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"jason segel" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:39 min | 6 months ago

"jason segel" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"For those of us on terrestrial radio audience, you missed the best segment in the history of this program. Go to our YouTube page for that. Baker would not give the dog next to him a belly scratch. Unless I missed it, I didn't see all the podcasts. Also. Richard, if that's a boy dog, that's just a very awkward angle for the dog to be like, yo, baker. To help control the pet population is Barker would admonish the price is right audience, long before you went on and blew it. Did I blow it rich eisen? Let's think about what you just said right now. Why do you just open the door for him to walk through all the time? A lot of dogs situation. He enjoys it. But I didn't mean blow it. I meant get up out of contestants and entertain a nation. While getting all the way through with out winning really a significant cash or prize. And helping this show get sports semi nomination. That's true. That's true. That's true. You're part of our sports any real. You definitely blew it. Yeah, I want you to say that when you're standing on stage with that trophy about that. Then you tell me I blew it. Where's the ping Pong table? It's still at home. Oh, cool. We don't have the room here. Feller. Don't make me say that. I'm going to share with you guys. I don't know how this is, I don't know how this is going to play on radio or this show. Well, if you've got to say it like that, it's not going to come. I don't know. I don't know. I have no idea. The same way that I didn't think the price is right segment was going to play all that well, watching you on a TV radio simulcast. What's going on? I'm still confused. That was a question. I have on my phone a bunch of music that I downloaded on my phone years ago because my kids digged it as small children. And every now and then, it plays when it connects to my car when I turn the car on. You know what I mean? When your phone connects to the car, the Bluetooth. And for some reason, there's a function I can't turn off that the music on my phone plays the minute to connect. And so it's kind of like a mix of a mix of songs that I haven't heard in years. Like kidz bop stuff, or like the Muppet movie soundtrack. You know, the Jason Segel Muppet movie soundtrack. The newer one, it's a delightful music. I haven't heard it in a while. And then there's like the U2 song that came with the phone that I never put on YouTube album that nobody asked for. I don't know how to turn it off. You can't delete it. I don't know how to turn it off. You can't. But one song, and then I'll be driving along, and I don't realize that it's happened. And I'm just singing the music like 7 years ago. And so one song is on my phone because the album's on my phone because my daughter really liked it when she was really young. And that's a Katy Perry album. And one song came on yesterday, and I hadn't heard it in years. I mean, years, and it's a great tune, like I'm singing along with it, and it's a great song. That's why she's incredibly popular. It's called last Friday night. TGIF. And I'm now for the first time listening to the lyrics of a song that my young daughter was listening to. Oh, goodness. And every last word of it makes me think, oh my God, if my daughter does this one day, I'm not going to get any sleep on a Friday night. Oh, I'm reading the lyrics right now. Again, there's a stranger in my bed. There's a pounding in my head, glitter all over the room, pink flamingos in the pool, I smell like a minibar, DJ's passed out in the yard, Barbie's on the barbecue, this a Hickey or a bruise. Pictures of last night ended up online. I'm seriously, I'm thinking of this to myself. I'm like, this would be a nightmare. This is a nightmare. This is a nightmare. I'm screwed. Oh well, it's a blacked out blur, but I'm pretty sure it ruled damn last Friday night. You know, it's a great song. We danced on tabletops. We took too many shops, think we kissed, but I forgot. Last Friday kicked out of a bar, went streaking in a park. Skinny dipping in the dark than we had. I can't even say what they had. It's French with the number three in it. That's Friday night. And then it gets to the lyric..

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"jason segel" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

