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"jane curtin" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"It's time for the third hour of the program. And if you heard us earlier, by the way, a couple things update somebody, uh Send us a text, Dave. They want me to scream. You're killing me, Smalls, and I think I might go with that. What am I talking about? You can record a scream, and they'll play it in a in a in a remote part of Iceland on a loudspeaker. That's awesome. I'm doing it today after the show, Dave, so expect to hear more about that and I'll go ahead. I know. Yeah. Are you? Are you waiting? Don't have anything. I thought I thought he was right to say something. And then he's just sitting there. I was like, OK, Marcel Marceau, This is radio. You've got to use your big words. There that 30 go. So we I brought out something earlier. And I had an idea. That you know, it would be interesting because news is getting so. Siloed into belief. Structure's You're either left. You're either right now. But wouldn't it be cool if two struggling outlets one from the left from the right just pushed together and made one place where you could go and get all viewpoints because there's no place left like that. Really? And people have sent me some suggestions. Let me get done. Grant going put down up for me. Don has some suggestions they don you're on KO news radio. What's on your mind? Yeah. Thanks for taking my call. Mandy. You know, when you were talking about that segment and made me think back in the seventies they had on 60 minutes they had Ah. Segment called Point counterpoint. And it had the conservative representative was James Patrick. I don't know if you recall back statement on 60 minutes, but I thought it was really well done, and it was. It was balanced and It was Civil unite, and they were able to pull it off. And Erazo. Actually, he passed away in 2010. And there's a really nice obituary written about him in political and it talks about the show. And how they were They go out for drinks. Afterwards You mentioned that on yourself. Um And it was just a different time and they talked about then it was replicated with crossed crossfire and one of the commentators that did that segment. I said that it's not civil, and it is hard to watch. But that article in political really, really informative about him and about the program so I might You might want to check that out. I will check it out. I appreciate that very much. I mean, I agree that we've lost our ability to have civil discourse. And that's a huge problem. Thanks for the call. Don. I appreciate it yet, Dave. Remember the Saturday Night Live takeoff on with Dan Akroyd? Jane Curtin. Jane, you ignorant slut. Yes, Yes, yes, yes, and and part of it is the coarsening of society overall. I truly believe that that is definitely Up a part of it, and then things have just gotten really much nastier. They're just nasty, and it's difficult to have a civil conversation with people because a lot of people cannot Have a discussion where perhaps they're not doing the best job, arguing their point without devolving to name calling and saying nasty things, and that's that's where we are. Now. That's what passes for discourse. And I gotta tell you, I blame cable news for this in a big way. The four heads in a box style of program. I hate it. I mean, I I've been one of the four heads in the box before and I did it a couple times and just said they called me back and I said no. I don't want to do that anymore. I don't like that. There's no money or Go home. Anything is if you did a satire. Of the way it is today, it have to come to blows to make it. More than it is for a satire, but always just in the old days. They just used. You know, Jane, you ignorant slut because no one would do that. So that was the satire But now That's commonplace. You'd have to go much further than that. To make it funny. You'd have to come to blows. I think you just have somebody stand up and shoot the other person. You have to take it to the end. Yeah, you'd have to take it to the very end there. I hear you on that one. But I think you know, I still think it's a good idea. I don't know if it'll ever work what you have to wonder. Why did 60 minutes stop that. You know what? What? What was the decision making process behind stopping a point counterpoint style? Did they get too much hate mail from one side or the other? I'd love to know the answer that question. You know, see, because know why, but it seems like it was a very popular segment. Everyone enjoyed watching it. Well, CBS Sunday morning, You know, that's like my little happy place. Although I will tell you since Jane Polly has taken over, I don't know she has editorial control. It's not the show it used to be. Now I'm trying to give him a chance to get through Corona virus because they're all doing stuff from their home like on their phones, essentially, but they started having political commentary at the end. Of CBS Sunday morning. And, um Oh, no. What's the woman's name? She's an African American woman off. I can't remember her name. She's She's very smart, but she's wrong about everything. And they would show one from a liberal perspective one week and then they would bring on like Ben signed the next week to talk about something different. But if you were on the week with just her, and she said something completely irritating, and it was at the end of the show, I was just mad for the rest of the day. Look, I don't want my politics on CBS Sunday morning, which is crazy because it is a news show. But that's not what it's ever been about. It's been about normal people in society doing normal, interesting things. And and that's why it's always been so good. That's the way it was conceived by Charles Corral when he first began the show many years ago, and it was and then it involved into trolls current corrupt on the road. He would go around the country and interview playing regular people and in their natural environment and put it on this show. That's how it started. But it's it's changed into something else. I will say more. AKA does a phenomenal job on CBS Sunday morning. He's taken over that man on this, you know, average guy interview kind of thing. He does a stellar job. They're great people that work on that show..
