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Episode 126: What Didnt We Watch (ft. Jamie)
"Zero credits. I went to a restaurant and the waiter said would you like to hear today's special? I said, yes. He said sure thing today is special. Welcome back to zero credits. The show where we talk about things. My name's Henry, and my name is not John and together. We're Henry not John coming at ya to discuss the current cultural f- innings of that. There's guys that they're indeed zeitgeist, Jamie. That is my name. This is Jamie. Everybody high. I might have set that up a little bit different. But usually when I started I do that little thing. I do my little speech go, John like that. And go Henry. No, I do it L John. And then we launched to whatever the hell we're going to talk about for this first ten to fifteen minutes. Yes. Brief warm-up of ten to fifteen minutes, which is enough time to go to the grocery store and back depending on how close he goes restore what for. He's saying I'm saying that I wish we lived very close to a very accessible grocery store because that way if you're in the middle of cooking, something anew forgotten ingredient, you don't have to just scratch that entire part. I don't plan. A don't wanna blow up your spot right now. We we're less than five minutes to one of the biggest grocery stores in the area. Yeah. But the lines are long what that is true. But there are a lot of lines open. That's not the point the point is, Jamie. You are officially on your first ever zero credits podcast episode. I am honored an on. Why this is the this was my last chance to be on an official episode appearing as Jamie. Oh, you said your full name. Loops. You wanna do that? Do you want to use your full name? We've never used are full name. Yeah. Jamie. Maiden name. I believe that out. No worries. So this is your last chance to be in the podcast as a single lady as a safety put your hands up. Not you. You're not a single lady. I thought you were robbing me. I'm sorry. But yeah, yeah. It's an exciting time. And so now if I come on the podcast, I'll just be your wife, sparring, wife your. Why are you going to be boring? We turn into a wife. Suddenly forget all the cool things you become a spinster when those measures don't get airy fishers opposite of a wife talks moronic, wait. So if hold on. The physics of women either get married and become a boring wife or they don't get married in the become a boring spinster do women just get bored. I think Spencer's boring. Very interesting stories either they have tons of cats, which makes them a little crazy. It's boring. Hey, or they spend all their time with individual hobbies like crocheting, maybe it spinning spinning wool for the knitting. They're going to do. I don't know. That's a joke. Women do not get boring with age, and it's a joke. I also do not feel that I'm going to become a boring lady. Then why did you put it forth that way because anyone who doesn't know? We're getting married this week this week also Jonah sick. I think I should've preference of this. With the reason why Jamie is here. John came down a very deathly illness nut deathly that would mean he's dining is not dying. King John came down for very voice, robbing illness. And he sent to me at four pm today. I cannot be on the podcast, please find a guest and John Mullany still won't answer tweets. So Jamie is here either way you're getting the Jay that's the rule. It has to be to be. Jane all official episode. I was going through all of my friends, and it has to be Jay which is weird because we've had guests on the show before didn't have J names. But John was here. So I guess it cancelled out. Hey, everybody John here. Just wanted to chime in say hi didn't feel right? Having the episode go out without me in it in some way, just wanna let you guys know that the illness that I came down with turned out to be the flu or well was flu like illnesses what they called it. They couldn't tell me for sure. Because when I asked them to do the mouth swab test for the flu they said, well, you told us you haven't had a fever for more than twenty four hours, and you're largely symptomatic other than laryngitis and some horse nece and some congestion. So there's no point in us doing it, all we can do is treat the symptoms because the worst has passed which is crazy to me because I means doctors can just take you at your word, which makes me think that there must be some kind of lucrative scheme for lying. Doctors of gotta think about that some more. Anyway, joy the episode. Yeah. There must always be Jay on the zero credits Boyer. That's an official z PC w h j is it's limiting last letter of our full show acronym. Save in the best or shackling him. If you will. And so there has to be Jay on the show. And this week's Jay is Jamie and next week's J will not happen because we're going to be in Vegas next times j we'll still be John again, unless John records episode of somebody who has an H name. I don't know. Good luck with that John. So you ever getting married? It's very exciting. Yeah. But when I asked you if you would be on the podcast, he said, I'm very stressed. And this might take my mind off of it. So we're not gonna talk about the wedding. Right. Nope. Scratch everything we've you're going in the last five we haven't said anything about the wedding or. That is true. I've actually forgotten what it is. I'm stressed about. So this great. This is good. We are accomplishing. Our goals are only sure earlier goals. Let are you going into my goal right now is to have one of those beers that have been sitting over there. And you didn't let me have one before we started because we always open beers on the podcast and talk about them. This week's episode is brought to you by shiner, ruby redbird, my favorite Jamie's favourite, hence why it's on the show. Let's for me rather than the exciting conclusion to the trilogy. I was setting up a better wedding beers. Sadly, that's not going to happen because I didn't go to the store after work. You didn't have fifteen minutes to span not just want to. Fear. Also. But this one is my favorite. It is has a picture of grapefruit on it. I don't know anything about beer. So I'm a terrible person to talk to about this all I know is that I don't like most fears that this one is nice. So this is a I don't know what it is says it say citrus, wait say that it has ginger and grapefruit in it. And it says brewed with Texas, ruby red grapefruit juice in with natural and ginger flavours added. So normally a beer will give you what type of beard is on the label. But this one is just the fruity beer, that's very crisp refreshing and sessional meaning you can drink a lot of them in the same session. You don't get too drunk. Yeah. This I can't find it anywhere from what type of beer. There's nothing finer, and that is not a type of this type of beer. This is a fun. It's so finer it's made by Schreiner nuts out there. Shiner Shriners the ones that helped burned the kids and they have the cool hats ride in the parade. So we're gonna be drinking these maybe all of the maybe not during this episode, depending on how fast we drink. And we've we've got stuff to talk about. There is stuff. We've prepared content. We have and by we having Jamie. I have John as for she has. She look. Said when I noticed when I I asked her would she be in the Pat podcast the pad casks, she said, oh, boy don't do that. Because I just have so much content. Prepared don't have me on the podcast because my content will just yet. The hold it. Sorry for those of you who don't know, Jamie. Put her beer down on the table where the microphone is wanting a stake of mistake. But she said don't have on the podcast. I'm too prepared. Yeah. This is literally the words that fell out of my mouth and through my fingers into the text message that I was sending think she sent. I'm going to quote you here. Don't even prepare any content yourself because I'm going to take care of the entire episode. I got you boo. Boo. Never called me that new tradition when you turn into a wife certain words at a two your vocabulary one of them being boot we've never used nicknames that are not based around her name. What about things that's your name? Call you. Sometimes I'll call you Jane. Yeah. That's about it. I have none for you. That's because I'm nickname resistant. Whatever you say. Bleep in that. Sorry. It's fun. Whatever you say, we'll figure out nicknames. Eventually, I think married people have to have nicknames is a role. I don't know I've been married to you the entire time. I don't have a nickname for you. So we were there when both parties are married, therefore, the consensual nicknaming of the other is complete. But what what the other way around when both individuals have nickname for each other. They're married. Well, I got to get to think in real fast. I know because we're getting married on Saturday. What about him? He. Any in the jets? We can't take sips at the same time. What are you doing to me? Somewhat has someone has to be talking. You'll cut it out. No. So this is your first official episode of zero credits you were on a less than zero before. I was I think what we talked about. We sat on mine living room floor, and my where I currently live in my current apartment. And we talked about the America talent Wesson cold over word visit America America pageant. Yes. I remember other things because the one of the former miss America's had just know the current nece America had just released a letter about how she had been treated throughout the process. Her thoughts were of the entire organization Boca near membranes up better than I remember. We talked about living together. Oh, yeah. We did do that toll Herman. Okay. Very memorable. What a great time, and we're reliving it for you. Right now. If you one can scroll through listen to it yourself, and then see how wrong we are without remembering things, I mean. That's what we always encourage your listeners to do. Our fans is to call us honor stuff. Please do go back and listen to things and then correct us send Henry John angry tweet and don't include me in it. Because momma fall. Oh, it's it's all your fault. Thanks everything. What? I don't know. But what was says, this is completely different thing podcast episode? We their rules. You gotta follow content. You must content you must prepare. And of course, whenever a guest comes onto the whatever we call zero credits podcast whenever guess comes on. It is their duty to introduce a segment. Oh, we did it to Mattie. We got maggie's Nettie segments of segments or something like that a segmented things that was a long time ago. Yeah. Natalie was on a never with me that was with John. Lester throw episode when Logan came on we play dungeons and dragons, so we did that when Michael was on. We did a horrible supplemental reading of gravity falls that should go back and Rivas. It's a good show. I would I would watch that show again with you. If we did another supplemental reading death in a heartbeat me to our children will watch that show. Okay. Here's a question. Yes. Because they recently had Duke Doug over something and and gravity falls at the Dublin over some allegations came out against a certain individual Louis CK, and they dubbed over his guest spot. Now, the version of the the show that I have has him in it. Okay. And the the new newly released like box set of DVD's and Blu Ray. What have you? Yeah. Don't have a minute. Who do they have? Well, Alex Hirsch dubbed over there. We cicadas lying civil, okay. What's version? Two is show her kids. Very important. What a formative moment. Oh, if especially as the won't see face at all, it's just a voice voice. It's just a little cameo during the weird Magadan, and it's less than a minute tops. And they won't have any of the of the connection to the out. I don't know why the dubbed over really weird weird while to our children that will be just an unrecognizable voice. Anyway, they will never be exposed to Louis C K at all. I don't think. Hey, well, let's nobody else gets exposed to Louis CK in the future either. Hey, zingers zingers jokes. Even though I'm sick. There's this person who's trying to remove the persons try to digitally, remove the rat from the end of the departed, he needs four thousand dollars to do it. And he's on gofundme your Kickstarter, and yeah that's important because it's a forced metaphor. But I also wanted to raise money that it Kevin Spacey out of baby driver anyway by. The only thing I could conceivably see showing them is the secret life of pets movie of movie was trash. But it was animated kids movie. That's the only thing I could see actually coming up and did get a sequel. I know I don't know if Louisiana I'm I don't know. I know the Tiffany haddish is in it. She plays little kitty cat. Pose a cat. Yeah. I love Tiffany haddish. She is very funny lady. And she's like a celebrity who still hasn't really come to terms with her celebrity. You know, like she she is a big spo-. She's the spokesperson for group off because she uses group odds regularly. She was the voice of Queen whenever whatever wanna-be in almost two. She is. Yeah, she does all sorts of comedy movies. She's been in independent projects as well. As like big blockbuster type releases in the middle of summer, the summer, fun girls movies. There's one called girls trip with Queen Latifah Jada Pinkett Smith. Gosh, I can't remember thinkers, highlighting how much John I don't pay attention. Well, it was fun. It was an enjoyable weird. And we never talk about girls trip or Tiffany, haddish or leg of movie to shave missing out on. Spot. I think what we're learning. I will be happy to pipe in with extra info whenever you guys wish when when you move into the zero credits to best to bed apart studios. You'll just be another room will this. Call in perfect. Give us gift five minutes on what's going on in your cultural sphere. Yeah. And been we'll we'll be closer to the goal of making this talk show. All right. You'd get a segment name will be like, oh now word from Jamie or something like that. It would be clever than that. Yeah. Well, it wife corner. Now are tuning it over to the life corner. Hi, yes. I'm here on location sitting in the corner, as the wife, I said talk show, we just didn't want to asses that's laying do it. But the point at hand is there are things you need to view is your time right now to introduce a segment to the cannon and you're on the spot. You've got no time to think go this one is called what didn't we watch? What didn't we watch? Didn't. We watch took an old time honored classic and flipped it. I did. Indeed. Because we're taking the time honored classic of the P C J with job and flipping it into z p C Wh J with Jamie. All right. So instead of Kaz, John? I we are cultural glutton's indeed, all we do is disappeared is over every little piece of culture, we can get. An order to consume it and regurgitate on the show yet. And I don't think you do that. I don't also I feel that something that works very well as between you and John with your varied enough interests you capture quite a large like you Casto fairly wide net. And most of the things I see go do our with you. So James's are if you haven't seen something, I probably also did not see it. But we go from there. I will say did watch the ballot of BUSTER Scruggs. I did not watch that on Netflix. So there's there's a one area of different. All right. What didn't you? John you watch. And now it's time for the guest to sing the song for the the segment that she just introduced sang it. Oh, why did you why? Now, I'm the singer that that really constitute a song that was top notch opera worthy. Perfection. And how dare you all well suggest our allies also sign, I am and culture. Henry swan what didn't you watch? How does the sigma go? What we do. This segment combines the title of and the combination of that time honored segment with also a big cultural zeitgeist happening that's happening on Sunday, which is the author to the cultural was our flight to Vegas. But yeah, the Oscars are happening at the same time as our flight debates. So I hope we get to watch at least part of it at all at the same time. That'll be what didn't we watch later? All their later is it because it's on the west coast. Yeah. And everything on the west coast is later. Every something happening right here at six PM is happening. If it's a live stream at four four o'clock on the west coast. So be my missed the beginning. But we'll good Towery. We're gonna miss the model by the famed and super great host insert host name here. Or is none. We don't who. Is it? There's a host did not wait. The Oscar says no host how they're going to do a rotating prison presentation thing rotating, like just you know, how they would get people to like introducing segment that the entire time. No and see, but who's gonna give the catchy monologue song of. Here's the thing who's going to start at. I don't think they know. I don't think he's ever going to start. Maybe it's just going to be the announcer, dude. Who always check. Going to be like welcome to the seventy hundred fourth Academy Awards here to introduce our first award is broad, blah, blah, the could that could very well. Do the call right now. When I am wrong. You get to decide righted and yell at my wife. My soon to be wife, I will be wife at wife, then what then to be while than to be wife right in the yell. My wife perfect. Okay. So since the Oscars will be a happening. I thought it would be cool to get the list of all the nominations nominees. That's what that is called a list of all nominees and just go through see what we have have not seen. I have some of these. I think are on my list of things I wish I had seen but never got around to this is inserted to me. 