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"jenny slate" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

07:02 min | 4 months ago

"jenny slate" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"Y you know. I was thinking about being that i was thinking of being bossed and creating a room and facilitating people. Funny thing about the broader idea of creating spaces. And i want to talk a little bit about big terrific which was a weekly comedy show in williamsburg at a variety of venues that hosted with jenny slate and mexico vestry This was the show that i went to most often. It is when i think of like the weekly comedy. Show that i think of his big terrific and i think our nation's Y you know what what what to find it for you like you talk about. I'm and if you like vice is the particularly important thing for your comedy. What what defined big terrific. What what defined the vibe you're going for and what do you feel like how it informed the point of view have even going forward in your comedic work. That's not hosting that show right like i mean i think if you were to ask like audience members like Or potential audience members. Like what do you hate about. Stand up comedy. It would be like when the comedian picks on me from the stage you know and like being called out or You know what a comic would call crowd work like. I think if you were to ask most people like that's their fucking nightmare and that's what keeps them from. Going to comedy shows like the idea that like suddenly. It'll turn on them. So that was like this. Big rule that we had amongst me and jenny and max was like let's just never pick on the. It's like this is our show will have the mike. It's not about like shutdown. Hecklers are doing doing whatever like let's put on a show And so. I think that was really important. And i think that's what like kept people comfy To come and see. What was like pretty edgy. Comedy at the time and Just knowing that we're not gonna like turn the lights on them Also like the fact that the three of us were and still are very very close friends. Who like actually have a relationship with each other I think that that's something that like kind of bled into the night. Like i think that was probably palpable. How much we liked each other than we would sit like in in a spot off that was very visible and like laugh at each other's jokes and give each other really warm like intros And then for the guest comics. There were like people that we admired and liar actually liked As opposed to like. Who's the hottest thing right now. And i think that we gave a venue and like a lot of stage. Time to certain people who weren't getting onto the stage time elsewhere but because they had the right. Hi i mean i hate to use that word again but like this is gonna be a pleasant evening where you laugh your ass off and have a million beers and it probably helps that. We're not charging a dime at the door. The thing that you know not to reignite reignite this sort of club verse alternative comedy wars of a decade ago that truly no one cares about anymore but me but you know i remember so distinctly at that time like bill. Burr complaining comedies. Too easy to do. Now it's two audiences are two inviting you know the the it shouldn't be so easy. Should be safe space and like now that we now that we have time to see the effect of what happened to comedy as a result of it being too easy is that comedy became a mutt for inviting place for other people who weren't normally doing comedy to do like it's undeniable to be like. Oh what if it is inviting to people who are afraid of being heckled like it's I don't know if you read my colleague. Alex young wrote a piece a few years ago. The new queens of comedy. Yeah and a lot of we're talking about reminded me of a very specific quote. That guy branam said to alex for that piece guy also is a writer on your show and the quote was. We're still used comedy being a space. Where where we're going to be attacked and feel weird. If you showed up to a random showcase you could assume that you would be told how disgusting f- slurs were on a regular basis and he continues to say one of the really interesting things. Is that the change in the tenor of standup in major. American cities is so much of a reflection of there being actual gay people getting up like it notes. We are to accept being influential. It's like an idea but especially working with mat. Rogers and pat pattie harrison lake. What he hoped would happen. Grow out of what you created with that show. I mean i can't let myself like take. I can't give myself any credit really for anything in life. But i i am like i am I'm so pleased with what i see. And like of of every like new wave of talent that's coming up and You know. I think that like the olden days like there was just like a lot of comics when i was coming up. Who like weren't happy. That i was coming. The uranium and like that was really palpable. Like i felt a lot of people who i admired just like. We're not rooting for you. Buddy i mean it was like a very defining vibe. An and i really liked didn't do that. You know what i mean and like so like you know. When i first met john earlier just graduated from college. And i was like fucking funny. You're funny do it and like it. It doesn't cost me anything to get excited about where who's next It's actually really fun. So i love. What the comedy scene has become. I don't bemoan like a front facing camera videos like it's an art form. Nearly people there's people who are incredible at it you know. And that's the funniest thing that they can do and it's really really bucking funny so like i just like really make it like an exercise but i also mean it but i'm also trying a little bit but i would just be like excited about what's next and like i don't close the door behind me like what's the point. They're coming anyway so like i. You know there's just like a lot of dealings vibes and a lot of like yet sentiment. That i got coming up. You're gonna wear that on stage. Like i just not going to be that person and i never welby. Yeah talk a little bit more. Your stand up. You provided a recent joke of yours. I would say that at this point i can confidently say that i love my body the way i would love someone who's like in my.

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"jenny slate" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"jenny slate" Discussed on KPCC

"Be voicing her from Stephen. Season five onwards. The show made the decision to replace Jenny Slate that was the white actress previously playing the character. What does that change mean or represent for you? For me. I think it represents. A lot of hope. Honestly, um, you know, I think sometimes people like that that sentence like made the decision to replace. I've gotten messages or people are like, Why did you personally fire Jenny? But I think Jenny also came to the decision herself, which I think is, um Is good is a good thing, which means that people in positions of power and positions of influence are listening to people who might not be there yet on Um, you know, all different, you know? Non majority groups excited for people of different, you know. Genders and different, you know, sexual identities and abilities to be able to be in the spaces. Well, we got this question from Philip, who says I owe your addition to the show. As a voice actor, I should say, seemed to be in large part to allow the show to responsibly explore your character, discovering her race being a child of a bi racial couple in living in a predominantly white school. How does the world of animation change the discussion from other live action shows that have addressed this issue? So I think what Phillips asking there is is. How does animation provide? Maybe A different way to explore some of these issues. I think there's so much you can do in animation. Visually, um, that I mean, I think big mouth is like perfect proof of that. There's so many like fun and ridiculous references and big visual explorations that you can go on. I mean, like, Kristen Wig, plays a vagina and the show. Can I say that on radio you can get, but it's another stop talking vagina talking kind on the show. And I don't think you could do that live action, But it's also you know, I think, because it's a medium that sometimes people think is silly and locked you we can have these great conversations and secretly sneak in a lot of Meaning to well, let's listen to another big mouth clip. This is from the season four premiere. It was like I was vibrating at this weird frequency all the time I get it. But then I found this form for trans kids. And it was like that's who I am. So I told my parents God did they freak out? Sort of. Yeah, but then my mom started listening to Lady Gaga and sadly, that's what made her come around. Don't love but Go on like that movie where? Boyfriend Spencer, two Grammys, So we decided I should go on hormone blockers..

