21 Burst results for "Greg Daniels"

"greg daniels" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

Happier with Gretchen Rubin

03:28 min | 3 months ago

"greg daniels" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

"It weird league did relieve some of the pressure of it being the very first script that he was writing because no one really expects a script that you right and only three days to be very good so he was like well. This is what it is so gretchen. That's so interesting. The greg daniels did that. We'll see this is the thing. I would never have thought of that because i always feel like more time makes me less anxious. I assume everybody else feels the same way. But when you put it this way it makes perfect sense grudge. One really nice thing is that it lowers expectation like you feel like yes pressure actually deliver a great script in three days than you would in a week right or if you give someone you're like oh you've got to take a stab at the annual report. Get it to me by wednesday like well. What can you expect. It's the annual report by the middle of the week. I'll do my best. But no one's expecting a polish finished product and that makes you less anxious. And then maybe i especially for some people. It probably would help them get started with lowering anxiety. Yes in gretchen. I wonder if this is related to your know yourself better question of are you a marathoner sprinter. Well that's interesting because this has to do with work pace and marathoners are people like me and you where we like to have more time. We don't like to be up against a deadline. We like to work steadily with with a lot of cushion and then sprinters really like being up against a deadline. They like you know they feel like they're they're kind of their energy and their creativity is crystallized by urgency. So i can see how sprinters would like to work less time. But i think maybe marathoner paradoxically might also benefit because it would relieve that. It's another way to relieve pressure. One way to relieve pressure plenty of time to do a great job another way to relieve pressures feeling. It doesn't have to be so great. Yeah and this could apply to many things not just script writing thinking. I could apply this to planning a trip. Like just say okay. I have to plan the trip in an afternoon. Yeah and then it's like and it's going to be what it is not feel like i have to look at every single hotel and every place you know. It's kind of related to decision fatigue. Yes which makes me think this might be a good thing for questioners. Because one of the ways that questioners can defeat this analysis paralysis to give themselves deadlines so maybe they should actually short a deadline to make sure that they kind of say. This is how much time. I wanna give to something and i'm just going to do the best that i can't and i can also imagine that procrastinators would find this helpful so one thing you always sale. It's bit is that action is the antidote to anxiety. And i think for some people saying you need to start now and finish quickly is a way to get started. And to and by lowering expert expectations lower than anxiety whereas a more distant deadline feels more intimidating because that's when sort of perfectionism can set in and perfection is is sparked by anxiety about feeling anxious about the final product. This way you're like. Yeah do what you can. It is what it is exactly. it's funny. How often lowering expectations improves life. Yes we'll let us know if you do try this at home. And how giving yourself less time works for you or if you as in the case of greg daniels you you used it on someone else. Let us know about that to let us know an instagram.

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"greg daniels" Discussed on Office Ladies

Office Ladies

05:01 min | 3 months ago

"greg daniels" Discussed on Office Ladies

"Play it vividly. Remember this test. I didn't do a lot of test like this. So it really stands out. I think we were all excited to see this cold open. Come to be because it read so funny in the script. But i think what the remember the pressure that that you have trying to make something like this reality. The whole idea probably seemed kind of easy on paper but it was really up to the set designer michael gallagher and his team to make it reality like i said i would do. I would do tests. But there were mainly hair and makeup tests. Or you know a lotta camera tests. But i don't remember one quite like this so i walk into the bullpen. And there's a lot of people there. Greg daniels was their director. Paul feedback Randy cordray our director. Kelly canley of course mike allen berg and then fill shea and the prop department as well and what i saw was just like what you see in the episode. It just looked like a desk wrapped in wrapping paper. But as soon as i walked in it was made clear to me that i should not touch the desk like. Don't really go near the desk until we're going to do the test. I mean specific instructions and it was told everybody that just keep clear the desk. Don't touch just thing. It was their like their only prototype. And so i kind of imagined underneath the wrapping paper like it was kind of house of cards or something. Just read ready to fall. So i didn't even want to breathe on it because i just was thinking remind what if i knock this thing over and for everybody before even do the test. That would be a total nightmare. But then they were ready to do it and props department gave me the briefcase which had something inside of it to give some weight and so they said go so i through the briefcase on the desk sat in the chair and i totally expected that i would fall like rachel ground but to be.

