20 Episode results for "Jennifer Garner"
Introducing: Next Question with Katie Couric
"I'm Katie couric and I'm back with my new podcast next question with Katie couric yeah that's not this season we're tackling some cutting edge trans like CBD CBD is not snake oil there people trying to make it snake oil in so join me on Iheartradio or wherever you get your podcast I look forward to figuring this all out together. Many people into sports next question aims to make sense of our chaotic complicated an ever changing world one question at a time names doing big things in new spaces like Jennifer Garner I've crisscrossed the country visiting the poorest areas in the rural parts of those states and tough topics like the impact hardcore porn is having not only on women he was behind me and he put his arm around my neck basing that it can change every single thing in our society and that is a critical reason why we need research so why does actress Kristen Bell Ticket I've tried like every little supplement or vitamin that comes on the market for my anxiety I haven't noticed as much of a worry free crispin as I do with CBD's he was was probably around ten ish I mean you can find it on almost any browser anything not very difficult that all we'll talk to you life will get unexpected insight from people you think you know like singer Songwriter Andy grammer everybody's got their phone for their face and the cameras voicing back at them all day long you scream his name and I told him get off of me but on kids who can get it online for free all the time the aged I discovered pornography and I just seen the similarities and the differences the similarities being this incredible optimism that if you get to a child and a mom early you can change the course of that child I've got a ton of questions like how are white supremacists being radicalized online when and how did vaping become an epidemic why are so many they're like very self right now and the more that you can go outward and do something for other people be of service to somebody else that will undeniably make you happier every time.
Introducing: Next Question with Katie Couric
"Free this season were tackling some cutting edge trans like CBD CBD is not snake oil there people trying to make it snake oil in I'm Katie couric and I'm back with my new podcast next question with Katie couric yeah that's so join me on Iheartradio or wherever you get your podcast I look forward to figuring this all out together any people into sports next question aims to make sense of our chaotic complicated an ever changing world one question at a time names doing big things in new spaces like Jennifer Garner I've crisscrossed the country visiting the poorest areas in the rural parts of those states and tough topics like the impact hardcore porn is having not only on women he was behind me and he put his arm around my neck little supplement or vitamin that comes on the market for my anxiety and I haven't noticed as much of a worry free crispin as I do with CBD's basing that it can change every single thing in our society and that is a critical reason why we need research so why does actress Kristen Bell Take it I've tried like every life will get unexpected insight from people you think you know like singer Songwriter Andy grammer everybody's got their phone for their face and the cameras voicing back at them all day long he was was probably around ten ish I mean you can find it on almost any browser anything not very difficult that all we'll talk to you and I just seen the similarities and the differences the similarities being this incredible optimism that if you get to a child and a mom early you can change the course of that child you scream his name and I told him get off of me but on kids who can get it online for free all the time the aged I discovered pornography.
Introducing Next Question with Katie Couric
"I'm Katie couric and I'm back with my new podcast next question with Katie couric yeah that's me not this season we're tackling some cutting edge trans like CBD CBD is not snake oil there people trying to make it snake oil in promising basing that it can change every single thing in our society and that is a critical reason why we need research so why does actress Kristen Bell Take it I've tried like every little little supplement or vitamin that comes on the market for my anxiety and I haven't noticed as much of a worry free crispin as I do with CD's and and tough topics like the impact hardcore porn is having not only on women he was behind me and he put his arm around my neck were to you scream his name and I told him get off of me but on kids who can get it online for free all the time the discovered pornography he was was probably around ten ish. I mean you can find it on almost any browser anything not very difficult that all we'll talk to big names doing big things in new spaces like Jennifer Garner I've crisscrossed the country visiting the poorest areas in the rural parts of those states and and I just seen the similarities and the differences the similarities being this incredible optimism that if you get to a child and a mom early you can change the course of that child's life life will get unexpected insight from people you think you know like singer Songwriter Andy grammer everybody's got their phone face the cameras voicing back at them all day long they're like very self right now and the more that you can go outward and do something for other people be of service to somebody else that will undeniably make you happier every time I've got a ton of questions like how are white supremacists being radicalized online when and how vaping become an epidemic why are so many any people into sports next question aims to make sense of our chaotic complicated an ever changing world one question at a time so join me on Iheartradio or wherever you get your podcast I look forward to figuring this all out together.
Introducing: Next Question with Katie Couric
"I'm Katie couric and I'm back with my new podcast next question with Katie couric yeah that's not this season we're tackling some cutting edge trans like CBD CBD is not snake oil there people trying to make it snake oil in so join me on Iheartradio or wherever you get your podcast I look forward to figuring this all out together any people into sports next question aims to make sense of our chaotic complicated an ever changing world one question at a time names doing big things in new spaces like Jennifer Garner I've crisscrossed the country visiting the poorest areas in the rural parts of those states and tough topics like the impact hardcore porn is having not only on women he was behind me and he put his arm around my neck little supplement or vitamin that comes on the market for my anxiety and I haven't noticed as much of a worry free crispin as I do with CBD's basing that it can change every single thing in our society and that is a critical reason why we need research so why does actress Kristen Bell Take it I've tried like every he was was probably around ten ish I mean you can find it on almost any browser anything not very difficult that all we'll talk to you life will get unexpected insight from people you think you know like singer Songwriter Andy grammer everybody's got their phone for their face and the cameras voicing back at them all day long and I just seen the similarities and the differences the similarities being this incredible optimism that if you get to a child and a mom early you can change the course of that child you scream his name and I told him get off of me but on kids who can get it online for free all the time the aged I discovered pornography.
Introducing: Next Question with Katie Couric
"I'm Katie couric and I'm back with my new podcast next question with Katie couric yeah that's free this season we're tackling some cutting edge trans like CBD CBD is not snake oil there people trying to make it snake oil in so join me on Iheartradio or wherever you get your podcast I look forward to figuring this all out together. Many people into sports next question aims to make sense of our chaotic complicated an ever changing world one question at a time names doing big things in new spaces like Jennifer Garner I've crisscrossed the country visiting the poorest areas in the rural parts of those states and tough topics like the impact hardcore porn is having not only on women he was behind me and he put his arm around my neck little supplement or vitamin that comes on the market for my anxiety and I haven't noticed as much of a worry free crispin as I do with CBD's basing that it can change every single thing in our society and that is a critical reason why we need research so why does actress Kristen Bell Take it I've tried like every life will get unexpected insight from people you think you know like singer Songwriter Andy grammer everybody's got their phone for their face and the cameras voicing back at them all day long he was was probably around ten ish I mean you can find it on almost any browser anything not very difficult that all we'll talk to you you scream his name and I told him get off of me but on kids who can get it online for free all the time the aged I discovered pornography and I just seen the similarities and the differences the similarities being this incredible optimism that if you get to a child and a mom early you can change the course of that child I've got a ton of questions like how are white supremacists being radicalized online when and how did vaping become an epidemic why are so many they're like very self right now and the more that you can go outward and do something for other people be of service to somebody else that will undeniably make you happier every time.
Introducing: Next Question with Katie Couric
"I'm Katie couric and I'm back with my new podcast next question with Katie couric yeah that's not this season we're tackling some cutting edge trans like CBD CBD is not snake oil there people trying to make it snake oil in so join me on Iheartradio or wherever you get your podcast I look forward to figuring this all out together many people into e sports next question aims to make sense of our chaotic complicated an ever changing world one question at a time names doing big things in new spaces like Jennifer Garner I've crisscrossed the country visiting the poorest areas in the rural parts of those states and tough topics like the impact hardcore porn is having not only on women he was behind me and he put his arm around my neck little supplement or vitamin that comes on the market for my anxiety I haven't noticed as much of a worry free crispin as I do with CBD's basing that it can change every single thing in our society and that is a critical reason why we need research so why does actress Kristen Bell Ticket I've tried like every he was was probably around ten ish you can find it on almost any browser anything not very difficult that all we'll talk to you life will get unexpected insight from people you think you know like singer Songwriter Andy grammer phone for their face and the cameras voicing back at them all day long you scream his name and I told him get off of me but on kids who can get it online for free all the time the aged I discovered pornography and I just seen the similarities and the differences the similarities being this incredible optimism that if you get to a child and a mom early you can change the course of that child I've got a ton of questions like how are white supremacists being radicalized online when and how did vaping become an epidemic why are so many they're like very self right now and the more that you can go outward and do something for other people be of service to somebody else that will undeniably make you happier every time.
Episode Rerelease - What Jennifer Garner Eats (with Kelly Leveque)
"Stabbings adler. Hey, everybody. So this week we're going to be doing a rerelease of one of our favourite episodes. It's our episode with Kelly Leveque and for those of you that haven't heard it, it's incredible. Kelly Leveque is a amazing nutritionist, who works with tons of celebrities, like Jennifer garner, for one to be exact and Kelly, Leveque whole theory is about the Fab Four which she goes into a lot of detail on the podcast. And yeah, she shares. Jennifer garner smoothie recipes. So you're probably going to want to give this a listen. Kili Leveque is so amazing. We love her her theory. Her whole approach nutrition is so awesome. And we hope you love this episode if you haven't heard it, and if you have heard it give another lesson, or, you know, go make a smoothie or something I don't know if your life. Okay. We'll see you guys next week and enjoy. I'm like, there's a radiance pregnant woman in our space right now and freaking out. I'm shaking one of the most beautiful women ever seen in the flash also were both wearing dresses today, which is insane game for our guest. That's really interesting. Wow. Also, it's I'm slowly gaining weight. So that's why I'm wearing a comfy dress. I like you gaining weight. You're wearing something that's like cocktail cocktail hour appropriate. I believe you called me. Jackie kennedy. You are wearing you're wearing, like an aligned or what it is. It's like a sheath dress. It's very, it's very classy Esther. You are like very Natalie Portman nineties, like fresh, where's what's going on with your life partner cousin who's still in Israel? This is a thrift store gap number. Are you serious? That is. That's my jam. I think that's why you're kind of giving me mommy vibes, because my mom is a big gap nineties person. Yeah. This was definitely a mom who decided she didn't eat the stress anymore. And she gave it over like good. Well, will you breastfeed me later today? If I can produce milk, I will. But, you know, my ducks have been dry, just cut me a watermelon, and we'll call it even all right? We are so excited about our guest today. I'm freaking out. I'm freaking out. I mean, she's an icon of wellness. She's a legendary legendary nutritionists. She's a celebrity, her shoes, celebrity, and her clients are the roster. We're talking a list, you don't meet an alias nutritionist, just every day on the going up podcast my dreams. I do. She is. Also, her presence is just like it's very nice pleasant youthful you guys. Please, welcome to the podcast Kelly Leveque. I was I was truly expecting pause because I've been doing standup lately, waiting for the laughs and applause, I've been holding in a laugh over here. Is this how it starts every time you guys are hysterical, or just really trying to impress you? So our listeners are like, wow, why are they being so charming today? Yeah we're one hundred percent trying to impress you. We just want you to like us. I mean really are so view are the Pitney of the glowing of a glowing woman in general, but a going pregnant woman right now especially oh, thank you very much. You don't feel like that when you're pregnant, so you know, just bring on the compliments. My head. I would give anything to be your baby. That's your baby is a probably vision of health when you're gorgeous, little, baby. Shoots out here. She is just going to be radiating positively in home. Let's hope it shoots out. Take forever. Well, you know, well, I bet it'll be a quick shoot. Yeah. Fingers crossed strong rally near healthy. It just kind of pops out on how we're going to be a fifty plus our labor. Cut it out and get a hammer and a chisel get hit axe. I'm going to have a rep. I know it's gonna rip. Oh, let's talk about let's move not. Let's get to the pack. Family took a okay. Okay. Kelly your nutritionist and I know you have a book you've doing more than one book now. So body love was my first book that came out last June, the end of June and my next book body. Love everyday comes out in January. God. Congratulations. Thank you. And so what is the what are the pillars? Like, what are what do you feel like if you were known for something in your nutrition, what is what is your kind of thing in the game? My, my thing is the fab four's movie. I created something called the Fab Four. The fab floor is a positive Lee reinforcing lifestyle. So instead of having a diet, an Eaton do not eat less than a PDF. That's like sorry can't eat this any can't eat that this, the, the Fab Four is simply a way to teach people, how to eat the balances their blood sugar, and all you have to look for on your plate is four things. Where's your protein, where's your fat? Where's your fiber in where's your greens? So greens, meaning leafy greens, spinach, kale Ruge, if you're not really into that can, we add salon tro, can, we add basil, the, the beautifying foods? But what it does is it allows for people to eat out, say you're going to dinner on a date, or you're meeting with girlfriends, or you wanna put them in quickly together in your kitchen could be as simple as eggs scrambled with spinach, and you're good to go. I'm freaking out right now because you are speaking to me, like just the way I wanted to be spoken to, I'm someone who's like has eating disorder history. And so, like binge eating disorder and I I'm like good now votes. Like, I don't know I've done program done work on it. So, but when we when I did work on it, there's a nutritionist their didn't always agree with on everything. But the things that I did agree with were like. There's no bad foods. And when you're sitting here, telling me like there's not a list of foods. You can't eat them like, oh I can like I can listen to you like that's really helpful and exciting. Well that the the the trigger into binge eating is from a place of this wasn't a good decision, or this is a bad decision or I take one bite, and you're like, well Ardy screwed up. So I'll just eat the rest of this box, and the rest of my cabinets until it's cleaned out and then tomorrow, all quote unquote start again. Why don't we do that? It's a diet mentality. It's inside of people that grew up in eighties and nineties, and they saw their mom's do it. And it wasn't from a place of health. It's from a place of Twiggy being skinny, and that whole mentality and moving people towards a place of body. Love is what I always trying to do. It's really about also understand that Allah, g so the Fab Four actually regulates over eight hunger, hormones in your body. So what I'm trying to do. Is turn off your hunger with your meal so that you feel full common fueled for four to six hours. So what that looks like is a balanced along gated blood sugar curve, and a doesn't look like you looking at the clock at ten thirty in the morning and you know looking at a co worker or saying, oh, my God. Will what are we getting posted to the office for lunch because I'm already starving because you're already in a place of deprivation and low, and then you're making poor choices estrin. I R O Darby like okay, so I have a TV show called along together on Hulu right now graduates things and Caroline, and I became besties, because she writes on the show, and so we're working in an office together all day for, you know few months out of the year. And I like it was a dark cycle, so we walk into the opposite him. And, you know, usually you're you'd think a healthy person might have breakfast before that, you know, a solid seven or eight, but no, no, no. I would walk in and have breakfast like on the dot at ten. AM so bad. And then, by eleven it was like, okay, we're wondering lunch at twelve what are we ordering that that was like most offices most writers rooms, they lunch at one, but I walked in, I'm like, guys and I like can kind of, like, have some say 'cause it's it's I'm one of the creators of the show. But, like, I'm like, I think shit new. I see it. There is a lunch tire walk into manned that we have lunch at noon negotiated to twelve thirty well, even Saddam Hussein gave some leeway as followers your lunch tyrant. The point is, is that we hear what you're saying, we relate and I'm like, I need my lunch by noon, but I did suffer it till twelve thirty on some days. I yeah. So I definitely think you should try my smoothie. You're more about this fame so it, what it because the Fab Four shuts down hunger hormones like protein, does a really good job of making sure that you aren't craving sugar and carbohydrates. It regulates over four brain craving hunger hormones, when you add fat to your meal, you release the tidy hormone called coal assist to kind which is like a happy blanket. That's being wrapped around your body. Right. Think about having. I don't know some boring meal like you're having fish and veggies that were steamed without seasoning, verses so 'nineties. Yeah. What if that was like stir fried with? I don't know some kind of like healthy fat, or there was pesto on it, and beautiful, all of is completely different experience, right? Fat really does release so say, tidy hormones and makes you feel full in calm for longer. And then anytime you eat something that physically stretches your stomach stretch. Receptors calm your hunger as well. So gremlin is a really strong hunger hormone, that's like listen up, h it's time to eat, right. So we need to turn those off. And the way to do that is to pair protein, fat fibre, and greens or something that's going to physically stretch your stomach. So like juicing is my worst nightmare because there's no protein, there's no fat. There's no fiber. There's no greens. Like maybe you're getting some phytochemicals from that, but you're drinking that and all it's doing is spiking. In your blood sugar and ninety minutes later, you're gonna crash and Behan Gry. And what are you going to crave brownies cookies, pasta pizza crackers? You're not gonna go have a hardboiled egg now unless you're forcing yourself mentally to do that. And that is never longevity. That's not going to become a lifestyle. And so the smoothie was the easy, quick fix for my clients on the go, like clients who need to be onset clients need to be in a writer's room in. They have candy in bowls in the middle of the table. It's like it's a willy Wonka nightmare. It's horrible. I just I have to say what I'm hearing is that it's not our fault for like the way the we're eating. It's not I'm not this crazy monster. For craving, a brownie at three pm whatever fall, I did was drink juice, or try to die, quote unquote, like you're saying there's actual science backing up the way. This behavior is absolutely. So your blood sugar goes up at on average incomes down about three hours later. So let's say you had that lunch at twelve thirty. Well, you're going to go up for about. Ninety minutes two o'clock, you're starting to see your blood sugar starting to crash and by like three or three thirty your in the dumps with low blood sugar. But you're still full of this hormone that's putting away sugar, called insulin, and insulin makes you crave. Sugary carbohydrate foods. You have low blood sugar. You're having a hard time functioning, you're having a hard time writing, or, you know, like acting or whatever it is that you're doing so your brain yells at you to give it more sugar being the keyword reams rips. You a new one Ray stir inside me and my sugar. Monster is very angry. And demanding. Right. So what I've done is kind of take the guesswork out of it for my clients. I said, okay, well, if your blood sugar goes up in crashes down on average, every three hours is there a way to along that curve for four to six hours, so that you're not spiking up in crashing down, like Montezuma's revenge six flags and instead you're hanging out in the kitty area on the train? Rain like a low flowing like rippling river versus whatever swell is in the Pacific right now. Yeah. Like roller coasters, they scare me. I don't I want to be in the kitty area. Yeah. Think about making good decisions when you don't feel hungry gets one thing to look at a plate of candy and go into go into the writer's room and not have eaten breakfast. And then start to have that little crashing feeling and you know, whatever it is staring at you screaming. Hey, open me up eight me and you're like no, I'm not going to do it or not going to do it and not going to do it. And it's this fight with yourself. But if you go into something and your com-, here's like I don't need that. Don't press the button, don't press the button, and then what do you do press the button and the net falls over you and you're stuck. It's so true. Eating each meal, should be satisfying link it that envelops your body and soul, and makes you feel like ready to take on the next two to three hours. It shouldn't be a war. Your view versus your meal versus your body. That's like this is yeah. If I'm not if I'm not mistaken, your what you preach like the Fab, Four mentality isn't just about like keeping you sated and isn't just about the blood sugar. But it's also about reducing inflammation in the body to right. Absolutely. So. The first book body love, really explained the how to balance blood sugar and what the Fab Four was and why turning off hunger hormones is a body loving choice because you just don't end up in this place where you're making choices you feel guilty about, and when you do wanna brownie, you're making a conscious choice to be like, I'm an enjoy this, and it's no big deal. So book to actually, the whole first part is breaking down, what protein choices were making what fat choices, fibre, what greens choices and the best part about the fab four's? I have so many different types of clients, I have raw vegans, I have paleo Kito I have gluten free dairy free. I have Krones I have anxiety depression, which is starting in the gut. I mean, the correlation between gut microbiome anxiety stress. OCD ADD, the correlations were finding with the gut microbiome in these type of mental, I guess, ailments or disease states is. So tightly correlated starting in the gut. So it's about feeding that ecosystem and making sure that we're not making those inflammatory choices and the best way to do. It is not to mentally say, hey, never have a brownie again. It's to know will what can I do? Instead or what's a healthier choice? And I like using replacement tools not deprivation. So someone craves brownie at three o'clock. I'm like great. Can I get you some chocolate collagen protein, some almond, butter or olive oil, little see-saw blend, that with some cheer, flax tastes like a chocolate almond butter milk, shake? But it's really actually fuelling your cells calming, your hunger and kicking you're craving. Now, let's take a quick break. Hey, glow gloominess? I have a question. Does your furniture bring you joy? 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So what I taught you guys was blood sugar when you eat a meal that has something that is breaking down to blood sugar like carbohydrates, or whatever your blood sugar spikes up and crashes down three hours. So what they used to use as a tool to balance blood sugar was to never let you crash all the way down. So they great have breakfast at six am have a snack at nine AM. You know you go up. Ten eleven twelve have lunch, three o'clock, snack, six o'clock dinner, and so they're keeping you from ever being in a in a place of deprivation or crash. So that was the way to balance blood sugar before what we've learned is actually, the food choices that you're making can along gate that window can make you feel full longer. And it takes a lot of time today, just food, so and a lot of energy. So every time that you're, you're having breakfast, then you're having a snack. Back your reintroducing new food into your digestive system in your asking. For more blood flow, more enzymes, my more hydrochloric acid, and so many people nowadays have digestion issues. They blow ding. They have IBS constipation, and we're just never getting digestion. So I think personally that you don't need to snack if you're eating the right foods that keep you fueled. Because you won't wanna snack. I if you're turning off hunger arms you won't need to snack. You won't wanna snack. However, I do have clients that wake up have their smoothie have a lunch, and then they're eating on European hours. They're having dinner at nine pm with, you know, friends or whatever and going from noon to nine PM, I wouldn't say you should be fasting through that, and white knuckling it, because what's going to happen, when you get to the restaurant and nine o'clock you're gonna eat all the bread with desert. Yeah, I read you're gonna order you and be like all order to entrees, I'll just take leftovers. You'll eat them all. So when I'm hungry, I feel entitled to eat more, yet or something 'cause I'm like, oh, I'm in a state of starvation. Like my body has been burning calories for hours now. I need to really, really double down. Yeah. A lot of lies. I'm telling myself, there's a whole narrative, I've created mental like a novel calculating accounting via calorie Yakoutie a bad account. Let's just like that, like my clients my body going to jail. Yeah. Very much. So. Yeah. So in that case, I would say bridge yourself have a bridge knock have something that is a little bit of protein or a little bit of fat. You're having an avocado or hard, boiled eggs or nuts, or almond butter and celery or, you know, the all the regular offenders of healthy foods, depending on your lifestyle, you might be doing grass-fed beef jerky. Or maybe you're doing sprouted seeds like pick your lifestyle. We can pick a snack, but something that's going to calm you down, so that, yes, so you don't overeat late night because that's worse for you. Metabolic -ly going to bed having over eaten had a bunch of cocktails in a bunch of dessert, because your insulin sensitivity gets lower as it gets dark outside so insulin sensitivity, is your muscles ability to suck sugar and fuel from your bloodstream and pull it into your muscles sorts stores as fuel. Instead of storing as fat. So intermittent, fasting is beneficial because one, they're giving you a little bit more time to bring insulin down and to burn calories or burn storage sugar stored fat, but I think it's great more than trying to be the person to wait till three o'clock to have your first meal. I'm like eat like a grandma be done with dinner at five or six o'clock at night, and donate after that. That's the way that I love five o'clock dinner. You get you don't need reservations. You get in like I mean there are crying babies, but also just I like eating didn't early. 'cause then I don't go to sleep with, like a full stomach. And I don't feel sick. Yeah. And I think it's also this thing where we think dinner is supposed to be at seven or eight o'clock at night. And so there has to be a snack there. People are like, oh, will, I can't get from one to seven? So I'm gonna eat the between. But if you're eating and you're eating feel full. And calm, and you get home at five o'clock and can make dinner by five thirty and eat eat a real meal like turn off all your hunger, feel full, eat real food. Don't eat fake food, just to get to a time that society deemed is like dinnertime. I do find. I have it in in my head. Now that intermittent fasting is a good thing. And like waiting to eat my first meal until basically, I think my whole clock is off. And I'm eating lunch too late. And I'm finding that recently have been eating dinner around, like nine or ten sometimes, and I feel like it's really wreaking havoc on my body to really make an effort to kind of Rieger my schedule and get back on track because you really feel it if you're eating dinner that late I feel like I see a difference bloating is going down all kinds of madness. Yeah, there's just so much like out there. I recently read this article, I don't think it was new, but someone had sent to me, probably my boyfriend 'cause I'm always trying to get him to eat breakfast. He's like breakfast is not. It's like overrated all this. And he's this article by breakfast, isn't actually that important. And I was like, and it kinda got to me. But then I realized eating breakfast, that fills me up is really beneficial for me. Because then I don't have the late night. Savings. I'm not snacking at ten o'clock at night. So I'm like a big believer in a breakfast. Even though there's like all the fasting stuff, which I get. But unlike holding strong on big breakfast, I think is so great about what you do. I love hearing that you work with all different kinds of clients and one-size-fits-all, and you have vegans, you have raw vegans, you have paleo people, you have all kinds of people, but still like this, what you're saying what you're teaching people to do is. It's backed in a lot of signs but is relatively simple and easy to understand. And it just makes me feel like it's so. Right. And I love that anyone no matter what their lifestyle is, or what their food, choices are what their food sensitivities are can still get down with what you're saying, and I do feel like remiss if we don't talk about the smoothie, I know what isn't so this movie contains the fat four, so that's protein, fat, fibre, and greens. So I we pick a protein based on your lifestyle. So if you're vegan, can you do a protein if? Your pay or are you going to do a collagen protein? You know, based on whatever it is always look for a simple protein, something that has minimal amount of ingredients what you'll find is a lot of plant based proteins have thirty sources like buck. We keen, wall rice, P, more is not better. You can have five ingredients. The protein is just there to provide the protein and more limited, the ingredients are the cleaner. It is because we're building the Fab Four smoothie is really a real wholefood smoothie. Right. We're just using protein as a way to turn off that hunger. So twenty grams is great, most of the protein powders that you can get on the market. They're going to send you a jug. The scooper is gonna be for twenty grams of protein or somewhere between eighteen and twenty four. Okay. Then you need fat. So for the same reason that you'd put pesto on that fish like you need that comfort. You need slow the digestion of your meal, and wanted to tablespoons will do it. So we always start someone with a tablespoon. It could be like I said, chocolate almond butter chocolate olive oil or could. Be vanilla with KADO we might use lemon and spinach to make it really green. It could be coconut butter vanilla coconut butter. Maybe you're using some greens, and we'll get to like what else goes in there like blueberries or something. So, but always it just has the us look in your blender and go to have protein. Great. Do I have fat a healthy source? Great. What about fiber? So in this movie, the fibers that use our Chia, flax, acacia fiber. Celia m- husker. She goes she's going off. So the reason for that is to make it sick. I don't want it to be portable like a juice, or a nominal, can it needs to actually stretch your stomach and be heavy enough to turn off those hunger hormones stretch heavy? Yeah. This, so it's got to be thick. So my smoothies end up getting like if someone makes it the night before or makes it in the morning and then takes it to the writing room. For example, it doesn't drink at tell ten in the morning, but they drink it. Ten in the morning and then they're not the person asking someone to order lunch. They're fine. You basing who are you referring to. Kelly. You know. So fiber is a really key source. And the same just like fat, it's wanted to tablespoons of fiber fibers are really easy thing to add to shake, and majority of Americans, get less than fifteen grams of fiber a day, you can get would be a lot easier to get more than that. But think about it a Cup of broccoli only has four grams of fiber. Oh, I would have thought way more, same. I thought all veggies had a lot of fiber living in a lie. I know I'm constipation prone. So I I'm I'm living for this right now. I am. I'm the Queen of getting your movements going that I am all about the potty talk. You're princesses, so you're poop guru. And then leafy greens. So handful of spinach, you might use basil and a strawberry basil. Smoothing might be your jam, you might use kale. You might decide that you're going to use micro greens because you're like I don't like greens. But if I sneak in a handful of micro greens, they have fourteen times the nutrition as the full grown plant really easy way to, like sneak it, and not have to be a green smoothie girl, which is great. And then when it comes to, like fruit or superfoods, or what the majority of these shakes that you get out from any LA location are, are really just sugar and carbohydrates. So that's gonna take your blood sugar up and crash you down. Right. So we limit that we limit that to fourth a Cup. So it's blueberries blackberries or strawberries, or bananas or apple or pear whatever, but it's just enough to give you the flavor without taking on the roller coaster. So a quarter Cup of fruit. Yeah. So quarter Cup of fruit is, is where we max out and you can make any. Favor with that. So in my body love the first book that I wrote there is like spas movie with out fruit, and it's you know, vanilla protein avocado Chia seeds for fiber. We do spinach. And then I do a squeeze of lemons, cucumber and cement. And so it's really fresh vibrant. But if you pick a good protein powder, like the vanilla chocolate base of that really sets the tone. So you don't need to add an Anna, two dates coconut, water because honestly, I'd rather have a whole bottle Rosa than the fructose that you're ingesting these mornings. And there's only so much space in your liver. Your liver can only metabolize so much fructose before producing fat cells so called policies so happens really quickly. So when people can can't eat two bananas, two dates in a whole thing coconut water, but you blend it and put it in a Cup for them. And they drink it in five minutes. I literally did that last night when you're thirsty. A new attack. Smoothie, I mean you drink that thing like water, have you ever been thirsty and attacked soda? I don't wanna go there. But I've done it in the last like it's water. It's just like so satisfying. Anyways, sorry, those bubbles. That was. Yeah. Exa-. Yeah. That burn on the way down in fact, like corporate sizzle so corporate, it's so cold about that cold can. Okay. Let's stop. I'm so sorry to Senator Valley, I it was my fault. I'm I feel like you really opened my eyes on what's movie should be. 'cause I'm a Moore's more person. I'm a maximalist. I am. I mean, I will load that daddy up. I'll get out so much of my counter. I mean it is all, like in this we'll house, you know. Yeah, but I'll get out the hemp seeds and Chia season and on butter and the avocado. It's just like I mean, I'll pick and choose. I put in but it's like I can go crazy in that blunder. I was gonna say, I usually throw in, like half an avocado. Is that way too much, not at all? Oh, really? How much in the way that a whole fruit wholefood fat works like an avocado? For example. It's not the same as putting two tablespoons of olive oil on your shake because there's fiber carbohydrates in water in whole foods. So if it's a Costco, gargantuan, avocado, I might see a quarter but most of the time, they're like, small trader Joe's whatever having avocados, great, I'd rather. Have you put that half? Inaba KADO in your shake and go four to six hours and arrive at lunch alive and make these better choices than be, you know. Not satisfied and snacking on copy last week, we went out to lunch, Carolina nine a few girlfriends, and there was a weight. And I was like ready to kill everyone. And we waited for an hour and I'm just imagining an hour. It wasn't our Carolina. Aleph onta-. Oh, no. Oh my God. I feel like the last week on my, my entire Instagram. I'm like, what is this plays and some restaurant, yet it was the Hollywood sugar fish, and it was a lunch way. That'll do it. Yeah. It was, it was pretty shocking. I demanded not demanded. I politely asked for green tea's slurped down. Slipped on the green tea is I, I was a hero mode. I was so hungry by the time we sat down I had to order, more on top of the trust me for not saying it Kelly, but I'll say I was wanting to know I actually forgot about that. But I was like, why don't we just go next door? Sweet green like who wants to do that. And people were like really silent about it. And then finally someone spoke up and was like no way, and I was so pissed. But it was worth, it, it was worth that n we'll take a quick break gloominess. I'm here to talk to you about none other than our favorites concert Dealey harvest daily harvest is up in the breakfast game. Like no other. Okay. We're not talk. 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Well, we really need better nuts. What were you going to ask? Well, okay, so and then greens I can imagine. But when you say, fiber, because what, what would that fiber, what are some examples of fiber like a sweet potato so non starchy vegetables? So cauliflower broccoli, spare Agha's, more veggie, it's more veggies. And the thing is, I would normally I was gonna bucket it into, you know, like protein, fat and eat the rainbow or whatever the thing is many times, people try to be healthy, and they're like, I'm gonna just eat a big salad and it spinach and all and chicken, and but there's only like one or two grams of fiber in, like a huge bowl of spinach, and people just assume only agrees has all this fiber, but the fiber that were looking for that feeds got microbiome is coming from real veggies, like Christopher vegetables, like broccoli cauliflower the brussel sprouts, the note. To self Aruba and Keller both cruciferous vegetables. Rupa. Let's so non cruciferous. Right. So if someone has a hard time digesting cauliflower, or broccoli or kale. I always say if you go to sweep green get half a Ruge because there's a an amazing chemical Fido chemical inside of Christopher vegetable. That's anticancer detoxifying, it literally starts genetic pathway in every cell in your body called Nrf2. And what that does is instead of your cells talks vying every hundred thirty minutes. They'll deduct Safai every sixty minutes, I wanna quit droop down on your question. And I want to ask I would love examples of each like could you run me through like a plate of your. Yeah. I'll give you some of my favorite little meals that are in my. So one of my favorites right now is my shrimp, Scampi. So I do I do like eight to ten you know, shrimp and I saute those in a little bit of key. And in like a fry pan. And then I take zucchini Zoodles. So there is my fiber. Right. And toss those into the pan to kinda give him a quick saute. So I have protein, the geeze my fat. The Zoodles is my fiber. And then I take parsley chop up the parsley dropped the parsley on top there some greens and some red pepper flakes. And then I'll finish it with, like a nice cold pressed olive oil, some salt and pepper. Oh, girl, oh, girl. Well, I'm not a shrimp person. Okay. That sounds that sounds interesting. So here's a second dish that might joke. Your fancier something of that nature. A lot of knows today. Dr. Well, we tracked into this from the midwest has. No. That's all right. So my husband's Instagram is be bad by Chris, and it's really funny because all he wants to eat is like burgers, and fries. Pizza teriyaki chicken rice bowls, like so I've had to keep it real. I mean, like I grew up on pizza, too key does anything Costco, that had to offer like I wasn't eighties babies, so yeah, so one of my favorites is all take your rotisserie chicken, and I'll shred it, and I'll take some of the cauliflower rice and some broccoli and saute that in a frying pan with a little bit of coconut milk. So it kind of becomes like a sticky cauliflower rice with broccoli throw in the shredded chicken. And then coconut amino replaces cope yet just had me by some. It's really awesome. It replaces teriyaki sauce and soy sauce. So it has this like, sweet. Hanging sort of we tastes. So with the coconut milk or coconut cream in the coconut Amenas, it's a, my version of a teriyaki rice bowl and my husband loves it. You do sesame seeds and chives on top green onions. And so the protein is the chicken, the fat is that coconut milk or coconut oil or whatever you're using to cook? The fiber is the cauliflower, something green on your plate, chives, broccoli, whatever kind of have some overlap there and then. Yeah. And then basically like you're just doing that. Coconut amino, which is lower and sodium lower in sugar and fermented. So, wow, will you throw us a vegan option? Absolute Mike vegan ish. You know, sure definitely mostly vegan vegan. You're mostly vegan. Yeah. Okay. But unlike open, but I'm curious for vegan option. Okay. So I have to. So in my next book, actually it breaks down. The first part is all pro. Teen fat fibre greens, like what, what am I talking about here? Like give me the details. What should I buy that kind of stuff, the back half of the book is all lifestyles so Fab, Four for plant based diva t- fab for, for girl on the go? Thank like, I'm on an airplane every week and I need to know how to pick a protein bar at all my Hudson news, sort of. Oh, wow. Yeah. I have made some bad decision news. I have some gotten who I am an Gumy's. I've never heard of the brand size family generic dummies. Yeah. Well, then Toews. I don't even like mentos and I'm buying them. In mind tonight, I'm scared. We thing. We, we need to we need to addition. I'm bringing snacks on the plane. That's a done deal. Okay. So, so here's an example of one of my favorite like vegan fat for lunches. So it's a play on spring rolls. So we'll do a bunch of colorful veggies cucumbers carrots, the purple cabbage sprouts, big chunks Volva KADO. So I might use a whole of KADO in this dish because when you are lower in protein, which you naturally will be when you're plant based in vegan, we I really up the fat to make sure you stay full. Okay. And so then the sauce is a play on a peanuts us to like nuts, though, peanut flavor. I'm just like I'm never I'm not going to snack on to reach for a walnut. I went through a phase where I read about how healthy walnuts were in a really tried to make it happen. And I just couldn't that's like, well, there was that, like few months, where I was doing walnut butter my oatmeal, though, so shout out to those three months. Nut your. Friendly, but you're not Snapchat. I just don't haunt. It's unreal. Anyway. Peanut, yes. Okay. So we'll do like an honor a peanut sauce. So we're getting you, you know, twelve grams of protein in it in that in that sauce, that also has a little coconut, amino Senate and what I love is hemp parts. So what I'll do is, I'll do the peanut sauce. And then I'll do a couple tablespoons of hemp hearts, and those are really kind of they're really nice. Give a little texture. And so we'll just dip that spring roll in there. And it'll feel like it won't feel like you're eating a salad or being forced to eat just veggies being vegan. You're feeling full, the fats kind of, like coating your stomach and making you feel calm and we're getting enough plant protein about eighteen to twenty grams to feel full for four hours. Well, what's like the role part of so we, you can either use just a rice, paper roll like a regular, spring, roll, those are low in carbohydrates, so that sort of like a party plus one but. Makes you feel like you're not dieting. Yeah. Which I can't feel that way. Yeah. We're all getting. Yeah. And so another thing I do. With vegans is all do like a, a vegetable curry. So we'll do. Yeah. With coconut Mel, tumorous back and curry, and we'll throw in some chick peas and throw it over some cauliflower rice. And if someone really likes to have a little fun. We might slice them thin dates in that parsley since lawn DRO just got pregnant waves from talking. Are these recipes in your book, if so, so all the vegan won the, the curry one was in my last book body love the spring roll is coming in the next book book coming out in January twenty second? Okay. Yeah. How did you become who you are? You get interested in nutrition. How did you become a fabulous LA celebrity nutritionist like this just seems like you're one in a million? And you I don't know. Can I feel this one just with the beginning of the answer? She was a cancer researcher, right? I spent eight years in cancer genetics. Kidding me. Yeah. So my past life was working with a startup company that was spaced in southern California, and it was part of the Netherlands Cancer Institute. So we were taking new genetic technology, teaching on colleges on the west coast, how to. Implement that into their practice? So it's pretty amazing. Doctor might go to school for fourteen or sixteen years. But two years after they get out of school, a new technology that can save lives comes out and someone needs to be the educator in liaison between the technology and the doctor. And so. Yeah. I spent I spent eight years in that field and a required me to read a lot of research and be able to take studies and explain the outcomes. Two doctors, explain does it have is it correlation versus causation significant peeve Aliou? What is the population size look like because a lot of times, you see something, you know, in USA today, and they're like, coconut oil causes heart attacks, or, you know, war, heart disease. And it's like what are they referencing, and I'll open the study in it just it's completely correlated. It's like saying, you'll get skinny wearing red pajamas like. You have to use your intuition, and make sense. No. It doesn't make any sense. You know, so it's not a causation correlation someone's losing weight, and they're wearing red pajamas. So. New your stuff research wise while I can mind the icon mind the data. So when things come out and people get really heated about something really excited about something, I'm not say, like I'm just pretty monotone about most things. I'm like show me the research, okay? Is it a tool? I don't get something doesn't become like the word of God to me, because someone said bulletproof coffee is going to be the best thing that's ever happened. Like I might say, why does that work like okay cool? That's a tool all use that with clients, and I can say, this is why it works turns off hunger because of the fat. It doesn't you know, fat slows the digestion metabolism of caffeine, which can lower court. All it can support you to do intermittent, fast. If you don't wanna, you know, eat right away, and it can it's a fat fast. So it's good for you, and it would work. What are the reasons why it might be bad? Well, you know, their genetic mutations for people who have saturate. It'd hyper observers of saturated fat, or, you know, there is a tendency for saturated fat to kind of have an affect on your liver. So it just depends on the person. Everything is a tool. So I like to be consultant for my clients, and most of the time the question, I ask is what he liked to eat? I'm not gonna force you to easing don't wanna eat. And I just like find the things that you like and let you build your lifestyle. I am just like my life's quest, I think, is going to be turning off the candy voice in my head and something about Gumy's and candy I view it. I feel like I'm entitled to eating them, and I'll find I will like somehow find a way to like eat candy every day. I don't even know where I'm finding this candy but it happens. And I don't know how to find a world in