.
"gilda radner" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Finished Sousa, Morgan spurlock, Michael Moore, do you see a new sort of golden era, new genre arising here this summer. I think to Morgan's point, you know, it's a cynical era, and I think some of these movies are are capturing, you know, a feeling that it doesn't have to be that way. So I think I think these movies might not have been so successful in years past, but I think it's sort of a reflection of the culture wherein now I think when it comes to people like Mr. Rogers and Rb g and we have a film coming out called love Gilda, which is about the life and career of Gilda Radner. I think focusing on individuals who are Trail Blazers who have inspired people who have meaning in people's lives. I think just seems to be resonant right now, and I think I would also attributed to to the filmmaking involved. Some of these films are just magnificently made and a really pushing the envelope. So I think as a film experience, they're also finding audiences. Because they're really beautifully made and sort of very, very high level. So I think it's a combination of the art of the film how they're being made, but also picking subjects that in this particular cultural moment, really people need. They want to connect to these people. They feel like it reminds them that they're still good in the world. Here's a clip from that trailer that you made mention of Amy love Gilda about the Saturday Night, Live star Gilda Radner. One of the voices you'll hear in this clip is fellow Saturday Night, Live alumnus, Amy Poehler. There was so much in the world that had yet to be carved out for women. The guys weren't saying, hey, let's think of a way to put guild in the sketch, but he was always funny. Being in the sick of it. I don't even realize what drives we were making another beloved figure. Gilda Radner immune. Tell us tell us about this one. Well, this is another trail-blazing woman who was the first female comedian hired by Lorne Michaels at Saturday night Saturday Night, Live in nineteen seventy five. So she, you know, she was doing something that no one had done before her. And she also had, you know, a tragic ending where she fought cancer, and, but the way she did it, I think inspires a lot of hope and inspiration and people. So her story makes you laugh and it makes you cry. And the way it's done by a very talented new director, Lisa deputy, oh, really creates a film that has guild his voice. All the way through at guild is an in effect telling her own story. There is a treasure trove of home movies and audio tapes that have never been heard before that Gilder recorded and modern day comedians read some of the diaries that she left. Behind. So I think again, it's an, it's an experience that people will feel good about, I think is in spite of of her early death. I think that she left an indelible Mark on our culture and people connect to her Ernst fired by her and this film, I think, allows them to sort of experience that emotion that they had watching her way back when let's go to Brian in Montreal Canada. Hi, Brian, welcome to the program. Very brief. I wanted to throw into the mix Canada's contribution to both documentary filmmaking and its diffusion as a way for communities to cultivate new ideas and to cultivate ideas that others will feel strongly about pretty quickly during World War Two candidates that alone on North America fighting Germans. And so we brought over the documentary expert, John Grierson within making documentaries in Britain to make Canada's documentary all through World War Two, the advantage by tagging shorts feature onto an American Hollywood feature. Both American and Canadian audiences could get a feel for what the war meant ordinary people during the Vietnam war. When I was studying with John thune American students who are getting their draft deferment by studying a Canadian high tension university got to study with John Gerson and learn how documentary film can make a difference in.
"gilda radner" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Qualcomm is trying to meet a pledge to investors to cut a billion dollars in costs according to people familiar with the matter the chip maker started cutting about fifteen hundred jobs in california welcome employs thirty four thousand people the company's sales have fallen every year since two thousand fifteen they're expected to decline three percent this year turks will go to the polls on june twentyfourth this year for landmarks snap election bloomberg's symon democrat in istanbul says the vote is likely to consolidate president erdogan's grip on power talk president type party has never called early elections in the sixteen years it's been in power and had repeatedly rejected speculation it would call them this year that's exactly what's happened chain twentyfourth texts will go to the polls to landmark presidential and parliamentary elections the original date was number two thousand nineteen many analysts had predicted snap elections saying a deteriorating economic outlook with prompts hours want to change the date rather than risk seeking reelection in downtown in his stumble symon democ on bloomberg radio the tribeca film festival kicked off last night in new york with a tribute to one of late night comedies greats love gilda new documentary focuses on the life of gilda radner who made her mark on saturday night live lorraine newman was ratner's his fellow snl cast member a very warm loving generous person she talked to me a lot about the support groups that she was involved with and you know she always saw it as this is for me but you know she did so much for everybody else i love that she's acknowledged radnor passed away from ovarian cancer back in nineteen eightynine coming up check on markets i'm michael barr this is bloomberg terrace sixty billion dollars you ever wonder why weddings is so expensive why brexit was really all about china did you know that an economics professor uses broadway musicals to illustrate his lectures the bloomberg benchmark podcast is about all that.