'cause we watch thirty to forty movies last year. We did because we got the theater we go the awards program, and there's a level for watching thirty to forty movies or going for thirty to forty visits, and we earn that level. So we I wanna say we watched way too, many movies and still we have not seen majority of these nominees. Yup. That's how it goes. Because we go for fun movies will maybe fun movies need to be nominated for them. They're oskar. They should should. So let's go. Let's get started with what didn't you? Swelling trumpet music like the skis. Yeah. You'll put that in post. No, okay. That's a lot of work to find trumpets that are free non suitable. Let's get right into it. Shall we start with the best picture ones Issur, which mine movies are nominated for this picture L? It is nine you're right. That's a lot. Always it can be up to ten, but they never do it. Why used to be five yet, and it was increased to ten and since it was increased ten it's only ever been nine. I guess because they're just leaving that slot open. So everyone feels like if only that could have been me. Yeah. Mary last fought for all the other movies. It's kinda like that professor was like no one ever gets one hundred. So it's like, you know, some other movie could have done so a little bit better. And got that temps lot dum dum. Anyway, that's why the Oscars have been running long. So so long way too. Movie spot Trump, okay side note, before we get into this something that is bothering me about this year's Oscars is they're not going to do all of the nominees for best song, though performance on the show, which is rude. Because that is why I watched the Oscars because I like to see live performances as theater buff slash singer slash actor person. Thought I rode the lady Gaga of pre. Pre petition them to do all of the songs that would be news to me. And I've seen not keeping up with things. All I know is that my favorite personal Broadway right now Linneman will maranda you say Linneman will maranda would've owe them because his name. Why would I have to say as name when the middle of you talking? Why would I interrupt? Oh, you were do. Every time I say in memoranda. You always interrupt. I have no idea what you're talking about. There is no recorded evidence that ever happening. And look why would I spare name of Ben male fan? Dan. This exactly why would I ever do that the men's nice, man? He's doing great thing for Puerto Rico. Yeah. And you know, I just feel like Denzel ban demand is should not have as name dragged through the mud by me. Well, that's kind of you. So anyway, he all was that. He was he tweeted, and he was sad. Because. His song. One of the sons. He wrote for Mary Poppins returns is up for best song. And I don't even know what song is. That's how terrible. I am. Unprepared. I am. But it wasn't going to be able to be performed live on the show because they didn't have room and they were only going to do the song from Black Panther. That's moment. And then they were gonna do shallow from a star is born because that's the one that's all of the radio. And we every will we all know that that's the one that's going to win because just everywhere talking about. But meddlers the police were lost things. Go for Mary Poppins returns. Did she write it? She sang it. She sang it was Bette midler in that movie. Although Emily blunt doesn't need singing last year's Mary Poppins sequel midler has confirmed that she will sing the nominated. Tune the place for lost things. Go from the Disney film. It's being performed, okay. That I think all five nominated songs are being performed in some capacity lately lady gun system. Good. I'm so glad because. Yeah. Wills point was that as a child watching Oscars that mesmerized him in got him interested in the whole industry because song from a movie that he knew was going to be performed his excited to see it. And then the more he watched the more. He was enthralled by the rest of it. And it propelled him forward. So good. I am glad to be wrong. Also being performed as a weird cavalry song from the ballot of BUSTER screwed. So there's that that's one of the things that I did not watch. That's weird. Right. So we were going to talk about we're going to go through the best pictures to talk about the mausoleum scene. There are nine of them starting out number one slot. My favorite one on this list. Black panther. We saw that one. Yeah. We saw that one. Just we can't talk about. And I saw twice. I also was so good. It's a good movie. But I don't think it deserves to be in the best picture list. I think that's an interesting place. I feel like best pictures typically reserved for. Best pictures. Well, best picture comes think of it is typically reserved for films that are changing the. Scape of the movie industry in might have some significance in their culturally that you'll be able to see a ripple effect in future. An I actually I think Black Panther fits that Bill. Our main sure if you wanna frame it like that. But best pictures actually, just about the best practices and film today. What do you mean? It's the best picture. That's the best directing acting like all of the components come together individually. It's the best one of that year. What you said, we're true. The last few best pictures would not have won because none of these best picture from the previous years did anything for film. They were just really good films. Okay. I can't remember moon moon rise moon res-, which I did not see another. What did I not watch? I feel like we saw the one last year. Oh, no, no, get out the phone research research time to do some research. So. We. Classic gold podcasts. It was the ship water. Oh, it was. This is true. Okay. Yeah. 'cause that brought incredible cinematography. Costumes. But yeah, I don't think that it's going to be like a moment that we can say in the future. Remember that film shape of water? It's not going to be part of the classics. You know, life Casablanca, oh, don't even touch the classics. No live forever. The what the winners of today will not be remembered, how do you know, we're not in the future. It's a look panther. We saw we can't talk about. Much his black klansman. What I did not see it. That's that's the black klansman it. I know that Adam driver plays. The white guy side kick to the actor who as a black man infiltrates. The KKK is terrible. I do not know his name. I know the tone for grace plays plans. Mun is Jamie, FOX, it is not Daime. Fox, jamie. Fox is not. Well, we're both terrible people. We didn't see it. I know there's three ks in the name. Yes. John, David Washington. He isn't unknown to me in the maion personals. I guys everyone else's known. This new Baotou Adam driver who's up? He don't don't explain. That's a joke. Among we know who is funds hosted Saturday Night Live twice fine. Anyway, enjoyed his spot on type night life. I went back and watch. What's bullet took? We know about clansman is about it's about a black guy who infiltrates the KKK to what end I have no idea. Do they succeed? I assume they do because this is billed as a comedy. I think I think what I thought it was like a and so are we talking about movies at six? To meet a Cup is what I have provided for your entertainment this evening. I think it's it's it's a Spike Lee joint, if a that means nothing to me because I don't know any Spike Lee movies. I'm so good among this thin. There's there Shirak which was moving before this one. I wouldn't say comedy fits his type of movie is type of movie is usually some type of social commentary. Gotcha. That makes sense. So there you have it folks Jamie really does not know what she's talking about. We'll add up. What was your what was your vision for the second? That it would be funny. Okay. Let's move on to a different movement the next one bohemian rhapsody. We don't that's though, we definitely know what that one it. We did not. And I'm boycotting the movie because Bryan singer remind me why breads singer directed that movie. He directed. Let's say ninety percent of the movie before they conveniently removed him because of the sexual assault allegations that have followed him throughout his career. Yeah. Like the metoo movement happened in it's good. It's still happening. But these allegations go back decades Slough and nothing has been done. He keeps getting hired. He is a horrible person. And he should not be acclaimed in any regard. He's not up for best director because oh, he wasn't a director of the film. But he bats they act. They basically forced them off for weeks before it went to theaters. It was done. Wow. What kind of change? Can you conceivably make which we knowing that you can't reach shoot anything? All you're really doing. That point is kind of doing damage control and distancing yourself and case something happened. But that's honest, nothing happened. He's immune for some reason. Because apparently, apparently when you molest young boys only Kevin Spacey is the one who gets in trouble. I am disgusted that should not downplay. The the great work that ramming Malik on doubtedly. Did I okay when I have seen is TV spots and interviews with Raminella kick about his preparations to play, Freddie. Mercury. And all of the research that he did. And I've seen side by side of the shots from the movie with rounding Malik playing Freddie Mercury and the actual footage. They took of that famous concert that featured at the end of the film, and it is incredible. The way that he has captured that same the the way of holding himself the way of moving and the presence is very very impressive. So I hope that Remmy Malik wins. Best actor over. Right until then the movie itself doesn't necessarily recognize. I don't think it will. Because usually a best director tied the best picture. So it doesn't happen. All the time. Like, I think maybe the year that moonlight won best picture yet. I think law law land got best director day, which is why everyone accepted it when it was read out rum. But usually the trend is director is like actor director does picture all line up right now, which means sorry. Bradley cooper. Nominated for best director. He's not. He's not. What does? Shame Quanta shame. Another funny thing about human rats, never saw the film. But apparently, it's a plot point that. The music producer was hesitant of them recording. But he mean wraps because they were saying no radio would play because no one would sit through that entire song on the radio too long, the lead at no point is the movie play the entire song of the movie the script makes the point the known want to sit through it. And they're like we're going to record it. Anyway, it's going to be hit. But then the movie does what the radio producers gore saying, no, they don't play. The entire song is a shame, man. That would have been so cool though, I would have seen. I would've watched that through anyway. Anyway, move it on. Yep. Next one is the favorite, and I wait I say that that way because it hasn't you ET's the proper British rapper tissue Abeille. So what this movie about this one? I remember seeing the trailers this one I was interested in a English Queen. I don't know which English lemurs Coen. Has I wanna say a favorite lady in waiting and they get up to mischief like oh wrestling in the mud and doing skeet shooting like horseback riding through water. I don't know. Emma, stone plays one of the people the whole van stay hold hands. I there might be third person. Oh, I don't know. This is one of our contracts from the trailer is them sitting together in a bathtub full of bubble. Sue, I think we'll go only on that listeners. I might be extremely raw. What point two they start making out not in the trailer at all of less interested. Of course, of course. Henry's breeding, the male perspective. The favorite is a very good movie, and this episode's hetero levels are off the charts. It just looks like fun. And it looked like Emma stone who plays the known. Tops. And now I want to say, it's Keri Russell Keri. Russell. I thought Curie Elwyn care of man. He's she's not gimme your phone know why? Because my has the list on it, you this is a fact checking phone what yours is the fact checking phone minus is the content reference by content you have conscious on how these favor favorite. But with a you. Me. I do though it's one Marion you earth the favorite when we look it up who plays the Queen Emma stone. Oh, she plays. The Queen blind to. Libya, coal Olivia Colman level of you Coleman. We should see this movie. She's so good. Oh, yes. Yes. Yes. She was in something recently that I was like, oh, so good that you're doing doing stuff was it. The failure. Oh. We didn't see the favorite. She was in something else, and she did really good murder on the Orient Express. Yes. No, no. Got to be nominated for best actress writer, she is let me let me look article. She's been acting forever realize she is she is letting nominated for lead actress talking to get it. But I wish to get it because Glenn Close is nominated this year for the wife in Enron has been talking about hassles. It's called the wife, what happened to interesting titles Hollywood everything the blank, the favourite the wife the Roma, but someone's called don't know, I don't know nothing in rhapsody about Black Panther. Actually, it's official name is just black. I broke it. Anyway. So it is one that we did not wash. But we love story between Emma stone Livia colon, plus period, costumes, which I love gross. Hey, what don't? About the Tump joker moving on. All right. What's the next Bill next? Film is green book. I know what this one's about. I did not watch it. And I know nothing, of course, we didn't watch. Because it's what is it about a green book? Do we do we see what's inside the book? What do you ever at any point film? See what the book contains just the cover, and should we Joel judge this movie Solway jokes about movies ended seeing I was gonna say remember silver linings playbook. It's like that. But green, let's find out how horrible the John. I do what this movie is because it's giving down. You can see Viggo Mortenson is nominated for lead actor from green book. This is the one where there is a black piano player in the sixties who is going on tour and his two or takes him down into the south and to hire a bodyguard slash protector slash companion for the trip and he hires a character played by Mortenson. And they bond. Yeah. They bond that's the. I would say, yeah. Okay. But what's the green book is at the book of songs? I don't that the book of some. I don't know why it's called green book is a good movie. It looked like it would be fun. The only thing I remember from the trailer is that Viggo Mortenson has introduced the pianist to fast food like to go. So they're eating it in his fancy car as they drive to the next nation and Viggo Mortenson throws his trash out the window. And then the pianist makes him turn around in pick a backup. Okay. But it is a comedy slash dramatic film, aka a drama any appearance. Yes, it is Stoorikhel fix. But it did look like fun. Maybe actually like a bio pic, maybe this real. Yeah. I think it's based on a true story. But I don't know any of the names of the people involved like actual