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"greg daniels" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

02:40 min | 4 months ago

"greg daniels" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

"The show and phil was graded that phil she used to go to scranton and have all these deals with different businesses and radio stations. And he'd come back with props for the set. There were all super authentic right well on that note going back a little bit but why did you pick scranton in the first place. Yeah well there were a lot of factors that went into that so you wanted to place. That was outside of the city but they never went and in place. That was a little faded. And i felt the northeast part was kind of important to me like it was a adaptation of an english show and something about the north northeast new england kind of mid atlantic felt more like england in certain ways and scranton has like a name. That's kinda hard to say. It's a comedy words. Got a case out its aunt scranton. You know but the interesting thing was when you know when i picked it i talk to people scranton journalists and there's this guy josh mcauliffe who did the scranton newspaper and he was really skeptical that we were gonna be nice to scranton and i had to say to him. Look you know. I did came the hill i went to texas. I didn't make fun of them. I understood them. I like did the work to figure out what life was like for people in texas and the point is not to do cheap jokes making fun of the environment of points to be specific and find a world. And you'll be okay. Don't worry right so it did. Work out nicely like i think we got to love scranton by going to visit for that convention and then it was amazing to come back and go to the ball field and everything and i think it's been good for their the city and the other thing is like the city is so much more beautiful than you know our corner van nuys that we were shooting in next to the granite cutter. I feel like we did a little bit of an injustice to how pretty the city is right. A lot of natural beauty very hard to recreate in van nuys. Yes the office. Deep dive is sponsored by better help.

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"greg daniels" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

04:56 min | 4 months ago

"greg daniels" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

"Jack benny thing of your money or your life and not just have a guy stand there and tell the setup and the punchline in the same line right if you're gonna go with character comedy you've gotta learn who the characters are right and the audience has to figure it out and That takes some time so they always tend to start slow. Don't start with a bang. Usually so i wasn't thrown or worried when it started slum right but there is a difference between season one and season two well so that was my next question so i you felt like to my understanding. All of the writers disagreed with you. But after the forty year old virgin and seeing steve and seeing him in a new way and when what his sensibility was that you needed to change michael that was part of it for sure. But like you know how i said. The the goal with the pilot was co even produced. Something that looked like the office. Right it was a production type of deal so them going into season one. It was like okay. Can we write the office. Can we write stories that are like this and are just as good but not use the british scripts or anything like that. And then i think we achieve that but then we didn't have very good ratings right and kevin was really a fan of the show and the middle management at nbc. We're fans of the show to which was really funny. Because i went to like whatever up fronts the things where they were presented and all the middle management would come and tell me how much they loved it and they would point to the senior management is being michael. Scottie like you could say you could tell like they were feeling oppressed by people not kevin but other people in the in the structure bay way. It was really hard to get picked up and kevin said okay. Greg you have to come in and pitch me how you're gonna change it because it has to change..

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"greg daniels" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

05:21 min | 4 months ago

"greg daniels" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

"It's me that's right. You're trustee host brian. Baumgartner and you are listening to the office deep dive. Thank you for joining me once again today. I am very pleased to bring you part. Two of three of my conversation with greg daniels. Now think of this as the second act of a three act play if greg's interview were the lord of the rings and it was almost as long as that trilogy then. This would be the two towers which my producer has instructed me to say is definitively the best one anyhow by now. Many of you know that greg was the creator and show runner of the office and what that means is in addition to doing a bunch of other things. The show runner is basically the head of the writer's room. Which is why i wanted to save this part of greg's interview until now as the official start of our many deep dive on the writing of the office. I'm very excited to kick this series off with gregg talking about all of his theories on comedy writing insights into the writer's room itself and how they came up with so many great storylines also towards the end of this episode. We have a special cameo appearance. By ben silverman our executive producer and the guy who initially hired greg to run the show. It was so fun to have them together in the studio a little hectic but fun and it's always fun and educational to listen to greg so without further ado. Let's dive in with greg daniels. Things bubbling squeak. Squeak bubble and squeak. Cookie ever left over from the night before so mike talked about talked about a writing staff and assembling a writing staff And you described it as being like x. men right you didn't want writers who would could all right the same. Yeah i think called it as as a baseball team. Okay okay not that. I'm you know so much more jockey or anything but the the idea that you can't get all pitchers you know somebody. Somebody has to be really good with story. Somebody has to be really good with jokes and You know. I always feel like the story. People should be in charge and they talk about shows. Jumping the shark in lat time zone. I think why they jumped. The shark is because the original writing staff has the more senior people being really good at character and story and the younger people being good jokes and then three years in the senior people have laughed. Do their own shows people now. The senior people and solid gets really joking. But yeah so. I mean that i that i staff the first person i hired for anything on the whole show was bj and And you hired him to do both immediate yes. He was a writer performer higher. Yup and Mindy also and i saw her.

