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"guy billy" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Up after the news your opinion on the excessive gatherings that seems to keep happening in the wake word we'll talk about that also a straight up at the top of the hour jokers news and if you have not heard what the latest numbers are how many brand new cases there were rather shocking and he will have all of that for you and just about nine minutes from now all right who else would be good to have on this televised concert it's all because a corona virus it's basically like a living room concert the stars in their own homes in their living rooms on their own equipment through their cell phones are going to be performing no live audience I think it's going to be really weird looking absolutely who do you think could pull that off or since we have no concerts right now think back what were some of the best ones you were at Linden free holder on New Jersey one one point five hi how are you guys doing what do you say but bad taste Mariah's not bad you could do it not and ed Sheeran another excellent choice probably yes yeah I know so I just like the song that they sang and I guess even like the here and I will give up on us especially right now I think that would be a great song yeah we should put our own together with all the suggestions you know anybody I don't know anybody in the music business now yeah me neither height was and it was I thought I would share in return my calls Linda thanks for your call has he never heard of us of course he has a Joanne forager on New Jersey one one point five Hey guys Billy Gibbons from ZZ Top would be great thank no yeah eclipse forms you can watch my you tube with the other call called and said that kid rock they did a performance like in their living room excellent really yeah actually I never even performed outside of the band yes once in a while you know he he goes around it you know just do little things but he was with the kid rock I can look it up on YouTube really great and then and what was that other thing you were saying I started talking about the best concert ever saw was only a couple years ago but was a Black Sabbath concert but that was the best concert ever been to a fifty years old it was unbelievable really this just recently within the last few years yeah and I was he still had it two three years ago all yeah they had it they would because they're not all drugged up they're great they're on their game but even Ozzie had it there were signs all yeah he added wow I don't I don't spot good he joined nice to hear actually Joe thanks your call Doug in Raritan your new Jersey won a one point five thank god that the government all right Doug I got I got you for you know I'm still calling so I'm a couple years ago in the laboratory was good show okay and the tech will be able newer solely earnings the lead singer of Godsmack actually one of the best shows I've ever seen as far as a solo mention that yeah I got nothing on that okay wait a minute when he's performing solo I never knew anything about a performing solo is it the same style no totally different you got you won't look at look him up outstanding performer solo ad spending okay how is it different I was literally a softer sound is I mean I can like I can't imagine anything other than Godsmack warning Godsmack is the hardest ups so your dinner is kind of just different music it is lower it is a little different it's hard to explain Geren chance look him up you to break down like that you are you won't be disappointed I guarantee it he guarantees a guide dog thank you because what I get is raw and we know this is an amazing three right five minutes back Jeff in Clinton you're on New Jersey one one point five Hey guys so I think I've got to I think one would be Daryl hall of Daryl hall and John Oates I think that would be awesome John notes I know that one can you at least have John Oates looking in through the window screen or something just got his head in the drop but but but but but but but I was at a taping of a live from Daryl's house a few years back and the live shows are just are just dollar and they're not you know they're there to even even even performer and my second one is Neil Finn of crowded house who also just doesn't really really great solo stuff if you ever look it up on YouTube or whatever he's got he's also a great songwriter in his own right but the solo stuff all right a look into it Jeff thanks for your call and one more windy and puts down your New Jersey one one point five I got it I windy everybody safe yes ma'am mmhm hope you are right room yeah I'm trying Eric Clapton him down he does a great whatever unplugged or with the band or whatever he's made a wrong turn Clinton to seventy wonderful tonight yeah although I don't know how he sounds these days but probably still pretty good yeah hi Wendy thanks for calling New Jersey won a one point five C. radio one media outlet that actually hold a balanced viewpoint New Jersey won a one point five for what it's 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"guy billy" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Where you're going to be their congratulations here mom thank you mama for help me out well most of funny to get a bunch of the songs you practices probably wants to do here let's keep or you know do we use the least certainly that somebody else this is Lisa final play along the car I guess you're ready alright take away mom when he got good you're a tough guy like a really rough guy just can't get enough guys chest always the pop guy what is in that one as you know that is hi Bridget yeah well the this bad guy Billy I was right yeah man you got lucky I know you know again now that day believe in tonight though and you're not here to get me through it all without one we think that I want to stay there for both mom but I don't believe that it is so good you one that's lose Kamal Lucy Paulding so when you log great great song for song of the year this is a good song and she didn't really see rivals Louis sounds just like him yeah last go ahead this is your big swansong mom go ahead and I go where you and we always be there is close right there we think it what are what Taylor swift saying Lisa this is your moment though congratulations you're off to the Grammys nice job okay thank you all right hang on good only for racism model going a bit let me and some this is this the a string this is one of four three my family's Valentine the morning seven forty three thanks my mom again she a lot great I love her so much she's a she's funny that's what I grew up with you know that's the back story of my life that not job my mom he don't talk about your mother on the radio like that I should be paid for this stuff is a never I think she's been on the show every day this week was now it is a point where it's like I still have your mom on value to me this is so good is so funny I know this makes you about this one says a hundred on with the battle to sex coming up eight six six five four four my FM you're playing for tickets to see Halsey at the Hollywood Bowl but she's so great hi I love seeing her perform if your first time you know listener to my wife and first time come you're so thanks for doing that but his Valentine you met my mom a few minutes ago you know so that's pretty cool my name is Jill and thank you so much for listening I'm Kevin good morning appreciate it as always Hey is Molly let's see right now she might be a rally might be driving her to school right now hi Molly high alley have a great day school I will I'll pick you up later that's awesome and you have something really big coming up give us get one of those big watershed moments in his life coming up I guess on Friday tomorrow what would you tell the other thing you're doing all the school well hi Molly you know getting my name is the natural jump for me but tomorrow yeah I'm going to read at her preschool which was my first time ever doing it first time those so excited for the first time reading at your kids school as a dad is just it's such as the national thing you're gonna be a natural to a good thing I feel good we should practice on the year because I I give you one step I'll bring a book tomorrow if you lose them if you lose that crowd you're done yeah bunch of preschoolers for sure oh my god you know the book already that you're gonna be door to take a look at the give me a my god they usually have that Hollywood headline I love auto is going to have a very personal very emotional performance at the Grammys like you the details coming up free outlet bargain market a home of are you unhappy with the face you see in the mirror maybe crow's feet deep wrinkles red and brown spots sun damage broken blood vessels loose scanner even acne scars.