"jane curtin" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Farley anything with Chris Farley. Yeah. We talked about the van down by the river out agree and that. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. He was he was great. And of course, the Chippendale sketch with him in him and Patrick Swayze auditioning. All my God. Okay. Okay. That's my favorite and the lunch lady. When when Adam Sandler did the lunch lady song, and he was dressed up as the lunch lady. Remember that? Oh, yeah. Yeah. Laughing because I just got a picture of Chris Farley. He was funny as hell, man. I mean, he was really, and I could watch Tommy boy twenty four seven man if there was a Tommy boy channel, I subscribed to it. It's nearly perfect. Right. And it's ridiculous. It's so funny. I mean, it's ridiculously funny. And it's got so many classic classic moments in it. It's just it's so great. If I had to pick one of my favorite scenes from Tommy boy, it would probably be the one where they get some breakfast. And he's talking about that Mark irks right here not here or here. But right here. That's the big red Mark across that kills me. And then the waitress comes, oh, what happened to you? Vase because I knew it. Yeah. No. I one of my favorites is when you know, they they keep showing them they keep showing them failing as they're trying to make sales people just turning them down. You know, like the montage and then going into offices and people just say, no, no. And then there's the one where he's trying to wear. The guy's got like a little antique a couple of cars on his desk. Right. Right. And he's like he's going brakes went out comes paddy wagon, and he sets the cars on fire. And you know, these guys these guys like collectible cars that are on his on his desk. He set on fire and say, finishes and David Spade is beside himself. Like, I can't believe that he just did this and then he stops. And they're like get out and the guy the boss the they're trying to sell get out. And and so they get to walk out. Chris search. He's got a ticket in his hand. Do you date? That's one of my favorites. Do validate SO many. Larry's if there was one single scene where he's not cracking me. It's just ridiculous. It's ridiculous. You know, a lot of people go to college for eight years. Yeah. They're called doctors. David spade. I mean, can you pick a better the those guys had they had fantastic chemistry? Right. You know what? I mean, they did. And they were like really close friends too. And you could see that I didn't like black sheep. They'll black sheep was terrible. Just a couple of laughs in black sheep which follow up. So. Yeah. But boy, oh, boy, Chris Farley was a funny guy. He was a funny funny guy. So all right. We're talking sketches here. Some of the best sketches now, obviously. You know, we have to talk about the the digital shorts that the lonely island guys brought to the brought to the game any sambergen those guys and lazy Sunday being the big one. Lazy Sunday was the one that was the game changer that was the one with Andy Sandberg, Chris Parnell playing two white guys who are doing sort of gangsta rap about going to see the chronicles of narnia. And it was it was it just was the first it was actually the second. It was the actually the second of the of the video of the. Digital video of the digital shorts. It was the second one. The first one was just called lettuce. And it was a Bill Hader. Andy Sandberg sitting on a porch in New York eating heads of lettuce a hole and talking about their lives. But then the second one lazy Sunday, the chronicles of narnia thing they took off and it became the first real big viral hit and it pretty much put YouTube on the map. And it's to this day considered one of the best digital shorts of all time. And those were always a highlight Andy Sandberg lonely island guys the digital shorts were consistently good. Every week. They were always a sketch highlight every week during that time period when they were out my favorite of all of the the lonely island digital shorts without question is through it on the ground. That's the funniest to me. That's the funniest one adult that that through happy birthday to the ground. I mean, it's just that's that's absolutely my favorite of all the digital shorts. And again, the digital shorts constantly highlight. When Andy Sandberg was on that show, always highlight, very funny stuff. All right. So we want to nine eight one seven two hundred is the number. Here's Peter on WGN. Hi, peter. I do you. Remember the cone ads, of course. Yeah. We're from France. The mass quantities yet. Yup. They were classic. They did that several several times and even made a movie out of it, which was not funny. But. Oh, yeah. Yeah. And it sucked. I didn't know that. Yeah. You you're better off not knowing it because it was terrible. All right. Peter. Thanks, buddy. Yeah. The cone heads they were, you know, some some very classic sketches back in the in the early days with the cone heads great stuff. Here's Dan on WGN. Dan. Hey, how you doing? All right. What's up? Eight before I get to my point to you. Do lovely service announcement in the mornings tell people if they're not asked him to stay out of the left lane. Yeah. That's a common complaint, and I think yeah. But anyway, the was Baluchi when he was gambling Kirk and they can't. Eight just couldn't get over them canceling any thought he was really captain Kirk under show. Yeah. A lot of the older ones. I I don't watch so much a no one's I don't think that plenty. But the older ones would Bill Murray Anak, ROY Belushi. Yeah. I've I've I've been watching it since day one. And and to me, it's it's it's funny now as it ever was because it was never not. It was never perfect. If you go back if you go back to those quote, unquote glory days with Belushi and Bill Murray and Aykroyd Gilda Radner there were as many stinkers on those shows as there are now like they would have there there were nights when they would have terrible sketches, but a lot of people wax poetically where the rose colored glasses and think that everything that they did in those days was funny, which is not the case. Right. But the one guy that called before with a joke. Packer in Volusia classic. Very funny guy. Okay. Dan. Thanks, buddy. Joe cocker that Joe cocker thing is really incredible. Have the the real Joe cocker standing next to John Belushi as he's doing an invitation to Joe cocker? It's both really really funny and also really uncomfortable to watch Bruce left his thoughts here exorcists to the SNL sketch that was with Richard Pryor going back to that episode of Richard Pryor. And. Your mother so socks that smell was one of the lines ler Lorraine Newman played the possessed a girl and the bed is on. My foot. The bed is on my foot that say that episode episode Richard Pryor hosted back then was was classic man. Just classic. There were there were lots of really good sketches, his his opening monologue was brilliant. You know? And of course, we mentioned a little bit earlier. The the incredible word association sketch with him in Chevy Chase, which is considered an absolute classic. Yeah. Here's Brinton Wisconsin on WGN. Hi, brent. Good morning. All right, man core. Anything that was with JT in it. Yeah. No. That was that. That was Janet Jackson. Janet Jackson was the host of during the cork soccer's. Absolutely brilliant. It was hilarious. Absolutely hilarious. And she almost screwed up and send the, you know, the bad word. So that was great. Yeah. Really good stuff. Brian. Thanks, man. Yeah. How about the classic point counterpoint? Jane Curtin, and Dan Aykroyd, Jane Curtin, Dan, ackroyd co co anchored weekend update, they would do point counterpoint. And of course, you know, his counterpoint would be Jane you ignorant slut. And then he would start start off that became you know, that became one of the one of the many many many many catchphrases of of the seventies era of of SNL. All right, everybody, hang on. We've got a couple of lines open. If you want to jump in its three one two nine eight one seven two hundred you got to call in. But I think our texts stuff is still down. Our text are texting is still not working. So you got to call in. If you want to jump in three one two nine eight one seven two.