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"greg daniels" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

05:54 min | 4 months ago

"greg daniels" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"I always marvel at the fact that the office was a show that you know America has not historically done a great job of adapting british source material. And i think that often comes from the fact that you know even though the americans and the brits use a lot of the same words we don't necessarily speak the same language like we don't speak in cultural language so things that work well over the make sense over here we try to translate them and then it sort of loses the magic but somehow the office manage to be its own completely own thing like not that it somehow paid homage to the source material but also at the same time was entirely its own entity which is real feet. Yeah i mean you know. Listen we've all said this. But you know our fearless leader greg daniels. He was the one behind that like. He's this brainiac comedy writer from harvard. He was he had been on the simpsons he had been on seinfeld had been on saturday. Night live really like come up through classic comedy. And he's just so frigging smart like every decision..

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"greg daniels" Discussed on The Laugh Track With Gerry Strauss

The Laugh Track With Gerry Strauss

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"greg daniels" Discussed on The Laugh Track With Gerry Strauss

"So I people tell me that all the time that it is one of their goto shows they don't need. necessarily. Even see it just having it in the background brings. Them Comfort. That's that's amazing and it's You know it's one of the reasons I think not not to start. At the end before the beginning but it's one of the reasons why I think your reunion special that you did towards the beginning of the pandemic. impactful because it was exactly the kind of feel good familiarity that the world needed especially at that plate when things were still new and people were still I think a lot more nervous and anxious about what lockdown was gonna look like and what quarantine was going to be and. You guys the characters that they've grown to love over not just from the show is on but like you said so much more after the fact. And now it's okay we're seeing them in the same situation that we're going to be in and we kind of laugh about it and have a moment about it and feel good like we do when we watch arc's I, think the timing of that special was. Perfect and you know the way it came to be was NBC apparently got a hold of Mike Shore who co created with Greg Daniels wreck and said, you know were these food banks are in trouble were trying to come up with ideas well, we can do to do fundraisers you know to help the food banks, and so they were trying to get shows to do table reads and a lot of shows were doing that which is great. I mean anything to raise the money whatever it takes. So the MIC is going back and forth with all of us and then he said you guys have an idea. Hold on. I'll get back to you and then I mean I guess it was forty eight hours and then there was the next message. Hey, guys. What do you think about doing a new one and we are like damn yes yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. So then he said, okay, let me get back to you again he roped together the old team and these geniuses because I think they are geniuses a put together their pandemic episode not having a clue how they were gonNA shoot it how it was going to happen no one knew anything he said, would you guys Avi Willing to donate your salaries and B.? C. Will then I don't know if they matched US put their own chunk of however it worked. But everybody of course was immediately yes. Of course whatever we can do and then next thing you know they said, okay. Here's our script and we did a table redesign table read laughed our asses off and next thing and now they're telling us how they're going to be together in I jim O'hare is attack dummy like the worst. So I'm thinking I'm GonNa Screw this up which I know would be a good Jerry move because Jerry would screw it up but this is Jim O'hare shooting this damn thing. So they sent us cameras and lights. In all boxed up and wiped down Amanda. Than we did it and then you set it up and then you put your zoom camera. So they could watch us and direct US and talk us through the piecing of things and then they scheduled each of us like a block of time. I think mine was two or three hours on a Tuesday morning and the funny part was you know it all take play takes place at night..

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"greg daniels" Discussed on DeaconLive

DeaconLive

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"greg daniels" Discussed on DeaconLive

"It's forever. Kerry. indycar Dash E I WANNA. Talk about a major event that could happen popping Cherry Dog Lord. We Are Smart and idiots are bending all the time we learn how to do it to. Just, give auto. Yeah, I won't be able to walk again tomorrow because I'm about to go get rail peace out virgin. Lost High School with Dick to see Dick. Note just want to be normal teenager. Door. We TEENAGERS END UP IN PRISON US Looking Jersey Mike's buckle up for some steamy Teen Romance. Sh! So that's new series on Netflix called. Never have I ever and it's kind of funny. It falls this Indian. Girl is from the company minds of Mindy Kennelling you know or from the office and she was also. She had her own show. It's fun it. It's A. It's a girl Shell. The compensates well written very well written very well shot. The characters are great. Everyone has their own personal characters and. Quirks and an jerks and all that stuff, but it talks about like girl issues about losing their virginity like going into high school and style and I just kind of checked out because I was like well. You know it's not really my thing. I mean high school. Of course and losing your virginity Christ I wasn't. Wasn't until I met my wife. Right? Everyone out there shaking your head. Yes, you know it's Kinda. Lose your virginity in high school in this girl's on a mission to do it, and she's an Indian girl, so she's Kinda outcast, nerd girl and when I say Indian. Nut the WHO I'm talking about. The dot on the forehead, Oh my God. What was I? Talking about the whole show and I do that I'm sorry I'm sorry. Sorry, Deacon, it profit radio. Dot Com all right, so here's the new show. Speaking of the office do Krill has. Kind of spoofed actually again from writer Greg Daniels who brought you the office and some of the symptoms, and that show upload that I was talking about earlier fast, Colpon, cast. Was All right wasn't horrible, but this Jesus Christ. This is space for starring.