which I am, like I know it's a food I shouldn't be eating. But then the minute I get into that. That's when I start getting hungrier for the candy it's out. Is this is wrong? I feel like I'm hearing all or nothing thinking a little bit. And you are an any also. Have to you have to understand what kind of food that is like in animal studies rat studies like sugar water versus cocaine and rats are choosing sugar water. So so you are a rat, the test came back. I mean I, I, I don't know. I don't even know what to say. I wish I were a rat on a skinny rat on cocaine. The fat girl who loves gummy bear, like what can I say? That's me. So, you know, my thing for you would be instead of trying to be all or nothing. Give yourself I like to call it bumpers on the bowling lane. Like let's keep you moving towards the pins in it's cool. If you sway site decide right as long as you're going, the right direction and nothing's ever a straight line past always crooked. Right. So if you know that there's a specific location at sells like your favorite single serving of dummies or sour. I don't know. I'm like thinking about what I loved. I know it's so funny to hear. You talk about candy 'cause you don't eat it anymore. You're like, I don't know those sour men. No. Watermelon. Patch? It was about that, candy that is what crack crack it's superpac. And that's another thing, too, is like I know that that's crack. I know how good that is if I opened one of those and I had one, I would, I would be like a drug addict like I would need to finish the whole bag wouldn't be like, oh, yeah. I had someone the other day told me they had they used to have like a half his own bar first knack. And I'm like the start me start cert- over with me, because you opened his own eight half of it, and then had the self control to close the other have disgusting flavor. That's one thing. But it back in you like that was never me. So I'm coming from a place of like all, or nothing open the goldfish from Costco. Watch every Disney movie growing up and eat the whole container like there was no off button for certain things in candies. One of those things there's no off. Button is not turning off hunger. It's, it's exciting. You you're releasing dopamine in the brain. It's a reward hormone. So I would say, you know if you're having it every day. If you could get to a place where it's only two times a week, and you give yourself those days and you say, like all right, I'm going to have a two times a week, and maybe you buy two and you eat both bags on Monday at four pm like, well, I gotta wait till next Monday to buy or Sunday to buy two more bags and see when I want to have these she. Yeah, you're right. I shouldn't think of it as an all or nothing. But just accept that it might happen. That's your twice a week on my on my journey just so you know that's the voice in my head to that ideal with. It's all or nothing thinking is like I'm constantly fighting that voice like yesterday. I was in a position where I was really hungry to thirty and the place. I was at a table read, and then they had pretzels like those giant jumbo pretzels, and I was like, okay after hard soft was like, I'm not gonna have that obviously, I'm gonna go get lunch. I'm starving. I'm gonna have half and then I ended up eating one and a half soft pretzels and I was like this is so bad. I did bad. I am bad. What am I going to do tonight? I'm just going to go and eat something else bad 'cause I've already been bad. And then I talk myself down, it was like, no, no, no, no. I was hungry. I hadn't had lunch. We're gonna just label that little misfit fit thing. We're going to call that lunch. And then no one thought ahead of okay? Now I just won't eat dinner. I'm not gonna have dinner 'cause I already messed up. No. That's gonna lead me to another problem end up engine again. So, like, okay, I'm gonna plan, I'm going to have a healthy dinner. I'm gonna have my favorite salad that I get at Mendocino farms, and I'm going to power through this. And I, I made it I made it I have so much love for that story because that is. A daily occurrence for everyone of my clients, like that, is what happens to most people who have ever tried to diet, who have ever tried to reach a body composition goal of ever read, one health and wellness article from sell for women's health, or name, a magazine name a blog, like you get one idea in your head. And then you're black and white labeling, something good, or bad. And I think what you did, right? There was the perfect planning 'cause it's not starting over tomorrow. It's not waiting till Monday. It's not waiting till the first of the month the first of the year, you went like no. What can I do at my next meal? It is always your next meal. That is, is the next chance to make a healthier decision and keep in mind, like, if you had that at two thirty years should plan for that meal at five thirty. Oh because they're you basically had a bunch of practice carbohydrates on their own. So you're. Blood sugars go up and come down. And you're gonna feel that crash at five thirty. If you wait till six thirty or seven thirty, you might have ended up getting amended Sinoe, farms, and feeling really like, okay, maybe I'll just get a sandwich instead. Yeah. So that's how you prepare yourself in another thing, too, is like, let's say, you did have those soft pretzels. But you didn't really feel totally satisfied by that. That's when I would use this movie with a client and say a smoothie as a research tool. I think it's good to address starts to your life at like you could have been sixty minutes after that soft pretzel. And you decided, I'm going to have a big green smoothie, that's nourishing to my body. I'm not going to think about the caloric load here. I'm gonna think about this. As a way for me to start this day over same goes for workout same goes for meditation. Find those things that you're not Depp depriving yourself, but you're adding to your life to re focus and change the narrative, and I get a lot of questions from our listeners about binge eating. And I'm really glad that we're. Talking about. I feel like the you're the first person. I'm hearing on air, like say the things that have really the tools that have helped me, some really glad that we're having this conversation. I also wanna add one thing that comes up for me, there's two things that I learned one is, there are no bad foods, which sounds like it's kind of an incident alignment with what you're talking about. And then, also that it's like for me eating think of a pendulum, like if I try really hard to be really healthy like exactly what you're saying about a juice cleanse that pendulum is gonna swing to the opposite side. And then I'm gonna be the ravenous monster rat drinking the soda and the going crazy on brownie and popcorn and whatever big meal binging, so yeah. I'm just I'm really glad to hear that you have that the mindset that is also the same mindset that has helped me tackle my binge eating issues. Absolutely like every little decision keeps you close to that mid line keeps you from that really. Big swing on the pendulum. Right. So you're not juice cleansing and blowing it out and Kabo for the weekend with marks and chips, and guac, and like that effort mentality because this doesn't make you feel balanced, but on the same token, you know how many times down with clients and balanced feels like perfection and they want their ball to stop and you need to say, I always have to take a step back and say, no balance, isn't having a perfect day, where your meals are all perfect, and everything is lined up because you're human your emotional, and we swing our weight swings. Our water swings. Homeo- stasis is the process of the body, that's always, regulating and changing and re-regulating our body state, and it's happening, mentally, and physically. So to try and stop your ball is actually, really, really bad, because you're trying to stop it trying to be perfect, and then the guilt is way worse. So think about the ball bouncing off the mid line. So say you had the soft pretzels, like, I actually don't think sapping of deal, but. What you did is you let the swing be small and steady the other way to that. Mendocino salad. And then you have your momentum right? We're never gonna stop. But keep the swing tight. Yes. 'cause I if I had made that choice like I'm so full so stuff and I had just been like, I'm not going to dinner musket inner, you know, at nine o'clock at night. I'm in the pantry. What is there in making bad choices totally now now for the real question while what does Jennifer garner eat? You are. I've seen her on your Instagram. I we gotta know she she's got the Bod. I mean, she's got it all to she does, she does work out hard. She works out Simone body by Simone so yeah, and smoking, I haven't app, Simone put out her. It's basically like hit training dance cardio, it's you can stream her classes, and then came to me because we've had a number of clients overlapping clients from revenge body overland, big, light clients, like Rawson, Jen garner who've had to get ready for roles. And we just we get each other. And I think we both hustle, and we're just to the point. And so she's like, hey will you do the meal planning? So there's a vegan vegetarian plan based and protein based meal plan option. That is inap- as well. So it's the first time that like workout it's been two different people experts in their field, sort of. A situation that came together to do that. So that's the BBS app if you ever want us in your pocket, but Jen gets up, and we'll do a body by Simone, workout. Wow. And then she has one of my smoothies, so she actually took the formula that is, you know, the Fab Four protein, fat fibre in greens and created her own smoothie. So obviously, she's incredible. Like should have her own food network show as well. I love when she posted about food. It's so awesome. She's so cute. Yeah. And it's she is my domestic oddest like she is goals when it comes to having a garden and chickens and have chicken. Yeah. She just makes a lot of home homemade food from scratch. She brings Honey from her bees to the set of HBO camping like the stuff that I hear about. I'm just like, of course, she does. And she's a girls girl, and she's so genuine in so loyal. And I'm I mean, knock on wood. I've had really amazing clients. But so she made her own sort of cookies in cream to me, this is the gen garner special. Are we really about to get an exclusive of the cookies and cream Jen garner smoothie I can barely contain myself? It's time to it's time to go deep on the and cream. So she uses chocolate collagen protein powder from primal kitchen. She uses almond butter as her fat. She uses Chia seeds or flaxseed. That's her fiber, a handful of spinach. And then she uses a quarter of a blue of blueberries, and it's amazing because it's a mix between the blueberries the chocolate collagen, and the almond butter that every time I have someone try it. I'm like, what is it tastes like because it looks because of the chocolate protein, it looks like sort of a chocolate cookies and cream shake. But every time I have dry, they're like, why does this tastes like hook? He's in cream. Doesn't even really have that flew barriers. Spinach flavor at all. And that's the best part about kind of picking the right protein in having these layers of flavor. Is that you know, even my husband who doesn't want to touch anything? Green is drinking green smoothies that tastes like peanut butter Cup. I that is an awesome thing. I've learned over the years is like you are a handful of spinach and anything you bundled up, you cannot. Hey, set. Spinach, it might that's been my overpower the color of this movie, but you're not going to taste it. Usually have a really heavy hand with veggies pack in so many that this movie becomes a tar, like a jungle like the floor of jungle kind of I'm, I'm back smallest always like too much too much greens. But yeah, I could never taste never taste that spinach, it makes you feel really good. And you're like I mean, I have clients who are it's more mental like they wanna put all the greens in it, and they want the superfoods in it, and they wanna know that, like you know they're putting adapted. Wins and CT oil and all the things and as long as it's balanced if the macronutrients are balanced like I don't care if you're putting almond butter and avocado in your shake and spinach and Ruge and parsley in your shake, like just look at look at the overall. What is it mostly? And if you have the components to feel full, I max out girlfriend, I'll, yeah. Max out max out with your with your cock out. So after this movie what is the what else does she eat? Yeah. So esters taking them. Yes. So she does have garden. That's no joke. And she makes she has a big salad every day, which honestly, I think that when you're eating raw foods like a raw salad is a great time to have it. A great to have it is at lunch like Friday, gestion purposes in all of that, like it's just it's bright and fresh, and it's easy, and social pick a protein, sometimes she'll have Turkey meatballs or chicken or, you know, sometimes. Black beans or whatever she's feeling like fat sources like seeds and avocado. She always has, like a homemade olive oil vinaigrette that she has like an assistant, that is also sort of, really supportive in her wellness journey, which I think is really cool. She's sort of a chef as well and will pack a lunch for jennif-. She has to get up really early or whatever they have, like this amazing dynamic which systems assist in. Yeah. And then when she's working really hard like she, she's having soup having to work late hours. Camping was a lot at night. So and peppermint movie we had some late nights to. But, you know, if you're working from eleven pm to three AM it's really throwing off your circadian rhythm. And so. I might push for a protein-based stack, I might say, okay, I want you to have celery peanut butter, or I want you to have a handful of nuts. I want you to have a hardboiled egg or want you to have another little like light protein shake in the afternoon. And we use that when she had, like big filming days where we give her a bridge neck and then dinner, you know, was more like a warm protein and veggies. She I know she makes a good, lentil, black bean soup. So sometimes a little bit of that. And, you know, like all of us a little glass of wine is doesn't always hurt, you know, so depending on her filming, though, like, if us filming really late, I might pull back on the call too, because alcohol can affect sleep, and she's getting so little than, I don't, I don't want her to be dragging, or cutting a hard time, making those healthy choices. So depending on what her what she was doing. It was really just making small. Tweaks in listening to what she liked and she needed and. Meeting, her halfway or allowing for her to have that creative freedom daily. And that's what I think, is, so interesting about light structure. I mean it's I created the Fab Four because I needed it because I couldn't be Atkins. And I couldn't be Mediterranean. I couldn't be vegan. I couldn't be I just wanted to go like, well, it, does it really matter of having a soft pretzel, or rice, like when my body digests that what is the end product? And if the end product is the same there are no bad foods. It's not about what you can't eat. It's about what you can, which is everything, which is everything. I mean, there are no bad foods. I say that a lot to my boyfriend. He's like, is this healthy? And I'm like, I'm like thinking about it. I'm always go to what's the rule. There are no bad foods. Right. You mentioned like long hours and how like when she shooting at night and stuff. And sometimes when I'm working our show. We have really long hours a lot of glow. Here workshops were there's long hours. I'm curious for that. Because for me, my go-to him, those situations is like slam that coffee like get through it, because I'm so tired. I'm curious what your opinion is of that? And what your specific tips are for if you are working long and how to keep your energy up, and like an afternoon slump kind of situation similar to that. Yeah. Like an afternoon slump or the slump from, you know if you're just the grunt. Yeah, yeah. So I would say be careful with caffeine. I drink coffee. I mean so many people have been like you're pregnant. Are you still drinking coffee because? A lot of people cut coffee out, and I'm like, I'm allowed to have two hundred milligrams. So I'm having a Cup of yards. Down. You tell them, you know, looking at the researchers anything that a Cup of coffee Cup of coffee is not going to have negative side effects. Like I feel comfortable with that, and some people don't and that's cool too. You gotta do. Right. But I would be careful with the caffeine because when we overdo caffeine, like I've had clients come to me, you know, basically dying to be skinny here in L A. And they're like the venti iced ice, cold brews all day long. They don't unders. Yeah. Thousand six. Yeah. They don't understand why it's not working. And the reason why it's not working is when you have too much caffeine, you're adrenal glands release adrenaline adrenaline can cause the release of cortisol a stress hormone and those two hormones together adrenaline in court Zoll 'cause your liver to take storage sugar and dump it in your bloodstream up. So all the sudden you're having a blood sugar spike because your body's like oh shoot, we're gonna. You have to run from a bear or alliance. Let's biologically prepare this person for it because they're going into battle. Right. You're drinking, caffeine to go. And so you feel like you're going into battle and your body repairs for that dump sugar in your bloodstream. So what happens? Your blood sugar goes up and you crash down. And so then it repatriate sport. Choices it happened to Jennifer garner to we have Ron one Cup of coffee a day. Okay. How are you? This may be the beginning of a new segment. That I'm gonna start because I'm really obsessed with knowing what people, how do you drink your coffee. Yeah. It totally depends. There are days when I wake up, and I know that we have a branch or something with friends, and I might lean on a heavy fat, like coconut oil or MCAT oil and blend my coffee with that sort of a modified bulletproof, too. So I don't pull a November. But so I don't pull like sugar fish where I'm ready to go next door. And tell if I can't get my like example. Yeah, that's interesting. So that'd be like a holdover almost if you're doing a later breakfast, yes, all use that as a pause double up on a do you do the MCAT and Aguigi, or do you sometimes? Yeah, I just kind of gauge my hunger like do I need to Abelson fat can get away with one. Are we going in two hours or we're going in one? And I, you know, I think we're always which is so funny, because food is everywhere, here in the United States were always so afraid that we're going to be hungry. It's so sad. But harith. Yeah. And it's. But learning to turn off hunger kind of takes away. So, like all us those little pause buttons like maybe thicker, more of a bulletproof style. If I'm in a branch, but if I'm going to have a smoothie for breakfast in it's going to happen within one or two hours of waking up, I might just throw a little almond milk in it. I like new barn a company mall, tree house. These are all almond milk without a bunch of fillers. Have you do you have thoughts on oatmeal? I think it's an interesting thing, it's not my favorite because I don't understand why someone would use oil. Well, it's just it's grain based oats, you know, and there's cross-contamination with gluten, and it, it when you talk about what you can get not any of these milks are so nutritious. No offense. They're not like a cashew mill gun almond milk. Coconut coconut milk. Real. Coconut milk is probably the most nutritious, like a ham. Melk something like that. But like an oatmeal and like some of these nuts, not milk's it's really just like a creamy water. It's making you feel like it's a milk, but it's not giving you a lot of nutritional density at all, but you're still gonna get more nutritional density from a nut or a seed milk than you will from like a, a grain milk. I need someone out there to make pumpkin milk. The it's one of the member Lee said that that's pumpkin. Seed milk is you don't have to strain it or straighten it. You just mix pumpkin seeds. You don't have to restrain at. Yeah. It's the same cashews to whenever you have that soft buttery type of a Melk. And also like if you make your own almond milk, the skins Popoff. Yeah. And that makes it way, more creamy. Oh my God. That, that would be Jennifer garner level work for me to individually peel off the skin. Yeah, yeah, it is. That's going to bear x level. So if you're not doing coffee to get through those long hours, is there like you're saying, like a protein snack or something like that. Yeah. I'll I'll use a protein snack. I'll use water. I love like little ladder. Yes. So we'll take like a lot of people are really dehydrated. So we'll get a really big glass of water will either do a green agreeing tab mix in like an eight g maybe noon tablet with electrolytes. I might do a spot of apple cider vinegar squeeze of lemon kind of that bitter taste, wake you up, and then reevaluate like twenty minutes later was I just really thirsty and tired or am I still really hungry? And if you're hungry, then protein-based knack is like definitely go to. But if you need another coffee, I think one of the best things you can do, do you guys. No forcing Matic foods. Oh, yeah. They're one of our sponsors, we love them. Yeah. So I would do like one of their mushroom coffees and I would pair it with maybe a coconut milk that is little higher in fat, because anytime you pair, caffeine with fat it slows the metabolism of caffeine. So you don't have such an aggressive response with cortisol and adrenaline, so you're not gonna have that fight or flight response. Another way to do it if you pair it with an adapted gin. So anytime someone has a massive coffee habit. I might say, can you put a little rodeo or Oshawa Gonda in your lot in the afternoon, or take if it's easier take a little rodeo at three pm guy? Herbs makes him in pills, Oshawa Maganga, you can get from now foods, you know, you just take a couple of those pills, and then have a coffee, so that you lower your body's response to that stress 'cause doesn't I know ash gone to protect your body against the cortisol also doesn't cortisol 'cause belly fat. Yeah. Most of the time. Most of the time court is all. Yeah. If you've ever seen those slim quick commercials does that, that little like shake figure, lady basically high cortisol? That was my that was my diet guru before meeting, you marshalls all my information that, that definitely is, you know, if you've chronic stress it, it's going to it's going to keep a layer on the body for sure of. Absolutely. This has been, I know you're an amazing wealth of information. You're so glo e in so kind like your kindness, your presence is like calming more important than everything else. This point. Thanks, guys really fun to be here. Yeah, I feel even if for just the last hour, I do feel like Jessica Alba you've been telling you what to do this week. And I just I love it. We also saw you work with Hannah, Simone. She's a friend of mine. Oh, awesome. And she will do this podcast. She said she will guys. So that's I also wanna tell people I talked to Jenny slate she's gonna do to those are coming. Sorry, esther. We. After I explain yourself as a tease for everyone teases good. But yeah, that's cool that you work with her. She's such a sweetheart and talk about. I mean like I was knock on wood. I've had a really pretty nice and easy pregnancy. But there are a couple of weeks where I couldn't put sentences together and I felt like I had mommy brain was little nauseous, and super tired. And our session was then, like she had just had her baby. She was coming back, and she was going to be filming, her new show, and there's a gag to my house, and we'll sit down and talk. And I got there, and I was about to like, throw up on her face, but also I had watched every single new girl episode ever. And I'm rarely like excited starstruck sort of an I just sat there was like this is real life. All of us when I say it would be an honor to be vomited on. I like to be my baby and I could be an honored, probably be more nutritious and some of the meals that I've had her husband is going to, like, have a talking with you like back off. Oh, no. He seems cool. Pretty joel. I'm like so scared to let you go 'cause I feel like I'm gonna have more questions, racking. My brain trying to think of more questions. I mean I it was just so amazed. I know meeting you and your Instagram is be well by Kelly. Okay. Good. That's going to be a great resource for everyone. Everyone needs to go, follow you and your book is body, love and book is body love, if there are people out there that are really interested in nutrition. I host a functional nutrition training program on mind body green with doctors like Dr Mark Hyman doctor Lipman. These are big doctors out of the Cleveland Clinic, and Dr TASR they go into hormones. They go into different lifestyle diets kind of understanding how to really like fuel your body for future. Wow, stern. I will be hosting a summit with Dr Pepper. How delicious quotas doctor Kevorkian doctor, Dr J eye? Doctors say. Thank you so much. Dr dre, Dr Drey. Actually couldn't book Dr dre. He was unavailable. Schedule your friends, maybe future. He'll be he would come on in the later date. He and hand. Oh, yeah. Thank you so much to meet. You hope that you'll come back. Yeah. Definitely. Oh my God. I even just hearing you say that. And now I feel confident I can unlock the doors of the studio and let you go since I know he'll come back to. He offering me sparkling water. I wasn't here. Oh my gosh. You're got us. Yes. We love you see everybody next week. Bye. Podcast network.
Jennifer Garner's Next Mission
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And I know that our consumers care about them. This is personal for garner who grew up surrounded by generational poverty in West Virginia for desert's, not just in cities, not just in rural America, but in central valley, California, which is the garden bowl for the whole country nutrition at the huge, huge problem. And that's part of why we have trouble really seeing understanding poverty in this complete because we might flick it with a little round belly and say, well, they're not holding. But they are and as an ambassador for save the children, she's working to tackle rural poverty across the country. Here's my conversation with Jennifer garner, and John Gorka, ten of Ron John? Thank you for being here. Thank you. Poppy, so different as we can with your mean, most people know you for your acting, not your business, not as business leader. But you are a business leader for you, John former CEO of Annie's organics, I will think of you every time. I look at my daughter's cheddar bunnies now together you built once upon a farm, Jennifer. What is it? And what's the mission? Once upon a farm is a company that is making cold pressed organic as fresh as it can be straight from the farm into the dairy section of your grocery store, baby food and smoothies applesauce and our mission is to deliver great healthy food. That is good for the earth. Good being good to each other be mission driven company and leave a healthier happier. Planet being mission driven company. John something you've written about pretty frankly that you want to focus on even more here than in your last being, you know, a B Corp, for example, how did the two of you meet and start this together. So it's a it's a funny story. So I was I'd sold in east. Mel is. I was there for a few years. And I was always asking myself. What would what's the next thing that I would do? I'd said myself, I don't know what it is. But it's got a really touched my heart. And so I was an investor a small investor in. Company that started in two thousand fifteen they they weren't a few stores in San Diego. And I'm Jen can tell you how she got connected with them. But I got a call from one of the founders, and he said, hey, Jennifer, Garner's, very interested because of her work through save and all the other doing she really wants to get in the food business in a real serious way. And she saw that you're involved and she knew about any. So she say come on down. So I was my my car. We got a flat tire on the way airport, of course, plane was delayed. So I was a half hourly for an hour meeting with Jennifer garner. She's like fleas. Yeah. And so but got there, and we started talking about, you know, save and all these things, and we really talked about social impact in the challenges that families have getting healthy food everywhere. And what what this new kind of company could do purpose driven company to drive better access and all that. And so we just connected, and we had a high five moment at the end. Yeah. It was kind of one of those moments of look I'm in if you're in. Okay. Well, I'm in, but I'm not kidding. No. But I'm not kidding. Luckily, you didn't like him when he was thirty minutes. Of course, not you bring up save. And I was going to get to that in a moment. But let's just talk about your work. Jennifer with with save the children, particularly in West Virginia where you grew up. Right. Oliver. Oh, america. But how you're up. I grew up in West Virginia, and and and really growing up surrounded by generational world poverty. And also having a mom who grew up in rural poverty and who benefited enormously from people giving her a hand up and she ended up going to college. And because of that my sisters, and I have had, you know, really adventurous lives and have known that we were going to go to college, you know, from the minute we were born, but I was surrounded by kids growing up who didn't have that same start. And it always seems really unfair to me. So once I was in a position, which is so strange to find yourself having a bit of a voice. I hunted down what we're gonna station at the most efficacy enroll America. And it was save the children. You have talked Jennifer about frankly, feeling powerless when you were a child and not being able to stand up for those friends and classmates most in need, I have seen rural poverty, I have reported through Kentucky through West Virginia. And the disparity in this country is enraging and it is. Getting worse. I mean, the income gap continues to grow, and you said Jennifer at one point I couldn't stand up for those children when I was a kid, but I can stand up for them and those like them now what how do you do that through this company? Well, save the children, we really focus on three things we focus on getting kids up ready to learn and reading at grade level by the third grade. So we focused birth to eight we partner with programs in the community to empower the the community and to help those kids flourish, then from when we hand them off in third grade all the way up through career, hopefully, and we partner with whatever we can find whether it's a police station where we work there aren't boys and girls clubs or things like that. But there is a police station, and we we really partner with schools, and so we're we're just working to draw everyone in to help foster a great community for the kids, and then advocacy work. And I spent a lot of time going, you know, state to state and and to the UC to. Yeah. You've called that congress. I mean, your powerful op-ed on CNN dot. Com a year or so ago here shaming congress into it's a social Justice crisis. Yeah. How so how does the for profit company once upon a farm tie into this? So the passion that when we first met, and I saw her passion for these issues, and we thought about kids nutrition in general, and obviously than these for a long time. So I had an understanding of what that would look like I thought I saw this big opportunity to really advance fresh food and make it more available. And so from the beginning, we talked about our mission to do this not just for people in New York City and high income areas, but to make this food accessible to everybody. So we're we're working through our product line to make this food. So help me understand that Jennifer right because when I buy this at home, I do for my children and the average price for a pouch on Amazon. Is it little over three dollars? Right. And so that's not the poorest families in America cannot afford that what are you doing to change that? I know that there's some work that you're doing through the government governor. Bac programs like women infants and children well in order to be in order to even qualify for wick. You have to bring the prices way down it has to reach a certain price point. So we are continuing to have it be organic fresh cold process all of these things, but we're also we're simplifying some of our our formulas. So that they are even more simple and will be very very affordable, not just for wick moms. Although we will be hopefully, the first, you know, hopefully, we have to go through the process, but the first qualify. Yeah. That I mean, isn't that a problem? What you just said the fact that food has to be X amount or or this cheap to even qualify to the people that need the healthiest food that may be more expensive can't even qualify for. Well. But then they'll they'll have because we do care about them very much. We do care about these women in these moms in these kids, and we believe that their kids have just as much right for this fresh healthy start as already do. Right. Yeah. Of course. I mean. Buffet calls. It the ovarian lottery right determining where you're born. And these kids have no say over that, you you as you lead this, John, I wonder what the lessons are learned from Annie's because you've written pretty candidly about wanting to create a company, that's better. And you you talk about mistakes that you made along the way. So I believe in learning learning mistakes and being honest and candid about him. And there's things that I wish I had done it. And he's that I didn't do like. Putting a paid family leave program in for for our employees. We had any his these amazing moms that worked for us and built this brand. And then I think of the challenges that they had when they had their kid, and they had to deal with all the issues of figuring out a gap coverage and all that so one of the very first things that we did was we developed a paid family, leave family medical leave program put it in place. It's basically twelve weeks for the the father, and the mom and then six weeks for the recovery for the month of pain weeks fully paid and only thirteen percent of companies in the US do that. And actually in the in the world, the US in Papua New Guinea, the only two that don't have cash benefits for parents, which is crazy. So we we wanted to lead there and be out on the front edge of that. And we think there should be legislation around that. And we think there's a lot of bipartisan support sport. So we want to be a compensates for that. I totally agree. I was lucky enough to have paid leave here. My husband had three months of paid leave from his company and took it, which is rare for dads. So. Pravo for doing that in congress. I know you guys are supporting the family act on children's legislation. I interviewed her about it two plus years ago. It hasn't gone anywhere. I mean, you say there's this appetite in congress patina for I wonder as someone who's been to the hill and has testified in his spoken to two members of congress. Is there really in-app tight in Washington to truly get something done because the family actors attacks would be attacks that we all pay. And I just you know, Marco Rubio has a different proposal. For example. Do you believe that enough lawmakers are going to come together and actually get something done for the moms that aren't me in you, by the way, we don't need paid leave? Okay. But we get it. So what about the moms it really need it, and the dads that really need it. It is. So I I don't know how anything gets passed. Honestly. I mean, we're just like Hungary in a way. And so yes, I think there is an appetite for it. But I think that the agendas are all battling. But what I'm even more concerned about is that the family back doesn't even touch the lowest rung. I'm really fascinated by. How we then help families for whom work isn't even a possibility. Right. You have said before Jennifer how you do anything is how you do everything. What do you mean? I don't jump into things lightly. And when I do I I do it with my whole heart. I take my job. I consider it a job with save the children very very seriously. I was in Arkansas last week. I was in lake Los Angeles week before that I was in you know, remote Washington state a couple of weeks before that I was in DC before that. So I I take it as seriously as if they ask me I go if I possibly can. And I make it fast because I feel the same way about motherhood. Yeah. I know you know, you in the morning out at night. Yes. And I feel the same way. I did not jump onto this company lightly. I don't just I don't wanna just be the face of a brand that that is not even even the brands that I am the face of him. A face of what what I take very, you know, I take it very very seriously. So what does that mean? Your role is in the company today what your day to day week to week everything that we've been small company with their thirty five employees. We all are utility players. We have we all wear a ton of hats, and I love being in at the beginning. So that I am in Bolden and kind of forced to jump into the fray in a world that maybe in the beginning. I wasn't as comfortable with. But I am comfortable and confident in what I the need that I see and the problems that ICS solving which are, you know, this whole new way this whole new category for babies and infants and toddlers, but because my kids are twelve nine and six I'm the one saying, you know, great. Let's expand our baby line. Let's go. Let's let's do all of that and move into. But let's move into lunchboxes as well. So you think you're going to have food for kids teenagers? One day. Well, lots of adults. I think I've read that you mix it with champagne or something that is possible. But a lot of people just have it, you know, in their bag and have you know for a snack. I know a lot of my hair and makeup friends between jobs, we'll have a little snack. But you do. I mean, you is that we're already doing it. We helped smoothies in a package that we launched right at the very beginning. In may those are doing phenomenally well in places like target and the whole foods, and so really just getting them out there and turning it into a kid nutrition brand really the all the way up to about age twelve and then we know a lot of adultery and eat some of these products because they're just real food fresh real food more from our conversation with Jennifer garner and her once upon a farm co founder Gian fork over after the break. Tired of spending hundreds of dollars for prescription glasses. Our friends at Zanny optical offer, a huge variety of high quality stylish frames and state of the art optics starting at just six ninety five. You can get multiple frames with this great pricing for less than one pair. Elsewhere start building your eyewear wardrobe from the comfort of your own home at Xeni dot com. With the latest trends in eyewear available in hundreds of frame styles and materials there isn't a better way to change it up for every season. 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And Spotify the baby food market is very saturated. I know because I live it, whether you know, I make food sometimes I buy food sometimes, my friend just launched Yumi this yummy UM. Sorry. I'm saying that wrong did freshdirect, you know, ordered to your house it saturated. How do you win? What makes you different? Oh, there's so there's a lot of players that are going at this angle of light. How do we disrupt and bring fresher healthier alternatives? But it's just starting the fresh baby food business should be much bigger business than it already is there's there's fresh pet food in almost in over eighteen thousand grocery stores in the US, but you up until September last year, you could only find fresh baby food in three hundred and it was mostly us. Wow. I mean, we do love our dog. But we're we're in about eighty five hundred doors now, so the way we're leading is we're bringing the the best widest range of products. We're going straight to retail because we think that it's really important to be super convenient and also affordable. And I think a lot of direct to consumer businesses and subscription businesses will end up being successful in this area too. But we want to be widely available with a broad assortment in dairy where we're where we are. And we're also we just announced really starting to invest in coolers in the baby. I'll where we know that those moms and dads are shopping. We wanna make sure that we've got a broad assortment of fresh food for them there as well. When you Jennifer are in rural America, and you're doing your work for save just talk to everyone that's listening or watching about the nutrition aspect of that. Because that's a lot of the reporting done in rural America. But also in cities like Detroit where they can call parts food deserts where a lot of the poorest families don't have access to healthy fresh food. How does that exam? Surveyed the poverty epidemic in this country. They're desert's not just in cities not just in rural America, but in central valley, California, which is the garden bowl for the whole country. You know, the the parents of the kids that we serve or the the families that we serve they're out growing and nurturing the the food that will serve our whole country. And meanwhile, their kids eat only what they can buy a seven eleven so nutrition is a huge huge problem. And it's part of why we have trouble really seeing an understanding poverty in this country because we might see a kid with a little round belly and say, well, they're not hungry. But they are they're actually really really just are not getting the fed the right nutrients, so their body kind of swells up the way, it does if you if you only have fast food, can you tell me a little bit about you said your mom grew up in poverty. Tell me a little bit about that. And how that shape you? Oh my gosh. Well, my mom had a joyful upbringing. And that shaped my sisters and me more than anything. She is the first. First one to say girls weeping may last through the night, but joy comes in the morning. I mean, she's like you can cry about this now, but let's get over it and get on with it. And she she grew up, you know, singing songs and playing Jackson doing bible verses and reciting poems. And while they did the chores and that set her brain up for school. So that when she got to school. She was ready to learn her neurons where firing her brain was exposed to all kinds of talk and play and laughter and poetry and words and vocabulary. And so she was able to succeed and and her upbringing enriched hours times a thousand I think it's part of why I'm so passionate about my kids knowing where food comes from because she was on a farm. I want my kids to really have their hands in the soil. You bought the farm. I bought the cloth lately, you literally actually literally on the, but it doesn't feel my uncle and aunt still live there. So it feels it's their farm. I'm just you know, I just said to them, by the way, guys I'm buying I'll buy it. But now we're going to turn it into a real. I just. Going to say so are any. I mean is there any tide of the business where you might grow some of the produce on the farm? So we're just there last week planting so yeah. So that's a yes, we planted fifty percent and trees seven hundred blueberry and we've squash going in. It was so exciting to watch. My mom's farm coming back to life. Do you guys have a position on John the government's role what the governments role should be in whether it should change when it comes to providing more nutritious food for children. I mean, I know it's not courting your business. But I mean, it seems to be quarter your ideology. Yeah. And I think that the programs the current programs that are out there with and snap like those programs need to be more focused on getting better nutrition into them. And also making sure that there's access to the right information through those agencies to be able to educate a lot of its education and a win and then accessibility. So it's very complicated problem, but we think that society should be doing much much more to get better quality food to those populations. And we hope to be a small part of. That solution really lead on it. But he prepared to do. Well, I think we've talked a little bit about one of the biggest things already. I think we can make a big statement by making fresh food available under the week program nationally to all the moms and dads that are in that program. Seventy five percent of the people in wick are below the poverty level with an average household income of seventeen thousand dollars. They don't have money to go out and buy a lot of fresh produce. And all that stuff. We can make it accessible, which I think is our vision. I think we'll be able to do that. That's a big statement. These moms teach me, by the way, when I go grocery shopping when I'm out, you know, with the other night, stay two one of them. Can I go with you, and they are putting together food stamps wick? They're figuring out. Okay. On tuesdays. The the the food Bank is full. So I'm gonna get this from there, and this from there, I always say to them, you would be running a company if you were born into my family, did you tell your kids about this? Because I think often about how do you raise kids in California me and New York, I'm. Have a life of privilege understanding, how lucky they are not becoming can tell kids that they are lucky, and I don't think you can tell them not to be spoiled. I think you have to live that way. That's my belief. I I think it's really hard to hear over and over you better be grateful. You better be you're so lucky I think my kids see it happen. They see their dad. They see me modeling kind of service, and they see it in the the larger work that they do. But they see it in like, hey, let's take dinner to so. And so from church, or let's you have to model it in like, for instance, in little circles rippling out into the big relief. Can't just it can't just be one thing that you do that that they see it has to be an overall conversation. They can be involved in any day. I'll talk about the culture. It's only thirty five people. Right. So far, so fun. But expanding. What is the culture, and who do you hire? And who do you not hire? So one of the. At any is one of the basement stakes. I made was I didn't define our mission and values early enough. And like I was there for a long time. And it was the mid owes. I did that. And then our business took off because it helped us really define who we would hire how we would act with each other. So when Jen, and I decided to get together here, we said when the first thing we're going to do is define that Zoe defined our mission. Did we sat down home Neil? I wrote out our core value so honesty integrity, being a company that will stand up for social Justice and positive social change treating people with respect even our competitors. All these things so we have a really strong set of core values, and we hire people that we know will represent those can't Kendra Scott. If you know who she is who's this mazing success story of building a billion dollar company told me last week be nice is overlooked too much in hiring. She said, Jennifer, I hire more on heart than on resume when you guys are looking at bringing in people to the company to grow. It is you're right. Yeah. I think absolutely. But you have to understand we have the benefit of everyone who's ever worked for John adores him and would follow him anywhere. So. Still we have a lot of people that I'm benefiting from, you know, from his great reputation, helping me hire some really great people. I can't we're we're incredibly. Parents let me ask you about that because you outlined, you know, your mission, and what the company stands for in your culture, increasingly we are seeing CEO's a big publicly traded companies speaking out on social issues, whether it is immigration, LGBTQ, writes it cetera. You've spoken. I'm John about immigration child separation at the border dreamers paid medically family, leave, etc. Do you see once upon a farm? This company your voice as one that will become increasingly outspoken on these issues that can be seen as political issues. And what is the role of company today in making their voice heard? Well, I I hope I hope that we have the platform that we can actually speak on things we care about like on immigration, the reason I was speaking on that is because I'm in the food business. I understand who's growing our crops where it's coming from how those families are being impacted by these policies. And so that's why I stood up on that issue. But I I think it is. I think leaders in in companies in the future. Need to be much more engaged and be willing to stand out there on these important issues. And I know that our consumers care about them. I know we're we're most of the consumers that by our products really are in our camp on these issues. Yeah. Absolutely. At the core of your millennials is our big millennial. Parents is the biggest emerging group of consumers, and they they're, you know, on the issue of dreamers, which I wrote about for example, there's wide, but it's it's it's wide bipartisan support, there's wide popular support that there needs to be something done, except wait nothing has gone. So that's the frustrating thing. Like, we talked about earlier, but that doesn't mean that companies shouldn't stand up at for those things. And and be heard, you know, I mean, I remember Jennifer's just maybe five years ago that there is no way that a public c- of a publicly traded company would come out and speak on these divisive issues. They'd be too scared. Their employee base, which is not all line with one political view or another would lash out at them would be unhappy at cetera that has totally changed. I mean, what's your view? Now that you are co founder of this company being outspoken on these issues, I think that you are absolutely allowed to have a point of view. And I think that as long as the the bulk of the company feels the same. Way the company can have a point of view, certainly if it affects people who work for us. I personally try not to put a pin in anything in with too much force because I work on both sides of the aisle for stay the children, and has and has an advocate, I need to keep all lines of communication open. But when it comes time to compete campaign. I don't shook from that more from our conversation with Jennifer garner. And who once upon a farm co founder John fork over after the break. Hey, guys. It's poppy Harlow in this week's episode of boss files and