"jane curtin" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell
"Right. But he I think should probably be up for best supporting actor. They make an amazing team. I was I was thinking of Wayne Newton. Yeah. Wayne, noon. No. He was he's been at a Tom, but he was in Logan recently playing logo. He was in Hudson hawk who's he playing Logan. I think he's the villain and Hudson hawk Logan. He played striker, Dr rice. I don't remember characters from Logan. I'm sorry, but you know, from Hudson hawk or you should everybody loves that film. He was in Garfield a tale of two kitties. Now, there's a classic. But he is great in it. It's it's been around. He's been a character actor for years. I know and love him from with nail. And I which is a very funny comedy British comedy. I played Dr Jack Seward and Bram Stoker's. Dracula LA story always the main doctor in Dracula like r-enfield bites of Iran. Okay. The guy is going to get nominated. He's very good in this. Basically, it's a about a woman who's very lonely lizard, their cat. Very difficult around people not a people person big drunk. Her agent is Jane curtain who looks better than she did on Saturday Night Live forty years ago. She left incredible. Jane Curtin is our agent, and she's like, I can't get you work. You won't play the game. You're you know, you you won't go out and shake hands. You won't be nice. I can't get you work and she starts selling to make money for cat medicine for forger documents like four hundred letters from famous authors. Right. And it's a very interesting story. Really that that aspect of it even though that is the plot was not super interesting to me. It was just kind of watching this really these two very difficult people hang out with one another Richard E grant and Melissa McCarthy. I really enjoyed it. And I will close this out with. Documentary. I watched called the power of grace skull. And this is a documentary that is the complete comprehensive history of he-man covers the toys. It covers the cartoons. It covers Shera. It covers the live action movie starring doffed Lundgren. And Franklin Joa. It covers the reboots. It takes you all the way through he man, all of it. It's made by huge fans of the brand. The interviews are awesome. It's really fun. Getting to hear Franklin jello talk about doing playing skeletal or talking about how it was one of his favorite things. He ever did. Even the movie bombed. If you're a fan in any way, shape or form of humanity. It's very nostalgic. Very fun brings you back very very enjoyable documentary. And it's just the movie or the whole phenomenon. No, no, it's as I said ten seconds ago covers everything from the cartoon to the tool, and he said Franklin jello. I was like, okay. Well, that's part of it. And part when they talk about the movie the interview Franklin jealous. Okay. And then at other parts, they interview other people do they interview. Orca work goes not in it. Apparently got me to know. Yeah. He was going up to the woman who played evil Lyn onset and say you want to see what's really under this little Cape. Yeah. And I believe he asked her to be his or co..
"jane curtin" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Is in this movie. She is her own were worst NBC's a hurtful person to people who want to help her. She is downright nasty. She can't even get a proper cat box with the cash. She loves just kept herds all over the place filthy. She's she's repulsive man in this film. I mean, I'm not I'm trying to be mean. They go. This is our league character. But when I ask you like her. Person that I love that. Loves movie this way. But then it tried to go like, oh, but really they have a soft heart and they right? Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. No. She's so was his it. Now, you wanna talk about the Grinch. She is the Grinch cheeks where that body sheep's. She's proud to be a cat later. Crazy cat lady. And the other thing about this is that. All right. You are don't like the movie intentionally wants to frustrate you with her. She's talented. She's been successful. She can be successful against smart woman. But instead she turns to cheating people. She she doesn't huge lazy cop out that only hurts others, but is hurting herself at the same time. And it just angers you in a way, man, you you you you wanna hurt this person back full while because you because you wanna slap some Simpson. Yes. You don't hate him so much that you want to see them fail. But it is those moments when you when you think, you know, what if you stop doing that? Now, you got a chance to turn things around for yourself. And she does she does let me ask you this. Now, she just assured up asshole or fuck she's both both. She's both. She's a she. She's an asshole who's proud of her fuck ups. You don't give me what I want right now. I'll tell you she's defensive about her fuck ups which makes. Oh, okay. Yes. She folks. And then she's like. And the trail you see, right. You see, right? And you see Jane curtain. They present Jane Curtin as the bitch. Jane curtain is one of the most because they didn't even the movie you feel like, wow, she's cold during curtain is probably the best friend, and she has to get in hug trying to Mozart most patients people hold China here should have. She would she would have security get rid of anybody Allen, she's patient with this woman. And you see that in Jane curtain is very good. This does moves a series of reveals these people are presented one way. And you realize none of these people are as holes these people bitches these people who've just been been hurt by the spiteful this of lia's real. And we'll tell you some that the tension with the with the crime thrill. The crime thriller is there now we're not talking about crime in the sense of like, you know, there's guns and a murder plot of something, you know, this is this is more of a sort of a heavy petty crime that she's doing right here. But the tension is there in the. Is there their first of all because it has good thriller elements going on? And what is not like a heavy kind of thriller movie her brother her, brother way? But sometimes I wanted to. Husband. Yeah. He comes in. He's really good in the man, he has won the moments where it's like things Reagan kind of tents, but he brings in one the most suspenseful moments in the film. Listen, the FBI has been in here to see me. If they asked me to wear a wire. I'm not gonna do that. I'm a good guy. And if they want me to be a witness a lie, but you're gonna pay me five thousand dollars..
"jane curtin" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"I've worked with Dan about three years ago. We were all together back in November at the academy of television, arts and sciences induction into the television academy hall of fame as group, but the best reunion we had and it wasn't. Everybody couldn't be all of us. We all couldn't be there. But when Billy was given the Mark Twain award, we were down in Washington to laud Billy deserves it. And what. They do when you when you go for these awards ceremonies, the night before they've had dinner, and our dinner was in the supreme court building hosted by Sonia, so to my ore, wow, wearing a loveless sparkley top. Pretty, that's it was. It was awesome, and we were being body and rude and loud scream court building. It was just an amazing. You love Billy Murray. I adore Bill, you know what? I adore Billy. I adored Danny door. Garrett. Garrett was so funny at the hall of fame induction ceremony. He just makes me laugh. I love all of those people because we went through World War One. Yeah, you really did. Let's go to JoAnne also from St Louis. Hey, JoAnn, what your question. Andy, how are you tonight? Great. I'm so happy to be with Jane and RV and you. Yeah, go St. Louis love the card. They're out of it. Now, what's your question. No, but Kansas City still live. All right. Well. What's your question. Car. And I was wondering if he was ever mistaken for Harvey Weinstein. Were you ever mistaken for Harvey Weinstein? Really, I was just in DC at the Atlanta festival the you're speaking of the Lanta magazine as big. Yes. And I was interviewed. I mean, it was it was Camilla. Harris was just before me and I was the next guest and I spoke and as I was leaving the stage, the gentleman who who had injury me said everybody. Let's hear for Harvey Weinstein. I just I said, should I let it pass on? So I'm a comedian. So. Back and I said, locked him up being. Being. Let's go to Kim for New Jersey him. What's your question? High handy. I guess my question is do far such icon. I'm wondering what their feelings are on the core dash, Ian. I mean, if you were on us and l. now you would probably be I would probably be playing a big fake but on. Yes, actually about. Oh, he actually, we did. You did. They. The whites just quiz the precursor to the car. Thank you. That was a whole Larry sketch. Apso he'd to, and it was about a family with huge asses. Basically, that was so. On top, but that's still funny. Jane age said, Tina Fey is said she feels indebted to you. Do you feel indebted to anyone who were your role models coming up? I had a lot to, yeah. Yeah. I had all of those. Great. Sidekicks. Yeah. Eve, Arden CARA Williams that nobody remembers. Oh, God, Betty white. All of those women that television before me, that they were the side kick. I wanted to be the sidekick Meli cupcakes wants to know beside yourself, who's your favorite SNL weekend update host. Oh, wow. I can't pick one because they're also different. They are. They're very, they have to be right. Yeah. Let's go to Christine for Miami, Christine. What's your question. If it's on your Arthur for Harvey. Hi, Harvey. I was wondering how was it working with the great Robin Williams on this stuff? Fryer we, I loved Robin, we were we. We had a relationship that we had done some stand up together and then and then he asked, we'd play his brother in MRs Doubtfire and we just we had the best time. We had a relationship that went on from there. Very sweet. All right. Will you guys just have blown me away tonight? What a, what a. Rose can go see toward so on. We're good. Moves in theaters Friday. Brought. It's that I'd everybody. Thanks for listening to the podcast. Everybody hope you enjoyed the show. Remember new episodes. Go live Monday through Friday at four PM eastern time. Make sure you're subscribed to have a great rest of your night..