people for more road from people who actually care about the Scher's some people I follow on various social media platforms. They think green book has kinda like a. Shoehorn like wasn't bad. Yeah. But maybe it doesn't deserve to be where it is. Maybe it's sort of like look we care about race relationships. It's here, and look all these other people are here to kinda like placating. Yeah. I could totally see that. I don't know. I mean, I don't know how much of that is true because I can't speak to any of this. Because I didn't see it. So let's let's move on. What did we not watch the answer is Roma so net flicks? It is what a shame. We'll never see. It is done in Thailand. Black and white like, I know that it was also up for a writers guild of America a best screenplay award at lost out to Bo Burnham for eighth grade. Oh, so obviously, it's not that good. I'm kidding screaming phenomena. What is wrong robot is Rhone? Yes. That is what the Romans call Rome. I say Romans like a bigger, also tallies. Warriors. Aroma is about an enrollment is something you smell Henry, no way. Bring back the content reference. Oh, you wanna know you wanna make fun of me? Romo is direct by Afonso kiln. Oh, the man who directed my least favorite heard Potter movie. What really? Yeah. He rated number three. That's where it Saul started to mess up in splinter from the books. Also, children of med which is arguably one of the best science fiction movies of all time. I'm not saying that he's not a good director good. He also did gravity which is one of the worst science fiction movies of all time saying the men is range has a very spotty track record as well who was he'd nominated for best director of Roma. I think he must be. It is he is. Indeed there you have it folks. He's gonna win in the is going to be best picture or year in the life of a middle class families made in Mexico City in the early nineteen seventies. So as a period piece, film entirely in black and white and spy funds. Kindle size says name Clarin wrong. And I just have not been more bored than by some Susan my life. I don't know what it is. I don't wanna watch movies about people. You know, why it's boring. If I wanted to learn about people, I read a book. Okay. So instead of seeing images that are worth a thousand words to use those cliche phrases. Shouldn't you? Expressions. You see like all of interact for talking to an after. All right. I'm saying both mediums have their place some stories work, very well onscreen, but would be terrible as book some stories worked very well as books, but would not be good on screen onto saying remains of the day is the one of the better books of ever read, and the they did a movie about it. And I'm sure nobody I think at one best picture. What's Anthony Hopkins plays a Butler remains of the day remains of the day? I like Anthony Hopkins. I would watch this which is weird because I think it's just written. Okay. Anyone remains of the day? I think I wanna think on Oscar back in the day. Who knows there's a lot of things we don't know listeners about Oscars for sure 'cause who cares right? Indeed, not us. We shall be on a plane in the sky. It was nominated. I don't think of one okay anyways, written by Japanese man's all of English Butler. Great interesting. Yep. We'll put it on it. Because it was written by Japanese, man. I always thought the Butler was Japanese. But then Anthony Hopkins played them like, oh, I have to rethink everything. I know about remains of the day. And just like that interesting perspective think book at Upton to film are very interesting. Because that is that person's interpretation of those words, and it can either match up with what you've seen yourself or be vastly different than either. You really like it or you hate it in his very polarizing always interesting one of one of really good prime examples of several snipe in the books has facial hair. What? Glad a greasy. Greasy goaty. But Al Richtman can't grow facial hair. So he didn't have it in the movies. When did he can't doesn't Bischel hair in a movie for Hong Gruber? He's got is at prosthetic. It's probably press stud it fine. All right. Absolutely. Yes. Fischler? I think he does. I think he's got a mustache use the reference race races. Do some recycling is the most I've ever looked. Okay. Yeah. He's got like a east got with speeds. Yeah. Yeah. That's what I was grown though. Probably not looking twirling that little suppressor cops. And again, we've got or restaurant piece facial hair. Indeed. Okay. Kumar Jesus Christ. Okay. Second to last. What did we not watch is a star is born. Neither of us watched. It. I heard multiple times from all the women. Good. You should watch it but bring all your tissues. And I was like what interested is the dog. No, there's no dog. Bradley cooper. Dog. Here's the thing. Here's the thing about stars born it has been interrupted upon it has been remade. So many times it got nominated for a best screen play thing for the writers guild of America awards, and Chelsea Peretti who who MC the event yet in her opening monologue quoted Bradley Cooper, saying it was his dream. He had a dream about writing this this film, and she was like, oh that dream happened to take place in nineteen fifty six or nineteen seventy two or nineteen ninety three. It's also recent you, don't you shouldn't remakes ship. Not be nominated for any ward CKI's. They're just regretted nationwide. Mom, I didn't my mother is visiting because of the oil. We all know. And I didn't realize that a star is born it was a remake. Until she mentioned the she had seen it. My mama's seen this movie. But she said it was not as good as the Barbra Streisand. One in nineteen ninety three I think ninety three. Which is the first time that it was the story was between two singers. My mom was aware that the other time at least one of the other times. They did the story. It was between A Bob Ville star and a film star between the two of them. And then when Barbara Streisand wanted to do it they turned it into a singer situation, and they kept that same thing. So it's not even a take take on the remake. It is a remake of a remake of a remake that copies that last second to last remit you've gotta push boundaries. You can't you can tell a compelling story. But it needs to be original. A religious great for your. I like director debut the wreck poorly debut. Yes. Because it's kind of like kind of done before you can draw from the past and call the no mosh, and no one will call you hack yet. But there's a reason why he didn't get nominated for best director, even though everyone's oh, you got snuffed these cuts brother, forget snuffed. I think it small enough snow off kept Bradley under saying Bradley Cooper's better off as a CGI raccoon than he is at kennison. He could say, I'm yeah. A lot of actors when they put them in the musicals turns out, they surprised have been harboring the secret magical, saying boys. Why does anyone? Emma, Watson what it comes down to on mccheese, lying and beauty fine. She just doesn't seem as well. As other people Bradley Cooper sings quite well, not as well as other people, but people are smitten with him for his looks. So there you have it. But what else down to I believe is that. Singers, having spent him along, and then look what are the call and sing that me make my plight. Finally, speak up. Well, you said not shout. I'm into imbalance. I think that the reason that actors who are tasked in musicals people say, oh, suddenly, they have this voice that and we didn't know about all along didn't have it all along. But now they have regular singing lessons. Anyone can be taught to sing at least decently. And if you start out with at least half, a good voice if becomes greater there. So anyway, his songs all of radio. It's it's about Dr lady Gaga is doing something. That's not singing, Bradley Cooper is singing. And I think he's like running out of inspiration. He meets her and suddenly she becomes his news. But also hut. She is a singer to they go together. I think they get married, and then they have nice big happy concert. But then I. Someone died that the end someone has to die because there's a lot of crying to win an Oscar someone needs to die in your film. Oh, no. That's the law. This is true. Someone has to there needs to be one death at least one emotional back. Yet can't be the bad guy. But there you haven't I hope that maybe once a song thing. I'm sure it will. But then it just gets snubbed everywhere else. Yep. That song actually isn't original. Oh, that's good lady wrote it good. So it's catchy ising by myself. Singing it quite often by the never heard. It's not any radio station. I listen to we listen to the same one. What what we do is the same one. I switch off all the time. Okay. Three in that. We listen to ninety three point three cagey are also a L radio doesn't play area 'Grande. So I have to switch off on Cajun. Oh, no. Gotta find that area. Ground-air? She's got three songs on the radio right now. Get that. Thank you next issue. Next seven rings, and like breathe who knows who knows not. There's also break-up of your girlfriend owns pretty good. I saw the title for it. And on the same album was thinking stick, very interesting. I think she'll hotspot all over the place that let's get to the last movie last. What did we not watch? Is vice the shrew untold story, not really true based on a true story of Dick Cheney his way in to way, more responsibility that had ever been doing before to vice president and played by Christian bale and completely unrecognisable in that role. What Christian bills a chameleon? Oh, yes. In the subways. Gary Oldman not so much lately. But used to be version bales of transformative actor who just literally disappears into the role. He's playing a little bit about vice I know was written by the same guy who did the big short, and it has a very similar story telling style with cut away with explanations. It's kinda more jarring than what people are useful are used to. And I also know that people are saying it didn't quite do that style fit this movie as well as. Fit the big short. I could see that. Because the big short. They're running a con in in reality. And so the net style kind of quick cut. It feels kind of like, a heist movie sense to see all the different sides of this that they're setting up all the dominos to fall. But in this sense, it's like part bio pic more linear. Yeah. Phil doesn't seem like it fits as. Well, all I know about the film is that it tells the story of Dick Cheney is Amy Adams in it playing MRs Cheney and Sam Rockwell plays President, George W Bush O'Gara, and that is all I know. I don't know any more than that. I just know those few things. I mean, part of the CUDA ways in the big short work to explain financial terms that were not in the public vernacular, and they did a good job. But here's a celebrity to explain this really conflicts financial term to you. That's right. And I think there's less of that in vice because it should be it should be more straightforward. It should be more dislike chronologically easy to follow. Rather than jumping around from different groups. You're also only focusing on one subject rather than three different groups of people. Right. So you know, who knows we didn't watch it. If you if you. Please please write in and tell us all about it. So we don't have because I didn't watch it. And that's it. We made it through all the best picture lists. I was going through animated features. So until the spiders is gonna win. I hope it. I really hope it does in their the Golden Globes, which is a bad sign. Yeah. If any if the Kevin has any brains in their head, which they don't because we're frozen one was like, oh, yeah. Disney. People love Disney. I didn't watch it. I know a lot of the lot of the people in the academy don't vote for that category. Really are the say like oh Disney's pretty good. And that's their vote off the lot of people because like the comets they come out over time. Yes. A common set academy members right by their votes. Come out. Oh, yeah. My daughter loves it must be good. Okay. No, no, small children have poor taste. The like, there's a reason why there's no best comedy section rayon skirts. And I really starting to think there should not be an animation category because they don't care. Yeah. It really don't. Yeah. I used to be a marvel. I think okay. I read recently that Snow White and the seven to one it's Oscar in a category that was specially made for it. And I might have read that sentence wrong. It might be that it won an Oscar as an Oscar trophy that was specially made for it. Because I know that Oscar they received was one normal size Oskar on top of a seven step pedestal like at the Olympics with seven smaller Oscars next to it on each step. So like, the large one in seven dwarflets, which is cute. But now I'm wondering if the category of best animated feature film was created four Snow White and seven offs to recognize that film because that was life changing those the first phone when you talk first animated feature film. Yes. So what would compete against it? I don't know wanted to recognize it. But they there might have been controversy in putting that film in the same category as live action films. I don't know interesting to know white which I found out recently. A lot of the animators artists who were in charge of painting the cells so every single paper in in-coming that was combined to make this movie. A lot of them were women, and as they were painting. They couldn't figure out the just the right Hughes to use for snow White's face fail. They use their own makeup of the they were like the couldn't find a way to put the blush on about making it look bad. Yes. In cartoonish in so that they suggested using their own makeup. Yes. I read the same thing. Yeah. But didn't suggest that those the girl. Yes. Exactly. And they just didn't in the end in walrus reviewing the cells in his like, this is very interesting texture. What's going on here? And there like we used our own makeup. They did they did snow White's makeup forever. Every single cell on which I think is really incredible. Then. Yeah. When I look back at pictures, just her blush her eye shadow, it's everything and she looked so pity, and that's why happy. So anyway, the only one that I would potentially see I would I would be gone spider-man's by divers to win the only other one that I wouldn't be completely heartbroken this one. Instead, a find that I won't our listeners will be forever. The. L of dogs. It is Wes Anderson. He's a well known director. So I could conceivably see someone who was voting without without actually watching these movies, which is throw for it. But I thought that was a very well made film, those very good tell all of the different heartstrings that I have and laughing and also crying dollar multiple dogs. The dogs were great. They do the job. Yes. I thought it was very interesting. Your your dog cart street in your Japan, hurt stranger or were very much hugged. So many strings. All right. Well, that was what didn't you want? Did you watch? And so we didn't watch anything apparently not we would've segment was finally spent so much time telling you about what we didn't see Cecil. You're still listening at this point while the no-one turns off a podcast, mid listen. Right. No. If you're there nod silver. Still with kids. You're so. Yeah. Yep. You are thanks for being here. So we got you. We've got a few minutes left. We do and I've got some concert. You have content us despite my joker Lear, I made content. I didn't make it. I just found that an hour to do it. This is a little BuzzFeed question say that says these random relationship questions will determine how long it will last. And I thought on the eve of our wedding we kill by. And this episode will come out on the E R wedding, even for a wedding, let I'm going to ask you these very visual questions on my and and go through it together. Wait, what is visual question? All of the answers are pictures, and I'm just going to react the pictures. So and this is going to get a little skinny a little maybe a little bit too intimate. You know, maybe this is something we all want to share in the podcast, all right listeners. Plug your yours. The can't because they have earphones on there already planned. Okay. Okay. Here we go. So the first question that I warned you before him. Yes. Which salad ingredients. Best describes what your like in bed. Excuse me. You have a