07:36 min | 6 months ago

"jason segel" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Call him doctor buzz. I got to tell you, man, I moved out here to LA and I saw him at Dan Tana's one night. Related to highly age and appropriate food. And it was wild, cool, everything because Susie was covering the Lakers at the time and I look at her and she's just like, yep, this is what goes on around here in Los Angeles. And it's just wild to see this whole thing on television like that. What would you want the real Kareem to know? If you could solve the news about what you've learned or what you want him to know about how you're playing. You know, I think the learning, right? I think when I was prepping for this, I'm like, I'm a Laker fan. I've been a Korean fan since I was a kid. So I feel like I know a lot about them, but just man, just the journey of his life, right? Just the paths he's taken, just the way he's let his intellectual curiosity go to him in different directions. It's just, it's a tremendous life. And I know I'm one of millions of people that are just really grateful for it. I mean, honestly, I think of me stepping into this professional acting space as me resisting the one dimension of just being the tall black basketball player, right? And so I feel like I know I'm one of many people that just has a ton of gratitude for him. And the work that he continues to do. I mean, the guy who foundation, I just think it's a brilliant organization. I love what he's doing with that. So I feel like his just all the ways he's showing up in these different seasons of his life. And then also ultimately, I hope he gives the show a chance because it's really a labor of love. Everybody just every day just put into the pot their best effort. And we're getting good feedback about the show because the beauty of a show is it's not just it's not just 60 minutes. You get time to tell about the multiple dimensions of people's lives. And so yeah, I'm hoping with time people will give it a chance. What's the one mannerism of his that you think you've picked up? Which one? So his pace of speaking when he's, you know, when he's when he's trying to talk to a young Magic Johnson. He's thoughtful he's deliberate, you know. Or just a little bit of the, the movement of the hand. So I think I've gotten. I thought you hear your voice just changed. Okay, so then let me ask this question. Are you more proud? Solomon Hughes, of you picking up his mannerisms, or nail in his skyhawk, and these scenes while you're at the sky. Could you know that's big? Great question. If you're going to attempt a Kareem skyhook, you literally got to look like that. Right. So what do you got? Definitely we have to say this guy, but I'm not going to say that I nailed it. I think only one person nails it, and that's the great cream of global car. You do though. I mean, a guy who's played the sport, and you are somebody who I'm sure is a perfectionist when it comes to that. And you just told me you were grinding when you were playing like you were really in that. So you have to see when you're watching that back and they show a skywalk you got to be like, okay, that was good. Yeah. For sure. For sure. Definitely. It's rewarding, especially when it goes in. So on the day, so when we shot that clippers scene, there were some scenes where I was shooting it in height shoes, which the height shoes are essentially the platform shoes. And it was wild. I was one of those things where you really had to focus in. So isn't that amazing? They have to put you in them in platforms. Just taller than me. You're 6 ten, right? Because he's 7 two. We've had bob on here and I think he's the tallest guy we've ever had in this studio. When Kareem was here, I was truly concerned that he would scratch his head walking through the studio here. And I thought, I'll just say it. I hope I'm not embarrassing you. Like before you go on the air, you sat down like his Kareem sat in this chair. Oh, no, exactly. Right. I've watched that interview multiple times, for sure. Oh, great. We'll take that. Solomon, how did you find the training camp? Because when Devon Nixon was here, he was telling us that it was pretty grueling. It would be ready for sure. Yeah, absolutely. And I'm the vet. I'm 43, right? So I'm out there with 20 year olds, right? And I'm trying to keep up. And I think I did a pretty good job, but I as much as I was excited about this stuff. My body afterwards was like, you need to slow down old man. What are you, are you a method actor where you made Quincy Isaiah truly pretty? You are to choose every day. With the newspaper, no chance through that? Yeah. I feel like I really benefit from the genuine relationships that are developing offscreen because I feel like it just creates an atmosphere where you know going into the moment. You trust each other and you love each other and you can just really lay into it. So it's great. Honestly, we're enjoying it immensely. You guys are. Are you like us? Are you watching on Sunday Night? My wife is making me watch. She's making watch. And I'm enjoying it. She's making you watch. I'm the timid guy that doesn't even like watching old basketball clips. So like watching a full on performance. But the great thing about it is essentially everybody was kind of in silos when we were filming, right? So it's so cool to see what other people were working on and see how they're editing it and putting it together. And then music, which is just so great. Oh, it's spectacular. It is. Picked up for season two already. Congratulations on that. So I am mandated to ask even though you struck me as a very positive glass half full guy, but I'm from New York, so there is a little bit of spite of me. Have we revisited a conversation with the talent agent that gave you no time? I forgot his name. Come on now. Billy, I think I heard that. But the tae Bo guy? The title, I think, yeah. He discovered Billy, or I don't know, I don't know. Okay. But this guy who gave you no time and made you feel like garbage that you had no future. We need to revisit him. There's a part of him. If I forget the name that I don't say the name and then give him any credit, right? Go on, be blessed. You go your direction, I'll go by. I understand. That's the high road. I take a different approach. Screw that guy is what I'm saying. No, I got that all the time, trying to break into business and trying to get on TV. Traveled around parts of the country just knocking on doors literally knocking on doors of news directors to say, hey, I'd like you to hire me when you have a job open. I felt like garbage. One guy I got doors slammed in my face. I was cursed at one person. And I would love to find every last one. And how do you like me now? You know what I mean? So that's what I would love for you, man. To that point, rich, I definitely can relate to that. A number of instances of people are like, you don't belong in this space, right? And so one of the things that I'm most grateful for with this experience is just how welcoming, like the seasoned actors war. I mean, you talk about they created a culture of belonging and I really think that that helped us really perform well. To a man, Adrian Brody, Jason Segel Jason Clark, John, Gabby, et cetera. Everybody. And the producers, the directors that was like, it really was we're welcoming you in and we fully think that you can contribute something..