"jane curtin" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Me, so, but we were saying, we were saying during the break, I was just asking you about the dynamics of l. and you were saying that as the kind of comedy troupe, you all weren't really recognized it was really about making the host look. Yeah, yeah, that's so interesting. And then when you left, I mean as as it went on and on, because in my mind, you're one of the originals in your you guys started it also, I guess in my mind, you're so revered, but you never ultimately felt that way? No, no, no, no, no, no, we were the hired help and you know we were, we were paid. Yes. Great, right. We paid a lot of money, but we were paid and we did our job, but our our perks we're getting to do the show that was the perk, but we were never acknowledged. What. What is your relationship? What has your relationship in with Lorne? Michaels as the years gone by and. Anything well learn. I think it was maybe the third season of the show. Lorne when John was misbehaving terribly, and I had approached Lohan says. You gotta do something right, skies, gonna die. You gotta do something and he's what can I do? What can I do so? Okay, I'm not gonna talk to you anymore. Right? What's the point? There's no point. So I stopped talking to him was was no point in communicating. And so what happened was that if he wanted me to do something, he would tell Gilda and gilded with ask me to do it. And I said, sure. And she would say, and so that was our relationship because we couldn't. There was nothing. There was nothing there. Did you have any interaction at the fortieth? I thanked him. You did? I did because what he did was very generous, you appreciate it was he did, what do you mean us? Right, and it it came about, I think it was Tom Davis's death. I, Tom Davis, Franken Davis Navis l. Franken to wonderful people in and Tom Davis died recently of throat cancer, and we were all at at the. Memorial service and Billy Murray went up to Lauren and said, you know something we're getting when dot getting any younger and maybe it's time you did something for us. And it's the fortieth really was generous enough to do that for us. I appreciate it. Right. And that really meant a lot to you own my MandA. It meant so much. Everybody that was there. Yeah, it was great. It was one of the best night's ever. Right? Right. Were you there? I was at the party. I was at the party ten. It was incredible. And did you stay for a long time? Did I wasn't going to leave. Right. I'm part of it. That's amazing. Harvey Hannah w wants to know if you've heard anything from Disney's since you've been campaigning to play Ursula in the new little mermaid movie. What I did. I did sing Ursula with this conducting me do all you did. I sang it. So an alum mingka's as dear friend. He was at my house today. He's Ernie singing. He loves it and I saw broad Marshall. The other day. Wow. By the way we wanna shout out some voters for people's choice awards. Jonathan Minnesota, Selena, my Meli cupcakes and bitsy mama. Thank you guys for your votes. Bridget from Saint Louis Bridget. What your question. Hey, Andy from Saint Louis scope. Lose my questions for Jane. I love you by the way chain. I was just wondering if you ever kept in contact with any of your former as snow, cast members, who are you still in contact with? Oh God, I still see Billy from time to time..
"jane curtin" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"On the air. Thing is. Tunein. Jane by the way. Did you at that fortieth SNL? I had it was the most cathartic experiences, so, wonderful. I mean, everybody I went to a rehearsal and I was sitting in the bleachers watching people performing waiting for my turn, and people would come up every so often talked to me and I said to Kristen wig came up and we were talking, I said, can you feel something I sit? There's, it's like, it's like carbonated. You know, I'm feeling something and she said, it's all those bad feelings going away. Because nobody leaves that show without feeling taken advantage of, it's just the way it goes hand. You can't escape it and go back years later and do a victory. Lap all. Okay. And and we never got that chance because it was always about it was always about the guest host or the orients. That's great. Yeah, it's time for my day goes to this story that happened a few days ago. It's now gone viral a gay team asked his straight best friend, the captain of the football team to the homecoming dance. It's so sweet. The guy said, yes, and this sort of openness love and inclusiveness in the younger generation makes me think maybe we are not all totally royally one hundred percents. Tonight shackle those two Roseanne who tweeted dead bitches as the Connors premiered without her tweeting from the site of her death. That is as anything I've ever heard. I wanna thank Jane curtain..