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"jenny slate" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"jenny slate" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"There's like a kind of a comedian's trope over the years where it would be like you'd make fun of the actress who took the role as a handicapped person or the very, very straight actress who would take a job. As a gay person to show that they they understood those communities. And I used to be the thing that would get you woke and get you an Oscar. So now the thing is, you can't ugly yourself up. You actually have to get an ugly actress to play the part. That's actually a beautiful woman. She can't play an ugly part. What about ugly actresses? How did they get gigs? What about what? I want to see that happen? I don't know. I want to see that happened. Can't be far away Can't be. What about taking what if there was someone who was not believable? In their life and you're replacing them with an actress who's a good actress. I think you don't have a crappy actress to play the role of someone who can act. Definitely. I mean, it sounds ridiculous. Charlie's there and had a similar incident lately, Right with the transgender, I think was a trip to think it was her. Yeah. Yeah, This one. I was fascinated by was was Kristen Bell? You may remember. She's married to Dax Shepard. She's in a bunch of commercials, and she's been very good commercials together. She and her husband are kind of a nice little couple here. Yeah, yeah, And so she took a role on a cartoon that I think was on. I think it's on Netflix. And she plays a character called Molly on the show named Central Central Park. I've never seen the show. This is her statement. She came out now that the sheep is a voice of a child who is mixed race. Now she's not a child. She's not sure write. Write what she's not a child, and she's not mixed race and she was playing this role on this cartoon. This is what she said. This is her first. A statement about her stepping down as the voice of a freaking cartoon character. This is a time to acknowledge our axe of complicity. Here is one of mine. Playing the character of Molly on Central Park shows a lack of awareness of my pervasive privilege. Casting a mixed race character with a white actress undermines the specificity of the mixed race and black American experience. Okay, First, it's mixed race, So you can't have a black person do it right. Because it is. The specificity of the mixed race experience is it has to find someone. Extreme Ex traced. And like he looked, you're not. She acts as if she was like an accountant for the S s place You were before you're complicit. You played the voice of a cartoon character. Relax. First of all, and you know the Was anybody calling for her to step down for that rule? I don't think so. I think you always get one or two activists that say that you know, it's the same thing that started like years ago when they were like, you know what a poo on the symptoms? Simpsons is a bad Is it problematic? And at first I was like what? Like You know, First of all, he's like he seemingly a very good guy on the show. One of the only people on the show is a good person on and you know, he's one of the most prominent roles and like, yeah, it's voiced by, you know, Anchors area but you know He's just a just a silly clothes to be okay. Used to be OK now. Not okay. Now who's gone now? It might save yourself. Well, they could just get a mixed race. Character rank to grow long. Yeah. No, You can't do that, either. So you can't know because Jenny Slate Jenny Slate is another comedic actress. Who, Of course you remember from all of her work's All the Jenny slaves, the sector of things that she does so well. Yeah, the entire spectrum where all were fans of all I mean, all multi format. Media and I wre or entertainment empire ordered her eight track collection. Did you really just came in? Incredible? So she stepped down as well as the voice of a frigging cartoon because she is also white and playing the role of a mixed race Now I don't know why this is so widespread Hollywood. I don't know why they're just realizing it now. Here's her quote now again. She is a white person. But she's also Jewish. OK, alright, eso again to Jewish. You could say religion race you all sorts of different things. People say about that, but she she says this at the start of the show. I reasoned with myself that it was permissible for me to play Missy, which is a frickin cartoon character, by the way. Because her mom is Jewish and white as M I A. But Missy is also black and black characters on an animated show should be played by black people. No. What about the white part? The white part right? And she is a literal batch white and Jewish of the mom of this character, and even that's not specific enough. She had to abandon her job. But I don't know where that doesn't. I don't know. Does she have? Does she have a lot of this stuff? Did you have offers of this level coming in, like crazy? I mean, she's you know Kristen Bell, her husband hosts one of the most popular podcast in the country is also an actor. They make plenty of money. They've got a $4 million house They're doing okay. I don't know. Is Jenny slate doing okay? She might be. I don't know anything about her other than the eight track collection that I just bought, so I don't know. But like this is what she says. She says engaging them. Playing Missy. She's engaging in an act of eraser of black people. Ending my portrayal of Missy is one step in a lifelong process of income on uncovering the racism in my actions. First of all in this particular case, you are literally not a racing a black person. You're drawing one. It's the exact opposite of black Frasier. You're actually drawing a black person. Okay, That's number one number two. I know we're supposed to understand. The stories of these women, and they own their own truth. I hope you know that they own their own truth, right? That's beautiful. So who are we to disagree Exactly? They acknowledge their own racism. When they say they're Racists. I guess they're Racists. I don't want to take that away from them. I would say that doesn't sound very racist. But you know what they're saying. It's their races and I don't want to take their truth away from them. That's your white privilege, saying that it's not racist. It is racist. It is racist. It's their big, fat, dirty racist there. Basically David Duke in a cocktail dress. Thank you. And I'm glad they have admitted that and expressed their truth. I wouldn't have necessarily seen it that way. But they've told us that they're racist. So we must accept their racism. Who are we? Who are we? I'm not a racist. If I was doing a character like Missy, I would say, why am I a man doing it? How dare you? You know what if it's a trans child, and then I would say I'm not a child, They say Well, I guess if you're identifying as a child than you are This is the thing you just need to get out ahead of these things before you accept the role you need to identify in the nine different ways that defined the character. Which, by the way, we're talking about a job. The only requirement of this job is pretending to be something that you're not is acting. It's like I should've really fundamentally, The only thing you have to do in this job is pretending you're someone that you're not And they still can't get this through your heads. You're never gonna have Unless you get the person you're gonna have to do every move. He's gonna have to be like private parts with Howard Stern, where they all play themselves because it's the only person you're allowed to Play II could be specific. As as Howard stirred. I can play Howard Stern as Robin Quivers. I can play Robin quivers outside of that. How can you even have this industry anymore? This is old nonsensical, and there's no limiting principle here, Pat. You know, there's no reason why what Im saying asshole word Stern could only play Howard Stern is untrue. No, there's no part of their reasoning that makes it so That wouldn't be the case. There's no no quite the opposite In principle. I'm quite the opposite. Yeah, Triple 8 77 So here's another example of American ingenuity. I recently learned of a Dayton, Ohio based women owned startup called Tempeh,.

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"jenny slate" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:51 min | 1 year ago

"jenny slate" Discussed on AP News

"Family guy actor my cannery whose white says he'll stop voicing the animated shows main black character granny Smith when he got out of it in your mouth and it's like Cleveland brown on fox's family guy since the series debut in 1999 he wrote on Twitter Friday he'll stop playing the African American characters because persons of color should make characters of color and read also voiced the Latin make Consuela his decision comes after white actors Jenny slate who voiced Missy on Netflix's big mouth and Kristen bell who voiced Molly on apple TV pluses Central Park pulled out of their roles as biracial characters saying they should be cast was someone of color I'm Julie Walker

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Mike Henry to stop voicing Black character on 'Family Guy'

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Mike Henry to stop voicing Black character on 'Family Guy'

"Family guy actor my cannery whose white says he'll stop voicing the animated shows main black character granny Smith when he got out of it in your mouth and it's like Cleveland brown on fox's family guy since the series debut in nineteen ninety nine he wrote on Twitter Friday he'll stop playing the African American characters because persons of color should make characters of color and read also voiced the Latin make Consuela his decision comes after white actors Jenny slate who voiced Missy on Netflix's big mouth and Kristen bell who voiced Molly on apple TV pluses Central Park pulled out of their roles as biracial characters saying they should be cast was someone of color I'm Julie Walker

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White voice actors step down from mixed-race roles