"guy billy" Discussed on Under Review Tennis Podcast
"With the Menendez brothers? What clothes they went to Beverly Hills high. I want to say Monica's but Eric Eric is to tennis player. Yes there are tennis players and I actually played doubles. They're a little bit and I used to practice at his house once a week and he used to come to my house once a week. Eric and Lyle Menendez For those of you. Who Don't know who they are. They killed their parents. I'll tell you a story. You have time for story. They'll blow you away absolutely okay. So when I was sixteen I played up in the eighteenth and Eric was two years older than me and so I actually played Eric and a lot of tournament players. Well okay so. The older brother was lyle. He was going to Princeton. I'd never met lyle because he was always back. Era was decent like he was like top. Maybe top ten in southern cal seems good enough to make nationals. He was going to go to UCLA. I don't think he had a scar. You might have a little partial scholarship. This is a very wealthy family. Yes they are very wealthy family. They moved to California air. Probably about fourteen or fifteen because we only knew them for three or four years because they had actually live back east. The father was an executive. Yeah he was something in the movie business. He was Cuban descent Demaim was Super Nice Blonde. She's kind of quiet. So I remember playing Eric when he was maybe fifty and I was like thirteen or fourteen because I played a lot so I always beat him and he was a little bit of a maniac on the court. I actually liked my parents like days of funny guy kind of but he was a little bit of like a maniac. He had a big temper. And this and that and plus. I was a couple of years younger. He didn't like losing to somebody younger. But you good player though good player but alarmingly hot temp. Yeah like you know like a short fuse but I will say a couple of my really good friends who. I'm still friends with now. He all played with him at Beverly Hills High. Because like this Guy Billy Wright Gottlieb Schwartz. These guys are still friends with all got along with him. Pretty good you know. He was like a typical Beverly Hills. Good Looking Kid. I thought maybe took drugs or something he was. You know hyped up and everything But like never in a million years. Think something like this is going to happen so actually hang onto. What did they do they? So what happened at Kalamazoo I'm sixteen? It might have been the year chucky one actually because he. I think he's the same age as Chucky. Yeah because I played up that year. So chucky one to eighteen. I lost in the quarters. I was playing up and Eric played that year. I actually I think I played doubles with him there. But Anyway we went out to dinner with the parents a couple of times. I always liked him. The Dad was not overly friendly but not us like Cuban little look a little rough around the edges but I. My Dad was tough on me. I thought he was a great dad. You know and so I got into the Junius. Open that here so I'm forty six now so we're talking thirty years ago so we didn't have cell phones all this stuff so I'm at the. Us Open first week. I'll never forget this. My Dad my sister and my my mom are staying in the city then like to go out to. I'm GonNA play the juniors. I think actually might have played qualities that you're I don't know but it was that first week because Derek Danica was playing Boris Becker that year where we had match point and Becker hit. The let-cord winner went on to win the tournament. So I'm sitting in the crowd and this lady. I'm sitting with the Vince Spadea actually and this lady comes up to us and says did you hear what happened to the Menendez. But she was this Asian Lady's I couldn't understand her and she goes. Did you hear it happened? Menendez I said no what happened. She said they were killed. I said Eric in laws the killed but I we thought she said Eric and Lyle I said Eric in Lyon and she's killed I said. What do you mean they're killed? Somebody wanted to. How shop and Blah Blah Blah and? I'm feel I said when I sit a couple days ago but wasn't in the news here with a couple days ago so so Vinson I go to find my dad. My Dad's out watching some outside courts with this guy. Mark Murkland Dad. So I find my dad I go up to my dad and I say you're not going to believe this Erik and lyle were killed. He said what he said. What I said You Erik Menendez Lamin and there's somebody wanting the house shot them. My Dad's like Oh my God. Let's go I need to go get a drink or something. He's like what can you do? GotTa you know I still get a drink. You went and got drunk. He said when we get back to the city. I'll call this Guy Randy Right Billy. Wright's to find out what happened. So my dad says okay. Let's meet in a couple of hours. We'll leave. I feel sick Boba about thirty minutes later. My Dad's watching the match. He gets a tap on the shoulder. Turns around it's frigging Erik Menendez. And he's like. Hey Mr Joyce my dad looks at him and says Oh a hey. Eric doesn't say oh. My Son Thought said Your Dad. He but he's knew something was wrong. And Eric said. Oh Mr Joyce where's Michael? And he's a go he's somewhere and he goes well. I have box seats to the day's matches if you guys WANNA come so. My Dad goes and finds me and my dad dealt with stress. He's like what the Hell's wrong with. You can't start telling me the guys daddy pay tapped me on the shoulder. Let's get out of here. Well it turns out that they are back east for the funeral and that was one of the big things in the in. The case was that they had bought bought like these two thousand dollars box seats to the US Open so they actually trying to get my dad and meet a testified that we not only saw them at the. Because that's what happened. They found this trail that at. I didn't think the kids did it. But then when they found the trail of the money they spent they went to. Us Open they bought a porsche. They till this day. I have no idea how or why they did it. I have my philosophy. I think the older brother was the mastermind. I think Eric was probably whacked out and went along. It's one of those things you can never figure out. But can you imagine those guys are in jail? They're ju- Joe for life. I mean there was two trials I know bunch of my buddies that were went to beverly high step how to testify. They had to testify in his defence and some of them had to testify against them. They put this whole thing. They said they were sexually abused. Their the you know is a huge. It was actually. I think the first case that was on court. Tv and it was right after the Oj case so they became like superstars because they're the trial was on TV and then the first trial turned out to be like a hung jury and they got convicted became superstars because they were like good looking. They were on like Every those all access whatever you call that. Tv just started. Oh man that's so that's it wasn't like I was super close to them. I mean some of my buddies were a lot closer with high school and all that but I certainly you know knew them. Well how about the guy should have the. Us Open man so were they. Were basically on the run. Well apparently they had planned did everything they went to cheesecake factory in Beverly Hills. They lived in a beautiful house on Elm Street right on In Beverly Hills. They got tickets like a movie. So that like they're out of movie they went into the House. Shot them which is unbelie shot on like a bunch of times people they made it look like a gangster shooting or something then they left and went back to the movie came came back home and then called and pretend that they walked in their parents like dead so right off the Bat. They weren't you know. Of course there are suspects but people also I mean I never thought they did it like you know. We're like fell terrible. Eric actually went decided not to go to college. This is where they started doing stupid stuff and he actually hired a tennis coach and he went to Israel to play a satellite. Because you always want to be a pro. His parents were GONNA make them go to school so he was in Israel when they picked up lyle and then he came back Like basically he could have probably ran at that point but they actually probably would have never got caught up that. Eric is talk to a psychiatrist and admitted that they did it. And then the psychiatrist wasn't allowed to go to police. The psychiatrists had his girlfriend in the next room. Like tape it or so it was. You should actually look up the story. It's crazy they didn't get caught so about six months later but the police were watching that we might have to revisit this on like a different. Well this yeah this is Yeah Michael. Joyce here we go so I. How would you describe your pro career? I had a lot of I had a lot of good wins. I was really good for a couple of matches. I dealt with a lot of injuries. I think that shoulder injury even though it's my left shoulder I think that Hurt me a little bit. A weakened my left arm where a few years later ended up having a bad wrist surgery on my left side Which was my two am back. Which is one of the best shots. I always felt like I wore out a little bit like He said that you serve was was not good. Wasn't it never had a great sir but I'm also not that big of a guy I mean if you look like you know I'm not small but also you know I'm not like chunkys good Three or four inches taller than me. you know he He had a good pretty good serve until he hurt his shoulder. I had a great return. I was kind of played a lot. Like Agassi. Just wasn't as good you know And also my game took a lot. Outta me you know. I returned really good. I had to wear guys down. I took the ball early Hit pretty flat but usually by the time I'd get to the quarters or I'd be tired. My Body guys like currier. These guys were getting stronger and I was getting weaker. I don't know how natural everything was back. Then either you know I mean. Some of these guys were unbelievably strong or move. Stor got tired so I mean that's a nice way of putting it. You know a lot of guys were like that so I feel like you feel like these guys were blood. Doping is all day. Who knows what they're doing? I mean you know. I'm sure if you ask most the players Tarango you go down the list. I mean talk to Jeff about it. I mean these guys were inhuman some of these guys they used to play the Monte-carlo these tournaments the finals were three out of five and they plan the next day the next tournament Munich. The next exactly you know and and you know a lot of guys and they weren't testing back then so what you know what was stopping them. Really I mean I I had people approach me to get you know. Give me stuff. My parents were like does no chance you're doing this. You know but I got to like fifty whatever in the world and or fifty something and and there was probably if I would want another six matches a year I would have been twenty. You know so But then I dealt with injuries and then at the end of my career when I was twenty seven twenty eight which sounds ridiculous because now guys are playing until thirty but My mom got real sick and she had cancer young age so I spent a lot of time at home with her and then I went into coach. Like thirty basically What was your best moment in pro tennis fourth round of Wimbledon with was really good Ron who was actually first time. I was in the main draw. I Made Fourth Round there. I always did good the L. A. Tournament which was a great tournament. Ucla I'd be career when he was number. One made semi's there a couple of times I I make cores of keeps gain quarters of of Feel like you're right there. Yeah it was right. There had a lot of good wins. You know they would beat somebody like Kafelnikov and then by the fourth fourth round. I'd lose to Bjork manners you know I just. It was really tough if I look back now. There's probably some things I could. I could have done a little bit more physically. You know maybe got a little bit physically stronger. My tennis was always. I felt like good. It just like wasn't wasn't I just got towards the end of tournaments..
