18 Burst results for "Hugh Laurie"

"hugh laurie" Discussed on Dude Soup

Dude Soup

03:23 min | 10 months ago

"hugh laurie" Discussed on Dude Soup

"Your jacob fuller ends with express. Vpn guards kicked up his feet on the desk. Doesn't damn thing it's the perfect crime also joined by charlotte. Mcgrath is also trying to take a drink secretly. It's not a secret drink so this is a. This is a flagrantly obvious drink. I'm having an ice coffee. I got a special blend bean. That jammed flavored. Wow okay yeah but then we're doing that with you. Leave beads out of this and a man who apparently doesn't need a beverage. James william snow. I need sleeves. I decided i honestly made a decision this week on monday morning. I don't care is it. i don't care. And so i will about that was just going to be like one of my thought process. That persist persisted the week Knew that we were doing the podcast today. And i was like but i don't have any sleeves on and least said. Are you gonna change shirts. And i went but don't think not many here about what cast but that i don't care that i'm not wearing sleeves on. The podcast. should be allowed to not wear sleeves on the channel and yet time and time again the rest of a spit in the face of logic with arms and shoulders. You're you're you're a very even hand on your arms so sure you time outdoors and stuff. Yeah he doesn't even. He doesn't actually care. Jake falling on deaf years serbia perspective. Because if i were where no sleeves people be thinking. what will white t-shirt underneath. It does get brighter. I can't tell if doesn't now. I see the light. Decided decide will better. Oh charlotte has even election. I would say thanks. What about your complexion expose your skin mondo very brown and hairy and covered and inc. That's the secret to not having a bad tan. It's to just cover yourself in inc harry. Yeah to the dismay of every grandmother you've ever had because tattoos hold up well under a lot of sun or in general. I definitely don't have a single piece of art on my body that i now regret having. I have a lot of tattoos that i regret dreams. I've got one that said britney's dad is in the right. Which honestly who really regret in that one. That is a weird. What was going on in your life that you said. This is the tattoo i want. I knew a lot of britney's and their fathers had a lot of good things going for them to say i hope brittany's father is in the right place and then in parentheses jail. Yeah you could amend it. You're gonna vendor that too. Yeah yeah yeah. I have a. I have a big one on my back. This is fuck funhouse which has been a really oof boy you know. Everyone's gonna you got that last week. So i have one on my back. That says fuck house that my lower back actually actually a cover up because before that it just said fuck house. I really hugh laurie. There's there's a new show flicks..

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"hugh laurie" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"hugh laurie" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Films the stars. The milestones. The awards. I heard Radio brings you the week in Hollywood history. January 5th 2011 Queen Latifah host the People's Choice Awards for 1/5 and final consecutive year as Hugh Laurie concludes his winning streak for House after a third straight year. But Johnny Depp, who takes home his second consecutive PCH for favorite film actor would win again in 2012 January. 6th 1957 Elvis. Presley makes his final appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show. By this time, his film career was taking off and the King had only four more credited television appearances during his career. January. 7th 1911 actress Butterfly. McQueen is born in Tampa, Florida, best known for her first credited role in Gone With the Wind, whose Atlanta premiere she was barred from attending due to Jim Crow laws of the era. She continued to work in film and TV for five decades. January Knife 18 94. The five second short, Fred Odds Sneeze is released. It was produced by Thomas Edison Studio to demonstrate the capabilities of its motion picture technology and is the oldest surviving film that carried a copy. Right January. 10th 1927, the early German drama Metropolis, premieres in Berlin. The dystopian epic was one of the first feature length science fiction movies and has since earned a reputation as one of the most influential films ever made on. That's the week in Hollywood history on I Heart Radio. I heart radio down back flashback. Nice socks. Bread. 1970 five's. The Rocky Horror Picture Show wasn't a huge deal of the time. But you know you love dancing to the time work Now, how long before it's a tic tac dance? I wonder.

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"hugh laurie" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"hugh laurie" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

"I convey that hoffa secondly to the camera comes across so yeah usually i be like to operate camera but that for me that really only what on a single camera shy. There's more than one. You can't really split your concentration. Love of racing right. Or i at least yeah so i do notice that the like. I've seen where hugh laurie walks. Like in the main deck area and the camera is hand held and follows him. So i would think that there's a challenge not only in maintaining the lighting but also shooting it where the other cameras might not show up Yeah very much very much. There was their assessment shots. Where definitely it would be single camera for example in space. You know if we didn't get any space walk and gravity stuff with all of the technical aspects of emulate saying The gravity it had to be single camera time and occasionally in the atrium. Like you say if there's a very big walkin talk that just wouldn't physically be anywhere to high frankly so we always had full cameras available. And we did our best to use them as much as possible to make sure there was always options and one actor improvise and the other action flies back. What we're seeing by slices. That was always an important thing. Yeah occasionally we had to single camera but you need to some they. Single camera shots so following leaving actors is usually shop so we have them clearly on camera and they can improvise away Just in the single shot. You don't have to cut in shooting move so it's excellent. What when it works. It works like that if they're at when you're doing the space stuff when you're doing as walker example isn't yeah. Is there a space background or is it a green we. Yeah we had a combination of is in in the main atrium which is our opposite..

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Never Be Royals

Your Brain on Facts

04:59 min | 1 year ago

Never Be Royals

"It has been the habit of kings throughout the world to hire tasters to test their food on the off chance. Some oppressed masses poisoned it. But Henry, the eighth cast, a wider net with his paranoia. He wanted to be certain. No one was going to poison him transdermal either meaning through the skin. He ordered that every morning, the servant, the WHO changed the kings sheets had to kiss every part of the sheets, pillows and blankets they had touched to prove they hadn't smeared poison on them. They also had to test for poison on the cushion of his son. Edwards Chamber Pot. Though the historic record doesn't say how? My Name's Moxy and this is your brain on facts. The term mad king re entered the common lexicon a few years back. Thanks to George R. Martin's Song of ice and fire books. We'd have more than enough examples from Europe alone to choose from. George. The third born in Seventeen thirty eight was the English king who lost the American colonies. Though anti-monarchists would record stories of bizarre behavior like George Mistaking and trees for Frederick the Great? The king really did have mental health problems that manifested themselves in different periods of his life. During these times, he suffered from insomnia and talked incessant nonsense for hours. It was not uncommon for a single sentence to contain four hundred words. It has long been suspected that King George suffered from Porfirio. A genetic metabolic disorder that causes depression hallucinations, constipation, purple urine, and severe abdominal pain. However, as will come up frequently today new evidence in theories undermined that original thinking. One of the medicines that king was treated with was Gentian. This plant with its deep blue flowers is still used today as a mild tonic that may turn the urine blue. His incessant liquidity as it was called and his habit of talking until foam ran from his mouth are features that can be seen today in patients with extreme cases of mania from psychiatric illnesses such as bipolar disorder. Besides benign sounding herbal treatments, King George would be restrained in a chair with iron straps for hours. He was also bled forced to vomit and starved suffering under the humour old or four humors school, of medicine. A recent study based on the examination of King. George's hair shows high levels of arsenic administered to him as part of the cure, but would have served to only worsen his symptoms. In the last ten years of his life, his son and Heir George, the fourth served as regent. Fans of the show blackadder will remember George the fourth brilliantly portrayed by Hugh Laurie opposite the Tischler, Rowan Atkinson character. A somewhat annoying little side note when the play the madness of George the third was made into a film. In nineteen, ninety four, the title was changed to the madness of King George. Why for fear that American audiences would think it was a sequel and wouldn't go to see it because they hadn't seen the first two. When your business is running countries and even whole empires you WanNa keep that in the family and the best way to ensure that is to make sure everybody marries somebody there already related to. When you say it like that, it doesn't sound like such a good plan. But that was how royal houses conducted themselves for centuries to ensure they retained their fortunes in the days before even a basic understanding of genetics. When close relatives reproduce, it increases their offspring's chances of being affected by. Recessive traits for all kinds of physical and cognitive disabilities, including things like hemophilia and cystic fibrosis, as well as deformities like the Habsburg jaw. These incestuous pairings also run a greater risk of reduced fertility higher infant mortality, congenital birth defects, certain kinds of cancer suppressed immune systems, and overall smaller adult size. A condition referred to as pedigree collapse. Some royal families kept things closer-knit than others. Maria I of Portugal married her father's younger brother Pedro when she was twenty six and he was forty three. Their son and Heir Joseph married his aunt Maria Sister Benedetta. Therefore, Pedro's daughter-in-law sister