exclusive interview with Dr Priscilla Chan, you may not know her name, but we think you should at just thirty three years old. She's leading what may just turn out to be the biggest change agent in Silicon Valley the chance after Bergen initiative. She's the wife of Facebook, founder, Mark Zuckerberg. But her profile is rising and not because of who she's married to. And the fact that she is sitting here today a Palo Alto. Valedictorian Hedy attrition entrepreneur billionaire and mother of two is in her words a miracle. Check out my conversation with Dr Priscilla Chan. When we look at what has happened in terms of women and women leading companies last year and a half has been pretty disheartening. We've actually seen the fortune five hundred companies. Now, we now have twenty-five percent fewer female CEOs five big knee women, including ingenuity at Pepsi. Make Whitman at HP enterprise have all stepped down all of those CO roles. Held by women have all been replaced by men. How important is it for you? Now is a female business leader Jennifer to have more women represented the top it's so very important. And I think that our paid family maternity paternal Leah is is huge part of that you have to make it possible for women of a certain, you know, all of the women who are coming into their power are also coming into motherhood at the same time. It's so incredibly hard to make these decisions to keep moving up and John called us early on and said there are a couple of great women here. I want to give a big promotion to and. I feel like we need to be promoting from inside. And it's great. I couldn't be more thrilled. One of the amazing things that I watched happened here recently in the last six months is two of my colleagues on the air anchors reporters were on maternity leave and they both John got promotions while they were away. And I think that's big star management. But it sends such a message to all of us. How do you see it as a male leader of this company who admits that he's made mistakes on the family leave front before elevating women? Well, I always think of the leaders that we brought in to our company, and we're probably eighty percent women in the company now on the senior leadership team represents that too. I think they're such powerful smart capable people. They should run this company in the future or other companies. And so I always think of investing my time to help develop their skills and giving them the best opportunities succeed into whatever. Wherever they want that to go in their career, I sort of hate the term work life balance. But only because for me, it's not a balance. It's a constant juggle. Yeah. Like yesterday work. Wade. I was not a great parent yesterday. But today hope I'm going to be a better one, right and sometimes work takes over and sometimes family takes over you guys talk about that. And here's one thing that I read on on your website that struck me we dream of a company filled. With co workers. We're happy to spend time with every day that offers a balance between work and life that every parent needs. How are you Jennifer working actually create some semblance of work life balance for people, and what does that actually mean the companies can do for them? They're asking about my specific work life balance. What are you guys doing leading the company to contribute to that? I think that we are flexible, I think, we're, you know, I think that in order to be a successful working women and have any semblance of balance, and you need to have a certain amount of flexibility in a huge amount of trust. We have unlimited PTO unlimited days time off due or one of those one percent of crazy companies that have that pulse net. Flicks. Who did that not actually crazy? What it actually is is an affirmation that your people are really talented, and they can manage their own time. And so we're just a performance culture. We say here's what we want to do. We want to do it together. I trust us much as a as a person to make decisions about how you use your time. So how much -cation do people take the end up? We we've only done this now for about a year. No, they don't -absolutely don't abuse it because the your culture draws in. We hope to draw in the kind of people that wouldn't abuse it. And and I think that's where that's where you give people credit for being competent capable of managing their on time and the challenges that they have bouncing their personal life. It's difficult for everybody. A your father. Awesome. Could you guys? Oh, I have to and I can't sleep. How has being a dad shape pay leave this company? Oh in so in so many ways understanding the challenges that parents face, you know, my kid my youngest is twelve now my oldest is twenty five. But I remember when I had that whole pack was at a much smaller age, and we were a public company and all this stuff. And I remember the challenges of it. It was it was brutal. And also, I was my my wife was working as well. She's an educator and her job allowed her some flexibility. And so we managed it together. But it gave me a real deep. The standing for first of all how awesome moms are like. It's true. And so that's that's really impacted the way I think of our company, and what we are trying to do for moms and dads out there and to be real support for them in a help and dads. I mean, how awesome dads are like giving paternity leave. He's so helpful to the mother by the way because they can go back to work feeling like they have that. That's the whole reason that we exist is that I made my child's baby my children's baby food. I had help cleaning steaming you worrying, it's so much work. Oh, track of what you frozen. It's a whole thing. Sometimes even with help. I couldn't get it done. Yep. Me too. When you open a jar of baby food that has shelf stable, and it's like, months and months older than the baby. You're feeding it to everyone. It's like a joke. You would be like, oh, you want some baby. And no, no way. Meanwhile, though, we're all willing to say, oh, my dog has human grade food you can even eat my dogs. But this is this is solving that problem. So it's a way. For when moms are going back to work or when moms are harried, but they still want to give their baby that really great wholesome fresh real food. We can do that. That's part of why we exist. What's been the biggest lesson is this the first business you've run, I think it is. Well, I mean, I had an ice cream business when I was little baby Jay babysitting CJ ice cream. See we were be core of so. Yeah. Other than those. Once fit. What does that been like for you? What has been the biggest lesson learned the biggest curve ball easy? Find a leader and follow. Find a partner and stick next to them. I mean that that's been John for. Yeah. Absolutely. What have you learned from her? Oh, I've learned so much. First of all, lots of factual information deep understanding of these big issues. Like, I did you make baby food for all four children. Oh, yeah. Oh, my kids were older, we weren't really doing that. But we were probably buying the first organic baby food that was on the Mark now. But I've learned so much from Janice passion, how to how to influence others. How to how to just bring a true energy and excitement that permeates the Horrigan ization. It's incredible. The passion that she has it how it influences our culture, and our people, and our brand, and we have a great partnership open, honest dialogue. When when we're doing something that she doesn't like she tells me and vice versa. And it's really great. And we go out, and we do a lot of customer calls together. And it's just like the most amazing thing ever. I wanna talk a little bit about this moment in America, the metoo more than a moment to movement. Right. He'll see chain. I hope it's more than a moment. Hope. So right. Hope the world my daughter grows up and and son are far different. How has it affected change shape? How you lead on as a male leader doesn't change much the way I lied because. Because I was never that camp. Like or how you put your head around some of these issues or see them. No. I think it's it's elevated the awareness of my myself and other leaders like me about how we have to really put. Put these issues out front and make sure that we're willing to talk about the uncomfortable things about maybe somebody says something not here this company but impasse lies. Maybe somebody says something about the way somebody appears when they walk into the officer, whatever these these things which would have been brushed off in the past as of male dominant culture. But I think we just as leaders have to be totally embracing that this conversation is real, and it's actually a generational change. That is that is not going to turn back twenty years from now five years from now two years from now, it's going to be more intensive so I hope so I remember talking, you know, six months ago to rim court Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg about this. And this is like the path that she has paved for so many of us, right? Jen. You said that you don't want to quote, let your sisters down in this metoo conversation. What do you mean? I mean, what do you see as your role as a public as a public figure as a woman sisters? I mean, my colleague my peers my little sisters. Yeah. I think I I feel like I I want to be a leader in the movement because I can be, but I think as much I I don't want to go out and make huge promises about what I'm gonna do. I want to live it. I wanna live it and insist on being treated a certain way and insists that women around me are treated a certain way. And yeah. Well, it's not. I mean, I was just thinking about it for you with do. All right. It's being a leader in corporate America company and Hollywood with all of these issues that your feller fellow actors have faced right face them. Yeah. Even just even just being the one of two women on a set of you know, one hundred men that is that is ridiculous that doesn't reflect the world that we live in and yet it's all of our own experiences. So just simply the fact that women have been silent off. And actresses who only see each other at award shows are now gathering to have these conversations and getting to know each other and saying, hey, will you support me as I, you know, Natalie Portman, and Reese Witherspoon called me up and said, we're Natalie's husband was doing something with the Los Angeles dance project. And they said, hey, will you come and support? And I sit yet they never that just wouldn't have happened. They wouldn't have reached out to me directly for before. And said, we know you now I mean, I've known Reese time, but they wouldn't have said will you do this with us? And I said, yeah, I'm getting off a plane that day, but I'll be there that and it's going to be fast because I have to get my kids to bed, but I can do it. Yes. You know, has it has it happened to you have you been harassed? Oh, you know. I don't need to get into it. I've had uncomfortable moment. Everyone has. But there's certainly nothing that you know, that is worth trumpeting because I feel like an anomaly that I haven't I mean, as I interview all these women who've gone through it. I think it hasn't happened to me. Why isn't it happening? Me. And why should I feel lucky that it hasn't had like why am I one of so few you know, when so many people have? In that same way. And I do think I just think it's I think it's luck. I think kind of having an an Amish carriage about you. Good. I think could be that it shouldn't be that as we wrap up for both of you. Neither of you had to lead this company or start this company to make money, right? You took the company public, etc. Should've could've written out in the sun to what do you watch on your kids to say about you one day in terms of my dad built this, and oh, I think it goes to the improving kid nutrition and really making a difference. And and being a company that sets an example for what purpose driven company should be in our society business should play a really positive role in making positive social changes, my view, and I want this company to be a legacy that people can remember for that. And I played a small role in that with an awesome team. What about you, Jennifer? What I think about this law and my kids are young. But I think like when they can talk. What do I what do I want them to say about me one day? When do you want your kids to to say, gosh, I my son the other night after church they had done. A teaching kids. How to pray thing? And one of them was pray for someone who's strong. And he said, my mom is the strong one. And I pray that she stays strong and healthy. And as smart as she is because I wanted to be that way. So if they can just think that and if this is part of that, I'm good. How does he six at six years old? It only gets better and better you're gonna love, and I also feel guilty for not going to church enough because my mother calls every Sunday to ask if we're going to and I'm like, you know, trying to. Until they were bigger can always cutting. It was how you do anything everything charring. I'll let her know. Who's your hero? My mom may dad my sisters. What about you are worth you? Go guys. Good luck on this journey. And thank you for talking to me. Thank you very much. Thanks so much for listening to this episode of boss files. If you're a new fan of the show, please go to apple podcasts or your favorite podcast app. And subscribe while you're there leave us a review in Madison Howard doing as always follow me app, Carlo CNN. 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So they're on a hill somewhere And then the other is then delivering meals in Burbank. And the clearly we're delivering meals in Burbank. Because they were next to like Zion's said Burbank. I looked it up the cool. That seems like a normal place to be delivering meals. I buy it where are they? Where are they currently saying so they were on a hell so that points to a couple of areas? I think it would be completely implausible that they are in Hollywood hills or above west. Hollywood like I'm the Sunset Plaza area because it's just There west side hustle issues. Obvious I agree with that. I think they're westside people because Meghan mother is she's aaliyah but she's on the West Side. I believe yeah. And there's there's more privacy and more mechanisms for them to stay relatively hidden on the side but I do agree when we were looking at the background of the photos they did have a certain. Hollywood hills vital to modern house. Yes it was a modern house that is common in the Hollywood hills. But I just don't I don't see that I guess you could. You can go over the hill and get to the valley fairly quickly but I think that would be so wild did. I just don't think Meghan would do that as she's very carefully cultivating her image. So I've been thinking about it. I think they're probably close to the getty up in those hills which is also wear like Jennifer Garner lives and for all five access but also close to the ocean. I think that makes that. They're probably not that close Jennifer Garner because if they were close to Jennifer Garner we would be aware of it because the Paparazzi are closer Jennifer Garner. Because they're also close to Ben Affleck and auto rbis rand so I think that's right that they're probably west side Ish. I they have to be in some sort of gated community. Yeah I think you're probably right. Yeah that's a good point. The other that's been rumored Is Beverly Park which is like at above Beverly Hills? Basically it's where it's where Villarosa or at least a banner pump lives is possible but I think they're probably like someone with good 4:05 access and in that also could be on the other side of the four or five which is like Belair Ash. Basically so I think they're either Brentwood Canyon or Belair. That's just my just my take. Have you noticed that? Do you think you're projecting at all? Because any time I ask you about where you would live given unlimited resources and or where you would recommend that celebrities or people with a lot of means live in Los Angeles four or five accesses a common theme with you. Yeah I think it's important for them. Okay expand on that for people who are not familiar with Los Angeles. It's a highway with Carpool Lane. Which is essential. It takes you valley for shopping and like Sushi. And it's just like a line of demarcation that I think people associate with. I think that if I was really rich I would live in those fields hills. Close to Griffith Park for probably or Melba. I have been running past that. I've been doing a lot of running on those feelers boulevard. Which is Bono says hills Because it's very wide and so you're able to keep a much further distance away from people except for cars. Go racing down those fields boulevard and yell at them if you have been driving down those boulevard and a woman has been saying rude things to you from behind your car. That's me just steph way I slowdown. There's room for everyone but it does look very beautiful in those hills. I think that's a great choice. That's Mark Ronson was living that is was living. Yeah where do you think they are? I think Westside Bel Air or similar someplace where there is space and also I do think. Some sort of gate gated community. Just some Bas- you know most of the celebrities. I have been thinking about gated communities because on the aforementioned runs that I'm going on I run by a very small gated community That's between Los Villas Boulevard and Franklin Avenue. In like it's Kinda Hollywood Hills East. Pretty it's between Hollywood hills and the lowest field is hells and I believe it is where Angelina Jolie lives and several other celebrities. But it's gated and they're they're very nice subtle gates that's where will be delivered right. Yes because that's Angelina. Jolie bought that house but it just is very clear and those are just. Those were the streets that I can't run down and that's fine. I have other streets that I can run down but I can't imagine them going with all of the speculation and the tabloids will they buy this Malibu House by that Malibu House and while they live here in there if there are other houses visible in the photos of the house? They're not buying it because they need a certain amount of physical barriers so I think probably somewhere in the west side hills is the best case for that. Yeah I agree with that and also like it's not likely but it's possible the house. They were photographed outside of their which brings us to the next photos earliest. Not where they're staying because it seems like there's some suggestions they staged the photos of them delivering the meals in Burbank. A what is the? What is the grounds for that? That because we got security cam footage and then there are Paparazzi photos. They seem aware of the Paparazzi. Yes just just that they were doing a good deed and they are caught in the act of of this. Instead of just basically like allowing for the I don't know if it's true basically setting up the photo op so that it wasn't so that security cam footage wasn't being sold essentially. Yeah I could see that. I wouldn't be surprised I will also say I. I have to imagine that are the single. Most in demand photograph that exists right now and Paparazzi need to to even if we don't we both consume their work and feel really queasy about it. I'M NOT GONNA pretend to be above Paparazzi photos when we spent ten minutes being like well. Do you think it's this neighborhood? We're really not but I'm conscious conscious of the conflict inherent there but so I do kind of think. At some point they were going to be found by the Paparazzi now were. They wasn't intentional that they were found doing charity work. Possibly but I'm also you know. They're out there delivering meals to people who need it and a time when we need to do that. And I'm just not going to criticize it at all. I think if you're listening to this and if you can either give to the ringers find your local food bank or two frontline workers or if you if there's anything you can do to help anyone in need right now that it's way more important than anything else we are discussing and so if they arranged it in order to remind people do that. That's fine. It's not what I would do. But it's fine. Okay yeah I agree with you. I mean they also they are staging photos. It's great to stage photos doing a good cause not going walking. Your dogs are going to get coffee or go down to walk you know. I think that like their intentions to do good are definitely there. They just make so many other bizarre choices and that leads to the statement they put out on Sunday night which with more context becoming a little clearer. Why did but it's still pretty strange. Let me just read it. It was longer than it needed to be. So we'll just read pieces of it. Essentially they put. They basically said they're no longer going to be complicit in working or in any way work with us on the Daily Mail the daily express and the Daily Mirror it also includes the Mail on Sunday which is part of the Daily Mail essentially and all right. So here's what they said as Duke and Duchess of Sussex now settle into the next chapter of their lives no longer receive any public support. We are writing to set a new media relations policies specifically as it pertains to your organization so this went to before outlets though. It doesn't necessarily say that in the statement like you. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex believe that a free press is a cornerstone to any democracy particularly in moments of crisis at its bassus per free press shines light on dark places telling stories that would otherwise go untold standing up for what's right challenging power and holding those who is a system to account. This is very Washington Post to them. Democracy dies and darkness Moving on we'll skip a few pieces here. It's gravely concerning that. An influential slice of the media over many years sought to insulate themselves from taking accountability for what they say or even when they not be distorted false or invasive beyond reason when powers enjoyed that responsibility trust we all place in this much-needed industries degraded. There's a real human cost to this way of doing business and it affects every corner of society. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have watched people they know as well as complete strangers have their lives pulled apart for no good reason other than the fact that salacious gossip boosts advertising revenue with that sad. Please note the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will not be engaging with your outlet. There'll be no cooperation in zero engagement. This is also a policy being installed for their communication teams in order to protect that team from the side of the industry that readers never see. That's kind of the most important paragraph They also said what they don't do offer themselves up. As a currency for the economy of Click Bait and distortion we are encouraged. This new approach will be heard and respected. So it's came out on Sunday night and was like pretty immediately derided by both fans and critics alike. Yes sir I mean this is timing and I think this goes for everything that they're doing which is just spectacularly bad timing and making things about them at a moment when just it's really were not focusing on these petty problems and we're not focusing on these issues. We have larger problems and more important people. Focus our attention on but they they do. I feel for them. It is bad timing. The reason that they released this on Sunday night it came out or my best. Guess probably has something to do with the fact that they're the first hearing and their lawsuit against the Daily Mail. Is this week this coming Friday? And since this statement The court documents that had to be submitted for that hearing have started making their way into the press and there are a lot of the text messages and personal communications between Megan. Markle and Harry and her father and Other information that I'm sure that they don't want out in. That is being raked through in the Daily Mail and every other tabloid and and that you know I have read and you have read so at some point if they can't control the timing of the court hearing which apparently happening like via zoom conference then. They can't control that. This information is coming out and it is personal and I do understand wanting to do something. I wouldn't have done this personally. I still think they're getting like absolutely terrible advice. Just like the worst. Yeah absolutely I also think why. Couldn't they have acknowledged that this information is coming out like? I think it would've been better to be like our our court case in our continued fight for our privacy and to uphold the laws of the UK continues this week and as a result sensitive personal materials will be disclosed. We ask that you respect our privacy while Blah Blah. I mean I think it's completely reasonable to be unhappy that these that this information is coming out. These communications are coming out. I think it's completely reasonable to want privacy and you know. Obviously there's like a fine line as we love to dissect all removes but like try to do it from a safe distance and respect that I think to like continually trying to like make what they think. Believed TO BE PROACTIVE statements. About like what they will not be doing is so it comes off as a juvenile and entitled and I think that's the real that's really the essence of it is like it just feels amateurish and like not fully thought through. Yes they're trying to be both above it and get reap all the benefits from it and it's a very have your cake and eat it to situation and you just can't do that. I agree with you. It's perfectly reasonable to express your dismay that this information is coming out in public and that everyone is allowed to read it. I also would be upset. I do believe that as members and benefactors from their royal trust they had like a certain responsibility to the public but it does not involve a private conversations with your parents. It does not there is a line. There is a basic right to privacy. That was not respected here. So I think even you know suing the press gets in like icky or iffy territory right now for larger reasons that we really don't get into in this podcast but I also understand the case that they have against the Daily Mail. I just don't understand why you can't say were suing because we don't like what happened and then after you win you say we won an hour no longer going to be speaking with them right. It's just this whole thing of making a big to do of what you're not going to do. Just draws attention to it creates a vacuum that people can fill with all sorts of things. And it just doesn't make any strategic sense. Yeah the other thing is already said this. They said this in January. They're not cooperating with the railroad so we get it we know that already and also the best way to not cooperate is not just to ignore them just stopped giving them the access and they won't then they won't really have the stories and they'll have less ammo against you. I don't I don't understand why they usually proclaim things all the time. They're no longer royal proclamations not necessary. Yeah I agree with that and you know. It's a little bit like the conversation we were having last week. Ignore ignore pretend that things don't exist whether it's a commentator or the Daily Mail because they've that's the only power you have and getting someone to go away is not giving them attention if you give them any attention. It keeps fueling them now. I do understand in both cases. Actually why would personally be very hard to do that like especially the Daily Mail and the UK tabloids are going to keep covering them regardless. And they're gonNA keep being vicious and unfair and probably printing a lot of lies and printing a lot of things. That are just unfair. And if you're you know you're a human being and I think you can to some extent feel like the humanity and the outrage in this of just like. Please stop doing this. Please stop interviewing my you know half sister or whatever who just says terrible things about me all like that is human and I really get it and it is very hard to sit not respond to those things and that's why you need a PR team and that's why you need a bunch of intermediaries to be handling it for you so that you don't swing at every pitch but yeah you just can't just don't do it. Ignore it as best you can. Because that is the only way that they will lose power bright and there needs to get their side of the story out. There is like so intense. But you know you just gotTa let it go guys. Just I understand how hard of that is like. I know that look very easy for me to say that but I don't think they're doing themselves a lot of favors. No one does the other. Tricky thing here is that there is like wanting an invasion of privacy and just wanting the attention to go away and there is wanting attention on your own terms and this seems if it were just the former. I think we will get your statements. I think we would. Honestly we would see last pop razzi photos but it just is this sense that it's not. It's not that they want to hide. It's that they want to be living on exactly their own terms and on the one hand I get it. I WANNA live on my own terms as everyone in my life knows every single day but they really want the attention and they want to be able to to benefit from the attention and there is something that just seems like misguided about their strategy and also again at this particular moment. It's not really. It's not what anybody wants. Nobody really wants to be giving them attention right now. We have more pressing issues and it would be a great time for them to actually have a functioning charity or arm or something where they could use their platform to focus attention more towards causes that need it right now and they don't and so again that's a little bit timing on a little bit bad planning and a little bit and a lot very very bad press strategy. But it's it's not what you want. No it's certainly not and then I my favorite updates been Harry. Come from Jane Goodall. Whenever she did she says it. Harry misses the UK. But like of course she's lived their whole life and now he doesn't so. I don't know it's very hard to know like what's actually happening that who knows I was thinking. Can you imagine how weird it must be to go through this for both of them? This tremendous life change and then as soon as it happens you know the whole world changes to and they're just in some rented house. I guess they've just been in various rented houses for the past two years. Yeah and they are more use than others to not really being out in the world and to being cut off from people. I guess that's sad but must be very strange to be so far from home. Yes especially when yet? I mean you know his his dad had it. Oh it's so weird and his dad and his prime minister but I suppose I duNNo. I hope they're happy and I think that's also gonNA continue to get uglier as the Court case goes on. I hope that they hire some publicist. Some real better. Some different ones from the people who are currently advising them because it's not working. No more statements do just just do what you can i. Yeah I feel for them but also they opened this lawsuit. You Know Yeah I. It's not even really the lawsuit that is necessarily bothering me. It's it's it's everything else. Yeah keep your head down and try to help other people Harry Meghan Good Luck. We will continue to look at photos of you and Phil Phil. Mixed about it. But let's be honest. 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Subscribe to the wire way down on the whole wherever you get your podcasts and now Amanda last week we spent an inordinate amount of time or perhaps a reasonable amount of time on Brad Pitt. He was on celebrity. Iou and since then. Nancy Meyers has caught this show. I want to say I was very touched by the many many jam session listeners. Who Sat me and you this. Nancy Meyers Instagram Post. I felt seen and known and understood from faraway. So thank you to everyone. Yes over the weekend. Nancy Meyers posted on instagram. I will just a video of Brad Pitt. Hugging one of the property brothers and it's a clip from celebrity. I owe you. And here's the caption. I'm on day. Forty one of my quarantine so I maybe seeing things but it seems Brad Pitt is on property brothers. Whoever did this for me? Thank you multiple exclamation points. Sound up all caps Bingo exclamation point. Great stuff absolutely love it. Ansi Myers is like in the great category of people over fifty using instagram. Who are sort of like sharing their the delights. They come across as they happen. And you know it is delightful the sort of the distance with the platform but the genuine nature of the message is very pleasant and I recommend following Nancy buyers. I really do. I have a request which I understand that. Nancy Meyers is a film director and not an architect and builder in any way. But I do feel that a Nancy Meyers director's commentary of celebrity. Iou would be content. That I personally would really enjoy. And so it seems like she's in quarantine. She has some time if anyone listening knows. Nancy just consider it. I Bet Nancy has some thoughts on Santa Monica Flatlands. You know what I'm saying. There's hard to fathom that she hasn't had a design show. The homes are a hallmark of her her movies. Let's get her and her production designer onto a TV show. I think it's a great idea. I mean seriously that person. It's got to be the same person all the time. Haven't looked into this but I just assume continuity of aesthetic. You know let's start with a three minute instagram video. That Nancy Meyers can do from home. Nancy I believe in you Brad Pitt also popped up on some good news. The John Krasinski web show. That is very charming and as Brad Pitt. It's really we should just say also on this show he hosted a stay at home prom from billy eyelash and the Jonas brothers I mean people are really committing to some good news. As is John Krasinski. Who's just all in? I didn't used to like John Krasinski. And now I've had to revise my opinion also because it seems like everyone else likes him like famous people not famous. People everyone yeah. I slight the Homespun vibe of this still. It seems like he was like I don't know I should just try this and everyone else is like. Yeah Okay John. We'll try it with you. It's like it's like the Gal Gadot. Imagine gone right sort of right. I just like you must be so bummed that a quiet place to didn't come out and he probably carved out all this mental energy being promotional front and center mode that he was like a here. What should I do with this but I really admire that? Instead of sulking or being movie got delayed and I don't have anything to do. I don't know that I would find the positive energy to do something but I admire that he did and I really admire that. He Got Brad Pitt to do the weather. Which of all the Cameos of course this is. It's like that's three second cameo that I want to focus on but it was really important because it really is just like a now the weather and it's three seconds of Brad Pitt. Sticking his head outside of home and being like it's Nice And then it's over that's it and he's he's wearing the same hat. It's a new brand. Because he's wearing a sweater amid green crew neck sweater. It looks like kind of a very vintage J. Crew Nineties J. crew situation which I really liked and I would love to bring back for myself and for others in my life and it was definitely analyzing the skyline behind it to try to figure out where exactly Brad is located. Though I I do know that he is along the hills east from where I am a bit. I have a general sense of his location but was confirmed it was a little bit lower in the hills than I expected to be. Quite honest looks like an arts and crafts style house to me. Just based on the very little we can see yeah which is But again I'm assuming that it's his house because everyone's at their home right now but Brad Pitt is one of those people who own three to four houses in the neighborhood. I know that he is also friends with several other people in the neighborhood. I believe that is also where David French our lives. I'm told that SODERBERGH is around there as well so he could be. You know borrowing someone else's home the likelihood that we are seeing Brad Pitt's actual living quarters to me seems quite small. Even in special circumstances he is very private and I think he knows better than that. But it looked lovely. Yeah it does. It does look lovely. Also who doesn't want to bring back J. crew of like the turn of the century Great Times Great Chunky cotton? It's sweaters which I happen to love. Personally I love J. crew from like nineteen like when the Pacey and Joey Catalogue of Nine Hundred Zero Creek Cadillac worse of more doing oral history of that catalog so that exist that was really really formative for me and I definitely. I'm sorry for the children who are listening to this. Who weren't born then? Also I guess thanks for listening to old old people do a podcast but that was very formative catalog for me. That specific Dawson's creek one but also all of them. I mean I remember. I bought so many ill-fitting Khakis because I was like. I think this is how I need to look and I need to try out the different shades of the Khaki Elsa the color naming was so evocative in the cloud and album and it spoke to me. It's best young letters definitely see phone green. Yes yeah moving along. Let's talk about some things that were we're into right now like I don't know what you're what are you reading right now. Manda Right now. I am reading this sequel to a year in Provence by Peter Male. Have you ready your progress? I have not. I've heard good sue. It's something that had been recommended to me by several people as kind of like escapist French travel literature I watched under the Tuscan Sun a few weeks ago and everyone was like okay but a urine provides is actually make sense and is better which having now readier prevents. I can confirm that. That's true but yeah so it's it's about a British man and his husband who I think in the late in the early nineties moves to provide a house and it's just about his first year renovating the House and Learning About Provence. Senate is entirely escapist and really lovely and I found myself looking forward to reading it at the end of the day because it was so soothing and then I would like stop reading to explain to Zach like how you hunt truffles. And why did you know that? Do you know the number one problem with using a pig to hunt. Truffles know what he might eat it. Yeah and then you have to fight the pig to get the truffle away but obviously pigs are quite large so then. You're like wrestling a pig. So people prefer to use dogs that have been trained like pigs or whatever. I know a lot about trough hunting. If in the ninety S if people want to ask me so I I finished reading. It was very delightful and my next big. Reading project is actually that. I'm GonNa read Wolf all mental and then I'm GonNa read bringing up the bodies which is the second and the third in the trilogy just came out so I'm going to try to do all three. That's like my ambitious reading but I guess it was Sunday night. I was supposed to start my ambitious reading. And instead of starting my ambitious reading downloaded to your boss this sequel to which I have to tell you. It's kind of like disconnected essays. It's really peak. This book did really well so I guess I'll just you know empty the contents of my new book yet. It's not as good but I'm having a lovely time. What what I'm reading planning to read. Okay great love it. I don't remember why but somehow I think we'll get back into some Sarah vowel. Who's like one of my favorite writers and I'm reading partly cloudy Patriot. Which is her essay collection from. Two Thousand Two. And it's just great. I'm also really liking reading. Essays like reading to time and then putting them down and like having a lot of like small bites to come to and Sarah vowels my idol like just in terms of body of work and the way that she thinks and I'm really enjoying reading some like uncomplicated. American history with like injections of like pop ideas and I really recommend that. She's just the absolute best. I just feel like I don't know if I could be someone else. It would be Sarab al. Probably I really love that for you. I'd like to have her mind. I was also going to say I would love for you to have her incredible money but yet to both would be great for you. I also admire Sarah. I have found that I have been doing comfort reading before this. I I had life after life by Kate Atkinson on my IPAD and it was late at night and I don't know I just started reading it and then three days later I had reread the whole thing and that is a very upsetting book. I was about to say it is a interesting book to read Right Out. There are some parallels and but. I find I find the way that she writes comforting if not the subject matter so and it was familiar and then I did move from that to a year provides so I'm not trying that hard everybody but yeah I mentioned the Wolf Project because maybe people here will hold me to some sort of accountability. Now that I've said it out loud the other thing just to follow up so we talked about Camilla. Parker Bowles is reading list last week two weeks ago recently on the podcast and I was very excited as I imagined on the podcast and I went to my trusty libby APP. The library was very sure that I would be able to get all of these books like fourteen week waits for all of the Camilla Books. They are extremely and demand. Camilla Parker Bowles is influence is quite strong and or she's picking books that are very popular that I'd never heard of but so weightless for like five different books but the earliest one is going to come in a month so I have to find some way to fill the. How will you feel your time? Well probably by reading one hundred pages of Wolf Hall and checking the Libya everyday being like. Is it ready? Is it ready? And then maybe one day it will be anyway. I'd like to recommend to you. The new show ethics Belgravia Julian fellowes. Down Abbey's new show. Yes I watched two episodes last night. And it's like just as you'd expect from Julian fellowes like a a a very beautifully designed and spoken and British accents. Soap Opera and man is a great. I love it. It's really good to crucial characters. Die In the first episode. So that's all you need to know. I believe it or not have actually read Belgravia the Julian fellowes novel wow this is adapted from Julian. Fellowes has several novels that I recommend to people they are the Julian fellowes experienced by in novel form. You know again. It's not Kate Atkinson but they're pretty good so I'm looking forward to it. I just kind of have to arrange my various streaming services so that I'm able to watch it but that's definitely on my list there's a free epochs trial on Youtube. Tv right outs. It's really great. Okay that's great to know. Have you been watching Mrs America? No going to. Its next on my list to deal you know I am. I've really been enjoying reading. I feel like I. It was hard for me the beginning of quarantine but now especially with essays. It's Real I've really been getting into it. I'm like Oh fifteen minutes like Oz reading asa and that's been really nice. Yeah I also finally got to a place where I could boast read and I have been watching more movies which is good. Because I'm supposed to for work but MS America's the first TV show that. I'm like oh I'm I'm excited to watch this. That's great that's a nice feeling it's about Phyllis schlafly and whereas Steinem and the fight about the IRA in the seventies and it starts. Kate Blanchett is Phyllis Schlafly and Rose Byrne as Gloria Steinem and everyone in every other not every other but many actresses who you admire are in the show and it's very smart and while made so I recommend it. It's fun it's on Hulu I'm in. I'm I'm definitely planning to watch it. It's been really a lot of TV. I caught up in Westworld so I've just been busy. I'm not caught up on Westworld. You don't need to catch me up your top celebrity instagram right now. Thanks so much for asking I still if I had to pick one place other than my home to be. And this isn't one of those things which like pick a table even though you know what? I think those are kind of fun. I always know exactly what table I would sit at. It's very clear today but this is not a pick a table this just if I had to be anywhere else it would be in the Union Wade household. They seem to be having a great time. Eilly do they're just they'RE TWAIN. Wade was like cooking deep. Fried Red Velvet Orioles the other week. He was just doing cooking tutorial for no reason and they're playing games. They're in the pool. They're making means I just. I would like to be a part of that household. It's every day I go to check in and I'm glad that I did. I'd like to be in a home. That has the Peleton. I think we can assume that. Have one similarly. I feel like I usua- curry's like having a great time in quarantine is well not to say great but like first of all. She looks great these days. She clearly pull really committed to working out a lot. I know she has Palestine I think she cooks lots like their home. Seems good as well wants to meals for me. I'm really getting sick of taking care of my own meals. It's like my least favorite part of life right now. I'm enjoying it but as you know I like cooking so I find a ridiculous amount of a brain. Real estate is committed to. What will I make for the next meal? And when am I gonNA start making it and and I'm trying to you know? Avoid waste and make the best of the resources. So it's like a puzzle of like how will I use this little bit of this? Can I do this? And maybe if I'd like pickled onions I can put them in this other thing Pickering London's pretty easy. Did you know he didn't yeah? You just pour vinegar over onions and Polo salt and sugar. If you want. That's that there was a great episode of the Magic School bus about pickling about cucumber into a jar so that's the basis of my information about pickling in general. I mean that's that's it. That's how you do it so. I have been enjoying it but it was already a hobby and like something that I enjoyed in a way. I just find that my brain shuts off like when I'm shopping signing. It's one of the only times that I just actually not thinking. So that's good and mileage may vary. Can I tell you the other thing I really got into you? Yeah okay well you brought up the Peleton and it made me think of this so my preferred exercises running and when I can run in Los Angeles safely and medicines. I've been doing that but it's like Ben Rainy and I find that exercise is like I'm in a better mood. After I do it. You can know the days when I didn't exercise so Kenmore. Now who is a media personality from the two thousands turned author and basketball fan and ringer fan? Thank you Martin L. She was one of the early. This was not a name back then really but she was one of the beauty bloggers. She was and she. If you're interested in media stuff. I recommend her book had a wreck. Your Life it's very niche but she has a particular voice anyway. I follow cat on twitter and she recommended the workout videos of a celebrity trainer named Kit Rich. Who IS JENNIFER? Lawrence's trainer among ratings and a great name Kit Rich. It is a great name and cat was saying that the videos are thirty minutes long. Because that way you'll do them and that was really appealing to me. And that I just Kinda felt that Cap Martin Allen I would have the same tolerance for bullshit in this particular area and so one day when it was pouring. I haven't gone outside. I was like okay. I'm going to be influenced by Cameron and I'm going to do this video. Which is on Youtube? You can find it on Youtube. I put it on my TV. I loved it. I can't stand this sort of stuff as you know. I hate organized anything but especially finished glasses. I you are one of the only people who has ever got me to go to a soul cycle class and I did it with you because I like doing things with you I. I have otherwise not gone back because I really don't like people telling me what to do. I loved K. Rich I just really liked provide. It was thirty minutes as promised which is really useful. It was incredibly hard and I did the modified version of the workout. For at least fifty percent and really seventy-five if we're being honest but there was just something that was not annoying about her. When she was giving you encouragement I was like okay. I will accept your encouragement. It's very hard for me to accept encouragement from people so if now is finding someone who's like positive affirmations you find palatable that's the key to a workout class like Howard the affirmations delivered does it sync up for your personal needs right and again. I JUST WANNA say thirty minutes that which is just. You can do it for thirty minutes as soon as you get to forty five. I'm like well that's a lot of time and I don't really know whether I have that kind of time but I don't know if you also benefit from an endorphin boost or looking for something else to do. I really recommend kit rich. Thank you to get rich. Thank you thank you to Jennifer Lawrence. I guess I also could understand how she fits with Jennifer Lawrence. It was a little bit of a. I WANNA say not taking it too seriously. Was the vibe while also being a good workout I don't WanNa. She was ahead of her time. But I feel that I have a new appreciation for Jennifer Lawrence. I feel stick has become really commodified in a way. And she's no longer doing it which I appreciate but like she was really into vendor pump rules very early she was. She was fairly early in terms of like being cited to meet Kris Jenner. Sort of like being the relatable celebrity is now such like a normal state of celebrity that I think we take it for but she was kind of early. Yes I think that's a great point and I think this confirmed to me that she has good taste and she's doing it out of her own interest in authenticity. It's like I was like oh I get it. I understand why this works Rio and I and I kinda like it too so I'm gonNA check it out. I've only done one can rich video which is like the most popular one. But I'm thinking about trying another one. Youtube is that where you go. It's just on. I mean you can find her website. But she has a youtube channel and they're all right there and their thirty minutes. I think she's also been doing some live streaming during the during the Corinthian has also been doing some stuff with. I think. Baby the baby which is a Charity that a lot of celebrity mothers specifically work with but seems to do great work. So you can do that and support a good cause and also feel like Jennifer Lawrence for thirty minutes. I'd love to. I'M GONNA check that out. Thank you for the recommendation. Thank you everyone for listening. And we'll be back next week. Hopefully I present them Harry News. Well also hopefully other topics as well who knows the celebrity landscape holds by Amanda Juliette?