Tony Katz and the Morning News

01:50 min | 1 year ago

White voice actors step down from mixed-race roles

"So so in in bell bell you you know know from from frozen frozen yeah yeah this this is is she she is is giving giving up up her voice over role on a animated series called Central Park which is an apple T. V. it's a animated musical comedy about a family called the televisions they live in Central Park NYC giving it up well as she says this is the time to acknowledge our acts of complicity here's one of mine playing the character of Molly on Central Park shows a lack of awareness of my pervasive privilege Mali is is a mixed race character eight and that's that's the the story there that she couldn't play this part because it was a mixed race characters there for to go to a mixed race actress oh okay Tony Katz ninety three WIBC good morning I always thought that actors act that's what I was was was told I think there's a difference between wearing blackface and voicing a character who by the way is of mixed race you mean black and white in this conversation your wife so you fit at least some of the of the bill right then you have Jenny slate who plays a black character in the show the cartoon big mouth Jenny slate used to be on a Saturday Night Live she wasn't venom I see like Jenny slate always have I don't personally but she doesn't feel right about it okay you don't feel right about it and then then then don't do it certainly absolutely positively don't do it

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"jenny slate" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"jenny slate" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Crime scene see the crime just on that and then a Jenny slate's I get it who thanks bro Jenny slate who was it is it a movie she was on parks and rec I don't know what else use them but she also both of them are are are voice actresses Kristen bell voices Molly on Central Park and Jenny slate did they both did did the voice for Missy on the net Flix cartoon big mouth and both are stepping down from voicing the cartoons because they say that those cartoons portray women of color and they are not women of color in those so therefore the voice work for those cartoons should be done by people of the same color in your Twitter got all call crazy about it yesterday and somebody tweeted out got retweeted maybe one one one black actor that voices of white character you know twitch Twitter responded like well okay well you got Phil lamarr he's black and does the voice of the samurai Jack and Darth Vader and James Earl Jones internet took to movies to figure it out but you know but the third one weeks and if you did have the prequels before then right if you think you can figure that out but if you send me further down this mental rabbit hole of we have eight eight a lack of new entertainment content even in the NASCAR world the one supporting you know do you know the one sport that's going off right now it is now embroiled in number in ridiculous controversy over what happened Bubba Wallace yep there's nothing to talk about I was thinking what was the last thing we talked about as a collectively as a society what can I enjoy that da da doesn't have some element of woke politics right surrounding it or what was new and it was tiger King ranking tiger can capture the imagination of everybody in the middle of a pandemic yeah and then once it was finished they tried to overhaul America's own it was wasn't worth talking about but right now there's nothing to drive any conversation apart from the this woke Morris this woke civil war that we're currently embroiled in and I can help and and unfortunately it's getting perpetuated with the moving of like move like even if you had along come out you'd have well didn't it didn't meet the standards of the cartoons let's talk about that but they're pushing that back the Disney parks are going to be opening up soon I could be able to give you even get a conversations about how they're handling things from that front you know with movie theaters decide they're not gonna open they're all showing old movies right now there's nothing to grab one of our it's not like old movies apparently his covert not like you know blues brothers and and all these classics that the the theaters are showing what's the difference or by if you could show that old movie you could show new movie I think well I think what I think we should go the other way and start releasing those controversial films we have something to talk about yes let's let's put let's put let's put out gone with the wind let's put out the last Jed I was put out blazing saddles might not get a whole lot of support for that one support recently had some conversations get people talking yeah absolutely yeah there's a need to any movies from that era for crying out loud just go to can you show karate kid is that been deemed snout woke either I don't know I don't know probably but this is what makes this story here even worse in my opinion because you have plenty of controversial things to talk about all read the third there is no shortage of of woke controversies in the midst of the pandemic and the horrible death of George Ford to talk about and yet what does the Star Tribune to do they travel to Albert Lea just to stir up a mo Jeez of of of stuff they just want to stir up stuff and that's what happened in the story the headline Albert Lea Minnesota considers ties to its Confederate names steak no you did that you went to Albert Lea is started asking people about the fact that Albert Lee was a Tennessean who served as a Confederate lieutenant colonel several decades after he surveyed parts of what became southern Minnesota for the U. S. army back in eighteen thirty five there's a bust of him in the country museum and he's buried about nine hundred miles away down interstate thirty five in in Texas when you go through the story and I know we have a little bit more background on this when you go to the story I tried to I I played a game of find Z. origin beyond the Star Tribune asking well the minute right here just a few paragraphs and right they set the story up talking about how this this this bartender Hannah twenty two year old bartender learned that her city was named for a man with a divisive past a man who served as a Confederate lieutenant colonel right so they set all that up and then they go yet the debate about the place of Confederate names in twenty first century America has largely bypassed Albert Lee well then why are you talking about it yeah who are you what are you doing a story on it if they're not upset about it if the people that live there by and large don't really care what their new city is named after if they're not spending their days having Albert Lea festivals celebrating his time in the confederacy then why do you care Star Tribune wire you drive in an hour south of the cities in order to stir up this controversy because you want the clicks it's all about yeah six and getting the woke mob guys look over here here's something you can be mad about their instead they're pulling out a section on our lead then they basically admit it right there in the story what's what's what's classic about this you're going to the article we look at some of the quotes they pulled right so they go to the mayor Vern Rasmussen junior this is quote I don't know that really as a community we've talked about our early I would venture to guess that most people in town don't even know the name itself I don't I don't that's the point okay he goes on to say the name itself I don't think our community has any negative or positive connotation it's really just a name I think changing it is a lot of money and time spent I'm not sure anybody would benefit as much as it would to try to build a receptive community to everybody I don't even talk to people in town Melissa Smith forty one says she agrees with the mayor Lee's Confederate service she said had nothing to do with what he did in Albert Lea at the time there you go but what does nothing to do with why the town is named at absolutely nothing to do with it and what is the Star Tribune due for the next six paragraphs yeah the uncomfortable past of Albert Lea may go three six paragraphs of every little wikipedia a detail that they could pull of Alberta lead here well here's the Hey everybody look this is background you should probably care about this whole thing right in eighteen seventy four they had this debate in Albert Lea and they decided to keep the name in in eighteen seventy four I said well you know he was only a subordinate officer of the government at the time of the.

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Jenny Slate, Kristen Bell's Animated TV Roles to Be Recast with Actors of Color; Hulu pulls 'Scrubs' episodes containing blackface

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Jenny Slate, Kristen Bell's Animated TV Roles to Be Recast with Actors of Color; Hulu pulls 'Scrubs' episodes containing blackface

"Kristen Bell and Jenny Slate, both white actresses who played by racial teen girls on animated Siri's Bell on Apple TV Pluses. Central Park Slate on Netflix is big mouth both shows, saying the roles will be recast with actresses of color on both shows apologising for not doing so in the first place. He's sure this isn't offensive comedy series Scrubs his full three episodes off Lulu. Characters, including Starr, Zach Braff appear in

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"jenny slate" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast

The Film Buds Podcast

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"jenny slate" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast

"He was in high fidelity same. Okay I see. I'm fine with you. Typecast like he's like the adult women's no assent today all right. That was really good. I liked that I knew that I love not necessarily with him but even not even talking about the the butter seeing that. That's a really good away from me. I got any movie. My favorite scene and we know in terms of the performance of Jenny slate is when she's talking to the doctor about How much it costs to get the emotion and her performance in that is so humbling and light an emotional. Why 'cause it's real life every day every day? Yeah she does so well. And it's such a touching scene and especially with dealing with even just the current state of health insurance and all of that and her just not having any money to really do it and having to figure out a different way or or battling with all these different questions and for whatever reason the well not. I should say and the part of it that for whatever reason a lot of people who protest abortion especially choose to ignore is that an almost undeniable emotional struggle in turmoil. Even if you know it's exactly the right thing to do. It's still like so. Yeah it's still weird Nobody wants it still Bizarro You know so. Well sued the movie so good every single little bit. There's so many memorable I think you know movies good. So every scene is like memorable like when she's in the box. Yeah Oh that's great. Just the bookstore. The bookstore settings great. Yeah and it's not notches. It's not like history. Fake Poor Land area version. It's like real life and I mean And again my favorite scene. It's on my list of favorites Movies plus you've been best of the decade when we're talk staff missed out on you know. I'm so I'm so bad at that. I was really excited. It's too much of a hidden gem. I THOUGHT ABOUT FORGOT. I'm really bad at like recalling have never thought what anyway but yeah the the butter there at the restaurant and the butter seen I mean and he's talking about the couple of entertainment..