picture of ranch a picture of kale a picture of cheese. A picture of what looks to be little seeds a picture of romaine lettuce in a picture of croutons. Sits too many choices. I'm indecisive person ranch kale cheese seeds from Maine lettuce or croutons. Do I need to answer this and you answer the separate loan. This is just you you're taking this quiz. But you're not looking at it rude. It is. I'm gonna say cheese. Wow. Oh, okay. Are she's Smoot which color does your significant other? So me. Yes. Absolutely. Kill it in you, kill gray of Braise Brown, a dark blue a dark red white or black dark blue. All right. Where's the first place? You'd look for your partner and a game of hide and seek a picture of a bed a picture of a desk, a picture of a bathroom a picture of a kitchen a picture of utility room or a picture of what looks to be like living room. I feel like if it was you you would be joking. And so he just go line the bed and put the covers on yourself grit. And so then the bed which of these popular vacations, would you never take together Knepper accrues tropical island desert camping backpacking foreign country mountain cabin city. You've never been to. Well, we're doing the city we've never been to for hundred about that probably desert camping. All right because I think if we go camping ever again based off of your one terrible experience you've had with me camping previously. Go. We like it to be like covered in sheltered in the woods with things. Interesting things to look at. I don't think the desert would bode. Well, okay. How many unpaid single socks are there in your sock collection? My socks lead, your wait. Let me think before you throw numbers. I need to get an idea. Okay. Go one suck at least three sucks. Five sucks. More than seven socks. They are all basically unmatched or zero at least three. All right. But I don't think it's five surprise. You're making your significant other dinner tonight. What's on the menu, grilled chicken and rice, some type of tacos a pizza with bail bay leaves on it? Nope. Because the bay leaves of some type of noodle dish hamburger and fries will look like to be grilled vegetables. I think if it was me making it, especially with a surprise like last minute situation. Probably the chicken rice. All right, which one of these dog owes would you and your significant other adopt. Okay. You. Can't all of them all of them. There is a. All content is dead and BuzzFeed has killed it. That's not good content for radio. There's there is a happy looking dog his tongue hanging out with his head cocked cute. There is a concerned looking dog looking off in the distance like with a mouth grimness all of that one. There is a Brown dog. Go looking off to the side. Like, you're holding treat. Ooh, there's a black dog. Oh who looks like he sees like an enemy in the distance. Ooh, there's a little adult challenged and a little sinned sitting like the fix little pug. Oh, looking like, why would you ever hurt me? Which one of the dog goes. Pick one. Okay. Okay. Twenty more about the one who looks like he's looking at a treat or he's kinda like wait tell me about what kinds of what color is always like a chocolate dog. You don't forget, you don't know dog breeds flicker dog. Oh. Lists our dog girl. Listen up on oh, Henry has told me multiple times amount of the door. -able little what he calls. Beagle. Viggo puppy of Mon a yono too low in the -partment below us and runs free in the yard. That is fit a Scottish terrier. He said multiple times of Boston terrier lay. He said beagle. Can't wait to meet him. So Biddle we were locking down the street a different time. I pointed out a beagle. Or was it like is that going to be end? So he's like no that what ends up looks like. And I said, well, that's a beagle. And he's at oh, not a beagle. And then he said Scottish terrier, very you listeners. But those two dogs do not look anything alive. So therefore, I cannot trust Henry when he describes these dog pictures are would strugging. One. I want the happy one with his tongue out new. Okay. Which of these things is your mutual vice as a couple social media. Nope. Sex sweets shopping booze or we okay? Not that one. Not shopping. You hit shopping the worst. Why is Netflix movies not on here? Would I can't answer it for you? Just reaching but quiz. Go out we'd like to have Mugabe, two drinks, which of these animals is basically your ex-. This is getting under territory who knows are at Coon stealing. Some trash a clown fish a Cobra a mourning dove a rat or a goat. I would say the clown fish. I only got five years really five years. Milia five is weddings, only lasts five years based on science. Quebec picketed dog. Oh, maybe that'll change. It all of the dogs. Then we break the test. Let me see him. Oh, totally done that other dog off. I'd seen to to Ono made the difference. Guessing pick a different dog. Oh, five years. All we got all we have is five years. That's sad. It said man what a good run though. It's so sad. They made a musical about it boss five years yet. Jason Robert is that the one that starts the beginning in the end of relationship and go. Yep. You're crossover memento. Yes. I think you'd enjoy this film. But you don't believe mean you ever watch it, you know, Anna, Kendrick you like Anna Kendra, actually don't. Oh. I just know. She's in pitch perfect. Oh, that's all. I know. That's why you knew she looks like a mouse. She's mice on unbe talking about a personality and saying hurt the animal, but she reminds me of is a mouse. Okay. Sure. You're so disappointed of Miami. I want I liked that film. I would watch Lee gin. Oh, well, hoping to wash it with you. We can watch together. Kendrick off and Jeremy Jordan, I think is not a real person. He is a Broadway star on your germy layers played scar. Okay. No. He's not gonna think of no the German Renner. He plays a hawk man. Sure talk men Hochman from avenge in. He is also very good at tag of what you're doing L tag. That was a good movie that was filmed that let us that's what we did. Watch miss Nur's won't result. Oskar the film tag with. Ridder Jeremy matter. Mick Mick Jones, Mick McMahon. That's not his name from new girl from new girl named John j-o-h-n, Jake, John, Jay. Jake Johnson also ensuring Jon Hamm and edit Helms head will Bris also. Yes. Himbal Grice and Ella. Fisher from conditions of shopaholic and from that one season of development throwing it back. Yes. Yes. Also five yet. Oh, speaking of which the second half of season five for his early development is dropping March fifteenth. Oh what? Anyway, I forgot that. There was only half. I forgot what season five is about. There's a campaign. But that's it. The remember what did we not what we did watch that? Shouldn't have. Anyway, that's about it for the suit. I have more content. We were gonna pull apart area Grundy's, greatest states. I'll which one thank you next. I think thank you next is a great song. I think it's a great song. But I think there's conflicting messages in it who we don't have time to talk about it. Oh, sorry area. The guerande. You got pushed for time. Maybe next time. We'll get to thank you area. Guerande? That was funny. Also seven rings is trash. I don't disagree with you. Sure. You like my hair g thanks just bought it. Anyway, so lyric from the song seven rings. I believe you did not ever listen to it on the radio. What did you not? He. Get out of here you bring a psych segment. I have brought it you brought the entire show. Look, you special things goes after this episode Jamie look for basically, providing all the content truly stepped up this week. I had contact prepared. But we blew through it and like five minutes because that's what we always do Mike onset. Basically. I'm just here to introduce the show. Give insight into what other people are talking about usually John and then closed the show. That's all I do talk show. Yanko still good at ultra your dream. I dream is this the talk to famous people and ask them my dumb questions about millions and having kids weird. Okay. I'm gonna ask you not to make again. No. Anyway, suffer the social media plug, so. Would you want to do them? No. Why not there's it's very would not be good, Jamie. Would you call yourself an avid listener of this podcast. You listen every episode do I? All right. Okay. If you want I will I will give it my best your spigham or jump in. And you okay. Sounds good safety, you know, safety net. I appreciate that husband to be well listeners if you enjoyed this episode of zero credits podcast than make sure to listen to our backlog. It is on Spotify. It is on apple music slash tunes. In while. 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Will the MCU Struggle After Avengers: Endgame if Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans Leave? - Mailbag
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Welcome to another episode of collider mailbag. I'm John Rocca filling in for Perry who is out there, celebrating her non as ninetieth birthday party. She party she asked me to sit in for this weekend. And I'm glad to do so going to answer some questions, but you know, I can't do it alone. Wanna welcome denizens the show today. How are you good enjoy answering the viewers questioned? Yeah. Oh, it's got some interesting ones. Yeah. There were a lot of good ones this week's. It was a lot of fun to pick them out. A we're always appreciate when you send them we post on Twitter post on Instagram looking for questions. Make sure you include that hashtag collider mailbag win that makes it stand out, and I can take a look at it or Paraga and pick those questions out, and you can also Email us questions if you like at mailbag at collider dot com anytime you want, and we always go through that Email and pick out the ones that really appealed to us. So ready? All right this ship into this one. All right. The first question comes from to us on Instagram from summer of Jack, right? It's our high mail bag. Do you think Disney will make pirates of the Caribbean six without Johnny Depp? I think captain Jack's absence would cast a serious shadow over film released anytime soon and includes three skull-and-crossbone. So what do you think they're Dennis? Yeah. I think there was what rumblings or rumors or something sex talking about proceeding with the parts of the care being franchise without Johnny Depp for various reasons one kind of the controversy surrounding Johnny Depp. And they don't want to Disney's. Yeah. Children's family friendly brand. Right. And so they don't want to and then to profit wise like pirates of the Carribean makes a ton of money, especially internationally, even though domestically. I think it's gone down. It's still does very well internationally if you can somehow out Johnny dam, which admittedly is the main draw for that franchise and people still wanting to go see it, even if you make the same amount of money, you're actually making more profit because joined up is taking a big chunk of that. Good point. Yeah, I'm sure he's making probably twenty million plus some sort of backing on these movies and probably residuals on toys and all kinds of stuff like that. I don't know the exact details. But if you are somehow able to cut him out still do the movie and people are still seeing it because of the franchise then you're making a lot of money. I don't know how it would do in terms of the store. Ori- or the characters and all that stuff. But as far as you know profit it may be doing some good. I find this to be a difficult and interesting question because you look at Johnny Depp. Okay. All this stuff around him on the issues around him. Obviously, you know, stuff that went down between him and amber heard and other things that come out. So you wonder to yourself? Well is he a detriment to the property? Now, you wanna look immediately at the be sequel. He's more predominantly featured keyboard upset online, whatever that he was still a part of the movie the movie kind of tanked to degree. But I think that had more to do with the movie and self than Johnny Depp. Johnny Depp was giving a good performance. It was the movie it self that. Maybe wasn't that great. And if you look at the last movie for the prior to Caribbean. They did try to an essence to a soft reboot with will Turner and Elizabeth Swann's kid being helped by Johnny Depp. And the film wasn't hurt by all that stuff around Johnny made almost eight hundred million dollars worldwide. So you ask yourself do we as knowledgeable insiders? Have an issue with it. Yes. You see that all the time on on social media. But do people who love the franchise care that Johnny Depp has all this stuff around him, and you know, allegations and wanna have or what have you and what he settled on? Do you think they and it seems like it didn't affect him in the in the last parts Caribbean movie? And I wonder if it's an untouchable property in terms of its debt proof even debt being in. It doesn't affect the box office. I think you have to try one more time with depth to see how it does. If it doesn't do. Well, then you've got your answer. And then you on. But the thing he's such conic character built the franchise on Dennis you brought it up. I think it's difficult to find someone else to fill these shoes that'll be just as effective and character as well that we just as effective and unique as a Jack Sparrow because technically remember in the first movie, he was the supporting right that will end of Bloom's character and care nine Levy were the main character, and he was a supporting, but because his characters the one that stood out and broke through. That they're like the shift the focus to him. Right. Right. Made it all about him. And so yeah, I mean, if they do do rebooted, someway, maybe maybe they can get away with you'll be are. Yeah. I agree. I agree. We'll see our what's our next thing. We got from Twitter we have at Rog, rabbit and your rights. Hashtag collider mailbag. Do you think the MC you as a whole will begin to struggle post endgame, if some of the bigger names like Robert Downey junior or Chris Evans aren't in the fold anymore? I love this question. I picked it. Because I run it by you. And I thought this would be great conversation question. I think it all comes down to the story and the actors that they cast in these parts, and I know this seems like basic simple answer. But I say that because the thing Kevin Feige has rarely faltered with the MC you in my opinion. Yeah. Hey, you can argue quality of the films if you want, but the films have done well, and I've enjoyed them quality wise for the most part throughout his run. And he still in charge of this thing in the next phase will beginning possibly fantastic four the X men Adam McKay yesterday the rumors that him and silver serve or their conversations on MTV red carpet that he there's discussions about him directing a silver surfer movie. So all of that seems to expand the brand even more. And I think you look at the reactions to Black Panther were so pas. Tive despite him at home giving a positive if captain marvel knocks out a park, then I think we'll be fine. I think the people who loved the MC you will be fine in it'll keep going making the money that it's making because I think we're all done junior. And Chris you can sense that Robert Downey junior like you since he's getting a little long in the tooth. And I don't think people necessarily going to the movie to see him all as much as going to see everyone together. So I think they'll survive if they can keep going with this quality of movies. What do you while? I love Robert engineer as Tony starting in, man. I like Chris love Chris Evans's as captain America. People have to remember. And this is why I would say, no, I don't think are going to struggle all one you have Kevin Feige still at the helm. That's very important, and they have a plan, and yet the remember these characters are these actors in these character roles Robert Downey junior when he took when he was in iron, man, he was obviously a talented guy. He was Oscar nominated. But he was struggling because you know, it was very risky. Yep. Because of his issues in the past with Detroit. Dick, drugs and alcohol. Chris Evans, people forget people that know who Chris Avin before captain America. I mean, that's why like I think he only made like three hundred K on the in the first movie same with Chris Hemsworth. Like these these actors while they do very very well in these roles, and I love them in the rules. Remember all these