"guy billy" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"So Chris and bill. You guys are out at Media Day yesterday. I'm sure you have plenty of good stories out. There and it's always good networking going media days. I'm glad you guys went out there. You spoke to some players players. I obviously saw some cool photos. You guys with Donna's has them of all people. I hope he didn't say anything about please. Please tell me he did what was the most exciting part of it. You know it was cool. Just kind of because there was a lot of downtime like we obviously talked to a bunch of people but there's also times where we're just kind of sitting around people watching and it's cool to just see the media in their element you you get to watch you know you see. Tony Fiorentino that guys king around those parts East still works. He works through me shaking hands kissing babies. He's doing everything Rothstein man appearance at some point. The Dune just walked any comes up says hi to some Guy Billy's talking about. He throws a line like sorry. You're talking to this guy. You know you yeah this Ross. Yeah just working. Obviously heat related heat related. I was most excited about and not even most excited just most interested in that you gotTa Love Air Expulsion Man. He genuinely believes that this team can win a title this season and I know every team kind of has that like you know every every team but I'm telling you even if you don't think think this team should have that Spoelstra. A hundred percent believes that this team can win at all and I just love that you at the termination in his face. Does he think that this team can win it. All as in this seem as presently constituted or this team network those uniforms by the end of the season after they make some acquisitions. I mean you know who knows what he really thinks. When the what he gives off is like I think his quote was unequivocally. Yes we can compete in the eastern conference like he for sure like he thinks that they're up there with those two. I mean I obviously throws in all the qualifiers like we got a lot of work to do a lot lot to grow favorite. WHO's a favorite Audis Philadelphia right or or Milwaukee Philadelphia or Milwaukee Yeah. Neither of those teams have that big three heat warriors feel to them no one in the league really I in fact I think you you know Philadelphia is the favourite obviously out out east along with Milwaukee as you said but Philadelphia I believe to be weaker and they were last year. They replaced me Butler as wells it could Josh Richardson's nicely complementary piece and if Josh Richardson's your fourth or fifth option. I think you're in pretty good standing. There going to be good defensively but I don't disagree that Miami he can compete in the Eastern conference another takeaway for me. Today was justice winslow like walking around like he owns joined now yeah. He's got confidence like a few years ago when we did this peanut butter and Jelly Sandwich. He was just like following a media guy around like Oh. I'm going here okay yesterday. He was running around. He was doing that thing for that Media Day. You don't know what he was doing. No I'm just saying dude. He was a real place yesterday. I don't know if he brought a camera or if he took someone's camera but he was going around the entire time with a camera as though he catania. There's always one guy on a team. That's part of the media today. I'm taking he goes up to some guys. Get interviewed. He pops up like he's asking a question. He was that guy like which is fun to see because he he's. He's killing himself. He's a fun guy. I've been season ticket holder events in the past when they have those photo stations where you wear like boas and stuff in front of like those those cameras owns joint yeah he he's a he's a quite the personnel. Meyers Leonard has a great personality. That guy was walking up introducing himself to everybody fool name. I and like everyone knows wife had become like already beloved heat twitter. He seemed to be genuinely into every conversation was having like he seems really cool. Aw Jimmy Butler was Kinda like the cool guy. He walked in. He had a guy around him. He had a BA blow pop and he had to do a couple of pictures so he hands blow pop to the heat media. Guy Hold does his pictures and then I saw the guy handing back his blow up afterwards that was pretty cool so head he played by Jimmy Bu probably didn't WanNa do like all the media day. Craziness has to hold off on his press conference until the Friday before and that way I gave everybody the availability we request Jimmy Butler and we didn't get Jimmy Butler because I think Jimmy Jimmy Butler pulled a fast one. Guy's gotTa make good then yeah we got. We got a lot of people we did go. Are you gonNA tell everybody your observation from the spoke press calm. I was going enter a now that I'm not gonNA name. Names was just observing the media and stuff like that like air this name this name because he was John he was doing longhand longhand. He was the only person I was scanning the whole room 'cause like when spoke talking like everyone's tweeting stuff everyone's typing there is Eric Reed writing like notes of what SPO is saying Longhand. The media was there yesterday to cover media day in the team and it seems like Chris was there to cover the media like Christmas than media's media dates media. You do now what I will not reveal names. I saw somebody because like during this press conference is outrageous. If you're in your car put on your seat belts right now everyone is tweeting out quotes from SPO- like wallets going on watching everyone like and it's all the same ques- exactly exactly like that and there's a reason why it's all the same quote and that's what I'm going to getting too. I saw the media member scrolling through twitter. He saw somebody had just tweeted a quote he copies. That quote takes it to his twitter. Account puts it in tweets it out had he played his plagiarism plagiarism. If it's one quote that in fact it would be sort of a betrayal of their journalistic responsibility wants ability if they didn't have the same quote verbatim right and it was. I believe it was the fifteenth because I tweeted this happing and pacing someone else's work and using it as your own is is not a betrayal of their journalistic second. Is that why you were tweeting out spoke quotes. Yes not well. No that one that one it was because he said Jimmy Butler is the top fifteen player on on the planet and I thought to myself everyone's tweeting. I need to get going so I started trying really fast the tweeted out and by the time I tweeted it out. Thirteen people tweeted it out so it was like wow I guess I wasn't the only on her that I also there was also quote. I got out on our show account where suppose at one point that he takes his job very seriously. I thought that was a should've done yesterday. Thinking about it now obviously were like twenty four hours too late on it but when you saw someone copy and paste someone else's three to do their own you should have just done with Anthony. Chang like word for word everything being Ami Jiang did yesterday you should've just copied and pasted and not give it any credit for to meet Anthony Anthony Chang. I kind of screw up our running joke though because they didn't like I it was agreeing with everything he said. Chang you said Anthony Chan Grease with me. Chris going up and go. I agree with Anthony. I was just feeling nervous and didn't want to be weird so I was just like hey. I agree with everything you said. Hold on hold we'll patches. You've been hovering over the microphone like you. WanNa say something. Thanks for a really long time and I'm just like are you getting in and the one thing that you said was off. Mike fixed micro. What did I do. What am I doing. Java microphone get excited. Demanded glowing. Yesterday yesterday was fun man. I like being out there like being at I like just like billy said. I wish I could just be a reporter on the media. I like just observing irving the media well. It's interesting to have you guys out there and I'm sure the media sort of reacted to you guys as you would expect like. What are you guys doing right yeah? Dell Alan. Why are you here. Were like rude. If I'M GONNA be honest it was rude to say. Why are you here but okay. I'm covering yeah. I think my Cuneo from CBS still like what are you guys doing here. Is that how you pronounce his name. It is Daham. I always 'cause I follow him on twitter. I think do I I don't know but I always thought it was coug. No Man observing. I wish I wish I could just observe the media. Ah like when everyone rushes because that's how it worked. Everyone