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Space Force Review: Steve Carell Charms in Netflix Comedy Series

First Light

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Space Force Review: Steve Carell Charms in Netflix Comedy Series

"As the brand new streaming series space forces about to blast off that's right this star Steve Carell and it's created by Carell and Greg Daniels who is best known for doing the office the two of them of course work together and that for many many years big popular show this one is a Netflix series and like you said it's taking off this Friday it's about the creation of the space force which is a real thing and we've got that actually happening right now and it's a more of a workplace comedy from the general's point of view has been put in charge of it that being corral potus once complete space dominance to that end the president is creating a new bridge space force which mark will run what overall the story is interesting I'm curious to see where they're trying to go with it because that one hand they're trying to make a kind of this absurdity but on the other hand there really trying to make this destroyer of out this general who finally gets his chance to run something and and he's handed something that he really doesn't want to do it he's gonna find a way to make it work hi it has had some some very funny moments especially because of the acting I really want to see where they go with season two because they could this could blossom like the office but it could also please allow ten you know crashed upon landing yeah you know it's got that deadpan humor the kind of thing that Steve Carell is able to do very very dead pan humor how does that how's that gonna hold up episode after episode well I think that's the part that works that's I think what made the office work so well and and he's he's up against like John Malkovich's his foil it and and that that really was the two of them have great chemistry I was amazed scene after scene they trot out in every scene another new character actors some of television's best character actors on this so that makes it look pretty interesting all right how many how many retro rockets do we give space force I'm going to give it three and a half retro rockets but they're firing on all cylinders and that's good because I I I think this has a lot of potential which is kind of still has to fight to find its

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"greg daniels" Discussed on X96

X96

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"greg daniels" Discussed on X96

"May and Greg Daniels with chewing on everything he could get his hands on including his hands time was when waning and with the US and the sad a convincing facsimile of a Koster phobic queens apartment was tricky to navigate Daniels who's the series creator watch the monitor as the crew work to tight spaces in the director shouted commands he chewed his gum cut take another please he chewed his fingers cut let's try again he leaped out of his chair consulted the crew came back chewing on his thumb cut one more time for safety at least I got to sit back and let her direct Daniel said nodding to the episode's director Diana reed which was maybe half true he had complete faith in these directors he said but the this was a passion project three decades in the making now you know good Greg Daniels to parks and recreation mmhm the office she's a very successful creator of these comedies Orton producer of these comedies mmhm the American version of the office which she developed and oversaw but upload is based on an idea he thought up when he was a writer for Saturday Night Live in the eighties it's a sci fi dramatic comedy set in twenty thirty three in which the souls of the dying are up loaded to a virtual afterlife upload is also his first major creation since parks and recreation ended in twenty fifteen and when it debuts on may first on Amazon it will do so in the wake of several other notable series focused on similar themes and issues it's been three and a half months of go go go it's been a little scary but it's ready to go and let's see what does it say it's going to be on by may first on Amazon so I think I'd be certainly worth checking out it's called upload poetic justice I guess an Ohio man who continually dismissed the corona virus pandemic as a political ploy and ripped his state's lockdown as bold sock has died of code nineteen John McDaniel sixty years old passed away last Wednesday in Columbus Ohio exactly a month after firing off a series of angry messages about the contagion is anybody have the guts to say this covert nineteen is a political ploy asking for a friend prove me wrong he wrote two days later Mr McDaniels reportedly called B. S. on Ohio governor Mike DeWine is a stay at home order closing bars and restaurants he doesn't have that authority if you're paranoid about getting sick just don't go out it should keep those of us shouldn't keep those of us who are worried from live in our lives he said this madness has to stop well it has to stop for him yeah Mr McDaniel's obituary confirmed that he had died with his loving family by his side from complications of covert nineteen he was the first covered nineteen fatality in his county Marion County he leaves behind a wife and two sons and we'll have a live stream funeral you could not have known a more loving and loyal husband father son brother uncle and friend the obituary said simply put Johnny began a love life loved everything he knew and everyone he knew with his whole heart unfortunately I would add he he didn't love everyone and everything around him with his brain probably brainwashed by fox news yeah that's him more on Hannity and Rush Limbaugh more than two hundred members of Congress including three from Utah are urging president trump to direct federal spending on advertising then that it be prioritized for local media outlets that's us you know like Broadway media next six the corona virus pandemic is caused a near halt.