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"jenny slate" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:26 min | 2 years ago

"jenny slate" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"These enough sister program the culture from like the American comedian Jenny slate for feels how she was driven to relate to me it's in wonderful collection of essays by dispense divorce and the election of you're listening to the outside on the BBC world service would mean to keep eighty more literary chance now with two black British female with those who really been in the spotlight in the U. K. in recent months the entity never rested who won the prestigious British less reprise the Boca for her novel girl woman alpha and Candice Cody Williams who bust on to the publishing scene with her debut novel Queenie gaining critical acclaim and the loss of devoted readers in conversation with each other at the BBC they talked about their experiences is black female says and how the publishing industry is becoming more diverse than eighteen first you'll know full creamy about a young black woman negotiating living in London and negotiating relationships and well can self esteem and all those other things is something that as far as we know hasn't really happened before because we know that so many books have been published around those things were actually through what protagonist than light with go woman although he knows he's twelve but but as women nineteen ninety three a fama Banco school teacher fit to direct to student all so different and most of those characters have also haven't been seen in fiction before all of us are doing something different and we're actually re energizing British literature simply because we haven't had those stories out they have a full so that that is also the arguments I guess for us to be that because we have things to say and explore but I suppose it's about how where deceived whether we're perceived as marginal or importance in all society as rice's because well like well no one is doing it for us and the institutions on doing it for us so we just have to do it ourselves the outside so that was helping and showing ourselves or the people so they can join in yeah I Ching joy that public facing work I'm not done lots of it thank you can I come I came up to say it's a so yes I was acting from the age of twelve you know and I love to laugh actually you said the I was introverts at one point there is a part of me that's introverts I don't need to be the center of attention actually I do like being the central tension tons of my career but in terms of my personal life I'm a I'm an observer what has the reaction been to what in particular from black women I'm so relieved that responses of had from that women have been really positive the book seems to speak to them right says so many things in this book that ought to do with my knowledge of what it means to be a black woman in this society in so many different ways to so many different characters so for them to come to me and say they feel scene in the book I mean how about you so even the cover so when the cover was revealed I just got loads of people been I I've never seen occurred just a black woman's heads that has on the cover of something before and the response I have had so many people say to me now I feel confident about my hand I don't have to get it chemically straightened and I have to do anything to hide it and I've had so fun I can just hop ahead of them just from the cover line that was like an amazing response I mean I'm so overwhelmed with that dams and messages and emails from girls who ally I went through this because iniquity covers a lot of heavy stuff and I think because it's just like this one first person narrative this one go a year in the life is in her head which is a mass that she tries to tango I think some men women alike thought and I wouldn't have been able to write that had I not been a young woman whose heads was instead often is a squiggly mess Candice Cody Williams and vanity never restated fed latest nobles Queenie and kill woman of the house now do you feel that publishing is diverse still getting more diverse I mean I know this is a Dave you know for the deal is but presumably you've dip your toe in the water and have a sense of the industry I think it's definitely definitely getting more diverse and I'm really happy really glad about that even for me you know to be able to be published in in the US and the UK was partly because I'm just very lucky to be part of this wave of introducing more world authors and other voices into the publishing industry in both of these places yeah but it has to be a good book and miscellaneous I'm backing it away when you we heard them talking about the experience of getting out there and being seen as a new Orpha on the scene easy it's quite a pressure to be going around doing shows like this going to you probably good to do book signings and festivals around the world how do you feel about that do you like pushing yourself I do like pushing myself but it is also very very stressful sometimes yeah especially since I'm working on the second book right now and it's hard to wrap my head around two books at the same having a you constantly looking at books that can be optioned as a film producer I should probably do more of that but yes and I think sort of coming back to what we were saying about service you deserve to Hans of being excluded from an industry does does not seem to make something in the first place but it is also making something and it not getting out there in the way that it should and I think ransacking the palm coast to discover hidden gems that may be well made by you know women people of color in the past and then didn't get out there in the way they should is something that we can do that's really important you doing that doing a little bit of that there's a woman called silly a fireman who write a bunch of books I think a completely brilliant I think she said she was writing most posts washes born about nineteen fourteen and that these kind of female focus British thriller as sort of Patricia Highsmith ishe you could imagine it's called making them at the time if you'd known about how what you probably didn't and I think somebody needs to make some some some of those novels but bad luck everyone this conference option ing it finally on today's outside of the Oscar winning bush's time at Texas AM and at last week please fill nineteen.

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"jenny slate" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"jenny slate" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A matter of seconds in controlled explosions it's a rare example of the authorities getting tough on builders who break environmental rules BBC knees can we make great song sounds of our fees and things niceties can we create new stories from the depths of grief and loss today four cities from full very different parts of the world will share their stories of how they created me won't you music and you write sick from some of the darkest and most challenging moments I'm too today Haley and this is the program to explore the world we live in through the work and the voices of Aussies welcome to the culture from nine coming up the writer and comedian Jenny slate on how to sped divorce on the presidency of Donald Trump inspired honey wheat and wonderful collection of essays I have never gone on stage with out very very bad stage fright it feels like these people might be angry with me it feels like I might not be able to control myself it's really really hard for me on the action musician Davey Jones David tells us why he had to stand up speak house in C. against drug addiction in Nigeria all those stories and more on this week's cultural from a stand up comedian with a fear of performance.

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Need To Find Me? Ask My Ham Man.

Modern Love

04:43 min | 2 years ago

Need To Find Me? Ask My Ham Man.