was at the practice court and then they would bring a player in and put them against the wall and everyone would have a little scrum and then he would go do his you you know individual stuff and every time there was that scrum be jacks would just pop up first guy and he he would ask the first he would. You Check Very Jerry Jacks Harry Ajax. Yeah Call Be Jack. He wouldn't just he had to get the first question and every time he's just like hey. How's it going to get to see like he was on. He was the first one everyone just like. Where's the got who's a wacky media member or was it you to during the interviews we are definitely at one point. I saw someone like Kinda just like they're talking to their John Junior. Let's like and and we were asking about condiment fingers then it's just like keep moving that there there did seem to be a scenario where like the heat actually we're covering foxborough doc support be rolled whatever and they were walking around with the cameras and they had like the big boom mic or whatever and like they've followed some players over us and in my head I'm like I don't know there's a good idea. Are you going to get much here and then shortly after they would leave because they realize like Oh. This is what we're talking about which conman I'd like coming out of my little tease. We're not gonNA give up anything that they said we talked dion waiters and he got up from interview saying this was the most fun interview ahead all day so I have a question about dion waiters. You realize realized that whole like angry come back video that he released. It started with your voice knocking yeah. I told them yeah. Billy tried to make that awkward. Oh I told them luckily luckily anymore. I don't think you really like you know remember. Specifically is he looking fantastic. Billy was gushing from you. Know my most awkward like not awkward awkward uncomfortable moment was it's so we requested three players so we did a lot of prep for those three players and then we were getting other players that we didn't request so like we had less information mation on them so you know as they're coming over we had like you know a minute thirty seconds before they showed up in his IRA well we gotta interviews. People let me look facts on these people so it was is one of the Times where like the camera crew is coming around and by the way the camera crew so another spoiler alert alison sat in on some of the interviews with us no as soon as the camera to chime in as soon as some some of the camera crews would show up though she all get up and they'd look like very awkward because she was in. We were set up at a table so we weren't me and Chris were on one side and then end the player would be on the other side where the hall was so easy for them in and out and Alison was sitting next where the player was so like the camera would go on position on the side get the guy and she just like hop open like bolt out and they'd be like looking what happening right now because she just disappeared and sometimes you're talking about things that she wanted to talk about it. I had to like get her back echoed with a camera so like the cameramen.
"guy billy" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Bad guy Billy I wish the second biggest song in all of the country after spending the past three weeks on top and now there's nothing left but the biggest song in the USA this week. and this track of the top is actually the second due west from these artists to make it on to the chart back in two thousand sixteen they reached number ten with a song called I know what you did last summer and now with this one they've gone all the way to the top. Shawn Mendes and comedic avail senorita the new number one song. begin top forty. that is new at number one from Shawn Mendes and Camilla could bail send your reach us..
"guy billy" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"The recipient of the one but to Christy just Marconi awards for his broadcast the one in the old the old guy Billy Cunningham the great American welcome is Sunday night throughout America from main Hawaii from Florida to Alaska every county in this great country of ours has the opportunity to listen to it to me and you asked about the issues this week it was coming up every morning I look at the media rooting for a recession no no they want to depression this morning on meet the press I thought Chuck Todd what was really rooting not just for a recession but for depression every time I look at ABC news Martha Raddatz was on this morning they're going over the evils of the American economy occasion by the president because that's the one area in which the president promised and has succeeded magnificently when he took office the Dow was eighteen thousand it closed on Friday couple days ago about twenty five and a half thousand there's been trillions of dollars of wealth created the lowest unemployment rate upon in every racial group in every gender group it's the best American economy by some have said the Wall Street journal blue Bergen investors business daily the best American economy in the history of the world because the also the labor participation rate is is off the charts and white we have relative peace around the world American economy is booming and the rest of the world economy is in trouble so more money is pouring into America so I'm I'm looking at this what can the media say to attack this president they've not done it already I believe the great American that come next November I think as the member third twenty twenty if the economy's doing close to what is doing today there's not some gigantic incredible scandal the break the trump administration wide open despite the efforts of the left wing mated to find something and thirdly if we don't involve ourselves in some elective war which the Democrats and many Republicans wanted the president to attack Iran if if those three things either happen or don't happen those three this president's gonna be in office another off five years and five months is going to continue and all of a sudden there were three or four hundred federal judges that are conservatives approved by the federal society which is a great thank so because you can't attack in there they go after after him on the gun issue or race matters on the gun issue it's a parent now the Democrats have showed their hand they know you know I know the Republicans know that the so called red flag laws and background checks will not work the Democrats know they won't work because they try to me they have worked in the cities and states they control and the Republicans are they will not work because they're fully shin feckless these individuals assuming every twenty five million semi automatic rifles not military assault rifles but semi automatic rifles that look the way they look for for advertising purposes because they look good suddenly all just evaporated the mass murders would use cars or trucks or fry pans or knives or other weapons the cars going into crowds or semi automatic pistols and this is what this is what the long term planners my psych the Communist Party would have a five year plan here's the democratic five year plan to force the president to enact more red flag laws that will not work how stupid is it to have a judge declared that a person is mentally ill and a danger to himself or others which means the person is homicidal and suicidal mentally ill so we're going to have the armed police show up at his front door chorus simply take his weapons put them somewhere in the clerk's office downtown then forces mentally ill homicidal suicidal person to hire lawyers to.
"guy billy" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Bring them to life this is the American top forty use your I in secret is Ryan Seacrest's within the forty hottest songs across the U. S. today my love into media is stopped by to tell us about his new movie the art of racing in the rain and handy Derbez adventures or door in the lost city of gold this weekend then lets his voice angry birds to next week's will talk to him before we go this is the way it looked last week the top three number three bad guy Billy I listen thank you in the two spot Khalid and talk the biggest one page here in Beaver and they do it again here we go Ellie Golding kicks things off for us back to back hits starting with this one close to me number forty even though no one lives in the Saudi John this size we just know that will be even though everybody wants a one and I'm too close to call I make in and when price tag don't yeah when you that's close to me Ellie Golding with deployment sweetly at forty well Golding's put studio time on pause.