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I don't know touched touchtone. You know, you're. Reading a great time without you. He'd be nothing. Right. I think frankly, the fight that he didn't recognize that there's embarrassing. It is. Opportunity law chocolate. It's lovely isn't it Russia? My just rest at done now. Right. He's never been on about cat. No. You must be accurately. That's true of your own podcast. I don't want one. And I've said no to everyone. But I can't say no to your apparently. And so here Mosey excellent Iago Newburgh. So you gonna make just don't want you to have stuff you do have. I'm john. You're going to. Critique you're gonna give me some sort of marks of ten. We'll see I don't know what on need to write down. I understand. David Tennant does a port cast with. Jennifer garner. Jennifer. Thank you for having us here in your beautiful home thinking after hours. It is. It's critical. I'm in my pajamas. I like that. I wish I was in my pajamas. I felt like you'd feel most comfortable seeing me this. I. I do if I could have I would have had matching ones for Uber. Well, we won't miss the much. We do. Well, no. But it's interesting that we're hearing even because I've known you for about a year. Now, I know I'm not aware in that calendar year that you've had a day off because you pack it in doing the verified that we're hearing your beautiful home in an evening because it was the only way we could fit this in you have I would conjecture a work ethic of sort of Scottish Presbyterian proportion. Well, I don't know if that's the case, but I do feel a kinship to your work ethic. As I know that you come from Scottish, Presbyterian royalty. And that you are built of such stock. Then I will I would just say, thank you. But where do you get from? Is it a sense of juicy is a sense of you just love doing. It is a sense of. I don't know. But it guilt it grows every year. Does it there's more? I have more of whatever it is than. I did five years ago in more than I did five. Just is it drive or is it panic or no, I don't think it's it's more of a realization of how much you can accomplish in how much you can do if you write focus in dig in. Are you able to switch off or does the thought? So. Yeah, it can switch off. Okay. You're, but you pack it in. I do I do in some ways, I always have when I think of college. I think I booked every single day with stuff back to back to back to back without ever leaving time to go to the library. So there's you know, there's just so much. I wanted to do and I still feel a bit that way. But it all happens. It's just not pretty. Was this sort of way of being with us something that was imprinted on you as a child you are making notes what nosy making I'm re-. I'm drawing stars. Okay. And I wrote matching pajamas just see you just see notes. Was it imprinted on me? No. I don't think. So your parents hard workers. They are. Okay. They never stop. Okay. So that so that was something that was I saw imprinted a new, I guess so. Okay. Very Scottish Presbyterian ask I just remember my dad coming home from a long day of work and starting to mow the lawn. Even though it was dark, and my mom making our clothes making our food, everything she made everything she did all the housekeeping, and she told us we were kids, and we should enjoy being kids. And we shouldn't we should focus on that. You're born in Texas. Right. But you moved to whom we gosh proper interview over. That's so funny. So funny that you're doing this. Yes. Yes. David tennant. I was indeed Allston West Virginia. Yes. Tony for someone. Who's never been there? Tell me what that means. It's an enormous move, Texas is everything you magin, Texas to be it's big personalities and big hair. And an I in hats, an idea of how you should that you are Texan and my dad. Is very very Texan. And it's very important to him that my sister's night are Texan our family has been there forever. I mean, my dad's name is Bill, Jack and his sisters were wanted joy, and vir? Pearl and vir? Pro went by candy, and my grandmother was exc- may and my great night. Yes, exactly exactly mythical names, and they definitely suit. My my dad who is actually pretty quiet for a Texan. But kind of has an austere you just don't mess with him. He's very solid and for us to be transferred to West Virginia. When I was three my sisters, and I see as this incredibly happy accident because west Virginia's the opposite in every way, it's an underdog. There's no there's no hubris about West Virginia. They are expecting to be the joke of the news. And they often are, but there's a that means that the people there have. A different kind of personality. They are all about their character and personality, and they're all full of stories and full of you know, crazy teeth, and it's just like it's another. It's like it's a generation behind on this. But you decided not to stay there, and you decided to become an actor or dancing. I I- danced all the way through college diets through Colin jazz me through and then in every summer of college, I would work at a summer stock. You have summer theater in quite the same way. I remember, my friend who was undocked who Ardley. Oh, yeah. Claudia? I don't remember. But she worked with you clear. She might have gone by Claudia FOX at the time. She won't be as she did. I didn't find out than two liter. But anyway, I went to see her in a summer thing at the in the lake district one-timer. But so I know that it was slightly different from what we we're doing. It was that professional it was that hurt my mind. Well, the first summer it was a non-equity theater. And I lived in a little shack behind the theater. I was the kind of the manager of the chores in exchange for the money from the coke machine. And that was the only pay I got for the summer, and I gave myself the worst choice because I was scared because I was also the youngest person there. So I did the bathrooms, of course, you did. Because you to the difficult job for yourself. We'll right because would well, you would I would others would not do that others would see that as a way of the difficult tours. Oh, no, no. What makes you such a special person note? Well, I'm I can really clean and good bathroom. David. Sure. I bet you can't see if you can add that to my face is it possible. I just I don't know. I don't know. How you add it Wikipedia? I think is very difficult to do is it. Yeah. By the Livia Coleman on this furious that they'd put her age is eight years older than she was. And she couldn't get them to change it. I don't blame. Her don't cook. She could not go to changed. You can't just food out and go. Hi, sorry used. Sorry. You go. My Adrian clearly mistake. Let's just the. Ear years. Oh, that's bad. Oh furious. You can imagine. So I don't know how to change your Wikipedia. Just in case, you think just in case you think of those service, I'm offering. No, she'd never made it she'd never met. I think tend to produce a certificate or something in the end proved. Oh, yes, serious. But we are did acting come from as an idea where did you think would you would you would you watching TV and thinking I want to do that. Never. I never ever wanted to be on TV or on in front of a camera at all it was old theater based. Yes. Uh theater. Joe? Parents take you to choose. They did they were really good about that any time we traveled we would go to my dad traveled too much. He had frequent flyer miles back when that actually meant something, and we would go to London or wherever and we would stand in the half price ticket line. Right. And I saw in one trip. I saw les mis and phantom and I saw a Vida. But I really didn't think that I could do it. It seemed quite I mean, I always say because it's true. I grew up thinking that Gilligan's island was a documentary. It didn't occur to me or I just didn't give it any thought that they were actors who are, but you are aware that the people in the stage where performed deed. I was. Okay. Indeed. You weren't that. Crazy. I wasn't that crazy. But I didn't think like, oh, I'm going to go up and do this. It was just what I did. So that by the time, I said to my mother and father. I'm switching from chemistry major to a theater major. They said, of course, you are. It's all you, do you should just go ahead. And learn what you love and they were fine with that. They were fine with that. Which is really saying something considering 'cause they presumed there were no precedence around you. There were no other -solutely not. And it wasn't even that I was planning on doing it for a career. I thought I'd go on to law school or go back, and do whatever I needed to do to go to medical school. I didn't think that I would actually do it. And you certainly know thinking about movies. No. There was a whole film world at my in my college. I I never I never. Dealt with it at all, really. I never took a film class. And you go to did you watch movies were you a movie fan or it's hard for me to sit and watch a movie I wanna be doing. I don't wanna be. But when I do I'm so glad I do. Okay. But it's too long sitting still you feel a bit panic that you're know. I just feel as you might. Well, this was nice. It has to be really good is that why you moved to New York rally in New York. I finished some working I worked in a strip mall in Florida. There was a theater in a strip mall in Florida that ended up being closed for tax evasion. And I from there I went up to visit friends in New York additioning for Utah. Shakespeare, which was something I really wanted to do. And which I got, but I got it at the same time as I got to New York, and I went on a bunch of additions outta backstage. And I got them all I got three in one day three jobs. Wow. And but they were for horrible little theaters in the middle of nowhere and somebody and I was just had beginner's luck. I think I just walked in. In and said, hi, I'm from West Virginia. I just got here in somebody said you should meet with agents to figure out what you're gonna do. So I ended up meeting with an agent, and she said she kind of was messing with me just for fun. And she said show me a Shakespeare monologue show me a comedic show me a historical, and I had them all in my pocket until I just did them all and she said do a contemporary, and I was like oh do something from this. So I just did all these. And then she said sing for me dance for me. And then she sent me an audition, and it was to understand the plan Broadway. And I got the job and they ended up staying, right? Where was that the roundabout? What were you understand a month in the country to gain you have with your with Helen Mirren, ROY you weren't understanding her? No, I was under studying Katie Irby, you made a one hundred twenty five dollars a week as an understudy at the runabout toes so broke didn't have time for a restaurant job. 'cause you're there all the time. And I didn't. Have the guts to tell my mom and dad that I was so broke. I was living on a woman's kitchen floor for four hundred dollars a month. Then it got off the equity bulletin board. And I find I got a cold. I got a really bad cold. And I went to CVS didn't never credit card. Thank god. And I put on a check a bunch of cold medicine and the check bounced and any way took me awhile of checks bouncing before. If I finally had to call my parents and say, I've been bouncing checks, and they had to give me like five hundred dollars. I was so embarrassed. But I got during that I said to my agent. Oh, it's fine. I'll go on anything. And she sent me on an audition for pilot for something for a test. I'd never been to LA and I flew out because I needed the hundred and fifty dollars per diem. They were gonna give me and it was a day off the play. So that I kind of it was a Monday. I guess okay. And then I didn't get it. I remember I curtsied at the end of it and said, thank you. I've never been to LA. You weren't Stephen Colbert. Baby. Sister says yeah. He and I were together we were both. We had tiny rolls in spin city as guest stars. And so we hung out backstage forever and ever. And he was kind of like, you don't seem like a normal New York actress, and I told him I'd had a babysitting business basically in West Virginia. And yeah. And he said. Will we could use these sitter? And he was writing all kinds of things I know because I went through his apartment and read at all and not really, but his wife took an Italian class once a week. And so I was their babysitter. And my roommate who I actually spoke with today, she still know my best friend have you discussed this on his show. I have his kids are they're amazing. That daughter is at Yale. And she's they sent me a picture of her, and she's so grown up in big. But they only had her at the time. You know, when you just have one kid, and so yeah, do just had they just had her. She was beautiful. You start doing these little bits in LA, and you start being onscreen under that feel like maybe this world going to that just feel like you just going wherever anyone would employees kind of going where the wind would blow, but I kept undiscerning for these for Broadway plays, and I would get down to the wire. And there was one it was me and one other girl, and she was in on TV and she beat me. And so I felt like the neck. Time. I get a chance to elect to go to LA. Maybe I'll just go. And that will lead me back to see where I can get one of these jobs going on screen as a means to an end, adding on Broadway and it worked. Oh, yeah. Sure. Yeah. It's a war to you to LA, then some pilot. Did you like it did you? I mean, I was titillated by it. It all fell into place, and there was a manager here who was kind of courting me, and he was a juke that guy, but I moved and then I didn't realize oh my gosh. My relationships were with the casting directors, and I've just left all of them. I see an all of these casting directors have the young people that they're in love with. So it was a very that was a very tricky time. But I was so I had nobody was telling me what to do. I had no real push from an, you know, nobody was helping me know how to addition what to do how to look how to nothing. Went to every audition with wet hair. No makeup right on book. I no clue. I just had no clue. Yeah. I'm what are your family making of Oles by whom well much you sharing with them about your journey into a lot. But the fact that I had even been on one thing ever was such a huge deal that it was kind of like it couldn't get bigger. Okay. So they were delighted we were all just like, this is hilarious. That it was such a lark. Yeah. I mean, what about you? Well, yes, I suppose the idea that you could get a job a toll was remarkable. So that was enough to keep you going for a while. But I think my parents were always expecting me to or hoping that I would just go and get appropriate job. And and 'cause then they would be less to worry about were they worried when you 'cause you kind of went more straight for it. You said that you declared this is what I'm gonna do a went to drama school, and you went shape for it. But did right after drums to school? Did you go to the West End right away? No I worked his Golan for while. So Morten sort of we Jin away with something more that my parents could identify with because they were that they knew that they'd may be seen other people in an, but I yeah, I worked in Scottish reps, I suppose, oh from Sylvia fabulous. Yeah. I just was delighted to be working 'cause I rate because you spend too long with when you decide you want to be an actor people telling you. Without you can't do that. Nobody really works. And everyone's you you sort of die in poverty. An an obviously view is Cokie enough to think that won't happen to me. You still might my in poverty. Oh, it's entirely possible. I think you have a good shot. I wouldn't give never know still something to hope for and. Yes, I think it was just the idea that when we any job toll initially is all your. When in this LA journey. Do you meet Jj Abrams. Gosh, I'd been working for a while when I meant JJ. Yeah. I did a guest spot on Felicity. Maybe I'd been here. I don't know four or five years. Okay. Because he will then. Right. Alias four you yes. And make me, and then it will make me addition for it. I see. Yes. So he was actually great that would be will the shoe thinking this. So he seen you in this guest bowl on a just think. So he was really involved in many. He hadn't just see me. He was there every day yet. Auditioned me, and what do you think he saw in you that though, I'm gonna write her a series? Good lord. I don't know. It was more as his wife, Katie McGrath. I think she was more just like do something for her really. And Katie mean JJ's completely crazy about her? We'll do anything Katie says. Okay. But of course, the network don't necessarily they give you your own shoe. With us stage zero interest hero interest zero interesting giving me the show that had been written for me, these he says I've written this show, but you're going to have to come in jars it was five or six additions in each one was an hour long. Right. And in throughout no having to convince him ever. So it's everyone else you're having to convince or does he to convince? I mean pays returned by other options. I think so and even after I had the job I think there were times where you know, I can have I can enjoy the process of making something enough that I can forget that you actually have to take it seriously. I've I've been known for that to be pitfall of mine. I'm not saying anything. I know. Exactly. Thank you. So there were times there were days on the Iliad set in the beginning that I was so happy to be there. I think I wasn't really focused on what I was doing. And I think I could have lost my job you get a little giddy. Oh for sure right. As as. As one knows can help you do these four. This many. I is it a point where you think I've I've I I've got at night, or is it does it all just feel like a look a battle? It is like a battle. But I kind of enjoyed it. You did. And I went through the pages and founded guided teach me karate Chagnon or something, and he was in the valley was JJ said you're gonna have to be able to do this. And so I went every day. And I at that toward the end he said, what can you what can you show us the one of the last dishes, and I learned all these forms, and I had been working on kicks. And so, but I had been a ballet dancer for twenty whatever years. So I was kind of like this. I can do this Sekine this I feel confident. Yeah. This presumably wasn't so apart you'd ever done before. Oh, I've always played the girl next door. Right. You do get the job. Finally, I did. The job you kinda think oh shit. This is going to change because I'd had so many jobs by them felt like they could change my life. You know, how it is? When you're you know, even still you do things that you think being the lead in your own shoe before I've been the lead in pilots that had been on TV and been killed right away. Initially. This was just a pilot guess the pilot who knew yeah. And JJ had never directed. And people were saying, I don't know if this guy can direct. It was first thing directing which it turned out. He's okay. Sure is. Seems to have really I really brought out the best in him. But yeah, we didn't know what the heck we're doing. So. And we did it and oh the re through I almost got fired after the read through as well. Now that I think about it. I hated the read through why there were just there were so many people there, and I was so terrified of all of them. And I think I went really internal did you get anxious as the sole started mounting started to get really anxious. I started to get anxious that I was gonna lose my own job. And I can see looking back for good reason. Now, they would just I mean now they probably would have yanked me off. Because now they just I feel like don't you hear that they yanked people off of things all the time is almost someone has to go after every three. Yeah. I should've been me. It should've been me. But nobody did get fired. Nobody got fired. We we're polluting yourself including miraculously, including myself. Yes. On the show does go to series this show went to series, and that was kind of incredible. And then I it was so much work will that's the thing because it's appropriate network. Twenty two episodes a year network twenty two year. I was in every of it. I was in. I would work both units at the same time and on and our hours were so long as any TV show but first season is so crazy, but I would go in at four thirty or five on Monday morning at work out. I so I'd be warmed up and go in and I wouldn't finish until ten or eleven and they would just say every now, and then they would say how long of a turnaround. Do you have to have can you take seven hours? Hours. And I I have to go home. I've to learn my lines. I have to get up to work out. I have to you know, but I just I just did it, and it was so incredibly extreme I would finish kind of Saturday morning. And then I would sleep a couple of hours have a photo shoot every Saturday. And then on Sundays, I would have the language experts for the week, and you'd have to speak Mandarin. Yeah. And then I had the fight guys come over and teach me that weeks fight. So so every every weekend was I worked straight through on. That's what nine months of the year, you're doing. Yes. But it was that intense for I don't think I went and night without a forced call until the fifth season while. That must have felt even with your Scottish Presbyterian work ethic that must have felt like an endurance test. It wasn't endurance test to for me. And for anyone around me. So when season two rules around and you think I've got I've got to ramp it up again. Here we go another nine months of this a youth thrilled and excited or does it just feel like an extraordinary and lenton decline the railed and excited. Okay. One hundred percent pretty much where you aren't you? We really dropped when something is forced me to work that hard. Don't you get to a place where you're thrilled and excited? There's a kind of. Yes. A heinous to. Yeah. You got it. Drove fun. I I haven't done that since I had kit. No, well, that's the thing. I yes daughter who's politicos star to that. And I don't think it was because we didn't have fights in the same way. Which must we must have eaten up any downtime. You heard must dance fights don't fight prent proper proper proper ratcheted from the ground to the top of. A building proper, you know, jumping off of the top of buildings and going in ways that I remember later seeing some injured Lena. Julia done a movie downtown. And there were there was so much press about the fact that she had jumped off this building. And I was like, oh, I knew that building. I've jumped off that building fifty seven times it was not even a big deal. No. I wasn't even furious. I was just like. Wow. Okay. But we were doing they were just tossing me out of buildings. It's that type she was a bit of an ally to have of this female lead character who was so kick cast, and there have been Buffy Buffy led the way. Okay. Sarah, Michelle Gellar. She was deferring to Michelle, I defer to sit still it was still on you. It was an unusual part to get it was unusual. Show. There's nothing out there. You know? I just saw, you know, the commercial for that show Hannah that looks reminds me of it. But or it's not usual to have a female driven action story like that more usual. No, though, I guess it's because so. Yeah. Well, now, there's just so much. You can't get out of the way of any possibility you mid just the amount of content. Yes. The amount of content. Yes. Because I was also this time when the networks were still to be on a big network Schulman you were famous yet. That was it. Yeah. How did you cope with the well, I didn't even realize you're working too? I was working too hard and at Christmas. I had a Saturday morning off. And I went Christmas shopping, and I went into a store like Barney's or something, and I couldn't walk to feet, and I had never been recognized. I had never had that kind of presence. Even though I'd worked all these years people. Sometimes the I'll tell you. But it wasn't. I couldn't go to it was so totally overwhelming. And it was like a light switch had happened. And that was the first time I felt a new expectations of that. Do you didn't head to Barney thing I'll be in an quicko because. You know, because I had worked all this time. So I just thought it would be the same. I didn't know people were watching the show. All you ever. Hear is like oh ratings or kind of this writing. I don't know. So I just thought, oh, we're we're failure. What do I know then I would have trips for the show too depressing at go to New York, whatever, and they wouldn't give me security, and I had this assistant who still one of my closest friends Juliana, and she would go with me. She was I think she started working when she was twenty one right out of college. And I remember her being in New York and holding her arms out in front of a crowd who's probably twenty two. And she was saying, hey, nine she'll sign she'll sign just give her a minute. And I remember the two of us look need each other and saying this is so completely beyond our control. I'd be going along living my life, and then I'd be in public and this hurricane would happen. And then I'd go back to living my life. And then after that eventually once the paparazzi find you. Right. Then your whole life changes in a different way, and you become cynical. And you just you know, so you weren't cynical better. You'll felt like a it was hilarious real fun. It was hilarious except I would look at jewels. And thank her parents are gonna kill me if she gets trampled. She felt responsible. Yes. Very much. So yeah. And still do an during alias you. Then also go off and make daredevil. Yes. So you're being kick ass doodling TV season. Then you go from be a cake superhero on your dime time. Yeah. And he's in that mode. How'd you open to comic book ever before the June who electricals zero none, right? I know. I had never looked in a comic book full, stop, not once as you. Then even when the wouldn't it. Well, then I did because you know, we do our work. Yeah. But it was kind of like, okay, right? Yes. That wasn't a world knew anything. All correct. Okay. And what did you make that work? Because this also this movie was a bit. I ally. Wasn't. This was marvel making superhero film before marvel made superhero films, right? That's the thing is that I was in the superhero movies before they stopped and made them good. You know, what I mean like they now they really stop, and they spend the money and they spend the time. And and when I did them they were just kind of throwing spaghetti at the wall. Right. We worked our tails off, and I am on Ilias. I'd done on my own fights in. So I was so determined to. But I was weighing over my head. I'm not really a fighter. Your tonsil. Yeah. God, I'm a dancer dance dense sit. You have an experienced the expansiveness yet. You haven't experienced the next generation of Samsung galaxy a cinematic Infinity display the practically blurs the lines between your screen and the world we're an ultrasonic fingerprint ID unlocks your world and the program cameras sees it like you do and in all day intelligent battery optimizes power to your needs the Samsung s ten s ten plus the next generation galaxy. 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So I decided to do this wacko little movie that had no percent chance of being any good which was thirteen going on thirty which then was a massive hit. I know 'cause Mark Ruffalo. Oh, yeah. You'd nothing to do with it. Now is just sweet. But I just, you know, Judy Greer, and Mark Ruffalo, you came to be a bit funny. Did you think this? This is what I've done a love beating people up. Yeah. I think I was ready to be funny. And it was a massive hit two then you're a movie star. Yeah. It was sweet do then get sucked into that. That whole can of do what we can boxoffice. What's the next thing was that the can have? You have a team Meringgi then hurled thinking. Okay, jennifer. Let's think tactically let's think what we do next. Or do you resist a lot? I think I was too busy because I was in alias at the time when it came out. So I just had my head down. This is such an intense time that it wasn't really didn't give me time to stop. And be like, oh, I wonder how I'm doing here. Do you regret analogy sort of look back and think they were crazy days? I just didn't get to enjoy. No. I'm so glad that I wrote tired when I could. And that I did in that. I don't I'm glad that. I don't look back and think oh shirked that responsibility. Array the I only regret when I did start to get really tired on alias, and I did start to be like. You know when did that happen? Well, the fifth season. Okay. I came in knocked up. I see. Yeah. That's a difficult thing to do. Yeah. And I by then I was kind of wiped out, and yeah, then of course, by that time, you're you're very famous. So then you're introducing your having children in our world where people want to know all about them. He ashes stressful in a way in a in a whole set wisit, you kind of have that home, don't you? But you don't have that here. Not as much, but at home, it's really intense. Be right. Still every day all the time. No, no, everyday of all the time. No, I'd but then I don't think particularly paparazzi have a way about them in Los Angeles, which which the sort of don't may anywhere else in the world. I don't and that's something that you you went to court to sorta. I right. Yes. We did Halle Berry really found a lawyer. He went to bat for us. And I went up to Sacramento with Halle, and she really was the engine. She spent the money. It was really it was her thing we had, you know, a bunch of us had tried but had just found roadblock after roadblock, and she pushed through some house. So it's all it's really all on her. And then we had all the lawmakers who and the police officers different police chiefs in people who would be helping us enforce the law over to our house and Halley in different people, and my daughter got up and gave his speech, which you know, no one has ever seen. But about the experience. Of being I think she was six of the experience of being a little girl and being what it's like from a kid's perspective. And that was you know, one of those proudest ever moments in your life. Brad. It was. Yeah. From her to be so articulate about it. So what was the change in the Lloyd's specifically it was that they had to stop lying in wait. Because every time I left my house every time truly day or night. Six am ten pm whatever there would be anywhere from six to twenty cars that would follow me wherever I went in a big snake the rest of the day. And that's, you know, pour me whatever celebrity problems. But it felt like we were a huge car accident waiting to happen for everyone in my town. I was worried all the time. And I was always looking my rear view to see how many were there. And then I would almost be an accident. And it made I had active stalkers at the time that because might everything was so. Photographed a it made. My kids lose their sense of what's normal, and what's not normal for people. So that if someone got too close to them, and it showed my soccer where to find us. It's so crazy what my eldest especially had to go through and the kids really just shouldn't have hear what you're saying. It's pure me. But when it's the next generation of no us to be there because it wasn't about success. And it was about, you know, I lived on the street with a lot of very very much more successful actors than me, and they would all by including Ben and they would drive by the paparazzi would ignore them. But if they saw me and thought I had kids in the car that would sell, but they were so aggressive, and they still are today. I was picking my kids up and there were seven or eight of them. They got way too close to the school and the head of the school was outside with me. And I said they're getting cheeky and he said I'm going to call the police. But that was day. I've all these years after a past do you worry that you're sort of inflicting this on your children is is can do you feel what? I hate it for them. Yeah. I hate it for them. There's but there's there's no point in time myself a not about it. Because anytime that we've come up with a solution where okay, we're going to go live here. We're going to go live there. Somebody buys a camera and follows us around. And then other people see it in day by cameras, and then you have idiots driving around in their minivans with their leaving their kids in their minivans. You can hear the children's screaming while they're chasing you down the block. And you think well, I'd rather be with the professionals then with this Bobo until it's not. So it's you it's really, you know, it's that thing of you can't prepare the path for your child. Prepare your child for the path. It's that thing it's kind of like, okay. This is part of our lives. It's it is what it is. And they're good things and bad things about having parents that are actors in let's list them. And let's talk about how we deal with them. Because I can't make it go away. Yeah. But it, but it does alter decisions that you make about how you will lead your life on a day to day basis. Yes. All the time because my kids would love to stop at the park, and it's just not fun. If it's a photo shoot. No. You know? And then sometimes you do it even though it is whatever on then they're bigger things like where you've occasion or how where you live or what it's like, you know, all those things. But again completely woe is me when it's fine. Yes, it's fine. But you're also allowed to you're allowed to. Well, I think your like motivation. Do you moan about it? Yeah. Totally. You kids about it. But they're not are are your children bothered less than you. See my kids are the focus that would make me very. When I get very crucified if the kids, that's what makes my so to fury or because. Yeah, I can thing unfair game. I sort of on some level of Astra at might. Maybe I might like it. But they haven't asked for. Yeah. An it's little. Yeah. And it goes into their mind scary means huge cameras. Look like weapons kids. They don't know the difference. Does it make you wanna run away in Lebanon? Well, it doesn't take much to make me wanna runaway living in farm. But no because my girlfriends are here. Right. But you have done above that. Yeah. Tell me about once upon a foam. Oh, David you see days how you wove that rate in link for you gosh. I can't believe you're interviewing me is. So weird. Pajamas? This is so past my bedtime. We vodka for the love of Pete. I'm half of one least. She's a whiz. Okay. Once upon of our will, you know, it's just I wonder if that's motivated by sense of the life that you lead in a an are being kind of an ideal version of that which is about. Yeah. Yeah. Yes. It's very much connected to my childhood. My mom grew up on a farm. We always were growing things, we everything you know, that we ate whether I knew it or not was homemade and so much of it was from our little kitchen garden, and then you can't help but do that for your own kids once upon a farm as part of it's part because of that. And it's partly because it's basically you look at baby food on the shelf, and it's older than the baby. You're feeding it to and you can buy fresh pet food in refrigerated section of the pet food aisle. But baby food is all like seventeen years old in a jar in its mush, and it's been cooked beyond recognition. So this just kind of fixes that problem in a really smart way that babies are happy within do it's kind. It was a no brainer to me the farm that my mom grew up on his now growing food for this company. And it all feels very full circle. I'm very happy everything about it's very happy on its alleviating the guilt. Parenthood. Yes. Because you think I'm gonna make all my baby food homemade, and then when you run out of time, or if you go back to work, or if you're traveling or something that gets in the way of that. There are no options that you can feel good about in this. You can just you can just do it. I really like it it a same way. I is the becoming apparent made you become involved the children. No, I would have been involved with save the children, no matter what. But I sought it out. It took me years to find who was doing the best work in rural America. And it happened to be saved the children, which is this enormous international organization. Much better known in the UK originals alone here. No, not so well known here, and very even fewer people know that we do work in the US. And that's what I'm totally devoted to spend. All my time on I'm going to Vermont in DC next week. You really do. I mean, you you're you're an ambassador. For them on the board. But I just I mean, lots of actors get involved with lows of charges your appropriate involved properly, treat it like a job. Yeah. And how do you compartmentalize your time with because presumably you could you describe it as a job, and you could work oldie every day for coz like that to you must have to define what's possible. And they'll work is inactive. My kids all so when we were working, I think I traveled for them very little. But once we finished, and I I haven't worked since that was July. And it's now we're in February. And so I've done a ton of this stuff. I've done a ton of once upon a front, and it's more like that that I balance it out that way. So that in the end, it all makes sense euros who in our hosts whom a lot note. Mama llamas. Mom, Georgia's told me, and I'm quite proud of them. Yeah. It's a big hit. So. Yeah. Lease on. I do quite a few voices and cartoons. A none of them are played in our hosts. I'm you have I ask, Jerry. I said, you know, I I defer to. Mr. mix grucci duck. Scrooge mcduck doesn't get lookin to mama Llamas. Mum. Yeah. Do you? Are you kids impressed by that? Did they watch it not at all not while you know, you know, how it feels? I am quite aware of how it feels. My daughter's won't watch thirteen going thirty other screaming. Tuck funds in your no, I. Duck is quite a thing. I mean when I. Well, we know when we work together, you were quite often going to Scrooge mcduck conventions. They're enor-. As a Scrooge mcduck convention. You were going to the convention shoot. Scrooge mcduck pensions than I am vailable for you went to some you went to a couple of things yet. There was. Yeah. Yes. You went to something. Listen, Disney things. Yes. Yeah. Mama. Llama doesn't require that of me. It will it will. It will come around. The worry is gonna give me bucks an episode. All your kids impressed by you. I don't know. I think it made. I think it made an impression on them because I took them with me this year when I was given this to one you can say this thing. Just draw the. Case. Yes. When that that was used to stall rise. We'll confirm let me see let me see did. And that if we're talking about this that is the one time I've ever seen my kids kind of say, oh, I bet that's been big impressive thing. An it's there. It's it's material. It's it was they just had never been involved in anything before. And so they'd never seen cameras pointed in that way in a friendly fire Royd kind of way and home just the attention of it. They they were kind of you know, they always say they have said in the past debt when people see their dad, they're kind of an off. And he's so I mean, Ben is six four he soy so kind of larger than life, and he's done such credible. He's Batman and he's won two Oscars. And he he does he's so powerful in that way such a powerful presence in person. And when they see when people seem. Me they they just wanna come up and talk me. Right. And they say the difference between the way people approach their parents cracks them up to the event where you were given the the star still unitive light. You mean they can? Yes there. They saw me not as the person that people feel like they've grown up with food. They saw me as oh, this you have a job that, you know, did they like that? You think I think it was the one day? I feel like they were a little bit proud, ROY. I was awfully glad I had them with me for that reason of that's lovely. Once you go star on the Hollywood walk of fame. Do you? Visit it I have visited it have you. Yeah. Take people Gulu this. Well, I wanted to see if it was still there, it sure they were Jack hammering Trump's up than I wanted to make sure mine was still there. I didn't have any faith in it at all. Or is it exactly well to cross it's right in front of the hooters, David. Of course, it is. Across from L commemorative lakes. As you might expect. As one might expect. Do you get any sort of rights to school there or minimal? What does that was? My question is I said to the hooters people does this help me if I ever need to be a hostess, would you take this old vagabonds in will? They said, it might mean something 'cause I'm right there still have to addition. Yeah. Definitely don't just been a hostess before some hoping that you know, I can say not at hooters. You're right. Can you imagine me in a hooters? It's so depressing. The world would spend the other way. You have made the world of social media spend in a way that no everyone. Did you are you very impressed with this TV? You're the the way that your your transitions. Always us. Thank ways are really. I just think it's worth noting. I hope Georgia tenant is really listening and paying attention because I feel like she might take a special shine. But you'll be ruling her is that, but but thank you for trying to you know, I've got your back. Yeah. You ha-? You have tamed the world of social media. You have five million Instagram out Hartley. Five point one, please David you've gone up to five point one. No, I haven't you have. But you've done it on your own terms as well. Yeah. Is that was that something you say to tackle? Did you have set is it going to? Okay this. I'm going to take on the brave new world. I'm going to figure out and I'm going to beat it. I'm sure. On their recently. I'm known that make David Tennant podcasts. Oh, yeah. But that's no me. I don't I saw him yourself in Vallejo. Invalid was one of the early adopters. Oh, absolutely follow. I like every little thing that's been on there. You crawled out of a box. Scroll up Volks yet. But I do I don't really have any ownership over it. I don't. Whereas you you you've got we've done our he's tamed it you proper content. You do sort of. Well, I don't know how to do it. I don't because you can't nobody needs to see my dumb life. The other be note to go there to not do it at all. Well, it was part of the contract for once upon a farm. I see do you then get caught up in the sort of ood many followers of ago today her well, we doing do you sometimes? Yeah, I've definitely gone there before but not that much, but you feel that that's part of being a public person these days that engaging in that range, the will there too nice things about it. Maybe three. There are few. Because I don't it's not something I would have done I wouldn't have chosen to do it. But it connects me to people out in the world, and that's really fun. I like reading I like people that make people make me laugh on their in their comments. And then I can have a conversation back and forth. And I feel like oh my gosh. I just actually connected with some random person in they're not random anymore. They're a real person, you know, and it has made me stay. It's connected me to my two colleagues where you know, in ways that I wouldn't even -ticipant it'd that I feel like if I ran into Natalie Portman, whom I don't know very well, but have a great deal of respect for because we've chatted over this. I could we could have a proper chat, you know. Whether it's her, you know, what I mean like that's and then it's kept me in touch with people. Whether it's Georgia whom I adore and crackup over and feel like I know better because they see her mumbo. To herself rolling her eiser life, or whether it's Juliette Lewis, and I only that's really fun. I'm one of the things you've covered on there is yesterday. Yes, just tell me briefly about yesterday is as a book by Amy Krauss Rosenthal, where you know, parents job is to say no and for one day year, they say, yes, and you have embraced up to everything. And I've done that for several years because my kids fell so in love with the book, and I didn't realize that other families kids were having the same reaction to the book that my kids were and so once a year in the summer it's yesterday, and we go for it we ice cream for breakfast anything. They just dump stuff buying things. It's not about can. I get my ears pierced. It's nothing like that. But if it is like mom, can I do your makeup and make you go out. Yes. You can can I and I really give into the day. I get rid of my phone. I get rid of you know, it's just about running around and doing what they want a no you're gonna make a movie of this. Is that right apparently? Okay. Hey, Patricia doubt too. A play the husband in a in a heartbeat, of course. Yeah. Great. Good. Okay. 'cause after this you'll see that see now how you know all the people who have done this for you. And how that's gonna come back. I know in the image will ready for that. But you'll produce that as well. Right. Yeah. Is that something you are increasingly comfortable with that site of being on that site of thing. But I don't like to pretend. I mean, I think Reese Witherspoon really goes improperly produces thing. She finds she reads like crazy. She finds stuff she goes out. She puts it together. I think she is in there in a day to day way that I am not. And so I will produce in the way that makes sense to me. But I don't like to pretend like I'm. Something I'm not, right. So what does producing mean to you? Then I mean, put it together. And I read all the writer stuff than I ever been really involved in pitches in the outlines in the whatever. But I'm there's like there's another layer deeper that I that I probably could be going that I've passed off to other people Royd. So you do have doing more of that in the future though developing things can of being a bit more the past. I'd like developing, but I find that you can spend all your time developing or you can spend your time doing save the children. You can't do both. Yeah. And I would rather work for save. And I what I like is when someone nice like Reese hands me, a completed thing and says do you want to be in this? I see I'm I'm lazy in that way. I think to what is the plod where do you? What are you would? You. Imagine yourself going on to do or do you don't do that a plan to you plan? No. No. But I love asking other people that really never had a plan K ended. I didn't plan to move to New York. I moved to New York. It didn't plan to move to LA. I moved Elliot. I don't plan and plan anything. Well, let's see what is my plan. David will you after you finish yesterday? I don't know. I'm ready to be back on set. I do start to feel pull once I've been home with kids long enough. I find that word sounds, really lovely. Sure. Sure. But basically, you you live in the moment that you're living day today 'cause you're bringing up three kids, which is quite the moment. Yes. Really bringing up three kids. Yeah. And if I can escape and work a little bit Hallelujah. Well, Jen, thank you so much for having as lovely home. It seems like this podcast is coming to an end. I thought yeah. Yeah. You're reading the queues just gently gently. Is no midnight. So. It's ten ten quick started to panic. The clock will go up. I know it's time to go to bed. I have so many things I want to ask you you can do that. But we'll switch the bike phone. Oh, okay. Oh, isn't that? Nice. When you. Ask questions. Oh, you will come David. Thank you. David Tennant does uphold cast with is a something else. A no mystery production produced an edited by James deacon. Additional production from Chris Skinner Steve Ackerman. Sarah, comet Joe Gibbs, Dave king, Joel Freeman and Georgia Tennant. Next time what the nuns had with prostitutes. All costs you shit on three prostitutes. Right. And I didn't. There was different. There are different jobs. If you're a fan of this is us, we'll have I got a new show for you. We are we talking about the village. Yeah. We are not enough. You've seen the promos. But in one of them. This guy tells his wife, you're an organ in my body if you fail I fail who was only the promo and they got me. Yeah. When it's the full episode. You're going to be a wreck oh in loving every moment of it. And you won't be alone. Don't miss the premiere of the village. Tuesdays starting March nineteenth after this is us on NBC cry. Yeah. Yeah.