"WHO's the person you turn to for love advice? Who knows how you're doing notices when something's wrong is it your mom your best friend or how about the man who sells you charcuterie? On Catherine downs essay is called need to find me. Ask My ham. I am man is read by Jenny. Sleet Jenny has a special on. Netflix called stagefright. She's also out with a new book. Called Little Weird's the man who sells Meeham is the first person who would notice if I were dead. Experienced supports this claim when my grandmother died unexpectedly three three years ago. I left Paris for the funeral without warning any of my local shopkeepers. This lead Misha Kutaragi salesman to believe that I myself was dead. Ed Alarmed by my continued absence and aware of my daily dining route. He hurried across the street to my wine guy to see if he had any news of me. I'm the human equivalent of a stray dog who wanders from shop to shop in search of whoever will give me a snack. My one guy hadn't seen me days either are so he called my friend who explained about the family emergency. When I finally returned from Boston there was no need to explain where I had been? The whole neighborhood had been alerted and they turned out with hooks condolences even chocolates. The Ham shop is barely larger than a coffin and stacked Florida Florida ceiling with pig. Parts I come for the snowballs baseball's of sausage stuffed with black truffles and coated in Parmesan cheese. I Day for the company. The Ham man is the biggest ham of all. He knows about every day I have. He even gave my phone number to a stranger where he thought I would like. I didn't. Ours is not exactly the normal relationship between a shopkeeper and patron but then again not one of of my food based friendships is what you'd call normal I snapchat with my cheese. Monger my Barista. Lets me sneak in last night's open bottle of champagne campaign to wash down my morning. DONUT my chocolate tears. Daughter studying in New York has my sister's number in case of emergencies I have have cried into my wind guys sweater more times than I can count most recently when he moved away and I felt as if someone had cut off my limb. Where would I drink and we now at home like a normal person? My cousin was shocked last fall when we walked into my other wine shop and my wine cellar patty who is also an astrologer and Tarot reader said that she had been debating whether to call me about something she she had seen in my astrology. Chart your wine cellar. Has Your phone number may cousin asked of course she has my number. I thought how would I be able to confidently make terrible terrible life choices if my wine selling astrologer couldn't reach me. How have I made all of these food friends in Paris I- compulsively seek Out people who are trapped behind counters and forced to listen to my tales of woe. I show up at the same places and over share to people who are paid to be pleasant pleasant to me until they develop a form of Stockholm Syndrome. That makes us friends. It was startling to realize that my ham purveyor is a more consistent didn't presence in my life than any friend family member or romantic interest. Sometimes I think I need to make some lifestyle changes so that the first person who would realize that I was missing or dead is not the man supporting my hand habit other days when we've had a good gossip and stuffed full of Charcuterie and he is giving me a pocket sausage for the road. I think I'm doing it right after all I used to be able to count on my my mother to be the one to track me down in the event of my untimely murder. Lord knows she has imagined plenty of room for me. I can't tell you. The number of times is that public safety officers showed up on my doorstep in college because I hadn't returned her call swiftly enough now she doesn't know how to call my phone number in France she struggles to put on her seatbelt her brain and body and seatbelt. Just don't click in the right way anymore. Two months after Dr moved to France. She learned she had Parkinson's disease a degenerative brain disorder. My parents told us on mother's Day by us. I mean gene. They told my two sisters in person and then as a family called me on skype

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"jenny slate" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"jenny slate" Discussed on KQED Radio

"World affairs my twenty fifteen Africa will have up to a quarter of the world's work force next on world affairs were joined by Alex finds of Chatham house Amaker anchor from Eurasia group an entrepreneur Jonathan like aren't to talk about a new wave of investment tune in Monday night at eight PM right here on KQED did president trump abuse his power when he asked for an investigation into a political rival join NPR for continuing special coverage of the public hearings house impeachment inquiry from NPR news join us tomorrow morning we'll start it at six o'clock the time now it's five fifty this is All Things Considered from NPR news I'm ari Shapiro and I'm Audie Cornish typically when I ask a comedian about how they figured out they were funny it ends in a story about making someone laugh but actress and writer Jenny slate said it was her father who helped his fidgety frustrated daughter understand how she fit in the world Jenny slate told me that story earlier this month before a live audience here in Washington DC as much as I did not I was not a class clown they couldn't pay attention in school I think that I thought for a while like I wasn't smart because I couldn't listen traditionally and and people were mad at me for it and my dad brought in these tapes of Gilda Radner and is sort of like no no no you're just you're like you're like this which is a first of all the great on it did feel that way to me when that tape first when and where you are with that recognition or oh my god that why did you say that no it was it was a huge honor and.

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"jenny slate" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"jenny slate" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"So they went and they got patent Oswald to do his voice, and it's a sequel to the movie where the these dogs that live together. They now they're owner got married and had the kid and so they're dealing with the kid, and then they end up going to the farm to not. I mean, not going to the farm, the way animals, go to the farm. They'll go visit the farm. To clarify. Yes. Like a farm dog played by Harrison Ford, and he's actually pretty funny in the movie, and they kind of have to learn sort of how to be. I guess, B B, B B worked on. And then you got snowball the rabbit, played by Kevin Hart, and he is trying to save a tiger from the circuit. So what this ends up happening when you have these animated movies that have multiple like in ton of characters in the first movie that work really well together. Then they say, oh, this made hundreds of millions of dollars we'd better do sequel. But guess what we have all these characters back and there really isn't enough story for that many characters. So it's, it's really kinda disjointed among these three different stories that kind of go different places. Still cute. I mean, it's a it's an easy sell for kids and families because their dogs and cats and their doorbell and it's kind of fun to watch, but it's not it's not it's fresh. It's not as much snap is the first film hat. There you go. And I know there's some good people. And I mean, really it's Dana Carvey in it Jenny slate who's amazing. I like her to Hannibal boroughs, of course, was the guy in front of all the Bill, Cosby stuff is great. Stand up news. Pretty decent actor to, I don't know about the voice stuff. But I mean they pay me to do. Act like a dog, you know, whatever. Sign me up. Yes. Act like a dog that the whole nother like website. You gotta go to. Yeah. I probably should've. Yeah, you're right. You're right. There's money to heal I suppose, everything's yeah. Yeah. If you can get your money, you gotta get paid to get your pay. That's exactly. That's all we ever want. We want to get paid. All right. So there's anything else we're talking about before we let you go, because I know you gotta get up bright and early. Yeah. There there, those are the two big movies out this week. I just started watching. I'm trying to burn through the the new season a black mirror. That's dropping on Netflix. This week. So you're big fan of that. You got the only three episodes. Those crazy Brits. They like oh, we have all season how many shows is it three. But they'll come with the new season. Probably in one six months. That's a long way to go. They'd better be. Damn good stories, right? It's good. The front watch the first two they're, they're pretty good. The second one's, really good. But then there's the third one has Molly Miley Cyrus in it. I'm a little skeptical about this one, a lot of people are a little skeptical, but. All right. There you go. He's Kevin car. I am sterling. And he's one of the fact guys, the movies dot com. There is chubby and stick to it's out there. But that's all we can say about it right now because nothing else has been confirmed, even though there was something new today, specifically about that you'd have to search that's all we can say. I don't wanna get in trouble. Am I said too much? Google. There is. And then soon the iheartradio app to all right? Kevin. We'll talk to you soon. Thanks for making time. Go sleep. You gotta be up at the crack acid on. I will pardon the expression. I'll talk to you soon. Quick break comeback. More sterling straightaway, seven hundred wwl.

