15 Burst results for "Howard Hesseman"
"howard hesseman" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"There is another reboot remake in the works for HBO Max which means I would have to get this head of the class from nineteen eighty six well they want to do it again no clear details on the reboot otherwise you know just the same stuff same basic premise but back in the days we had Howard Hesseman A. K. A. Dr Johnny fever from WKRP in Cincinnati as the head of the class I am wondering why no one has done a remake reboot revamp of W. K. my gosh the radio show these are interesting times make sure to get a little exercise by dancing singing picking up all the drop legos whatever one of seven nine.
"howard hesseman" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Giving credit where credit's due Jim Ellis Jim Ellis I always love the phone I was love the closing credits ten ten ten ten ten yeah what a game what a great cast characters too long Anderson please please Howard Hesseman and the E. every thanksgiving man you got to watch the I swear I I swear that I thought turkeys could fly so there's another classic theme song we got the Olympic games on NBC composed by by John Williams and then we got to a bunch more here rawhide classic classic TV theme song three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is Robert on WGN hi Robert all morning I think it'll get smart oh sure and then Miami Vice yeah Miami vice's classic that was also a big hit to that debt charted and what do you know and that was back when instrumentals would still be able to be on the radio on the radio there yeah yeah I think you're a Miami Vice was probably one of the most eight years you know because they always showed our girls and like really nice the keys when they open up well yeah and then the the one of the reasons why it took so one of the reasons why it took so long for refer Miami Vice to come out on DVD was the music rights because they would play like ten different songs that were very very popular at the time and that's what people were like when is this going to come out on DVD it finally did because because they have to go through all those rights it's called money yeah all right we have a great morning right take care about their job was three one two nine eight one seven two and is the phone number here is mats on WGN I'm at Hey man how are you going to mention that one came to mind and that's the greatest American hero that's the last stop in yeah I think that song was more popular than the show it was popular than the show the show was popular you know did you had a nice little run to it but that song was huge that's all that with that thing I think went to number one I read just for memory sake I matched your prayer to get apart be horrible but I love BJ and the bear and the when I was like I don't know I couldn't remember I don't remember but the theme from BJ and the bear do you remember the show though tried to run but with with the monkey yeah yeah yeah I know I never understood what I never understood why the monkey was called the bear yep yep yep so I don't know okay Matt thanks bye target team and let's put let's play will be the greatest American hero yeah let's do it.
"howard hesseman" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Awards two thousand two crane wins for best rock song drops of Jupiter by the way they're great on record not so much alive birthdays I'm on birthdays today one world golf hall of Famer gene Sarazen won the masters two time winner of the U. S. open won the British open and three time winner of the PGA John Steinbeck great author grapes of wrath cannery row of mice and men east of Eden born on this day in nineteen oh two John Connolly former governor of Texas who was shot during the Kennedy assassination in nineteen sixty three died nineteen ninety three Mrs Paul Newman Cammy Award winning actress three faces of eve is ninety two time academy award winning actress Butterfield eight in who's afraid of Virginia Woolf Elizabeth Taylor born on this day in nineteen thirty two birthday for Howard Hesseman it is WKRP in Cincinnati today turning eighty and Happy Birthday Neal schon guitarist Santana journey sixty six and born on this day in nineteen sixty three turning fifty seven today born in Wichita falls Texas one star X. rated movies Barbara dare three times adult video news award winner and is a member as she should be the adult video news hall of fame governor abit health officials today will present their plan to deal with the potential corona virus outbreak in the state health experts are warning facial hair can pose a problem if you want to avoid contracting the virus Elizabeth Warren is partnering with former mayor who Leon Castro to rally supporters tonight in San Antonio the state is fueling big time money into the battle against a big problem in Texas human trafficking W. away I news time six fifty four down traffic and weather together from the W. O. A. I. traffic center still pretty uneventful just building traffic right on schedule around the city's found.
"howard hesseman" Discussed on 600 WREC
"The hard wood to the board room and we're at Channing this morning the leadership coach Joan Fletcher Jones thank you so much for joining me here in Memphis how are you I am doing great him yeah I I I was doing a little research for our chat this morning and one of the things that hits me is that the I guess there is some quant quantifying or qualifying in various leadership styles not just across companies but maybe even within genders can you talk a little bit about women's leadership styles yeah absolutely I'm there the study that came out recently is really saying that women have different leadership styles than men and we've known that and one of the things with women's leadership style is that they often it's a it's a double bind for them because often they're judged negatively if they're showing the file that men are more known as shown which is more assertive and more direct and they come across many times more collaborative Lee and with more empathy but that often can also cause them a negative so it's it's a it's a tricky place for them to be and you know right now in our times in leadership it is that you it does seem like that there would be a lot of thought they would have to go into management styles for women just for the fact for fear of it what exactly what you said because if if the if a woman does some of the same things that a man would do in management oftentimes they're they're viewed as as you said being as aggressive or maybe having any and this is going down a rabbit hole maybe even having a vendetta against men in which may be absolutely one hundred percent falls yeah it's very interesting because I mean I know when I was a little girl I was taught to be nice to people be polite and speak when spoken to and I really wish I had been taught to be a strong leader and had had more role models in my life okay strong women leaders and I mean I think that's happening and that's starting to change but it's going to take time and I think there's a lot of women out there you know that are amazing in their leadership roles but they really would benefit from more confident and that if they had had more Walmart the N. N. we say management and and that's such a broad term obviously there's there's different levels of that and it seems like women may have to be more adaptable going up that ladder because the farther out that women go for some in depending on the company that may be rare air or they may be amongst the first of a female managers to occupy that big chair exactly and I think one of the things that we're seeing is that women are more often in their leadership roles to change what type of leadership they think it is needed and wanted and dad of being more authentic and true to their true self and that has that goes hand in hand with confidence I mean when you can be your true authentic self you can show up with more confidence and in my coaching with women over the last thirty years I have found that hoping you know really knowing what your leadership style is and being confident in that really add to your career success this group name I I I I would assume it's typically it comes more quickly and probably more magnifying than it is for a a a new mail manager enough I'm not trying to virtue signal or anything this is just a reality in the corporate office my wife's a manager I have other friends and family that are managers and and from anecdotes I you know I know that it is it they're proud for their you know for it for the for the position in which they've you know they've earned and that you know there are some challenges in their Joe and Joan Fletcher joining us by the way Memphis morning news you know if somebody is out there in our audience and maybe as a new manager or you know they're in management's you know what's one thing you would tell them may be today that could have a and an impact in the office if they are a leader well I think a couple things in particular one is to really work on your confidence if that is something that isn't already strong and being really confident and knowing of your leadership style and showing up that way and showing up with the confidence I've worked with you know women over the years that had tremendous skill and talent and yet we wouldn't ask for the next physician wouldn't ask for that promotion you know if even if they were the right person for having that confidence is really important I also think that our next generation of leaders could really and will really help move this whole you know the whole perception of women leaders it also helped change them because they're they're collaborative there I think you know what I'm seeing more confident they don't see it by gender as much as maybe up to this point we've been seen by gender and you know they're they're showing up in asking more for what they want and I think different people have to you know you have to figure out what it is that going to help you go after the career that you want and if it is something like confidence then there's ways you can go about you know becoming more confident to work on that I work with a coach to read it you know do the things that are going to really make it clear what your career and your leadership style should be looking like and what you want it to be that's great advice very encouraging John Fletcher thank you so much for joining us you know it's check around online look her up she's a leadership coach John a pleasure to talk to you today thank you so much for your insight and having a wonderful day yeah you're kidding thanks so much sure thank all right there's John Fletcher on that this morning news it is six thirty eight we got a temperature of twenty nine degrees let's do some birthdays what do you say we go to it's a state law today is February the twenty seventh and on this date in nineteen oh tune John Steinbeck the author of grapes of wrath when the Nobel Prize in nineteen sixty two was born in Salinas excuse