"jane curtin" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"He thought guilty was funny, but she really, he didn't classify her as a woman. She was Gilda. Okay. You had a hilarious cameo on broad city last year, how much we'd was getting smoked on that set? Not as much as I would have liked. Thank you. What was your reaction to Chevy Chase recently saying SNL has not been funny since he left the show. You know, I only worked with Chevy for eight months and so I don't know Chevy. Right, but I know that he behaves badly right? And I don't know what's behind it. I don't think it's healthy and I don't think it's true. Okay. Let's go to the phones. Morgan from less for a Morgan. What your question. Hey, it'd be callin. My question is for Jane. Okay. Jane, who is the worst guests during your time at SNL worst guest host God, there were so many. Yes. Oh man. Yeah. I had a hard time with Walter Matthau. Really? Yeah. He came in thinking that it was, hey, let's play. Let's not knowing that this show was it was down to the minute down to the second. Everything had to be precise news, Google play, and it was disrespecting our space. Right? Really pissed me off. Yeah. There were couple of others. There were a couple of others. Do you still watch the show. Clip. I'm in bed at eight. Okay. Let's go to Steve from New Jersey through the question for Harvey, Firestone ace Stevie, what your question. Hey, for my questions for Harvey. On a scale from one to ten, I would rate John Travolta's performance at not and hairspray. I never see. Just cash. The checks. Right. Did you because I was one of the writers on the show, so so I did see a little bit of it on the on the airplane. There's a very famous line about about Carol Channy watching strikes and doing Hello Dolly, the longer. It went the happy as she got. And that's I looked over his was on their playing. Somebody was watching. I looked over and I went. Okay. Did you did you watch because you were so attached to the role in you maybe wanted to play the part in the movie. I didn't watch because it had nothing to do with what are you, right? I never watched made you. I did that hairspray live television. I've never watched that. Right. Let's go. Let's go to Chris. Harvey a lease lease r. n. wants to know of MRs Doubtfire to was really in the works before Robin Williams passed. We talked about, we talked about different things. We over the years. We talked about different things, but I don't know. We talked to that, yeah, good time. Let's go to Christine from New Jersey for Jane curtain, Christine. What your question. Hi, Andy. My question is for Jane. Of course I love Jane on Cape Nellie and Also Saturday live including one of the more conic segments where she and Dan ackroyd went back and forth. Ultimately the famous phrase Jane, you ignorance. Let like question is, do you think in this beach to movement with comedy like that still stand or how it would be? That's my question. I, I don't think that there was anything sexist about that except other than the US ignorant sled. I could've called him creek. It was. I thought that was combative between two peers to people who were equal. So that to me was not discriminatory in any way. So I have no problem. You were so unflappable on update. It was like you took everything that came at you and just never never fault. That was my character. Yeah, that was I, you know, Chevy was it was Chevy update. The news was about him and I had to do something different. So I had to have the news. Be about the news and I thought, okay, if it has to be about the news, I have to protect the news of Benjamin from Memphis for Harvey fire scene, hey, Benjamin, hey, how many do great. So first of all, I wanna say Harvey, your performance at night is the reason why I got to the business in the first place. And my question is what was more difficult to get into drag then hairspray band mccosh..
"jane curtin" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Vote for us. Now, just by. Viars seen maybe behind the Broadway, smash it kinky boots, but is he willing to bet his boots on the taste of a bunch of theater queens? He's never met. Here's what it's time for king k. boots. Harvey, we pulled thirty three gay men on their Broadway preferences. You sing out about which things you think the gay dudes gave a standing two of the thirty three guys. Who did they say is a bigger gay icon, LIZA Minelli Bernadette Peters. Okay, LIZA is across the country. But it was LIZA. Okay. What's the first view. Sir stage prop the fiddle in fiddler on the roof of the helicopter and miss Saigon. I only done fiddler. So fitted the gays, say. Because they. Gays, say, which Dali makes you scream? Hello? Bette midler or Streisand. Oh my God. I mean, so much trouble your your guessing. I'm not asking. What did thirty three gay men say which is gay or kinky boots or Hedwig and the angry inch. Kinky boots they said, can give. Which dance move makes you quiver in your can boots jazz hands or the kick ball change kick ball. They said Jask. Okay. Two more whose knee nude scene gave you a standing. Oh Daniel Radcliffe in Equis or Jonathan. Yes, you got. Which makes you cry for more, but Jonah or Patty. He's in London. The gays. Anyone patty. Thank you. You only guessing what the gays gas. We weren't asking you to chew Queen of the game. I know. The first female anchor else. We update Jane curtain off an expertly played the straight man and interviews, but when it comes to some of the people she's worked with through the years, will she be straight with me? Here's what I wanna find out with a look behind the curtain. I've questions about your career. You have to do his answer. Do you have a favorite memory of Gilda Radner? Yes. My favorite memory of gilded was when killed a came over to her how she would come to our house on our days off to watch my husband inmate just watch you. She watched us live. She watched you. Lizzy watched as a sociological experiment became. She wanted to see what it was like to be married, what come to our apartment? And she would sit over on a chair. I love it. When you were doing third rock from the sun, did you know Joseph Gordon Levitt was going to blow up the way that he did? No, but he intimidated me when he was twelve. Really. He was the coolest person. I have never walked. Back in twenty eleven. You told Oprah that Belushi used to sabotage sketches written by women. What is the most sexist thing you experienced during your time on l. geez. It was a lot right. You know, not so much it was. It was hard. There were a few people that just out and out believe that women should not have been there and they believe that women were not innately funny. Right. And. So those were the experiences that I had that were sexist. The rest of the group was great with fabulous. You had a hilarious cameo by the but was Belushi one of those people did he not think women should there should not be there. Wow. So he didn't think Gilda wistfully..
"jane curtin" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"First time in the clubhouse chain card. And he is a Megan talented artist who's won Tony awards for torch song trilogy LA fo and hairspray, which is even more impressive when you consider that he did at least two or more of those while wearing heels. You can go see the revival of toward song on Broadway now, welcome back. Our friend, Harvey Firestone. Have you ever let. This site. Exciting feel as though I know you. To us so long. Ever since I was in Europe. I'm here any over the Varghese the music director and conductor of the New York pops. But tonight he's just popping bottles, say hi to Steven a. Reinecke. Especially exciting to have you here. I've been such a fan of yours and I know you don't do a ton of press. So it's very meaningful that you're here. Jio Harvey big deal and used to work. But you move a Bob Randall? Yes, I do wrote a lot of kidnapping. He wrote Julie halston and I did a sitcom like a precursor to to willing grays years before we grazing called those two. And he wrote that. House to Mitch book. Yeah, that's exactly what we. Reggie by Ted best slow. So yes, yes. And Bill Persky directed the great. Yes. Yes. I've. Of, oh, by the way, we have been nominated for people's choice award for nighttime. So you see dot online dot com to.