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"jenny slate" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"jenny slate" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Do you know who Jenny slate is yet? She's a comedian. She dated Chris Evans for a while actually she might still be. I think they might have gotten back together. Anyway, she's from the Kroll show and also parks and rec, a really cute sweet the comedian, and she surprised alone graduating student. There's a girl who's in eighth grade. And she's the only student graduating from Cutty hunk elementary, it's a one room school, located on an island outside of Massachusetts, that as a population of about a dozen people. This is a was an article about this girl in the Cape Cod times, Jenny slate saw this decided that she was going to give her a commencement speech. She's going to be doing this speech to her on June seventeenth. She's she spent time with win already this girl. Gwen lynch. Glenn Lynch's still surprised that this, this woman wants to speak to her. She I didn't realize who she was. And then realized that she was from parks and rec and got really excited. She said at first, I was a little confused. Probably goes from the secret life of pets Topi voices in those. Oh, yeah. I forgot about that. Yeah. So she said at first, I was a little confused, but then I realized who she was. And I, I couldn't put a name to face, I and I looked up and I was like, oh my God. This ladies actually coming to talk to me. I was kind of blown away just sort of keep sweet story there. So. Yeah. Eighth grade. Okay. Yeah. Eighteen. That kind of thing can make a difference in your life. It's so cute and adorable. And you can only get there by plane. So she's taking a little puddle jumper plane going over on June seventeenth. There's gonna be a podium. Oh, god. Aware. It's hilarious happen. Gown. Okay. This is my favorite story of the day, it actually comes from the MLB network. They dug up a clip from nineteen ninety eight of twenty two year old Alex Rodriguez. And he was asked who his dream date would be, would you like to hear it? Yes..

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"jenny slate" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"jenny slate" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"F M B. Tell us about Kevin. Good morning. Michael via this is obviously, the second secret life of pets. The first one came out in two thousand sixteen was a huge hit. It was a massive hit kind of one of those movies that surprised everybody with how well it did. And it was a cute little story about these two dogs trying to get along and then getting lost, and having to find their way back in Manhattan. This is the sequel that your course we're gonna make when you have a movie, make eight hundred million dollars and it feels exactly like that on one hand. It has some cute stuff in there. You've got the the two dogs back there, there. They now have to deal with the fact that their owners are having to kid, and they have to deal with bringing the kid into their life. So you've got about three or four storylines circling around. You've got the two dogs off on the farm. Now in, you've got snowball, the rabbit voiced by Kevin Hart. Trying to save tiger from the zoo and you've got gidget played by Jenny slate who's trying to get a chew toy back and. And so it's very sort of scattered in terms of the story. It's, it's not well cohesive. And it really is trying to juggle so much that it feels very forced and awkward at times. But of course, I mean, if you got kids, and they just wanna see cute dogs and cats and rabbits, and Tigers doing stuff, it, it certainly does work that. All right. So based on what you've been saying, I'm not sure should we write this with dog biscuits or pooper scoopers? Oh, gosh. Let's be nice about this and just do dog biscuits. I'm gonna give it to and a half dog biscuits out of five,.

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"jenny slate" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"jenny slate" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Very nice to see you. All right. Dot com. It's show bender. Power outages. LAX grounded dozens of flights. The outage was first reported shortly after six this evening, terminals one seven eight are still affected educators in Canada, wanna ditch dodgeball. They called the game. A tool of Prussian, dodgeball, is not helpful to the development of kind and gentle children who will become decent citizens of liberal democracy. An eighth grader in Massachusetts is said to have a very special graduation ceremony. That's because Gwen Lynch is the only student graduating she lives on. Yeah. Yeah. She lives on an island has a year round population of about a dozen people, actress and comedian Jenny slate native of Massachusetts will give the commencement address to just Gwen. Seven ten next boy. Let's talk about cutting dental. They are one of the pioneers, in the of the full-service dental practice or fifty years with dozens of Dennis and specialists. They can take care of all your dental needs. Cleanings bridge crown dentures 'cause medic dentistry, the whole full mouth, re construction, the whole deal sleep dentistry is one of the things that they pioneer. That's pretty cool right now. I don't know any anybody else that's can say them in for a free lunch seminar. In Irvine we call bellio country down there. Saturday, June eight that's Blue Cross Blue shield believes everyone should have access to healthcare. That's.

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"jenny slate" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

10:01 min | 3 years ago

"jenny slate" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Than that of Democrats said they would vote for her for president that was higher than that. It was like six seventy something. Well, I don't know if you've heard about this. I've been watching this. I haven't seen it. But I've been watching this movie make the rounds of the film festivals. I'm sort of a film festival kinda guy ever since we had our film and film festival. I just think fun now, of course, Sundance is is. Well, most of them are really liberal was amazing. That is actually played me where next they won a couple of film festivals. We will one three. But this is this is this is going to be taking the world by storm and it's called leaving Neverland. And it documents that Michael Jackson was Jimoh. Well, that's my short for child molester. Michael Jackson was a they say, no doubt achie-. Oh. This is a review from national review. It's been appearance since the nineteen nineties. The Michael Jackson was a child molester. A great entertainer. Yes. But almost certainly a serial abuser of little boys. That is attorneys managed to cast doubt on witnesses and a notorious two thousand five criminal trial doesn't inspire much confidence. As was the case with Bill. Cosby the pattern of grotesque allegations has become impossible to ignore. Wade Robson thirty six and James safe Chuck as his name. Age forty have previously stated under oath that they weren't victimized by Jackson when they were children. They're now saying their previous testimony was untrue. And that it was resulted from direct pressure from Jackson himself who told them. That he and they would be jailed if he should be convicted of sexual abuse. Robson says now in a four hour documentary leaving Neverland which just premiered at the Sundance film festival ahead of being broadcast on HBO. This year says I want to speak the truth as loud, as I spoke the lie in the film. He and save Chuck tell their stories and gruesome, indeed sickening detail. A statement from the Jackson estate dismissed the allegations as uncorroborated tabloid character assassination. I haven't seen leaving Neverland Neverland says is writer, but those who have report that the film paints a damning picture safe Chuck was a child actor who says he met Jackson age ten while filming a Pepsi commercial. Visit the one we're Jackson said his hair on fire. Wasn't you? Remember that? Startling me starting when he was eleven he says, they engaged in sex acts many times of Jackson's Neverland compound in a castle in an attic in a pool and a train station. Save Chuck says the pop singer used to hold drills in which he would train the boy and putting his clothes on quickly. In case any witnesses should appear. Jackson also told him that if anyone ever found out that we were doing these sexual things we would go to jail for the rest of our lives. I was terrified he says when was fourteen he says Jackson staged a mock wedding with them complete with thousand a diamond encrusted wedding ring. And then it goes on and tells his background and all the rest of it. But it is not not pretty pretty. Of course, we all suspected this. And this is why tell folks here when several these folks came forward, and then Michael Jackson settled out of court paid the families and all the rest of it. And they said well that doesn't mean anything just wanted to sell the hill. It does if you're accused of being Cheam. Oh, and you pay somebody off to go away. You're probably Cheam. Oh, because I can tell you somebody cues as me of this. I I'll spend every last dime. I got making sure that exonerate myself. Well, there you have it. So it's coming out later on HBO and probably going to be a big hit. Now. We have the acting AG. That would be one Matt Whitaker. Is saying that the Muller investigation is close to being completed. We don't know how close, but he says his clothes. He told reporters that he has been fully briefed on the investigation. I look forward to director Muller delivering the final report. He says the story is breaking will be updated by CNN. So that's all we know. We don't know. Whether that means I mean when he says that it is close to being complete. We don't know that that means today in February and March, but it's going to be some time pretty soon. I would think within the next month. One would guess so we shall see. A six one five seven three seven nine nine eight six Perry. You're up next Perry was up. Yes. I have just a little I've been a big Trump supporter. You know, when I when he first came in where you talked to Smith guy sounds like me saying that stupid decisions that people make but with the border. Here's my thing when Obama came out, and they had the dreamers and all the things that you know, they talked about the Democrats were in charge of first two years of his presidency. Did nothing about it. He just didn't executive order. You know, Trump comes down announces his presidency in the first thing, he talks about the wall. You know for the first two years. They didn't do anything about it. And that's what I think struggle with is. Why didn't we make? It was such an emergency and a priority. Why didn't we do it? Did it just seems like sometimes they use this issue really purchase everybody in their different camps. And we hadn't got nothing done. Really since Reagan signed the deal. Well, I would tell you you make a great point. And we've taught this what am I doing in the first two years, and the Democrats can certainly if I were them I made that point ago. Okay. He's saying this is an emergency. Did it just become an emergency? Because he came down the escalator and told her it was emergency. Then why didn't you do something about in two years when he had the Republicans in charge? That's the way you blunt that and it is a legitimate comeback. Why didn't you do it? When he had the folks in charge that connect the raw actually on his side. Well, the answer is they weren't on his side because too many Republicans who are rhinos and they'd especially Paul rhino. And there too many people who wanted amnesty for illegal aliens, and they don't wanna wall 'cause they want the cheap labor. Coming in. It's just I writing because I think we believe in. But it's just it when you see it on both sides. It just seems like I've had to listen to this now for twenty years, and it just nothing really ever gets done. And I believe he wants to get it done. It's just one of those questions of why didn't we get it? You know, what you know? Why didn't we get it done before? And I guess that makes sense. And maybe he didn't wanna out some of those Republicans are, you know, wrote to play politics, I guess a little way and that was the problem. And look he's something else too. Don't you? Remember the first part of his presidency. They were holding the military hostage with the sequester, and he wanted to get the sequester is off you remember all that from the Obama administration, by the way that was. That was John bainer who actually called Obama's bluff, you remember that that was one of the few times that they shut the government down and bainer did this and then they reopened it. What are they trying to remember how will this happen? But basically what it was was if they didn't they set it up. So that there would be across the board cuts and we say cuts, and I don't know whether they were actually mine is standing is there there were actual cuts to the military and some other things. But I mean, it's hard to tell in Washington what's a cut, and what's not because they call in a limited growth cuts. But the long story short is they got Obama on board with if we don't come to an agreement that there will be these automatic cuts and the military was one of them. Well, Obama didn't think that they would do it. And that was one of the few times that I recall, the John bainer, actually gruesome. And the sequester cuts went into effect will it cut supposedly across the board. But it also cut the military, and so Trump wanted to reinstate the military funding because he thought that it was hurting our ability to be deterrent to all sorts of aggression around the world. And so he spent the first part of his presidency trying to get those cuts reinstated the money reinstated for those cards, and you remember he did this. And I don't remember when this was this last spring. I believe it was when they finally got a budget, and it had all sorts of pork and everything else in it. But it got rid of the sequester stuff. You remember Donald Trump saying, I hate this thing. I don't want to sign it, and I will never sign anything like this again. But we gotta have the military fully funded. So I guess if you ask him in his strategist they were waiting for that. So we went from that to the negotiations over the summer and everything else have trying to get the wall. And then November happen. And once November happened, then it became critical as far as Trump was concerned to get Paul rhino on his way out for the Republicans to vote and fundable and they did. Ghana how it works. We're going to have sixty votes in won't change our rule called they may change Asam that mealy mouth Mitch stuff. And so that's where we are. But you're right. And I've asked this one hundred times why didn't we do this in the two years when he had Republicans and charges a house in the Senate and the short answer is because not enough. It didn't have enough Republicans at actually were real conservatives. We'll be back. We'll take some phone calls. Six one five seven three seven nine nine eight six back after.