me is one of nineteen oh two he won the Nobel Prize in nineteen sixty two and he passed away back in nineteen sixty eight also on this date in nineteen thirty more on this date Joanne Woodward the actress producer activist philanthropist you may remember her from some of the older movies Rachel the three faces of eve in and so on and so on also on this date in nineteen thirty two hard to believe she's been dead for almost nine years now Elizabeth Taylor was born on this day she was born in London England you know her from many many many roles and being one of Michael Jackson's closest friends also on this date in nineteen thirty four Ralph Nader was born the consumer advocate born in Winsted Connecticut also on this date in nineteen forty more on this date was Howard Hesseman Dr Johnny fever and course he was on head of the class and several other programs is born in Salem Oregon hard believe eighty eight years old today favors AT only macro some also on this date got one more year to one or two more for you and let's go with this one here one of the state in nineteen eighty will wrap things up with this one in nineteen eighty one excuse me Josh Grogan turns thirty nine today is born in Los Angeles California and there you have it on this date February the twenty seventh top stories in the mid south the chilly start to the day twenty nine degrees we will get up into the upper forties a little bit later on the rescue mission on the Tennessee River for that found high school fishing team which involved two fifteen year olds in the forty three year old parents slash chaperone is now being called a recovery mission after several days now they don't believe it is possible to find survivors in there says they found the boat about thirteen miles down from where it had launched with no one in it and there was some damage to the boat is it apparently had to go through the spill way of the dam coming up tonight seven o'clock from the bluff it's the coach penny Hardaway show you can check in with coach tonight at the bluff as a Jeff right well we'll be hosting that's and they usually have fantastic food there and you can go by check that out 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"howard hesseman" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Pattern is going to continue in fact we're going to be seeing a general weather pattern of low pressure over the north east and high pressure along the west coast continuing through the end of the week the storm that's going to be pulling away through New England today is going to have rain turning over to snow mostly across northern New England and especially across the extreme northern parts of the region there can be six to as much as twelve inches of snow lake effect snow is going to kick in behind it and it could be snow showers around over Michigan and Ohio and then points east toward the heaviest lake effect snow is going to be east of Lake Ontario or at least a foot of new snow is likely today into tonight and as the lake effect snow persists over the coming days a little bit farther to the southeast we still have chilly air that's going to work its way into the southeast but it is going to be drying out we're looking for highs mostly in the forties and fifties throughout the southeast and back into the Tennessee valley however on the west coast we are looking for dry weather hanging on and lots of sunshine and we're going to be seeing temperatures at or above seventy around the San Francisco Bay Area and challenging records in the Middle ladies around LA so this warm weather is really going to continue we're looking for chillier weather over interior sections but even there temperatures are running at or above normal that's the nation's weather hi Maggie weather dot com meteorologist heather there on this date in nineteen fifty one the twenty second amendment to the constitution limiting a president to two terms in office was ratified actor Howard Hesseman is eighty today best known for his role as Dr Johnny fever on the TV sitcom WKRP in ninety five coming up indeed is back Indiana Jones on the Hollywood minute first this is America in the morning I'm John trout president trump says vice president Mike pence will lead the team tasked.
"howard hesseman" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Pattern is going to continue in fact we're going to be seeing a general weather pattern of low pressure over the north east and high pressure along the west coast continuing through the end of the week the storm that's going to be pulling away through New England today is going to have rain turning over to snow mostly across northern New England and especially across the extreme northern parts of the region there could be six to as much as twelve inches of snow lake effect snow is going to kick in behind it and it could be snow showers around over Michigan and Ohio and then points eastward the heaviest lake effect snow is going to be east of Lake Ontario or at least a foot of new snow is likely today into tonight and as the lake effect snow persists over the coming days a little bit farther to the southeast we still have chilly air that's going to work its way into the southeast but it is going to be drying out we're looking for highs mostly in the forties and fifties throughout the southeast and back into the Tennessee valley however on the west coast we are looking for dry weather hanging on and lots of sunshine and we're going to be seeing temperatures at or above seventy around the San Francisco Bay Area and challenging records in the Middle ladies around LA so this warm weather is really going to continue we're looking for chillier weather over interior sections but even there temperatures are running at or above normal that's the nation's weather hi Maggie weather dot com meteorologist heather there on this date in nineteen fifty one the twenty second amendment to the constitution limiting a president to two terms in office was ratified actor Howard Hesseman is eighty today best known for his role as Dr Johnny fever on the TV sitcom WKRP in Cincinnati coming.
"howard hesseman" Discussed on WGN Radio
"What Chicago's very own WGN just copy with the three one two nine a one seventy two hundred we're talking about the reunions of some of the shows that the news today that friends is going to do a reunion on HBO Max one of the best sitcoms of all time not my Cup of tea but people love it my son loves it three the reruns that they do on whatever station they just played nonstop has grabbed his attention now watching just watching a ton of Ross and Rachel there are better ones here about reunions and then we put out the number three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred and you have responded how about a reunion of alf sixth I'm not sure if you could do elf I think the dad is a no longer with us but the and the puppets probably mangled and dirty this point Hogan's heroes same thing tokens here's a tough one because I don't think those guys around to do a full cast reunion eight one five how bout freaks and geeks on all star cast freaks and geeks was a a great Judd Apatow how vehicle that's everyone I mean if you don't get chance sooner you check it out I don't know where it's at but yeah absolutely everyone from Jason Siegel's in that Paul Rudd named James Franco Linda cardinality there's so many great people in that show and Seth Rogan yeah that would be an amazing they they should come back together with a freaking key geeks movie you know you wouldn't I can accept like I said you can be open to interpretation of how they get back together doesn't have to be right back in the same house in the same scene the same vibe they can be somewhere else that would be a great one to go somewhere else Mr home movie about it six three eight six real says the reunion I would like to see is the show northern exposure absolutely right I love that show I want a I mean all of the actors are still around and I think maybe one of the the the older gentleman may have may perish but the that would be a great show that ended so strangely but yeah I would I would be in that I used to when I was in college and thinking about it more we step Norton exposure parties much is on a Monday night it wasn't a excuse to try to get all the friends together in our apartment in Roscoe village David would what would you like to see a reunion for never a big fan of the show but I'm still pretty sure that everyone is still around they watched her that would be great that would be David Hasselhoff that would be all my gosh serving the colors that would be Pamela Anderson yeah yeah you're right a lot of famous people came out of the show yeah I think you're all I I think everyone thinks so pretty and intelligent and Conor retired from acting will together into a serious jobs can't think of a name yet but that I think everyone on that show is still around yeah we good well that's a great one David thank you bye Hey so what do you like what would you like to see a reunion of armed heroes it was a show about a bunch of teenagers who are super powers yeah yeah it was a very rich in Vegas show especially the episode with a cheerleader like find out she has with how much after this will get that on fire thank you break your finger making plays right and who is who is a cheerleader was the woman who was who ended up in Nashville right she was like the starting I think it was I have been watching the sun while I think it was him that's a good one thanks Jason what is the woman's name Pete you would know Hayden Panettiere he's so good man a photographic memory over there remember every star from the nineties was at nineties two thousands show that would be good that would be good for union if you're because it that a cult following yeah Milovan to milia go up from this is us he's in that and that's okay seven await says wings that's a great set that's got the guy from monk that's also got a ton of Steven Weber's in that couple other the guy who was in the the wind movie who became famous I forgot switch guy was the guy in the when the wind movie with Giamatti to tell I'm I'm he was in where he's in divorce yeah yeah he would be three names Tom here Thomas Haden church yeah right there you go Shelby good one Scott says about reading Stimpy its owner about reading step in a long time six three osis Frasier yes Fraser would be a great we can't do that though because John Mahoney passed away but yeah I mean just for Kelsey Grammer alone three one two says how about to Reno nine eleven yeah that was Reno nine one that was a great show doesn't most of the cast members of the staff of the old state right and sledgehammer sledge hammer was a great it's a great show I was a goofy parity show of cop shows in the eighties late eighties on ABC and I forgot the main guys the but there was really funny moments where there is almost like a naked gun kind of vibe very good show very funny I remember that being very funny how I would totally go for a reunion of that yeah I'd like to sixty says I'd definitely love