"guy billy" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Your Halloween performance and never said hello to the ladies no it wasn't my problem. There was a lot of people going on stage and I was like in the middle of the line. They didn't realize that so I had to wait to get on stage so I couldn't come out before counter Stella sups. Is it your problem that you flipped up because Arinda window was gonna put you in the fish room is it my problem. Yet was my problem. Thank you very single. Feel Joe Body Lansing's cabarets my Cabernet but on par to the New York Reunion Nya. It seems some wonder if in fact Cabernet is still her cabernet. Here's what we have a sneak peek of next week's episode take a look. You Criticize Liu and for only staying in Rehab for two weeks do you think she took her rehab. I'd seriously first of all I stayed for three weeks and everybody at at the where I was more time as twenty one days. Stay Twenty one day. You went the first month it don't talk to me Mosquito Problem Guy Bleaker still drinking on the side. What do I think you are okay? I think you are one thing that might get overlooked. Is the pressure on you you to have everyone drinking around you all the time all the time yeah all the time. I have to be very strenuous yeah. It was really it was really tough and what what people don't realize is that it's a lot of work and it was really difficult. Call to be sober around all that drinking you know. Can you Imagine Pauly D. Right. It's difficult and nobody gave me any credit for that. Let's go to Angela from California Angela. What's your question? My question is for probably just visited him. How is the situation doing in prison and what's the biggest difference you see him in there? He's doing really well. I went into the I went there to visit him and I thought they were going to basically basically strip searched me and stuff like that wasn't the case. It was very laid back. He's happy positive. He's just so happy to get it over with yeah and he just wants the commodity sees Lauren like every week he's almost done. Did you see that Guy Billy from the fire festival. Who's in the clinker? winker with high did you did and what was that like it was cool like he was with his family visiting he was and it was like we were visiting Mike his family visiting him like this is so weird picnic tables outside wow it was weird. There's no bars like you pitcher jail bars and guys with guns like I feel like I took my phone. I had a phone on everything right. Wow speaking of jail after we taped a reunion you went down to palm springs for Cowbridge Palm Beach for a hearing. Yes I mean there were reports that they were detaining you. I was getting very nervous. Yes what was the outcome of that hearing. The outcome was that I got stricter probation roles until the end of August so I'm almost done on and then this will be behind me one hundred percent on but I paid very dearly for the last year for one very big mistake and you know I'm. I'm glad I'll be glad to put it behind me and <hes> and I feel like I really learned a lot about myself in this year. I'm sure I know I look at it right. Now is kind of a blessing because believe it or not because it really made me step back and take a look at my drinking etcetera and I I feel fortunate good. Let's go to just Austin from Saint Louis..
Michael Cohen reports to one of "cushiest prisons" in U.S.
"President Trump's former attorney and personal fixer Michael Cohen has reported to prison today to begin serving his three year sentence this as a facility that Forbes wants ranked as one of America's ten cushy, est prisons, of course, Cohen convicted for crimes, including tax evasion line to congress campaign, finance he spoke to reporters in New York City before he made the seventy mile trek, she Otis Ville federal Correctional Institution, and he said that upon his release. I'm quoting now, I hope that when I rejoined my family and friends that the country will be in a place without xenophobia injustice in lies at the helm of our country. That's a parting shot. Why are we listening to Michael Cohen what he and Michael avenue? Thirty two of the worst human beings. I think we've seen in the modern era, and we still give these guys microphones for them to spew their. You're a better Manny way, you know, who else is in there. The fire festival guy. Billy mcfarland. These Otis Ville. Yeah. And so is Mike the situation from jersey shore. All they're going to have a great time. That'd be great
"guy billy" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"Billy McFarland who was a twenty something New York City tech. Pro and the rapper jaw rule. You might not have heard of him in a long time. But he's made quite an appearance. Sean t back totally so six months before the festival trailer was released online, and it featured all these Instagram models and dolphins and yachts. And it blew up it appeared in my Twitter feed my Instagram feed. People started become interested in thinking this could sell a, you know in the Bahamas. I want to go to this. So if you're trying to put on a music festival in six months, it's just impossible. You can't do it. But this guy Billy really thought. I can do anything. I'm on top of the world. I've got great people behind me. I've got blink one eighty two. I've got migos. I've got all these great accident. And this is going to be everyone's gonna wanna come to this. So both of these documentaries take on through a lot of exclusive footage. What those six months where like leading up to what was a complete disaster. If you follow the adventure on Twitter. You know, the infamous photo is a. Packed lunch of a two slices of bread with a slice of cheese on it. And they said this is what they're feeding us here. So it was fun to follow along. But you really see how many people along the way were really devastated by this from people in the Bahamas to people in New York who invested. So the question is which one do you wanna watch? If you don't have the time like I did to watch both my recommendation would be to watch the Hulu version. I think it does a better. I know I stands looking at me, you might have to go out there and borrow a Hulu crime account or whatever. Because you know, we as millennials we share passwords so find a friend that has a Hulu account. It's way more cohesive. It's aid be explains Billy is and how he became important in this. And it shows you just the whole story and how Instagram influencers are real incredible part of of. My generation and how I mean it sounds to bit how influencers influence, but truly they do. So it just gets more cohesive. I also think the Netflix version was produced by the media group that was supposed to promote the festival so it feels like it has a little bit more of an agenda. So that kind of threw me off. And in the Hulu version you actually get interviews with Billy himself. So that's pretty remarkable to see this guy who I'm not gonna spoiler alert who's who's clearly in trouble for this in him trying to explain his thought behind it. And why he doesn't think he's at fault? And it was pretty remarkable. So, you know, if you're bored, and you don't wanna watch another screener, and you're not trying to go into a deep movie dive, this is a genuine hour and a half that you're gonna walk away being like that is unbelievable that nobody stopped that up amid a reclaimed Daniel reaction because you're aware of the stores will I mean, I watched the net flicks one. So I was disappointed to hear that you think who is better especially because I don't have a Hulu. Couches Email me later. Well, thank you it. But that is what I had heard is that the best part of the Hulu one was that. They actually get the interview with this guy, Billy? I don't know if anyone has seen JAL rule on Twitter..
"guy billy" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Just pure now. Magin a lot of people's delight win. They woke up the next day went online and saw that. While they're eating this shitty. Cheese sandwich. Those people out there who shelled out thousands of to to be at this place where eating shitty cheese sandwiches. It some people saying at all this some people say that that one slice of cheese right there. Ruined the whole thing. Yeah. I love that. Whereas like, all right. This is going down in flames. But people don't really know until the pitch of the cheese sandwich went out. Yeah. Yeah. People are happy to see that this shitty cheese. That was better than that. Ask about thousands for that one over there. There was never so much schadenfreude one time that nobody felt bad about it was. Yeah, it was funny to they know people are actually some some people who are involved. They don't even want to blame the guy Billy McFarland. Everyone blaming MandA fucking. Cheese. Just shut up. Everybody would have been fun. He's going. And. When so it was somebody that was going to do a documentary about this at some point. And that was that was just a given. But we didn't know that we're going to be so mini-me vice as documentary this out there, but the biggest ones that we talked about. Well, you had net flicks. Saying oh, yeah. They went marketing for months, man. But somehow who beat them to the punch scooped sequel. Yeah. And it was funny because I'm sure that both of them were kind of maybe they had this in development. Separately had to be yet had to be had to be. But it didn't stop Hulu from fuck with Netflix. They just who just sat back and somebody say, hey, marketing department, don't spend no money..