Trevor Interviews Jennifer Garner About Her Save with Stories Initiative
"You're listening to comedy central. What's going on everybody terminal? Welcome to another episode of the daily social distancing show. We're starting week four of staying at home to try and prevent the spread of the Corona Virus. As you may have noticed yes. I've decided to move to a different spot. In my apartment's you see me and that other part of my apartment had a big fight so I'm trying to make jealous. Yeah I'm in a new spot now as she treats me right anyway. Here's your quarantine tip of the day if you're running out of jail. There's an easy way to smell nice. It's you take something called a shower. I don't know what those are anyway on. Tonight's episode. We're going to learn how to make mosque at home. Some people say Jesus can protect you from Corona virus and Donald Trump finally admits. He's not a doctor. So let's get into it. Welcome to the daily social distancing show from Trevor's couch in New York City. Your couch somewhere in the world. This is the daily social distancing show with Trevor Noah. Here's a let's kick it off with the big news here. In the United States the country is bracing for a week that the surgeon General Jerome Adams said is going to be our Pohamba moment and nine eleven moments adding that this is going to be the hardest and saddest week of most Americans lives. That's a really really dire warning. But despite these warnings there are still people who are not taking social distancing seriously for some cities good weather was all it took to drought the crowds people gathering in San Francisco flooding Washington. Dc's payments seafood. Warf Saturday and strolling. New York's Central Park in Los Angeles officers breaking up a celebration for a one year old little girl calling and reinforcement. After the crowd became across the country religious leaders are holding services and risking their parishioners and their communities health driving out of this Ohio. Parking lot is a woman who just attended a church service with dozens of other people including children. Can I ask you about your decision to go to church to be inside that building? I wouldn't be anywhere else. Aren't you concerned you could infect other people if you get sick inside now people little connor? I'm covering Jesus blood. I'm covered. Jesus blood people just because Jesus is on. Your side doesn't mean you can't get sick. Don't forget Jesus was on Jesus's side and he died. Okay yeah he came back but that was like a one time thing. I think it's like Mario Brothers lives. Maybe he's got two left and you know it's funny. How a lot of these same people who say Jesus will protect them from Corona. Virus are the same people stocking up on guns? Get it won't the blood of Jesus protect you from an intruder? Nah I'm going with Buckshot for this one he needs. Jesus more than me and look whether you want to believe in corona virus or not it Israel and today the United States Pasta. Ten Thousand Corona virus deaths and experts are saying that that number is probably under counting things because apparently many deaths in the US have been labelled as pneumonia or influenza when they will likely corona virus now as America reaches the hottest week yet. This epidemic states around the country have been begging the federal government to help them find ventilators for they overcrowded hospitals but because the federal government took so long to react to this crisis. President trump just doesn't have enough ventilators to go around what he can give people. Though is some unsolicited medical advice. President trump says he thinks doctors should use the drug eye doctor Corcoran to treat patients who've tested positive that's hydroxy chloroquine and and again you have to go through a medical people get the approval but I've seen things that I sort of like. So what do I know? I'm not a doctor. I'm not a doctor. Okay here's what I don't get. Trump is acknowledging. He's not a doctor. While legitimate doctors who could onto these questions are standing right there next to him. Why are we getting his opinion at all? Imagine if you went in for a checkup and there was just some random dude behind your doctor. Giving HIS OPINION. Like if you ask me it looks like you've got some of that age cancer but what do I know? I'm just a guy who hangs out here. And you have to give some credit trump though for at least giving a disclaimer. That he's not a doctor. I mean he doesn't normally do that. In fact he should end all of his. Co. Virus Press Conferences. Like a pharmaceutical ad. He's just come up like Donald trump is not a doctor and he's advice should not be taken seriously if you have an erection lasting longer than four hours please let Donald Trump no because that's pretty cool now before you get depressed by the fact that America is being led someone who knows less about medicine than Dr Pepper. There is still a lot of good news out there. Don't lose hope for instance in Europe. Although Spain and Italy are slim reporting more than ten thousand new infections each day. They're corona numbers of finally slowing down. Which could be a sign that the worst has passed and South Korea the superstars they reported only forty seven new cases yesterday and with fewer than two hundred deaths out of a population of fifty one million people. South Korea has basically emerged as maybe the only nation to have handled the pandemic with near complete success. And I mean let's be south. Korea was always going to be corona because from what I can tell everyone in. That country has a basement inside their basement. So I mean if you're the virus could finding a South Korean person but maybe the best news of all is that there were rumors that net flicks might be dropping a new episode of Tiger King People. That's right Jeff. Low told a fan online that he had been filmed for a new episode scheduled to drop this week. Yeah and when Jeff ever lied. I mean if you can't trust the sixty five year old man who dresses like a rebellious teenager. Who can you trust? And I guess this is how low the bar has gotten four councillors. Good News Right. Now we find out. There's more episodes about deranged murderers and people being cruel to animals. And we're like yes. Oh some good news. Thank you and I'm GonNa be honest guys. I am terrified of this news because every episode of Tiger King has been crazier than the previous episode. So what's going to happen in this new episode are we gonNA find out Carol Baskin and her husband faked his death to get the insurance money and he's been secretly living inside one of those tigers all along but let's move on over the weekend. We got a major update from the CDC. After months of telling us that only sick people should be wearing mosques the CDC now says everyone should cover their faces with mosques made from cloth like shirts or Bandanas or scarves because apparently even people who don't have symptoms of Corona virus can unknowingly spread the corona virus. We'll all corona virus. Sounds like an inspirational message. Even if you don't feel corona corona can feel you so basically any time we go outside for essentials. All of us should have abandoned with something on our face the CDC is going to have everybody looking like broke mortal. Kombat CHARACTERS DOODOO. Farris another close. Just get over there but still folks. That's a major shift from the CDC and it's already having a big impact for instance. Joe Biden said that from now on. He will wear a mosque in public. Because it's important to follow the science. Meanwhile president trump has said that these guidelines are voluntary and he will probably not wear. Musk which let's be honest doesn't surprise anyone. Trump is all about appearance not going to be wearing. A mosque. Doesn't care about safety. In fact the only way they can get him to where mosque is if he's aids trick him going to trick him like he's a child. No Mr President. It's not a mask it's a border wall for your face so viruses are like the Mexicans who've germs. I got it now if you not the president and you want to help and try and stop the spread of Corona virus. You can make your own mosque at home. Yeah all you have to do is put pieces together and you can so you own mosque if you want to and I know it sounds difficult but actually watch some youtube videos and it's actually pretty easy. Hey guys so. I'm sure you how to make your own face mosque at home. All you need is a piece of fabric like a t shirt and then something to cook with you. WanNa get the fabric to the place we so that's basically how you make a face mosque. Pretty simple but you know just to see how other people do it. I'M GONNA check in with some of the correspondence and see if they've had any success. Because I I know. There are pretty crafty group of individuals. So let me just skyping withdraw Buki. Buki what's going on? Do you trevor. Lewis up I just got back from a walk outside. Have you been down? The street is beautiful this time of year. That's actually the reason I'm calling you. I can't I can't go outside right now. 'cause I make a mosque I tried and it turns out I bleed a lot. Can you help me figure out how to make it? Looks like you've got a cool one. Yes yes well I you know I'm prepared but I know how to make a mask from scratch. I told you to get those t shirts right. Those t shirts that you were on the office got all my work. T-shirts here yeah. I've got them perfect. I have instructions right here. I'm going to read them up so with the I T shirt you're going to want to cut it in half like yeah in half. Yes exactly like that. Yes yes okay like like sort of like like right across you could just yet. Oh great okay okay. All right right. He's he's probably going to be like. Is this like the front of the mosque type thing? Yes exactly yeah got it fine. It's good about that. All right perfect you got that one. So take the next. And then you're gonNA WANNA cut that one up the middle that up the middle okay. Cool yeah alright so just take it like that and then wow all right the hand but I didn't. I didn't know that your hand could bleed so much from a finger. It's like a weird thing so I can just like down even right so that's just like one big piece. Yes yes okay. So then for the last one and this one super important. That's the white one right yet. One YOU'RE GONNA WANNA cut it. Diagonal like that okay. Diagonal likes through the sleeves. Yes yes yes yes yes all right I got it got it got it. Yep Yep Yep wow man this is. This is really hard. I see where people are struggling. Okay cool got through the sleeve right there. Oh yes you got it okay. So now do this is so much fun. Okay what do what do I do now? So take three those and put them in a garbage bag and throw them away. I never liked those shirts trevor. They don't look good on you. `Jabuka these one of my favorite shirts and that was the problem. You gotta be looking Chris. Trevor you can't be out here lacking I'm sorry I called. You know you're outside with Gooky. That'd be really cute cropped up Asshole I let me see if I can get do. Say on it though. Say you're a site for so is how are you just sitting here just cooking and crafts? Jiang and just really plotting takeover of the world. What I knew I should have called. You wait what anyway I knew. I should have called you first because I need someone who can cross. I'm trying to make a mosque for myself to stop corona virus. But I. I don't know how to do it. Yeah there's a thing that happened anyway can you? Can you help me out? I'd facemasks go outside because I just wear. Your t shirt says at already. Heh Why would you do that? The KERAMA Karachi national. It'll be like The carnivores can't read. How do you know that virus? We don't go to work not to say you need to get a mosque when you're outside. Please please. Don't please. Don't use the shirt to say that yet. Even that's better I gotta go. I already thought you'd help me. This has let me see if I can get someone. Y'All Michael Kosta Trevor. What's going on dude? How you doing what have you do? That's why I'm calling you man. I can't making these mosques hotter than people say like Donald trump handoff sewing needles. You don't need to do that man. I got it trevor. What do you mean? I took a pillowcase. I cut some holes is this. Is it no sewing loops? I just came up with. Check this out. This works it. Protects your Oh I think I made a clan heard. I think he made a client owed shh. I'm on my. This is not thought we we. We should just stay indoors. That's fine Jimmy. We can we. Just get yeah. I don't even I. This never happened. I don't even have an easy way to make a face mask after the break. I want to be chatting to Jennifer Ghana. So don't go anywhere we'll be right back. The daily show is brought to you. In part by quickey we all love escaping reality and right now we all need it more than ever good thing. There's a revolutionary new way to do that and be entertained quickey qube is a new premium streaming service designed for your phone with movie quality shows episodes in ten minutes or less quit. He's got new episodes of fresh original shows. Releasing every single day shows include most dangerous game where Christoph Waltz Terrorizes Liam Hemsworth in a game of manhunt. I promised a story about the first incredible year of Lebron James's Akron Ohio school plus daily essential news for your day from BBC. Nbc ESPN and more quitting. Has It all from the comfort of your phone? 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Better HELP DOT com slash years comeback social distancing show earlier. Today I spoke with actress Jennifer Garner about her initiative to help kids continue learning while they're stuck at home during the corona virus outbreak. And we'll talk about how we can help. Kids get the nutrition that they need while their schools are closed. So check it out Jennifer Garner. Welcome to the daily social distancing. Should've thank you? It's nice to not be with you. Is this the longest time you've been at home like ever basically I mean sometimes when you're shooting something you don't leave town but yeah? This is the longest time for sure. I feel for people who have kids in this time because one of the most talked about effects of Corona virus is obviously economy. It's People's health and then I find in a close spot like right near the top. Is Parents saying this is the worst time they've ever experienced in their lives because they have to teach their kids. You have three children correct. I have three children and their schools are doing a great job of. They're still receiving instruction from school so I haven't had to be their teacher. I think I'm ill-equipped. Be Their teachers and I'm really proud of them. They've been great. I have no complaints. But if they if they were toddlers and babies I would probably lose my mind. Yes toddlers toddlers are the worst because they don't understand what you're saying because I mean they basically drunk the whole time. Yes I feel like. You're in such a good place that you've decided to help others get into a better place Which is part of the reason which had seen today the initiative? That you're kicking with reese. Witherspoon sounds amazing. Amy Adams is part of it as well. I saw Peter Neon Gosawx Chris Evans. I saw so many. Alice names coming together and if I understand correctly you're going to be reading stories to children. Tell me more about this. Well Amy Adams called me a couple of weeks ago and said I. I'm worried about the kids that are out of school and I know thirty million kids rely on school for food not to mention all so many kids don't have broadband don't have books at home. Don't have access to school supplies or anything like that in their schools can't afford to print up and send them home with them anyway but her ideal was. Wouldn't it be great if celebrities read books for kids? Who are home and for whom? The News is scary. And there's not a lot of and then we asked for donations and I said well this is actually what idea and we immediately asked no kid hungry to partner with us because their specialty is urban in food our specialty is rural and education and some things has been really awesome. And what's incredible is just how much people want to help. And Reese Witherspoon always the first to jump onto a way to help people and then and we've just been running it for my little office while my kids are in zoom school and yeah it's we've raised a couple million dollars and wow in mostly ten dollar donations which just shows that people at home are really generous. There are a lot of people that say. Yep I'll give ten dollars but also people are just enjoying the videos. So you're making these videos and you readings kids and you're raising the money to help other kids who need to get food and you're trying to help everybody in any way that you can. I guess the question is not the why but but rather like why these areas specifically I know you worked in it but what was what made this so important for you. Well I know what it looks like in Rural America. I grew up in rural America. My Mom and my mom and dad boats did they both grew up poor. I didn't but I was surrounded in West Virginia by generational poverty and I've I've worked in the traveled extensively throughout rural the poorest pockets of America. Save the Children for twelve years. They are living on a razor's edge there really when these kids show up Monday for school. They run into school and it's not because the breakfast that is served at school is so fancy it's because they haven't eaten since the snack at the. Save the children program Friday after in the after school program. They they might have eaten but they haven't had a real meal. And no I had just been Kentucky the week before. All of this went down visiting our programs out in Perry County and all they were talking about was okay. How are we going to get food made? And then can we afford gas and bus drivers to get it to the kids and when we do. How will we get enough books to be on the buses for the kids and so when amy called me and had this great idea it was just like yeah? This is exactly what I should be doing exactly how I need to spend this time before I let you go. How can people help if they want to jump in if they want to participate in any way? What can they do to help? We'll first of all just for fun of it for the fun of it. Go Onto Instagram to at save with stories. And you'll see we just put Steve Carell up tomorrow. We lin-manuel Miranda going up Kathryn Newton with so many great people up there reading and more going all the time and your favorite favorite books and I'm personally matching everyone with their books and if you want to donate it's ten dollars you just text the word. Save two two zero two two two or you go on to save the children dot org slash save. What stories got and that would be awesome. Because we're just taking everything out of it that can to help these kids call. Thank you so much for doing that. And we'll help as much as we can and outside appreciate it. Do you want to read for us? I would love to. Would you let me know when we'll jump in on it? Oh good okay wait. I wouldn't we're seeing to tell yes it's been so successful for. Save the children here in the US that it's up and running in the Netherlands. Sage Sabe with stories South Korea saved with story South Africa. Uk is getting up and running Australia so India. So it's become a whole global thing. Isn't that cool? That's really really amazing. This is one of those things that I hope will stay long after Corona viruses gone. We just keep doing this and keep helping. I hope so. Well thanks thanks so much. We really thank you so much for your time. Yeah take care be safe. Thank you so much Jennifer Ghana. Well that's our show for today before we go though. This is a make or break week for many doctors nurses and first responders around the country and you at home can help them protect themselves while they're saving lives all they need is help getting mosques gloves and gowns or to protect themselves during this crisis so please go to thrive global first responders first and donate whatever you can to help get P P to the people saving our lives and if you want to help New York City specifically then please go to the New York Mayor's Fund Covert Nineteen response and help them out. Stay safe out there. Wash your hands and remember only cough into your own elbow. Other people doesn't work so well I'll see you again tomorrow. Daily show criminal. Here's a dish. Watch the show weeknights at eleven ten central on comedy Central and the comedy central watch full episodes and videos at the daily show dot com. Follow us on facebook twitter and instagram and subscribe to the daily show on Youtube for exclusive often and more. 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LCB Ep. 249 - Draft Day Review (Bad Movie), Interview With Captain America's Stunt Double Sam Hagrave (Extraction) and Characters With Football Names
"I'm not I'm I'm not dumb. Net around fifty and beyond me. You can get me out of this massive. Finish off your sh might pay. You can't handle the truth. Maybe not maybe fuck yourself shoot your kid. One Full Day of what we've got here is saying yes. Just well we're going. We don't need roads your son Ali. Welcome to leads. Camera Bark slips owed to forty nine one way to fifty Jeff Law Ken. Jack Tro bonds. This is coming out Either late Wednesday Thursday so happy sports I guess. Nfl Draft Day in an honor the NFL draft. We are nothing like sports. Like watching a bunch of Bull Selassie people see. There's some people enjoying some sports ball that hey watching much older people select young college players in give them whatever that twenty two year old defensive tackle order of you draft day Maybe we all liked it. I don't know that's for you to decide and for you to predict the old reviewing that In honor of Jennifer Garner being the movie run into a box office game with Jennifer Garner movies and then top. It's not a topless. We've done this before we did a PFC as one of my favorite list to do it is movie characters who sound like football players last time we did this to t- like two years ago most the character name and then we assign a Position College Fund. So we'll we'll do that again. It was it was a good time. what's going on what's happening trill Trills if you hear some like a different type of trill today. It's because your Internet cable. Around on your wall with a pair of headphones. I got disconnected from the cloud. Longer part of the cloud. But I'm joining you via the the magic of the Five G. Network which which Everybody loves you. Tethered up right now. No I'm not either. I'm coming straight from my phone even better but I'm not even bothering tethering right now. 'cause my debt. My desktop actually doesn't have a WIFI connection Yeah I didn't invest in that caliber motherboard. Additional fifteen dollars to get the WIFI. Well why get Wifi when you have perfectly good ethernet? What's the point right? I I have one of those Google pucks in I'm talking about just strictly plugged into the puck but and end connect the PS four. To The puck when I WANNA download a game within eight hours. GotTa have the PUCK. What else does so? What are you reading? So you've been doing to supplement. No Internet No. No I've been. I actually tethered my work. Laptop Kim Jack so you Kinda get me there so I always working. Yeah boom And then Just went out this afternoon. So United Pretty Normal night last night She didn't catching up on the old. Simpson's I've watched like seasons four through seven Passively Watch them a lot of cases And I've been watching what my daughter to which may be a bad parent but I still think it almost two years old. She still doesn't believe what's going on. Simpson's obviously not bad. Not Bad could be watching what we're stuck in the census. That's how I'm GONNA rationalize it. Yeah I don't I don't think you're GonNa like fuck your daughter's future up here watching the simpsons now. No if I if I do if I do mess with their future is going to be because I ate fruit snacks. Don't let her watch drafted That's that's one thing when I got married to my wife and I we built in house. Promised to protect you from any Kevin Costner. Sports not perfect. That's instantly wedding. Though that in the Woody Co the Funchal Popper Vision. I will never make you watch a single Kevin. Costner Sports movie even though I like to. I three of them three of them. We're GONNA do a Kevin Costner box office game. And His filmography bored me to tears. Size said never mind. This is one of those boring one yet. What's the deal with the? What's the deal? Timing CAL ripken junior. Their personal relationships. We never heard that like that. Rumor Net lake at. I don't know just look it up. Just Google Kevin Costner. Cal ripken junior. I you guys were know something about. It doesn't ring a bell pretty sure that was like a rumor. That was out there with alleged Louis Rumor. Whoa THAT'S CRAZY. That'd be kind of cool. There's two good looking dudes say a man that's Tamas causing baseball. I'm just GonNa read ahead. I'm going to read the headline headlines. Kevin Costner really almost cost. Cal ripken junior the streak after sleeping with his wife. I don't care if that's fake. That's just been using piece of Trivia but I do care of. It's fake from the standpoint where I'm saying that's a rumor in allegedly. I don't believe it but I like in my mind. Everything should have a context like that again. Everything everything should be Kevin. Costner almost cost people something. That'd be like a whole separate addendum on his Kapiti page. Psych Cal ripken junior. It's like Nineteen Ninety something the nineteen twenty something years. And that's like one separate page Kevin Costner. Incident the Kevin Costner swatted down. Peyton manning's fifty a touchdown passes would have been climbed out in the fields. Batted it down punched out of the year. I just. I'm still kind of blown away with his Kevin Costner Story. I'm surprised you guys never heard of that before. No Yeah I mean I am too because you know I love knowing all the dumb shit and that just supremely qualifies as Dumb Shit. That's all right. I was too good story. That's like two famous people another person's spouse and I think that's I think that's also lead to some really good songs. Oh for sure like Leyla in something. Join yeah in a sense. Yeah although you know like Layla was real or is Joe Lean. I don't know but it's it's good. It's you know like they always say like out of out of the darkest skies you can find a rainbow. I think of making a song about that. Experiences isn't the worst thing that could come of it. I want this. This was the first thing that came to my head and you said Joanne. I can't play this clip. It's it's the greatest Alternate version of a song of all time Georgia. Okay what's what's up from the guy who when Roseanne got booted off the Roseanne Reboot. You did a version of so we miss your Roseanne. We want you back. Hope you're okay. And then he greeted Jolie the two Roseanne to one of my favorites. He's also like a decent singer too so the more funny Roseanne from a from a sonic standpoint fits in really well with Joanne. Oh Yeah My. My favorite version of Joe Lean Ever done was a swarm of leg recording by the white stripes. And it you know. It's like everything else by the white stripes where it's like it's like it's not like the Dolly Parton version but like you know Jack White's y'all Joe Lean and he does his dirty guitar pretty cool pretty cool sauce. Somebody should write that DEA. Joelene at the end of the POD. Why not severe good one for today? Bro Lean Rolling Rolling Broglie. I'm begging you please. Don't hit my jewel Paint yourself in accordance record. That won't get the Internet back. Your v Neck t reveals your PECs. Your xbox controller was left on my deck in. I cannot get over you sterling to be a great traps onto you. Don't talk about Joe. Lean off the PERP and can bow. We used to drink John Barley corns every other weekend. I wish we could go back there and used such tunes Joe Burling. Oh my God Alsina for watching her or I by the way I want to note something I've followed through on one of the show's finished it. The when the streetlights go on terrible ending life one of the thrill my phone I saw I could not believe I watched it. The the industry lights go on was they never went. They did go on actually but like the whole point of the show is at this girl and her teacher get killed and like it's this whole mystery of who did it and there's this this suspect to comes in kills like the boyfriend and all this in the end it was none of them. It was just some neighbor in it and the the last the reveal is that it's just a one off they're like Oh and the neighbor got arrested. He ended up killing both. What what I want you that ten ten minute episodes for that. What other shows like that where they just they they ex Fucking suspect out of nowhere. It was anti-climactic. True detective phenomenal saddle. I know I don't think it was true detectives. I don't know I can't remember I know you're talking about that's like it's insulting to the viewer. When they just make up a killer at the Dow even go either way can make it too obvious insulting. I don't WanNa be that screenwriter. You gotta find a happy medium. Can you imagine usual suspects just walked out? He's like looking at all the stuff. Knee realize some guy you never heard of before? Like just guy from the hot dog vendor. Yeah like just like like. Yeah wasn't wasn't even. It wasn't even related to the Kaiser Story just was like he's like Oh fuck when he was talking. I just remember it like it was a hot dog vendor murdered. That person as great seven instead of it being Kevin's Capex. That's essentially what the when the street lights go on. They just the sister gets killed. I mean I don't give a sham. Sorry I just bolted for everyone. The sister good skill at the end of the fucking series. And they tell you as she'd be being killed they tell you it's this neighbor and the neighbor. It's the last episode. I thought it was a joke or like a a fake APP over spoiled it for all twenty qube users. Sorry I know you missed me. No Oh capable begin again to the second Chris. Video is just Jesus man. It's a yeah pop better Sassafras. Somebody called the Kevin Spacey Christmas Eve video that I tweet it out today and said no nothing has been. Nothing's been the same since his video came out. You know what true true true all right. Well let's go. Let's get a door episode. I know we're just itching to actually I'm kind of agent at TACO draft day. I wrote a list of grievances basically. That's what my review was like my my my written notes on grafters grievances. I'm GonNa read them all off But this episode is brought to you in part by death. Wish Coffee can gentlemen leave. They sent us a little treat for the For the listeners. Yeah they send us a little treat ahead ahead of time. They knew were reviewing draft day And they knew that it wasn't a streaming anywhere in that we are forcing our listeners. To rent it or look blue so they sent us a little song ahead of time. So thank you to death. Wish coffee watching you ever motion from the college pros game. Dennis leary. 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When you're wearing glasses. Get Coffee Cup. He kind of blow in your Coffee Cup. And then in the air comes back and hits your glasses and warms your face up to a cold brew in the ground. Beens like coffee Equality both very good very rare sometimes brands. I like that a lot of moving on a lot of movie delayed. I'M NOT GONNA get into them. Dc moved back. Almost every movie moves a couple of up all just by a couple of months. Everything basically moving back to get into it. It's it's like doing fucking math problems at this point. Just reading numbers Shit. I say one got moved to a different platform that is scuba. School is coming to streaming like may fifty s go different blood worms or the scale crucifix. Cube sounds crampy. Do Screw are you sitting? Down is dead Miami Scoop there so this I've definitely GonNa Watch this. We're definitely going to scoop Mike. My question is though I wonder if we could tall enough people together to do like a live review. This I don't know just thought let's go to a lot on. How much cost at Bendigo? People that we can pull seventy five people together. We probably seventy five to one hundred people enough to be entertaining which we've learned because like we've done. Our movie nights across periscope. Twitter twitter is definitely a lot harder to keep people like their attention. You basically have to keep. Tweeting out the periscope link and be like like yesterday we were like we have the Family Guy Writer. Alex silken rules by we gotta get him on this show. Good end vader's fighting luke and we spiked up by like fifteen hundred. Two thousand people on the dips down his twitter. There's no-one sits on twitter like that. Unless there's a clear end goal. You know it's a movie and we're not. We're not showing the movie but I've learned that like you. You really got entice me. It was a movie they know already become difficult for for the live attention span. So I don't know if scoop is the right move but I was thinking that we could do. It was old school but anyway getting close tag to get into the free community. That's the way we tell people drake's coming on this this and then it's just like a guy named drink your phone but it's just not drake. It's just another drink every fifteen minutes. You'll hey dre how you doing. You're coming on five minutes okay. And just keep teasing him straight. And it's the audio from clanged Ninja. Yeah I was just just like same thing in just like okay. Drake like what's your favorite drop spot. Drake's Lake Alex over here. Oh cool Drink what's your what's your favorite weapon. Drake's like Malik. The gun and Shingo so-called Dude. He's so easy so smart and he was obviously not bad into fortnight but he so savvy been due to get on it. It's like how he released a song made Good Managerial Drake. He He Drake's releasing school. Early I don't know I'm kind of excited another new movie. There's a movie coming out on Thursday actually interviewed this episode. Sam Hargrave who directed this new movie extraction with Chris? Hemsworth the Russo brothers produced it on Netflix That's another new coming out that interviews later on in the show I t's he's fucking awesome. Awesome awesome dude and some set some cool shit about mandatory in a vendor's all that anyway scoop is in a movie and that's cool. I was like the fact that something new is that we were kind of looking forward to so it's nice. I'M GONNA rent it question. No I like it. I mean if if I spent If I spent twenty dollars to watch trolls world tour. I'll do scoop right because I did spend a did spend twenty dollars to watch. Charles you did you like it rid of it yeah. I enjoyed inam ballot. The first one and I'll make fun of those movies. And I'll be a big hypocrite about him because they they are without a doubt like the most cynically design pop movies. You know structured around the dumbest songs but somehow they're able to do it in such a way that just fucking pope's with his stick my little Back my brain enjoys shit. I just something about Anna Kendrick's voices just comfort food to me or like racial bloom to that too busy. I hear her voice now. I'm just like I'm at home. I feel comfortable now but I like the. The voice cast the net incorporating all the other musical elements. That was a nice touch. A classical section killed me obviously their their view of a music country music wasn't that refined the country music portion kind of expanded country music's a little more than just this sad person song. Kelly wasn't a Kelly Carter. It was Kelly Clarkson for that inaugurated like was the Jamie Dornan. Sex Men bit those good. Those will play one guys. I am live switching over in real time between between my computer and my Internet. Mbacke Oh does me seamless seals anyway? That's scoop how Halloween. You remember that movie. They're coming out with two more sequels because yeah Halloween kills than Halloween. Men's one of the Writers told Movie Web. It's like the first one on steroids. I guess it really is. The bigger badder meaner version of the first one. Remember the great thing about Halloween. It was something that we forgot is that it starts off and takes place around podcasters so it respects us which I appreciate about Halloween. I think I'd just completed the first live transition. A recording device in my Puerto Halloween was how they made it seem like it was this official final sequel to Halloween. And then he's not dead and they're making more because they just don't fucking care. I don't know if I had a favorite part of Halloween custer's renew spot. That was a great way to just. She'll like that time of type of stuff with Cova. Nineteen is what you're going to expect in two years at a movies or they're just GonNa Shoe Horn something that's current and do it two years later. What are that's how he dies? What if that was finally how they end? Not that we care not like huge Halloween fans. What are they finally killed? Michael Myers like a fire. S I think that might not I think that might not make anybody happy. Not a single soul. Jamie Lee Curtis I I don't know I mean they may the writer. Manageable said this ambitious right. That's basically what he's saying. It's on stare. I love movie on Steroids Right. There were bad right steroids. If like for movies it's it's painted like steroids have such a positive connotation for everything. There's a business intelligence tool that like people are trying to sell to me back in the day like vendors would like email me and they'd be like this so it's like excel pivot tables on steroids. I WANNA be like all smaller. Does it give me bacne? People still say that they'll be like yeah. It's like this on crack crack S- bad in front good. What was the movie you're talking about? Where the director when he was describing just he learned his said Yeah. It's like godfather combined gladiator combined with like good photos combined effect. Titanic it just listed off movies. People thought were good and said that his movie was like every one of those combined figuring it was but it's very funny. Net sounded like a bright director person. Type thing to say. Oh yeah oh Max Max Landis comment great dude that's what is sounds Santee. It just sounds like somebody like who just like Yeah you know. It's like titanic in that I show you some some Bubis Godfather in the sense that I'll let me people are in it. There's a couple of dudes in it. WanNa Talion Guy How about this one? This one's fucking crazy cary Fukunaga about no time to die. He'd said in an interview with interview magazine. It's very literal. I had an idea that this movie could all be taking place inside. The villains layer from the last film very memorable There's this scene. Where a needle goes into James? Bond's head which is supposed to make him forget everything and then he miraculously escaped by a watch bomb. And then he and Leia blow up the place and go on to save the day. I was like what if everything up until the end of act to is all inside his head that would piss people off. Yeah I couldn't think of a I couldn't think of anything that would belong. James Bond movies less than that. And I've seen the later Pierce Brosnan movies too in people but did you see what he said after that though but always said he was pulled anxious for this. No we said we thought about some ways we thought about some ways to send Suspend the prentice thing bond off But at the end we we just ran out of time. Disappointing as I expected it today. I mean this. I'll tell you what there are again. Which what did we just? We compared it to something. We compared it to to the man-in-black international no member the men in. Oh we oh. We talked about westworld how everything was a dream and all that shit we compared to men in black in the first one everything numbers marbles. The Earth is a Marta or Gallo. Like there's no big fuck you. You wasted your time than that. 'cause that's not. Even it's not thought-provoking it's annoying. I guess maybe you can find a way to make thought-provoking shouldn't shut the door completely on that but for most part that's just very annoying isn't isn't the hell like humor the TV show Dallas. Yeah isn't it. Isn't that how they ended the series or like a major plot point series of Patrick Duffy in the shower saying oh it was all a dream or something like that the big point in Dallas. Like somebody died. There was a cruiser. Jr Jr. I thought I was just thinking about the guy who shot. Jr they should. They should remake hours. Dead the remake Dallas again. They remain a few years ago except now should take place at like the sweets. Above THE W. And and the the the protagonist is like He. He's Vice President at his DAD's Real Estate Company and he does a lot of cocaine and Dr King Ranch and his girlfriend lives in Plano. As long as there's a WHO shot. Jr in there somewhere yes. We'll work that in there. I'm trying to work out a few different things with this. I Know Greg contact. He's listening right now. He wants to do few things. This episode brought to you Barbara. The barstool sports store we got. We got some Nice Nice hats for Mother's Day. Nice call your mom. Had some really good stuff there. Don't think you can say that a puzzle a puzzle with Mining Ken. Jack's face on it risk which is kinda crazy. Yeah you can just bleep that out. Yeah I already believed that. It's fine. Get some get some Gronk merch signing not signing a treaty to the bucks a Barstool sports store stored up BARSTOOL SPORTS DOT com. Get Your Barstool. Merch. I it was A. I'm excited. Gross back but I was like reading some stuff yesterday where like Patriots fans thought. They gave away or thought they didn't get enough for GRONK Korea. I know they're so there are some patriots fans now. There are some people who are making fun of Patriots fans like Yeah Okay. You're saying you're saying like. Wow we a fourth for a guy who wasn't gonNA play in there like you're really actually mad. I think that's like the Patriots fans are saying that and they're being seared. There's a reason because that's a great deal Yeah there's a great deal. It's something you never thought was going to be worse. Something is now worse. Something as a colts fan just pisses me off. Just found twenty dollars in your fucking suck ass before pig is like that. Yeah I don't know it just fucking heads there's a there's always be subsections of any fan base. I think is probably one of the things with three people were like. Oh my God what the fuck and then like buzz fuck. Sports picks it up and runs a de Patriots. Fangio kissed their fucking limit on twitter. It's like two guys. It's like Brady Domino Dom Grady Dom Brady Domino's guy who's a fan of Brady Domino's pizzas. They don't even have a profile picture. It's like two tweets in the that Tom Brady. We gotTa Bring Back Dom grading now that he's on a different team top obey. That's right. Oh that's the worst. Dom Grady is so much better than Tampa Bay. Tampa Bay is one of the worst things we do. Have the DOM grady account now. Original owner passed away. And Yeah one of somebody. Somebody sat down on it. It is. It's taken yeah again because I know the the results trying to get it from the original owner for a while because I wanted to do. Just a very ironic. Tom Brady thing. You wouldn't be funny anymore but think about it in the context of two thousand sixteen. It'd be fucking hilarious. Oh that Nelson Tie dom grady so much better than Tampa so much better significantly better dot. Downgrades the ultimate like Darren Reveals GonNa Post this sort of thing Moving on Star Wars and other New Star Wars series in development From Russian doll creator. Leslie Headline She He's been making some according to variety that I will be a female centric star worship for Disney plus. There's sort of like martial arts type thing going on there She's writing the script. Serving as showrunner is with screener and says lottery reporting on this. But it's GONNA be set in a different era not the same as like the high republics. Shit I the cool keep keep making star wars shuts all all in all in on star worship. I don't care if it's all female or they'll Yoda's Sabas like star wars shows but working so far. Just keep making them. I'm very happy with one episode of Star Wars. A week like what? What's the worst that happens? You don't like it. Don't watch it. I think it's fucking awesome. Like just make as much as you can like any fucking the good stuff like the warring. We'll just keep watching and they'll just keep making 'em all about it and apparently and I haven't washed Russian doll yet. I really like behind list. People love Russian doll. So that's Excites me a little bit? I watched an episode was okay. I was actually. It was good. I just I didn't didn't continue and I probably should have but it was. It was it was interesting. It was a concept ambitious worse than ambitious. Imagine if Keanu reeves like read the script of the new Matrix two. It's a concept it's really on so I just feel like I wasn't grabbed. I should have been but at the same time like a lot of shows do that to me. I don't think all altered carbon did that to me. I just kept watching it because I knew that it was as much stupid dumb shit but this is this the Russian doll. I think is a little smarter than that. Maybe I'm just not there. Did you finish the last season Carbonate now I stopped watching. Yeah that's I can't do. It can't do it right now. There's too much too much stuff. There's too much stuff on all these platforms and just don't don't have the bandwidth to devote to a suboptimal show right now. Fair enough which is Which is why I am currently watching movies. You keep watching. I'm currently watching Dave on fx. Oh which is good for can I? I came into the wrong period of that show but apparently people do like it a lot. So many good chance Mark Wahlberg have a mark Wahlberg. He was almost in men in black three. As the Tommy. Lee Jones throwback character instead of Josh Brolin Delight that I think dress Brolin was very good comp to Tommy Lee Jones to be honest. I don't think he was either but imagine. Walberg feared it would have taken your right out of the movie. I think I would have preferred Walberg really. Yeah I don't know I just there's something about there's something about a no fence mark. Wahlberg but Josh. Brolin hold you a higher standard and I felt like I felt like men in black was beneath him whereas with Mark Wahlberg has been in transformers movies. I feel like would fit into that universe perfectly. He did Joe. Heck's like the year before doing fucking Menem Jonah. Hex Is the least ambitious. Yeah super fucking ambitious. We who we just talking about that. Oh we interviewed every. Let's say that right. Yeah we can. We just interviewed someone from Jona heck's and we were just talking about random tossup what movie talks to the dead. Who just talked about Jonah hex Jared Jeffrey Morgan? He was you know what I did. Watch the other DAY WITH MARK. Wahlberg was Ted to and Had all-time great line I forgot about was when they're in the car and Amandus I freeze character. Says she went to Arizona State and then Ted head? Some wine like Arizona's Day on like how many times have you done fucked on the houseboat? We talked about ten to actually recently. We just talk about. I don't know what his accent of his work on it with separate Farland was but Robbie Fox asked him like a controversial say that ten tooth better than ten and he goes yes he goes he goes. We had a lot of funny jokes and Ted too because we hits appoint were. There's a courtroom scene that lasts a year. It's it's awful. It's funny listening to someone who works openly. Admit like I didn't really like that. It's nice refreshing. Yeah go back and rewatch our our empire strikes back thing he talks about the stars family guy a bunch of other stuff family guy in general but it was. It was pretty. Fun Is Fun. Listen true you know the the family guy bit where it's like Look what he loves. Bureau loves it when they say the line of a movie within a movie yes he wrote. That joke which to me is one of the funniest guy for me. The most referenced line for me from Family Guy. I'd like to come along because I'd love to talk to him. They went back. You know what we ask for back to the future because that's actually getting released on Netflixing. May and he said it's one of those perfect movies. That'd be a good one to do it with. Yeah that'd be Stahl Jit Trillon actually people in the Kinda chat when Alex Zahn. We're like I think outs who might just be true. And truly voice change. It sounds exactly like you guys. You guys will hit it off. I'd love to talk about how sensitive the other writers are for like the Simpsons. Is it for a while? Simpson's got so pissed off at family. Yep He mentioned a couple we talked about the simpsons for like five minutes about a joke and he mentioned how funny like that's the thing is like obviously like I feel like anyone who wrote for family grew up with the simpsons at least had the simpsons in their teenage years and then the simpsons went off for a while. It's all simpsons did it. Thanks again they did every plot. And there are a Lotta things that rip off the simpsons. But that's because the simpsons were brilliant as true Simpson's did of Greek Egg. I watched two twenty two short stories. Or whatever it's called Springfield last night. It's just like one of the all time. Greatest episodes of television is brilliant Anyway family guys get to got no. He's Super Fun to talk to you. Fuck what are we talking about too? But just like we were just talking about random lines from blue harbor site that that fucking parodies is so perfect. It's an all time. I mean the whole all three of them like even mentioned my Seth Macfarlane all the writers they were very more down on the last one because there it is out of ideas but there are still very funny all three of them. Especially if you're star wars fan. Yeah very much. So last thing of news and draft day. Hbo Max Launching a May Twenty twenty the steps at the Stepson For Hbo. I was going to say it. Sounds like a fucking another account that criticizes. Hbo Hbo. Max here with my review of Westworld launched may twenty seventh monthly price of fifteen bucks. We'll talk about the differences between that and HBO NOW HBO. Very fucking confusing. By the way that's going to be a huge problem for them Ten thousand hours of programming on launch friends. The Big Bang theory the fresh Prince of Bel Air South Park. Doctor who rick and Morty shows from New Line Cinema Warner Brothers movies cartoon network. Tbs TNT HBO and other things as well to protect its warner. Brothers is what it is And then original content including Dune the sisterhood of Dune spin off. That'll be gorse. Mex- you've been taping episodes real sucks and so on to your frontal school. Got The nickname. Hbo Marks Necks. Oh my God what a pull on that. You're howdy Max name. Did you think of in your head. They're much better than me. Be olmecs. Tokyo vice in Ansel. Elgort movie are no wait? No it's a series. Tokyo vice starring in Solo work. I want that to be a grand theft auto game. Sounds like a good grand theft. Auto game give me a grand theft auto set in the eighties in Tokyo for player. Shit derived from Destin Daniel Krant. Who's doing Shanxi Sanctuary? That's right I swear to God that if the next grand theft auto takes place in New York or California. I'M GONNA BE I'M GONNA play the shit out of it and love it but I'm complain about it and tenders Intifada des Moines true. You've been missing Keighley quoque O or Kumiko. I mispronounce it for the Big Bang theory She's a new show on. Hbo Maxwell the flight attendant the flight attendant follows the titular flight attendant. Cassandra Bowden after. She Wakes Up Hotel Room in Dubai. Next to a dead body. She ignores this and returns to work at the airport flying off the New York where she's met by FBI agents. I kind of like that. I like the concept. What about like dark dark comedy? Is it a dark? Comedy or drama. Drama Oh okay John. How many sounds like it'd be kind of forty two different wave here you know? She's a very good Equestrian competitor no. I did not know that. Yeah she I think she got the she married A man who question Anna Kendrick is teaming up with Paul fee again for a wrong common fallaji series called love life cheerful boy. I can't wait. Can't wait for another fucking slice of Life Romance Anthology. I loved modern love on Amazon Prime. Love like all the stories about people in Manhattan who fucking go to counselling wines and then like Abdin Italian restaurant dinner fall back in love station. Eleven based on a story a book of mysterious flu like sickness which sweeps across the United States. Oh Fuck Dude timing made for love. It's nearly fair. Production adapted from the Alissa. Nutting I read made for love. It's a wedge. What we call it a switch who moved in with her dad after escaping the high tech count power. Her Ex Boyfriend Tech Entrepreneur kept turned monitored. Her every move that you sounds like a visible man. Gremlins animated series. And that sounds like that's it for the star okay. I don't mind gremlins. Bring them back. I like grim ones. I think the I think the GREMLINS are great. I think the director of Gremlins is a genus way. Had done. So what's the difference with? Hbo Max and HBO here. We're gonNA read these off. This comes from consequence of sound dot net. Because they feel Max offer a lot of things that offers a lot of movies and shit and stuff people warner brothers. Obviously that'll be Harry Harry Potter franchises. So that's that's big Hbo Max New Umbrella Service that collects programming. Hbo Warner Brothers. New LINE DC DC entertainment's on their DC movies Dark Nile that CNN TNT TBS TRU TV the CW Turner Classic Movies Cartoon Network Adult Swim Crunchy Role in more fifteen bucks a month. Hbo Goza Service Available for subscribers over cable TV subscription of HBO include dollar content programming and subscribers connecting your TV log in Hbo Now is the same thing as HBO containing all the same original content but without a TV subscription to HBO Hbo Experience Those. Those are the difference Varieties reporting that. Hbo Now Subscribers Bill Directly Through HBO. Receive h feel Max upon lodge at extra cost but HBO subscribers through one of at and T.'s. services will get it or charter. Communication will get it Your Max automatically otherwise you have to buy it for grams along very confusing. I mean just they. They gotta find a way to make that simpler. GotTa find a way to make that easier to figure out. That's just that's too much like I. I'm sure there's just too much but the HBO Max covers so much that goes beyond HBO. I don't know why they couldn't call it something else though I know. Like Warner Warner plus like is because I feel warner is A. Hbo Worn Again. No that named sucks but if you if you told me hey do you want. Hbo Max or do you want a combination of like the Warner Properties plus like Turner Classic Movies Because Turner Classic Movies. Actually probably a big sell for me. Somebody who's always like man. I wish I could watch more classic movies try. They're just never on the streaming service right like I think a lot of people if they had that John and the way there's also like there was a a platform that did that but I think I got shut down right. I don't know but I I like all that stuff. I just don't think it sells it. I don't think the HBO HBO and your brain just thinks HBO selling point is affected. They have such great programming and all that Shit. He needs something differentiated. But there's got to bundle those and make it simple because it's just not simple because I get it I like there's there's a point to each side but there's there's gotta be a way to make it easier to digest because right now it's a bit too much but again use the word. Hbo BECAUSE THAT'S QUALITY PEOPLE LISTEN TO HBO? Maybe here quality. So that's why can't they make a streaming service that bundles all the soundboards? I love together like Griffin soundboard. And the Arnold just an APP on your phone that I can use to just like Lois. Debbie Woman Lois someone on our last resort Daddy. And what does he do the the time that you couldn't get the canes for little linemen down from from 'cause I never? I'd never knew that that was the name of that song you sing it so fast. There's a little lion man what's your name. My name is little lion man. So Kevin Costner. Draft Day came out in two thousand fourteen by two or three weeks before the browns actually had like a wild night in the draft. Kind of ironic. It's the After Johnny Manziel so so Hysteria Chris. Berman going nuts. It's like it's like the movie it wasn't his the movies not plausible whatsoever. Follows the Cleveland browns swiftly than the General Manager Sonny? Weaver junior played by Kevin Costner when a pro football's most important days the NFL is drawing near but sunny has much more in his mind than just which players to recruit his lover. Jennifer Garner bizarre steady. The weirdest part of the movie domus be plot maybe ever added. Unnecessary is pregnant and the team teams owner Franklin Jello Played by Franklin Jello. Wants to fire him after sunny. Except I'd never take sunglasses off by the way Sarah Strange. Not once very weird. There's gotta be reason behind that like I've maybe he was sick or something. I don't know after funding except to deal with Seattle than Nazi team's first-round picky immediately wonders if he has made the right choice for himself and the browns draft day twenty fourteen. Dennis leary as the head. Coach Chadwick Bozeman before a Black Panther. Plays a college student. What's the deal with this roster fifty two players how come I only fifty two players get fifty two cards in a Dick Love Smoking? These assholes giant drag from a cigarette. Yeah Chevy bowls and plays a forty year old college student. Arian Foster's in the movie which is kind of blew my mind Sean combs in his in it for a little while at a p Danny. That was a brand of his well Terry crews in for a little while and it's a random movie it does some cameos from like maybe some of the longer they could have gotten better cameos for this is what I'm saying Elliott's in it for like for forty seconds as the Wisconsin head coach Even just like the NFL cameras right. So goodell GRUDEN. Okay so Jim Brown legend Bernie Kosar Cleveland Legend. Then every football movie made in the last twenty years has Chris Berman in it just by Law Lake George. Bush signed that as soon as he got into office and then Ray Lewis Amalgam selfishness movie. Yeah what'd you do? Get pick ring any six still good. Were you pick the president does it? It's not illegal. That's all I can hear this song. I'll tell you what folks this movie draft day is a Gase Fart. V movie is a Gase fucking Fart. It sucks is the the most wannabe moneyball ass thing I've ever seen. This movie wants to be money ball so bad and it misses an every. Well I flew doesn't have Aaron Sorkin. That's a big. That's a massive difference in this and moneyball. Just the writing is off the wall. It's terrible and I don't think from my nose. I don't think football's ever had like moneyball. Mo- Indian. Now might be like. I think there have been changes to the game. I think the two thousand and three rules change that in you know basically Polian complained so much about that. Kohl's loss that kind of made it into more of a passenger glee like there have been changes to football because of things that have happened but like I don't think anything to the extent away like analytics taken over baseball. I don't think you can do that as much in football and other sports Basketball maybe as the one that comes in second closest. So you're right. It was like they're trying to they're trying to like horseshoe this lake outside moneyball type perspective into like this. This is understanding of football. That seemed like it was it was written by an alien who had access to Madden Games. Yeah that and they had a licensing rights. Nfl teams yes. He had all. I mean somebody tweeted us at me. I can't find a tweet. This was not my thoughts from giving someone else. Dade said that. This movie is a cool story if you've never seen the NFL draft that's like that might be the person inclined to say. This was good. It is all their solve anything with this movie. That pissed me off and look. I don't know I might be a little biased because it takes my favorite football team and it's just it's a corny disaster and my favorite baseball team is in my favorite sport. We've all time which is I would say. I don't like snored. Objectively objectively though at least close enough to sing objectively one of the best sports. He's ever made in major late. So I've seen the really good and I've seen the bat and this is fucking that so bad movie. It like watching. It made me think this and I didn't like thanking this. What if I'm watching a movie like hidden figures and somebody knows science is watching that? And that's their draft it but I'm watching hidden figures and I'm like this shit smart inaccurate and I'm too much of a dumb ass to know that I don't even know that much about football but I'd say I know more than the average person and this made me feel like I was might sensibilities. Were being offended when I watched it because I knew so little about football. I'm just like is. Is this what it's like when a race car driver watches rush or whatever like is I is this? How bad movies really are for some of these single within that profession and I'm not even within that profession so I don't think it is but it's just like I don't know that's one of the weird things about it. Is that like I agree in that? I think that they don't really have that money type angle they could take with a with the. Nfl is at draft age stuff. Like this doesn't happen in the same way that there's no story like Analysts in being traduced into baseball but the same time like this is like one of those first moves that really gets those licensing rights given that open window to do something super cool with the NFL and not having looking like like a blue jerseys in guys called the wildcats in. Yeah we're in the national football league like them. Having Michael cuddles corners going around that shit like that to me was a great opportunity that gets wasted so bad by this movie. Right like having those licensing rights and just the story is so implausible in so interesting and I think beyond being people who are experts the NFL. Like you're saying like people who really understand this shit way more than we ever really could like. We're Lehman we really don't understand that. Should we even knew that all that was so implausible and so stupid and far-fetched that's bad. You don't want people having that realization Bo Bo Callahan. Yo this this type of thing happens no it. Doesn't this doesn't happen this like no. They're like Oh remember. When the saints didn't know the saints it didn't happen during the draft. This is it's an implausible movie. And that's put that here's a thing throwing that aside. 