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"jenny slate" Discussed on Friendshipping!

Friendshipping!

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"jenny slate" Discussed on Friendshipping!

"Serious. Personal conversations with her. Then don't don't do. It. Don't do it. Then don't have to make small talk or make one not across the room in evacuate. Yeah. I it seems like you are a very empathetic person. And you're a deeply emotionally feeling person, which is a wonderful thing. But what that can sometimes cause are these vicarious feelings like here's a good example when Jenny slate and Chris Evans broke up. I could not look a captain America for a month. You know, now, I'm like, you know, what I just want the best for them. Just hope they're happy. They were they might secretly back together. 'cause like once posted a hilarious video of his dog whose name dodger who's very cute in like his dog was like hauling along with one of his toys, and you could hear laughter in the background that sounded a lot like Jenny slate. Honestly, I hope they're secretly wed. Listen, okay. Before you're really excited about the Evan slate experience. But I'm trying to say is so I had I had it in my head like Chris Evans such a nice, dude and Jenny slate is so funny and cool. And they're still cute together. But I don't know either of them, you know, I don't know anything about their break-up. This is not like emotionally relevant for me whatsoever. So I just like I watched winter soldier, and I was like fucking move on in. I'm sorry to ask. Because it sounds like we're really poking fun at you. But I I wanna say once again, Janet, I have both had these feelings before we are trying to have you make fewer mistakes than we have made. That's like the thesis of our hold whole fucking show one hundred percent. But yeah, it's overdone move on everyone. Think of this like a business transaction they signed a contract to be one to one another. And now they spoke with their lawyers, and they're breaking the contract, and in what does that have to do with you pretty much nothing Jack shit. So Jen, let's try and wrap this up. So I try not to vilify this woman because you absolutely have less than half of the story to she's an industry from keeper is an industry friend, like don't make things harder on you than you need to in three like men. So we get real it's let's get real. Here's we're going to. We're going to be hard on you. We're going to be more hard on you anymore hard on you. But I want in before we do this. I wanna say like this may very well, not apply to you at all. But we need to say this out loud because you are a man, and you're vilifying a woman that you don't know very well. So so again, like don't get mad just listened to it. And if it doesn't apply to you say to yourself. Oh, well, I'm not that kind of guy and I'm super glad I'm not gen spiritus. Okay. I really hope that you disengage with people who actually cause harm like abusers toxic men in your friend group, racists, racist, people who are xenophobic because those people absolutely exist in your friend group, especially if you have a wide social circle, so hold yourself.

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"jenny slate" Discussed on The Valleycast

The Valleycast

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"jenny slate" Discussed on The Valleycast