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"jason segel" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:43 min | 6 months ago

"jason segel" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"You're just like bleep off, kid. Right. Right, and that kid was so great landing Gordon, such an incredible actor. He's great. We had a lot of fun that day. I mean, that looked just like it. Oh my gosh. Just seeing John C Reilly walking around his bus. I mean, do you just bust out laughing a little bit? From age room about it to Jason Segel, Jason Clark, it's like, you know, I definitely had maybe a month of just like the fanboy stuff where every time I saw them, I was like, you know, do I say hi to when I say hi. And then your colleagues and you're working together. But yeah, I mean, just the amount to your point, the amount of detail that hair and makeup and set design put in. It's really fabulous. Yeah, I mean, the forum too, just to see the form like it's back in the day. And just to see the outfits and the cars and the stuff of the era, Solomon Hughes here who plays Kareem Abdul-Jabbar on the rich eisen show. You spent time as a Harlem globetrotter as well? I played 13 games. So I guess I qualified 'cause I went through the training camp. So it counts. Right, so by the way, I have not played one single movie. Just in case. That would be more rich. I went to the general. I was in anything. I've been to Washington, but and I've been to Harlem, but I've been around the globe. But other than that, what was that? I don't think they do this anymore, but I guess it was 2002. They put together a team that would play exhibition games against college teams in the preseason. And so I think the NCAA changed the rule around that. A few years ago, where now you just can play other colleges. And so the team basically consisted of former college players who aspired to play pro ball and former NBA players. And so yeah, it was, I mean, it was quick. It was 13 games. It was the training camp was as brutal as anything I've ever done in my life. A lot of the former NBA players who are playing with the globetrotters are saying, yeah, this is this tough training camp we've ever seen. And I think part of it was they just wanted to see who could last on the road. Because the idea was you would go from that team to then playing on the team that would do the performances and the tricks. And so I made it 13 games, and then I was done. You were done. And what happened then? Is that when you got your like, you went to get a degree? Is that you already had your doctorate? No, no. I feel like I just, I think I'm the guy that was 6 ten, had some talent, but was really playing basketball just to make some money. And so I feel like it was a good life lesson to learn pretty early that you never pursued something just for the money. You need to have some underlying passion. And so I think that was like a crash course in, are you doing this for the right reason? And so leaving that, I think, because I did have aspirations to play in the NBA. And I got as far as I tried out for the Phoenix Suns, summer camp. And so there was that. That was 2003. And so I didn't make it. They were polite. They, on the ride back to the airport, I was like, okay, I think I need to start thinking about other ventures or whatever. And so that's when I started thinking about grad school and going back into the realm of education. Okay. So you're technically a doctor. Your doctor Hughes. Yes. Okay. But you can call me Solomon. Not like doctor buss, who preferred that everyone would call him doctor buzz. I got to tell you, man, I moved out here to LA and I saw him at Dan Tana's one night. Related to highly age and appropriate food. And it was wild, cool, everything because Susie was covering the Lakers at.

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"jason segel" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

03:22 min | 6 months ago

"jason segel" Discussed on Daily Pop

"Per year. That is so cute. There is old saying that Mary, you know, girls end up marrying so much. Just like their dad. You think that's true for you? I think so. I realized it late in life. I always, he just was just so warm and affectionate and just piled on the love and my mom's a little bit less that way and my dad was always the one like hugging us and just like telling us how great we were. And I think that like I said in the clip, when I've had men tell me how great I am and how beautiful I am, I tend to go, oh, that's my dad. Like you'd have dad vibes. And so it kind of like messed me up where I actually have gone for guys that do the opposite because I'm like, I don't want a guy to remind me of my dad. So compliments reminded you of your death. Yeah, so he kind of ruined it. It's weird. I want you to take that because this is how I, how I am? Sure. That guy is going to be an amazing dad. Yes. That guy is going to take care of your daughter. Yes. The way your dad took care of you. Yes. You know, when I met rob, he was like, for me, it was about respecting my dad. If you don't respect my dad, my family doesn't get you. You're out. Yeah. Yeah. You don't get me. You don't get my family, you don't get me. Yes. Yeah, it's surprising. It's almost sounds like, you know, like people who can't take a compliment. Like, you know, the kindness you didn't want to accept. I just didn't feel it about myself. Like when my dad used to say that when I was a little girl with like buck teeth and like frizzy hair and like not the pretty girl, I was just like, this is the Santa thing. You're lying to me like you're just saying that 'cause I'm your daughter. I don't really trust it. And so I guess when people say it to me, I don't really trust it, but I think at this point in my life, as you'll see on the show, I finally reached this place where I'm like, I'm gonna get comfortable with more intimacy and someone loving me unconditionally. The way that my dad did and actually believing them. Yeah, I love that. It's really uncomfortable. Really does help as a form of therapy. It sounds like for you. So much. Oh my gosh, I had so many conversations with my parents that I've always wanted to have. I'm just more comfortable. Saying things on camera or like having doing things that I'm really scared to do, I just, in front of thousands of people, it's just more comfortable for me. I was able to really say things in a tackle things that I've been wanting to for years. How is it when you bring a guy home to meet your parents? Is their approval? Does that make or break a relationship? Yes, at this point it does. Like, my parents are so cool and so funny. If a guy doesn't appreciate that, it is just not gonna work out because they are just so warm and so easygoing and they're so funny too that I always want them. You're like, how do you not see them as charming? Yeah. And also, I spent a lot of time with your family and they don't get along. That's a nightmare. It's a nightmare. Where the guy is like, my parents are just like, what's going on in there? And I just knew it was doomed. As soon as that happened. And they were right. They were right. Well, listen, you guys, to find out more about Nikki's love, live, welcome home, Nikki glaser premieres. May 1st right here on E make sure you guys tune in. All right, we got to talk about somebody else right now for a little bit because Jason Segel must have some serious game right now. The day and California getting ready with one beautiful lady after another after another after another. This looks like love is happening here. Oh my God. What is good with all of you guys? Oh.