'cause it's a fantastic sensational sports movie. Like I mean what Major League unlikely to happen either but a good movie funny movie and well written you look past it because that's the point of a movie this one. The problem is like I can pick that apart because the rest of it's terrible and I can lean back and say all right if you want me to overlook that if you'll need to suspend disbelief the rest will be sucks anyway. I get drafted at twenty. Eight is garbage movie so bad bad movie and a bad movie and people only like it. Because it's the NFL and if the draft and they watch around the draft it gets them excited to watch it. And it's I don't know someone's guilty pleasure like at movie that the the the problem is. I don't think in order to make a movie with all these. Nfl licenses and NFL celebrities and whatnot. You'd Never Gonna be able to make a captivating project because everything's GonNa be essentially a propaganda piece. All wait wait you remember. We had that interview. We interviewed Timothy Simon's from Veep he's in this movie. He's One of signs assistance. He told us that Bo Callahan in this movie was originally supposed to be a bust and the NFL said Nope you can't let one of our teams draft. The bus. There must be a positive spin on everything in this movie. Nobody really loses a trade right. The seahawks get quote unquote fleeced. But do they really because they end up with they had anyway? They lose a fucking returner so your debt. That is the dextrous true. Yes and so. You're never going to get a captivating story involving the NFL because everything's going to be polished to the point where it's you know. It's IT'S PROPAGANDA. It's it's it's a publicity peace and that's fine. That's what they do like out of all the leagues. They probably historically in the last twenty five years up until the last five have been the best at protecting their image. And then I think the gates Kinda crashed down on that. I don't think you can say that anymore. After the last five years still obviously a strong product but Neil goodell exist in that position to be yelled at basically take take eight dollars so I think he's just I think it's a function of like what we found out about the game in how how You know what it does to players when they play it and I think it's also a function of it just kind of being so big and people investigating it like as a business under a more critical that being said like I think when you separate like a sports story out you get into like the real interesting stories either about like how somebody changed the game or they're about a really small story about how somebody overcame odds and I think here you just get a story about a guy who had these odds that you know we supposed to overcome but at the end of the day still still. Nfl General Manager now. He's got a he's he's got a pregnant girlfriend like sort of a lot of people man like it's just not there's nothing does nothing different about the story just a regular guy doing his job it weird thing and I think when was the best movie so much to thirty five hundred by the way. It's not very good at all. Three point five okay. What are the things that bothers me? Maybe more than anything else in this movie is that it's extremely poorly. Acted like Kevin Costner. I Love Kevin Costner. Great actor he mailed this movie in more than anyone's ever performance in their entire life. It is so bad he but yet but you keep going though because Dennis leary Dennis leary telling the story about Arian Foster's character. Like how fast he is and how quick. He was teleported. Six yards down the field. What Boring Stupid St. That's like his scouting story. Oh totally auspey like. Who Cares what. We've lizzy story. The best story has running back of eating a defensive. Tackle this doing here this movie and then I get into in. I don't understand it. People are bad some in sorry mc like my thoughts here. I'm going to say this the most interesting part about this movie. If you look at Raji Joseph who wrote it won? The writers was a polar prize nominee. Okay so I think they had competent people writing it and I think Ivan Reitman has probably had a pretty good history but I think when you get down into it like I think there's like inability for most people to write a organic things about sports and I think you even see it like the NBA Two k. and the that and career modes where. It's just like everything written like in the in the road to the show or like what's the thing about the man that we played this year. Jeff like the playmaker. Yeah you go to college forever. Yeah and like in the man career mode. They tried to create this narrative. But it doesn't it's not rooted in reality so it always feels off because your character in this didn't play a fucking snap of college ball until his last game gets drafted number one or whatever and that's the way like this kind of felt like a GM like the stuff would never happen. You know just a little bit about it takes you out whereas I think something that lake is maybe more rooted in like play or actual like one game like in heroics is less. So I don't know I think it's just like things how the characters are framed and they feel like an NBA two k. career mode where people are like. Hey what's up chief? Good Gay man. I really liked your handles out there. Hey I represent gatorade would you say you come with me and I sign you to a deal and just for some reason? Yeah instead of being a regular person. Yeah that's how that rules and they ate yoursel been there for like like one role that he recorded year. Something out I really liked your style out there when you were shooting the ball at one of the things they fucked up pretty bad with it is that they try and tell a miracle story like you're saying it wasn't very much reality which whatever but the also think tried really hard to make this movie digestible to like non-football fence. In that sense everything's exposition. Like they have to explain literally everything that is going on out loud said the audience hears it and I think that that was a huge mistake because like when you're making the sort of movie the people who are going to go and see it I think are for by and large going to be football fans or people who at least have a base understanding where. You don't need to do that right now. I agree I agree completely and I think one of the things about like even like what you know about the. Nfl is is. It's one of the. It feels like it's one of the more conservative leagues about trades and trading in the drafts drafting philosophy and like how draft picks actually worked. Just like there's this implausibility because always this assumption that the draft picks GonNa work out and say you're watching your like these guys don't like the real guys don't know shit they have. What like twenty twenty five thirty percent hit rate in at the ones? That are successful. Maybe forty percent hit rate under picks and for this guy to league actually know what he's doing when it doesn't seem like he does he murderesses dad don't forget to statins dead immediately like bear. Bryant Joe Paterno and died so yeah but that's just that's bullshit murder. I the one that backs up the idea that they're trying to do. You can suck my ass the thing that they tried to like. You could tell they shoehorn this end to make it easier like. Oh what's explain the draft? They had a rich Eisen. They filmed the draft for real like they filmed it on the NFL network sets. They had rich. Eisen up top interviewing sunny Iran or interviewing Franklin Gel which would never happen by the way Him sitting up there overlooking Radio City Music. All the shots you could see far in the background and then there's a shot in this movie before the draft starts they say the browns around the clock. They have ten minutes and if they go over the ten minutes behind them will pick next which happened once before but he's like on a green screen. He's he's like right next to or in front of the stage and you can tell they had is in film it like in his studio on the on a green screen and they send it in and they just fixed it up at the last second. That wasn't what I think they went through it like. We have to explain the draft a little more. Because you can't really like you can't make a movie like this moneyball type thing a metrics numbers like the the inside parts of of sports and dumb down because otherwise it just. It's not good like money ball. It took a new that it would lose people because of how complex it was funny that complex but they. They knew that they would probably lose people. But you sacrifice that for a good story for good movie. This one tried to make it so easy digestible. In big FARC stunk well dunk. And that's the thing is they would P.T. Barnum say now separate every minute now. He didn't say this. But it's just like you know you never go broke by a overestimating the intelligence the American citizen or is it underestimating? All right you know what I'm having. I'm having having to go what I'm trying to. I'm trying to say he's like I don't. I don't think people like in general. I don't think they're as dumb as we like to think. They are like like honored as UNA base level. And I think like when when you kind of like go down like at a level below where your audience can actually like catch stuff even though they may have never seen an NFL draft lady. People can tell And that's why I think something like moneyball worked like another thing like the big short like that. The big shore did realize Saab of bringing the audience to its level rather than going down and having like it and I think like like the cheeky bathtub scene certainly helped it like. They didn't just cut away to some bullshit. It was done with humor and I don't know how you do them in this one. But I'm just saying I think people can tell when they're watching is like they're like this movie's kind of fucking talking down to me a little bit. Yeah it's always a condescending. It's the I think everyone has a piece of knowledge to understand especially if they're going to see this movie and kind of what's going on you frustrated me and this is stuff that I remember from my first watch on the ang-lee hoke like fucking comic book. Bullshit that they did. I forgot about the fuck. Outta ME watching it. It's like it's like somebody figured out. Like Drop Shadow on Photoshop. Like embarrass an everything. No no no no here Mr. is you know the word are on Microsoft word where you can make the fancy. It's like somebody learned how to do that into everything they do on every page has that now someone like learns that effect of cutting out. Somebody wrote a scoping them and get it for every phone call it added. Nothing was if anything just distracting like. It wasn't cool. Nothing it was just bad fucking useless added nothing to the movie whatsoever in which just fucking distracting. It was so annoying and all of that to every single time. He said the phonies I tim. Frank House my favorite. Gm of the bills for bullet that line the most out loud rose from new air field and Ralph Olsen stadium of the buffalo bills. How are you this is? This is Carl from monster cable. training facilities. You're here down in north Texas because we can never we can never we gotta say North Texas got to say South Florida. We can never say the city because not actually in those cities My favorite one of those was the exposition. Introduction was the strength and conditioning coach. Who's the worst actor in this movie costumes? Second place second place only to that strength and conditioning coach but when he walks up to greet him he goes like Hey John. How's my favorite strength and conditioning coach? Weird greeting anyone has ever given someone abor born on the League. It's like Oh my God. I'm at the grocery store. And it's Josh CRIBS kick returns like the Cleveland Browns a net forte. Are you going to run for seven touchdowns on Sunday if you tell me? Yes I'm going to start you. Can I say this the NFL is going to do more of this shit? Because isn't that facility. They're opening up in Inglewood. Doesn't have like music just for. Nfl films are they doing like a whole like. Are they going to do their own? Wwe style like film production companies. I mean I would be shocked. We get more of it was the NFL puts puts out a ton of a ton of great content in terms of like a football life. Great Documentary Series Really. Well done the top one hundred players as well done this not not of this chat with Bozeman. By the way I WANNA get to this. What a miscast. Holy fucking shit nuts. Because he looks old who just what a mis cast him in the car in that first scene with the brass knuckles phone and ever Samsung by the way in the movies I mean can the script like writing and his phone. Remember this phone ringtone right it's the NFL on Fox theme a mini audio version of the NFL on Fox. That's eight eight. I hate. I fucking hate this movie. This is so stupid and a fucking arguing via sixty one. Shame on you. It's movie movies. Thanks if we stinks did you. Something comforting about being able to actually see the NFL branch. Basically the only thing I can give it out the GM they protest office and there's just like three people with a sign that says the word boo on. It would be like fuck you and your fucking stupid face this viewer. You're right like the stupidest people in the world it is. I Oh my the thing is and this is why marketing is such a highly like good marketers so highly sought after because they can get into people's heads without people knowing but when somebody even if you are dumb as fuck you can still tell when people think you're stupid and you can still tell when people were talking down to you. I'm not that smart like I'm like average but like I can tell like when a smarter person thinks you're done and you don't like that when you're entertainment telling that to you. What else the the reason? I hate super fans Pumpkin head. The browns January. Pumpkin and said he's in the fucking. That's another reason to hate this movie. Pumpkin head the. What's the scouting? Sorry the scouting footage of Fonte Mack and Bo Callahan. It CONSTA- like cinematic shots of the sack. Zip I it doesn't even matter but I hate what we rail on like triple X. for doing that. Why is this movie doing that? And and the worst characters movie I I hope on the same page the worst Karen. This movie Hold on hold on. I was GONNA say the strength and conditioning coach was such a bad actor. No bad acting I. I actually agree. He's sector. This is the worst character and draft day with a dense. Leary's character now. It's the assistant intern. Rick The nerdy intern. What is the point of that Griffin knew? What is the point of him getting bullied the whole movie? I think. Probably humanize humanized Costner by Bingham. Be Addicted in the beginning. You're having a hard time champ. Tell you much better to be a GM system back in the day. Okay and they WANNA make A. He breaks his computer and then it fast the draft party. He's like that moment where you were like. Oh we'll take the kick returner too because I said so. Those awesome right. What the movie be annoying the antagonists from a credible fuck fresnay? I was GONNA say or gas moment. That's whatever that's what this kid's name was. I'm trying to imagine what sunny weaver would do in this year's draft in the all digital one. I don't know phones. I've gotTa have diarrhea. The Guy who plays Selina Meyers like one of her top aides chief-of-staff ever what's his name. Ben. He abandoned Vida in yes his. He doesn't even really. It's the phone call. Now they're taking a Mac and all he does. He gives the thumbs up the Franklin Gela. He would've been like. Are you fucking kidding me speaking to Franklin Joel what a call out to Spiderman? Turn off the dark. Are you going to the draft going to see Spiderman? Turn off the dark. What a reference. Well how did he get to Cleveland? So fast between draft picks there's four graphics happens in heat and he had driven out of New York and flew to Cleveland. Man Did the taste awhile. Though you get on a private jet and get to Cleveland. And he he said he would be door-to-door radio city to Beret Ohio one hour I don't see that happening. It's crazy. Traffic alone is sitting. Yeah he's leaving in the middle of the draft. He's leaving at like seven thirty PM. Airing thirty it probably seventy. It's probably August seventy five minute flight. Maybe an hour flight at best from New York to Ohio it could have been the fucking concord. It wouldn't have made a different near. He's taken thirty forty five minutes alone to get to a private airfield man. I know it's totally not the right time economically but they need to bring back the Concord. That was such a cool complain of one. Had One fucking accident and they said no more just one. What was a two two and a half hour flight rate or something Cleveland Hopkins to Teeter. Borough is on a light jet a CJ. One is an hour and twenty four minute flight. Yet I mean sorry no chance and you gotta get from from Radio city to T- borough which fuck this. I'm doing the math. I didn't care. He left at the start right after the first right like he threw the Jersey down and he left. He stormed out right after the first big fucking Ben from veep went out to bring him to the car and everything and he was in Cleveland at the time of fourth. Pick give but I could see a full round. Takes like an hour dude. He was there by the fourth pick. Three three picks later he had formed from New York to Cleveland Bananas Hour and Twenty Minute Flight. I'M GONNA keep it real you guys idea. I did a little light scrubbing through this. That's good for the best. I got to the back half or whatever got understanding thirty right now corona virus. You can't no one's on. The road takes twenty four minutes to get from radio. City music all the TITA borough. Okay so that's an hour forty five and then from Cleveland Hopkins Airport to Let's see Brown's facility browns in Berea Ohio on Lou Groza Boulevard? That takes took a fucking shopper. The private upper wouldn't mad formats is an chance. That's an that's an hour and forty nine minutes assuming you get out of the car and rolled into the jet takes off old ask man. He's not that mobile as movie movies. Ally movie is a lie. Maybe they took the chunnel. This should have the NFL draft now. Doesn't that goes it? Goes FROM LAKE? Lake Erie to the New York Harbor. Yeah the Browns Fan. Parking one winnebago outside of the fucking facility watching the draft and partying by the way Awkward that would like. That's that's a maybe it's not for us but then if it's not for us why did you make this if number four really semi serious sports fans and who is this moving exactly or this is again? It goes back to the whole backwards. I think a lot of these leagues like approach outreach to new viewers very wrongly and think has gotten a lot better but I really ten years ago. They come by the colts. Like women's clinic. Were will show you what a football is. And it's like well I mean I think people Patronize people are willing to learn more about the game like they had like a base knowledge. But it's like there's there's always like a knowledge gap with the sport that they don't WanNa go to like even for people like like I love when they do the National Championship. And they have the coaches talk on. Espn two and stuff like that. Because you never get that level of analysis like they never go to the next level they just always keep it as patronizing. Everybody can jump in the pool of all I think at some point like people get sick of it they get sick of just the basic shit right. They get sick of Terry Bradshaw saying lots of good sack. It's almost like a you know when Shawn Watson was like breaking down that play for the report and everyone was like. Oh there reporter got owned for being explained to play but Shawn Watson Evans Notes. Actually kind of sick like it's Kinda cool hearing like a professional in this field. Talk about how this work. Yeah you gotta ask a question. He answered it like then it became. Then that's why no athletes like answering thing because because then became something like wanting someone or not like no athlete. Wants to be like. I'm in the news because I answered the question. I answered the question and it was a good game out. There played hard tough On Cincinnati to some people said to us Someone gave us from their favorite quotes. Camman Tom say with me. You pancake eating motherfucker smoothie said our rating by one one more fuck away. I want my picks back what David Goddamn Putney because I feel like that one. I didn't feel but I did like the Pancakey motherfucker. Learn I've got fifty two Tarzan's I could use a Jane Boo. I thought that was that was that was actually great line because it makes a lot of sense. So Orion from Google world's worst orgy. Pamela be h reviewed the movie on Google and said captivating interesting fantastic movie about the NFL draft. I'm female and I consider this to be one of my top five favorite of all time. It's just the you trace that fucking email from that. Google accounts are dot cadel at NFL. Oh my God Jennifer Garner talking about. Tom Brady being sixth round. Pick if it's new information is one of my favorite moments. Tom Brady being used as any sort of like for the draft is is just horrible thinking talking about the most outlying areas outlier of all time. That has never happened again does don't you can't you can't talk about Tom. Brady in relation to getting a quarterback late draft. It just doesn't doesn't happen like that anymore. The the cop just compared. I think Russell Wilson's a better comp situation like you can get a Russell Wilson in the third round sure. Yeah that's totally fair. Blake chance like you can get a Tom Brady. Well yeah but also thousands and thousands and thousands and thousands of pigs have gone with that same level has shit so Chad Kelly demisch it. Okay so okay. The one thing I'll say that not bad. I like the concept again. I like the concept of the Bo. Callahan thing like it's the birthday party. I don't know there is something interesting there. Like some psychology. Yeah like really like like a who done it like a missile Mustang. It'd be good but there's at least like that was that was interesting me like oh the birthday. That's interesting like he has. No friends like really trying to figure out like the secrets of a player like that with that said they there. There's no way that Vaughan Day Mac. One of the best players in the country get suspend gets thrown out of a fucking game because he touches. Aref in. No one knows what the reason was like. They just found out that like like they almost selected Vantera. Mac He was it was either him or Aaron Foster and they didn't know that it was his mom is like you had some chicken the stands it's as mop your vetting these players. You know that you know that so unrealistic that you would not know why he actually got thrown out why he was celebrating. They barely even remember that. He got addicted in the first place. You let it go. You think you're a or something. That's like every ejection you would figure be like. That's a moment. Every single fucking Jim looking at and that's the way that Bo Callahan thing like wall. I enjoyed that. It's still like that was like the Anti Money Bowl moment to me. Because that's like that's like the ultimate backup of football kind of having like no explanation other than like the only people that really know about it or old guys who've had a lot experience looking at it like Got The idea. Estany passes the eye test which is fine. But that's what I'm saying. I think this movies but I think this movie exists in the same universe trouble with the curve rather than moneyball. I feel like Clint Eastwood's character and Kevin Costner's character winter like elementary school together. And that's that's a fact that Somebody throw out some during some game or something. I might fail. Tell my story you know. Even Clinton who is like thirty years older than Kevin Costner. They still went to elementary school together. And actually never saw the movie until like a month or two after the draft. I didn't want to watch a Cleveland browns. I I watched their nonsense enough and goofy Kevin. Costner what it turns out the movies worse than the team which is impossible. Bad a rule stood. I know they could have done better here. They could have done better. I think I think Kevin Costner needs a do over in traffic here. Jeff Day to draft in the night I can run to that same draft bloom boom Shaka dress. Hey as a big in the six choice in the fifth Oh make future news. That's True Jeff that he doesn't have any second round picks the whole movie just him trying to get second round picks? Now I'll trade away the in the kid from small Got Smallville Guy. Three first second round picks the draft day takes place at the nineteen. Nfl draft in Nashville. And it's just Honky tonk central on the third floor balcony just like asking for beads. People saying Sir. This isn't this isn't New Orleans not New Orleans. Or He's he's he's a kid rock's bar and grill or wherever I haven't been to Nashville and so on. I think like every person who sang country song has their own corporate branded bar now but Yeah he's at the kid. Rock Bar Chris. Gaines are yes. I saw you today at the Ho Two. I I've been doing trivia for the bar so Brecca's ratios are good for enlarges on and music is one of the categories and I had the question was this is exactly I read. I go what musician have the Alter Ego Chris? Gay and I got to gain else. He Goes Garth Brooks Garth Brooks Garth Brunson. Everyone made fun of Willie clones. Like as a Whitest fucking answer my life is like I was so jazzed up for that answer All right let's let's do our interview. With Sam Hargrave. He was Catamarca Stump Double Eaves a second unit director on a vendors vendors endgame just in Mandel Lori and stuff awesome awesome interview talking about the Stub community if an Austrian matterson. Stunk community all He was he was the man and his movies coming out. It's actually if you're listening to Right. Now it's out it's on net flicks extraction. Here's our interview with okay. So we've had plenty of people on this show. Directors people have written some things producers actors. We have another stuntman yet. But he's more stunt man much more than stomach Sam Hargrave. You've done so many things and you're joining us now. Thank you very much happy to be here. Thanks for having me. We were just talking before we started. Extraction hit net flicks on April twenty fourth April. Twenty four three hit Netflix. Quite the time for new movie becoming stars Chris. Hemsworth David Harbour tunnel other people quite the time to have a new movie coming out land. There aren't new movies at all. Yeah we we know is the the the way it goes in these crazy times. What we happened to finish our movie. We're in post and the you know it's It's a very good time. I think people are looking for entertainment especially at home because a lot of people aren't allowed to leave their homes right now so we're very thankful to be able to provide entertainment to the fans out there so the trailer for extraction. She was released this morning. When we're recording. This interview is not GonNa air to the League. This comes out but the trailer came up this morning. I had a chance to see the movies morning. I'M NOT GONNA say too much. I don't WanNA spoil anything. Somebody read the Very Generic Synopsis. As opposed to saying anything Black market mercenary. Who has nothing to lose his hired to rescue the kidnapped son of imprisoned International Crime Lord at Mercer would be Chris Hemsworth but in the murky underworld of weapons dealers and drug traffickers in already deadly mission approaches the impossible but in your words tell people what to expect with? Extraction extraction. Is An action packed? Throw ride where Tyler Rake plays played by Chris. Hemsworth is hired to yet to extract a a kid from this a a very populated corrupt city and he He has a lot of trouble doing it. You know. It's it's a as part of the phone is we. Put this guy who is physically very great. He's done a lot of things. His background his is expertise is in extracting people and doing these physically brave things but emotionally. He's very Kind of cowardly. Once you you get through start peeling back. The layers of the onion EST characters reveal his his past reveals. Some pretty less-than-stellar choices but this this new relationship reforms with the lovie played by Rudy he you know he's allowed or given a chance at redemption and so it's now you know what you do in the present the decisions you make now that in kind of define who you are so you try to explore that in a lot of action pass through arise on the on the way our. It's all say that much Again I watched the trailers morning. That's one of the beauties with net flicks movies is. You don't typically see much until trailers released and sometimes just out and for this example. You're going to see the movie about almost twenty days after the trailers released. There's A. There's a scene in this movie again early on where you start to see a lot of action going on now. I was like what did not expect. I knew there'd be action but it is fucking intense. I mean what was it like your first time directing something. What was it like not just directing a feature length? Movie directed one. There's a I won't give give too. Many details waited pretty insane. What I believed to be. You're trying to do a extended one shot seen at one point which was funded Nana's. Was it like doing that? You're pretty ambitious with a lot of this. Yeah I mean it was it with your first feature. You have to swing for the fences and that's what we did you might. You might not get out of the bar you might strike out but hopefully we we at least got on base to use that finish that analogy but we did try to go big and do things that I wanted to do for awhile. That would push the action movie envelope and kind of just see things in a different way. Now we've done you know in my past. I've done extended shots but never won this long complicated. That went through all kind of a stunt man's and stunt coordinator action designer's dream which is almost every Stunt or Facet of stunt work is involved in this extended. One shot vehicles high. Work wires fights falls guns they gets. It's all in there and we decided to really push ourselves and push our talent who did most of that sequence you know. There's only a few times where we had to use a double BEC- Hemsworth was right in there. Rondi Putu played. Stodgy right in there doing the work and they really blew me away with their abilities to handle action yet. There is actually in the trailer. You can get a very quick glimpse of that scene where the camera goes from outside the car into the car. Seamlessly it The the continuous take stuff is It's pretty wild. It's I will say that and actually when I was watching that scene too I I guess this is the beauty of Netflix. Made is not how you intend to some of the watch it but actually paused rewound. See How long that was what felt like twenty two thousand insane so if you want action. I'm telling you what people listening you're not. You're not gonNA senior yet. It's not out yet out my few days but crazy action. Was there anything that you you tried to take. From any movie franchise series any directors. And you tried to channel for your first experience here or did you have your own like this. How I wanted you might think is. I've seen clips you even like your again in there with the camera yourself. Hand-held some of the shots yeah. I've had a lot of great mentors in his business growth through action and then directing I worked very closely a growing up in in as my career was developing with David Leach. End Chad's to Helsinki who styles from the John Wick Franchise and David Leach from many different franchises. He's kind of started. The Russo brothers have also been influential in my career. And I've worked with a lot of directors like Francis Lawrence's one that comes to mind and I tried to take little bits from all of these great mentors infused that in my own style but I would say that like Chattan Dave My desire to show action in you know Kinda back off a little bit and show the performance. Doing the action was very. That style was very inspirational in the way of trade the action but I I also which is very me i. I did have the camera a lot and I was in their operating like that entire eleven and a half minute almost twelve minute. A one shot sequence. I operated for all ten days of shooting and I shot all those shots when diving in through open windows of moving cars was strapped to the front of chase vehicles. leaping off buildings and doing it all just because mostly. I want wanted the audience to experience at that time in the movie you gotTa experienced in real time what it would what it's like or what it would be like in our scenario to extract someone out of this dangerous situation how intense that would be in how Just difficult and tiring is a hopefully when you after you watch like man. That was a lot of work and so by putting the camera in there and following them not cutting that was. The idea was to just immerse the audience in an experienced. And so I think that along with working very closely with Tom. Siegel R. Rdp WHO's done? He's one of the best of the last decade. Maybe two and just trying to have a visual style that was beautiful and featured that part of the world away. That hadn't been seen before and you know. I think we achieved that. You don't get much in that world especially in anything. American cinema wise like that world. The last thing I can think of that was a big block which wasn't even big blockbuster but a one off it was like slumdog millionaire right. Were you see like that part of the globe but you get a sense of that here that you don't see often really. Yeah that was. That was one of the reasons for choosing that Put The story in. That location was just to to transport audiences somewhere unique. And I think the you know this story surrounded with action and in the The intensity of it it was just very well suited for that locale. I love hearing that. You're out there during the one takes doing that. All yourself leaders lead from the front. It's fucking awesome to hear. It's funny to hear you. Talk about us to Helsinki because one of the things. When I first heard about this movie that made me the most excited was the fact that you're you're stunt work as a coordinator in your your experiences. Second director derives from these action franchises. That we love so much and and Keno instantly. The first that comes to mind is to Helsinki who obviously transition doing John Wick which has been a rejuvenation for the entire action genre on a whole house curious. How much you kind of took me from a house-key in making your own work as a lot. I Mean Jet Jab is a great friend and mentor and he actually said only gave me a lot of jobs coming up to fight coordinating in stunt coordinating and directing. But he in this process. Who is very he actually was attached to this movie to direct it like a long time ago and then thinks fell through. I ended up with it but I was you know. I asked him a question before starting yet. A lot of great advice in that even in the post process like he. He sat me down took he was. We were both in the same in the on the same block Wimmer started post production. He was just finishing John Wick. Three and we were just starting postproduction on extraction so I got to sit in with him. He invited me to sit in on his sound mixing visuals sexual abuse in his color correcting just so that I would know what was capable are always possible. Sorry what was possible in those different times and in those different stages of editing and post production because for for him as. He said he didn't have a lot of people helping you. And Dave on their first movie. They learned so much and wish they had known more. So he's like I want to share that with you and so will be forever. Grateful for him You know handing down that knowledge in the Rousseau's did the same like they were posting in game and they were like come on down at checkout this stuff in post production so I had incredible mentors and on the production side. A lot of what I took from Chad growing up is the way he broke down. Seen in through action was telling stories right and where to put the camera a Lotta Times and just the way to think about an action scene and production as a whole his whole One of his big overarching advices to me was Or override pieces of advice was no everyone's job better than they do. So that I can think number ways. I took that as no that. So when you're working you can better communicate what you want. You know what's possible? You know what you expect out of that job and so then you know here. Here's what I can is possible. So don't tell me that this is impossible. I know that this is possible because I researched this at. I know this job and then you had to hire the best people for that job and then guide them and let them do what they do. Best because as a director. You've got so many hats you're wearing so much of your time slip. You can't do it all so he's got to hire great people in those spots and then work with them to realize your vision. That's great advice that the heels could actually take a little bit from that so shooting action. I think has been really really critical in the success of these recent action movies like we've been doing. Netflix is of a lot of action movies. In the early two thousands of Justice League of extraordinary gentlemen where they just they. Just throw everything at the wall and see what works but then a lot of the more recent ones that have been successful like John. Wiccan like that. We Love Mission impossible fallout a big mcquarry. If we think that like you said they shoot action in a way where it's super easily digestible. And they're able to tell a story through the action instead of the media side piece to the story and how like. How do you kind of do that as a director? How do you story board that well for me the starts into the script and you have to? You have to make sure that action is in the script in order to service the character that you're learning something about the character or moving the story forward and if that isn't the case then you don't need it and it has to be. You're right with easily. Digestible is sometimes get so much noise going on visual noise whereas the this'll be cold this crazy thing where the viewer gets distracted. And you forget why. Why is it watching this? Why is this happening? But great films. Like John with movies or I Love Fish Apostle fall out. I thought it was a very great use of action. One of the best action movies last decade. I think it was just because it was old school action so a lot of not relying a lot on. Cg Yes they did. Use a lot of to enhance things and make them look more realistic. But that's how I like to incorporate you know Cdi How to help things with more real or to help increase safety like if you had a cable or if you know helps smooth out a pat on the ground so it doesn't look like a pad with the heart street whatever you can get to make the the performer. More comfortable and safer. That's how I'd like to use e G and I think when designing action for me storyboarding I'm I've done a couple different was storyboarding but usually I like to do what's called a fight. This or an action biz where you always shoot a sequence before you shoot the secrets like guess what we did with the the one shot in this in extraction is we went out to these locations and we had the amazing stunt team led by Daniel Stevens in Michael Layer designing this action as we would you know on the side just in our stop Jim. But then we'd go on location with the with team once we've decided on it with our Location managers and what not and then in that environment. Let's come up with action makes sense action that we can follow. Don't just you know come with action? smashing together. And you're like why is that happening. That isn't what you do that. Why are you just run upstairs like why are you doing this crazy moves? It's not logical so we tried to base the action designed around the location and around. What the characters going with time so that it makes sense and it's always having somebody who's the logic police have learned that from Nate more one of the producers at marble is e would just always got to take a step back and say like like. That's bananas. That doesn't make sense. That was shared phrase. So you just try to think about it from an audience standpoint and a character standpoint of. Why are we doing this? I love how you mentioned that too. And something we were because we've never had a stunt coordinator ever own here period. And so we were GonNa if you can kind of. Give us a breakdown of everything on coordinator does because we're we're very dumb. People are a lot of our audiences doesn't even know what a lot of most basic operations within a movie. Production does so can. Just give us a breakdown of everything. Stunt Coordinator does within a movie stunt coordinators job as I understand. It is to Oversee the ordination of the stunts and safety on set so breaking that down further is when you have an action sequence. It is one person's job to design and make safe all of the actors stunt performers Crew anyone involved in that sequence. Their job is to keep everybody safe and to oversee. That and make sure goes smoothly. Hire the right people. You know just communicate with everyone what's happening. How is going to be done and then make it happen safely and smoothly breakdown now again? We're again we're it's like the dumb brain audience that you are be stunt double. I guess we'll say art because we're GonNa stay positive that we're going to you. So you stand up for Chris Evans for Captain America Pretty Iconic character. Yes just a little bit has to be pretty awesome too. I'm sure you'll think that round the rest of your life too. Yeah that was one of the highlights of my career and a something that will be forever. Grateful for the opportunity of Remarkable Kevin. Feige in the Russo brothers everybody who Joss Weeden Arendal who is the son coordinating hired for that that everyone who has supported me in that in a in a position along the way give me the opportunity to to bring a character to life because I I feel like with stunts early this now I look at it. I M as much. The character as the actor is the character. I bring to life that error. Just as the actor does with their words in the emotion. I do that through action through through movement and so we share in that that Eric. I'm just happy to be part of it because I is an iconic character and You know to have been a part of that Little call in the huge wheel of the marvel. Canon was a dream. Come True Yeah. It's funny because the Captain America the first Avenger. He's just a kind of very clunky fighter. He doesn't really know what he's doing but in winter soldier which is one of our favorite marvel movies. He's like very refined in his combat and all that and for us. The elevator fight scene in the highway. Fighting in winter. Soldier is among the best action scenes ever to come out of the entire M. C. You and that's one that a lot of fans love. They love watching the behind the scenes of the elevator fight. They'll be watching the behind the scenes of a cowl. That happened with expansion Stan. Talking about how. He's flipping the knife at home just like trying to practice. All of it was that were winter. Soldier was one of the pinnacles of my career because it was. You know I did that. That the first avengers movie where we got all of them together and then where soldier was like a cap reborn for for me and for for a lot of fans so the Russa's asked in a community a part of this in the team you know invited me and I was thrilled. And so- designing those we we did. We tried to give cap a Basically what fans had been wanting it had been missing is a cap with the skills because he rates in the Marvel Universe like a ten is more is fight skills. He's like one of the highest level Combatants in the in the Marvel Universe. So we tried to bring that to his character and showcase that in the elevator fight in on the freeway fight and that was a lot of that action designed. I I had a hand in it but a lot of that goes to James. Young who I worked with very closely in the Marvel universe. And you know He. He's just has a great mind for that. Kind of argosy and an good collaborator. In the Roussos you know it was very interesting working with him on that show because I feel like they this is Beth were they. They've been making movies and telling stories for many years but this is where they gonna cut their teeth and they learned a lot. I think And we learned a lot from each other we would. They would ask me different things. I would give little advices on how I shot action. The past done things in to see from because we shot the elevators sequence early on and how that was shot and covered and just kind of the feelings of like all areas is going. Just how we wanted to get to the the freeway. They feel very confident in stores in our schedule and they're really feeling and they were a well oiled machine and they were just going to put the Amer here. Excuse me do this do that. And it really watching their growth as action directors on. That film was really awesome. Were you made? You didn't get to be Chris Evans stunt double and knives out sweater double lettered you know no I. I really enjoyed that movie that little ever fun. I thought he did a great job. Nice cable knit. You WanNa look good. Go get one in honor of that I old Evans's career the the other movies. Obviously an which. I'm actually if you see behind me. I mean we're big. Marvel fan gang gained into anywhere poster behind me. We actually tweeted today. How somebody tweeted out the audience reaction to the final fight scene when they all arrive in. It's like that was for us. The most unbelievable experiences of my life like not not an exaggeration. It's like being in a theater for that was like what is this is like. I almost not a body. It's crazy. Yeah what was it like though because you were a second unit director movie right so you got to do even more than just stunned. Were what were your seen. That movie warlike or their little shots here and there what was like more the stuff that you handle. Yeah in game was a phenomenal experience for me. Because I was given more responsibility. I was stunt coordinator but also the second year director and the offer on Infinity War I was mostly coordinating and given the the stunt doubling of Captain America responsibilities to my younger brother Daniel Hargrave And then onion game. He continued that dulling process Standerton she taking over some coordinating. I was the second director so I just had more involvement in designing sequences and I did A lot of the sequences towards the end when when? Hawkeye when the explosion hits the avengers compound and in Hawkeye is underground with the adding all the Delirious animals called them mudslides trip from Hunger dance 'cause I had another underlying right Kinda like that. Yeah they're similar they're very kind of otherworldly creature and. Hawkeye is underground. Fighting those creatures. That sequence was mine I I. I direct sequence I got to direct win the Smart hope and rocket Rodeo underground into water and I got to do actually. The cat versus cap fight sense. Feel like like you should be allowed to let me ask the big question here. Who who is America's ads? Is it yours? Chris Ed's you know I'm Gonna I'm GonNa let the world let the world wonder at listen. Let everybody is speculating. America's asked the question of the decade but that sequence was particularly significant for me because it would kinda came full circle both in my career in the Marvel Universe for me. Is I in that sequence. I kind of reprise my role I I had this big beard. Longhair is I'd been directing an infinity war for a year and it was all just going along like it is now and then because I was. I got one more time. I'm GonNa what on the you know the the Kaolin Shield and do this fight and I got to. I was fighting against my brother because he was the quote younger cap. I was the older gap so there was a gun of symbolic passing the torch. There I was returning to the suit which you know the infamous lawsuit that everybody has their own feelings about. But that was where I started in you know and so then to do that. Then I was directing like good Frank Chris Evans and helping design with the you know the art directors in the production manager designing the set and designing action the team and then my dad was there for the four days under that sequence so it was really disobey. Full Circle Experience where it going to wrap everything up in Mobile Universe for me and it was very symbolic. My career with marvel Finishing where it started and it was it was a beautiful thing to be part of such because like there's a almost a mock elevator seen before that too. Which is what I think. It's the most underrated Norfolk movie him to say. Hail Hydra because it's that whole movies about these characters now. It's do whatever it takes doing different things that they've never done like apple would never do that now. He has to and so for that seem to be involved in. We're doesn't happen that that's pretty Ni. I feel when you first saw. Did you have that experience where you like? What were your body? Yeah above all else I'm a fan the fact that I get to work on these movies and contribute to them is unbelievable blessing. I'm super grateful. Every day I get to go to work in contribute but above all. I'm a fan so when I went to the I went in a paid ticket sat down when I watched it with a theater. It was one of the most memorable and enjoyable theatrical film going experience. I've ever had hands down and so yeah. It was unbelievable. There's so many moments in that movie a and it felt like you know so over three hour movie but it felt like I wanted more you just it's bittersweet moment where it's ending but you're there so they did such a great job they being the Russo brothers just paying homage to all the different threads that had been started throughout the marvel cinematic universe I was just in awe all those moments where I got chills in the Harris set up on the back of my neck when cab picks up the Hammer Will he stands in front of When he in his lot cap moms when he stands up any That shot when he walks one man versus an army and then when he you know. Here's a on your left like the whole thing was just chill inducing and I'm really proud part of that project. You talk about that experience in that moment and how that that theatrical experience I think not just for you but for so many people. It's the moment like v movie going moment for them. Do you think that the Rousseau's just deserve more credit for weaving together this infinity saga because there's so many like you said different threads that had to come together in this moment and come together correctly and they really just did you? I mean they I think they got a lot of credit and all of it they deserve. Now maybe more recognition because There are some of the performances they pulled out of the actors in that filmer. Incredible the balance of comedy with action and Drama Lake. It's it's a movie that has everything that you could want from. A you know filmgoing experience a cinematic experience like I laughed. I cried I wanted more like it was and I was there. I was there when I shop knew it was a nice day was considering it was an amazing experience. And they didn't have credible job and delivered the most most movie of All Time. Basically it's at an well-deserved and rightly so it's a great show. I don't hit a couple of quick things before we let you go and wrap up with extraction. I also behind me. This is a podcast interview with star. Wars stuff you just did. Second Unit Work Mandalari ideas is there. Is there any teams you can give us? He's There's a second season is coming and you can say that. What might addition to the Amazing Team GonNa Family Star Wars family that Jon favreau and Disney had assembled there is they were asking him his against this is good peace they were they were looking for kind of bigger more intense action to you. That's great teaser. There though they came to me and I guess we'll wait until the second season two If we paid off on the promise of the premise. If you will all we met was amazing pump that but do you actually giving idea f? It's still like have you heard anything about still being slated for October I believe is still is last. I spoke to People working there is. They were editing remotely leg. It everyone staying home but they have a new technology. They got it and so there. There's continuing the editing process. I haven't heard that they're pushing so right. Now it's business as usual. You guys wrapped basically everything right. In terms of like being out filming. We did filming has wrapped A MONTH AGO. Or so a little more than that and now. They're in the editing process. And all indications are. It's on schedule all right. That's good that eases are that uses are are worry. Maybe maybe we'll we'll press you another time for for spoiler maybe day off the regular we can talk about the I also stunk community in general. I think especially this past year. I know Brad Pitt said some stuff as well. How much to you because we've talked about it. We've seen people aren't the community talk about it. How do people in this community care about being involved at the Oscars are just in general birth thing? I know I believe you were part of the State Coordination Team. That won a BAFTA right so yet like we. You guys do get a war but like there's a bigger level of like the Academy Awards and like does that matter to you. That's a very interesting question matter. It's always nice to be recognized for your work by your peers. And by the world at large so having category in the Oscars would be wonderful and it really makes sense if you break it down logic lease just historically take think all emotion out of decor although the reruns of like you know we want recognition just just logically breakdown. The bill making process look historically and you can find action in cinema since before sound. That's true so if you're going to have a category for best. Sound mixing sound editing You know best visual effects for crying out loud I'll well-deserved category all artistic endeavors for sure but action you know is art. It's just as much as dance and movement and so I believe it makes sense to have you know action or at best action directing or whatever you WANNA call whatever category you WanNa call it because that part of it does get a little bit messy when you say okay is it. Best stunt is at best a stunt sequence as stunt coordinator. Who GETS THE AWARD? Who who did who designed this stuff. 