"I'm I'm going with Cecily strong. She's scheduled ten. I have no dead. So you can have her. He can have her. How many do we have one two three four five nine? We'll do ten. Screw it. We're doing ten picks last hot. Hell what do you got? Steve. Or lease. Okay. I am going to do it. Because no one's done it. Phil hartmann. Yeah. I was gonna get so much that he lasted this line. I I was going to do it multiple times before. But I was just too scared. He was taken so Phil Hartmann at one four. Steve, I'm taking wait. We all get one more. Or there's our last. I have two more. Okay. So then I'm taking Roberts, Michael. Oh, good writer getting Samantha rate writer. We got get get this politics in. They're gonna have those that good political satire. That's actually funny. Okay. If I could just go to eleven I'd have the personal. One last one, oh a tenth one last one. And then we're done, and then we'll recap and talk about why my cast is superior. We'll talk about promptly why you're wrong because he stole all the ones. I wanted to take. Yeah. I'm just recreating my childhood SNL is literally what I think I'm doing. I'm doing it with childhood. I'm doing it to a dash of like other. This dash of other. Other. Can I get Jerry? Living color. I would like to marry him in living color. I honestly wish Michael Richards was in here. Yeah. I thought he was he was on laugh in or something which one. Chris ride as was it Fridays. Right. Great. Yeah. Pick curse. All right. I'm gonna take a little I think I need a little bit more support. And I'm gonna go home, and I don't like how hitman oh. I watch SNL in the ninety s I'm just taking whoever. Now, this is I watched Ellen. I four men I'm gonna attack. I'm gonna take Jason today. Kaz. That was my eleventh. What Jason great presents good supporter. But also good characters and it was a writer. I am NFL. My last lady, Brian. I think she's hilarious. And I'll ever I have. That's what I'm saying. Is I literally have nothing, but silly women that have just completely influenced my entire life. But again, you took Farley in polar. And that I don't think I could ever sleep last. Everybody else that is not picked after this pick gets murdered in real life. I could actually. I have. So I have it's really a toss up right now for me. You gotta do it. Steve. Oh, I know Steve there is one. Do you want me just to give you because I've already done? I mean, you can you can suggest it ain't got Billy crystal is still I thought about I know, I know it's a different time Jenny slate still guests Jenny Jenny slate. slate. Yes, Christopher Jenny slate was cut way too short. She's frigging brilliant. You. So what she goes my? A Cutie is she wasn't the only one. Yeah. She wasn't the only one that like other people Jim Breuer still on there. He had the other brewers. Great Colin Quinn for the update desk. You know, what I'm going to take free show sands? Honestly, couldn't tell you who it's between..

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"jenny slate" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

05:04 min | 3 years ago

"jenny slate" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"Her boyfriend happens to be a doctor is there is something wrong with you that does not look normal, blah, blah, blah. Of course, dude how many fucking do you need. He rips a lobster off a platen bites. Fucking shell. I I do like that. The doctor boyfriend isn't a stereotypical douchebag the nice guy. He took the Hippocratic oath, and he takes it serious. Exactly. It's this dude is like this disease. I've never seen before he's helping me. But he's also not like, oh, this is my girlfriend's ex-fiancee. I'm going to be not caring about this guy. He's like, let's get you to the hospital and see what's going good guy that he's doing this. While Eddie Brock is getting it wet in front of them. What I mean by that is he's putting himself inside the lobster. Do you take one look at that lobster tank, and I'm like, please don't get inside that lobster tank. I took one he's getting in. Played for jokes today. He's complaining as the symbionese like, oh, the cook lobster that he bites. He's like, oh, this is dead. It's dead. I need something that's alive any bites into this live lobster, which is fine. Sure. What a hilarious gag. But he sitting on a bunch of lobsters. Do what is the? But Sheikh to claw Scituate. We'll actually usually taped up in the in the all that's true in tank. We're taping them up. I believe a rubber band. You're right. That's a bummer. Do you see some fucking nut nips, they'll be pretty cool. That would be pretty uninjured dislike idea to close this movie. Eddie Brock's nuts like hanging down in his slacks. We suddenly see like this lobster comfort is what it's doing a little boxing thing on his nuts. Pinching like, we get a little blood. Maybe some goop comes this movie. Steve ODA, Kirk lobster claw on his no alley. Look at it. The camera would hit him like face on his is across all fucking silence of the hams posted ever happened to that guy. Steve Odenkirk, Mr. thumb wars himself sitting on something somewhere. Thumb probably. Probably still going. You know, haven't you seen? If street could tal-. Greenville them, man. What is so mad about? I man. Yeah. Beautiful thumb, right? Thumb win. So more. Anyway, you're never really thumb. Vice them that one doesn't really work then it's just the house that built. Oh, thumbs serial killer. Totally. Also, I mean, you've got to be really confident if your girlfriend's ex is Tom hardy who still in the picture, and he looks like Tom hardy. You know what I mean? And you're still a really cool guy about it film reformed. Oh, yeah. That's it. That's the winter. Best picture. Do the thumb and he's covering his little thumb self and barbed wire concerned about global warming that should be concerned about global warming. It's getting closer hard out there for thumbs drinking drain with the nice cube. In any event. He gets a what do you call it there? And he we start to see some venom face like, I'm like, all right? It's been forty five minutes. Maybe we'll do that. And. He whatever in this frequency right the machine. So he he runs out freaks out at this point. He goes back to apartment is freaking out. Even more resign medicine. Oh, I know that any Brock is doing and he's like doing internal Vesta Gatien about dismissing symbiotic his big. He's just very worried about it. And he kills Jenny slate, which is sort of okay bye, Jenny slate. And this is bullshit kill absolutely, dude. It's fucking off Cam. And I don't appreciate it. Because how the fuck I mean, it's just a cartoon third is running all over this movie. What about this getting a little more violent would make this an r rating? Let's do a little dance. Exactly, let her get you. Yeah. Suspicious. Gets inter I. A little bit of that. Because the move it like Rizza Ed is like, hey, MS skirt if that is your real name. Very stupid. Yes. Listen people named skirt. They're going to be writing. And they know what's up, dude. They experience that childhood bullying to school yard, right? But I'm just saying your name matters, and it's legitimate. Here's the thing g is like it is a bummer that you were fucking traitor to this company the life project or whatever the life awards. What is found day you're going to make a replacement to the subways which is to be a man..

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Review: Big Mouth Season Two Released On Netflix

Colleen and Bradley

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

Review: Big Mouth Season Two Released On Netflix

"Hormone monster Ford, the guys in the female one for the ladies and Maya Rudolph stars as the female hormone monster. And Nick Kroll actually does the male hormone monster. It's I can't recommend it enough Jenny slate John Mullany, they also do voices for Armenian. So if you want to relive some of the most awkward moments in your life than I recommend going over to big mouth season to burn you'll probably want to be of a certain age because if you're too close to it it might still bring back memories. Okay. So that's big mouth on the flicks. There's two seasons. How like how long are the shows

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Rita Owens, Queen Latifah's mother, is dead

Lori and Julia

02:24 min | 4 years ago

Rita Owens, Queen Latifah's mother, is dead

"Great beyond fans will always hold a special place for captain kirk caption read and of course william shatner was incensed lashed facebook necessarily mean that he has died it just means that they will always like his character captain kirk i was not happy about william shatner is upset that he just didn't facebook general like the whole country as we're like we don't know what to do with our counts if you look at any website i'm looking at you daily mail there's these articles at least the bottom of these websites well that's all we reported on a netflix cello dying find your niche furniture day learned about that yes i know lesson learned that new year queen latifah saying goodbye to the person she loved most her mother rita owens passed away yesterday after struggling with a heart condition and her mom was sixty nine that is with a heavy heart that a chevy news that my mother passed away today oh she was gentle but strong sweet sassy wurley but pragmatic a woman a great faith and certainly the love of my life you really that is really see you whenever undulate livers langas daddy's mom i know amazing that is very good we talk about some of the touch on some of the things we did way back at the beginning of the show the audience changes a little bit chris evans and jenny slate you've been following that pingpong game together and then they worked together and they were they were together well now they're not together anymore so efficiently done sad on done and done well chris evans he's done with captain america after this avengers movie comes out in april when are we getting to the dirt that came out of erica jeans but pretty mass that she spends forty thousand a month on hair makeup enclo do i incredible or what forty well okay does she break it down does she say what it is i mean close yes he did get me copy she just said it yet because she implies a glam squad clams for erica jane she's still performing.

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