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"jason segel" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

02:25 min | 6 months ago

"jason segel" Discussed on Daily Pop

"Years. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Music> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Male> Still one of my <Speech_Female> favorite movies. Unbelievable. <Speech_Music_Female> She was so perfect for that <Speech_Female> role. Yeah. I mean, <Speech_Female> just really she <Speech_Male> came in and just did everything <Speech_Male> she needed to do. <Speech_Male> That's what she did. 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"jason segel" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:00 min | 6 months ago

"jason segel" Discussed on WTOP

"Recruiter get a quality candidate within the first day Try zip recruiter for free At zip recruiter dot com slash trial that zip recruiter dot com slash trial This is WTO P news And it's 9 53 Veteran NBC four anchor Leon Harris is publicly apologizing for driving drunk earlier this year Decision that was easily the stupidest decision I could possibly have made And what I did that night could have actually caused someone else their life and for that I am deeply deeply regretful and apologetic for that Harris says he's going to take time off to get professional help He says he knows he let a lot of viewers down he adds that he appreciates the many messages of support he has gotten Harris was arrested and charged with a DUI in January after crashing his car along Bradley boulevard near river road in Montgomery county If you are spring cleaning this weekend and you're looking to get rid of stuff that is not junk don't throw it away Goodwill is happy to take it because it can help pay for free job training Cleaning out your closets can make a huge impact on people in our community in need Goodwill's Brendan Harley Goodwill a greater Washington is desperate for donations to meet the growing consumer demand for donated goods and low cost merchandise Andy says proceeds fund a GED program and job training People find jobs in the hospitality hotel industry We have a program in energy and construction And we also operate in adult charter high school There are 20 area donation centers Christy king WTO P news It is rare for a film to kidnap our attention and hold us captive until the end but as WTO's film critic Jason Frehley tells us that is the case with the new thriller windfall premiering now on Netflix A man breaks into a billionaire's empty vacation home only for the mogul and his wife to unexpectedly arrive for a last minute retreat Jason Segel oozes desperation as the kidnapper seeking life-changing money while Jesse Plemons and Lily Collins reveal cracks.

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"jason segel" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:36 min | 6 months ago

"jason segel" Discussed on WTOP

"This weekend and you're looking to get rid of stuff that's not junk don't throw it out Goodwill is happy to take it because it can help pay for free job training Cleaning out your closets can make a huge impact on people in our community and need Good will's Brendan Hurley Goodwill of greater Washington is desperate for donations to meet the growing consumer demand for donated goods and low cost merchandise Andy says proceeds fund a GED program and job training People find jobs in the hospitality hotel industry We have a program in energy and construction And we also operate in adult charter high school There are 20 area donation centers Christy king WTO P news Volkswagen is recalling more than 246,000 SUVs in the U.S. and Canada because faulty wiring harnesses can make them break unexpectedly According to The Associated Press 47 people had complained to U.S. safety regulators about the problem And some said they were nearly rear ended by other vehicles The problem can also cause side airbags to deploy late in a crash The recall covers certain Atlas SUVs from 2019 through 2023 and Atlas cross sports from 2020 through 2023 Read more at WTO P dot com search recalls It is rare for a film to kidnap our attention and hold us captive until the end but as WTO film critic Jason Frehley tells us that's the case with the new thriller windfall premiering now on Netflix A man breaks into a billionaire's empty vacation home only for the mogul and his wife to unexpectedly arrive for a last minute retreat Jason Segel oozes desperation as the kidnapper seeking life-changing money while Jesse Plemons and Lily Collins.