"gilda radner" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"You know that l did what what she was going through the the beginning from the beginning was so heartbreaking i had the biggest crush on her as a kid that you really did i just i was just totally just totally into her because she was funny i always wanted to be funny i just found her adorable absolutely and the other couple that would have been danny devito rhea perlman sitting down with them oh my goodness in a natural sunny and then finding out there very serious people which only on stage it's always sunny in philadelphia which is hilarious on effects i don't get to see it very often but every once in a while look catch an episode online somewhere but he's very funny i think they're separated aren't they are they in like last year it's too bad bad now the only thing is not anymore because you know that danny endorsed bernie sanders yeah back then but can you imagine just the natural conversations how funny but you're right it probably turns out they're very serious don't have those probably be disappointing i i don't know that that would have been the case though with gene wilder and gilda radner i because you know okay he liked making you know.
"gilda radner" Discussed on WGN Radio
"A couple of minutes and then come back and talk about your new show bunny bunny gilda radner a sort of love story but i just i need to ask you since her name is come up what do you think it was about her what set gilda radner apart from from pretty much everybody else's ever done comedy well i think what you had was this very unique intangible sort of quality which was that no matter what she was doing her personality as a human being came through so you knew her you know what she was wearing funny wig as roseanne roseanne a dan but dancing across the studio floor with steve martin he's had a sense of who killed a was 'cause she showed her soul she she told you about vulnerabilities fears and the there was a little girl inside of there that we all felt very very impressionable no matter what she was doing so i think that's the real quality that she had because you get actors and actresses were fantastic and once they do but they hide within the character that they're portraying gilda had that unique quality of portraying a character but you also got a sense of who killed a was speaking of the little girl inside there were a little girls such as myself teenagers watching gilda radner thinking this was so cool i was this tomboy girl and i wanted to see the girl hang with the guys i love tony fields joan rivers and it was nice to see a hip.
"gilda radner" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"You know that did what what she was going through the at the beginning from the beginning was so heartbreaking i had the biggest crush on her as a kid that you really i did i just i was just totally just totally into herkus she was funny i always wanted to be funny i just found her adorable absolutely and the other couple that would have been danny devito vito and perlman sitting down with them oh my goodness in a natural sunny and then finding out they're very serious people which only on stage it's like whoa always sunny in philadelphia which is hilarious on effects i don't get to see it very often but every once in a while catch an episode online somewhere but he's very funny i think they're separated aren't they and last year bad so now the only thing is not anymore because you know that danny endorsed bernie sanders back then but can you imagine just the natural conversations how funny but you're right it probably turns out they're very serious don't have those compensate probably be disappointing and i i don't know that that would have been the case though with gene wilder and gilda radner you know because he liked making you know well he did.
"gilda radner" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"You're him doing all that dumb shit him between usually your guy ready lee you're ready all right one three two one so where were you not november twelve and you'll go i was at home my mother watching jeopardy of something like that and but the line was the hollywood twit i knew say jeopardy go cut that's right there he would say don't say don't cut let it wrote just keep moving while right there that thing you just controlled room but it takes two fucking things between your legs hanging deep to do that because when you go to dish and you actually see people walking in it's really weird steve simone you don't know what it's like when people cower like i've seen all levels of people in addition i've seen the people walk in like i walk into audition now like but i learned that inspired the men too when i went to re for spina men to her in that movie everybody in that room to read with some of the usa yeah the big movie we'll look at them i you know what they don't have the comedy store midnight no these people can do that fuck them fuck it up and boom the next day books by the men too i remember reading an interview with bill murray and he said early on gilda radner was amazing i'll dishes because she was rich she didn't need the money you need the mushy and have any pressure on her and he was just starving i next meal so he's like i realized by watching at that i had to go in and not care what happened he was like the only way i could be myself and be loose was to go in there go.
"gilda radner" Discussed on Hot Talk 1080 KOAN
"That he were born with sippy bought today and they became fast friends working together on his script called traces which became 1982 hankypanky the film where wilder met comedian gilda radner now is in august of 1980 one would change his life from filming ended wilder found himself missing rather so we called her the relationship grew and the couple married in september of 1984 in the south of france anyone who knows the story of gene wilder knows about the deep connection he had with gilda whose life was tragically cut short by ovarian cancer that seem cancer the two genes mother here together gene and kill the talk about the relationship shortly before her pessa chance irresistible i will name his years as more than any looks more than any hand is always a sucker for a sucker for a laugh out on the best audience she used my teacher because she tells the truth more than i do when i am faced with a really tough one where i i get hurt i withdraw into what guilder calls adopt that ain't she will land basked me until i have the courage to get angry with her respect her enough to get angry with her and let her have it's not in order to punish her but to say what's truly on my heart what hurt my feelings because if you'll harbor it it comes out and another way but if you say it at the time it's gone five minutes later it's gone maybe the next day or possibly in three years but it does go away twelve years ago it wouldn't have worked at this minute right here now specifically your hunger yeah we're half yes here gene wilder talks about keeping romance alive and a relationship has been going on for a few years i feel very strongly from my own experience from what i've seen in the world that when it hits that way that classic way that we hear about sex but none are looking for when they have a good woman children it's adventure they want a reaffirmation that there are a man so they.