see freaks and geeks three instead of fifteen twenty years later in the mid nineties it's six seven eight says how about the wonder years off that would be great winning Winnie and Kevin eight four seven says the Mary Tyler Moore show had a rotary union some years ago was bitter sweet about those friendships but also loss which is true of real life but I believe most years while laugh again with the characters and just enjoy seeing them together you're right that's why I'm not buying a friends reunion that it's David Schwimmer and Mattila block talking about what was like backstage I don't care I can get that on a DVD extra at least do the least like with what Larry did and and curb your enthusiasm where they made them part of the plot maybe it wasn't a lane it was Julia Louis Dreyfus instead but she still was acting through still playing it was that was great I liked a lot six three us is how about this that seventies show yeah Neil says have a Boston legal three one two says married with children would never work today it upset the snow flakes we think of watching married with children at the time the snow flakes six three I'll have a night writer they re did a night right right to try to remake it try to do like a CVS type show and that didn't work but then again none of these work when the remade you have to get a reunion of the cast mash brought up by nine Foro eight four seven says so hope to friends reunion won't have everybody split up again so truly Kevin love that show is they're all gonna after re read couple seven I says I'm definitely behind cheers jeers as a number one you know I here's a couple of great shows a four seven says the Cosby show await never mind right that's not gonna work Matlock eight four seven says I love Matt Lakas merry merry says the integration down not supposed to cease if you tried to revive the show with other actors who would be the same murder she wrote but I'd be open to that because and Angela Lansbury still alive and by the way I'm only forty nine but I like Matlock and murder she wrote and they're good shows some of the antenna TV shows I was looking at the line up totally fit into this family ties they show family ties on antenna TV on weeknights at nine and Sundays at six will be great Michael J. fox if he could come and I know he's got Parkinson's but that would be great Justin Bateman Meredith Baxter Birney they'll be amazing reunion show but that would that be television history stated that the facts of life another one that you would want to see a reunion of give me a break line up to see give me a break growing pains of course shown on antenna TV head of the class Howard Hesseman he's a great sitcoms the Hogan family with Jason Bateman wow yeah he's a great Murphy brown they try to do a root they did that they did or that didn't work my two dads which I did hear they're doing a remake of that show not a reunion but a remake which of the terrible news radio can't you can fill heart instead but I think they replaced Phil Hartman with John love it's the name those the the bit silver spoons he then Jason Bateman and Ricky Schroeder that would be a great one Webster and here's the best one probably welcome back Kotter imagine a game Kaplan and they John Travolta how great would that be wow Steph she'll come in Max headroom six threo ed Sullivan show which and I don't know how you could do the ed Sullivan show that that's being done right now that's a late night television a justice ripping off ed Sullivan right Buffy the vampire slayer eight four seven right on that would be a good one W. care P. that's a great I would be a great reunion WKRP live then on the air in Cincinnati is everybody alive and WKRP who's missing from now on Pete Gordon jump story I don't yeah yeah he was but you might be able to get away with one or two characters not being there has been is there and Venus flytrap is there and Lonnie Anderson is there right which is what you need and and her car like good stuff you're absolutely right these are all great I would I think that we care if he could be a winner I really do you can imagine that would be in and I just maybe they could do these live like they do in a be seeing you see them do these sitcoms together maybe that's too hard maybe they could do one off specials that could be me know of one hour reunion type thing or maybe it's a just a basic mom you know back to the drawing board kind of sit com with these characters and who they are now but if you're gonna do a friends and you seen it done with will and grace in other places let's try some new stuff let's bring some of the old back and tried in the new not take it three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred coming up to get the download in Chicago business two two forces Andy Griffith do the Andy Griffith show with Kathy Kathy Griffin different on Israel right I'll take a break here but the a download Chicago business is coming up and we talk to the CEO of given Lee and I will talk about corporate giving essentially outsourcing for gifting between corporations and our clients that's interesting that's an area that people just don't think about the the swag closet if you will so we'll have that conversation coming up here three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred Justin Kaufman at seven twenty WGN.
"howard hesseman" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Matt this morning news six forty six the temperature a forty degrees yeah it's gonna be dry sunny high mid fifties today looking good little bit later on should be a a pretty decent pretty decent day next tiger basketball game is coming up on Thursday six o'clock Tigers taken on the Wichita state shockers rap pregame starts at five o'clock with Jeff right well you're on the home of your tires six hundred W. R. E. C. end ninety two point one FM and joining us on the program now is Tonya J. powers good morning Tonya happy new year how are you Hey good how are you I'm doing I'm doing well tonight tonight tonight some television fine as a will gather around the TV and realize we probably should have done better in high school at the very least will be full of these depart thinking maybe I should read more what's going on tonight it is V. jeopardy the greatest of all time challenge tournament basically and what we did is this they're taking the three largest of the three biggest winners of jeopardy ever and they're having them basically kind of do battle to see who is the greatest of all time the winner gets a million dollars in cash and the runner up and the third place winner will each get a quarter of a million which is is not a small thing yeah but I mean when you're when you're forty one million from jeopardy that made him think like a small amount yeah I in this case perhaps pride or ego my end bragging rights might be the biggest prize of all for for for these contestants it really yeah I probably will be I mean you've got the three highest money winners can Jennings who was a household name back in two thousand four I did not realize it had been that long since he had that seventy four game winning streak on jeopardy but it has he one of more than three million during that two yet Brad Rutter who is the highest money winner of all time across any TV game show by the way he's a total jeopardy winnings are about four point six million and he has also never lost jeopardy to a human opponent oh wow now has he lost to an interstellar alien well I mean none that have declared themselves as such but IBM's Watson I think this is one of the ones he went up against all Indians holds our is the other one and he was last year so you know when he actually holds the record for all fifteen of the top single day winnings records on jeopardy okay and tonight is the first match up and is Alex Trebek I know his health has been in question is he going to be hosting this yeah yeah he's a he's still out there still doing his thing he said he will continue to do that for as long as his health allows him to there he said the other day I think it was at the ABC special that aired last week and he in it he said that he already knew how he was going to say goodbye to the audience when that time comes of course that that has not been scheduled or anything like that at this point but he said you know you can tell the director leave in about thirty seconds at the end of the show and you know that's when he's gonna do his do his goodbye but hopefully that's a long time in the future we hope you stick around absolutely and this will be an A. B. C. venture tonight yeah eight o'clock eastern on ABC is forget him while in this age is a thirty or sixty minute format I believe they are it from what I understand it's to our shows across three nights okay so you'll get to see you know more than just you know one particular episode this is this is a a larger larger thing that and apparently this is the first prime time thing that's different is done since nineteen ninety I think they did some like a super jeopardy four of four people yes shows back then I think that on Saturday night or something but yeah it's been a really long time since I've done something like this yet to bad there's no Sean Connery and Burt Reynolds that would be a great dad be great celebrity jeopardy after the Saturday Night Live skits you are still you're talking a person who still mourns the loss of the battle of the network stars okay yeah yeah I mean he he you had to bring in Howard Hesseman for the ping pong right I'm telling you at anytime you this jumpsuit says are awesome they were yeah all right time it will look for that tonight at seven o'clock Memphis time on ABC that would be channel twenty four right here in Memphis so we'll keep an eye out for that and should she should be fine and like I said should be rather humbling always good to talk to you and have yourself a great rest a week thank you you too all right so tonight's Ken Jennings Brad Rutter Jane holds our they're gonna be going at it tonight on jeopardy and I'm glad that Alex Trebek will be hosting this and it that's the way that it absolutely should be all right I aired she just sent me a note the event consists of a series of one hour episodes with each episode being a standalone match consisting of two back to back complete jeopardy games so they'll be to complete games each hour and each will have three rounds jeopardy double jeopardy and of course final jeopardy in the contestant with the most combined winnings from the two games wins that match and the play continues until one of them has won three matches so it's like bad Arroyo it's like Texas death match last man standing thunder dome two men three men enter one man leaves something like that I don't think it's gonna be violent though I think it just be very educational all right on the way on Memphis morning news next hour we've got dusty hall we're gonna be talking about Google in your health symptoms is it actually good for you or could be bad for you we've also got been Ferguson at seven forty five next hour to it's six fifty two.