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"jason segel" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

03:28 min | 7 months ago

"jason segel" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Josh, we're going to do something we call a top 5. Do you remember those? Yes, I don't know if I've done one myself in a long time. We've shared a couple, I think, recently, but yeah, I recall them. Okay, well, we're going to see if we can remember how to ride a bike. We're going to do a top 5. And that top 5 is not Hitchcock films, but it's hitchcockian films. The top 5 inspired by another film that's coming to streaming this weekend, windfall, it's on Netflix, and it's the new one from director Charlie McDowell. He made 20 14s the one I love with Elisabeth Moss and Mark duplass, a movie we talked about here on the show, a movie I liked a lot back in 14. And then in 2017 he made the discovery with Jason Segel and Rooney Mara, we were both a little bit mixed on the discovery, but a fascinating concept improved the McDowell as one of those filmmakers who you really want to keep an eye on and see what he's going to do next. And what he's doing next is windfall, which again stars Siegel along with Jesse Plemons and Lily Collins. It's about a man who breaks into a tech billionaire's empty vacation home only to be surprised by the man in his life from there. We've been assured anyway that things get hitchcockian. Now, here's going to be a test of whether we really take on a top 5 top 5 hitchcockian films is if we both put The Power of the Dog on there because we don't have to do any more work. It's right there. It's sitting there for us, Adam, right there. Possibly off of an Oscar win or about to get an Oscar win. But that's what we're talking about, right? Films that distinctly recall the technique, the concerns, the themes of Hitchcock's best. Yeah, that's it. And I think we'll see what we bring to the table next week in terms of looking at that list of conventions or tropes, whatever it is, we identify most with Hitchcock and see what resonates with us or at least what resonates with the movies we want to call out on next week's show. I already had a bunch of homework to do for this week's show in terms of catching up with some Oscar choices. I have at least three maybe four movies. I really feel like I have to watch before I can have any credibility talking about hitchcockian films. I won't mention them now, hopefully. They'll come up on next week's show. If not in my top 5, as honorable mentions. Also next week, we'll have more film spotting madness best of the 70s, the sweet 16 results, and the elite 8 matchups. We always like to keep folks updated on what's going on over at the next picture show. Here's one just tailor made for me. That's how I like to think about it. They are pairing after Yang, the coconut film we both raved about last week, Adam. In the lead for best film of the year for me at this early stage, pairing that with Steven Spielberg's AI artificial intelligence. I'm with Keith. I've already heard the first installment of this pairing where they talk about AI and I'm with Keith phipps that that film is top tier Spielberg. Now in addition to Keith, your next picture show hosts are Tasha Robinson, Scott Tobias, and genevieve kasky, new episodes, post every Tuesday, wherever you get your podcasts, and you can find more information at next picture show dot net. You're an amazing woman. What a feeling having you inside my head. Yeah. It was an.

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"jason segel" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"jason segel" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"It thinks that they can try to climb the hill Like he had fifty touchdowns in what two thousand seven i. I think he'll have more than that. This year yeah. It's just. I mean the the conversation has already. It's already been over for a few years. And he's obviously just trying to create the most distance between anybody that thinks he isn't the goat Like some unborn kid. He's fighting against some unborn kid. Just just the you know. Unborn kid i. I will put the mark on the wall so high that you will dream of trying to get on your ladder to put a mark higher than by. It's just. He's forty four. If i said the other day joke. It's the It's the bad teacher jason. God why am i blanking on jason's last name the actor. When when he has the argument lebron versus jordan. You know the movie. I'm talking about with cameron diaz okay. We cameron diaz And jason whatever his name is last name jason segel. Jason segel our teachers at a school. And there's some kid. That's having an argument with jason segel. Who's the teacher and it's lebron versus jordan. And the kid says you know. Basically all you guys do is argue about jordan's six titles in jason segel's answer. What other argument is there. And that's what essentially right now. Brady's essentially trying to end any future arguments between brady. And whoever thinks he's the next brady. Maybe it'll be trevor lawrence. Although not after the first two games. But somebody will have already bailed on trevor lawrence after two games please. I don't think they have. I i in in it. They have their their absolute phones. They don't understand what the your circumstance dictates which you do at that position and you. You often get drafted into very very difficult circumstances. What did you think of that. Yeah go finish. Finish your thought. Sorry no that's that's donald draft into give me your thoughts on lamar jackson's performance performance. The other night and just the ravens. In general i love him. I really really have such respect for them. Organizationally from steve bushati. Who's a guy i've gotten to know. Just through the years at like maryland games talking to him and and I just i think he sets the the direction and then he lets. His people do their thing..