"jane curtin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Reaches to 0 every park is different. Football is rigidly tied. Baseball has no time limit. We don't know where it's gonna end. Football. You get a penalty baseball. You make an error. It's funny though. I'd never heard or I had heard back in the day. When I watched this originally, but I'd forgotten that he prefaced it with that Indian stuff making the football analogy. Right. And that was not killing the crowd. No. Then he went into when he went into the classic bit is the comparisons. He started killing that was just like the Indian. Of course, when you're not on the air, googling the whole thing because it is terrific talk about the grid. Iron. Sure. Millions of people already familiar with it. But millions more maybe not be. Yeah. Yeah. He was the original. And the other day somebody posted something about Saturday Night Live, and I'm really getting tired of this because Saturday Night Live is always been uneven. Some seasons are always better than others. And every time you see social networking. It's like it hasn't been good since Chevy. Chase believes he died in horrible. No. There have been many many good seasons. But even during the good seasons there were many skits that flopped, right? And even during good seasons. You might have four good episodes into lousy episodes these days, I think Donald Trump the Alec Baldwin is still funny most of the time, but sometimes that's the highlight of the show, and then it goes south, and it's a long show, aren't but people don't seem to understand that. It's the nature of sketch comedy. No, no sketch comedy troupe in the history of the world has produced, you know, fifteen fantastic sketches every single week of their lives. I guess we're back in the day. The one thing I thought used to be better with. Musical guests. I wanted you never heard of. So the here is a chance to see a Devaux never around but anymore. I guess I'm not in the pop music, and it's a lot of pop music now. So maybe that's why I just don't like it. But back in the day. I thought the music was terrific. And I I got a kick out in the early days, the musical guests always wore in part of some skit so people who had nothing no idea about acting. I remember that in fact years later, they stopped doing it. And then Aerosmith lady Gaga was a hell of a lot of skits when she was on with Timberlake, right? Exactly. And a lot of them say, I'll do it. But I want to be in skits Aerosmith insisted on being a skit. And of course, they showed up in the basement with Wayne and Garth Wayne's world. Yeah. And what I thought made that one hysterical. So they're getting ready to perform on waning Garcia. No, closed-circuit share whatever it was. And who's testing the mics. Oscar winning actor. I was gonna say Michael Keaton not Michael Keaton. Oh, good heavens. I can't think of his name now for heaven's sakes, was an Apollo thirteen. He was in. Oh, come on. Hank's. Thank you, Tom Hanks is testing the Mike's a similar similar similar similar and only Tom Hanks redo that, you know, not too many Oscar winners would play long on something like that. Well, he sort of a regular part of the George Michael stable of George Michael's, Michael. Michael stable of stars. Because he is not a George Michael stable, not addressed assault. Yeah. Yes. I didn't know George Michael produce that Michael's brothers, George and Lorne. It is amazing. How long I Don Pardo was the original announcer until he died in two thousand fourteen. Right. He was there every week and Lorne Michaels at one point, I guess was let go and then came back or came back. I think he was let go and came back, but I'm not, but I can't verify that after Google onto lazy. But yeah, those were some weird years for a while the years without Lorne Michaels. They were not as funny most of the time, and there's everything in life has a Seinfeld connection at one point. Larry David was a writer. Right. Got nothing until like one skit finally that he wrote got on at five minutes to one in the morning, and he got so mad. He quit storm dot screamed at everybody. And then came back the next week is if he'd never quit, I think Julia Louis Dreyfuss was a cast member for one year and married Brad hall who was right. Who was on? And they're still married. Yeah. But yet that was where that Seinfeld episode, George quit stormed out and came back the next day, and apparently Larry Michael Larry Michael's, Larry David did same thing. But it's such an unoriginal observations to say it used to be good at now. I just feel like like, I don't know people are trapped in that cycle that they have to say that. Right. Somebody's watching the ratings are not horrible. They they have in flow. But it wouldn't still be on the air. If they didn't get millions of people. And some of the, you know, Kate McKinnon is Jeff Sessions. There have been some brilliant moment, at least in my opinion. In recent years on SNL. No. Yeah. There have been and they always had the original women were the best Jane Curtin Laraine Newman Gilda Radner, but later on there are some terrific women who are much better than them. I think I don't know much better. But I think they held their own at least there. It was good. Yeah. But yeah, it's hard to stop Gilda. But yeah, there are times when I turn it on. I'm like, I can't get through it. I think a lot of people don't like the musical guest the opening monologue was kinda stale. Well, okay. Speaking in the musical guests as I understand it. I didn't even see it. But the last musical guest was none other than Kanye west. Did you see if any of his levies presentation in at the White House today? I didn't see it. But I read about it online. I I want you can play any of it down. You know what I mean? And it helps to see it to drink in the full level of incoherency not just here. But I have no it's just so weird. And the so Taylor swift who as I understand it. Everybody thought was Republican comes out endorsing Democrats in Tennessee and Kanye west who before he came out of the Republican, you'd think would be a democrat now all about Trump, right? But I'd forgotten this. I saw a clip may make even find it. Obama was about to let somebody interview him, but they already had a camera and when he was still president and they were talking about when Kanye interrupted Taylor. Swift's acceptance ceremony for an award to say so and so had yes, somebody else should have one in four Taylor thought. It was part of the Obama said he's a jackass. See you wonder if if the Kanye west is one of these thin-skinned people like Trump who like you insult the once lifelong grudge, and I will champion. You, and I will hate you til I die was a jacket jackass. I really thought that that that that Taylor swift thing was unconscionable. Oh, poor Taylor swift who at the time we just a kid. What was she like eighteen thought some later said I thought was some part of a skit they were doing right? He would run up and say that. Yeah. He was the presenter. Right. Okay. And takes I think it would have been not that we don't need to relitigate this. But I think it's fine. If after it, he held a news conference said, you know, what that was bogus. But you can't interrupt. Her acceptance speech for crying out loud, and somehow people are still buying his records or CD's or die or whatever. On. I'm a fan of the album, which among other things features a joking monologue by Chris rock is part of one of the songs right because it used to be the favourite music to do secret things by with one of my recent partners. I don't know how that sounds. But whatever. So so that was album to do things like that too. But so I am a fan at least if that album, and I it he's immensely talented guy and a jackass you could be both. And he's hanging out with Kim Kardashian. Yeah. Nobody. Seems like nobody likes the Kardashians. And yet millions must because they're popular. I guess what? Do they do? I guess they still close, right? Is that what they're and there's been a reality show that. That has been successful. I guess man. If you wanna watch that stuff. I just don't get it. I don't I mean credentials one of those things I was kidding. With gar producers saying like one of those she's offensive. I can't stand about I can't look away. Yeah. I think most men could probably not look away from I could look away. You're stronger man than me. Well, that's low low bar. In questions and canoed, Elaine and cockatiel doing and caca phonies and corrals and captain crunch available at eight six six three one ten twenty eight six six three nine hundred ten twenty back with more of Doug on the other side, NewsRadio ten twenty Katie gag. 