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"hugh laurie" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"hugh laurie" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Whatever the actual years and has an amazing cast, Hugh Laurie's innit Total Swinton is in it. Um Peter Capaldi is and it all these great character actors until the women, of course, is Flores is usual O how far this sounds fun and something to go to a movie theater for Yes, And it is another one. That's only in theaters for now. I think I think it might end up on streaming services sooner than tenant is likely to. But for now, it's also just theaters. Oh, like that Sounds fun. You guys Bill and Ted faced. The music is at 82%. Critics review on rotten tomatoes. Yeah. Everything I've read has said it was great. Which feels like it's stabbing a knife in my heart because I had a chance. And I must know what war is like going back to that. I'm still on. I'm so on the personal history of David Copperfield. Yeah, it looks like so we've been seen Have they've been advertising that on television? Is that where we've seen the trailers or For David Copperfield. Yeah, that's where I've seen. Okay. I've seen a bunch on cash would have been watching lately where I saw probable maybe I feel like I've been seeing it. Father could be or maybe HDTV because I think I've been Oh, injecting House Hunters international, and there's no chance that I've traveled right. That's what I mean. House hunters international goes, Takes this great place. Great. You see different parts of the world. All right. A lot of this week. All sorts of Christine, Do you see the one and only Ivan? Did you get a chance to see that? The one on Disney Plus No, I did not see that. Okay? Um, yeah. I'm sorry. I didn't catch up with that. I am lucky because I just got a link to Mullan today. So I'm going to catch up with that. But I haven't yet. You haven't OK? And then was I mean, I have to say I absolutely Loved Russell Crowe's three week binge of the tac circuit to promote on him, and she was like, really, you know, in good spirits and 20th anniversary of Gladiator, But that movie even just looking at the trailer gave me hives. It made me so anxious. Yeah, It's a very anxious making movie apartment, because I mean, I guess this is what makes it tense or potentially entertaining for people is that It isn't that far off the mark. Like who hasn't been in a situation where they You know, maybe somebody off and the person seem to go a little bit nuts from their car while you're driving next. Well, that's why my mom always says You can't do that. I value you guys. I just passed my seniors driving class you did. It's an online get a discount for it In my insurance, Chris and this is Yeah. This is for riel when to hit a certain Well, digit number can. You could take it if you want to save money, and it's kind of a substantial savings, So I did it. But the road rage and everything it did you handle it. It's how you handle yourself on the road. You can, you know, be dangerous. I was one of the questions on the test. Double digit. Are you saying you're 11? Julia, I'm goingto go. B s on that. I'm I'm 20 till Yeah, once you get past 55 great You sat at that high five. We want to keep chatting with you. And But can you just saying online? Yes. OK, great Protecting with Chris Hewitt from this charge, Moon will be right back. Nothing but good times.

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"hugh laurie" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"hugh laurie" Discussed on 600 WREC

"And they always this time. Ken Reeves is a different person. Folks actually know who he is when he shows up. On the screen. But yes, this goes back to the late eighties in the early nineties, when we had Bill and Ted's excellent adventure and then Bill and Ted's bogus journey and 91. Ted face the music and the same guys you're back we've got can replace Theodore, Ted Logan and Alex. Winter plays William as Bill Preston, Esquire and same kind of goofy guys. This one finds these guys in middle age, which I guess we could bigger in the last 30 years. So they have Ah, visitor from the future. Not not unusual ability. Ted. Me movie who gives them exactly 78 minutes. To write a song that will save the universe will rescue the planet and everybody else and so they get a bunch of the old buddies back together. There are some musical names that folks will recognize my perfect Maybe the redeeming thing about this movie is that there's going to be a pretty darn good soundtrack that folks may later downloaded and hang on to, But they got Bill in Ted. Gotta save the universe is saying Zany characters They were when they were younger. Maybe you see we're life need when you start out who those guys were, But anyway, that's gonna be a fun. One should do pretty well that will be playing in our theaters around here. Also opening is the personal history of David Copperfield mother, one that started to open just before the Before the virus hit. Everything got shut down. But this is kind of a comedy dramatic film, and it's not. It's not a David Copperfield. Sure you would think I was not affected, based on an 18 50 Victorian era novel called David Copperfield by Charles Dickens. And, uh This was chronicles his life, and it shows the Brokenness and his family and moved into a home where he's being kind of an abusive relationship with stepfather gets put the work in the factories like they did with kid back then, and so he just kind of bounce around place. Place. Got some great names that Hugh Laurie and this Definite help plays the young David Copperfield. If this is a This is an entertaining film, and I definitely think that folks could enjoy them to do pretty well. The big when this weekend is the new mutants, this is part of the X Men Film series. This is actually the final. It was going to be a trilogy. It became not a trilogy with Disney bought the company that was, you know, making the film and so you got a bunch of kids from mutants? Five of them and they find out that they've got powers. And this is this is more of a horse than the typical X men film. It's not something you take the little kids to go see if they discover the counts in the powers they end up escaping from where they're being held, and they start getting fighting battles and using their powers. Not always the best ways. There's a storyline in here. Two of the two of them used to winning two young girl mutants going attracting for each other. And you can guess where that goes. The guy who made this movie actually talked about how that is probably the most important find and focuses of this film. So take that for what it's worth in the New mutants movie. There's also always the option. A ghost you love goes public on all your streaming platforms doing occurred at the local Alabama story J. Piano. You've seen it and even interviewed the featured star that won the Linda solid so For more on these movies and others at the theatre. You could go to Kevin the movieguide dot com All right, Kevin. Thank very much. It is. 6 57 Alabama's morning news, traffic and weather together coming up in just about three minutes. In top of the hour News Alabama's morning news every.