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"jason segel" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"jason segel" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"All the old school of movies like five navigator goonies watch goonies and then we just started watching the avengers. No like a emlyn. Pg thirteen seven or eight but all it is his action. It's not like. I mean shit. You are some of the eighties eighties. Movies are way worse. There like cursing and smoke in heaters. Looking at penn and splash looking at. This guy was looking at penthouse magazine. Eighties pg moves back in very different very different story. So and slow action. Yeah you watch. You're watching with me. So it's it's fun watching it her involved all those like old school stuff that we grew up on a little man. He just eat. Is he still in the dinosaurs and like monster trucks or patrol. So as we're doing right now yeah which is Which is pretty cool but has got a plan. Just hanging out here. And then i'll go home tomorrow and you'll see the baby's mama and dig and man. Yeah so anyway man. I saw thanks for thanks for coming in. Yeah time out. By energy crew. And for this bottle of grand stone grindstone grindstone grindstone highland single malt scotch with twenty five years sherry cask binge. Yeah he's very good man appreciate me. I'm i'm just pumped to be here next time you're in town. Do you. let me know. Low says something. Yeah absolutely you get together. yeah absolutely. We'll get the wives and we'll have dinner and i'm down with that golf utah. Well yes we gotta driver. We have a driver for my wife will be driving. Yes she'll do that and she'll critique my My golf game. Even though she doesn't play that's what we do each other so that scene from a love you man. jason segel gets crushed in the shin. He's like this. I don't play golf with obviously such a long time. Such a great movie. This is my misery but Anyway wants to reach out to a william norman lincoln right used england the fold. Yeah so you know it's weird. I somehow accidentally stepped two profiles so really. Yeah i did by mistake. I can't remember the other one. Okay it's kind of like getting averaging membership get rid of once you're there forever so it's We'll norman. Or william norman. Norman and william and at jar data dot com. That's a email so just reach out. Say hello and If you're in the austin dallas houston san antonio area. he'll be coming on through so meet. I have a cup of coffee or scotch or something like that. I'll drive wherever that's right. So thanks for everyone tune into energy crew. We'll talk to you. Appreciate it rather..

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"jason segel" Discussed on Filmhaus

Filmhaus

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"jason segel" Discussed on Filmhaus

"We need a tiebreaker. Well now because i was gonna say the four d. theme park experiences would go to terminator. Oh immediately vision. Three d provision getting stung by or. No that was the bugs lifelines going. You're right Muppet or whatever. I i don't know i know which way i'm voting but i think that the muppets have had some duds sure but keep up a good clip. Terminator gave us james cameron. He made a lot of great move to gave us. James karen good thing ryan has a good argument. The terminator two probably in best action movies of all time It's quality is probably better than higher than any muppet movies quality of life but then after that terminator was really great to. It's a different to monster movie instead of action ride. But i think what is inconsistent though. That's what does the muppets done recently. The shady up jason segel shitty dog in the most wanted after that which was bad in the bed. Show office style. Sit off show. But i liked the show. I thought had some really fun. Moments has got taber. The muppets take manhattan. Five a fantastic. Whatever the muppets on recently. That's not as great is not as bad as five bad terminator movies row. Or how many is it three or four bedroom and there's no telling the third one permit is living is like the press. now in beverly hills managed the new. The new muppets socks now. They're only make sure seen my hand. I'm just this mopey. After reading invigorate their legacy always do way generally opposed determining vote We'll start with jacob come around to charlotte last. Okay see this is like i. Love terminated to is much the next guy but Brought me more joy over time. I think all right i'll give it up. Muppets okay ryan. Terminator let's go. I'll be back. Your treasure will be muppets fucked. I'll just make it harder on charlotte and vote for term. Pitts- big kidding me. The performance of the.