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"jane curtin" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"America stadium exclusively on the Carolina. Panthers radio network All right Actually trying to think who was was, it, sociology, social socia-. Social NCIS Who was. It the the? Original debaters on sixty. Minutes I'm really dating myself Wendell who was it, he's, in, Morley safer Early safer prematurely safer Morley was there but, he, wasn't a debater David, who was, it I think you might be. Dating yourself not that we're millennials but I think that's predating us it's the ones that they used. To imitate on Saturday Night Live when Dan ackroyd, and Jane Curtin anything like who. Was the mcglaughlin Okay somebody somebody will know somebody. Screaming at the radio right now Oh in Andy Rooney Commentary the editorial remember maybe maybe the the two old. Guys, from the Muppets Accent That's exactly closer to where we're going to be. Doing all. Right let's talk backup. Quarterback what what you've, seen, Mike who do you give the edge to right? Now I think just from playing time, perspective I think it's Taylor. Heineke I, mean he's been the guy that's come. In I after Cam. Newton he was got started today's, game and so there's nothing and this is nothing against. Gilbert I think, he's, he's he's played, well and I think it's been a really good competition If you. Were to read between, the, lines of tea leaves it would it would suggest? To me that Taylor heineke would have, the upper hand in this. In this, situation I I agree with you I. Think that he started. Camp rougher but I think he, has come further Iran had mentioned that you know Gilbert. Was maybe playing, more, within the lines, Heinecke was being more little bit of a gambler I I like his elusiveness more. I think, that that's more in line with what to me if you're going to. Bring in a guy to backup Cam Newton you, need? To bring in a guy that the offense of line feels comfortable protecting in the same way and I, think he is more Cam Newton like in his, allusive of his ability to run and his passing percentage in the preseason is actually. Considerably better than the, Gilbert I mean he's like around seventy percent Gilbert's down around in. The sixty percent range we have like the actual time in, in possessions. Right because I think he's probably had a little bit more opportunity than Gobert let me ask to. Guess, but but I'm just. I'm looking at the number again and, that's hard though to right because nothing and this is not, anything against, them but in most cases heineke did have. A couple of snaps with the ones last week Yeah but for the most part it's. Been verse, verse threes exactly so it's a and that's I think that's a good. Question for Marty is is when you're trying to, trying? To select guys at the back into the roster now granted you're you're comparing them against guys that are, like them or at least in their class if, you will but how do you how do you juxtapose that with how you think. They would do on, special teams verse guys have maybe higher quality and I think maybe And get your? Feeling on this and maybe the, big tipping point and In. My view of in height favor is he's been in north Turner's offense before mean that's probably. Part of the reason why he maybe had. The slight edge. Early on and I think that's maybe as manifested itself let's be honest I mean when you know the answers to the test Salahuddin to take the test Yep I'm not gonna go. There I know what you're saying that wasn't much of a. Debate, well if you know if you know the answer. Coming. Exactly That's right so that Mike? And? I. Both come down on, the side we think Taylor hynick is going to be the backup quarterback. For the panther so where. Does that leave Garrett Gilbert that's a great question and I. Don't, think we're going to get the answer to that tonight Wait and see? How? That. All plays out you, know does he get spot on their practice squad again I don't know You know that we'll have to. Wait and, see or the Panthers hang onto him some kind? Of trade bait All right let's go back to Pittsburgh. Right now, and yes now we're, ready to hear for most Frazier Jim back at. Pittsburgh joined by wide receiver mos- Frazier now only one catch but, does what he always does scores a touchdown This one s three? Touchdown catches. For most Frazier and obviously roster cutdown. Common MOS. But it feels a lot of ways that, you showed us as much as you could. Collectively as you look back at, your preseason how? Do you feel about your performance Preseason A lot of plays and shows and things That spot this year Most what is? It about your game because we see a lot, of nice precise routes and then both off the Rossa ability to get, open to to kiss but what is bunch of gain that makes it a. Little bit more unique Otis a little bit different What I'm saying is this Learning you, know through throughout the week studying learning about on and. Making sure my routes precise. I'll take big in running good rouse to get. Oakland Nevada's what I do so mercy is makes no. Use to run a garden Then he sound like an old soul Most how may birthdays you. Had this is my birthday today actually Oh Oh how in, your your parenting or in your DNA your. Experiences why are you sort of a mature beyond your? Years, well just went through a lot growing, up you, know so mature, faster learn, faster growing up so as. Well Uh-huh so Oh you know the people heavily people's. As. Well We'll get. To this maturity level I am today. We're mos- you made the practice squad last year what are these next few, hours a day and a half could be like? As, you await the final cut down for you I mean I can do, on the field you know out on the field Fear is out, of my, hands right now so Praying. For the, best you know we'll see what happens you know we can't leave him without asking. Him about that side of just on the touchdown that's a beautiful bid of football? Sleight of hand what what's your read on it and? Then, what are you depending on your. Quarterback CMO's, well he actually made a perfect throw you. Know Cover a. Good ball I just played it off like I didn't see the ball common adjusted to the ball late. And he can cover it was a great though about Taylor Yes But you said you played it off and that's really a nuanced thing because if you look back at the, ball Sort of memos. I'm telling you as as as I mean So Mix it was a great great play because you played it. Off thank you. 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"jane curtin" Discussed on WNYC 820AM
"This isn't awfully legal i said he looked anxiously over my shoulder isn't it he said what's wrong with it no witnesses thousand loopholes for a smart lawyer he had picked up the paper in this frowning over at miserably what it's always been perfectly all right before he said this week on selected shorts beating the devil and a long way home standing quite still in the rain and the darkness miss harper became aware that she was not at the corner of her town with the bus should've left her she was on an empty crossroads in the rain i'm jane curtin and you're listening to selected shorts from pri the program that brings you great short fiction read live on stage at symphony space in new york city shirley jackson is the celebrated thriller writer most famous for dark tales like the lottery and the haunting of hill house but the first two tails on this program celebrating her work are more lighthearted in the first the smoking room the devil is literally in the details it's read by kristen he was taller than i had imagined him and noisier here i was all by myself downstairs in the dormitory smoking room with my typewriter and all of a sudden there was this terrific crash and sort of a sizzle and it turned around there he was can't you be a little quieter i said i'm trying to work he just stood there with smoke rolling off his head.