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"greg daniels" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"greg daniels" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Brown and Greg Daniels the Duke blue devils lead North Carolina this tobacco road battle fifty five fifty one eleven fifty nine to play in the second half sixteen fouls on duty just three on North Carolina but the big file on the tar heels was our mondo pay cut the big freshman he picked up his fourth foul after picking up three put backs give the start of the second half of the office of glass so he sits with for now yeah he was he was very dominant before he had to sit for now I think it was two three years we see a lot more of the book of Jonah Lowe block and they're trying to get the ball inside the room with a guy like that just a few years you may look for to float around a little bit because it will be a lot of room to put you through more character growth inside now there are made of Margot breakout is out of the game imagine Justin Pierce the William and Mary transfer the grad student he had a five will run in that game for North Carolina against Duke right the dean Smith center a personal five goal run where they were kind of in the same situation North Carolina was in at the end of this first half right where they were trying to get to the locker room with the with the guys deep on the bench and there was a big plays a very capable players self full court pressure sort of token pressure now backs up it'll pick up half court politically with the radio dribble across the time line going to the basket to our right the screen rolled three brief double team with Robinson I didn't shoot instead of pass was taken away three three points this is no good Jones is gone cold here the second you got it we will because that was a live ball turnovers if you do not walk into the business with.

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"greg daniels" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"greg daniels" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Details loose Alabama along Greg Daniels LSU leading Alabama thirty nine twenty seven I want to get to college football playoff number two number three last four times the AP number one and number two have have played the winning team has failed to win the national championship but the losing team has won three of them including the last time in two thousand eleven when Alabama lost Ellis you so maybe some late jockeying for the best position before the whole structure that's it I don't think anyone throwing this game to get that stat on their side number two and number three respectively soon all of them and the coaches poll whoever loses game kind of feels like that on the box itself it seems like it if you haven't seen ruling to bottle into the flat to a ton of the law and what it will take it down to just prior just shy of a first down at the five yard line so Alabama will happen second in about two from the five trailing by twelve to greatness directional that played by Steve he's a detailed model the fourth with these really good wide receivers one three wide receivers out as all of the squad well played this drive is gone seventy yards already three first downs game big big versions on third down including thirty nineteen at the beginning of the driver Alabama's went three and out second into from the five by lower back to pass pumps wants to his left knee was open to run it but he didn't instead finds a wide open ninety Harris in the flat to the left side of the ball is added at the line of scrimmage by Tyler Sheldon even completed now third in two yeah you heard it all aboard or Jim really welcome to the world it's almost like he's been directed do not run out of the box it does seem like it feels like that because he had nothing but green grass in front of him he is old worst case scenario you're sitting first and goal even if he goes and slide but it would have been your right absolutely unnecessary big third down here on the thirteenth play of the drive third and two from the five play action fake the slant into the end zone nearly the jury duty Cameron Lewis the third string safety in because of depth issues in injuries on the coverage and it's for the two from the five if they don't score here jury duty is going to hate himself for the next week and a half bulls very respectable the LSU defense has their portion of their fans on that into the field to the north end of the LSU band up and playing they're urging the help from the vocal minority in this crowd a big fourth down for Alabama trailing by twelve with five thirty seven the play little by little has.

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"greg daniels" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"greg daniels" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Networks presentation of NCAA football it's it is the first single from the two now another give the browser welcome to the Stanford California where the Stanford cardinal host the northwestern Wildcats Ginny's coverage of NCAA football is brought to you by five hour energy energy on the go works fast works long tastes good now let's head to Stanford stadium where Greg Daniels and Tony hill checked off today's coverage of NCAA football on this media network everybody along side Tony hill at.

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"greg daniels" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"greg daniels" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Back in Chicago at the United Center, the house that Michael Jordan Bill, but it's all college tonight. And this weekend the big ten tournament back where it started twenty two seasons ago. The boiler makers have been behind a lot of the contests but back in front by two seventy one sixty nine with two forty eight to go over the gophers of Minnesota, Greg Daniels and Doug Gottlieb with this one will have another one after this between Michigan in Iowa. But that feels like it's a long ways away because this is such a hotly contested game right now right now in Minnesota part of the problem is they're shooting has gone into a slumber one for their last seven they they've gotten everybody finally got to win the game on the road. And you have to take a breath and read purdue's defense. They had Trayvon Williams in the game. All right. We want to spread you out and attack. Whether he's got the ball with a hand on the other hand, we don't want to post up against Favio Williams really don't wanna post up against that harmful. Very good post defender if they go back to now. Now, we can expose poster on the second right after these two bigs. So you're Minnesota spread about attack number fifty. He started to move his feet. The perimeter. If at long jump shots taken that guy should run to rebound. Defensively, you know, they're going to Williams at the left block who's gonna shoot the right hand or go to harm to write law. Minnesota basketball out of the time out. They trail Purdue by two twenty on the shot clock, the lobby into Amir Coffey. Coffey dribbles it with the left hand into a crowd. Good helped by trae beyond Williams. Good chase by no gel eastern. It goes out of bounds.