character or these actors weren't as big as they were. Because of these things you're talking about even Chris Pratt. It was I think was guardians came out. And then drastic were gardens. I injury. He was Andy Dwyer from from parks, requiem mildly successful some people knew who he was. But he wasn't the major star that he is now. So people forget that that so if you're talking about post post endgame these actors leaving there's plenty of actors still there to take their place in new ones Chadwick bozeman. Yeah. So I yeah. Yeah. Hauling Spiderman, like all these other actors fulfiling these other roles have been supremely successful. So I I'm not worried I don't think they're going to struggle. Plus, the like you mentioned with silver server this injection from FOX of these new characters they get to play around with in the that they didn't before the X men fantastic four silver server like all this stuff. So there's all this new creative possibilities mixed with the existing stars that you have. And then they can bring new ones they keep doing it. Keep doing Paul Ryan man Bennett Cumberbatch is doctor. So I just haven't seen any place where like man, this is, you know, may maybe like, you know. The only thing is like in this isn't a bad actress or anything by any means. But like having Natalie Portman is is the romantic interest. Chris like that didn't work for me. You know, I didn't see that chemistry there. Just a minor bump, but then Ragnar comes along. And you forget even the. Okay. Yeah. Broke up and it was like one live. It was mutual that kind of thing, and you absolutely right. I think that's what marvel does really. Well, is they find these strong actors from other areas of the business or who are not quite super successful other than Scarlett Johansson who was already already game before she took the part of black widow. But everyone else is kind of known for like, oh, like Cumberbatch fantastic and Sherlock, but no one was flocking out to do multi-million dollar films with Cumberbatch is the lead. And Tom, Holland the same thing bozeman the same thing. So that's the smart play that marvel seems to do constantly, you know, and I think that's overall. That's what's going to save them as smart casting, and then constructing the right film. So. Well oil machine. That's the thing is they know. Exactly. Okay. We're gonna do this with this character this with so they have a plan. And so I just don't see that change in Kevin fi decides to Lee or somehow his attention gets shifted. You know? I just don't see them struggling and maybe. We'll be after endgame. You'll be faced four starting. At the earliest of struggles, maybe phase five or six or something. I mean, but I don't see. Yeah. I don't either on the media future. At least we've all been excellent. It's comes from Email, Mr. g JR rights. Hello mailbag. My question is about streaming. I'm obsessed with the various business models for some with the marketing for game of thrones. It got me thinking that the only time I think of each Bill anymore now is for that show. Atrial seems to be in a bad spots. They don't seem to have the capacity generate new content at the same rate as net Blake's, the DC you and upcoming Disney streaming service will DC being DC universe. Do you think they are in trouble have a great weekend? HBO look HBO is my favorite television channel or brain. Okay. Say they've created some of the my favorite series of all time the wire deadwood game thrones mentioned some service, curb your and the law. There's a long list. List of stuff. But at the same time, I would have to say not so much that they're in trouble. But they may have to shift in adapting what they're doing because right now as a value proposition for a consumer you're looking at something like HBO, which fifteen dollars a month. Who could net? Flicks is what ten dollars about ten. Netflix is giving you we can anyone can debate quality, right? But in terms of quantity. There's no content Netflixing every week. There's something new coming out. There's so much stuff in there in terms of there's drama television. There's comedy television. There's reality docu series. There's full feature film documentary feature film movies, which now they're starting to get bigger you saw bird boxes Roma. Like so in terms of quantity. You're getting way more out of Netflix and in. In HBO, still like to me like the gold standard of quality. But I would say more recently. They haven't had the biggest hits the us to. Game of thrones is really the thing. That's why you have. The prequel being made him, obviously, the fans wanted HBO wants it. But it's that's their most profitable thing. Yeah. Probably ever. And they're not letting that thing go. So that's why that pre Kohl's is set to go. They want that prequel to show up like right after game. They're not they're not like, oh, let's wait a few years or whatever they want that prequel to be like, okay. Gimme thrones. And twenty nine thousand nine hundred twenty we we got the prequel series. But yeah, I think I think it's one of those things where they're going to have to adapt. I mean, fifteen dollars a month when you compare it to others, you know, streaming services like Netflix. That's why I do think some of the smaller ones are it's gonna be a lot harder. Right. I like Disney plus is gonna work because they now have FOX Disney has their whole portfolio Star Wars marvel. Disney enemy now they've acquired all FOX's library. Which is the main reason why they bought them. Yeah. Despite people thinking, it's because they want I mean, yes, they won. The X men they want, but that was not the main reason the main reason they want the that library of content and also the the property so they can build more content on the streaming service that will make you pay for. But there's going to be a lot of these smaller ones that may not survive actually, guaranteed survive because even at something lower. Let's say a five dollar six dollars seven dollars. You're going to start to add up, and that's my biggest complaint of while streaming is fantastic. For all the stuff. It's done. I think the whole like. Okay. Well, now, this channel has a streaming service this channel like by that time, you're going to go over your cable price. Yeah. And that's the thing the to watch out for when you have all these dreaming services like at some point if you're paying internet, then you're adding all this other stuff on top. It's almost like ends up to one hundred dollars. That's what you're anyway. So that's what you have to be aware of. And that's why you look at quality of content. You bring up a great point Dennis that down as well. For fifteen dollars for each. HBO you're not getting the amount the quality of content or the amount of content that you get off Netflix for ten dollars. Or if you want go to HD route for twelve dollars a month, and then you throw in Amazon prime which you could buy one hundred and also, you know, get stuff delivered to you get thrown it gets thrown in Amazon prime, and then you look at Hulu who is like seven bucks or like ten if you wanna do it without commercials. So just that alone. That's thirty thirty two thirty three dollars. You can have a crapload content that is new and original and also old movies or current movies that have just come out on video that you can watch just watch you never really hear all through December. And then I just watch the looming tower on Hulu which had been there. And then I binged Barry on HBO to their their HBO has a couple of titles or three times. But I don't anybody who's watching divorce or who was like these other titles that propped them up or keep doing content for. But I don't think the numbers match what Netflix Amazon prime Hulu doing. With their series. And I think that's where it starts to become an issue and you'll get on prime. They're making these moves now to go toward creating content. That's more Oscar or more out of the more pop culture based and Lord of they're doing the Lord of the rings. Exactly. It's going to get more is more views that kind of thing so HBO I think has a bit of an ancient model with fifteen dollars, which you get fifteen dollars. I don't think it's worth it in the end. And I think they are. I think any of these pay channels traditional pay channels are in trouble with their streaming services. If they don't start generating content at the level frequency, and and ability that other streaming services do and I think that's a danger and they're going to have to bring their prices down to compete. Once there must be some magical number that once they dip under they start jogging their prices of the people come forward. Yeah. Yeah. I mean right now. And that's the thing with game of thrones. It's the one thing that that PL will pay for just for one series. But this is a nice kunr example of that. So I'm like I mentioned HBO diehard. Love their stuff. I recently cut the cord in jump from cable to who TV not the ninety nine one forty dollar one that you get a lie. A ton of channels. The most of the ones that I watch. I have yet to add Riyad h H B O. You can you can add on Amazon prime who who or you can get it separately and just go through the bureau, go go. Yeah. HBO now. And so I have yet to resubscribe I'm going to because we have true detective coming which I heard his back to form because I did not like the second season. But I have not resubscribe yet. And I'm just because there isn't anything right now. Because I watched you know, obviously game throws true detective Barrio watch which I like Barry was great curb your enthusiasm. But the curb is it's not every year every other year now. Trying to think of what else Silicon Valley, which also not gonna come out next year. So you're not having that frequency to keep you there. I think before they kind of had that they used to like as soon as one thing ended like game of thrones. And then to be something that just started up. Right. And so then you couldn't unsubscribe or put on it. And so I think that's the trouble. They've run into now is they don't have that kind of Netflix. It's like, it's it's unending, and it's not stopping anytime next there. All right. We've got the fourth is the fourth the fourth one from Email, John lamps rights. Hey, collider crew is funded as it is to make fun of Jeff for being tired of superhero movies. I think his ex exasperation brings up an important topic. Is there downside to film industry dominated or at least heavily influenced by superhero movies purse? My love for superhero movies helped me get more interested in films in general. But I know that's not the case for everyone. Are there any potential negative consequences for the film industry audience tastes film, criticism criticism are due to the heavy focus on superhero movies? Well, if you look at the look the history of film, right? Look studied the history of film from the beginning to now, you see that through periods of time in the history of film certain genre of movies were the most mate, a western as the L A westerns those dominated the forties in the fifties and thirties as well. They were like on the constantly being done and back then directors directing twenty movies year because they were costly is a factory type of situation. So you had all those, and then you had epochs in the fifties in the six, but but there was always stuff that broke through. And I think every year you don't see superhero movies getting nominated for major awards. Why is that it's because they're critics? And film lovers. Still turn to the stand. The what had been what has been the foundation of films? These unique interesting dramas comedies or musicals. Or what have you that that expand the art of cinema? And I think that still there that's going to always be there. Now, you look at superhero movies is it heavily influence yet. It is influencing because things because studios are looking at those as their tent poles to fund other things to make money to fund possible other movie, so in a way, and I don't have the numbers on this. But it's possible that superhero movies are allowing other filmmakers to come in and do and take a chance on certain films because the studio is making money off these movies. So they have the money to take a chance with another film, a new filmmaker film, producer director and have them do their film and see how that plays out. But yeah, you look at this thing. And you know, it's happening. You know, it's being I don't think there's not like ten superhero movies a year. That's where I think the issue would be. But what it is that superhero dominate the media? When a dominates the media. And makes it feel like there's so many more than they actually are. And I think that's where people get a little too caught up about it. And we have those comments from either knock and other people like Jodi foster who complained they can't get their movies done. But it's not true. It's just not true. I'm going to agree and disagree. Same. Yeah, positives. I love superhero movies. I think in general despite. Some knucklehead on Twitter said critics do enjoy for the most. Louise, I do think there's a bias in terms of the ward. Yes in there. They're not gonna put if you look at right now, look at commies aren't getting any love in the orders. Oh, really delegated to this kind of indie style drama that usually gets nominated. And so the positives. Like, you mentioned, okay. Yes, they make a lot of money in that can help fund other stuff. But I would say there is a bit of a negative thing. Going on in terms of the make the most headlines and make the most money, and it can do that. But if you noticed the whole kind of mid budget drama disappear because they can't survive in the movie theaters that has been pushed to streaming service. A lot of television show series are the new like drama television is the new like drama for for. But I'll relate this to kind of more like a tech thing. So apple which is one of the biggest most richest profitable companies in the world recently lost. They lose like fifty percent of their very, but I think it was maybe like ten percent of their value a couple of weeks ago because their projections for for selling their latest iphone, we're off it was much softer. Imagine you have to remember this is the company still making billions of dollars a year, and he'd lost value. Because so the problem with what Apple's doing is they have a lack of diversity in diversification in their product portfolio the rely solely. I mean, they sell like MAC books and pads and they do decently. Well, but really the bulk of their money comes from iphone. So once I phones didn't do as well as they planned. That's when they took a hit, and so I- comparing that to like superhero movies like, okay, right now, we have the her relying on superhero movies to make this money. What happens when? In. I say win a lot of people say if superhero movies, I think will always be around. I do think at some point the trend will trend, you know, where? Okay. Instead of let's say six we'll maybe we'll have two or three years something like that. When that happens, then where where do we where the is going to try and make that roughing, you know, and maybe we'll find another Jonah or something like that. So I think for for now, I think it's just one of those things where okay, I I love the superhero movies, and I think they should be. I think most of them are pretty good. I think in hopefully that continues, but, you know, having some stuff in your back pocket experimenting and trying to other things it's not a bad thing. And I hear what you're saying. You look at the changing landscape of media, and you see actors Julia Roberts doing Amazon series. It's pretty surprising. And you see other actors really feature film actors we're stepping to look into doing some of that kind of stuff to kind of stretch themselves as actors because you're right because that mid mid budget drama is not out there for them to usually do, you know, you wouldn't catch. Julia Roberts right now. Whatever really hard time surviving without being in a superhero movie because like she was used to doing all these other films like Erin, Brockovich and. Pretty Woman and all these other films that really established her, but those films are rarely done now. So you make a great point it has affected the industry. But I also think this is what it wouldn't affect the industry. If there wasn't a market for it. And this is capitalism at its core supply and