"howard hesseman" Discussed on X96
"Gina barberry on Twitter or a speech this is radio from hell on X. ninety six yes strangers I'm guessing this is for the movie yeah I finally had to do a kiss and see a sex scene with no kessen yeah no explain everybody what's going on the the movies shows so here's what hair here's the the movie is called the white pool water universe acted by train Heris I figured out yesterday I figured out friends the whole philosophy of directing his deal yeah here's a principle Ossipee of directing he's so he he's trying to arrange a scene were sitting out in the middle of the desert last night out in delta Utah which is about forty five minutes ward went over there and you want the dell again the health and and he said okay now let me just think I won't think how this scene should look where you should be certain where it has to make where now would it make sense to this thing goes no all just put your want to hell it doesn't have to make sense but that's it there it is there it is the trend Heris philosophy of director when it comes right down to it hello doesn't happen makes sense Simone we know everyone but trend has directed see if you can find these movies are hard to find Ruben add very funny movie with Crispin Glover and Howard Hesseman Howard Hesseman and Mike she got she did and Karen black that there is an end and a cat and a dead cat and aid he's directed a really brilliant thing called the the beaver trilogy and plan ten from outer space it's my favorite and up he's put in the last movie he did the full bowling feature movie was planned and from outer space it's been a while it's been ten years ago I think easily and he that got accepted into the Sundance Film Festival and he he he stop so we started working on this project delightful water universe maybe two years ago or three years ago we filmed part of that almost two years ago and then shelved it because he couldn't figure out who the cast and couldn't he didn't have enough money to work on and then one day he called me up and said bill would you be interested in being one of my movies I I've been trying to figure out who the cast in this role it just dawned on me you'd be perfect or would you do it nice and short so I think that was last October did I start working for Christmas so you're playing a guy named vicious who is a very bad man it will only is not a very bad man he's just likes to sleep with waitresses and he's a reporter for a magazine that's kind of like Vanity Fair something called falcon magazine and he any like state any travels a lot because of that and then pretty much where every travels the yeah he gets lonely on the road he likes the bang cocktail waitresses all right now you've you've had filmed a sex scene that was kind of an oral sex scene because you weren't actually naked now and there wasn't actually any he was dancing there was very little option well there was some talk but then so but now the make out scene Saturday night had to film a scene with a woman that I don't know is it better that way well I.
"howard hesseman" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Partners this upcoming weekend so check me out across America they're on in Los Angeles and Chicago and New York and stuff and I'll be talking about this will be grinding it and maybe it shouldn't because I'm on the New York but I'll be talking about the fact that Philly feed the eagles and the and the eagles beat the cowboys and the cowboys could won the NFC east I hate to tell you but you're the only one who cares about your eagles the eagles just aren't that important you know what you could be you could be right hi to nobody cares about that except for that I wanted to tell the listeners that nobody nailed the score we have people to call in for nail the score and it's probably our most popular segment because I think everybody things are gonna get as far as guessing everybody thinks that they're gonna get big prizes except for a but no you're not gonna win a big prize this is because nobody's going to mail the scores are to do and the game was that was the game of the week this is the the holiday season where of course if you don't drink you don't drink and there's there's not alcoholic beverages but there is a cool drink that I like that is kind of like champagne but you don't get that weird headache afterwards and I'm wondering if you like pros sacca I don't think that I've ever tried per secco and I'm just wondering if you're on the take from the Italian Persico border something because I want to live in Italy did you wanna move to Italy you gotta get gotta get cozy with the Italians well if you're going I'm going yeah I wanna live in Italy sure you know what's sad is that I was looking at pictures for people listening and a lot of you live by trains and we live and I I like this because I grew up in an area where the restraints in the background and there was a train derailment of I guess about twenty train cars went off the tracks on Sunday morning in Cincinnati did you see that I'm just saying it right now on your computer screen it looks pretty bad yeah they they say that it happened in the morning that you know be still dark out this is starting to get light but seven eight cars flew off the track and it was just west of downtown along the Ohio River I know I know that area was pretty well they went to school in Athens Ohio and I have a lot of roommates from Cincinnati so spend some time there and it's cool area but it's it's lucky they didn't have anybody get hurt but they didn't thank goodness no injuries reported our thoughts and prayers do go out to WKRP in Cincinnati did you used to watch WKRP every once in awhile yeah every once in awhile if this I thought I think it was I don't I don't know that I watched it when it was on because what was in the seventies show it was probably re runs by the time it I was old enough to see it yeah same thing for me I mean I thought it was Howard Hesseman right wasn't he in it like I can't remember all the people it was good Lonnie Anderson who married Burt Reynolds it was good there was another show that's like radio especially if it I think they were in New York but it was a Christmas Frazier who was that was a west coast show and then there's there is news radio it was called and that show was I thought was really good Phil Hartman is on it and he was super sad tragic ending for him but he was super funny on that show and that really portrayed what news radio was was like we're Frasier really portrayed what talk radio was like I have a buddy named Bob K. who was a program director in Los Angeles and he I mean here's a good peel back the curtain for people listening and he was approached by the Frasier producers to get Kelsey Grammer and the other one other people that were involved in the main gig that he did which of course was talk radio was to teach him how to be in talk radio I have every kind of an interesting job show the actors what it what you need to do what it was like a cool but I hear it didn't pay very much no it didn't it didn't pay nothing but it didn't pay yet and pay huge money now but it was he said it was a great experience I mean that he's he just didn't being with them and you know that whole thing he said was was was really really fun Bob K. what it when a guy like cats on the big screen what do you think of cats on the big screen I think Taylor swift as the cat lady Taylor swift she made a no she made a brief appearance apparently in the cats movie musical but the cats musical bombs no I mean people are interested in seeing it I I don't know why they thought because it was so big on Broadway they thought it would be good on the big screen I guess views of the musical bomb but you're talking about the movie bombed yeah it doesn't translate as well from the to the big screen because it computer generated giant cat people are kind of weird and less the sci fi movie yeah the CG I you mean that whole thing with the C. GI is so is crazy and I mean there's a ton of celebrities in this then this movie and lots of people have gone to see cats or they've been dragged the ads but they didn't I mean it just didn't float hi so here's a big here's the big deal we're into the holiday happy Hanukkah for those who celebrate Hanukkah and Christmas is coming up in a couple of days are you done all your Christmas shopping because we have not been shopping together down almost all of it I still have more to do for myself do you buy yourself some presents every year I always buy myself presents for Christmas