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"greg daniels" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"greg daniels" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"Oh, mercy. Some some of the best stuff in Simpson's is always the people who are not the Simpsons family. It is truly so fun. And I remember I don't know how much we talked about it with you when you were on the podcast four. But I know that Josh has spoken to us a little bit about how like there was a desire to kind of like have like a like a spin off of like just that. Oh, you that was actually old thing that there was a brief period in like two thousand and two were Josh in me and Matt were doing doing a spin off of the Simpsons called, Springfield or Springfield stories where it would be all stories about characters in this instance. And but it didn't ever get past the drawing board because there's Matt is not the ultimate. As to what happens in the Simpsons. But who wants it to happen? Isn't that enough network? Exact. I mean, you don't have to air it on FOX. You can it on gas station team. I don't care that was why I would say that was one of the reasons that we did back in the day. Why we did that episode twenty two short films, right? And why I wrote that that steamed hams thing which was inspired by that. Thank thank you. That we have that clip is your hearts that. Because of that that thing that the original Skinner and Chalmers interaction was an improv and as a number of great moments on the Simpsons, we're actually improv between Harry and Hank or or Dannon Hank when it was an early. It was I think he wasn't whacking day when the boy said what's that rattle? What's the battle of? No. He's exactly that whole thing was I hope we haven't left everybody behind skipped over a lot of it. But that was an improv. And so we were always trying to encourage Hank in and Harry to do those. And although this was scripted. That was why I was like there's never enough time to force in more Skinner and Chalmers. So let's do a whole segment about it. Yeah. That's amazing. So if you haven't heard the episode where we talked to Bill about that episode in particular, one of the most interesting takeaways that I think is kind of good life lesson is when we talk to you, you kind of said like I wasn't sure when writing steam TAM's that if it would be. Like, the funniest thing or the most boring unfunny thing because when you're when you're imagine reading that on the page without the voices and kind of try to figure out like just it's kind of just a conference goes on forever. And it was extremely self-indulgent of me to force it into the episode because Greg Daniels was was the supervising writer of that episode. Although there was written by twenty writers or whatever Greg was compiling everything. And I remember seeing him sit there reading it. And like you didn't laugh at all. Fortunately, I was running the show. So I just said put it in. But it didn't at the time. Nobody really liked that episode. And like this is. I think the thing is the Simpsons generate that people who are here tonight. And the people who grew up watching the Simpsons are very different than the people who are watching and working on the Simpsons in one thousand nine hundred four, and I think that's also that we're going to find a little bit of that tonight with this episode as as we go forward, I'll tell you some more stories, what is the next clip that we have. So I know how much to lead into it. I. I as I mentioned backstage I've like seventeen clips bouncing through. I mean what I can play is. Because this episode is so icon EQ, and I felt like, you know, so many of you guys already know the general story beats of it. But there are so many great little moments between these two episodes that are these really great troch moments. That's kind of what I highlighted in my clips so with that being said, I would really like to play this clip of Homer with rickets. Alma us hothead. It's going to go down burnt his son blackened machine you wanna come with juror. I've had it up to hear what he damn Ricky..

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"greg daniels" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"greg daniels" Discussed on Double Toasted