demand. There is a large demand for superhero movies now. And so they have to supply them suit supplies. They wasn't. They wouldn't be making money. Sure. If you would wanna sound I'm not saying, we don't make them keep making them as long as there's good eventually, transmit change, vir different way. And then you're going to need people will laugh, but some day maybe video game movies will be you know, right now, we don't have any prime examples of this. But guess what comic book good comic book movies back in the day. We're hard hard to find. There was like there's one good one in. There was like five atrocious. One right Donner, and then like almost nine ten years. And then there was Batman. And all that. So. Yeah. Took some time for it to get going to where it is now, and they're also has attracted the best talent. So. Yeah. Now, that's what it is. What keeps it sustaining one? Last question here from Instagram. This is beyond the pictures. Hey, guys, some of the most beautiful and unforgettable shots. What are your favorite film? Shots minds. The inning shot on Indiana Jones, the last crusade and the throne room from last Jedi. What do you think they're it's tough? I mean, there's a lot of beautiful unforgettable shots. And there's some shots that not necessarily are beautiful, but they're unforgettable for different reasons. First thing I thought of was Lawrence of Arabia as a ton of beautiful unforgettable shots. Just name. One is near the beginning. When Lawrence is. With the bedouin guide and the guide is using the well that he's not supposed to be. Lawrence's on the left side, the guide is on the right in the middle for off in the distance in the horizon, you can see Refaeli played by Omar Sharif. Yeah. Like little tiny is why you shoot in in, you know, seventy millimeter you see like this little thing. It looks almost like a Mirage like a set a little insight coming closer and closer that shot is definitely one of my favorite most unforgettable you talk about he mentioned Star Wars like Star Wars like the silhouette shot of Luke Skywalker about to fight Darth Vader on best been with the kind of the staircase with the orange light the smoke rising with kind of the blue light behind that that one's unforgettable as well. And I'll throw in one last one is from this Asan nation Jesse James win Brad Pitt. Jesse James there about the rob the train in. They put like a bunch of. Junker trash on the train tracks the trains coming in. You see the lights in the trees trains, come in the smoke, and you see his silhouette with. That's an that's an unappreciated. Western under a PDF of west. I first time I watched it. I didn't care for because I only got halfway through at one two very tired. It's a very slow moving up very slow moving watch the second time like oh my God. These these performances are that is an all star cast. You're talking about Brad Pitt. You're talking about Casey Affleck, you're talking about Sam Rockwell. You're talking about a Garrett Dylan hunter dill there's Renner. There's so many good actors in that absolutely assessors of Jesse James by the Colorado forty you gotta see this. I will throw in the three hundred seen pushing them on all the soldiers the clip that with the tree on the tree along with all the bodies whose incredible. But then that's seen pushing them off the clip that is incredible cinematography the shot of Neo and more morpheus from afar when they're about to fight in the DOJ. Oh, I think is fantastic. Just for the placement of them. And what it feels like the two thousand one space odyssey. When Dave is walking through this space down to go out the port just the just the way this viral 's are going and then him in the orange dining out, so brightly, of course, the two sons seen in new hope with Luke looking out and see what his future may be. And I would say another western again because I'm on the the outlaw once upon a time in west when after the train leaves, and it's just Charles Bronson on one side of the tracks and at three killers on the other side, and it the way they're placed right? You see Bronson to the right of the screen, but he's not directly to the right? He's at an angle, and then you see these through here. So you were watching it like you're sitting at the train station watching this confrontation about to happen. But you're not directly watching it. So you'll have to look around the killers. Just brilliant the way they place that throughout on screen there. So those are the shots that I thoroughly loved there's about a million other shots. But you know, it's only thirty minutes show, we go through cinema so long and sometimes it's even. Movies either? Maybe like, you don't even love new. They have some unforgettable scene. Yeah. Shots. Absolutely. It's a Mark of great cinematographer in a good director. Thanks everybody for watching collider mail bag for this Saturday. Really? Appreciate you taking the time as always if you wanna send questions to us you can do with the hashtag collider mailbag on Twitter and on Instagram. Sometimes you don't even need the prompt of us asking for them. You can send them. We'll find them. When we go surgery that when you can also Email us at mailbag at collider dot com with your questions, Dan's work, people find you can find me on Twitter, Instagram, dentist dot T, Z G and also on a bunch of shows. I'm on mailbag every other. We do the collider 'em may take down for collider sports collider games as well. 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It's that time every day every on healthy. It's healthy, improve your soul. Adam Corolla, Dr drew Pinski getting it on five days. A week the adamant route show weekdays on girl, the digital and podcast one. All right dealings friend are kalani. He is trying to start a charter school in LA, and I'm very interested in speaking to them we had a big strike they just settled up and they're going back to work couple broad strokes. Thirty three thousand teachers in the union currently on strike are have just summed up their strike finished up to strike. They want wage increases, and they went regulations on charter school growth. But they love those kids. They love those kids. I've this isn't mine, but it summed it up very well. I was in an auditorium without a thousand people and somebody I was standing next said raise your hand, if you've had one great teacher that really made a difference in your throughout your schooling years and almost everyone's hand went up. And then the guy said now keep it up if you've had two good teachers and everyone's hand went down. I thought that's a shitty. Batting average considering I had forty one teachers between the sixth grade and senior in high school or maybe it was seventy two I don't know most of them sucked. So some are heroes, but not all. They want their spending LA USD has a one point eight billion dollar reserve. But they're spending five hundred million more revenues every year. And they think they're going to go broke within two years. So if a million dollars in two years gonna be bankrupts two billion. Yes. LA teachers earn seventy five K year. But with benefits puts them over one hundred K air and teachers can retire at fifty five by the way. With forty being the new twenty and fifty being the new fourteen or whatever the fuck where at. As a guy who's gonna turn fifty five in four and a half months you retire. It seems unthinkable to not only to retire. But to have to retire now if you're returning punts in the arena league. Yeah. Maybe hang up the cleats, and if maybe if your lung lumberjack, you move into the main cabin and let someone else out there handle the chainsaw. But why everytime we talked to a cop or firemen or a teacher? Fifty five is insanely young to retire, especially with full benefits and full pay and full everything. Why is it exceedingly low teachers of all people it's opposed to be the wise guy with the greybeard from the mountain in there. And he's done that he's seen it all now he's going to impart wisdom to the why you getting out at fifty five stick around mentor. Somebody you literally could. Add look, it should be seventy five shouldn't be sixty five. It should be seventy. If your thing is to sit in part wisdom about the civil war to group a thirteen year olds why the fuck is fifty five the time to leave. How about this five years? Pastor death just to make sure that's right to make sure I'm just saying where where in the private sector. Do we have such a luxury of quitting our jobs are leaving at fifty five and getting full freight? Anyway, the spending just keeps increasing and the in the test scores just keep going down. And they don't have to pay for insurance retire either until Medicare kicks in. All right. So let me. So at everyone got three percent raise Dar's on line. Three three percent of kids that can do I guess arts under two now DARA. Yes. How are you? Good to speak. The thanks for coming on. Yeah. I think in preferred vitamin how was dealing whole six and a half years ago. Oh, my God like the Tasmanian devil when he's in his tornado. Phase. That's that would be him. Oh, well, she had a work mode. Tasmanian devil. So. Devil. You wanna start a charter school in sill Marceau Mars of very tough, highly Hispanic and probably underperforming district out here in the San Fernando Valley. Why did you pick sill mar? I will our family kind of I'm from Iranian descent, and we know we migrated here after the holy Ronnie revolution, and the San Fernando Valley was where who area that gave our family the opportunity to put bread on our own table. And I feel so lucky and fortunate to be able to live in a great place like this, but I wanna give back to San Fernando Valley and the west side of the photo five is pretty good pretty wealthy, but the east side lacking had gang banging back in the day. So I want to try to help the place needs the most help. So what is the general broad strokes of charter school for somebody? Who was just listening saying I have no idea what you're proposing. What's the general proposal? Right. So charter school is the difference. Charter the public is that they the similarities they both get funding per student in LA. I believe get about five six thousand dollars per student, which is like bottom ten of all the states in the whole country. And but the difference is charters can be a privately run. So there's no standards. There's no mandatory ways of teaching. They all teach the same stuff. I pick. Right. You have to learn about the mission and all that history public school. They try to mandate it to be the same everywhere. You're talking about California missions, right? Yes. Exactly. Just for people in jersey. Listen, I got right, right. Yeah. Check the Tom since. Yeah. So mandatory like, California stuff. Right. Exactly. Right. So you get the money and you get in the money follows the kid around. So wherever the kid goes the money goes. So you're you're basically saying with the money the kids are currently getting weak. And do we believe we can do a better job at educating them? Exactly. And do you have statistics from the sill mar school district are how they're doing? On me. I do not I know generally their test scores are lower compared to the magnet schools and charter schools of pal type, for example. What would somebody say who is against this? What would be a good argument for somebody was against charter schools. What would they say five interviewing them, right? General critique of charter school is that because funding per student. They're usually taking those students and the money away from the public schools, and generally the kids leave charter schools are usually the ones that are. And it's it's funny generally had the parents that actually do most fundraising as well. So not only are the the higher kind of AB type students leaving the public schools. But also, the parents that do a lot of that parent fundraising this a cell som-. So parents that are more into education. They're more motivated. And right. You see these parents in these horrible districts, oftentimes African American and they're signing up and sitting an auditorium praying hoping hope that they get pulled out of a lottery. So the kids can fix their crying and trying to push their kids over the fence. Like, it's the last helicopter out of Saigon that would suggest to me that they think this system may work a little better. But so if you're the school district, you're going not only are we losing a percentage of our population. But we're losing some of the earners. And so they're they are that still. Not really an argument against it. That's just why don't want to leave one side more. I a question about this. And I don't know if it's about accreditation or whatever, but like say magnet schools and public schools are accountable to the state because they're getting state funding who are charter schools, and I imagine in that case religious schools, but who are school sort of accountable to we'll actually the interesting part of the people think that charter schools don't have a lot of review board or a lot of government institutions checking up on them. But especially in California, they get checked up on more. They have more government audit than the public. Well, it sounds like my California interesting. So where what state or what big city is doing the most with charter, and how much excess are they having and give us an idea of couples success stories that we might be able to sort of mimic here in Los Angeles. Well, I think in general the most successful charter schools, come from California and New York, I don't know a lot about this. Specifically, I've only had a little bit about it. Kathleen, New York, one of the most famous charter schools, MS of something called high tech by San Diego, and they started small, but now they're essentially like five different schools kind of congregates one bigger school. And they do a lot of product design learning project learning, and you know, they get help from idea to help them with their curriculum. So they're like the the what the paragon example, ideal example, that a lot of international education, look to of how to create a high quality public school. When you find out that the teachers are striking and the union striking and union is against charter schools. The set just feel like they're guest. Competition to you. That's so complicated. Sometimes it does other times I do feel their pain because these teachers are working sixty eighty hour weeks. They have about thirty five to forty five kids in the classroom. There's no, nurses. There's no there's guidance counselors like seven hundred to nine hundred students per one guidance cows and flare so I definitely see, you know, why they're having such issues. Ing successful that the issue is, you know, actually, even talked to a guy who started a charter school in the LA area charter schools who designed as a way for us to try new things and to be able to try new things outside of the unified school district and see if they were and if they work we'll bring them back into the unified school district the issue with reality is because they're such a fight between union charter USD schools refuse. To take anything in general Bill want to take any lessons or lessons learned from the charter schools because she enemy not as people trying to help while it's been a while, and I was LA unified guy. But when I was going to school in the eighties early eighties late seventies early eighties. It seemed insanely antiquated. Then like we were looking at textbooks from the fifties. We were just in cooking class going class this ban. Racers I got chock long from Boston out of banging this racers together. Like we were talking about stuff that had no currency in today's world. We didn't focus on any sort of economic stuff or any kind of bouncing checkbook or any sort of life skills or even geography it the whole thing seemed like a big waste of time. And then there was a lot of like everyone put your head down on your desk. And let's just right out. The last twenty minutes. It's. Weird too stupid stuff like that like complete and utter waste of time to hoops that everything from the physical building to what the lesson wasn't all seemed like some vestige of the past that wasn't really going to have any real application in the real world, and it proved to be true for me. I imagine that still going on. I love the idea of the schools that look I saw the movie fame. So I have a pretty good idea of