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"hugh laurie" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"hugh laurie" Discussed on KCRW

"Thursday June eleventh actor Hugh Laurie turned sixty one news is next live from NPR news on Jeanine Herbst president trump is rejecting calls to rename several army bases honoring Confederate military leaders and here's Franco Ordonez has more president trump says those bases including Fort Bragg in North Carolina Fort Hood in Texas and Fort Benning in Georgia have become part of U. S. history and should not be tampered with the president made the announcement in a series of tweets as well as a statement read to reporters by White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said was directly from the president we spent some time working on that and I wanted to deliver that to you the marines and navy say they have already begun taking steps to prohibit the display of the Confederate battle flag at their military installations in the Pentagon has agreed to look into the matter of the bases named after Confederate officers Franco or down yes NPR news the White House protesters in Richmond Virginia tore down a statue of Jefferson Davis the president of the confederacy last night as per Carper from member station V. P. M. reports it's the latest Confederate memorial to fall this week amid an outcry for racial justice on Saturday night a statue of Confederate general Williams Carter Wickham was knocked off its pedestal on Tuesday evening demonstrators toppled a statue of Christopher Columbus Davis was torn off his pedestal Wednesday night a week ago governor Ralph Northam announced plans to remove a sixty foot state owned statue of Robert E. Lee a Richmond judge has since approved a ten day injunction to temporarily prevent that Davis's fate seems sealed days ago when all nine members of Richmond city council said they would support legislation from mayor levar Stoney to remove all four city owned statues of Confederate figures along Richmond's historic monument Avenue for NPR news I'm Craig Carper in Richmond meanwhile after powerful testimony before a house committee yesterday calling on lawmakers to stop the pain overhaul policing practices the loan is Floyd George's brother joined protesters in the nation's capital Lloyd March with attorney Benjamin Crump at the demonstration it was a peaceful protest on a street just renamed by the city's mayor black lives matter plaza that road leads to the White House other dire landmark in the fight against covert nineteen there are not more than two million confirmed cases of the virus in the U. S. and new infections are rising and at least twenty states this is restrictions on daily lives are being eased around the country more people are more than one hundred twelve thousand people have died from covert nineteen in the U. S. this is according to data from Johns Hopkins University well financial markets Asian markets were lower by the bell the Nikkei down two point eight percent U. S. futures contracts lower the Dow futures contract down nearly two percent nasdaq futures contract on one point three percent you're listening to NPR news NASCAR has banned the Confederate flag from all of its events and properties saying the contrary to their commits contrary to the commitment to provide an inclusive environment for all fans the group tried to ban it five years ago when chairman Brian France tried to get rid of it however southern fans objected to that the U. S. census bureau says starting today all of its local offices for the twenty twenty senses will have reopened after shutting down because of the pandemic appears on the long reports the offices have been sending workers out to rural areas that have been waiting for months to receive those census forms the area census office in the capital of the Navajo Nation window.

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"hugh laurie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"hugh laurie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Three right now no major problems to report luckily though at this early hour north expressway it said nine minute ride from Braintree into the city ninety three southbound about a ten minute ride from one twenty eight into Boston right now earlier work crews we had around twenty four they have cleared out and all ramps have been re opened this update is brought to you by dairy queen a DQ fans with the oreo blizzard treats new cotton candy dipped cone and much more it's hard to beat a classic DQ treat enjoy a treat from DQ today with drive thru or take out options from your D. Hugh Laurie creditably Vesey's traffic on the threes that rain Laurie mentioned on the south shore but of a slippery ride down route three right now outside of that just few pockets of some flurries west of town for today cloudy and chilly up to a high of fifty five tomorrow maybe the gem of the week we're looking at sunshine and feeling a bit warmer this is WBZ newsradio ten thirty with the news watch never Dan good morning I'm Jim McKay and here are the five things you need to know five fifteen more declines in deaths and confirmed cases for cold at nineteen but the devastation continues we're now at over three thousand dead in the state over fifty six thousand confirmed cases Marti wall saying may fourth is a no go for one Boston will be re opening society governor Baker saying he will issue guidance for the state this week medical leaders in Japan saying the Summer Games in Tokyo in twenty twenty one could be doubtful if the world doesn't have a safe vaccines and American Airlines getting ready to issue hand wipes masks and gloves as you board your flight in the months ahead other airlines expected to follow suit.

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"hugh laurie" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