you do not do you do that I do because I know what I want wow and then given to me and say here's what you can give to me you for you you are you're Hickey so you are you're really picky and that makes sense that so it's kind of like you should go out and buy your own Christmas presents then I should just wrap them up for you yeah Harleys boats the jet one year at again you think I'm one of the guys in talk radio like Rush Limbaugh well for her Sean Hannity here someone right your record using yeah that's too bad they didn't give him a jet first anniversary present for the radio a chat and it ends with huge contracts are you kidding for mayor save them they're all premier so yeah both of them got giant giant giant contracts a Christmas to them right that's a good Christmas when you get a jet you can give me a release for remote control to way I can afford that will get your remote control jet has that that that works one thing that has happened even though it's been around for a long time it's been around for at least a couple of years all of a sudden the LX the phenomenon the the voice activation is huge like Google home people one of the biggest sellers for Amazon has been the dot and you know I do this feature that's on this show here and it's also on a Lexus if you go to a Lexus and you go to the skills section you can get it and you just ask for Caitlyn is her story this little snippets of women in history it's really fun because so many members the support of lifting up some of these women like Amelia Earhart and and some others as well but now that's a bigger deal I did I don't understand I guess just in catch on the beginning as much because now it's become like the huge thing what a smart home no I mean the whole idea of getting it an echo daughter Google home or any of that stuff well the richest man in the world probably knows how to sell you something yeah Jeff basis right so it's the I I think is that because I had that conversation at the at the room big radio convention that I went to the for for people for listeners it's kind of interesting with Gary V. if you look up Gary V. he is just an incredible what he did with his family's wine business and how significant he became in social media and he talked about how because were always multi tasking and doing other things hello voice and audio is extraordinarily big and of course he was at radio and he was saying it will come like what I'm doing is you can leverage audio like here we are with these fabulous radio affiliates and and I love the mall for supporting the little show that could with a little broth it could and thank you know Tucson it's happened wherever and it's good that you can also take that and use it in other ways with with radio in conjunction with radio because I started out as a television person but I always liked radio and I love that audio now has become so big you like audio you were not a guy when I met you still an audio guy sort of fun just poor now you're just a poor audio guy yeah yeah the this is an interesting conversation about recalls and cars as quickly as we kind of wrap up here but Ford is re is in the middle of the big guy recall six hundred thousand Ford mercury Lincoln cars they said they had fifteen crashes and so this is the hydraulic the fact they're saying that could lead to crashes that's scary that there's certain versions of these the Ford fusion the mercury Milan I don't know that I've ever been seen in the Lincoln MKZ that's like on the list too I I think I think people don't pay attention sometimes to recalls I think they're recall for being so ugly well hopefully people take the take that to heart they get things in the mail or whatever because I I that's what I'm saying it's hard to reach people on these recalls like I know there's been recalls with cars I've had I didn't know and found out somehow because I do this for a living but I I don't know that I would have found out if there was if there was one right me they will find you music means you got to go Christmas shopping okay I think Walmart still open are you gonna go money hits the gas all right thank you stay with us and we are at this hour the show next shot at in Mexico one hundred drinks at a well worn bar with some shady looking characters in Vegas riding a bike from Dallas to Seattle on a bent scribbling the words dungeon on a napkin while two passengers next year on a plane wonder what the heck does that mean I'm came to Laney and what does this have to do with my success why do you care part of my journey that I want to share with you in my new book deal your own destiny locally now I can last and some would seem like other disasters at the time can any of you relate that's exactly what you'll discover by reading my book I picture you want to vote beach relaxing.
"howard hesseman" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Those Philadelphia Eagles beating your Dallas Cowboys the beagles can suck it back you don't like them that's an understatement yeah I'm doing the big show I'm doing CBS sports this upcoming weekend so check me out across America they're on in Los Angeles and Chicago and New York and stuff and I'll be talking about this will be grinding it and maybe it shouldn't because I'm on the New York but I'll be talking about the fact that of Philly beat the eagles and the eagles beat the cowboys and the cowboys could won the NFC east I hate to tell you but you're the only one who cares about your eagles the eagles just aren't that important you know what you could be you could be right hi to nobody cares about that except for that I wanted to tell the listeners that nobody nailed the score we have people to call in for nail the score and it's probably our most popular segment because I think everybody things are gonna get as far as guessing everybody thinks that they're gonna get big prizes except for a but no you're not gonna win a big prize this is because nobody's going to nail the scores are to do and the game was the that was the game of the week this is the the holiday season where of course if you don't drink you don't drink and there's there's not alcoholic beverages but there is a cool drink that I like that is kind of like champagne but you don't get that weird headache afterwards and I'm wondering if you like prosector I don't think that I've ever tried per secco and I'm just wondering if you're on the take from the Italian per secco border something because I want to live in Italy did you wanna move to Italy you gotta get gotta get cozy with the Italians well if you're going I'm going yeah thorough a live in Italy sure you know what's sad is that I was looking at pictures for people listening and a lot of you live by trains and we live and I I like this because I grew up in an area where the restraints in the background and there was a train derailment of I guess about twenty train cars went off the tracks on Sunday morning in Cincinnati did you see that I'm just saying it right now on your computer screen it looks pretty bad yeah they they say that it happened in the morning at the you know be is still dark out the starting to get light but seven eight cars flew off the track and it was just west of downtown along the Ohio River I know I know that area were pretty well because I went to school in Athens Ohio and I have a lot of roommates from Cincinnati so I spent some time there and it's cool area but it's it's lucky they didn't have anybody get hurt but they didn't thank goodness no injuries reported our thoughts and prayers do go out to WKRP in Cincinnati if did you used to watch WKRP every once in awhile yeah every once in awhile if I thought I think it was I don't I don't know that I watched it when it was on because what was it a seventies show it was probably re runs by the time it I was old enough to see it yeah same thing for me I mean I thought it was Howard Hesseman right wasn't he in it like I can remember all the people it was good Lonnie Anderson who married Burt Reynolds it was good there was another show that's like radio is specially it's I think they were in New York but it was of course there's Frazier who was a that was a west coast show and then there's there is news radio it was called and that show was real I thought was really good Phil Hartman was on it and he was super sad tragic ending for him but he was super funny on that show and that really portrayed what news radio was was like we're Frasier really portrayed what talk radio was like I have a buddy named Bob K. who was a program director in Los Angeles and he