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"jason segel" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"jason segel" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"Might share gets loose now stools. Also get loose sometimes. Oh wow that is unnecessary. I know your chair in your office gets loose and like i didn't have the tool to fix it because i put together. That's hilarious okay. So limbic limb by limb by okay. Well the one thing. I wanted to say you because you mentioned if you had this you know as a child it would've been would've come a draft slowed and and it just made me think like this is applied that whole flipping. The lid hand model is from dan siegel who has a great book with tina pain about parenting which i recommend i think in the last podcast. It's called the whole brain child. And that's where i. I heard that because they talk about so jason segel and tina fey wrote a book about the brain. Yeah they'll parenting in the brain May maybe he didn't get her name right. Because it's so similar. But i think it's i think it's right and she talked so it's really helpful to know for yourself and it's helpful to know for your child because of course their frontal lobes aren't even fully developed and so she he talks for example about like the difference between a downstairs tangent and not stairs tantrum one. And we're really seeing this with leila like it's so cute when she has an upstairs tantrum with like fake crying and she puts her hands over her mouth and shakes her shoulders. Like she's like a silent movie or a japanese game show and she's just like kind of fake crying because she's learned by our sort of bad parenting that when she dies we just kind of give her whatever she wants loader you but it's also just completely normal natural for them to do that but then if she's having a limbic downstairs tantrum that's when they are really like sobbing out of control and can't stop and that's when going like but you don't get the pat. The pacifier is only for nighttime. So you'll get it at night like she's not hearing any of that her she her brain his fully and like a survival mode. She probably even her hearing is not as good. So she literally is in the movies like Exactly along yeah. And that's where you just sit and be with it and let it out and mike nurture and that's the name of the game. I love the so. That's true for us too. So this whole thing from dr brock about limbic to lumber liquidators shen when you have a reaction to anything it could be a trigger from a family member or a dog barking. But like whenever you have a reaction. That's kind of how you know to do this practice. Which is to i notice. Your lympics intention in so olympics is my favorite cereal. It makes me freak out and ice cold bowl of olympics silly rabbit limbic surfer toddlers. Yeah not worth interrupting tie in a group played musical chairs the olympics your olympic your limbic sit-in.

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"jason segel" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"jason segel" Discussed on The Big Picture

"That's what they should put on. The poster of dances with wolves. Amanda dobbins common big picture. I'd like to keep kevin costner in the exact box in my brain and he's in you know field of dreams nostalgia and that's it love kevin. Costner love him to this day. Do not love every he's ever made okay. Next question is from hannah. Appetite universe is closest to winning an oscar What are the odds and a great forties and fifties runs for any of those guys as actors so. I think. There's an obvious answer to this. But i want to question the premise. A little bit is the appetite universe. Still a thing. Is there still like a fraternity of of guys who were part of that because it feels kind of antiquated now. There hasn't been a movie with all those guys together and like six or seven years. I think you're right. I think they're just trying to identify like a generation of guys who have now actually graduated in their own ways to careers because it was a school for a generation of of comedians and male actors and many of them had continued success in success in different ways. Which is i guess notable apple. How did have a gift for finding talent. No doubt so. I don't know. I don't think it exists anymore. I think you're right. I'm not really sure that that technicality is going to keep me up at night tonight. I've just going to answer this person's question with joan hill. That's the answer joe. Jonas obviously the answer. He guesses next appearing in. Don't look up the next adam mckay movie. That's pretty star studded cast. So it's a little hard to know what level of how big that role is necessarily also just think south rogan is kind of sniffing around the edges of prestigious. All the time as well. I think some people felt like he should have been recognized for his work and steve jobs. I thought he was quite good. As steve wozniak steve jobs. So i wouldn't be surprised by either of those guys. Jason segel has probably made more bids for seriousness. Out of any of those guys in the last four or five years. But it's been mostly in television. And i don't know we'll see any like what what about some shockers you know. What if martin star just came through and gave an incredible performances. Jonas salk the polio vaccine film.

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"jason segel" Discussed on Horror Soup

Horror Soup

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"jason segel" Discussed on Horror Soup

"How. I met your mother when ted moesby is supposed to be talking to the audience. But it's actually what's his name. Bob sag bob second. Yeah what is bob. Saggy do the voice. I have literally. And i feel like he probably signed onto that is just like. Oh yeah fuck it. Whatever and then they did like a nine seasons of these like why do i still have to come in and do this and i'm going to do as much as i don't like family guy like they made one really good joke back in the day which was like and i think it was a pressure was family but they were like yet. Why the fuck is like how i met. Your mother does ted. Mozambique guy voiced by bob. Sag maybe that wasn't even. Maybe i'm getting family. I credit but i'm pretty sure his family guy could just be remembering wrong. Like yeah wiseguy. Who's like only a few years older than the character. He's playing voiced by bob sagging. He could just voice himself himself. It makes no and i never realised never realized how bad that was until like a year or two ago. Were like well no no to go. But like years. After that i watched your mother religiously and i'm watching clips and stuff and i'm like why the fuck is bob saggy voicing him you know the one thing that i've always wondered about how much the main casts have all gone on to be fairly successfully node except for lily robbins. Doing the marvel stuff. Lilly did some stuff and she was already pretty famous before the show anyway. Lots of articles have been about how she's doing nothing lately. I think we talked about all. Also blood episode did we. I don't know. I feel like she's done enough She's canada yet. I mean you've worked as hard as she had from american pie through buffy. Through how am i. Tr- mother say worked hard on american pie. I love american pie. But don't say worked hard in american pie. that's ridiculous. Obviously jason segel's done stuff fucking dead movies been in like one movie since. Here's the thing. Though i think will everything that i read. He made the most money on that. Show oh so. I'm pretty sure. He made way more money than i shit because he's the least entertaining part. Easily say well wait. Oh no yeah. He is okay..