09:29 min | 2 years ago

"hugh laurie" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Following an amazing god he has an amazing story bad thanks so much for taking the time to spend some of it with us thanks so much for being with you how you doing tonight I'm doing all right you know Hugh Laurie in one of the areas of the country where all of this coveted nineteen started you're the the special assistant to coach Pete Carroll for the Seattle Seahawks you been for the past eight years we'll talk about some other things related to what I said about your your book but what has this been like for you in the in the northwest we've been shut down for about a month now so we're we're deep into this quarantine it's been pretty jarring life is kind of on the stand still like it is caress the country's history yeah and so football wise is it everybody's just saying okay we'll deal with it when we come to it yeah we'll we'll we'll go on remote and the traffic still three weeks away so yeah there's a lot of crap going into that and moving moving along in terms of football stuff writing nice distraction from from the craziness but yeah we're kind of on little islands here doing things on the list I like doing things your belly and and obviously you would be one of those years right you would be kind of a obviously with your role is Seattle involved in the draft right a little bit when we have some expert the personnel guys they're very involved and they're the ones that make all the decisions that kind of an innocent bystander although not I like that innocent bystander is good so I have to tell you Pete Carroll's great guys interview interviewed a handful of times and obviously you know him up close and personal and you played for USC tell me about that relationship Americans grow he's he's one of a kind and the great thing about him is that he's so consistent so genuine person that you see on TV is V. as in real life and he's got this weird kind of Benjamin button thing going on where you get younger by the years that is energy continues to skyrocket I mean it's just unbelievable he's he's one of a kind so your book tells it you know it's your whole story about being a walk on take us back to two thousand and six when that happened for you and you know we're talking about the Trojans what happened and and and what was that like when you made the team yes I was a student newspaper reporter and a journalist just cover the football team for the school newspaper after three years of the glory years of USC football I mean they've won almost every game for three straight years and got within nineteen seconds of getting Texas in the Rose Bowl the win their third straight national championship in I was covering the team and was to restore a walk on the set and then started to use this tournament trial process the team that used to be an open casting call for any student at USC wants to try out for the team and you mean some guys there you go to that trial then hits the water like a child I still get a first person perspective really bring people on the inside do some unique and different Houston newspaper reporter who hadn't played football since fifth grade in the whole the skinny little guy and you go through the walk on tryout just read article and try to go through the trial that day in my book kicked but I got home and then that is a gold mine for an article that couldn't imagine a better story for the school newspaper and now wrote that story in the position touches on it the next morning and I got a phone call early in the morning and told me that I had made the football team and it was the most shocking thing in the world because I mean I had gone to the trial as a newspaper reporter who hadn't played football in ten years and this is the number one team in the country so they're all of a sudden there was a wide receiver on the USC Trojans football team it was the most startling thing you could ever imagine wow so you go from that and then you end up with Seattle had to make that bridge well I mean when I got the news I figured it had to be a prank I mean there's no little I agree that there is no way this is the current news like if someone walked in his head you dollars before okay what's the joke here there's no way and but other senior in college currently have dental in school again it was it was what did I ran into the football building and the other that was coach Carroll and asked them if this is a pretty good not communicated jokester and the kid at heart so I figured what better by the end of the current than me though it was legit hello said lows get my helmet had been as bill which was fun back from the help on the path has been what playbook had no idea how to read that and is way more complex than playing video games the playbook on there I was a fish out of water and hello baby and over to reporters in Medicare that most of us campaign yep and then they want to see that the average students to get into the game and it was a success by the last name of the year record of the game is up twenty points that could be in the game and is an amazing experience in the kind of details all that and then some and then I started working for coach Carol there USC for the next three years and he took the job with Seahawks only ten lastly move up to Seattle work form up there too so related journey thirteen years now working alongside coach Caroline just so fortunate so many amazing things going on naturally for no kidding and in between we have a couple minutes left but you're a speaker you talk about god obviously face playing such a big role in need in your life and you talk about that when you speak except for and now this is all going to also be made into a movie what does that feel like it is still a long way away from happening but Travis burn the priest because of concern I can only imagine movie that came out two years ago and he's been doing an incredible job with a team together to make things happen the extremely surreal chain of events and people always joke who is putting stuff in the movie in real now with Xfinity with that which is the creation of the circumstances I'm excited for more people to hear the story and be inspired and courage but they do have a purpose no matter where they're at matter what their background is that they have an amazing purpose yeah last one I mean god plays a central role in your life and and you had to defend that a couple of times haven't you yeah I mean I think anyone who lives without their face they they face similar challenges in persecution in various ways and but when it's the most important thing in your life it's still an honor and there's no greater thing the defense Dennis it's the best way to live all right then Malcomson great story great stuff we can't wait to see what happens with the maybe like you said it's a ways away but I bet it happens for sure walk on from pee wee dropouts the NFL sidelines my unlikely story of football purpose and following an amazing god good luck with the with the draft for Seattle we'll see what happens stay safe and thanks for joining us Brzezinski thank you you too so what is what is story if you want to know more about bad boy it's easy to to find out then you can go to Bennett Malcomson dot com and he told told you the story about the walk on being a walk on his relationship with Pete Carroll them what that led to and Carol went to the NFL and what a wild ride really that is been in his story has caught fire many years ago it actually did and then recently a lot of people were talking about it as well and so it'll do well I'm sure on you know it's a feel good story it'll it'll do well on the big screen and he's like I think I said or if I didn't he's kind of this is the new Rudy if you well the fact that but that team the way it was back in two thousand and six and for him to get that shot and to go into that game with that a big lead they had still is what a phenomenal experience that is all right coming up we have so much more to get too including you you and yeah those two guys in the back we it's fun of mail so much of it centered around of course the corona virus what am I hearing what do you know where can you get hand sanitizer what's happening with toilet paper what's happening with the curve are we flattening the curve at all what are some of the things that are being done out there and also what's what does it look like as far as crushing this pandemic and when we come out of it I wish I had a crystal ball but guess what somebody who does it look into the future and does it at the top level of her game is shar Margulies she's got a new book out called the universe is calling you and can you believe.

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"hugh laurie" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

09:33 min | 2 years ago

"hugh laurie" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"The NFL sidelines my unlikely story of football purpose and following an amazing god he has an amazing story bad thanks so much for taking the time to spend some of it with us thanks so much for being with you are you doing tonight I'm doing all right you know Hugh Laurie in one of the areas of the country where all of this coveted nineteen started you're the the special assistant to coach Pete Carroll for the Seattle Seahawks you been for the past eight years we'll talk about some other things related to what I said about your your book but what has this been like for you in the in the northwest we've been shut down for about a month now so we're deep into this quarantines it's been pretty jarring life is kind of a stand still it is the rest of the country she's crazy yeah and so football wise visit everybody's just saying okay we'll deal with it when we come to it it will work better on gun remote and the traffic still three weeks away so yeah there's a lot of crap going into that and moving moving along in terms of football stuff right less distraction from from the craziness but yeah we're kind of on little islands here two things on the list I like doing things your belly and and obviously you would be one of those years right you would be kind of a obviously with your role is Seattle involved in the draft right a little bit when we have some expert the personnel guys they're very involved and they're the ones that make all the decisions that kind of an innocent bystander although not I like that innocent bystander is good so I have to tell you Pete Carroll's great guys interview interviewed a handful of times and obviously you know him up close and personal and you played for USC tell me about that relationship government because girl you see is one of a kind and the great thing about him is that he's so consistent so genuine as in the see on TV is V. as in real life he's got this weird kind of Benjamin button thing going on where you get younger by the year and that is energy continues to skyrocket I mean it's just unbelievable he's he's one of a kind so your book tells it you know it's your whole story about being a walk on take us back to two thousand and six when that happened for you and you know we're talking about the Trojans what happened and and and what was that like when you made the team yes I was a student newspaper reporter and a journalist just cover the football team for the school newspaper after three years it was the glory years of USC football I mean they've won almost every game for three straight years and got within nineteen seconds of getting Texas in the Rose Bowl the win their third straight national championship in but I was covering the team and was to restore a walk on Mrs then started to use this tournament trial process the team the Houston open casting call for any student at USC wants to try out for the team is there any reason to either go to that trial then hits the water like a child I still get a first person perspective really bring people on the inside do some unique and different Houston newspaper reporter who I hadn't played football since fifth grade in the whole the skinny little guy and you go through the walk on tryout just read article and try to go through the trial that day in a bucket but I got home and then that is a gold mine for an article that I couldn't imagine a better story for the school newspaper and now wrote that story in the position touches on it the next morning and I got a phone call early in the morning and told me that I had made the football team and it was the most shocking thing in the world because I mean I had gone to the trial as a newspaper reporter who hadn't played football in ten years and this is the number one team in the country so they're all of a sudden there was a wide receiver on the USC Trojans football team it was the most startling thing you could ever imagine wow so you go from that and then you end up with Seattle had to make that bridge well I mean when I got the news I figured it had to be a prank I mean there's no little I agree that there is no way this is the craziest like if someone walked in his head you dollars to play okay what's the joke here there's no way and heads of the senior in college I didn't rolling school again it was it was what did I ran into the football building and there there was coach Caroline master this is a printer not communicated jokester and the kid at heart what better by the end of the current than me hello it was legit all the sudden I was get my helmet had been bill which was formed back on the help on the pad is what playbook had no idea how to read that it is way more complex unclaimed beater games the playbook on there I was hot water and hello baby and overcame a shoulder injury in Medicare that most of us campaign yep and then they want to see that the average student given to redeem it it was a success by the last name of the report noted game is up twenty points that could be in the game and is an amazing experience in those kind of details all that and then some and then I started working for coach Carol there USC for the next three years and he took the job with FedEx and lastly move up to Seattle work form out there too so related journey thirteen years now working alongside coach Caroline just so fortunate so many amazing things going on naturally for no kidding and in between we have a couple minutes left but you're a speaker you talk about god obviously face playing such a big role in you in your life and you talk about that when you speak except for and now this is all going to also be made into a movie what does that feel like it is still a long way away from happening but Travis Meyn the preacher because the concern I can only imagine movie that came out two years ago and he's been doing an incredible job put a team together to make things happen it's extremely surreal chain of events and people always joke who had put himself in a movie and will now with Xfinity with that which is the creation of the circumstances and I'm excited for more people to hear the story and be inspired encouraged but they do have a purpose no matter where they're at what the background is that they have an amazing purpose yeah last one I mean god plays a central role in your life and and you had to defend that a couple of times haven't you I mean I think anyone who lives works out perfectly they they face similar challenges including teaching numbers with me and but when it's the most important thing in your life it's still an honor and there's no greater thing with defense yeah and it's it's the best way to live all right then Malcomson great story great stuff we can't wait to see what happens with the maybe like you said it's a ways away but I bet it happens for sure walk on from pee wee dropouts the NFL sidelines my unlikely story of football purpose and following an amazing god good luck with the with the draft for Seattle we'll see what happens stay safe and thanks for joining us Brzezinski thank you you too so what is what is story if you want to know more about bad boy it's easy to to find out then you can go to bed Malcolm sun dot com and he told told you the story about the walk on being a walk on his relationship with Pete Carroll then what that led to and Carol went to the NFL and what a wild ride really that is been in his story has caught fire many years ago it actually did and then recently a lot of people were talking about it as well and so it'll do well I'm sure on you know it's a feel good story it'll it'll do well on the big screen and he's like I think I said or if I didn't he's kind of the the new Rudy if you well the fact that that team the way it was back in two thousand and six and for him to get that shot and to go into that game with that a big lead they had still is what a phenomenal experience that is all right coming up we have so much more to get too including you you and yeah those two guys in the back we know it's one of mail so much of it centered around of course the corona virus what am I hearing what do you know where can you get hand sanitizer what's happening with toilet paper what's happening with the curves are we flattening the curve at all what are some of the things that are being done out there and also what's what does it look like as far as crushing this pandemic and when we come out of it I wish I had a crystal ball but guess what somebody who does it look into the future and does it at the top level of her game is shar Margulies she's got a new book out called the universe is calling you and can you believe it she's.