I mean here's a good peel back the curtain for people listening and he was approached by the Frasier producers to get Kelsey Grammer and the other one other people that were involved in the main gig that he did which of course was talk radio was to teach him how to be in talk radio at that be kind of an interesting job show the actors what it what you need to do what it was like a cool but I hear it didn't pay very much no it didn't it didn't pay nothing but it didn't pay yet and pay huge money now but it was he said it was a great experience I mean the he's he just in being with them and you know that whole thing he said was was was really really fun Bob K. what it what a guy my cats on the big screen what do you think of cats on the big screen I think Taylor so does the cat lady Taylor swift she made a no she made a brief appearance apparently in the cats movie musical but the cats musical bombs no I mean people were interested in seeing it I I don't know why they thought because it was so big on Broadway they thought it would be good on the big screen I guess you said the musical bomb but you're talking about the movie bombed yeah it doesn't translate as well from the to the big screen because it computer generated giant cat people are kind of weird unless it's a sci fi movie yeah the CG I you mean that whole thing with the C. GI is so is crazy and I mean there's a ton of celebrities in this in this movie and lots of people have gone to see cats or they've been dragged the ads but they didn't I mean it just didn't float I so here's the big here's the big deal we're into the holiday happy Hanukkah for those who celebrate Hanukkah and Christmas is coming up in a couple of days are you done all your Christmas shopping because we have not been shopping together down almost all of it I still have some more do for myself because you buy yourself some presents every year I always buy myself presents for Christmas you do not do you do that I do because I know what I want wow and then given to me and say here's what you can give to me you you you are you're Hickey so you are you're really picky and that makes sense that so it's kind of like you should go out and buy your own Christmas presents then I should just wrap them up for you yeah Harleys boats the jet one year at again you think I'm one of the guys in talk radio like Rush Limbaugh or for her Sean Hannity here someone write your Ricky fusing yeah that's too bad they didn't give him a jet for his anniversary present for the radio a chat and at the end for huge contracts are you kidding premier save them they're all premier so yeah both of them got giant giant giant contracts up so merry Christmas to them right that's a good Christmas when you get a jet you can give me a release for remote controlled jet way I can afford that will get your remote control jet has that that that works one thing that has happened even though it's been around for a long time it's been around for at least a couple of years all of a sudden the Alexa phenomenon the the voice activation is huge like Google home people one of the biggest sellers for Amazon has been the dot and you know I do this feature that's on this show here and it's also on a Lexus if you go to a Lexus and you go to the skills section you can get it and you just ask for Caitlyn is her story this little snippets of women in history it's really fun because so many members in support of lifting up some of these women like Amelia Earhart and and some others as well but now that's a bigger deal I don't I don't understand I guess just in catch on the beginning as much because now it's become like the huge thing what a smart home no I mean the whole idea of getting it an echo daughter Google home or any of that stuff well the richest man in the world probably knows how to sell you something yeah Jeff basis right so it's I I think is that because I had that conversation at the at the room big radio convention that I went to the for for people for listeners it's kind of interesting with Gary V. if you look up Gary V. he is just an incredible what he did with this family's wine business and how significant he became in social media and he talked about how because we're always multi tasking and doing other things how voice and audio is extraordinarily big and of course he was at radio he was saying it will come like what I'm doing is you can leverage audio like here we are with these fabulous radio affiliates and and I love the mall for supporting the little show that could with the little broad that could and thank you know to sign a Tampa and wherever and it's good that you can also take that and use it in other ways with with radio in conjunction with radio because I started out as a television person but I always liked radio and I love that audio now has become so big you like audio you were not a guy when I met you still an audio guy sort of palm just poor now you're just a poor audio guy yeah yeah the arm this is an interesting conversation about recalls and cars as quickly as we kind of wrap up here but Ford is read is in the middle of a big guy recall six hundred thousand Ford mercury Lincoln cars they said they had fifteen crashes and so there is a hydraulic the fact they're saying that could lead to crashes that's scary that there's certain versions of these the Ford fusion the mercury Milan I don't know that I've ever even seen about a Lincoln MKZ that's like on the list too I I think I think people don't pay attention sometimes to recalls I think they're recall for being so ugly well hopefully people take you take that to heart they get things in the mail or whatever because I I that's what I'm saying it's hard to reach people on these recalls like I know there's been recalls with cars I've had I didn't know and found out somehow because I do this for a living but I I don't know that I would have found out if there was that there was one right me they will find you music made you gotta go Christmas shopping okay I think Walmart still open are you gonna go money hits a gas all right thank you stay with us and we are at this hour the show next.
"howard hesseman" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Was done by from nineteen seventy nine to eighty three was on channel two CBS Mary Tyler Moore productions did it and you had Howard Hesseman as Johnny fever was big this bout this radio station a lot of people got a radio about that time I really believe that that's what radio was like so go out there it's about so WKRP was his little radio station in a radio station in Cincinnati yeah they start off playing like funeral music and then they go rock and roll I'm a big thanksgiving promotion and the idea of the big thanksgiving promotion was that they were going to release these turkeys from a plane all over the city Cincinnati should everybody would get a Turkey that sounds like it is the turkeys out so so the same day news reporter les Nessman who's the guy in the picture he goes out the coverage now you've got you've got at the station you see like the remote as if they're on the boards the morning DJ John Dr Johnny fever play by Howard Hesseman leaders fly trap use the night personality there Gary sandy was the program director playing in the Travis and they're all there and less is out doing the remote dream and though I see that I see the plane is carrying a sign says happy thanksgiving W. all no they're throwing something's coming out the bugs all my god and these are throwing the Turkey and the Turkey is done all right this measure does it bounces all over the U. destroy in traffic and and then you're in a real turkeys like a line and if you like so that is going to an in that's been like all the humanity okay and the last line in the episode right and at the last line of the show is we Gordon job the station owner looks at the programs are just as god is my witness I thought turkeys could fly okay yeah you got a VCR no are you watching I will loan you a VCR chefs in Lakewood New Jersey what a one point five you remember that episode Jeff no I don't remember that at all my god you guys see the WKRP thanksgiving episode what's your Christmas episode I don't remember it we didn't always watch the show till Christmas but the Waltons well now I'm not that far member we always watch that every year like two hours wall as we get night that would get everybody to vote him about the walls every say goodnight and everybody said good night everybody health and then the show would end thanks for the call give your favorite TV Christmas episode news.