"guy billy" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"And bad contracts. That's what sports is about to you a used to be trading away. All your picks. That's right. You're a Celtic fan. Yeah. By the way, hopefully, Sacramento ore is the Schmoozer one say on the fans sacra tomato, hopefully, they stink. And and and the Celtics ended up getting a better pick still they're getting picks out of that deal. Now, the Billy look someday there's going to be a woman who's gonna listen to this show and say, wow, that guy Billy is interesting. What they will that be. I don't know. But when it happens, I want you to be findable that Twitter is like in witness protection for crying out loud. Honestly, it's four four letters GAC. It's really not that bad. No, it isn't. But I I have to get to work on this. I have to figure this out for you to help you out our no like producer, Tom pretty easy pretty easy easy to find. Right. There's no wonder scores. There's no none of that stuff. Actually is an underscore. Is there really will son of a damn it is it between producer and Tom? Yeah. All right. Well. Get the underscore out. There is there another producer, Tom that you couldn't take just producer, Tom. Apparently. You don't remember whenever you set it up, and he's like drunk or something like that? Eight years ago or something can you imagine the Twitter's been around that long? A really is. I mean, and you can set it up for whatever you want. Like if you wanna learn about Billy G's love life in the Kardashians. You can set that up or if you wanted to be a newsfeed, or if you wanna get trolled to fall, athletes, or whatever that's like the great part of Twitter. The the bad part of Twitter is that people can tweet you. And they would say whatever they want when they wouldn't say it to you directly. I guess that's the part that sorta sticks in my craw. But I'm all for fighting on Twitter. All right. So to be able to get to everybody on the shell at Billy jock GIF at producer underscore, Tom. And at the real, gresh G R E S H. And if you think that I did it as the real gresh for funsies, just go on Twitter and you'll find all kinds of stuff out there. Relative to me and Twitter. But luckily, I got my Wikipedia cleaned up to where it doesn't say that I learned Mandarin to make.
"guy billy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Have I mean offense of land couldn't get arrested for first couple of games, and now the sudden they're winning games for he got really terrific guy. Billy Gonzales, a wide receiver coach who's been there before, and I have to tell you about the defensive coordinator. You know, he's been around for a long time Grantham and I think the staff, the plan, the patience and the willingness to say, okay, we, we're gonna have our toll along the way, but if we do, it's not the end of the world, we'll pick it up a little back again and we'll get a strength conditioning coach by the way, if you don't know the name, Nick savage, not Bono's Dame. 'cause you're gonna comment about SEC now. So you want a great name for strength and condition. Coach, Nick, savage, who's got their bodies in shape. They're not injured. They're physically fit the member sharp guy. Got young quarterback by the way, just so you know, fleet pay Franks, all his criticism from his numbers. He got up there. He has thrown the ball to nineteen different receivers. Five of them are in double figures, and the guy spread the ball around and he's good enough to get you the WFIA needs to. And that's all he had to get better every game. So I think the the quarterback defense, the strategy and the leadership of his all ended up to not just a good year, but what is terrific year and now no matter what happens. You lose Saturday. They're gonna have a really, really good year buddy. As we close looking ahead to Saturday from Florida standpoint, what's the most important thing the Gators need to do. Well, obviously they have to stop George running game. You know, they got, they got a gender strip actually, and and Holyfield who's of top the middle. They gotta stop that now they were really good against LSU part of the set them down, pretty good out, rush them by the way and George had trouble issue. I think that's important. And then let's see if Florida can put together some long drives flea pay Franks's got obviously accurate. Veve free money back pretty darn good too. By the way, nobody talks about him, but but pe- Ryan has really become a quarterback and scarlet in Pierce. I think this team has got not make mistakes, not do. We think stupid go out to compete, stay in the game, try to win it late. They got a good field goal kicker. They could win the game by Fuego. I think just don't give it up and don't let them run the ball down your throat. I think Florida could win this football in and and really should want is they don't make mistakes spoken like a true gator buddy, always a pleasure. We'll see this weekend. Thank you very, very much. I Paul, thank you. You got it buddy. Martin one of the. Best ever been covering this program a couple of years to listening to Paul finebaum show podcast..
"guy billy" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you with Nick Parisi with us. Rod sterling, his life work and imagination. The name of the book Nicolas how many twilight zone episodes were there one hundred and fifty six hundred. Wow. And I know three of them, for example. It's a good life in praise of pip long distance call with that guy. Billy Mooney who was that kid that scared. Everybody into the cornfield. Yeah. They show where. Yep. As a matter of fact, I have a little surprise for you nNcholas Billy movies with us. Hello, billy. Hey, george. How are you man? I'm fine neck there you go. Hey, bill. Good to talk to you. Well, it's good to talk to you too. It's real good. Better than talking to a dead grandmother. So yeah. Okay. You give us the bad bad, man. I'm working for you. Now. Okay. I just need to tell you something, buddy. You're a bad, man. You're. You've not changed all that much value. Still waiting for the strike. What can I say you're in three twilight zone episodes right three of the original. And then I was in the feature, and then I wrote one of the UPN episodes, and then we return to it's a good life with chlorine bleach men and my daughter Liliana for it's still a good life back in two thousand three. So I kinda got six notches on my belt when it comes to the teas on whether you were in those episodes, and they were being done was rod sterling around. There was was he there. Absolutely. Yeah. I was on the set when he did his, you know, bumpers and intros and. Yeah. He was definitely around. And you know, it's interesting because there was no regular cast on twilight zone. So he was the only regular cast member. And every time he was on the set because you know, he and the producer buck out, and we're really singularly in charge of the vision of that show and wrestled control from network hassling as much as they could every all the heads of all the different departments were always very happy to see mister sterling when he was on the set talked to them about what was coming up in the next episode or so usually when an executive producer or creator comes onto a set, you know, everybody gets a little uptight. You know? Irwin, Allen's here, or whatever. But I recall quite clearly that rod Serling was on the set. Everybody was delighted to be around him talk with you. Yeah. Yeah. Sure. We went out for Margaritas every night. That's right. How old were you? You're a little kid. I was six I was six and seven and nine. That's how did they find you? Billy for these parts. Well, actually, those one of the very first lead roles. I did was an episode of a Loretta young show that was directed by. James Sheldon, the chorus LeBron played by mom in and the director of that show. Brought me and for the first twilight zone, James Sheldon. He brought me in for long distance. Call any also directed. It's a good life. So having to under my belt. I guess they just called me up for Impreza pip busy guy, and you were you were. And what are you do in these days, Billy, what's new Angela Cartwright knives just released our novel a fantasy novel. I think we talked to you about it when we were first writing at George on purpose. It's called the devil. Seeks revenge against an old adversary. His weapons set yourself with Tom for the show. Okay. Yeah. Love to do that. Ancient aliens? And you know, I'm playing the real Dr Smith on the new lost in space. So. Making music to you the best. Okay, billy. Thanks. That's it. You got it by George. Billy mummy, isn't that a treat, Nick? Yeah. That was thank George. So that was great. He was I get rod sterling for you on this show. You never know. He might. Yeah. Might call calling from the from the other side what inspired you to write the book about surly? Well, I mean, I became a twilight fanatic when I was a kid nine ten years old. I was just you know, mesmerized by the show. And and so that started everything, and then really since then I've just it's been a very gradual process of becoming aware of all this other stuff that he written. You know, so much of it. That was great. And I just wanted to