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"hugh laurie" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

09:37 min | 2 years ago

"hugh laurie" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Got a great the NFL sidelines my unlikely story of football purpose and following an amazing god he has an amazing story bad thanks so much for taking the time to spend some of it with us thanks so much for being with you how you doing tonight I'm doing all right you know Hugh Laurie in one of the areas of the country where all of this coveted nineteen started you're the the special assistant to coach Pete Carroll for the Seattle Seahawks you been for the past eight years we'll talk about some other things related to what I said about your your book but what has this been like for you in the in the northwest we've been shut down for about a month now so we're we're deep into this quarantines it's been pretty jarring life is kind of a stand still like it is because the country's history yeah it's a football wise is it everybody's just saying okay we'll deal with it when we come to it I will leave that room done remote and the traffic still three weeks away so yeah there's a lot of crap going into that and moving moving along in terms of football stuff less distraction from from the craziness but yeah we're kind of on little islands here two things I like doing things your belly and and obviously you would be one of those years right you would be kind of a obviously with your role is Seattle involved in the draft right a little bit when we have some expert the personnel guys they're very involved in their the ones that make all the decisions that kind of an innocent bystander often I like that innocent bystander is good so I have to tell you Pete Carroll's great guys interview interviewed a handful of times and obviously you know him up close and personal and you played for USC tell me about that relationship America's car he's he's one of a kind and the great thing about him is that he's so consistent so genuine the person that you see on TV is V. as in real life he's got this weird kind of Benjamin button thing going on or he gets younger brother years that is energy continues to skyrocket I mean it's just unbelievable he's he's one of a kind so your book tells it you know it's your whole story about being a walk on take us back to two thousand and six when that happened for you and you know we're talking about the Trojans what happened and and and what was that like when you made the team yes I was a student newspaper reporter journalist just covering the football team for the school newspaper after three years knows the glory years of USC football I mean they've won almost every game for three straight years and got within nineteen seconds of beating Texas in the Rose Bowl the win their third straight national championship in but I was covering the team and was to restore a walk on this and then started to use this tournament trial process the team the Houston open casting call for any student at USC wants to try out for the team and you mean some guys there you go to that trial then hits the water like a child I still get a first person perspective really bring people on the inside do some unique and different Houston newspaper reporter who and because the losses fifth grade in those skinny little guy and you go through the walk on tryout just read article and try to go through the trial that day in a bucket but I got home that night and that is a gold mine for an article that I couldn't imagine a better story for the school newspaper and now wrote that story in the proliferation touches on it the next morning and I got a phone call early in the morning and told me that I had made the football team and it was the most shocking thing in the world because I mean I had gone to the trial as a newspaper reporter who hadn't played football in ten years and this is the number one team in the country so they're all of a sudden there was a wide receiver on the USC Trojans football team it was the most startling thing you could ever imagine wow so you go from that and then you end up with Seattle had to make that bridge well I mean when I got the news I figured it had to be a prank I mean there's no little I agree that there is no way this is the craziest like if someone walked in his head you dollars but okay what's the joke here there's no way and heads of the senior in college currently have dental in school again it was it was much better I ran into the football building in there there was coach Carroll and asked them if this is a printer not communicated jokester the kid at heart what better but end of the current than me though it was legit all the sudden I was get my helmet had been as bill which was fun back on the on the pad what playbook had no idea how to read that and is way more complex complained beater games the playbook on there I was sucked out water and hello baby and over to reporters in Medicare that most of us campaign yep and then they want to see that the average student given thirteen it was a success by the last name of the report noted game is up twenty points that could be in the game and is an amazing experience in those kind of details all that and then some and then I started working for coach Carol there USC for the next three years and he took the job with the docks any ten lastly move up to Seattle to work for a month or two so related journey thirteen years now working alongside coach Caroline just so fortunate so many amazing things going on naturally for no kidding and in between we have a couple minutes left but you're a speaker you talk about god obviously face playing such a big role in need in your life and you talk about that when you speak except for and now this is all going to also be made into a movie what does that feel like I mean still long way away from happening but Travis Meyn the creature because the concern I can only imagine movie that came out two years ago and he's been doing an incredible job with a team together to make things happen it's extremely surreal chain of events and people always joke who would put yourself in a movie and will now with Xfinity with that which is the creation of the circumstances and I'm excited for more people there and your story and be inspired encouraged but they do have a purpose no matter where they're at matter what their background is that they have an amazing purpose that last one I mean god plays a central role in your life and and you had to defend that a couple of times haven't you I mean I think anyone who lives works out perfectly they they face similar challenges including teaching very sweet and but when it's the most important thing in your life it's still an honor and there's no greater thing the defense yeah and it's it's the best way to live all right then Malcomson great story great stuff we can't wait to see what happens with the maybe like you said it's a ways away but I bet it happens for sure walk on from pee wee dropouts the NFL sidelines my unlikely story of football purpose and following an amazing god good luck with the with the draft for Seattle we'll see what happens stay safe and thanks for joining us Brzezinski thank you you too so what is what is story if you want to know more about bad boy it's easy to to find out then you can go to Bennett Malcomson dot com and he told told you the story about the walk on being a walk on his relationship with Pete Carroll then what that led to and Carol went to the NFL and what a wild ride really that is fit in his story has caught fire many years ago it actually did and then recently a lot of people were talking about it as well and so it'll do well I'm sure on you know it's a feel good story of it'll do well on the big screen and he's like I think I said or if I didn't he's kind of this is the new Rudy if you well the fact that that team the way it was back in two thousand and six and for him to get that shot and to go into that game with that a big lead they had still is what a phenomenal experience that is all right coming up we have so much more to get too including you you and yeah those two guys in the back we it's fun of mail so much of it centered around of course the corona virus what am I hearing what do you know where can you get hand sanitizer what's happening with toilet paper what's happening with the curve are we flattening the curve at all what are some of the things that are being done out there and also what's what does it look like as far as crushing this pandemic and when we come out of it I wish I had a crystal ball but guess what somebody who does it look into the future and does it at the top level of her game is shar Margulies she's got a new book out called the universe is calling you and can you believe.