"howard hesseman" Discussed on KGO 810
"Good afternoon I'm Pat their sin I am so happy to have the two people I have in studio with me Kelly Wardell I'm going to introduce you first he is just an icon in the Thomas San Francisco radio scene has been for a very long time he's the guy behind the band and the band means we were for bay area music that were given away by bam bay area music there's a magazine of bay area music it has become now an online magazine and the band he's went away awhile ago and we were all pretty miffed about that but you're saying they're coming back that's right we have a the plan for the spring of twenty twenty so it's like right around the corner okay let ya know very excited about the whole process and how how it's coming together okay and we'll talk a little bit about that because and we'll do that after we talk with doctor hip or in the process of it because you know that where do you go with local music these days I mean it's not like radio is what radio was radio has changed so substantially he used to be the place where you could bring local people new music and the people who were the disc jockeys had so much control over the music that went out on the air and now it's all corporate ties to tone cut up it's all done for it in advance they track what they're going to say there's no personality associate I mean this personality but not like it used to be it's not like we'll spend Jack course he wasn't in the bay area but not like that used to be amazing and so my other guest and I mentioned him is Dr hip that doctor hip that's not his real name he is doctor Eugene Schoenfeld and he is a true doctor he is a psychiatrist doctor hip comes from hip hop gritty's but also because this was during the heyday of rock and roll you know here in the bay area you could probably say that this was the birthplace of rock and roll I mean it really up to England yeah but here it was so huge and case then this radio station this amazing radio station played a huge role in getting the artists here in the bay area on the air and making them iconic in the music scene and you yourself doctor hip you were a trailblazer in the sixties and the seventies he appeared on case and you're up prior to that you appeared on K. M. P. X. you also wrote a column in the same just go chronicle that was picked up you became a national hit that way by the way case and is now the bone and they're right down the hall from us and this is the it's astounding what you did at the time you did it and so I'd like you to talk about the you also wrote columns in the Berkeley barb and when you think about the things you wrote about I would have thought yeah the Berkeley barb I would not have thought the San Francisco Chronicle so you were the guy who was there during the age of sex drugs and rock and roll you were the doctor people had so many questions and you were one of the only voices they could go to tell us about it well at that time people had little information to rely on about topics that they were very interested in at that time and living and living your questions involving sex and drugs and sometimes the combination and this was before I guess Howard Stern and doctor truer in elementary school at that time before the excellent work of detail yeah though you may have inspired dean Edell I haven't spoken with him about that but you may have been an inspiration he has yes he has told reporters at a his hands fired him very pleased by that sure and I'm told in the first doctor who was answering questions medical questions live on the radio and the these questions are as I said often involve section drugs right like how how edgy were they I mean like what people call you and ask you questions about of I don't know homosexuals axe or using various substances in order to enhance their sexual experience with those the kind of questions people would ask yes screens things like that and you would tell them the truth I would to the best of my ability yes I always use miracle or anatomical terms yes good good so is very professional coming from a doctor a person who really knew his stuff were there times the questions kind of frightened you that people asked about that they were asking you questions that if they didn't do the right thing could actually do harm to themselves yes I always try to keep in mind no the primary job of a doctor do no harm yeah so I try to transform from what they were doing yeah can you give us any examples of people who called in and what they asked what you told them well as it is that there were people who do who do who do bizarre bizarre settings while they were talking to you no okay all right scribe blowing blowing air into the **** during sex right which is dangerous especially for women business rating he was someone who told me about injecting air into the **** that doesn't sound smart marketing chanting air seems like it's always wrong yes is dangerous and your said could lead to infections and things of that sort one time I had as a guest Margo St James who founded the prostitutes yeah we've had Margot on the air yeah she's wonderful person of her program info because with a listener's question questions about to oral sex and Margot use terms that I never would use she radios clinical terms no no St St terms yes in graphic detail aha was she giving instruction was that as part of her programs usually people how to do it yes use as a woman who knew who was very experience yes yes and it was a couple in Palo alto living they were listening to the program and they became a offended by the topic in what in the way she was describing it in a complaints the Federal Communications Commission hello like that and what happened did did was there a threatening letter sent did case and almost lose their license the license was threatened with but after several months and I understand that the station's attorneys spent about a quarter of a million dollars on attorneys fees but finally cleared because I had been praised by the California department of public health for my work a good and I could demonstrate engine air show she was a guest on your show you were on our end so you were the one that they were targeting them yes at a did you have to pay any fine yourself or don't know either to the station they were just had to pay legal fees to fight it yes so they could stay on the air and in case it at the time I mean case so if you're okay you're doing this documentary on case then that's going to be out in the not too distant future and this documentary really puts case and a perspective what a game changer huh what a remarkable radio station and those who led the radio station in just changing everything when it came to music and how people were listening to music here that's right Tom Donahue was the Big Daddy he was on K. Y. a for during the sixties but and he produced the Beatles concerts at candlestick park in and also at the at the cow palace but then he decided that that he was tired of hearing the same songs over and over and over again and he found a station on the FM dial called camp yaks can be X. was a a free form radio station where disc jockeys like Howard Hesseman would be able to purchase six hours on the radio station they would then go out and sell that air time on their show to make the money back right and it became obvious to Tom Donahue that this could be very successful and that was the beginning of of the transition from can be X. two K. St and what have you yeah before we get too far away from doctor hips store there's a second part of the did that to win Margo St James came into the radio station and what wasn't didn't you I suggest to her that she should go into the studio next up can you tell that's what did you do Dr hap hello Paul Krassner yes the late Paul crescent moon the late great Paul Krassner was doing a a program before mine and I knew that that he and Margot were close and they were too stunned sometimes like she would taken to the airport and should be dressed as a nun and they would clean shin a passionate you know him praise before he left in a shocking everyone there performance art we would call that today so I suggested to her will you know why don't you were to go into the station and and in the Roman distract distracted Paul which she did in a way that that led to the program that I was doing with her which had to do all about oral sex because so she distracted so she was distracting of Paul he was in the midst of reading memos from Rolling Stone about of advertising and to those listening they didn't know what was going on except that sometimes he would gas and then she he did say something about she's a I'm sipping something in he was saying this on the air while it was happening yes we had those you didn't save the love park or an offended by this well I don't I don't know if they were listening to my hello Sir show but the it was that's it led to the topic you know the emphasis on oral sex that you were talking I was talking about with her yeah so it sounds like you were trouble maker and and then of course you you also provided really important to advice we've got a call from one of our listeners who's bringing up something else you were involved in that is notable and so let's go to him he's Bruce in Alameda Hey Bruce welcome to KGO your own with doctor hip and you're only kidding or tell go ahead yeah I used was a case a long time ago well you know this is the way the story is that I heard seven to school or that brings summer of love all the hippies were invited to come out to San Francisco but they didn't know was really cold in the summertime a lot of them got pneumonia and that was the start of the Haight Ashbury free clinic is that true well and I was part of it the previous summer I was doing a research on drugs with David Smith who is one of the founders of the Haight Ashbury free clinic and.