collect all this information about all of these shows that he had written. And and it was it was just surprising to me that no one had actually done this type of thing where for example, you know, there wasn't even really a complete list of all the shows that rod sterling wrote that were produced for television or film, believe it or not. I mean every list I went to had things missing had ariza's had gaps, whatever. But so that had never been done. So the first thing I wanted to do was I wanted to know exactly what he wrote, you know, first entire career that was. Produced in any form whatsoever. So and then once I did that I just I just you know, just snowballed from there. I wanted to give some information about these shows I wanted to present them in a way that you know, the reader who is never going to see a lot of these shows. I mean, they're not the twilight zone and not night gallery. They're not haven't been commercially released. I wanted to give that reader an idea of what these shows were about. So, you know, so that that was the idea behind the whole thing. And then the book became part that it's part, you know, videography reference guide, but it's also part biography and just part, you know, critical analysis of the team servings was was dealing with and the character types that he you know, that he researched and, you know, delve into etc. Did you come across anything that surprised you in your research? I came across several things that surprised me. Yes. Probably the most surprising thing that I found was you may have heard of a particular show we talked about the sponsors before. And how they would, you know, butt up against sterling whenever we tried to do anything. That was remotely controversial. Whether there's one show that's particularly infamous in that regards called it's called noon on doomsday. It was broad sterling's attempt to tell some kind of version of the Emmett till lynching in Mississippi for those who don't know him until fourteen year old African American boy who was lynched in Mississippi after allegedly whistling at a white woman. And this really just destroyed rod Serling. He wanted to sell some of the story and every time he tried to. He, you know, he he met resistance. Well, I was able to find the actual first draft of the script that rod wrote before any of these, you know, any of these the Ferencvaros came into play, and there have been several studies of this particular show and the evolution that it took from from. You know, the where it was initially to to what aired on on on television. Well, but none of those studies had the actual first draft. And I just luckily found the actual first draft and that surprised me because I'll I'll spoil it for you. Now, it's not all that much different than what actually aired on television. So this book is going to tell you a completely different version of that noon on doomsday controversy story, then then you've ever heard anywhere else. November twenty second nineteen sixty three president John F Kennedy was assassinated how did that affect rod sterling, it it devastated. He was. Superficially. He was a Kennedy admirers. He was he agreed with his politics, and he admired Kennedy, but beyond that, it was just it really. You know, I came across a letter that rounded written to to his can't say pastor, but he was a unitarian for most of his life for most of his adult. Life. Rod Serling wasn't. He wrote a letter to one of those unitarian priests so to speak, and and he just said how just kind of it just took away his faith in humanity that something like this could happen. He felt that we were in, you know, in a dark age in dark ages, whereas something like this could happen. So it really it just. Yeah. It it. It's from for it threw him into a dark place for a little while and strangely enough. What happened was the day after the assassination. He and William fruit that one the producers on this wallets on what contacted by the State Department and asked to produce a film to introduce Lyndon Johnson to the world. It was a documented they needed the documentary. They thought, you know, listen, we gotta get something quick that we can just send to our allies and presents the people. So, you know, here's here's the new president. And so rod sterling the day after the fascination when he was, you know, depressed for sure flew to Washington DC and began immediately working on this documentary. It's introduced president Johnson to the world. So he did that he finished. Yeah. In fact, the, you know, the the the people who asked him to do this said, we do we need this in five days in William fruits had listen that's not going to happen. We we can't do it in five days. But we'll do the best we possibly can you know, as I said before rather so prolific and he was so such a fast writer, he did get through a pretty quickly, and they had it. They had it ready. You know, I actually don't know exactly the timeframe wasn't five days, but it wasn't much much longer than that. What is it about black and white television shows that have a different feel than the color shows that we all see now. Yeah. You know, it's well, I can tell you specifically when it comes to the twilight zone. I think that's one of the things that's the remakes of the twilight zone have been missing is the fact that it's just it was black and white the twilight zone is black and white. It's just it had an aspect of film Noir to them. So the war has got to have that black and white edgy look to them. That's what the twilight zone episodes had. In fact, there are six twilight zone episodes that were done on videotape instead of film. And when you see these videotape episode, you see how completely different they look than the rest is still black and white, but they do not have that film Noir. Feel to them that the film's episodes do. And so if you take that up a notch and make it color, then again, then you're completely in another universe. And you're not for me. You're not in the twilight zone anymore. Well, that's why I think night gallery that came out in color after the twilight zone didn't quite have that twilight zone. Magic to it. That's one of the reasons. I think yeah. Yeah. The other reason is that rod really had no creative control over that serious. Unfortunately, what was his role. Well, he he created the series. He he wrote the pilot film, which is called night gallery was three stories, and it was it was kind of movie of the week kind of thing. And he pitched it he he's the one who probably pitched it to the networks right after that was such a success. He pitched it and they kind of mutually pitched each other. And and he did. So he wrote a lot for the series, and he hosted it, obviously. But he had no say in cast, and directing and editing and all that kind of thing. And and you see that kind of his absence come up all the time in episode. We say rod would have done this. Or you know, and he didn't have that freedom to do that. How come he never wrote a book? Well, he never novel. He did. Right and collections of short stories short stories. Sure. But the closest he ever came to writing anything that was novel linked was actually the stories that made up the night gallery movie. They originally were novellas they were long short stories in a book called the season to be wary. So, but she never had the time. You know? That's the simple answer. He he was so busy with told me he wanted to read a novel. He really did. But he just never could get away for long enough period of time to dedicate to writing a novel. There's going to be a reboot of the twilight zone. Yes. It's it's already in production. And it's just supposed to be coming out early. Next year. Jordan Peele who director and writer of get out is in charge of it. He's going to be hosting it and producing it. And from what little I've seen so far in terms of trailers and things I'm I'm cautiously optimistic. I think they may actually get it right to some extent this time. We're they what's the venue for it. What are they gonna hear it? It's going to be on CBS all access so it's not going to be on regular TV. It's gonna pay you know, like, that's like, sir. Amazon prime that kind of thing. So it's CBS all accessing the interesting thing about that is they launched the CBS all will access network with Star Trek with a new Star Trek series. And now the adding on so that what the twilight zone, so it's like they going way back to get these shows to to launch this new network. So it tells you how you know, how classic these shows are they can be reinjured reintroduced to, you know, whole new audience in this way, nNcholas wasn't rod, Shirley, and one of the co writers of planet of the apes. He sure was and a lot of people still still don't are surprised when you say that. But yes, he was. He didn't really get credit for it. Well, he did get literally get credit for it on the screen. It's it's a the credit is written by Michael Wilson and rod Serling so did get co credit but ever since the movie came out. There's always been this kind of you know, what did he really right? You know, what what did he really contribute to the final film? And there's been a lot of misinformation and speculation about what he did. Right..