"That is a legacy show and that same way Greg Daniels road on the Simpsons EKO co-created king of the hill. More importantly, he created the office, which you one of those last seasons of the office. But those first couple they changed comedy. Like, there's so many shows that we'd love that do not exist without the office doing it. I right. And I'm actually gonna mention one of those because what I like about this is you know, parks on came out, which was also created by Greg Daniels. It was kinda like an Obama optimism era sort of right? Like, it was a show. That was reflective of the time that we live like, I guess, you don't know the subtext your space forces like Trump announced that. Face sports thing. And they even have some of his quotes here in quotes. So it seems like, you know, basically to get weird military's future version of the office by the guy created the office and Steve Gorell. I think it's going to kind of be reflective of the the post Trump election era that we're living right now. Like like when in the Romanovs came out. I was like the guy. I don't give fuck if it's good or bad. We have to talk about it. Right. Reggae is one of the greatest comedy writers ever. And so it's a big deal. And specially that Steve Kraus to star in it, which is again kind of deal because he starring in an apple show as well. So he staying busy. But it seems like he's going to be in the Netflix business. Maybe this is where your extra couple of dollars per month is going to to fund space force. So yeah, I just thought it was something we're talking about them. What do you think another no footage there? But what he gay? None. I mean, listen, I'm excited. I'm one those people. It's crazy. I don't know if this is just a reoccurring thing that's been happening for years that I just been oblivious to. But every time I'm on social media. I can't tell you. How many like office memes or things were icy people? Like, hey, what's new on Netflix? And they say reruns of the office, right? I think the office was good. I only caught a few seasons of it. It's not something. I didn't. Something I never sat down to say. Hey, let me watch it from season one through the end right despite how it ended. But but but I say all this because I'm like, wow. I had no idea the power of how great the office truly was you know, and how big of a deal that was or is still for people. So the Steve Carell do something like that. Now, maybe in space, you know, I think should excite people, and that's pretty much my two cents on it. So when we think a great dramas like I'll turn this over to you really quickly named four great dramas, whether you've seen them or not. But you know, what they are right named for. Listen sopranos lost the wire deadwood. Right. No, it's good. It's kind of a mount Rushmore lost is debatable on that list. Even though I love it. Okay. But that's my point with comedy. You have like cheers and sad to say the Cosby show because before all the rape, you should it was a wonderful show at Simpson's isn't comedy lore. And the office, really? Is there, you know? And even though I prefer parks and rec more. It's like again that doesn't happen without the office. Just like breaking bad doesn't happen without sopranos. You're allowed to like breaking bad more. But you have to acknowledge that this doesn't exist without the other thing. So yeah, I can't tell you how excited I am. And they don't even have a date on it. But the talent alone got me, really, really hyped cool. So all right, everyone. We are now jumping onto the next story. And listen, let's go ahead. And just get this out of the way, we don't do movies. I don't think we'll ever do movies. However, Corey doesn't watch anime and I fucking adore dragon ball. I would also even say dragging. The ball is the godfather of enemies that revolutionize and introduce animate to the west that said dragon ball super Broglie came out this week. Let's go ahead and play the trailer because Christian I are going to give our deep dives on that movie. Enjoy..

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"greg daniels" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"greg daniels" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"You can figure out what you're gonna do. I might start running. But you you can also be checking as you go not have time, man. I'm out here. Trying to run these Dicks. She would have to run really far to carve out a dick. But some of these are some of them are just like a mile they larger than a mile. Yeah. Yeah. I'm gonna try this actually looks kind of like Florida too, right? Yeah. That's true handle that is one of the weirdest things about nature is how many things look like Dicks. All over the place. And a lot of the stuff that looks like Dicks are things that man has sort of genetically modified corn on the cob when we first got corn. It was just like two kernels at the end of a long stem. But then man like genetically modified it to look like a giant dick with corn all over it. Oh, that's man doing that. Or you go. Yeah. A lot of these look like Oklahoma to what I mean. Yeah. I guess you can start just calling the panhandle. Like, the cock shaft. Yes. The oklahoma. Cock shaft. Yeah. Oklahoma would be very strangely shaped cock. Yeah. That would be like there would be some kind of gigantism or something right into scrotum. Yes. But anyway, we're not doctors follow us dick run. Claire have. She needs more. I think if she doesn't have as many as the president of that's proof of your thesis that social media doesn't matter. So there's a movie coming from net flicks. Speaking of the president about no series A series. Yes. Okay. My bed. I'm sorry. Just just hop in really quick dick run Claire has oh actually saying have you have more followers than to sixteen point five history and get your numbers up. Claire. I don't even know why we're talking about her. Okay. Anyway. Sorry. So there is speaking of the president. There is a comedy series coming about his space force. Yeah. From Greg Daniels and Steve Carell. Now, they were the show will Greg Daniels was the main Showrunner and then Steve Carell eventually became head honcho there too. But these are the people really behind the US office are now giving us a show, which Netflix describes it as a workplace comedy centered around the people tasked with creating a six branch of the armed forces. So this sounds like something that's in their wheelhouse right place comedy of like with some kind of really bumbling task the feels like what's the point of it all like a right company? Yeah. Just shit coming down from on high and the on high is just governed by somebody with a addled toddlers brain on Adderall that is going to be crazy. Well. Chorale? I am on board that they are a dynamic team..