"howard hesseman" Discussed on WTVN
"In review some minor things from the news pop culture otherwise Jack how are you I have something to say about our theme song what's wrong I did nothing's wrong with it what what you are going to go immediately to something's wrong I just love it and I was going to defend it but you really go to the negative I'm sorry what do you want to say about our theme song I heard it in a movie last year did that version of it no not that version okay not Bill Haley and the comets what was the what was the movie well so Sunday yes thirty nights my daughters my wife and I would cite the talker down from the TV and look for a movie to watch and I wanted to watch Avengers and game okay because it just came out on digital and so I wanted to watch Avengers age game and I got I got vetoed I have vetoed and my daughter's soul to movies they wanted to watch that the latest you Monchy with the rock and then they saw something they were like Hey what's that they want to watch clue wow then I would really you guys want to watch clue and apparently they just played the board game at summer camp the other day like yeah let's watch clue that they hated it well they liked it did yeah but at the end of the movie when the credits roll yeah the player version of shake rattle and roll course they do to give you in the night was ruined I would feel like your daughters would be too young to enjoy the movie clue my oldest is eleven still little slow in the beginning yeah it doesn't feel like there's enough there to keep him interested I was interested when I was a kid yeah because the event the made it is John who was it a Michael McKeon was in the M. movies Mr green Martin mall malls colonel mustard Lesley Ann Warren is miss scarlet was Eileen Brennan in that she's Mrs peacock punk rock singer leaving from the band fears Mister body I'm totally wrong on this Linda Ronstadt wasn't for some reason not in the movie Jane revealed in the Cocos is in the movie of Stanley's the singing telling always Tim curry Tim curry as the bottler yeah Howard Hesseman yes how has it I always say his you're forgetting professor plum professor plum in the movie was it looks capacitor Chris for location for Lloyd played professor for you know for the longest time I don't know who played your vet but for the longest time I thought that there was any of that died I was sad your vet was around right there is I thought there were some one Christopher Lloyd I thought there was one Christopher Lloyd and it turns out they're actually two well we still there's the guy there's doc brown from back to the future and there's a separate one who's a writer Hugh who wrote like every episode of Frasier so forever when I saw the freezer opening credits I was I was always like a complete Christopher Lloyd so it is also telling and you know Howard Hesseman is not actually his name a lot of actors don't have I mean Michael Keaton is it Michael Keaton's no that's his name everybody gets it wrong because I've seen him like introduced in a you know how we do like if we can't pronounce don't happen on somebody's name we look it up and see how they got interview introduced on talk shows we figure they probably investigated that got it right it's has some in this weird Ian there he's Howard Hesseman but everybody says Hesseman well let's German yeah has some and that's that would be yeah it's pretty German yeah anyway he's Hesseman to me sorry buddy well I've always called Howard Hesseman as well I'll just call doctor Johnny fever they give you a or what's his face include or from head of the class Mister Moore's to more yeah there's hardly anyone I remember it's it's a more E. yes he had to pronounce that that one otherwise dull yeah something negative yeah I was just at the end of the movie I forgot that shake rattle and roll yeah was the closing credits song yeah and they showed all three endings how did that also yeah they do when you watch it only cable or someone showed all three yeah in the theaters when they when they when they really see I guess you never knew which ending you were going to get all yeah there were three separate endings on down to the theater when the front during its first run you got one of three and it's a tele gotcha there's just to get more people in the theater was just because I wanna taste it was based on a board game in any outcome the outcome was you know supposed to be difference chair I feel mad if I kept going kept getting this I would try different star rage throwing popcorn yeah something something our friend Warren is with us tonight Sir and hi Morgan how're you've been here all day yes I have a ball it's been a long day I feel like we be down tonight said to not acknowledge the the chief topics over the weekend which is showing a twenty people killed el Paso twenty six injured nine dead in Dayton twenty seven injured now because we're gonna go for two hours here others on fun good good time for what we will do a little destruction this evening yeah destruction from the heavy top in there is there is a candlelight vigil planned tonight at eight o'clock in the Oregon district in Dayton and the Dayton dragons they postponed their their game tonight to show respect for the victims yeah I will say I see I wanna watching the the news coverage this morning and you know everybody was on was all the channels you know sure sure brown I think was on two or three of the Sunday shows Julian Castro from San Antonio one of the presidential candidates he was on two or three shows better work was on two or three of the shows Jack I was talking to you a little bit yesterday about better work he was leaving the trailing going home I had no idea that I like I knew he represented el Paso in Congress no he had been the mayor yeah he looks like he's twenty eight years it was like some boy came basically out of Saudi how the hell old could you possibly been is the mayor of el Paso I don't know there's fourteen year old mers in this country you can run for mayor some town in New England voted to go does mer well under to pretty low are you talking about Bernie Sanders no okay that's an old go from the new owner okay I wasn't quite sure those were month technically doing I guess Vermont is doing over months doing ones but it was you know I get once you get past that certain point I don't know what was causing colonies so ma'am yeah I don't know all right but when we get our bottom and bottom the our top their news breaks will certainly have those have those updates for a Morgan how was your week this week anything good did you make it out to co sign if you know every time you should keep going yeah Jim Henson exhibit I want to live there yeah okay they eventually make you leave okay so I don't see it again this week would you just go down there and it does your sticks it was I've been twice okay that's pretty good yeah I got to get in one more visit the before it's gone it's just here for the summer something yeah I think September first okay so yeah do they have the legos right now I don't think they DO mapa it's it's pretty good yeah yeah it was so sad is this what you had a kid you took well yeah I wasn't sure yeah okay I have two kids so I could continue to go to toy stores and not look like a creepy weird al so spoiler alert the first thing you see when you walk in yeah and he's in his own little glass case you now say hi ho but I was standing there will totally wrong I hope but he didn't like his his journalists the outfit he's on news yeah the company Bogle's my Senate Michaela Kermit my son's going all out you know he loves Kermit so this this isn't love Kermit great this dad comes in with his maybe ten year old son yeah and and the son looks at it goes what the heck is that thing and I was like everyone beat them up I'm like you you're pointing at Kermit asking what that is reporter the father children services that's a frog another kid comes at I swear another kid comes in like thirty minutes later because we might have gone through it twice so you're still stand twice another kid comes and maybe a little younger and he goes it's a gecko go yeah this frog gonna save you fifteen or aren't yes so it maybe you like somebody called the Henson company they've got a tie in promotional that would be amazing child abuse to not teach your children about the Muppets yeah so I was ready to call does your son have a favorite Muppet but you know what he does have a favorite Muppet I don't think but he really loves the Alice Cooper at the side of the Muppet show okay so I think Alice Cooper might be as favorite jackets favor Muppet much her mother to Sam the eagle really I didn't think that would be your I love Sam eagle for some reason I thought mazing for some reason I thought yours to be a member of the electric mayhem the band doctor teaching electric may yeah no no Sam the eagle because Sam the eagle is just he's so stoic we still work but he's also so always wrong the Muppet down to Disney world they have a Muppet theater experience yeah that's absolutely wonderful and Sam the eagle was asked to produce and direct a salute to all the countries and so he puts on the show and it's just America americorps cities the the the show is called a salute to every country of the world especially America it's just a little bit Yankee doodle dandy at the start going better and Americans exited absolute fact see I have to I mean admiration of so you love scooter scooter keeps everything running on time five minutes was Sanders five minutes and in radio that's very important very important and the other one is beaker I love beaker yeah hello my second would be the Swedish house forty seven very good to also Sweetums Sweetums yeah just a big hairy mop thing well yeah yeah he's great in the Muppet movie yeah someone used cars churning goes chasing yeah my favorite Morgantown familiar with any of the other Muppets because she still standing there six seven days later if they just very upset yeah that people don't know who he is yeah I mean he's the logo I I just don't get it that's like not knowing what else's about gonzo that's my husband's favorite okay there you go and I asked why was fuzzy bear waka waka one follow fuzzy bear.
"howard hesseman" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Then you get signed up for that event it's it's all right here we go are you ready this is what I'm not in the prior question try would you please okay here we go lot of TV here the Seaver yes the AV okay have any ties with his family ties knows Laurie is not family ties was my buzzer this Seaver family including Mike Carolyn Bamber part of this TV show now I can see at Interscope the wind here July yeah what is what is saved by the bell she is one family was about what year is in the eighties family Mike Carolyn Carolyn Dan came I mean I think she said she was gay Miramax to Bernie no no that's not that's yeah that was what you were thinking Seaver I might or might the guy he had real if then my hair black hair deals Danny give us another another clue I get a letter for yes okay I can't stand it was growing pains never got it growing I watched it you know Alan Thicke no one can ever much right we were going out in order to get you know I was having babies yeah the next one I was watching anime it's so true like people that are ten years younger than us that couldn't go out we're watching growing pains right all right I like keep it in the realm of television this TV shows start Howard Hesseman interview air care peons incident W. care was and you know it's not and will give us a decade want it's eighties I'm trying here already has been this TV show is focused on a group of over achieving honors students said Millard Fillmore high school he was the teacher what is welcome back Carter was its speed can again we were going out that would be head of the class will never watch these shows well I'm sorry how much was to know that well not giving us eighties shelter was that whenever we were going out of the class so I let's go back to seven higher decade party seventy yeah seven days okay or even in the early eighties I'm a sitcom Alice this was her job she was a major US what is the way to the waitress I was thinking about.