how the schools were documentary dad poll up in a cab putting a speaker on the room breaking out of dance. Yeah. I I like anything that that creates a little competition. And I like anything that feels like, oh, we're now getting kids prep for this world and this economy versus the one we all learn about or didn't learn about when we're in school. So you're about three years off, are you? Yes. I am. Yeah. Yeah. And d- do you physically have to find a piece of land and start physically constructing a school about? So there's actually and especially in how lay there's a lot of old schools at finally even being used anymore because that shut down so you can possibly take over a pre existing just building. Why Schnell moving? How he bought a school? Okay. Yeah. We're going to go Hobo. Teachers to live. Yeah. I think the hardy will play you. Yes. It's awesome. A one last one. If you do get the school off the ground. I can go over there and for the ceremonial sort of shoveled turn of the dirt. But I'm also pretty handy, and I wouldn't mind volunteering put putting together some benches and things of that nature. But would ask that you name the school after me? Cesar Chavez and Martin Luther King. We've all been there done that all the Lincolns and the Washington's and all that kind of stuff then. Plus, there's the really got two choices in naming the school. You got the old school guys? And we're going to dig up some stuff about them having sex with slaves, and it's going to be a lot of commun- versity down or you can just do the Dr Martin Luther King. Yeah. Freed the slaves. Yeah. That's that that you don't want that. That's one of the things like when you name your daughter, and you give her some cool name like ama-, and then she's nine and realize there's eleven other Amazon her class, and you go damn it. I wish I'd name my school Adam Corolla, I was able to. That's right. So again, we have some years to work this out, but expect a phone call off the air. Absolutely. If you if you come through, and if you come puffy the kids about the industry's he'd been in what it takes being those industries. I would gladly name enough. Well, charter schools charter football coach. Erin. Take any helmets. Not a chair helmets, anyway gentlemen, and I use that term loosely girls on the team. That's right. All right. And by the way, she'll mar probably guys out there in swing a hammer and mix up a little stucco. So we can definitely talk construction. Thank you Darah. Thank you. Appreciate it. See I told you one day dealing with pay dividends. And everyone laughed. They all laughed at me. But here we often laugh laugh some more. All right. Let's see let me tell you about simply safe. Oh, man. You going to start a school you need security. Well, it's not a great neighborhood over there. I got to protect your this text books almost that half of us. Make New Year's resolutions, get healthier save money. Get organized by blah. All sounds great. 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So some big news from this week shooter at a Florida Bank was in court Thursday for his arraignment as investigators search for clues why he killed five people at a Bank in c-, bring Florida. He's twenty one not saying his name. He they're trying to figure out why he went into a SunTrust Bank opened fire killed five women for the victims were Bank, employees one was a customer after it happened. He called nine one one and said he shot five people thorny say he moved from Indiana to Florida and the fall was training to be an officer. With the Florida Department of corrections. He quit the training program earlier this month. I guess they just got a hold of. On again off again girlfriend who said he always used to say how much hated people and how everyone sucks and how much he hates him. But I don't know. I didn't think twice when he bought a gun is she go. He didn't even rob the Bank. No just went to a Bank. Yes. And started shooting five people so sad. I heard about it vaguely like read it on a crawl on TV to sports bar something like that idea that five bodies doesn't really cut it anymore. It's sort of sort of crazy. But I knew the story at all if non point you gotta get to double digits before you make the news. And if something else kids in there some going on. Yeah. You ain't making the cut anymore. Five souls. Not not not enough not enough to make the cut for the news story anymore. Sad. Well, we talked a little bit about Jamie Kloss, the thirteen year old girl that was held captive for eight days by another twenty one year old, dude. But a little bit of good news, Hormel foods, were they were donate. A twenty five thousand dollar reward to anyone who rescued her. And now, Jamie class is getting the money because she rescued herself. So Jamie, escaped captivity. Jamie calls politics close. Less close loss. Now. Right. She is star. Who knows that people may pronounce different ways that guy who objected her raped her and killed her that, by the way that guy I hope he was put to death of California. So I don't know worst person in the world Davis. I think yeah. Sure, he's the worst guy in the world because he was like sitting in the trial with the dead and the thing, and she was like, hey, she wanted it like like, I mean, he was like though, if he didn't think it could get worse. It's just get worse in my opening about the death penalty is can't we kill these guys. Black team goes into liquor store at night got the elderly woman from across the street can't really idea but think she has don't kill that guy. Kill this guy. Clearly, he's very guilty. We get time. Who who we kill? Let's just kill guys like this. And you know, we'll see we trickle down. But let's just start with these guys. And by the way, I think the the difference on her name is it's spelled K L A S. So yeah, I think it just depends on how you pronounce it. But she was what seventy miles from her home, Hormel foods is the parent company of Jennie O. And that's where her parents worked James Denise clause. This guy. Jake Paterson was twenty one of Turkey, burgers, you're gonna right is accused of fatally shooting her parents and kidnapping her. So they're trying to put the money in a trust for her. But yes, she saved herself. So she should get the reward. She she somehow scape. The house and flags somebody down the street in the freezing cold with almost nothing on. Yeah. Whenever you flagged down a motorist. You're always wearing almost nothing that much. I know distress call unless it's the summer, and then you're wearing muck locks. Yeah. Know. Whatever it is the wrong tire for whatever's going on, right? This guy like new them like wanted to marry the daughter razors own from what I've read so far. There is no connection between him and this family. I've read that he literally pointed her out, I know Lynn, it's gonna love this pointed her out at a bus, stop and just said her. So I don't know that there's any connection between this dude and the family. Okay. Remember about it happened anywhere. The fucking piece of shit vermin who killed Pollick loss and ninety six. Sentenced to death, but still around. Probably fucking probably playing dominoes with some folks, here's California thinki- is or that was in. Throw for inmates that don't ever get electrocuted or ever get actually put to death in California's is a huge step up from general population from what I understand. I'm sure than they do this shit all the time or they're like, well, you know, cost more it costs more because there's a bunch of legal shit that we should get a fuck away from gonna fucking firing squad and kill him. It's weird. Like the most ethical. I agree. I we need to get over ourselves which is like well, but there's pain and their suffering, and there's whatever with the lethal injections, and it's like well. Okay. But let's first things first we have decided to kill somebody. We've signed off on killing a human thing. Right. That's our getting into this other part where we want to know if there's going to be this comfort involved and discover their victims felt I'm sure they have certain sense of discomfort being raped in the woods. Secondly, I don't know we do with our pets put them out of there, whatever because it's humane feel like we could work it out. With the patch? We could work it out with the pet. If files. And. Or we just go firing squad and you go, but what do you mean? Wo- people did shot all the time is pretty fucking effective is pretty fucking facet a lot of pain. And most Maine. Yes, that's right now, my idea of putting them on that gurney that goes back and forth and back and forth back when they spring up a giant rabbit pops up, and then when pops down that gonna take a while to implement and that does have some money Barker. Right up. Right. Well, TMZ posted the medical marijuana ad that the Super Bowl did this. That was pretty great thing. I bet she does. I thought about her the ad. It's produced by acreage holdings. It's a marijuana cannabis investment firm, and they're willing to pay five million. But CBS turned it down and TMZ says it's because they don't do marijuana ads on the air. The point of the ad is pulling while here's five ads. Ran Heuser boiling. Thank you to push for legalization on federal like pod down with the cause. But let's stop throwing my precious booze under the boss all the time. Vexing, you know, people are going to go. Yeah. Why are there prince commercials? They're not gonna go the other way. Shop number you having to have produced prove that the beer was medicinal before anyone could sign off on it. This is a complete like this is a completely medicinal ad that shows how it's affected people in very real. They produced the spot, and I guess you have to produce an advanced because it has to be. Review approved. Yeah. So I think it's like thirty seconds. So this is what will not be airing during the Super Bowl. Asta would have dozens to hundreds of seizures every single day. None of the prescriptions would work one pill almost killed our son. I've had three back surgeries. And I was on opioids for fifteen years. Who's a very dark Mary depressive time in my life. After my injury. I felt like I couldn't live with the pace that I couldn't it with this treatment, long-term, arrogance and military. Live like them any more medical cannabis saved. Austen's life cannabis is giving me my life back their families and other states having to watch their children die on a see my brothers and sisters Feis so much for this country have access to these fish treatment possible. This really is an injustice, it's not fair. It's krill. The time is now it says sixty oh, you're right. Sixty Mike west. One eighty five if we follow the money cores Anheuser-Busch are they the ones really putting pressure on the NFL to keep this out. I don't know. I will keep this out for other reasons. I don't like it's like do. They know it's Christmas time at all. Like, I'm here to fuck and get loaded and watch models Ichi toes in Wandera Matt's. I'm not out with you tinkling the fucking ivories and tell me about your kid spastic. I don't need that understands. What is he features? All right. I don't I get it. I feel bad but settle this during a fuck and soccer game. But with all the bummer crowd over there. Enjoy myself, so many eyes are going to be on this this could put legal marijuana over there. It is I want to see. I wanna see clydesdales in pick up football games. You can feel goals thirty I'll take all even take the funky monkey baby. Donkey the fucking mountain dew thing baby. I'll take that. Dot keet. I'll take the funky monkey donkey. I want that I want I want, you know, Jay Leno like United with Letterman. You know, that kind of weird the weird thing, you know, the one from few years back with Oprah David Duke that was good one. I remember that one I was pretty lit by the time that one came on. But I do clear or something like that. Anyway, unicorn walk into unicorn I like all that I like the celebrity cameos I like the snack food like the beer. I like the good time. I like the models. I like Cindy Crawford by the Pepsi machine out there and everything's dukes. Cowboy boots? You know what? I mean. That's what I'm looking for. I don't want any bummed out founding petting got cancer and back surgeries Darcom percent. I don't need all that shit. You're gonna see a lot of causes here. Oh, no. It's there's been some pretty depressing Clydesdale commercials from what I remember, our heart wrenching, you have at least those are majestic. Yeah. Not looking for the heartstrings being tugged or plucked on lint Goodall. I want models booze and snacks, and you will have them show. Okay. Well, I don't mean to bum you out again with a one two punch, but online reports that on Wednesday night weezer quietly dropped a surprise album of covers the alternative rock and pop bands records called the -til album. It includes the cover of Africa that that got played a lot which they also released after a fan campaign, basically came to life among some of the other covers an unnecessary, Billie. Jean? There's black Savvas paranoid. Now, you tell me if this needed to be done, this is the Billie Jean one their stand by me. There's sweet dreams. Everybody wants to rule the world. Take on me. Take on me. Interested that leave part of all time paranoid is a great rock song. I'm not a Ozzy Osbourne does the work. That's the same thing. It's not reimagined. That's this is the karaoke version in Koreatown Queen from the movie scene, a less. Good version. It's not reimagined. Anyway, do you wanna hear take on me the obvious? I do because that's a good drunken song for me this instrumental goes on forever at the beginning. Self-indulgent is that thirty seconds. What you said about the spot. You're right. This could be longer. It's that bad. The world knew this. Now, I'll tell you what this is exactly what this is told you guys about the car wash version of song where they're like sung by one of the original spinners or done by the ritual spinners, but the can't clear the masters, so they do actually have a singer. But it sounds off to their song. No. I know. But it has in your brain the way, your brain registers gas station is this is a lesser version of what I wanted. It sounds very familiar, but it starts to creep in it starts creep in sort of immediately. It's sort of like eating Turkey jerky. Like like this Turkey this jerky drive. That's wrong with any you look down out. Fuck. August bought Turkey jerky have sweet dreams. Like, you don't need the original. I don't know why we needed the cover. No. We did not nobody ever needed that. The original. We'll try to find it. So that's happening. Congratulations. Everybody. Whatever you. It was going to have you played a little sweet dreams. But I don't know if I wanna torture them. There's one on here that is everything's very down the middle. It's a lot of Africa. It's a lot of take on me. It's all the songs that don't need to be covered by weezer, but do cover of snow scrubs kind of off the radar, and it's an interesting reimagining. This is the one everyone's talking about his the TLC song. And everyone loves that. We think is the only one that's deviates from you know, a little bit. Don't go pissing up waterfall. Like their spouse. That I can't believe they got the right to do. I can't believe anyone from jefflin's camps. Like, yeah. You guys go ahead and ruin that. I. One of the TLC's. Or is it a salt and pepper that set entree rise left out? I just had this conversation identity other night. I completely forgive her for that. She died. I know, but I forgave her even before she passed on because he had Andrei bad moon, rising Atlanta. I guess she seen on our. He was cheating on her some version of that. And. Yes. He he went on a little technical problem. But anyway, she said pissed at you. And I shall take all your clothing, and I show burn them in the bat up. Go full waiting exile. Okay. All right three. She's young. He thought cheating and has gone Lazar Mani shoots and she's going to burn them in the top. But the tub was made of fiberglass now most tubs cast iron pretty good for burnin stuff, but not not the plastic resin variety. And so the tub started melting, and if you take something like five or glassy and resume and you catch on fire. Not only does it not burn it burns. Our outer source nearby. Yeah. So that's what caused the mansion the catch on fire. But. Burn it. Daisy. Right. Okay. Well, Jimmy Kimmel went on watch. What happens live with Andy Cohen this week and revealed the guest that he couldn't have on. Because her requests were too insane. Oh, this is great and morose. No, no. I'm gonna tell you who it is. Because it's a little hard to hear as housewife. No. It's it's something you're going to of course, he was asked a question. No this. She comes up worse. Yes. If you're somebody like somebody explains something super super Dushi in Aragon and everything else. And everyone goes Bryan Bryan wasn't fries. Like what's worse being the person or everyone bringing your name up? I just looked at my left. But what I'm saying is, bad example. It would actually be better from riot Kerry. It was where I carry said of two guys randomly just going. Mariah Carey that means the words out damning, right? Well, he was asked the question about having to. Accommodate guests by switching seats with them. And reveal that that happened with one potential guest, and that guest was I'd heard about this one. I can't remember fabs Barbra Streisand. And it's only because you can't really hear him say it. But this is a great thing. She has a bad side. He has. She thinks. The comment section which I usually don't read said she's sitting on our best side, which was money. All right. Here's a clip, but guess wants you to swap around your set. So the cameras got their best side. Do you refuse switched seats for Mariah? Carey four time. I've had a guest that that I said, no real. Yeah. Because. You didn't do it. And then come on the show know how it was the condition and the condition was we couldn't talk about the fact that we switched around. I was like I just don't see that. Yeah. Wow. He's to the entire set around that you'd never refer to it. That was hard. Of it's going to be tough for her. 