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"hugh laurie" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"hugh laurie" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"That's still that's still all the guys that we started with that, you still do that. I mean it was crazy. So when it actually started from Chris Harrison story, he hosted event in Dallas. Yeah my band was on tour. He had my band play in Greg Grunberg, who was on alias at the time who then went on like heroes. And he was the cop that read minds on heroes. Anyway. He was on, Felicity way back in the day. He he's a drummer, and he was like, oh, we sort of band together. Yeah. So I thought it was just an LA moment. I'm like, yeah. Sure. I'll look for your your people can call. People. But he, he called me. No, No, no. no. I want you to come to this thing. So I go to the rehearsal hall in. It's like a group of guys that he plays with it. None of them are on TV or anything like that. And then I see. And I, I didn't watch the show, but I see Hugh Laurie from house. I'm like, oh, hey, what's up man? I'm bob. Then Jamie Denton from desperate, housewives, Watson link Greg's there. And he's like, so this is our band, and we're playing a show where opening for Macy gray on Friday. So, yeah, a week later, we have this show putting for Macy gray. We'll get to play five songs and we were all no way. But it kind of kick started this thing, it was like all of a sudden, wow. We get to have these guys from TV and kind of have a fan moment with them play music. So we started doing it, and that was probably two thousand six or seven or eight or something. Yeah. Since then, you know, Jesse Spencer who was on house. But now he's on Chicago fire. Scott grimes. He's on the Orrville and all these different like Adrian pass, Dr I'm trying to think who else plays us. But, like Terry hatchets play was the past year. All people can't we started this behind. And we've given close a four million to charity. Well, so, yeah, we get paid like a bunch of money to do these events. They'll bring us in, like a big company will fly as the Vegas and we'll play their their, their annual like your party or, and, but we give all the money to our individual charities, so you don't take any money from it. So it's pretty cool. We can charge more that way because it's noble. Right. And then the company actually gets a leg. After that, says. Yeah, I sent my money to children's hospital. L A, right. I set my mind putting lupus L A or whatever it is. And but we get to do it for a good cause. So it's a lot of fun. And we have a bunch of shows coming up this YouTube, so you travel doing this to yelich. We'll be doing this is so legit. It's really cool. It started off, as just a bunch of friends. Actually, we really didn't even know each other that well, and they start off with just a bunch of guys who like to play music, who happened to be on TV. Then we became really good friends. It was kind of funny when we got married, my wife and I got married in Mexico, and you know, my she's looking at the guest list, and she's like you're inviting, Hugh Laurie to our one. Yeah. My bro, not gonna come 'cause you hate people. Want to come and hang out with people? Yeah. He he didn't come Scott came Scott Grimes came in saying in the wedding, and let's just Spencer's like calling me of the day of the wedding. No. I didn't even invite Oprah 'cause I knew she wouldn't come. But you know, I talked to her in a lotta time. It's keep. I love her, and she's been amazing to me, but I also started feeling like, oh my God. Am I that guy? She was nice to fifteen years ago was still like, hey Oprah swing by the house. And you know what? I mean. It's a hard friendship to not feel like you're yeah. Lov agglomeration or you know, I hear you I had to distance myself from Amy Schumer because she was on my season, and I we became friends, and then after she, like completely blew up, and then I texted her a couple times..

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"hugh laurie" Discussed on Extra Hot Great

Extra Hot Great

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"hugh laurie" Discussed on Extra Hot Great

"This is the one most people know like groundhog day situation where she keeps dying and keeps returning to the same start point. And she has to kind of. Figure out what's going to happen. And I was slightly fearful picking this because we've had a lot of sitcom lead topic in recent weeks, and as listeners of the podcast. No that is not Sarah's jam. But after I watched the first few as like, okay, this isn't really a sitcom it's like a drama thirty. And I'm hopeful that there were enough elements that would keep Sarah hooked like the kind of the ghostly situation that comes up and season in episode three where there's talk of like is this old yeshiva where her friend's loft is haunted. A ghost thing Sarah likes. I mean, I just felt like this is more of a this is closer to something like homecoming, although not as dark than than something like black Monday. So Sarah over to you. What did you think of this? I loved it. Yeah. Have a controversial theory. But the end that have pretty sure is wrong. But I will get to that later. The casting is amazing Natasha Leone is. Great. And finally, she's going to be the, you know, the actor name on everyone's lips. It's about fucking time. She's awesome. I'm really glad that everyone has gotten wider exposure to my girl, Greta Lee, who I was aware of on chance which I feel like nobody really washed except me in like, this is Hugh Laurie. But that was a good show, and she was great on it and should have had a bigger part. And she's great in this. And of course, the great Elizabeth Ashley I must insist that everyone go on EBay and find copies of her memoir. It's just called actress, and it is a lot. But in the best ways and all the ways that you would expect from Elizabeth Ashley because she's I mean, I love her. She's the best and her hair looks great. I also loved. What you said before about like, it is it is a puzzle..