"gilda radner" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Shooting of parties apiece so heard a party wants and yes or near a couple f two party but didn't have the courage to go over this was one of the most brilliant comedian minds in gilda radner and if you younger and a lot we have a lotta younger gals at listen with the moms the grandma you got a google gilda radner and just just embrace gilda radner just spent some time it just observing the brilliance of this cow so there's a died so glad to see that the documentary about gilda expected opened the tribeca film festival organizers announced tuesday announced tuesday that the documentary luvyo the will premier on the festival opens on april eighteen that's nice to see you know she died of ovarian cancer way too soon 1989 but will not be chattha be shout out to the great gilda radner 635 with your piscopo on the radio frankie here and debbie theor would let's go to alanon simon constables going to join us and you always welcome the call flu shot enough lucia you got to get something it's an epidemic now so you've got to be careful but you welcome the always to weigh in eight seven seven nine 700 2999 judge napolitano on the show roger stone on the show we get about a nickel molly is in games will keep as well big out by with the headline news on a am 970 the answer passion vis vis am 970 the answer thirty degrees 635 on malger too low with local news first here's what's going on state offices in new jersey are opening with a two hour delay today do the wintry weather it's to allow for clearing the roadways parking lots of sidewalks and less hazardous travel conditions during this morning commute forecasters predict areas north and west of new york city will be hit with a mix of snow sleet and rain during the morning rush that will eventually taper off by mid to late day we'll get a weather update from joe lundberg in about twenty minutes the.
"gilda radner" Discussed on WGN Radio
"As it stood very similar to the theme that they do now very similar so more modern version so they took down the other one i did well what happened in adam sandler complain what you what it's going on all now you guys understand the concept correct as rally you know what i'm we've what we're doing here yes i will ask you a question from each decade and i i will admit that the the 70s questions might be difficult for you guys because you weren't born yet seed have to go on a hunch org or just gas so okay so here i here here's the question in this is from the 70s wego who who do each wi right and privately say okay so dan are you ready yes lorraine newman the older radnor jane curtain opened up a show and what dreamy cast member are these ladies singing about what dreamy cast members are these leasing about now it's multiple choice that god so to say what dreamy cast members ladies thing about once against lorraine newman gilda radner and jane curtain so who were they singing about is a dan aykroyd john belushi chevy chase or garrett morris what dreamy cast member of lady singer uh i will gas belushi and new chevy chase chevy chase was gonna guess blood court if it wasn't multiple choice blood court right what was that due to get that cut with the bandaid that we always tell that story volcan reluctantly that's bug bush bird court was heralding harold annoy let's i'm sorry that's fantastic that you said that let me see if you can get this one as well and then we will go to uh uh to to launch or to send news okay picked the correct slogan for this snl product okay spod beer that's the product spud beer what is the slogan is it the beer that made boise famous is it moon shining a can or is it now in chunky style spud beer the beer that made boise famous moon shining a can or now in chunky style mallon cantey style but that is incorrect it is the beer that made boise famous whatever funnier we have to take a break here for the for the news and we'll come back and the aggravating snl quiz will continue as world isiro dan zero all right we'll be right back this day.
"gilda radner" Discussed on KGO 810
"Classic i don't know if i can say this on air but you know the famous january yeah and so they were just they recoiled and shock the oh my god he called that woman a so it right and they were instead says shell he get away with dire how you know i can't believe that they did that like it was nineteen 72 you can't seventy five or seventy emily you will still say that zaire and all the time people tell me that darren flat astra per that was downstairs in the lobby exactly what they did a lot of steps and he was hot okay well you know i think that they did i was thinking about like i think it was the last sketch that they did with the original cast where they were the last one after of like five years before it's switched in and and and and what's his name laughed and they've they've they've ever saw her yeah that of israeli ever saw what name jacob cells are dry and when you would write the last one before the joe piscopo era okay i got around the yeah and i remember they did this sketch in what it was it was supposed to be like french aristocracy and everybody coming through is is is announced though the early sandwich oh can i get a piece of bread is in the last week was the deuces was the last one in his in in the eye is gilda radner nick would you like vaxxers no i just like a little vinegrad water we laughed but we could yeah said hourly ambiguous duo is that that thought i know that now or is that member i don't know and there was a animated in and they were they seemed gay because i had a bit about before metro sexual about you know he he's he's he seems gay irons is t shirt now and you know where i worked it out and i i have a roommate's east he's you know that's gay i would say that and they've got really get last but i couldn't do it now which you know what i i probably think people here with our ongoing loan since today big limit they're doing to that cat the drive you yes this is the.