"jane curtin" Discussed on KQED Radio
"She reached into a pocket and pulled out a piece of paper i wonder if you'd mind signing this he asked casually i picked up the paper may i read it i he shrugged isn't important but go ahead i read this gives the devil my soul and a space was left blank for my name this isn't awfully legal i said he looked anxiously over my shoulder isn't it he said what's wrong with it no witnesses thousand loopholes for a smart lawyer he had picked up the paper ms frowning over at miserably it's always been perfectly all right before he said this week on selected shorts beating the devil and a long way home standing quite still in the rain and the darkness mishap it became aware that she was not at the corner of her town with the bus should've left her she was on an empty crossroads in the rain i'm jane curtin and you're listening to selected shorts from pri the program that brings you great short fiction read live on stage at symphony space in new york city shirley jackson is the celebrated thriller writer most famous for dark tales like the lottery and the haunting of hill house but the first two tails on this program celebrating her work are more lighthearted in the first the smoking room the devil is literally in the details it's read by kristen he was taller than i had imagined him and noisier here i was all by myself downstairs in the dormitory smoking room with my typewriter and all of a sudden there was this terrific crash and sort of a sizzle and.
"jane curtin" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Wondering how he was going to survive the two and a half weeks of all of us the left wondering how he could go through this pretends the city game each time you see on a arrived why didn't she just say she wanted to be alone it in canada how long they chased each other whatever else they got up to he simply wanted some up to the about he wanted to get back to school he wanted his father to finish filming daughters on draft killer the paint i was walking along the road with his usual like burden of diesel folding stool and long and campus all of a slow to a holton they greeted each other all of the noticing that although the day was off the painter was wearing a tweet jacket with a shirt and tie and it curious needed wentz could all men felt the cold all other amended even on the warmest days well you know going the painter roster he just did it the flat baking landscape in and in the enormous sky of fleet of huge early white clouds moved slowly alone north would push by a wall southern brees the heavy flight of cruz cross the stubbornly field beside them it's part of the paint to said i'm not going anywhere in particular all of us said feeling um familia tea is staying his on ice he's everything all right this opportunity coming home with me the pair to said have a cold streak the painter showed all other into is studio it was a large tiny room with the persian rob hang on the wall on an easy was a sizable painting of the blue shape against the slate gray sky on tables and on the fall ruse of clean rushes laid on palettes and others stuffed and just run it pops small tables held negroes of choose of all paint as well if giles a flowers many of can drive all of that was impressed you must have hundreds of brush is he said you move maybe right so thanks smiling placing a small campus on an empty easily and stepping back to contemplated all of the circle ground to stairs.
"jane curtin" Discussed on KQED Radio
"What was all the kind of us but i see approach he was surprised tonight that seemed almost black for with murky blues in dark gray's for an upset second as he guns that the silver to see with the tossed backdrop of some that play out he won that if the paying to might be blind and then he wondered if he might be dead people who die right suddenly sitting up just stiffen into apos to either i couldn't it read about it are you all right the show all of rust so flip the paint to slowly turned around adam great ten years face it's features powerful be present the knows the always the stand wide mouth the absolutely white hat get in the way was a distinctive or front some just the strome simple along face but somehow only memorable but of course young man the pain to said many thanks for asking all of us and how does bicycle him climbed over the fence on approached the painter without seeing any movement in him when now that he wasn't in fact dead of course but still curious about the man's impressive inability i thought oliver said because you one painting that no i was just refreshing my memory the paint to set i just need you to again in case said got something wrong all of the look to the murky county the switch early to started to tell share you washed up on a short in the night he looks up at the believes blinding sky and that that the donks thin campus this happened a long time ago the paint a said an explanation pointing catches painting he began to ask on other polite questions what is your name all of the federal how old the almost twelve where do you lives shot to to create the jets.
"jane curtin" Discussed on KQED Radio
"A lot of kissing and he was show his father would not be pleased get discovered his mother and lucie i'm in a case on one occasion what's the silently slightly disturbed to the violence the older bowl structure with which the miles fed on each other then they had broken apart and his mother had seen him watching she took in the ones into the next room explaining but and i'm all had being i'm happy and i'm glue seeing the simply being kind and it been trying to cheer her up but that it would be best if he didn't tell the pop they were both instantly when asked all of his eyes non throwing that this explanation was lovely in that that it didn't not even begin to on the mind the blatant to seat so she change tactics and instead made who promised to she expected one of the most so they and terrifying and implacable promises from him all of the news he would nevin desk tell a calm lose came two or three times a week always in the afternoon one sick and with a lot of friends on a sunday for lunch accompanied by a nerve the see brawl woman with strange comprehend who was introduced as his wife it was early august and all of that was beginning doggedly to count the days before he would go back to school in england to count the days before he would see his father again conscious all the while that the summit was on a hof dumb and they would be many more cycle trips in to the contrary it was on his six or seven it's journey into the village that he spotted the oh painter although always took the same route the slipping drive to the gates turning down the fall my into the road and that was an exhilarating swift downhill free we'll among the heads road to the d seventy five than right along the cliff road towards the hawks the with the bright ocean restless under felton's on his left he's eyes.