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"hugh laurie" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris

Waking Up with Sam Harris

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"hugh laurie" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris

"What is one of your identity is more locked up in one of these bins and than another or you just float free? Between them. All. No. It's a good question. I'm not quite sure the answer on any given damn might give a different response. But generally speaking, I cleave to the truth writings, the thing that gives me the deepest satisfaction. And indeed the the highest highs the most extreme feelings of whatever that creative impulse. Is. It doesn't mean that what you're writing is good. But the feeling you get from a sense of chievements in in rising is the most it's bigger than the best of applause on stage or anything like that. But where it will come from. I've I've no idea. I've my current theories is greed sensually IVA created a lot of material that I've made in done in the same way that my body has created a lot of fat because I'm very greedier eating a lot. And the result is you'll get fat. And if you're greedy to to right to perform to try all kinds of different things. And so in the end, you you you. You have a subcutaneous layer of material that you can't quite believe. It does surprise me. I've done so much and I think again without Sunday. Over paradox may be a result of having no particular talent. I think if I were if I really smart if I was smart enough to be an condemned philosopher or a debate professor or something I would have stuck to that. If I had any musical gift, I would have embraced that if I really felt that I was a supreme actor other than I would have stuck to finding good roles to play in films and TV rather than just sweeping the old. I'm considered trifle. So it's it's the advantage of being jack-of-all-trades monster of dun-rite while you're either you the lack self awareness, or you're guilty of false humility or some combination of the two Britishness are come. We will come to. Yeah. No doubt, so bad. So as as an actor as a comedic actor have you as Hugh Laurie been your your most frequent collaborator or yes. We we met at university when we were both in late teens, twenties and instantly a hit by subs have described before is like falling in love, and none on sexual even Brahmanic way. Although there was a bromance? We're best friends. I guess it was just an instant collaborative and creative fishing meshing. Somehow, we just had the same sense of humor as much as anything I think, especially when young 'cause the very unforgiving very knowledgeable. Unlike the older. We absolutely agreed in what we hated in comedy. I think you'll find that among Saturday since today data license when the in a in a garage band. It's as much that doing this to piss off fans of x wiles Ed style, the music that they just hate. I was the young. Can you disclose your hatred or would you be trampling on the reputations of friends? And I think actually I mean, we would quite we'd like to think we quite advanced. I mean, we we used to write sketches in which we which we'd never performed because they were almost two we felt people didn't went to annoyed as we were by the Cochet of the stunned up comedian, even then even back in the eighties. There was starting to be these waves of comedians were just I remember creating one who's an American stand up who who. Did this thing about being a drug drug sniffer on how that would be the greatest job in the world? So that the up comedian could be dog go, and and then could do sniffing because I thought it was such a crap cheap obvious pathetic since ten years later. I've seen comedians doing that. They wouldn't that be a great imagine. You're a sniffer dog for God's sakes. Yeah. What how is that funny that the most base pathetic? I mean, if someone can can do it as a vague remark in the saloon bar in aiding it is not worthy of professional comedy. And I suppose Q, and I had a very high doctrine of what comedy should be. It should surprise. And be unlike anything you've ever heard before. Each generation want to tear away what they see as the the cliches in the sort of cookie cutter approaches of the generation before do you feel it comedy does not age as well as many other products of creativity..

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"hugh laurie" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"hugh laurie" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"If you were asked this question before reading, the headline, I think you would have known the answer. Like, I did like birds beaks are very specialized. Yeah. So I actually all comes down to the wording. And I was debating with myself, you know, the two versions of this were should I just say little correlation or no correlation or little to no correlation. Because that's I wanted to make sure it was strong enough without being a giveaway. So I thought that little to no was a good compromise seemed to work. Yeah. We'll just if I had little correlation. That's too vague. No correlations absolute it would have given it away. But little tonight. I thought Ken BusinessWeek spot. But anyway, Jay, you, I'm very well done. Well done. All right. Evan got a quote for us. Humility before the facts is the only thing that keeps a rational man together. Hugh, laurie. Yes. Doctor house himself. Did he say that into character or as you Lori? No. He said it is you Lori. Oh, cool. He's definitely he's definitely on our side of things. Yeah. He's definitely take. I wonder if he felt that way he was as strong skeptic before he played that character. That's a good question, or if it kind of influenced him, or if he influenced the character, you know, the doctor house is basically Sherlock Holmes. And I'm I'm sure I've mentioned that before on the show. But yes, so I don't know how much the character changed based upon Hugh Laurie. But it is interesting that there are psychological. Studies would show that if you basically randomly assigned somebody to express certain opinion that they actually move their own opinions towards that. Statistically, speaking. So there's just something psychologically, if we want to be consistent. So we. Say all right. You you are randomly assigned to defend this position this debate. You actually go over to that position. Even though you know, it was just imposed upon you like a debate club. Like, if you're that's why it's so hard to be in a debate club because you have to sometimes what yourself in a position where you're defending something that's contrary to what you actually believe. What you can learn a lot that way. That's for. Sure. True true. So I do I do wonder like how much roles influence characters especially one. That's so long standing, you know. Yeah. I mean that was probably just a huge part of his identity for so long. Obviously, this doesn't perfectly apply, but you see this all the time when to actors work for years and years and years together on a role in which they are romantically involved. They will often income romantically involved in God's gonna be hard. It's very common that actors playing visit one another will become romantically involved. All right. Thanks oven. Think. So we have an announcement. And update on our April twenty six show that we're going to be doing with George, rob. We have some more details on what the show is going to be. And I think it's going to be fun. So there's basically going to be four things that are happening divided into two segments. Reggie was gonna be the daytime segment and the evening show, the day show is going to have from three to five or basically gonna do a private recording of the Hugh. So if you get a ticket to the day's show you can attend the private recording. But from noon to around to thirty there's going to be a role playing lunch with the s GM. I didn't agree to this. Okay. Read your regia robot. You'll get the details of what that role playing event is haven't been determined yet. But but the rough outline is there, and it's going to be a lot of fun. So don't worry if you were not an experienced row player. This is going to be designed to that. If you've never done it before you have no idea what you're doing. It'll be just fine and of the. And it would be hot. Be kind of like a hosting a murder party more like that. Yeah. But don't let the name scary. It's more of a soiree..