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"jason segel" Discussed on Apathetic Enthusiasm

Apathetic Enthusiasm

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"jason segel" Discussed on Apathetic Enthusiasm

"From the mid ninety s to the late two thousands, they started decent like with the original scary movie and then, and then they just got kept getting worse and worse till they were parodies of themselves but not not just any. Well. Let's let's pull whatever pop culture reference we can find and put an R. movie 'cause that's what makes things. Funny. That's what people wanna see and it's the family model. Shots fired shots fired. I want. Yeah there's there's still some craft it goes into family guy because they still have to draw and they still have to animate the gags I will give family guy a little bit of credit but. I'm trying to think of any of the. The mid two, thousand movies now, I'm not even talking about like not another teen movie. Like that one. But there's just like a couple like with Carmen. Electra whereas it was the. The the the three hundred spoof just absurd. Now that saying the muppets worth that bad but I but I felt like they were just they were doing that type of thing. When the muppets came out, re came out in two thousand eleven and a we all cried at. Win when the muppet show theme started for the first time again, and then the Rainbow Connection Right? Or like this is that this is the this is the magic it's back at. Wh why you're bringing that up I have to say that movie. That the muppets movie to me. encapsulates so much of what is really terrific about the it's like the person that wrote that movie really got it because they spent the time. Honoring. The show the muppet show and and really half half of this show is essentially the muppet show. Half the movie is with the telethon, the muppet show but then the other, half the movie pays credit to their movies and the original muppet movie and where they're out in the wild, they're they're getting into. hijinks out with other people have a ton of celebrity guests and things like that. But it did it did a great job of honoring all of that and. then. They kind of like took a step back with muppets most wanted where it was just like. All right. Let's get a bunch of COMEDIANS and. A. Half baked premise and and throw them up. It's back out on the screen as quickly as possible to capitalize on the success of the muppets. So. So I looked, I looked it up Knicks stoler and Jason Segel Co wrote the movie right in Jason Segel from forgetting Sarah Marshall..

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"jason segel" Discussed on Bill and Frank Eat Pop Culture

Bill and Frank Eat Pop Culture

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"jason segel" Discussed on Bill and Frank Eat Pop Culture

"Was on. Hulu or fx. Hulu extra now kind of the same thing. That's very confusing. But it's this weird sort of black mirror ask anti technology the bleak look technology Show that's the Alex Garland who directed also wrote and directed Ex Machina or Makia. So it's a it's it's it's it was interesting. It was not as smart as it thought it was. The actress who had played the lead is not very good. I've never seen anything else. So had those against it. But there's definitely a fascinating if you're huge nick offerman fan huge Ron. Swanson Fan was very weird to see him in this. This kind of role and Yeah so that's what I watched last night and today I watched Molly's game and then I caught up a loss so I've actually. I started watching along the same lines. John I started watching dispatch dispatches from elsewhere on AMC which is created and starring. Jason Segel of how your mother fame which is sort of like a Magic World Hidden in plain sight. Kind of show Which is I thought. I've watched the first couple and they are very very well done. Yeah he's a weird dude I I you know. I think he everybody thought he was. Just this sort of like Judd. Appetito repertory player sort a guy Comedian but I think he's actually very off be in very artistic and I watched that.

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"jason segel" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"jason segel" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"That. Stick out how you GONNA approach the turf race which really talked earlier with Marty. McGee we'll talk to Mike Welsh show in about fifteen minutes and the more you look at that The more fun that group looks well. You're right I mean last year Art Kirk Division. Everybody took turns. You know it was just every every race won by different worth and I'm not so sure that that You know that that will continue this year eh evenly matched towards you know. Obviously you look at Chad Brown and you know and thinking that maybe he's got you know A good chance to win one of his but the one that he has really intrigued me. is sacred life This is the horses twelve to one in the morning. Line he He's a nice horse. He was a decent sources in France. and a he go back and it may get a chance to go back and watch the sea biscuit. Get a del Mar back in late November. I mean he should have won from here to the ocean and Since then he really has framed aimed really well for chat. I think he's GonNa make a really good five-year-old relatively fresh with only thirteen starts but first for second. Eleven out the thirteen He's got a triple digit buyer to go back to this year I think he's going to have a great great year and the time to get him really is now where the you know He? He still hasn't quite advertising stuff as much as I think he will. Now he likes to sit back and make a run fairly close but he's best when he's held up when you do that you're kinda susceptible to traffic and pays and I'm just hoping that he can secure a good trip but I think they could like a twelve to one. It's got an excellent chance to officer. Prize Jeff Siegel with us. Jason Segel racing on twitter and Jeff before we wrap another spotter to do that. Stood out to you on that card..

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