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Steve Carell to star in Netflix comedy "Space Force"

Todd and Don

00:42 sec | 3 years ago

Steve Carell to star in Netflix comedy "Space Force"

"So the space force. It may not be a reality yet. But it will be coming to a small screen near you actor Steve Carell will team up with the office creator, Greg Daniels. Again, this time for a Netflix series. That was inspired by President Trump's idea. For a space force. Steve Carell will start in the series, which is described as quotes workplace comedies centered around the people test with creating a six branch of the armed services. The space force to establish a space force as the sixth branch back in June, President Trump directly to the Pentagon to establish a six branch of the armed forces dedicated to protecting American interests in outer

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Steve Carrell and an 'Office' Creator are turning Trump's 'Space Force' into a show

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:23 sec | 3 years ago

Steve Carrell and an 'Office' Creator are turning Trump's 'Space Force' into a show

"Hoping for a reboot of the office, you may not get that. But you will get Steve Carell and the office creator. Greg Daniels teaming up for a new Netflix series called space force the show will be based on President Trump's idea for a six branch of the military. It's described as a workplace comedy about the people in charge of creating the space force a release date has not yet been announced sounds of that could be good. I like the office of the humor of the office, which just not a show. I ever got to seal anything. So okay. Let's see that way. I just feel like I have gobs of time. If I want to catch up on the office before I transitioned into this new show

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Steve Carell to star in Netflix comedy "Space Force"

Lori and Julia

00:33 sec | 3 years ago

Steve Carell to star in Netflix comedy "Space Force"

"Want? Steve Carell, Greg Daniels. Best known for starring in and producing the American version of the officer teaming up for a new workplace comedy. And this time they have their eyes set on space the show called space forces a series about a group of people tasked with creating a six branch of the armed services known as the space force. Now. Remember this space force else taking its inspiration from the president's proposal of a new military branch of the same name. Now, the show debuting on Netflix sometime soon Steve Carell reportedly being paid a million dollars enough bestowed this

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"greg daniels" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"greg daniels" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"Hey there and welcome to a very special episode of Conan O'Brien needs a friend today. I'm talking to someone I've known for a really really long time and the truth is we are friends. We've we've known each other since we both got started way way way back in the day. And so today a conversation with a good friend of mine. Adam sandler? We have been friends for a really long time. I met you when you came to set at live. I was working there. Yes. I remember, you you note and Kirk and me Odin Kirk smuggle and Greg Daniels all like shared one back part of the office, and you would come in. Very actual you. Okay. I want exactly what I wanted to talk about. You are the most confident young man I've ever been my life. Yes. And I admire that, thank you. It was just just sheared driving a little mostly stupidity. That may be that way. But I was I was there certainly went for land. I was competing with Farley, by the way. Yes. I remember thinking, I envied you so much because. I'm a little old couple years older than you. But I was still young. But it took me years and years and years and years to grow my confidence just years and years and years, and you came out of the gate confident, and you had the goods, but I remember thinking, how do how do you get that? How do you come from? You know being this kid from this town in New Hampshire right right over the board or to. Yup. I got this. I got this. This is what I should be doing. How do you? How did you? What are they hunt? From is that your dad is your mom who where all my data? Mom, always were very telling me. I was good at stuff. They were. They always love me. And had my back. I they they talked about how good I could be at thanks. You know, my father was definitely gave me, you know, realism of my what I'm not good at two. But, but they definitely told me, you know, you can do this. You could pay a tire you could pay you could saying you can. You know, you can't dance I tried to ban. So little bit to be the triple threat that my grandmother said I should be and they said to eliminate the damn thing and concentrate on. Yeah. Lost the dance. I I was nuts. I was certainly I think it was just I told so many friends in New Hampshire when I left to be a comedian that I was going to be huge, huge huge. And I would put myself in a corner. Like, it's getting bigger people starting to notice and no one was noticing really. But like saying all the stuff to my hometown kit buddies that how everyone's talking about me, and they weren't talking about me. But I just put some weird thing in my head. I gotta get this done. She I heard a story a friend of mine witness this stand up comedian, Ron Richards agai knew from years and years and years ago when I was first starting out and Ron Richards told me that he was in a club. When Eddie Murphy was just starting out, and nobody showed up that night. There was no one in the audience and all the other comics pissed and angry and. Is you know, saying Davis fuck this? And they all left, Ron Richards. Stuck around Eddie Murphy one out. I don't know if he was like seventeen eighteen and did his whole set for now there for nobody. And when I heard that story of that story. And I thought I think Adam would do that. I think you would just be one of those people like there's one person the owns I'm going out there and doing it because I'm going places. I got stuff to do. This is what they're that. Come to see did takes a level of confidence that and in your ability to be able to say to your friends in New Hampshire. I didn't say anything to anybody. Really? No. I never said a keep your eye on me this kid's going places. I always kept my cards close to my chess. I like that better. That's the better place to be. I I did fear and cover hedging my bet..

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