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"hugh laurie" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"hugh laurie" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"In the telegraph claims that rocking babies after they fall asleep could help boost their brain power, which now makes me very upset because we for the first three months of her life. We had her in a Rockin play, which is one of those little beds that has motor. As it goes up and down which is not great for, you know, people in the same room, but she loved it and protested when we moved her to a crib a, but apparently, according to a new study, this is something rocking as you. Sleep will make you more refreshed and more more sort of. Psychologically capable when you wake up in the morning, and they have they have extrapolated this to say that babies should perhaps be rocked while they sleep in order to boost their brain power. Well, the times fix up on this and says, it's not just the babies. It says that being gently swayed while you slumber, also Bruce memory out of it should happen to us too. It should it should in this perhaps explains why so many of us tend to fall asleep and wake up refreshed from a lovely train nap or car ride nap. I have to say I sleep up slightly the best on airplanes as long as it's flatbed of kind of. Lots of lumber flights. I get. Are you are you going to buy a fifteen million pound home? Now. Listen, just before we go. I want to have quick chess about Alex Salmond because he is all over the papers. He was Scotland's first minister he's being accused of fourteen counts, including attempted rape. Which is extremely Scotland. Is hugely shocked by this. Yes, I'll Solomon for for those who don't follow British politics was the leader of the Scottish National Party. Who led the ultimately unsuccessful Scottish independence referendum in two thousand fourteen and then step down handover to nNcholas sturgeon? Him being charged with rape is and sexual assault and various other offenses, obviously, we the it's an ongoing investigation. So we can't comment on the substance of the charges. But the the fact that someone who is so recently such a powerful figure in Scotland at a time when Scotland which is massively in favor of remaining in the EU, and where there is now agitation for a new independence referendum if Britain crashes out of the EU, so that's calling conceivably reapply to join. I think is going to throw Scottish politics for loop at a time when it's already in a very very fragile and sort of fungible state and finally just a challenge I turned anybody to investigate with Hugh Laurie has changed his job because there are all these pictures of Alex Salmond on the front pages of the newspaper. He's flanked by save rather good-looking policeman. Who is the spit of Hugh, Laurie. Well, he could be he could be doing research for a new rule many houses moonlight. Jacob carquinez. Thank you very much. Indeed. Now still to come on the program. We'll get around up from devils as well. As the business news with Louis Kupa. I'm we'll find out why paulie willful is.

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"hugh laurie" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"hugh laurie" Discussed on /Film Daily

"This strip swamp thing Mr. personal reasons Bacar is is as important to me swamping. It's important to me. These are like cornerstones of my of of things, I love a things that like inform how I view pop culture in movies and TV so I I know it's it's a solo choice for me. But I really appreciate support. And I really really think it belongs here. So thanks guys. That's what I wanted to fight for anyone else. Looking at this list? Is there anything else that we feel like shouted out that she thinks should be on this list? I would like to shop out catch twenty two. I'm a big fan of George Clooney as a filmmaker. And even though he has had some MRs but good night and good luck is one of my favorite movies of all time him tackling catch twenty two I. Think is kind of a no brainer. Especially when you have a cash that is composed of Christopher Abbott. Kyle Chandler, George Clooney himself and Hugh Laurie. You know, this is I feel like I don't know. It's like, I it's an iconic story. It's yeah. I think that's really all it needs to be said, I think it's it's a Hulu series and Hulu has has really stepped up their game when it comes to their original content. And I think this is definitely one that we should be paying attention to if those no kitchen way too. It's it's a very famous antiwar novel in satire and its original wants based in World War Two was just still basically what what to Brad? Yes. It is. Okay. Yeah. I'm hesitant because George Clooney so hit me behind the camera. But I really this is in an in an incredible novel, and she does actually base in World War One because. Am I not right? Yeah. I think that was the case I'm looking at the old Google, but reduced Joseph Heller is one of the five. Literature. So it it is always been dumped into a movie before. But I think the movie like I never seen it all these ticky beloved. But yeah, I am forecast twenty tubing on this list. But what do you guys think we're the point now where I'm not like super passionate about anything that is on this list for so at this point. I just like my love for you guys is like anytime anybody excited about anything. I'm like, oh, yeah. I'm excited about that. Too. Puppy. See this this one. I'm more excited about the people involved than actual property meet maybe they can get me excited about this this story, but novel Heller is just like such a great phenomenal writer, but I do wonder how to translate to a TV series. All right. I'm gonna toss it into a twenty five. Okay. I don't put a one..

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"hugh laurie" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"hugh laurie" Discussed on Double Toasted

"In the the so many times and movie where will fail. Just looks the Teamsters and injury. And I'm like man bullshit. Don't you insult elementary school kids like this? This is let me just cut to a right here. I know I should be a little more eloquent with my review on nausea. Probably come in and use a better choice of words. But then we have people here you have to impress them. You know, what I ain't got imprisoned? Nobody because I'm in if I do fuck it 'cause you know, what this movie. Of shit. Yes. I'm begging on the puck and take. Yes. This movie is. Boy, you know, it's almost you. Let me tell you how they know how studios try to rush in a movie real quick that they feel is going to be like one of the best movies of the year Academy Award material happens in December. It's almost like they rushed this in. So they could get worse movie of the year. I get something out of it. It's like they want it that. It was like all the times they could have released this in January sometime. But now we've expected it we want to get the raspberry issue. You know, be they and believe me they are a strong contender for this this. And it's so funny because you get all these guests people the supporting roles these cameos are coming in good, great great actors like route Ralph fines in here, and Hugh Laurie and Steve Coogan all these people coming in here. And okay, girl, you don't shut your mouth over there. Doing our own show. She swears a camera, and she and talking to herself they need. They ask. Now, you you're right. I true. Whereas of not been spoken. They need their as flogged out in public because he's supporting actors come in. And and they actually have they actually have good roles. I mean, they're actually acting. They are actually treating this like they have a script to work with and what they're actually British so sort of like homes kinda mean something to them. Yeah. And the movie in while they come in the movie is struggling the move is struggling to to to actually tell a story. But then here comes will Ferrell, John C Reilly all that ad-libbing and shouting. And then we get back to the dump shit. It's like these two people almost trying to add to to to come in and sabotage their own feeling like there's actually like. I'm not I'm not even lying. There are moments where people are delivering lines. They're like oh Watson. Surely you didn't come to. It's like, wow, man. You. That's not even a lie. That's. Ad-lib screaming? Yeah. And truly I'm not exaggerating there. There are moments where the movie stops to let them yell and scream like a couple of kids. It's you could see. So it's like step brothers in a way in a way. And it's funny because you can see you could just see the film makers director in the script for who helped write the script. You can see him in a room full ride as I'm sure we'll fail is just and they're just looking at each other like like they're writing of scrimp like they're actually riding a story. And they just stop like, you know, funny, and they just stop everything and say, you know, what we'll fail. You just take it from there is be your movie. You know, they, hey, man. You know, it'd be funny. I take none. None of it is funny. Not an. I wasn't even wasn't going in there being some person who was swayed by the reviews at seen before I didn't go in there with any expectations. And as always say our relish put in a movie down. If it deserves it, I even enjoy it. But I don't look forward to doing it. I would rather see good movies that wasting my time one o'clock in the got damn morning on a Saturday night watching this man, I gotta they're the want something in the morning. It was a screaming at eleven forty gees. Yeah. And. And you know, I I want you noticed something Martin I have actually danced around worked to not use that word comedy. You have used the word comedy..

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