'cause a lot of times eel somebody gets hired as the like on. Indian like I was the second director stunt coordinator was many Ghanaian then like the fight coordinator James Young in Any Hernandez who who actually designed who did all the work who deserves the Oscar. It's a collaborative effort. So that's like A. It gets a little sticky there but I think just as any other Category like you know best costume design the costume. Designer doesn't make clothes so every but that that category are that Part of the filmmaking process say for example costumes on our sound mixing all the people that work underneath that are under the umbrella can say that are category one loss for this film so I think however you break it down specifically about stunts action whatever I do believe stunts deserves category in the Oscars but on the other hand. I don't do it for awards because I love it and you know I. I did it before I got paid to do it. I would still do it without getting paid. I just I just love. The artistic expression of action in awards are not what drives me the passion for the work. In the the the the arch that drives me not a lot of sound mixers can say they risked life and limb to make an action movie. Better though that to be very true unless you unless you're on extraction pretty much everybody involved in that one jot was visiting life and limb. Believe he was he was strapped in the vehicle with me the boom the car. Yup We were. Everybody was right in there with me in So yeah maybe that'll be like a unique category where they can say. A risk license was sound stuntman. Highest risk category so our allies. Things here So you play a character which has a lot of meaning for us it. Very specifically and his is gambit. And you played gambit and do you realize how rare it is to say that because this character gamut they have tried to make a movie for him so many times and never gotten it done in the one reason adaptation they have is the Taylor Kitsch Gamut next men Orange Wolverine I'm honored to be one of the few individuals who have gotten to portray that character on screen and I gotTa thank. Jj Perry for that. Because he was a stunt coordinator on expert origins will ring and he put me in that spot. And I honored got to work with Taylor. Kitsch really great human being and talented actor and had a great time doing it and I you know it was a shame that we couldn't get more screen time for that character. And hopefully one day you know fingers crossed that character will get his own a feature film and because. I think he deserves it. I mean as much as anybody in the universe in with a cowl this time hopefully instead of the hat. Yes yes I mean. There's so many different you know Renditions of Ham and so many things in rain. Just candidly that in that movie they kinda strayed from what fans. I think we're looking for but they did get it onscreen and hopefully we can bring them back someday. Fingers crossed. That happens channing. Tatum was going to be seventy five in like I'm doing it. This year is is going to happen all right so I'm GonNa ask you to do like a poetic state of the Union. But obviously this movie is coming out at a time. Where Look we just reviewed hell or high water again throwback view that love that movie we were golden either saying. I love talking about old movies but I kind of talking about new movies. I know it's been a month but it's still. It's like with how much that comes out. He tweet you're like man like black widow. We're going to see black white on a few weeks or not you. This movie is coming up. It's going to be on Netflix. You can watch it in their home. They can watch `isolation staying saints or anything that you can kind of add to that in terms of this will be releasing a time where people do want a little unplugged. Let me get lost in a new world. In a in a cinematic experience we are living through a very crazy time in our history and it's kind of unprecedented. All a lot of the pleasures enjoys that we as humans receive that of entertainment like going to the movies or going to whatever theme parks or live shows a lot of those interactive experiences with entertainment. Have been for the moment you know halted taken away so I think there's a candidate a duty almost in a crazy way to to provide people with entertainment to get through these times because that's how You Know it cinema and why it has withstood so many different recessions and depressions in different. Things is people will always need to escape. You know life can be tough like they were going right now. It's frustrating there is anxiety it's scary. Life can be hard and sometimes we need you know those two hours of our lives where we can just unplug from that crazy reality and enter a world created for us by these filmmakers and so hopefully with this film releasing on Netflix people. In the safety of their own homes can unplug and kind of go on a journey escape for two hours where they can be entertained. Navy last maybe cry and just have a good time which during these During these days is very important to us. Remember the One how lucky we are and to how how important it is to to be To be entertained and to have dreams hopes and things that we can look to To help us through these times. So hopefully this movie can contribute to that entertain people while they're sitting at home in the insane said you'd have to deliver one but you did you. Do you deliver the Great. That's a great way to end this year. Extractions out April twenty fourth again. I just watched this morning. It was awesome. If you're looking for some cool action that isn't just some crabby US straight to the fucking cedar type experience being at home which is rare. 'cause right now we have nothing new. Thanks again man that is this was absolutely love atop the anytime thank you. I appreciate it in the same anytime because chat. Just hit me up that you're great doctor. All right thanks Sam Hargreave man. What a bad asset so fucking cool fucking way cooler than us. That's one of those guys like that guys May. Oh Yeah. It is not even close stratosphere that dude other captain America Okay let's do. We care to football player names. I WANNA remind you I'm GonNa read off the ones for last time because they're funny. Can Jack you can go. I may control. The audience will go five one name the player give him a position Game College. Just it's kind of fun to say Kendricks last time. Ready for this You'd Snakeskin quarterback Kentucky Tony Montana quarterback Notre Dame warren south nose tackle Miami Jewels Winfield D. End Alabama and mad. Max wrote a Chancy linebacker. Smu WHO's your Your first movie character of the football name. Okay it's my first. One is actually a coach. And it's going to be spurgeon. Tanner a fish. Tanner from deep impact. Play by Robert Duvall and he's going to be the coach Wvu. I like to. I haven't Wvu player coming up actually fish. Tanner be such a great coach like that. That's the guy who coached in Houston. That's what Dana Harrison. But he coached like a kind of a middle of the road like southwest program that put up like eighty points a game and gave up like five hundred yards each night My number my my first pick going from drastic world Owen Grady linebacker Wisconsin just like that. This guy's nose bleeds every game. Grady sounds like gravy. Which sounds like Wisconsin? He's got a lot of eighty three joe. Schubert Paul Has Lovely Penn State and him as well. Owen Greenie linebacker Wisconsin trill number five Penn State. My whole list. My list comes from the John Hughes Brat. Pack all Brad -pecting okay. So my number. Five is is Jake Ryan who was a character in sixteen candles. He's a kicker for northwestern because Jake Ryan is the most northwestern gas sounding name. Isn't there actually linebacker named Jake Ryan? I feel like there's a Jake Ryan should have been jake riot. J. might be going crazy. I think this is a big run on the packers. Football linebacker played at Michigan. But I still I still think it's northwestern nick I it at the very least. He's from Ohio when he played at Michigan. It's very mid western like I'm in. I'm in the neighborhood. Got You inform. I liked that audience number five. They actually had saved like six hundred seven hundred different like really good names. I swear it was so many F. A. We'll do this every once in a while so I didn't even put the vote backout. I'd still had more IRV blitzer. So this is cool. Runnings IRV Blitzer Safety Notre Dame. I will make you look like John Player. That just sounds like his sign the college but they had a Guy Shack Williams that just reminded me of Ice Shack. Irv Blitzer Safety Notre Dame. That's a good one him in the gold helmet. They're planning Yankee. Stadium Fenway Park. I can just see it Ken. Jack Number four movie care to the football names Offensive tackle at Texas. I'm going do. Calhoun from the notebook. That's Ryan gosling is actual name was Noah but like in his early years. Who went by Duke and Duke? Calhoun will be such a cool name for football. Yeah do Hoon say is a linebacker. No offensive tackle offensive tackle. I I always think duke I think running back. Just because do Johnson Johnson. Yeah but it sounds like a guy he goes to southlake Carroll and North Texas and his dad played for the cowboys. Yeah well yes. He's very very wealthy. And maybe like has old tax system but still I grew up in MC mansion like still acts very Texas even though he never actually been out in the country is house was built in two doesn't six weeks towards Ahead yeah he goes he wears. He wears a pair of Blue Casey's with like ABC jeans. My my my number four is going to play quarterback for fish. Tanner at West Virginia. He's going to throw for fifty two touchdowns ten picks senior year go in the sixth round and never start a game. That's from Ocean's eleven rusty Ryan quarterback West. Virginia Dan the obvious. Espn red hair to in this thing. But yeah be so cool. All Rusty Rusty Ryan is GonNa Sling it and then just never be good in the pros not trail number. Four number four for me is Johnny cade nother Awada great names from the outsiders like pony boy. But I just I just could. I just couldn't think of anybody like a modern football player having a nickname like that. Like I think you did historical for Baltimore. Johnny Gade The outsiders quarterback for Arizona. Okay yeah it'd be. It'd be like a big six foot eight quarterback that his his his arms too big play in the NFL because his motions too long. Can't just throw centrally. You you had Zona one for your first list. You did but I read your names your your first list. You had lane. Meyer quarterback Texas Cameron Po Wide Receiver Miami of Ohio Egon. Spangler Punter Michigan Charlie. Bucket quarterback purdue which the belt one pastor troy safety. Usc Charlie Bucket. That's her do quarterback asked name. Oh Yeah Charlie. Bucket leads purdue a late victory over Colorado in the in the holiday bowl. Like what's your quarterback name sounds like Kyle and I think that's a good start. What's the last name or audience number? Four this is an obvious college. Pick Frank Castelo quarterback Boston college right from the roots of Massachusetts. Didn't WANNA leave home not having the time quarterback in a long time bottom dwellers in the ACC? Frank Castillo. Can Jack Number three my number three quarterback for Alabama Daryl Bates from Red Dawn Sick at school named Daryl Bates is sick name here like Bates island getting thrown around there? Like after Baiter like that odd number three another Brad Pitt. Rolf Marine Movie Cliff Booth quarterback Texas Tech Cliff booth is up there with the best coach too. Yeah I mean he's up there top ten passing leader of all time if there were timmy. Chang's the world Timmy Chang the Colt. Brennan's ruler Texas Tech quarterbacks. I mean obviously What's his face? Fuck in Cliff Kingsbury. He's got a lot of cliff Kingsbury vibes same. With Gra Graham. Harrell Booth Clinton CLIFFE's trill number three number three for me as duckie. Dale who is in pretty in pink but this Dougie Dale's offensive coordinator at Ball State University. The duckie call the place. The Place Connects Q. Term actually audience. I like this a lot will hunting linebacker Arizona. I signed Arizona. Scooby RIGHT NAMED VIBES TO IT. Like Scooby Right tithing. He was the knees did him in but will hunting has a really good. Pac twelve linebacker sound alike again. Not GOING TO BE. Great Clay Matthews. Not GonNa last forever but pretty good maybe take some steroids olive. Brian cushing will hunting linebacker. Zona Ken Jack. Number two number two offensive tackle for Michigan Trent Walker As Vince Vaughn's Precarity from swears. Oh okay. Trent walkers just a great great offensive tackle Michigan Michigan. I Yeah I had a ton midwest name yes as as our good friend from our office. Trent very much Iowa very much mid West My List I had a walker to I had Henry cavill mission impossible my first time. I had August Walker tied in Wisconsin who rigging Thompson quarterback Auburn Roman Pearce linebacker. Usc Benjamin Franklin Gates. Why does he James? Madison Jackson Main quarterback Oklahoma. My number two though Tennessee pumping out some great tight ends rowing the boat with Rick. Decker tight end Minnesota. That's great name next GAG Gronk. Yeah the I like to have a title guy have a brutal sounding name. Like decker checking deck deck. Sounds like you're going to get hit trump. What's your number two number? Two is Kirby Kager are Kager. I can't remember how to pronounce it. I'll just parents Kirby from saint almost fire. The this reality Kirby is Head coach at Memphis. Yes yes mathis best team in the state of Tennessee or since Kerr took over not incur. Kirby's got Cook Kirby's doing okay look I'm an old miss van and I just live here in Memphis but I'm thinking about getting some tickets To Memphis curbing plan curbs got him plan a year later. Kirby's been hired by Illinois. Oh God after two seasons he he goes like he goes to a bowl game. The first and wins two games. The next season is least cows. You like ten years Curl Kirby left after year. I'll get the audience number. Two Alonzo Harris will training day running back southern cal to good one. La Anyway works. Kendrick number one. I number one. It's actually Combo. It's a quarterback and wide receiver for Texas Tech Jackson Healy and Holland March. From the other guys know as good Jackson hilly to me. Jay Screams quarterback on March with the name for I think wide receiver or just in general. Lots of good puns. You'd think it'd be great combo the puns right themselves. Sometimes it really do Are the other guys ever the other guys? Tonight's goes. Oh yeah no it's fine. Nice guys. It's on streaming. But I think we may. We'll probably I think we should probably review it probably pretty we all love cornerback from Lsu and ocean's eleven basher Tarr expose to mixing better just GonNa look grain that purple and Gold Basher Tarr cornerback. Lsu tro number. One number. One for me is a linebacker from Pitt from the breakfast club John Bender. Yeah love that. I don't know pits the right school though is originally had Nebraska. But I didn't WANNA have to big ten schools so John. I think fits perfectly for Pitt as his bender. 'cause ben during I just automatically bender from Futurama for some reason she's bending steel bending steel tug name like. I think of like I don't. It's a blue collar school. But I think Pittsburgh's tough city man to beautiful city a very tough city But I was trying to find an ACC school in. I don't think there's a real tough. Acc school like all the ACC school like the toughest school was it. Virginia Tech argues now. Yes I can't. I can't see John Bender any the ACC schools. John Bender Duke now. John Bender couldn't get into Duke because Like now it's like t Higgins Isaiah Simmons like when it's Clemson those names like John Banderas in sound clemson right now. Allow me tell you a little bit about John. Bender is John. Bender's a family friend of mine. John Bender owns two t shirts. I T SHIRTS. Billabong t-shirt the other one's a cut off from the Gus mackey basketball tournament. John Bender drives a two door jeep. And keep the talented back. Oh Yeah for what? What's the four he's always has it? It's a it's a blue collar. Talent Scout folded up in the back. John Bender takes it. He's got his gym bag back there. He's you know he's just driving around the Gus mackey. Shirt he's got the Cox hat up on the visor. He's good sorry. Tokai very cool. Jon Benet Jon. Bender would not have been away for us not absolutely not no no. I like I like. I don't I don't like it but I liked that landing spot for your boy. John come last one. Audience Rooster Cogburn quarterback Oklahoma State Rooster. Cogburn WE MOVIES INDIAN. Originally is this character is a pretty good one. Pretty good one Audience last time I'll read off. There's had John are buckle kicker wake forest a brick Tam Linebacker Iowa Tej Parker Wide Receiver Georgia Tugs. Beadman running back. Ken Stay in. Bob Lee Swagger quarterback Texas Tech Richer. Pick so it's good pig. Yeah very very good. Pick I I I. I like the like the Doctor Rooster Cogburn. Make any left now all right. That's it for Jennifer Gardner. Oh Oh that's right. Let's let's do box game. I totally forgot. I'd I'd I don't WanNa promise anyone anything. No Yeah we forgot live forgot because we we went to an interview okay. I'm ready to go. I have for top five up so good gardener by the way alias is one of my favorite shows and high school. Richaud talk to Greg more about it. Let's see okay. Okay okay I mean you gotta get the Comic Book Movies. Out of the way. I saw daredevil tough top dare-devils not like how you've been doing the recent ones where it's like iron man right. Yeah yeah but it's still made a lot of money. I'M GONNA GO FIRST. Pearl Harbor because I feel like Pearl Harbor. Yes eight a lot of money. Let's do Pearl Harbor. Yeah that was smart. That was you gotta get down on the way. That was an obvious choice. Does number one right. Yeah that probably wonder parts Animated wonder part. Yeah I came out WanNa say last year twenty. Nineteen under part was that a big one wonder park for like a fantasy. I think I remember that. The forest there. Yeah Enemy in yeah. Let's get okay. Let's do that. There are some holes in the enemy theory. That is not a top five movie. Our six actually also close number six on. I'M GONNA go go Valentine's Day. Yeah stood at Taylor Swift on it. Which is why I'm guessing it. Valentine's Day was number four. All right the mirror. Those like those. Those unsolvable movies started New Year's Day. Valentine's Day Saint Patrick's Day Patriot's Day. Not Actually it's not part of that The kangaroo now nerd element dirt. Oh for sure. It had begun. Doodo DAREDEVIL IS UP. There did clear the list number five you have who won. Four and five need to emph-. Three Little Mr Magoo pressing Esa catch-me-if-you-can is number has got to be up there so slim in. I don't know why I didn't see that earlier. We don't hang cameo though it's not a big role. I'm senior again. Would count okay. Because that's up their mail on money right. That is corrected is up there. You need one more. You have two chances at it. Did invention knows no way. Arthur was Arthur and they tried to Redo the east character. Yeah draft day. Dallas Buyers Club Outdoor Day peppermint Dallas buyers club Dra Love signing. A Mother's Day was Mother's Day another ensemble one or was I remember my day. I don't remember only knows a sad moment when like you're like crushes growing up like your onscreen. Crushes started playing mothers in movies. You feel old shit show old grow my car. That's Colt Right I mean I the only one that I think would be obvious here. Is that you and I don't even know how much it did. But it dominated so much in terms of like the cultural conversation. Juno Journo did as I said you know make the only other one that has at least a word of mouth so yeah why not the only other one. I could even think of would be electric but I think because there's no way sucks so bad. Electric didn't do it and then Dallas buyers club. I don't think made that much money despite winning awards. Let's do let's do. What did we say Juneau? Juneau that correctly all five. How how much? How much did you know? Make in Pearl. Harbor made four hundred and ninety million four hundred forty nine and doesn't want to yeah three hundred million for catch-me-if-you-can to thirty two for Juno which is nuts because at movingly costume point finally make Valentine Day two hundred sixteen million daredevil one hundred seventy nine million wonder park than six at one twenty as Valentine's Day movies. Man I mean that's a racket I can. Do you want to get into those? You're an actor because it's like. Hey this movie may two hundred million you only had to be an for ten minutes is coming up. We'll film today's Palay. Pretty well is coming here for ten minutes. The kidney cast the cast. Just Get Alba Kathy Bates Jessica Biel Cooper Bradley Cooper. Eric damp had to keep going. It's a lot of people in a man it's been for a little bit and it's always like. I want to play the guys like hiding the affair from his wife but then she finds out by like going through like my xbox messaging on your expert. But there's there's all there's always the piece of shit husband and these Samba movies right. 'cause 'cause it always always the young couple which is like cure nightly in Love actual ayler swift in Taylor Lautner in Valentine's Day. There's always like the veteran happy couple. Then there's the veteran dysfunctional couple. All the archetypes are in these movies. The new Talked enough for tonight. That's it let's go for now. I don't know what else we got a new Turkish show at eleven am on Tuesdays Thursdays for tuning that if you think draft coverage Ken Jack I'm involved with tomorrow. I don't think I can say anything more Matt do you? Is it on twitter. You how do I how do I listen to it? What your Trivia show true show is there are not serious is on twitter twitter and the Barsha sports website Barstool sports dot com. It's on twitter. Fifty Commentary Brandon Walker all them. The conceit is trying to be. Pfc and Brandon jogging out to pick somebody to be out after pick. Someone be so I bring trillion. You should bring trillon okay. I do okay. We'LL TAG team. Pick a day pretty good pretty good. That's the core on Sunday. I'm excited for that but I just wanted the other day because I got to watch it because there's so much fucking early. Two thousands of style a cigarette right so much. A promise that you're gonNA love it. It's like every single second so you're like Peter Griffin moments Yeah I can't wait. Auspey the core on Sunday Kendrick Andrew on flow episode fifty coming up on the core. Next time say saints. The box office star spread five thousand when you say so long gone but sly UTAH. Aw whatever I don't need to live goods on just talk. Spend was on. Uh MYSELF IS WHATEVER. It doesn't matter to me. I don't need a lot of good awareness. Spock youngest just fun. Ars On talk took.
Coming Soon: Next Question with Katie Couric
"I'm Katie couric and I'm back with my new podcast next question with Katie couric yeah. That's me not this season. We're tackling some cutting edge trans like CBD CBD is not snake oil there people trying to make it snake oil in promising basing that it can change every single thing in our society and that is a critical reason why we need research so why does actress Kristen Bell Take it. I've tried like every little little supplement or vitamin that comes on the market for my anxiety and I haven't noticed as much of a worry free crispin as I do with. CD's and and tough topics like the impact hardcore porn is having not only on women he was behind me and he put his arm around my neck were to you scream his name and I told him get off of me but on kids who can get it online for free all the time the discovered pornography he was was probably around ten ish can find it on almost any browser anything not very difficult that all we'll talk to big names doing big things in new spaces like Jennifer Garner. I've crisscrossed the country visiting the poorest areas in the rural parts of those states and and I just seen the similarities and the differences the similarities being this incredible optimism that if you get to a child and a mom early you can change the course of that child's life life will get unexpected insight from people. You think you know like singer Songwriter Andy Grammer. Everybody's got their phone face the cameras voicing back at them all day long. They're like very self right now and the more that you can go outward and do something for other people be of service to somebody else. That will undeniably make you happier every time. I've got a ton of questions like how are white supremacists being radicalized online when and how vaping become an epidemic why are so many many people into sports next question aims to make sense of our chaotic complicated an ever changing world one question at a time so join me on Iheartradio or wherever you get your podcast. I look forward to figuring this all out together.
Wed. 2/19 - Ben Afflecks Divorce From Jennifer Garner is His 'Biggest Regret'
"Welcome to these celebrities ride home for Wednesday February nineteenth twenty twenty. I'm your host Kate Raft. Hey everybody welcome back. Wow Okay so. This is a big episode today. Because I'm officially announcing the celebrity that I will be feuding with for clout. You all voted. We did two rounds of voting. Actually three rounds of voting was very intense emotions. Were high but you all decided I should feud with Chrissy Teigen so guess what Chrissy No. You're listening we're in a feud okay and you're now the enemy of this podcast and we're GONNA be talking some serious smack about us. You better listen to every single episode and tweet about every time you listen to okay because your our enemy okay. We don't like you here. You're not welcome here at Celeb- News Ride Home Chris. Et Gin you love twitter so much. Oh You tweeted yesterday about how you haven't been arrested. Okay well you should get arrested for being a bad okay. I'm going to. I'm going to arrest you now. You're arrested by the CELEB- news ride home. Celebrity police force okay. We only arrest celebrities that were interviewed with. And guess what Kristie Degan here under arrest. So that tweet isn't even true anymore. Okay 'cause we've just auditorium arrested you. Boom this feud is going great. So far I think I'm nailing it tomorrow I'm going to be meaner I. I can do better than that. I. I'm not being mean enough tomorrow. Tomorrow will be a better day to feud I'll have more. I'll try to work up my anger towards Chrissy Teigen tomorrow. I'll have some good insults to flatter. Alright so. The cloud feud has begun. Everybody if you want to tweet at Chrissy teigen about how where feuding with her I fully you. Know You celeb- news writer dies out there. If you want to defend my honour on twitter I wouldn't object. I wouldn't object. I wouldn't object. Okay all right. Let's talk about today's topics. We've got a megs. It Update Ben. Affleck said his divorce with Jennifer. Garner is the biggest regret of his life and I couldn't agree more than Demi Levato opens up about how her eating disorder relapse led to her near-fatal drug relapse. Rapper POPs. Smoke has passed away at the age of twenty. And finally. We're GONNA talk about how Jenna Dewan is engaged now all right. Here's what you missed today in the world of Celebrity News. Hey we've got some major major major. Mags it updates for you today okay. There's a lot going on in the world of megs it and I'm finally going to catch you up on it right now. Okay first of all earlier in the week. Megan and Harry were in the news. Because fifteen of their Buckingham Palace staff members laid off. It's shocking I mean not really because they don't live or work there anymore so I don't know why they would have to employ all those people but the British press seems to think it's a really big deal and they've been reporting on it a lot this week then Harry was in the news. Prince Harry ex Prince Harry. He was photographed by the Paparazzi grabbing. Some sandwiches from a grocery store. I mean I love it. It's there so wholesome now that they live in Vancouver island like I'm loving the vibe here in the pig. He's wearing kind of a puffy sporty jacket a baseball cap. He's holding a delicious looking sandwich. I mean it's wrapped in paper so I don't know how delicious it actually looks. But aren't all sandwiches kind of delicious anyway? He's carrying a bag of groceries with his other hand. It's sustainable bag okay. Living FOR THEIR CANADIAN VIBES. Live being for it anyway. The mega topic that I care most about it has nothing to do with sandwiches. Nothing to do with laying off fifteen people and had has everything to do with the fact that the queen is barring Megan and Harry from using their Sussex royal branding that they've been working so hard on you know you know how they they trademarked. Sussex royal or something and they spent a ton of time building a website and social media accounts all under the umbrella of this Sussex Royal Brand well according to the daily mail quote following lengthy and complex talks. The Queen and senior officials are believed to have agreed. It is no longer tenable for the couple to keep the word royal in their branding and quote. I'm sorry but I love this. There were so many articles that like made. It seem like everything was all good. It was all patched up. The Queen was supportive of their decision. Under Tada I even heard people in real life talking about how the Queen was happy for Harian. Megan and the Queen was like all good with them. I always knew something was up. I was like Nah I see through it. The Queen is not down with exit. She's like bit if you don't WanNa dedicate your whole life to the crown guided. I'm GonNa take you mother Kris down. Well sorry for cussing like that. I should not cuss like cussing. Bad cussing is very bad. Anyway they're gonNA have to come up with some new branding I don't know what they're gonNA pick. Something tells me whatever name they choose for. Their brand is going to be great. And they'll be just fine outs really actually not that big a deal. Ben Affleck has a big profile out in the New York Times. And he's saying that his divorce with Jennifer. Garner was the biggest regret of his life. And all I have to say is a Aubin he yeah he messed up. You'll at the best woman in the entire world getaway. Yeah Yeah but better be your biggest regret that better. Be Your biggest regret. And you're someone with the full tattoo but still Jennifer Garner slipping through your fingertips should absolutely be your biggest regret. Ben Affleck. Yeah God I'm so happy that Jennifer Garner isn't the celebrity that I'm feuding with because I feel so protective over her. I love her so much. God thank God. I'm feuding with Chrissy. Teagan my true enemy but back to Ben Affleck's New York Times profile Here's his quote about regretting his divorce with Jennifer Garner in the PC mostly talks about his struggles with alcoholism and addiction and the negative effects that has had on his life. This quote goes like this quote. I drank relatively normally for a long time. What happened was that I started drinking more and more when my marriage was falling apart this was twenty. Fifteen twenty sixteen. My drinking of course created more. Marital problems he then added quote. The biggest regret of my life is this divorce and quote. I think the profile is generally pretty interesting. It's nice to hear Ben. Affleck be super candid about all of this stuff. It made me think I was like. I don't know this piece makes me like Ben Affleck more or if I just know more about him now but it certainly an interesting look into the past. Few years of his life then also opened up about his most recent relapse which happened before his two thousand eighteen. Rehab stint he said quote relapse is embarrassing obviously. I wish it didn't happen a really wish. It wasn't on the Internet for my kids to see JEN. And I did our best to address it and be honest and quote God at Jennifer. Garner is such a good co parent. Love her so much in the article. He also thanked Bradley. Cooper for being one of these stars that helped him get sober. Probably Hooper is like the patron saint of getting a list men to stop drinking and he also put Lady Gaga in a star is born. I mean Bradley. Cooper is truly the king of Hollywood in my opinion Bradley Cooper. Your Saint Love You. I gotta say the best part of this whole article is that Ben. Affleck finally addresses his absolutely enormous back. Tattoo of a Phoenix. He told extra back in the day that it was fake for some reason and the writer of this New York Times piece called him out on that weird lie. Ben explained the lie about the back. Tattoo being fake saying quote. I resented that somebody got a picture of it by spying on me. It felt invasive. But you're right I could have said that's none of your business. I guess they got a kick out of messing with extra. Is Your Tattoo real or not real? Of course it's real. No I put a big tattoo on my back and then hid it and quote. See Ben Affleck is a little stinker. I knew it. I don't forgive you Ben. You Hurt Jen. You're a little stinker. You lied about your Tattoo to be a little stinker. It you have to say the most defensive part of the whole interview is when the writer from the New York Times says that the back Tattoo was not nearly as Garish in person and quote A. Sure Okay Not Garish. It's just a giant colorful phoenix. That goes from the bottom of his neck all the way down to his butthole but sure. Yeah that's not garish in person. Yeah it's totally not garish in person. So I'm kind of like a generally stressed out person. I've got a lot going on in my life. There's a lot to be stressed about. Okay one thing I do is like I constantly clench my jaw and I just kept like these little tension headaches. I get soreness. So I've been on this journey to find something that gives me a sense of relief from all of that and then I discovered feels what is feels feels is premium. Cbd delivered directly to your doorstep. What is feels do well. It naturally reduces stress anxiety pain and sleeplessness. I started taking feels and it's actually really really helped my anxiety just kind of puts me at ease. It also helps with headaches. It's like it's like basically taking chiller version of advil. I I love feels. 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Go third love dot com slash celeb- news now to find your perfect fitting Bra. Get fifteen percent off your first purchase. That's third love dot com slash celeb- news for fifteen percent off. Today come on you gotTa do it. You deserve a good bra itself care. Demi Lovato was recently a guest on Ashley Grams. Podcast PRETTY BIG DEAL. And she opened up about her terrifying nearly fatal overdose she basically said that relapsing from her eating disorder was the trigger that led to the eventual drug relapse. It's a really great interview. She got super candidate. And you know I love Demi Levato. I'll play you part of the clip here. 'cause I'm tired of running myself into the ground with workouts and extreme dieting. That like I thought the past few years was recovery from an eating disorder when it actually was just completely falling into it. Yeah and and I just realized that like maybe my symptoms weren't as obvious as before but it was definitely eating issue love. How just like candid and open? She is but all of her mental health stuff. It's really refreshing. I loved Emmy she continues. She talks a little bit about how there were people in her ear. Kind of pressuring her to look a certain way which was not helping the eating stuff I I was in that situation and I was just running myself into the ground and honestly think that's kind of what led to everything happening over the past years just like me thinking. I found recovery when I didn't and then living this kind of lie and trying to tell the world I was happy with myself when I really wasn't God. I Love Demi Levato. I'm so glad she's on the other side of her struggles. She seems to be doing really well her song. Anyone is so good it makes me cry every time it comes on the radio like when she sings like I need anyone is there anyone. I'm like. Oh my God me like all all talk to you. Couldn't you couldn't rent to me like I'll be there for you. She's truly perfect. And we must protect Demi Levato at all costs also. We need to protect her twin sister. Peut if you don't know who is. I'm sorry I can't get into it but you're going to have to just Google Demi Levato Peut. What a truly cursed week. This is for celebrity deaths. I feel like there have been so many. I don't even have time to even cover them all. But we have to talk about pop. Smoke rapper. Pop. Smoke has passed away at the age of just twenty years old this morning billboard covered his passing writing quote. The artist was reportedly shot and killed during a home invasion in the Hollywood hills and quote. That is so tragic. That's so so zad twenty. That's so young. Celebrities have been posting about pop smokes death posting tributes of morning to the Young Rapper. Nicki minaj posted about pop smoke. So did fifty cent the weirdest twist about this whole thing. Is that Teddy Mellencamp from the real housewives of Beverly Hills is connected to this story. Ten generally the so random to me but apparently teddy owned the House that POPs smoke was then when he was shot. The house in the hills she took to twitter and posted about it saying quote early this. Am We were informed by third party? Leasing and management company overseeing a rental home we own in Los Angeles that a shooting had taken place at the property. Foremost would like to extend our prayers and condolences to the family and loved ones affected by this tragic loss of life and quote all right so Genita- Dewan is engaged to her boyfriend. Steve Qazi she's also like super super pregnant with his baby. And Hey another engaged congrats. If you're wondering about the timing of this engagement I do have answers for you. I'm pretty sure that the news of the engagement coming out. Because she and channing. Divorce was finalized so now she can get married again. She got the green light. The divorce between her and channing was reportedly finalized last week on February eleventh. Which you know. I guess that's enough time for Steve. Our Friends Steve Qazi to pick out a ring and get down on one knee and hey now they're engaged congrats you to let's just hope. And pray that channing and Jessie J get engaged to so you can all be engaged and maybe have a double wedding. That'd be weird but it'd be Kinda cool. Whatever you do. Don't invite Chrissy Teigen okay. Well that's it for today's show. Thank you so much for listening to Celeb- news ride home. I've been your host Kate Raft. You can follow me everywhere at Kate. Raft thank you all for voting and contributing to these celebrity cloud feud and hey if you are going to join in on this clout feud with Chrissy Teigen. Why don't you tag her on twitter and say hey? This is talking a lot of smack about you. You probably should listen. Okay so everybody tag. Chrissy Teigen tag at Celeb- ride home. Let's get this feud out of the airwaves and into the twitter waves. Okay because this feud is going and she's our enemy and from now on. I will be feuding with Chrissy Teigen until it brings me the clout that I truly deserve. Alright thanks to ride home media and my co producer and engineer Jack Alison. Thank you all so much for leaving us. Those great reviews on Apple podcasts. And thank you so much for supporting our sponsors. When you use our links it really does help the show so I just greatly appreciate that. I'm having a lot of gratitude today. All right well that's IT and Hey I'll see you tomorrow love you.
Mon. 3/16 - RuPaul Is FRACKING!!!
"Good afternoon everybody. And welcome to the CELEB- news ride home for Monday. March sixteenth twenty twenty. I'm your host Kate raft and thinking like the podcast is called Celeb- news ride home. We're on the ride home network. You know run by ride home media but most of us are working from home or just straight up out of a job at this point so I feel like we should call the podcast. Celeb- news stay home. Because we're all supposed to be doing social distancing celebrities stay home celeb- news stay home. I mean I'm not like allowed to change the name of the podcast but if I was I would temporarily change it to Celeb- news stay home because you should stay home and listen to me. Talk about CELEB- new. God can you tell? I haven't left my house like four days. It's fine it's all good it's going great. It's actually such a strange and kind of incredible time for celebrity news like celebrities are acting weird. I mean we're all acting weird but it really truly like is one of the weirdest celebrity news days I've ever experienced in my twenty nine years of being on this earth so you know what let's just like get to it. Let's talk about today's topics. Okay first of all. Rupaul is fracking. Kristen CHENOWITZ has a corona virus slash high note singing. Themed Tick Tock Account. Heidi Klum is sick and couldn't get her hands on a corona virus test. Hey celebs are just like us. Brandi glanville dish about Ben Stiller's Dingaling as well as her hookups. With Matt Leblanc. David Schwimmer and Gerard Butler. Bond Girl Olga Curie Linko has tested positive for corona virus. Britney's snow defied the public pleas for social distancing to have her spawn. Con Wedding in Malibu on Saturday and finally we're going to close out today show with a Garner Karner. Here's what you missed today. In the world of Celebrity News. This one really caught me off. Guard this topic the Rumi for a damn loop but I guess it's real. And it's twenty twenty so literally anything can happen. Rupaul is fracking Rupaul. Is fracking Rupaul? Is fracking Rupaul? Is fracking yes? That's right Rupaul. Is fracking. How did I find out about this? While I saw this tweet that went viral this weekend. It's from Rory. Solomon who tweeted quote. Hold up non-co vid content at Rupaul was just on. Npr fresh air and shared that he and his partner owned sixty thousand acres in Wyoming and they quote lease mineral rights and sell water to oil companies. And quote and Terry Gross did not follow up with one question about the fact that Rupaul is fracking and quote rory then posted a Google maps screen shot of the Libor Ranch and then cross referenced it with a map of fracking sites showing tons and tons of fracking activity in that same area. Dear God I mean what Rupaul is is what Rupaul is for. That's not cool. That's not good for the environment. That's not good at all. Oh my God rupaul. What are you doing too? Damn shame shame on you rupaul. Anyway I have to say I loved Ono. They didn't coverage of this. It's it's pretty savage so please don't ask me if you're a Rupaul. Fan Okay these are oh no. They didn't S- words not mine but I do kind of agree with them. All right they wrote quote Rupaul appeared on. Npr's fresh air with Terry Gross. They discussed route sixty thousand Acre ranch in Wyoming. He owns with his husband. Roose said they let people frac their land without actually using the word. Frac TERRY had no follow up questions because she is overrated as an interviewer she also did not ask. Roo about his transphobia. End Quote. Who who who? Who's by? Rupaul? Is fracking twenty twenty rubles? Frac race lead. The I'll company okay. So we're in the middle of pandemic. It's breaking all of our brains lake. We're losing our minds right now and kristen. China with is no exception. But luckily for us her tic account is the manifestation of all of our unraveling. And it's so good. Kristen China with I kid you not. She has a tic account and it seems to be corona virus themed and singing high pitched notes themed. It's it's so good. She recently has four videos. Where she's like doing stuff about the corona virus like cleaning her house etcetera etcetera. I'm going to play you an audio clip of her tick tock video but fair warning. It is it's mostly. Her singing. High pitched sounds so it's not pleasant to listen to. I'll try to put the volume way low so that it doesn't hurt your ears but before I play it. Let me paint you a picture okay. So it's a video of Kristen With she's not filming it. It's like some assistant filming her and she's in her apartment. She's holding to clorox wipes in her hands and she's staring dead into the camera like just like mugging for the camera as she rubs down her refrigerator door handle and then she pauses to hit a high note. Then she rubs down her kitchen faucet then she stares into the camera hits another high note then she runs over to the bathroom faucet hits another high note. I I have to say the best part is that throughout the video. She's just like desperately trying to maintain eye contact with the camera. She's truly a performer. Okay here's the clip. Get songs stuck in your head. I'm just going to have those three insanely high pitched squeals stuck in my head for the rest of the day. May God help us all celebs. They're just like us. They have no access to any corona virus tests either was into this audio clip of Heidi clam everyone. I just want you to know why I have not been sitting in my America's got talent seed and just Gone to work Started all with like a chore. Feeling Feverish Cough runny nose I'm just not feeling good. So that's why I've stayed home to enact affect any other people I hope it's Chester cold I would love to do. The Corona tests by. There is no one here. I tried to different doctors and I just can't get one stay safe. Everyone stay home. If you don't feel good. She eventually posted that she was able to get a corona virus tests done but she did not post. Her result. Said she didn't have them yet in a follow up instagram post to the video. I just played for you. Heidi wrote quote like many of you. I also have been sick all weekend. And unfortunately my husband who returned from his tour a couple of days ago is also feeling ill to be saved. We are staying apart until we get the results of our corona virus test that we were finally able to get today back. We don't want to spread germs and risk others getting sicker even each other as much as they want to embrace him and kiss him. It is more important to do the right thing. And not spread further and quote. The caption was accompanied by video of herself kissing her husband. Tom Kellett's he's from the band Tokio. Hotel through a pane of glass. A God I hope Heidi clues okay. 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That's third love dot com slash celeb- news for fifteen percent off. Today come on you gotTa do it. Thank God for Brandi Glanville. Brandi Glanville is truly doing. The Lord's work right now and frankly everyone else. Who'S A D list? Celebrities should do. Exactly what Brandi Glanville is doing? Okay if you're if you're a minor league celebrity you absolutely need to be spilling all of the details about your messy love life right now. Okay we are all stuck at home. We desperately need the T. A. New desperately need to spill it for US okay. This is the CELEB- Gossip Distraction. I've been praying for Brandi Glanville recently went on Danny Pellegrino's everything iconic podcast and she dished about some of the famous dudes. She's hooked up with end. Oh my God. It's so good. The quotes from this podcast interview are delicious. I think I'm just after this. I'm just going to listen to that. Whole podcast episode. Because it's just it's got to have more gems in it. It's gotta but this is what's making headlines Today. Okay first of all. She talked about how she hooked up with. Ben Stiller she said quote. I dated Ben Stiller for a little while he has a giant penis and quote my God. Okay okay okay. Here's what Brandy said about Matt Leblanc quote. We went back to his house. He let his dog lick his ice cream and I was out. I was like Nope I was totally going to have sex with him. And then the dog liked the ice cream and helix the ice cream and I was like I can't and quote. Oh my God screaming. She wouldn't go both Matt Leblanc because he let his dog like ice. Cream like that is iconic icon. Nicola Soga is Great. I love that I mean same. My guess and here's what she said about. David Schwimmer. I guess. David Schwimmer made her. Love Life. Dio Way if you will. She said quote he wore makeup. He wore conceal out during the day. And it really annoyed me. I understand your onset. You're used to wearing makeup. But I wasn't used to a man wearing makeup in the moment it bothered me and quote. Wow Okay I mean there's nothing wrong with men wearing makeup brandy. You need to get well. Okay she also said that. David Schwimmer referred to her as a quote bigger girl and quote even though she was only like a hundred and nine pounds at the time. Yikes Anyway David. Schumer's REP denied. All of this said the this is a false story so who knows anyway. Here's what Brandy said hooking up with Gerard Butler. She said quote. I was on housewives. But he did not know that and it really bothered him that. I didn't tell him that I don't lead with. Somebody comes up to me at a party. Hi I'm on housewives. That's a whole like she. Then also called Gerard Butler lovely very handsome and sexy but claimed he was quote a little paranoid about the Paparazzi. Anyway Cool Brandy thank you thank you. I needed to know about the size of Ben. Stiller's package I needed to know about. David Schwimmer wearing makeup. I mean I support. David Schwimmer in wearing makeup. But it I love that. I know that about him. Now Matt Leblanc's Dog licks ice cream. I mean so many gems so many gems so many gems. Oh my God brandy thank you thank you thank you thank you. God bless Brandy Glen Bell. We must protect Brandi Glanville at all costs bond girl Olga curious. Hanko has tested positive for corona virus. She posted a photo of her window on Instagram. Saying quote locked up at home after having tested positive for corona virus. I've actually been ill for almost a week now. Fever and fatigue are my main symptoms. Take care of herself. And do take this seriously and quote God Hun. Another celebrity has had a diagnosis for corona virus. Prayers for Olga Cure Lingo and Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson have to say. I'm a little worried about Rita Wilson Right now. She hasn't tweeted since Friday sure. She's posted a couple instagram stories. But they're mostly re posts of people who've tact her okay. It's not original posting. There's no original posts since Friday. Okay this next topic is so it's maddening. It's just maddening okay. Brittany Snow had a spawn con wedding on Saturday. In the middle of pandemic the day after our president declared a national state of Emergency Brittany Snow how to spawn con wedding defying pleas from the people to do social distancing. She didn't call off the wedding. She went through with the wedding. It was in Malibu and I'm going to get to why I'm calling a despond con wedding in a second But just listen closely to how people dot com covered the wedding. It's littered in brand names. And you know she's getting paid for you know name checking those brands okay. Here we go quote. People confirms the Pitch Perfect Actress. Thirty three and the realtor thirty tied the knot in Malibu on Saturday. The couple celebrated their nuptials with an intimate outdoor ceremony as first reported by the not the bride. Who Wore a Jonathan Sim guy gown for her ceremony? And groom exchanged wedding bands by Tacori ahead of the wedding which was planned with help by. Hulo gem events snow told people last month that she and Stanley land one of their ceremony to be low key and not stuffy and quote So here's how we know it spawned con first of all. They had the logo the not plastered all over their wedding. Not is like a wedding brand planning company type thing and then of course she named checks the Simcock gown sure. She got some kind of spun con for that. Allegedly and also the tha corey bands. And the hello gem events those all sound like Spahn Konta me. I'm almost positive. This is at the very least branded content for the not because their logo was featured on like one of the poster boards for the wedding. I'll post a picture at celebrity homes instagram account. I don't know it's just funny to meet how respond CON wedding in the middle of a pandemic like a lot of people. Do SPAWN CON weddings. That's how a lot of celebrities pay for their weddings. These days and listen. I had a wedding. It was expensive if I could have gotten spawn con for it. I would have. But maybe if my wedding happened during a pandemic I would've tried to postpone it or at least like donated all the Spahn con money to like you know waiters who are out of a job right now anyway. Sorry being so mean to Britney Snow it just. It's just funny to me it's just it's funny Brittany. Snow had a spawn con wedding in the middle of pandemic. Okay and if we have a laugh at that WHO? What can we laugh at? Who can we love anyway? I I strongly urge anyone to consider postponing their weddings or not attending weddings health professionals are pleading that everybody practices social distancing and avoid being closer than six feet from anybody else. It's kind of hard to do that at a wedding anyway congrats. Brittany snow congrats on marriage and congrats on all those alleged brand deals. It's good to have brand deals. It's good to have brand deals. It's the Garner Connor Jennifer Garner. Don't be scared of a virus is behind us. It's the Garner ear. Come welcome everybody to my segment of the show that I like to call the Garner. Karner WHY DO I call it? The Garner Carter. Well it's because my favorite little corner or should I say corner of the Celebrity News Cycle. Is Everything Jennifer Garner does? She's just wholesome. She makes me happy. And what we need right now is a little more Jennifer Garner. Okay what the world needs now. Is Jennifer Garner all right? Let's talk let's. Let's do the Garner Garner. Jennifer Garner is trying to ease all of our minds during this self quarantine period. She posted a screen shot of a notes APP message on her instagram. That said quote this time of year has so many people from pre-schoolers to professionals working their tails off her perform and now the games the meets the recitals. The productions big and small are shut down. Well the show must go on. People breakout your Oh bows built. Torch Song run in place. I don't care. Show us what you've been working on and we will show it to the world use Hashtag. Hey Jan look at me because I want to see heart EMOJI end quote. I love it. I love this. Jennifer Garner is bringing elementary school talent. Show vibes to the entire Internet. And I'm thrilled. I mean this is what we need right. Now this is how we can do social distancing and still have Jennifer Garner watched. You are talents. It's fantastic I definitely will be posting. Today's podcast episode and using the Hashtag. Hey Jan look at me because honestly reporting about Jennifer. Garner is my talent. And I'm doing it for this. Virtual talent show okay well. That's it for celebrity news ride home or should I say celeb- news stay home. I've been K. draft. You can follow me at Kate Raft. On everything you can follow the show at Celeb- ride home as always my. Dm's are open if you WanNa send me tips or just like story ideas. I also am always checking these celebrities ride home facebook groups so if you're wanting some plays together and talk while we all stay at home go to Celeb- news ride homepage. Homepage is all one word on facebook. It's a secret group. You have to apply to enter. But guess what you'll probably get in and it's not that exclusive anyway thanks to ride home at media and my co producer and engineer Jack. Allison we've US those reviews on apple podcasts. And if you're having a hard time right now or out of work or just struggling or you're sick with the corona virus or taking care of someone who's sick or you work at a grocery store or you work at a pharmacy. We work in a hospital. My heart goes out to you. We all have to watch out for each other and look out for each other and if you have a friend. Who's out of work and you're not out of work. Consider then mowing them some money right now. We just got to take care of each other okay. We've got to get through this and I'm personally choosing to get through this by talking about celebrities. So if you're like me Ben. Continuously this podcast. It does make me feel better to talk about the celebrity news during this weird time it just it is. I like it. I don't know it's a nice distraction. Even if the celebrity news is bleak. It's like at least we have something to laugh at. You know we got to laugh. We've got to laugh anyway. I love Y'all thanks for listening. I really appreciate all of my listeners. Especially right now. I'm lucky that I get to do this. Podcast and that. I already worked from home before and I could continue working from home. I know that that makes me insanely lucky. So I just. I just couldn't be more thankful for all of your listeners. Thank you so so much from the bottom of my heart and I'll see you tomorrow be back tomorrow. I'm doing this every single day except for weekends. Of course socio tomorrow I love you goodbye.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have a new palace, plus women are trying to lure B-Coops and Miley tells all
"This week, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have a brand new palace. Bradley, Cooper is being bribed with baked goods and Miley Cyrus and cody. Simpson are done zo coming up next on we hear quick-fix. Hi You're listening to Weei quick-fix. I'm Maggie Coggan in Armenian more and here's the rundown of the hottest six. including, the joy of six are most satisfied piece of gossip. I up royal. Renounces Harry and Meghan bought a fourteen million dollar mansion in Montecito California. That's actually fourteen point six, five, million if you're counting and now get you eighteen thousand square feet, nine bedrooms and sixteen bathrooms not bad considering it's their first ever home purchase. It sounds like quite the upgrade for frog more cottage their first marital home. Yeah and you'll remember that Megan and Harry fled the UK to go to La, but they couldn't keep. Their privacy they're. So they've headed up to Montecito in Santa Barbara County. We're their neighbors include Oprah Winfrey, it sounds like they'll fit right in because this new home has rose gardens century old olive trees a tennis court at t house a children's cottage, a pool and a two bedroom guesthouse. Perfect for Meghan. MARKLE's mom I. Remember my children's cottage growing up. Now when it comes to WHO's footing the bill for the Pricey Pad, a source told page six that Prince Charles didn't lend them a penny. They said Megan and Harry finally feel like they're on their own and it feels great. They bought this house without help from his family. They aren't using it on loan from a friend as they had before it's truly there's and they can't wait to make it a home it's dated. So it's got one thing in common with Buckingham Palace, but it's a lot closer to the beach I wish they all could be California home. Next the women of Connecticut are trying to lure Bradley Cooper with cookies. That's ray loopholes in one swanky Connecticut town are so convinced they know where Bradley Cooper, is spending his summer they're dropping off baked goods just to get a glimpse of the star. Now, these suburban sweeties have been showing up to an almost twenty million dollar mansion on the Pasha Sascha Hill road with high hopes of meaning Bradley. But a real estate agent tells page six Bradley is not actually staying there they're hoping. They can drop off cookies or aphids and Tupperware, and maybe he'll return it. They're even leaving invitations to their parties. I should mention that multiple paid reporters over the summer kept getting tips that Bradley Cooper Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio were all staying together at this house but it turned out that it's just a local rumor either way the buzz at the Rotary Club was that the trio had been seen at the local beach dining at a Mexican restaurant and even shopping for groceries together. Now though there's been buzz that the Hollywood stars in Southport Connecticut if you just paid six, you know that Brad Pitt's doing out his divorce with Angelina Jolie Leo DiCaprio been on vacation with his girlfriend. Camilla Maroney and Bradley Cooper has been hanging out on the beach with Jennifer Garner in Malibu sparking dating rumors judging from this of on the Beach Jennifer Garner Robyn Cooper probably hasn't had a cookie in a very long time, Hash Ted Cookie Shaving. And now it's time for the joy of six the most satisfying page six story of the week from her latest break-up to losing her virginity. Miley Cyrus is telling all paid six reported this week that Miley Cyrus and Boyfriend Cody Simpson are done. So apologies to my social media accounts because those two are really entertaining. Yeah. They'll be no more bikini-clad tick tock dances by the pool for these two Miley had hinted. On social media that the relationship was over at an after our report, she confirmed on Instagram live that they had split but she's also revealing some details about her past relationship with ex husband Liam Hemsworth during an interview on the latest episode of Barstool Sports is call her daddy podcast. Miley revealed that she lost her virginity to Liam when she was just sixteen now you might remember they co starred in the film. Adaptation of Nicholas sparks novel the last song. Back in two, thousand and eight the pair then got engaged in two thousand twelve broke things off reconcile in twenty fifteen and eventually married in twenty eighteen only for year in August twenty nineteen they split up. So it sounds like she and Liam have left a lifetime between them. Well, as far as any future relationships, a source exclusively told paid six that after her split. From Cody Miley feels free as a bird and thrilled, and if you've listened to her new song midnight night sky, it sounds like she's doing great Solo. A whole track is about how she doesn't belong to anyone and she dixon. Yeah. She even directed the video for the song herself who needs cody, and that's it for your quick fix for juicy stories like these checkout page six, Dot com, and see you next week.