"guy billy" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Free. And welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you with Nick Parisi with us. Rod sterling his life, working immagination the name of the book Nicolas how many twilight zone episodes were there one hundred and fifty six hundred. Wow. And I know three of them, for example. It's a good life in praise of pip long distance call with that guy. Billy Mooney who was that kid that scared. Everybody into the cornfield. Yeah. Yup. As a matter of fact, I have a little surprise for you nNcholas Billy movies with us. Hello, billy. Hey, george. How are you man? I'm fine. Nick. There you go. Hey, bill. Good to talk to you. Well, it's good to talk to you too. It's real good. Better than talking to a dead grandmother. So yeah. Okay. You give us the bad bad, man. I'm working for you. Now. Okay. I just need to tell you somebody. You're a bad, man. You're bad. You've not changed all that much. Still waiting for the strike. What can I say you're in three twilight zone episodes right three of the original. And then I was in the feature, and then I wrote one of the UPN episodes, and then we return to it's a good life with chlorine Leach men, and my daughter Liliana for it's still a good life back in two thousand three. So I kinda got six notches on my belt when it comes to the tease on whether you were in those episodes, and they were being done was rod sterling around. There was was he there. Absolutely. Yeah. I was on the set when he did his, you know, bumpers and intros and. Yeah. He was definitely around. And you know, it's interesting because there was no regular cast on the twilight zone. So he was the only regular cast member. And every time he was on the set because you know, he and the producer buck out and word really singularly in charge of the vision of that show and wrestled control from network hassling as much as they could every all the heads of all the different departments were always very happy to see mister sterling when he was on the set talked to them about what was coming up in the next episode or so usually when an executive producer or creator comes onto a set, you know, everybody gets a little uptight Irwin, Allen's here, or whatever. But I recall quite clearly that rod Serling was on the set. Everybody was delighted to be around him talk with you. Yeah. Yeah. Sure. We went out for Margaritas every night. That's right. How old were you? You're a little kid. I was sick. Six I was six and seven and nine. That's how did they find you? Billy for these parts. Well, actually, this one of the very first lead roles. I did was an episode of Loretta young show that was directed by. James Sheldon, the chorus Leach men played by mom in and the director of that show. Brought me and for the first twilight zone, James Sheldon. He brought me in for a long distance call and he also directed. It's a good life. So having to under my belt, I guess they just called me up for praise pip, busy guy, and you were. What are you doing these days, Billy? What's new Angela car right now, I have just released our novel a fantasy novel. I think we talked to you about it when we were first writing time ago charge on purpose. It's called the devil. Seeks revenge against all this Harry, his weapons set yourself with Tom for the show. Okay. Yeah. Love to do that. And I'm ancient alien, and you know, I'm playing the real Dr Smith on the new lost in space. So. Making music to you're the best. Okay. Billy. Thanks. That's it. You got it by George. Billy mummy, isn't that a treat, Nick? Yeah. That was thank you, George that. What that was great. He was I get rod sterling for you on this show. You never know. He might. Yeah. You might call in from the from the other side what inspired you to write the book about surly? Well, I mean, I became a twilight zone fanatic. When I was a kid nine ten years old. I was just you know, mesmerized by the show. And and so that started everything, and then really since then I've just it's been a very gradual process of becoming aware of all this other stuff that he'd written. You know, so much of it. That was great. And I I just wanted to collect all this information about all of these shows that he had written. And and it was it was just surprising to me that no one had actually done this type of thing where for example, you know, there wasn't even really a complete list of all the shows that certain rod sterling wrote that were produced for television or film, believe it or not. I mean every list I went to had things missing had errors had gaps, whatever. But. So that had never been done. So the first thing I wanted to do is I want to know exactly what he wrote, you know, I entirely career that was produced in any form whatsoever. So then once I did that I just I just, you know, just snowballed from there. I wanted to give some information about these shows I wanted to present them in a way that you know, the reader who is never going to see a lot of these shows. I mean, they're not the twilight zone only not night gallery. I haven't been commercially released. I wanted to give that reader an idea of what these shows were about. So, you know, so that that was the idea behind the whole thing. And then the book became, you know, it's part that it's part, you know, videography reference guide, but it's also part biography and just part, you know, critical analysis of the team sterling's was was dealing with and character types that he you know, that he researched, you know, dealt into etc. Did you come across anything that surprised you in your research? I came across several things that surprised me. Yes. Probably the most surprising thing that I found was you may have heard of a particular show. We talked about the sponsors before. And how they would, you know, butt up against sterling whenever we tried to do anything that was remotely controversial. Whether there's one show that's particularly infamous in that regards called it's called noon on doomsday. It was broad sterling's attempt to tell some kind of version of the Emmett till lynching in Mississippi for those who don't know him until fourteen year old African American boy who was lynched in Mississippi after allegedly whistling at a white woman. And this really just destroyed rod Serling he wants to sell some of the story and every time he tried to. He, you know, he met resistance. Well, I was able to find the the actual first draft of the script that broad wrote before any of these, you know, any of these if the Ferencvaros came into play, and there have been several studies of this particular show and the evolution that it took from from. You know, the where it wasn't initially. To to what aired on on on television. Well, but none of those studies had the actual first draft. And I just luckily found the actual first draft and that surprised me because I'll I'll spoil it for you. Now, it's not all that much different than what actually aired on television. So this book is going to tell you a completely different version of that noon on doomsday controversy story than than you've ever heard anywhere else. November twenty second nineteen sixty three president John F Kennedy was assassinated how did that affect rod sterling, it it devastated them. He was you know, superficially. He was a Kennedy admirers. He was he agreed with his politics, and he admired Kennedy, but beyond that, it was just it really. You know, I I came across a letter that routed written to to his can't say pastor, but he was a unitarian for most of his life for most of his adult. Life. Rod Serling wasn't. He wrote a letter to one of those unitarian priests. So to speak, and and he just said how it just kind of it just took away his faith in humanity. That's something like this could happen. He felt that we were in, you know, in a dark age in dark ages, whereas something like this could happen. So it really it. Just. Yeah. It it. It's from for it threw him into a dark place for a little while and strangely enough. What happened was the day after the assassination. He and William fruit one, the producers on this while it's on what contacted by the State Department and asked to produce a film to introduce Lyndon Johnson to the world, it was documented they needed the documentary. They thought, you know, listen, we gotta get something quick that we can just send to our allies and presents the people. So, you know, here's here's the new president. And so rod sterling the day after the assassination when he was, you know, depressed for sure food in Washington DC and began immediately working on this documentary. It's introduced president Johnson to the world. So he did that he. He finished it. Yeah. In fact, you know, the the the people who asked him to do this said, we do we need this in five days in William fruits had listen that's not going to happen. We can't we can't do it in five days. But we'll do the best we possibly can you know, as I said before rather so prolific and he was so such a fast writer, he did get through a pretty quickly, and they had it. They had it ready. You know, I actually don't know exactly the timeframe wasn't five days, but it wasn't much much longer than that. What is it about black and white television shows that have a different feel than the color shows that we all see nowadays. Yeah. You know, it's. Well, I can tell you specifically when it comes to the twilight zone, I think that's one of the things that's the remakes of twilight zone have been missing is the fact that it's just it was black and white the twilight zone is black and white. It's just it had an aspect of film Noir to them. So the war has got to have that black and white. Edgy look to them. And that's what the twilight zone episodes had. In fact, there are six twilight zone episodes that were done on videotape instead of film. And when you see these videotape episode, you see how completely different they look than the rest is still black and white, but they do not have that film Noir. Feel to them that the film's episodes do. And so if you take that up a notch and make it color, then then you're completely in another universe. And you're not for me. You're not in the twilight zone any long. Well, that's why I think night gallery that came out in color after the twilight zone didn't quite have that twilight zone. Magic to it. That's one of the reasons. I think yeah. Yeah. The other reason is that rod really had no creative control over that serious. Unfortunately, what was his role. Well, he he created the series. He he wrote the pilot film which was cold night gallery was three stories, and it was a it was kind of Bob movie of the.
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