'cause every the ninth late night show is set up that way, part of she's gotta go to stray Leah served it number one number two. Part of the ego maniacal insanity. And I've had these conversations with people. I was like. Yeah. But then what do we say to the audience? What do you mean? Nothing just keep moving. And you're like no now, it's gonna seem so weird and jarring if this person's gone this person's here, we don't acknowledge, blah, blah echo why which is part of being a sociopath narcissist. You don't understand why things like people would notice, but it's more like, well, what are the naves need to be exploited? We explained shifted a little people the great unwashed fucking doer show. There'd be happy to have it. It is funny that Kerry's name did come up. Well, didn't tell me Mottola tell her at one point that she had a bad side. Which is why she puts her hair all up in her face on one side. So I think she has a complex about that does Jackson her. Yeah. And Barbra Streisand has you know, they said, she'll call rest someone will call restaurants on her behalf to change the lighting before she gets there. There was that whole Broadway. One man show called buyer. Seller, which was about the mall that she has in her basement a working mall that somebody worked in in her cellar buyer seller. Be a gig to work at like the snoopys cookies or something wet or thinking orange Julius down there. And you just standing there leaning against the plunger where where you make the lemonade. It's been seven months there you fucking sitting there like the may tag repairman lean against that thing. You're gonna stick it to a half to where that comes by you sorry. You know, the rules right at some point like the elevator doors open you perk up but the janitor walking by cash shit you sit back down again. I would like to get a gig at that mall. Yeah. It's not definitely not for the public as you. As you mentioned. I think she just goes down there and likes to shop in her little stores. Wow. And James Brolin, James Brolin, who's married to her. It least seems like the most regular of regular guys. He was sort of your Bryan Cranston before Bryan Cranston dude with a beard looks good. And josh. This son is very him very him. But I'm sure James Brolin. I mean, he didn't grow up in Malibu, you know, regular dude. Play like regular him in roles that like Bob uric are Lee majors would have played in and stuff. What how he what's he do? Just walk around with a wooden spoon in his mouth the entire time because he can't comment on anything because guy like that would be like Jesus Christ. Now, you can't fuck and tell the hostess switch anyone in the world accepts dries in. Right. So as a husband James Rollins come into studio in a couple of weeks confirmed. If only answered questions, Brian it's going to be where you are. Oh, you're gonna go the other. That's fair the writer Hannibal. All right. Well, I will have questions. I'm sure he'll answer. None of them about Babs. But that's all right 'cause I'm going to talk mostly about. Those amazing dobermans. And maybe kill those there. He was an all those crazy seventies movies of the week. Like, oh, yeah. Hotel promo-. No, no, no. There was Doberman gang. There's those amazing governments where they governments robbed a Bank grain of arou- bang. But though, he run multiple Tober heist movies. Oh, there were multiple Doberman. He was in one called trapped are locked in or something like that he fell asleep in a department store when they would let Joe vermins run wild. And he had to stay one step ahead of them. Car. No, not the car. There's there's there's one work guy with locked in a department store with governments to best part of any locked in a department store movie as at some point toward the end of act to when the guy goes into sporting goods sections Posad era starts grabbing shit put in catcher, knee pads and shin guards and shit like comes out. What far football helmet on catcher's gear got an error. You're thinking of trapped from ninety seventy three straight to TV movie slug line is a man is accidentally locked in a department store overnight and finds himself held at a bay at bay six vicious Doberman guard sweet happen I being held at bay. I don't know. Now. There's just edit bays. For canapes the poster there's no way out. There's no time left and the dogs are trained to kill was Doberman patrol cheeses to raise the Doberman gang. What was James Brolin? Then doing he was in kill those her. That's what I meant. When I said, the car, I think you're feeling with the movie called the car, which is also horror movie, but he wasn't in the Doberman trapped in he isn't he's he is. Trapped. Oh, then we'll talk about that. Yeah. Of course, that's gonna come up. Yeah. There's no also Q and found a bunch of pictures from Barbra Streisand on talks, and she's always on the right side. She's sitting in Fallon's chair felon thing. It's so weird. I don't know. He's in the guest here for people can't see obviously than she is. And and Ellen has been moved as well. I think they shaved it around like a bit just to make it seem maybe a little more show. They probably did. Well, you interview me he's holding all the cards Allen. Wow. God lover gut. Bob Redford over there. Got out got the Oprah to move lady. Oh, man, getting the back of the bus powerful. All right. Let me tell you about truecar what the hell is parole in plug in. Where did Brolin grow up James Rolan find out bed? It was somewhere like quaint. 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Whether they do teach it UCLA it's impossible from Westwood. I got dammit. I went nobody fucking hails from Westwood. Nobody never heard your next book. The Jan Michael Vincent around and went to Malibu. So he's. Fucking shitting on me, you're shitting on this point Westwood to Malibu. I told you it wasn't for Malibu. Plenty what Montana logging family? Are you going to yell at James Brolin, the whole time? He's here. I know nobody is from here. That's shitty point and no actor officially no actors from here. And no actor from the seventies is from here you have to come here to act guys. Born in Westwood. I was born in west hood because. I four in a doctor's office in Westwood. So I guess I was born in Westwood Cristine. Parents and everyone else got wanted. Westwood that's nowhere near where you let a lot of medical. There is a lot of medical stuff, and you breach birth. There's like I was born in the doctor's office in the hospital. So could you give then went up Malibu? We'll get to the bottom of this. When he Hissene me off. Okay. Well, maybe should be hanging. All right. Oh Garriga is here. Yeah. You want to bring them in three min. Let's bring a man eats can come on a lot of a lot of stuff. What what what are? We got. We got Chris Brown and the fire festival. Documentaries to release his one on Hulu at different one on flicks. I've seen it Brian seen Dawson seen it. And there's a garra goes connection between this this lawsuit for fire festival. Here comes Mark derogates those glory. Oh. Everyone loves CARA goes, I I. Oh, I'm gonna get hand my ass handed me right now. I feel like. I've been supplanted by how old is he five or seven three three. I can explain a three year old male has just pushed me to the curve. I my necklaces for three year old boy, but I don't have it on today on her. Yes, you should wear a three foot cry around, but the retina was torn down to hug and thanks the tits acted as an air for everybody. Drilling. I so high say that. I say that. Genus cool from Kansas Kansas somewhere around there. Westwood carry us quick valley. Chris Brown all up in the news. I have never talked to him. I got wakened in the middle of the night. I was getting ready to pick a jury in New York and all hell breaks for Chris. Brown. Tile, exactly whenever you hear from Chris or about Chris. It's always being woken up in the middle of the night. There is something uncanny about the fact that if I'm in Miami for the national trial lawyers have a once a year, and it's not always on the same date. And this year was Martin Luther King weekend prior years. It's been Super Bowl weekend. No matter what day it is when I land. And if I'm there Friday Saturday or Sunday the first day guaranteed three in the morning. It's guaranteed, and it's Chris and he's in custody. It's like it's uncanny. I've never seen like it. I wish I could bet on it. Because then you're on your way. I can't hear raining in here. All right. So he's in France. Yeah. Somebody uses them rape. It doesn't sound like there's much this. Now, there isn't it's reminiscent. Except for the accusation of rape. I remember this happening in the Philippines where they were holding him hostage. I remember Gloria Allred on some case doing a press conference about how I mean, there's always there's always somebody who's targeting. I mean, that's unfortunate for him. I and now the fire festival there's a couple of docs, just dropped there's competing docs, Ben, who you know, from Gaga's and Garriga. Yes. 'cause he provident very high whenever you know, I was going to tell the story for reasonable doubt. But I think I'll tell it to your listeners here. Do you know that Adam had a front row seat on this whole thing we have a we have an episode of reasonable doubt called three fingers in and this is based on about in final three fingers. In is I left the house after having done a political event that Adam was there. I came home at about ten o'clock. And then I Adam in my wife, or in the big room the ballroom, the one that I'm never allowed in and Adam was about three fingers into my scotch and Adams famous retort was better than being three fingers into Poland. And and I could not be drinking because we I said Adam have at it. I've got to go upstairs. I'm editing a complaint to file that I've got a file tonight meaning on that three fingers in that was the fire complaint which had started that day when Adam was because what of Jake's friends nerdy. Well, millennials was vici and moaning about the fact that he had spent thousands of dollars to go down there. And was complaining all of the all logistics, buddies. You know, he's now twenty five hundred twenty six that was the target demo was nerdy will millennials, and so Ben, and I spent the night that evening, we filed it and. It took off. And now, there's competing documentaries. Ben is prominently. Featured in the Hulu one wreck. In fact, there are means now going around about Ben which are a little bit perplexing a little bit funny. If it wasn't criminal and yet is a little bit funny because it is funny. As out of I always said, how you gonna get you know, I can work up about the downtrodden this or the underdog here. But here you've got millennials took a private jet to an island and had cheese sandwiches. Nobody loved this more than people who didn't go. They were eating this up the shot and Foyt of like all these rich millennials have which isn't he's Joe Desa hurricane tense. Ha ha like nobody cared at all. But poor Billy McFarland cared. Because he's doing six years in a federal penitentiary and just how is the is your office. We we dictate class action suit leadership. No, we're there we're we're hopefully going to resolve. They throw it into bankruptcy job rule is trying to get out. Got the everybody fucks, Jerry. The fuck. Jerry media's trying now to donate to the poor woman who got taken for a hundred and thirty grand it's shit show of massive proportions. I've been and it's only been amplified by the documentaries because mind, you Netflix was had scheduled there. And then who lose said boo on you. We're dropping four days early. Have you seen both the Don? I okay, I hate to admit this. I haven't seen either one and it's bad stress. Probably. Pins in it. And I want to see the Hulu one because Benz in it, and he's apparently like the hero. So I wanted I wanna watch them both great. And is when I famously coined the phrase with Mark erica's when they get in and work over in a deposition. They play good cop boring. Ben probably where's the moniker boring Cup. Definitely want him in your doc. Just wanted to talking had other nickname Mr. Wednesday afternoon that Saturday night for a mid week. He's become completely mid week. After speaking of the national trial lawyers last year that was also in Miami Super Bowl weekend. It was in February, and Ben and I were on somewhat of a bender. We had just want a big case we were there. It was February had right before let starts because you know, it's the my for Armenian see Monday before Wednesday. I always give a boost for lent. So good, you know, because you can regenerate. It's it's not just that the only organ that regenerates. So it's a great thing. And then Ben and I had just powered through. And we just did wanna leave Miami. We had moved. We got kicked out of lows fountain. Blue. Finally after about a week and a half. It was it was the night before. And I said, that's it. I know starting I'm gonna jump started on Sunday. He joined me has not had a drink since. Now since he's he's gone that good count boring. Mean inland. Yeah. He's reaching the finish line of the one you're aniversary. Yeah. On the next episode. Well, they say doodles is non alcoholic technically, technically, I've gotten some of the stats chemical breakdown stance reports back, and so there will be a lawsuit against the Bush on a duels company blaming climbing claiming that's why they put the little Astra says less than point. Let's let the jury figure out. It's. All right. Let me tell you about gyco. Everyone's got the to do list. How about she add save hundreds of dollars on your car insurance at Kyko geiko dot com. Spend fifteen minutes could be saving fifteen percent or more on your auto insurance. Take that extra money. Put it in your pocket gets self some o- duels or maybe a little single malt scotch go to Geico dot com. And in fifteen minutes could be saving fifteen percent or more on your auto insurance. Mark Garriga's everybody, you can find him and me together in reasonable doubt. Our? Days and personally. 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Work together, says President Trump would consider signing a short term Bill to reopen the government and have negotiations, but only if includes a down payment on the wall at this. I mean, yeah. But if they come to a reasonable agreement, I would support it. But house speaker Nancy Pelosi dismisses the down payment idea suggesting it's not serious. Florida's top election official less than three weeks on the job abruptly resigns after Tallahassee newspaper obtained pictures of secretary state Michael Ertl in black face dressed as a Hurricane Katrina victim at a two thousand five party. I'm Tim Maguire.