Driving Through the Pandemic
"WNYC is teaming up with NPR to bring you a new daily podcast. Consider this. We'll bring you the biggest news stories and what's happening in our community to help you make sense of the day subscribe to consider this wherever you get your podcasts church. Listener Support W. nyc studios. This is the New Yorker Radio Hour co-production of WNYC studios and the New Yorker. Welcome to the New Yorker. Radio Hour. I'm David Ramnik. The Corona virus is hitting yet another peak cases arising in so many parts of the country and you're also battling a resurgence the last seven months of lasted half a lifetime. And yet, it feels like the pandemic is beginning all over again. Staff writer Jennifer Garner talked recently with one of the people who witnessed this whole tragic episode in our history up-close. His name is terrence lane, a bus operator in New York City. Transit employees were among the hardest hit of all essential workers in New York more than one hundred and twenty have died from covid. And yet, all the same terence lane kept showing up for his shift day after day. Even as the city streets went quiet. So we just passed. The Museum. Off natural history. and. Seventy nine in central Park West. You. Know with that. I saw in the front that that statue. Of Teddy Roosevelt with the native. American, in the African walking alongside him you know that's New York City's version of the confederacy or confederate symbol. And people you know want to insist that that's not a symbol of white supremacy. But if that's not a similar wise embassy, I don't know what is in September. The weather began to cool lane talk to us while riding on one of his regular routes on the west side of Manhattan. But. You will see activity in front of his. In March. Nothing Museum is closed it's empty. Just a feeling of desolation. Almost apocalyptic in nature where There's you know like something happened in chased everybody out of the city. Terence Lane is a longtime bus operator in New York City Twenty one years on the job. One. I met him this past spring he was working out of the Manhattan Ville Bus Depot, which is the bus depot on West Side of Harlem and he's the chief shop steward there for his union local one hundred. The first time I saw terrance lane was actually in a video that I saw on the website for the Union. There was a video hit also posted on a few facebook groups for City Transit Workers A. Assistance, just wanted share a few thoughts review. This recorded this video when he was on a layover. On March twenty third. He had propped up his phone in the window of the boss facing himself. And he was giving us or two to three minutes speech to his colleagues. Co workers really trying to rally the troops. However, we just have to reconcile ourselves to the fact that sometimes the only recognition you're going to receive. From the woman in man reflected back to you in the mirror as you're preparing for work to enter into this virtual hot zone. And know that that Person Steering Banca Chu. is a human being with. Guts. And moxie encourage. In Dignity Self respect. And sometimes, recognition is just going to have to be enough. If no one else. Thanks no no one else recognizing. Know that I. I always felt like New York City's transit workers don't get nearly the amount of attention or recognition or a really appreciation that they deserve I mean in a Lotta ways, the subways and the buses are really the lifeblood of New York City. You know he saw it all in March he had. His coffin, the back of the bus You know he saw the stress on their faces as people were losing their jobs getting more and more frustrated. You know the worst of of the pandemic as it was impacting people's daily lives. ACID. It was a pretty macabre experience one day. You know was almost overnight one day you're going from four ridership. To operating buses that empty. Especially in mid March at the pause orders began. You. You may go to route. It may not pick up more than fifteen or twenty people. The entire route. As we. Reached the apex or the high point. Most critical point of the pandemic rear door and people were out of work after a few weeks. Food Pantries that weren't unusual. What became unusual was the lines, the lines of people became long. Far longer than they used to be. They were actually they were wrapping themselves around blind. What was it like for you personally to be operating a bus? During the lockdown when so many other no workers. In New, York City were obviously staying home. Some had left the city altogether. What was it like for you to be driving? A boss what were you seeing? What was the experience like? You, know we had never operated. In a hot zone before we had never operated due this kind of play. and. So two steps and measures that we needed to take to take in order to protect ourselves that became a job. You. Know you had to watch everything you touch and we will wearing gloves and we were wearing masks and we were disrobing before we end our homes. Just, traveling to and from work. And Doing our. Jobs. became tantamount to being. In a war zone. And even as. You. Even as you forge ahead, you're seeing some of your fellow co workers you seen your coworkers, some of them fall. To this disease. And we didn't feel. That the senior management. Had done enough to protect us. Lead US talking about here is the fact that in early March, his employer, the MTA prohibited transit workers from wearing masks on the job. We asked mass they said No. When we asked war said that we wanted to wear our all mass they told us that we couldn't do that. Because the mask was not part of the uniform. That goes along with the title which we thought was absurd. It's worth noting that at this point in early March. The CDC was not recommending that healthy people wear masks but some of the city's transit workers wanted to wear masks and they were terrified. Their Union local one hundred pushback. And the MTA reverse course pretty quickly. But it was not until late March that they announced, they were going to start supplying PPC to their workers. And by the time and that actually happened some transit workers had died. We felt that we were relegated to being the proverbial canary in a coal mine. And we still pretty furious about that. At this point how many people do you think you know who? died of COVID nineteen. I don't know if I had to make a guest. I I've been reluctant to actually sit down and try to. Count But Thirty. Thirty people. Between the end of March and early June. So for about ten weeks over one hundred and twenty New York City transit workers. died of. Cova. That was a significantly higher number than other city agencies than firefighters, for example, or the city's police officers. We just cost one hundred thirty. Fifth. Beautiful. Besides only three customers on a bus. This is very unusual. This is mid morning on a Saturday. If all the stores were open, if everything was operating as it was covy. It would be quite a few people on displays. At the height of the pandemic, those of us who were still out here were essential workers we had to be out here. and. So there was a feeling of camaraderie. Among those of us. who had to be out here in an understanding that what we were doing was vital. And we were supportive of one another. When the city began to reopen. And non essential. People workers began to come back into the system. Things began to change. And it with those of course who? Thought that treating mistreating the bus operators perfectly appropriate and so the assault resumed. Mistreatment to spitting and any assaulting, and and of course. Some of these folks if ask him to wear masks, they felt that that was reason for them to become violent. Bus Operators have to deal with tremendous amount of stress. You know they're dealing with road rage angry motorists seemed like every. Longtime bus operator had stories of abuse they had inserted on the job. And Lean, himself has stories like this. Yes very early on in my career in fact, I completed for Beijing. was attacked outside right outside fun of my depot Amsterdam Depot. By a motorist. who had asked to move his car? From the front, a bus stop so that I can safely alight. On elderly woman. He took umbrage with my request. Came out of his car with that anti-theft device called the club, which is a huge bomb. And you know approach me and attack me with it. And while I was able to prevail physically in that encounter that kind of set the tone for what my expectations should be from that point focus. Now. You think that you can assault a New York City transit bus operator right in front of his deal. With. Supervisor's another bus operators standing around. If you think that that's okay you can imagine some other people. May think it's okay. And so we're slowly but surely getting back to how things were before the pandemic came on. Oh. We're listening to terrence lane a bus driver in New York City speaking with Jennifer government. More in a moment. This is David Ramnik every week I look forward to bringing you the new. Yorker. Radio. But I'm also hoping that you will subscribe to the New Yorker and get everything has to offer. Becoming, a subscriber is the best way the only way really to make sure you don't miss the Pulitzer Prize winning reporting and some of the best writing in the world from Jane Mayer and Ronan Farrow on politics two go Tolentino is eighty Smith on contemporary culture to subscribe. 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Tell me about what you're sort of tasks performing back them. My Simon's chain slightly I would operate a bus. In morning I would operate the M. Ninety six. And then in the afternoon, I would take the the sick list, which is the list of. My brothers and were called out sick. And I would take that list and I would check in and call. And try to contact. He's member on that list just to give some information about their condition. And what kind of assistance we could render and that I would do that? Up until six seven o'clock and even, and what were your coworkers telling you on the telephone when you reach them well, some of them have been exposed. Others were experiencing symptoms. Shortness of breath. And and his very dry. raspy cough. In couldn't get out a few words without this cough. Some of them were in pain. And some of them were so scared. Of the hospitals and of the urgent care. Centers. For to scare going get medical attention, they were scared that they would enter the hospital for treatment. and. Ever come back out. And there were a couple of them that I had to coax. And plead with to at least go to urgent care. You know it was harrowing. And this was. After my father. My own father ahead of. My own father had passed. On the thirty first of much. Tell us a little bit about your father. What was he like? He was a vibrant man he loved life. Professional jazz musician. And a thing about this disease is that. He appeared to be overcoming it, and then all of a sudden. it just took a turn for the worse. And I didn't know. That when he went into Harlem Hospital. On a twenty four, we did know that we'd never see him again. And we were only able to speak to him. because. A very kind nurse. Day before he passed held his phone. Two Zero so that we could talk to him but at that point, he wasn't even able to respond. and. My case is not unique. There are quite a few of us who met had depot who have lost parents and loved ones is but especially, parents and grandparents. And Anyway. Yeah. We're in midtown where at Central Park? South. And we're entering Columbus Circle, To go on or go onto northbound trip back up to Harlem. We're right outside the Time Warner Center. Is Still Weird because look how empty it is. Now this is Saturday morning. Normally. Around this time of the year, we'd be full of tourists. Embarking on your day sight-seeing exploring. Virtually nobody is a few strivers going to work some cyclists. So as the city's begun to reopen ridership has increased, but it's still nowhere near the levels. That it was pre- covy. Another thing that we've been hearing about the news a lot here, and that's getting creasing amount of attention is the MTA's very dire financial situation. Losing something like two hundred, million dollars a week and as you know they've been begging the federal government for help and they've announced that if they don't get it. They're going to be service cuts possibly up to forty percent, and of course, massive layoffs what air colleagues. Feeling right now about all of this? Feeling is that very quickly have gone from heroes to Zeros and we don't live in a pollyanna world. Where we think that the system can be run or maintain without revenue We're not delusional. We know ridership is down. We know that there were massive losses as a result of the pandemic. But on the other hand. We have to continue leave a mind on. That you know. The same people that you're talking about laying off the same people? That you're talking about giving aways freeze to the same people that you're talking about inflicting financial and material injury we upon or the same people. They helped the city survive. And we're realistic. And we understand that it may be. That we did we all may have to make. Or share some measure of sacrifice. And terms of you know. The financial realities that will present with. But we should not be of the of the burden. Of this hardship. In terms of your job today in terms of driving a bus. Now after the pandemic has sort of peaked in New York. City. Is. The experience any different to passengers treat you differently, there are a few that definitely expressed their gratitude they thanked us. When boarding and alighting. there are some they seem to have a profound sense of gratitude and appreciation for the service that we provide and did provide. Passenger say to you. It would say, thank you. And thank you for your service. And I've I've had a few people say that to me. Thank you for your service. For the most part. People. Just need to give what they need to go. Okay. So now we're making a uterine. Polo ground houses. Pretty notorious. Housing project in New York City. This is the last time the last eight I. Terrence Lane is a bus driver in New York City and a chief shop steward for Transit Workers Union local one hundred. He spoke with Jennifer Garner men of the New Yorker and you can find Jennifer's remarkable profile Terence Lane at New Yorker Dot Com. I'm David Ramnik, and that's The New Yorker Radio Hour for today. Thanks for listening. Hope you'll join US next time. The New Yorker Radio Hour is a CO production of WNYC, studios and the New Yorker our theme music was composed and performed by Merrill Garbis tune yards with additional music by Alexis, Bodrato? This episode was produced by Barron Emily Boutin Ave Correo rianne in corby Cala Leah David. Krosno go fen and Boudou Broadway Louis Mitchell Michelle Moses, and Steven Valentino with help from Alison Macadam Mung. And Emily Man. At the, New Yorker Radio Hour is supported in part by the Trine Gallon. I'm amy. Walter. You might be familiar with my work at the Cook political report door is a contributor to the PBS Newshour but you're hearing me now because I'm host of politics with. Amy. Walter from the takeaway every week we get behind the chaotic headlines from Washington and tell you how policies in this country are actually changing and how it could affect. You join me each week on politics with Amy Walter from the takeaway.
Justin Bieber vs. Tom Cruise, Broke Tiffany Haddish & A Subway Star Is Born - Nightly Pop 02/19/20
"It tonight we pop your experts on tattoos and hair pulling that was weird. Okay anyway off sadly but Nina Parker and Jeff Dyer Kurt. Yes very excited. You're back made it to round off the Internet. We're like where's hunter. Where's hunter whose piece of trash just filling in your story called me. Tag Hundred. Call me I did not answer. I wanted to give him a story. Remember when Justin Bieber challenged Tom Cruise to UFC? Fight well last night. James Corden finally found out what the Justin was thinking. Go to say me and you have a fight you win. I think if you and Tom Cruise have a fight absolutely no way. He's not that guy is he's not. He's shape phenomenal. Shape doesn't mean you're by the characters that he's played mesmerized by the Muslim I. That was very Kris. Told me to find a funny about minutes that you guys get into hypothetical situations that will never happen and get into legit arguments. What could happen? I WanNa thank you. Who Do you take Cymru's Tom Cruise Tom Cruise Ron? It's in a fierce straight line. Beat them up. I got you beat. Justin Bieber is beating him up. I do topless all of his own stunt every one of the few actors in Hollywood that does Fan Olivia. Munn do their own stunts. I like that. Did you research data packets? I don't even have these packet. I just I don't. I don't feel like Justin Bieber. Has IT in him? How do you think he's GonNa lose the HE'S GONNA lose like seventy eight years old? Let me tell you. I don't know if y'all have been around. Men were fifty and above the first of all. They don't play this. That's number one and number two. They got a strong punch a fight. You they will knock you out at uncles. Who are sixty five plus? I promise? You don't want smoke along single. Promise you tiffany. Harper's bazaar friends family and people. She barely knows from junior high school. Hitter up for cash tacky ill and if she doesn't help them out they get pissed and say you've chain. It's gotten so annoying. Tiffany says she wants to hire PR person to plant stories saying that. She's broke as hell. I smart that's brilliant. I mean except for the fact that now. She's said that if stories come out that she's broke. People are going to go well. That's not true but I think that when you become rich and famous people want things from you. You're always rich. They want things from you agree. I have grown tiffany for very long time. And she's very generous and very sweet. And also you know tiffany on the show with you tomorrow. Why don't have also win? That cost me be taking something from her and trying to exploit it pushes proper okay with more. Hey let me borrow some money. And Hope just revealed his biggest regret and it's not his hideous back tattoo shocking. Because that thing is terrible he told the New York Times it's his divorce from Chen. Garner you is is broke my heart. I read the whole article. I don't read anything. I thought this was very open very real. I think he realizes that he's a law. And you're never gonNA get a woman like her again try. What do you please let us know what you think? Well since you've asked like I I just think he's like a regret doesn't mean like I'm never going to find another woman like Jennifer Garner. Means he realizes screwed up wants. No but it's the biggest regret of his life red. Don't you think maybe might still have a thing for me? But I can't. I mean that was the biggest mistake of his by the way. Do you think that that's hot? Nina I know I like tattoos. I you could be tattooed from your ankles. I'm here for it but this this is a bad tax with crown. Say this about Jennifer Garner marriage because he was such a part of your and you know she didn't even get her ears pierced thirties. She's she's very wholesome. It's also easy to reflect on an ex like. Oh maybe I've screwed that and you're forgetting all the bed. She wants to do paper machines. I'm trying to Smash Burger all right Dwayne away and Gabrielli Union are obviously one of the hottest couples in Hollywood but this interview on watch what happens. Live took a bit of a rough turn. Went way demonstrated how they keep it hot in the bedroom. You keep you fresh week. Yeah keep it exciting because they get into a routine sometime and you'd be like tomorrow and then tomorrow we'll goes to two months right no action we go out at night. We'd be strangers and I get it to Curtin I'm talking about like I'm grabbing hair and the clock over flashback. And he's the first earlier you saw. I listen I think that whole yikes man that was. Here's she played it off very well. She really had his back on that. I think he probably was just trying to be funny. I don't think she looked at okay with it. She seemed a little short and shocked. And it's Eh Ray exactly. I think in general Dwayne Wade has a good reputation for being very conscious and and things like that. It seemed like you know like you have those vivid memories. And you're you somewhere else. It's like he was really having a flash. I think little tipsy having a little horny. Flashback in forgot what the hell he was also a great guy. When he's role playing a Lebron James famous people can be annoying but Chris. Pratt is admitting what annoys the hell out of his wife Catherine which he just ellen. What something that you do that noise your wife I leave? Napkins folded all over the house. Like all use a Napkin and instead of taking the time and effort to throw it away. I'll just folded up and set it down as if well that's folded so that belongs there so you just a little trail of Napkins. That would drive me nuts. What is the most annoying thing you about? You annoyed your partner partners in the path leaving my wigs. All around and leave Napkins. I left a trail weeks to the weirdest wearing their anything. You do to annoy your then. You have something. Broadly cheat okay. They hate that alive. No that's not true. I joke. I'm I'm annoyingly clean knowingly free. I could be malate from airplane. I'm making the bed. I'm like yeah. It's pretty annoying okay. We'll come back. You think that's a good thing but if you date a guy who's OCD. It's a lot of pressure it is. I'm more of like I'm not. I don't WanNa leave your wig around the place even it out. I don't have to pick it up right now. What do you like butchering meat? What are you doing puppy dog? That doesn't shed because I'd never even had a girlfriend who doesn't that's the worst shedding is. Dolores what's yours. What's your annoying? I you know what since I've been single? I've become a lot more organized a lot. Neater but I think when I was in a relationship I was probably a little bit messier like I would leave cabinets open. He's like what's wrong with you. I was like you know you are. What's wrong with me right now? Finally hip a stranger. Shove a microphone in our faces. We might beat them or love it. We love it. But a youtubers finished lira. Game is going viral after he ambushed a woman named Charlotte. So missiles. Are you happy in this model Look she was so good suspiciously. Good was prepared for that. Even her hair was perfectly quaffed. Makes you don't think this is real. I think whether it's really not she is an incredibly talented woman. But do I think it's real no the Internet now? I will say this or not you right. She is a good singer and if this is because I did go on her instagram and she doesn't have a huge amount of followers. There's some singing on their more like Karaoke like she's done anything professionally but this is a good way to be discovered like among them also. I totally thought it was one hundred percent real. So what's wrong with me? I don't know that we all agree. What's good about real bronze are wigs? Let's do this ball talks. I'm into fake. Okay if you want to feel better about your love life you'll definitely need to stick around coming up. We're proving love isn't blind back okay. So love is blind premiered last week on Netflix. And there's already been a lot of true love and a lot of gas lighting as we see here when chivalrous Carlton sweet talks his fiancee diamond. Hello Mexican police. Come good this lady crazy. I had to pick the craziest person in the House. Ended up from day one. You better be happy you pretty well so I get away with stuff I would have been pointed a long time ago. Like leave my watch your words here. I'm GonNa get you a pogo stick so you can help out of your feelings right now. Do those pretty awful. Why this is uncomfortable. I mean I haven't seen the whole show but I thought it was about. Yeah Mattis Blondes rose-tinted Kinda Kinda reading her. A little bit monsters also standoffish to guess. So we're going to get married. You seem crazy. That's one thing you never call the woman. Es Three words you don't call the woman and they all start with. See what I want to watch the show. I WANNA watch. But apparently they buy it. Doesn't I don't know a lot of people online? Are pissed off at Carlton. They're saying he was kind of gas lighting her a little bit ten seconds and I didn't like it. They actually got engaged on day. Six of the experiment so they agreed. Yes they agreed to ensure still together though stay on TV yeah probably got engaged while they were still like. They didn't see each other. It was like a weird. I wish them know. Look in the ninety day fiancee's to tell aired. We learned a lot of things but mostly way too much about their sex. Lives your kids and allowed. It was not loud like that a little bit of that. I look at the leaves. He was brought into trees outside. We had two weeks together and I counted thirty eight times thirty. John was all that was like a weird dream that I didn't remember those a highlight reel of all the people. I grew up with the whole neighborhood. Gossiping ABOUT THEIR WEIRD GROW. Second half the people weren't there like half the couples were TV screens. One Lady has a boot with the dive. Long is going to cut the most bizarre circus. I it doesn't look. They have like a classy beautiful house. Like why don't appreciate sitting with these crazy host eleven reunions and this is like he's based and that lady was saying they had sex over that like. I couldn't I could have gone my whole life. Not No I also don't know why he couldn't make it in. Where was he. What was he doing the sex? But we don't need to celebrate everyone they can just do and keep to themselves. Yeah my aunt susie. You have an aunt. Susie don't want her to hearing about her sex. Something's yes based not good all right in other TV show. News lifelock is back on the paramount network. On the first episode. We meet Nikki. Really seems open to new experiences. Introduc- Mummy Niki very to do some cooking on cooking all of us. I am not happy about the cooking. Cook rather be shot in the face. Close-range shot she. Seems like a sweet. What what cooking ever do to her? She wants to be shot at close range aggressive. She doesn't want to do anything all episode titles to watch our a night drunk. I've been plenty of time stole episode. I like one family. I was in love with and the other family I could do without except the kids of the white people like their kids. Pretty sweet there was like a big Chubby Kid. Video Games all day. That's going to give you my kids. You just didn't like the lady and her husband right there were there. Were nightmare like if this family is bringing you into their culture and they put you in like the traditional dress than like you. Don't come out with that kind of face. You know children as Yeah. Yeah I think that's. That's why they probably wanted to do the show with her. 'cause they would do something like that right. Act like a complete. We'll just she was casted perfectly total. Apparently she never cooks and she doesn't. I guess she feeds her kids fast. Food all the time. She looks like kids. Do whatever they want and the kids were like running around like well. Who Cooks here? She's like my mom cooks and all these pageants was like putting makeup on her face. Well that's like personally and Cardi B. No it was a white lady if you missed it. The new season of American idol premiered on ABC. And if we've learned anything from all the seasons it's been on. People are delusional comeback. This is my comeback here. We go okay like you saw sure problems or I can who come back. He's coming back. Ironically a lot of correlation taking on a lot of different roles on his time. He's in Florida American idol kitten. Weird just wanted attention. I don't like it seems like the you know. The Guy was spinning around and Lionel Ritchie hit by Katy Perry but this is a longer clip and and Katy Perry was way too supportive. They were all this of music and I don't think it works American. I don't know like bring Simon Beck reaches you. This is awful right. Should not be doing. Yeah whom they did this revolt. They said that they were going to be nicer. Yeah but even even come back to be nice now. I don't want them to be nice but I do think that she particularly liked that song. That's why she kinda got involved and he like they stopped him and so they could like give them like oh whatever notes and say no quickly and he just kept singing over them and then. Katie pairs of all right. We're doing this again. And that started. It was yeah well I mean you got his camera time famous. Yeah we're talking about him now. Maybe he did something right. While we're judging we do so ninety one of us to judge him it makes him relevant coming up and drunken wedding brolin a psycho mother-in-law. Da Relationship frozen snack. Welcome back in time for the part of the show where we get to find out what we're jeff might be able to introduce our segment of the day. Hard path wants to be a real life iron man in source through the Sky. Two hundred and forty miles per hour you. Do I know raw? You wouldn't do that. I know engineer. I don't know how to navigate. I'm GONNA die immediately. Went up to three thousand feet in thirty seconds goes to one hundred fifty miles an hour. It just did your legs going. It just felt like he was gonNA blow apart. I didn't like that. I pass on mass distribution hard pat. Thank you for air. People were trying to do this now. Building tree traffic water. Like that's just clean up for the ot man all right so hard pass for you mean a hard patch repair. It is a triple hard. Pass your dog. Barking wasn't already annoying enough. Now you can make it swear to introducing the cuss caller. Definitely you find that you smoke a little bit and let me Google dogs cozy something. Have you ever just woke up in the morning? You're looking at it to in the morning by the way this is sixty bucks and it sold out so everyone's a psychopath this. I got like two hundred texts about this literally losers but this is a hard pass for me. I like my dog because I think he's sweet. Can you get a little bored caller? That makes them select cool hat. Turn on this show you love Jeff. I like an while sound. People hate Christmas music before December. This mom leaves her Christmas trees up all year long but in her defense is just a campus for important holidays like Valentine's Day and national pancake. So she's just kind of cheating so having to do decorations all over the house. She's basically has a tree where she puts a hard decker. I this is my first not hard. I liked the she decorates for every holiday. Like it doesn't matter what it is. She's like I put up stuff for Thanksgiving for Halloween. I love that. I know black history month. Oh Lord the whole situation in that house child. Please don't putting up the black sand like this black box. Ask Woman is taking the term service animal to an all new first class heights. It's not every day you see a horse on a plane. Let alone in First. Class but Fred. The mini service horse went wheels up with a purpose. Ronca frozen has trained Fred to be therapy and a service. Of course he lives in. Her house is housebroken is more well trained than most. Don't get in their hard hard hard hard pass. Is there a reason why the mini-wars is dressed? Like he's about to rob somebody can. Meaning Nacho Lee teletubby by what she pushes yes. Here's a horse on an airplane wrestling more. If we all of US Britain get something to travel with his. Don't Miss a love service dogs? Yeah whatever you need. I love that do what you want. I'm a big pick. We have to draw the line at only yards passing. No matter how cure up we gotta go but hit us up on twitter and check out our podcast. 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Fri. 2/28 - Normani Spoke Out About Camila Cabellos Racist Online Posts
"Hello everybody and welcome to these eleven news ride home for for Friday February. Twenty Eighth Twenty twenty. I'm your host Kate Raft. It's a big day for me. Stupid love is out the music. Video is how it's the best thing that's ever happened to me. I'm just like I'm over here. Just like having a freak out way out again may own my God. I'm dead I mean it's it's so good. Listen I know this is not a lady Gaga Stan podcast. This is a celebrity news podcasts. I'm trying to like contain myself? I can't spend the whole podcast talking about how I'm one of the kindness. Punks fighting for chromatic. But I wish I could I really. I could go on for hours about the stupid love music video but I can't because that's not what I'm getting paid to do here. You know you know. I have a job and have to provide the news but after you finish listening to this episode you should definitely head on over to lady. Gaga's youtube account or whatever and watch the music video for stupid love. It is beautiful. It's ORCA vard. She's perfect. I love all of the fashion in the video. It's like set in a desert and like she kinda looks like the power rangers and the colors are amazing and everything's glittery and wonderful. I'm you know all of the yellow backup dancers. I desperately need all of their wardrobe. Some of you don't know me that well but some fun fact about me is that I only wear the color yellow and I invented the color yellow. So if you're out there enjoying the color yellow you can thank me for it because I invented yellow anyway. I graciously let. Gog used the color yellow in this music video. And I'm so glad I did because it looks great. Okay I gotTA stop because I definitely sound like a crazy person but I can't help it. I'M A GAGA. Stand FOR LIFE. I'm a little monster AK and I'm not sorry for it but let's get to the news. Shall we really quick? I JUST WANNA say Mark. Your calendars the Laurie. Laughlin and Mossy emoji newly jury selection is starting on September twenty eighth. That means that they're trial should follow pretty quickly after that depending on how long the jury selection takes and wonder if we're GONNA see a lot of like bearded Mossy Mo- Halloween costumes. Who knows but they're hoping that the trial is over by Thanksgiving. So time will tell tick tock. We're coming up on it anyway. Let's get to the main topics for today's show. Sky Jackson got a restraining order against bad baby. Nick Cage and a mystery woman visited his New Orleans whom that he's eventually going to use when he's Ah Corpse Frankie Muniz got married nor Mani finally spoke out about Camilla. Cabela's racist tweets and tumbler posts. And finally we're going to close out this Friday show with a Garner Garner. Alright here's what you missed today. In the world of Celebrity News Jazz Bid News News. The teens are fighting with each other specifically sixteen year. Old White Rapper. Danielle Burr Goalie Aka. Bad Baby Aka. You know the girl who said cash me outside on Dr Phil. All those years ago. Anyway these seventeen year old Disney Channel Star skied. Jackson is so freaked out by bad babies threats on social media. That sky has officially taken out a restraining order against bad baby. According to TMZ the restraining order was granted by a judge and quote orders. Be Stay one hundred yards away from sky her home and workplace. She also can't contact sky in any form in the DOCKS SKIES SAYS. She's fearful to leave her house by herself. Hasn't slept well since the threats were made and feels. Danielle is mentally unstable sky. Also claims Danielle texted her four months ago saying she wanted to fight her she included some of the alleged messages from Daniel in her filing and quote Yikes okay. Bad baby responded to the restraining order. News by posting an ad I guess for her new record and also it doubled as an advert fashion Nova the caption for her instagram. Post reads as follows quote. Go Get your restraining order. I'm go get checks at Fashion Nova hashtag AD and quote. I wonder if she's actually going to get paid out by fashion. Nova for that because it doesn't seem like that's how ads work but hey I should just start tagging. Companies in my clapback tweets. That's not the worst idea I've ever heard. Anyway I guess this whole thing started because bad baby went on instagram. Live and said she was gonNA kill sky earlier this week. Tmz summed up the root cause of their beef saying quote. Bb's mad sky allegedly made a fake account to talk about Danielle recently being seen hanging out with rapper. Nba Young boy. A Guy Baby seems to skies pretty into herself as bad baby claims in her own words skies moving sneaky online and quote. There's not many times in life where I truly feel old but right now I feel old. I feel old as hell. I feel very old. I love this next story so so so so much. It's truly so gough. Nicholas Cage took a date that the daily mail refers to as a mystery woman to his future. Tombstone in New Orleans. Daily Mail summed this up writing quote the movie star and his female companion went to the famous cemetery. New Orleans is French quarter to view the nine foot tall pyramid tomb. That cage bought for himself in two thousand ten and quote first of all love this. If I was a rich Weirdo like Nicholas Cage. I would absolutely drop a ton of money on fancy tomb and then I would absolutely go and hang out there all the time so for me. This is extremely relatable content. You know also the photos of him and his mystery woman are incredible. They're both wearing matching leather pants. They both have on plain white shirts and they're matching leather jackets. Look amazing also. They're both wearing one. Single Strand of Mardi Gras beads his green hers as Purple. They're perfectly matching. I mean the picture is so good. This is a work of art. They're just hanging out at the place where he's going to be entombed when he's like dead. That's so funny and so cool. If he's doing that as like an Aphrodisiac fully here for it that is. That's one way to do it. That's one way to do it kind of macabre. But I get it I get it. I would love a renaissance style painting of Nick Cage and his mystery woman visiting his future gravesite. I mean that's to me. This photo is art. They're matching all of their clothes. It's just it's a painting. According to a source who spoke to the Daily Mail and witnessed the whole thing? They said quote he was probably in there for fifteen minutes looking at his tomb and then he came out. He waved to everyone. Said have a great Mardi Gras and quote. Frankie Muniz got married this past weekend. Right Malcolm was in the Middle. Of a matrimony this past weekend. He tied the knot with his longtime girlfriend page price. She's a non femme. That's what I call. People who are non famous anyway confirmed the wedding and I gotta say there's not that much interesting or even that exciting about this wedding news. So don't get your hopes up. Here's the big scoop that US weekly exclusively managed to get they said quote the Malcolm in the middle alums thirty four were a burgundy suit white shirt and black tie while the bride stunned in a lace gown and quote. Wow he were burgundy and away shirt and black tie huge and she were lace. You're kidding you're kidding but in all seriousness congrats to child actor turned race car driver. Frankie Muniz I hope you have a wonderful marriage with page. The best part of this US weekly article about the wedding is included quote. He gave them from two thousand sixteen where he said that he has such bad memory. Loss likely due to having so many concussions from racecar driving that his then girlfriend now wife has to like write down all of his memories for him so that he can reread them there. Something so tragic and sad about that. Hopefully she wrote down the fact that he wore a burgundy suit with a white shirt. Black Tie at his wedding. You wouldn't forget a detail like that. Anyway congrats Frankie. You know what I don't get the big wireless companies like. Why are we all still doing it? It's the same wireless companies that we've been seeing the same commercials for forever and you look at them and you're like I guess that's the place was supposed to buy my cell phone but like now there has to be a better and more modern way that doesn't waste money on retail spaces inflated prices in hidden fees. That's why I love Mint Mobile Mint. Mobile provides the same premium network coverage. You're used to but at a fraction of the cost because everything is online meant immobile saves on retail locations and overhead and then they pass those savings directly to he. You who okay. I'm not joking. The service on my phone is excellent. I highly recommend you use it. 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So you know what I'm going to give you some of highlights here okay. So in a long email rolling stone normany wrote quote direct and subliminal. Hatred has been geared towards me for many years solely because of the color of my skin. It would be dishonest. If I said that. This particular scenario didn't hurt me. She then added quote. It took days for her to acknowledge what I was dealing with online. And then years for her. To take responsibility for the offensive tweets that recently resurfaced whether or not it was her intention. This made me feel like I was second to the relationship that she had with her fans and quote rolling stone kind of recapped. The Camilla side of things writing quote Kobe. Oh has since apologized for the posts calling the version of herself that made them ignorant and unaware many of those posts included flip bent use of the N. Word and black stereotypes not too far off from the type of daily hatred. Normany received while in fifth harmony and quote normany summed up her feelings about the whole thing saying she hopes that Camilla was able to experience some personal growth and maybe learn an important lesson she then added quote to my Brown men and women. We are like no other. Our power lies within our culture. We are descendants of an endless line of strong and resilient kings and Queens. We have been and will continue to win in all that we do simply because of who we are. We deserve to be celebrated. I deserve to be celebrated and just getting started and quote. And of course we've been gifted with some Jennifer Garner news so we're going to close out this Friday episode with Garner Karner canvassing the the theme song. It's still a work in progress. Here we go. It's the Garner Karner with Jennifer Garner. If your name is Ben you better not harm her. It's the Garner Connor. Welcome to the Garner Karner. Everybody this is the wholesome little corner or should I say. Karner of the celebrity news cycle where we focus on one of the sweetest celebs of all time. That's right Jennifer Garner today Jennifer Garner News. We have to discuss how her current boyfriend of two years businessman. John Miller who was in charge of a company that created a burger flipping robot named flippy is allegedly a little uncomfortable with Ben. Affleck talking about Gen so much in the press as you all know Ben Affleck is doing a bunch of press for his new movie the way back and he's been opening up about his struggles with addiction and his divorce with Jan. according to an anonymous source he spoke to US weekly about John's feelings on the whole thing. Apparently he's becoming quote uncomfortable with Ben's interviews and quote the source continued saying quote. John is empathetic to Ben struggles with sobriety but he worries about how Jennifer has once again. Become the focus. The spotlight on Jennifer is intense and Ben needs to consider her feelings before speaking so publicly and quote. I mean Ben. Affleck literally said that his divorce with Jennifer Garner was the biggest regret of his life so I kind of get how that would make her current boyfriend sweat a little bit. The source ended their comments by saying quote John Believes Ben would remarry Jennifer if she wanted to get back together. John Wants to marry Jennifer but knows she isn't ready yet and quote. We all know that John Wants to marry Jennifer Garner. Okay who wouldn't wanNA marry Jennifer Garner? Okay but she's not a woman who can be rushed okay. Jennifer Garner is not a woman who can be rushed. Honestly I gotta say neither of these men deserve Jennifer Garner. There's truly almost no one pure enough on this earth today. The woman who does ballet in airports and drops off girl scout cookies to friends houses. But I understand that. She needs to settle for someone and find love. It's hard to be as perfect as Jennifer Garner. No one's ever going to be good enough in my eyes. I mean I'm protective okay. I'm protected with Jennifer Garner. I will fight for her until the end but whoever she does decide to marry all all support her. I know that she's a grown woman and I support any choices she makes and hopefully I get an invite to the wedding. I mean I'm just putting that out there. I'm just vision boarding it right now with my podcast. Anyway that's been today's Garner Karner. Thank you so much for tuning in to the Garner car her well. That's it for today's episode. Thank you so much for tuning into Celeb- news ride home. I've been kate raft. You can follow me at Kate. Raft on everything please. Stream stupid love. Let's get stupid love to number one. Okay we can do it. We can do it. I mean you don't have to. I fully acknowledged that my brain is broken when it comes to lady Gaga. I have stupid love playing on a loop in my brain over and over again so it's actually a miracle that I even got this episode out today so congrats to me for actually doing my job instead of just watching stupid love on repeat. Anyway you can follow the show. We're at celebrities on instagram and twitter. Thank you so much to ride home. Media and my co producer and engineer Jack Alison thank you all so much for clicking our links and supporting our sponsors when you support our sponsors yes support this show. Okay thank you for leaving. Those reviews on Apple podcasts. And Hey have a great weekend. I'll see ya on Monday. What am I doing this weekend? watching stupid love over and over again. Maybe I'll learn the choreography from the music video. It's going to be really an eventful weekend for me anyway later love you.