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Hey, guys, Willie Geist here with another episode of the Sunday, sit down podcast. Thank you so much as always clicking and joining us again this week. My guest is Oscar winning actress Natalie Portman got together to talk about her latest film called vox locks. It is a amazing super creative totally different film where she plays a survivor of a school shooting who becomes a pop star. After the tribute song. She makes for her fellow students becomes a viral hit. She goes on to become like a lady Gaga level superstar and all that comes with that fame including downfall. It's a wild story. She's really really good in it. And we'll let her explain the backdrop to it in the context for the movie. We also talk about how she got into show business. She's only thirty seven years old, but she's been doing this for twenty five years. She got discovered as a young girl in a pizza parlor near her home in Long Island. She was born in Jerusalem in Israel. Move of their family when she was a little girl to the United States and really grew up out on Long Island in New York. She also talks about keeping some sense of normalcy. Because her parents were all about school, she surrounded herself with parents and friends and tried not to have a show biz life. She got the job on Star Wars Phantom Menace when she was a teenager. She was in high school, and then you'll remember she kind of dropped out a little bit and went to Harvard not dropped out of school, but dropped out of Hollywood a little bit and went to school at Harvard. We talk about how she stayed normal there. What was it like to be a movie star on the campus of Harvard? Also, get into black swan the role for which she won the best actress Oscar and a couple of years ago, she was nominated again for Jackie where she played former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy a lot to talk about with Natalie Portman just to set the scene for you were sitting in a restaurant called vandal down on the Bowery in New York City. She ordered the t I had some tea because once again, I promises the last time my voice is a little raspy. But i'm. Back. Now, I'm better. So enjoy the great conversation with Natalie Portman on the Sunday, sit down podcast. Thank you Natalie for doing this. Appreciate it once again for bearing with me a little bit more now raspy nece. It's it's fairly. Okay. Good. I told you. I just finished watching this film. And man it hits you hit you on so many different levels. And there's so much in there about the culture about the country about the last twenty years of the country. When you first read this script, what did you make of it because there is so much there? Well, I think the first thing that struck me was just this character, which was so unlike anything I'd ever had the opportunity to play an with so well written, but with such a specific person that I feel like I know, you know, that that felt like a real person and that was shifting all the time. Like, she just is different every scenario. She can be really aggressive and very vulnerable. She can be very artificial. And VERA, thank dick and cruel, and then have a kinds moment. Like, it's always just shifting a real real person in different scenarios, and it was really exciting. And then of course, like, you're saying it has this real reflection of this moment that we live in seem so particular and hard to reflect without saying anything directly about like current events or anything. But really just has this atmosphere of the pop culture and the violence, and this kind of as Brady, our director calls the pageantry of evil, you know, the spectacle of, you know, bad badness. So what do you think the movie says about all those things because you get the moment of Columbine effectively with school shooting? We hear about nine eleven there's a terror attack that is inspired in some way by pop culture by your character and her band, what do you what is the movie want to say about the time? We live in now in the times we've lived in the last quarter century. I don't think there's a message. That for for for for the film. It's it's very much a conversation inspires a lot of ideas and coversation. So I think the audience brings a lot of it. But I do think it makes us question. What is the what is the effect of pop culture and violent events being reported this way, for example that you can look at your apple news. And it'll tell you about a celebrity break-up right next to, you know, a story of a mass shooting like what what is the effect of that when those are being put out in the same level. And also, what is the power of our attention when we give attention to something. Do we we give it great power. Because it it means it's important. And then does that perpetrate more like mimicry of that kind of behavior because you know, in this climate the to get tension. You have to be extreme. And whether you're extremely. Obnoxious in an interview as a as a as a rockstar, whatever. Or if you're extr- extremely, you know, violent. That's what gets attention now. So how does that all relate? And what is this climate that we're living in we're all of its mixed up for pop culture, and and violence, and and then what is it mean? Like, what is does it devalues every piece of information? I mean, one of the most powerful things that my character says in the movie is someone threatens to reveal something about the who cares care. And it's true. It's like what matters anymore, literally the worst things can happen. And it'll be big news for five minutes and the next day. It's completely gone. That's terrible commentary. But unfortunately, it's right. The new cycles, our our not even dated should Certes. Yeah. We'll see. It's interesting to hear you say you related to the character somewhat. When you read the scrip, would you see? Seles that you could dial into I didn't relate in terms of feeling like I was like her. I don't I feel like that was one of the opportunities to play things that I would never do your life. You know, that's the fun of being an actor. But you know, I definitely relate to this idea of performance. And what does it mean, what is self that you put out in the world? What is the self that you keep private how do they influence each other? What is the what is the person that other people want you to be in or trying to craft you into, you know, the kind of like artifice of an interview of like what the interviewers trying to to shape you as you're trying to get across and ever. It's just a completely kind of artificial play for this interview. This one is just totally and real. But, but that's that's an interesting thing. And I think everyone has the to certain extent, you know? How do you present yourself on Instagram versus what your life is really like or you know, what how do you act at a dinner party versus how you are at home alone or in a job interview, or whatever we're always kind of playing roles were always putting on faces. And there's all these different sides of ourselves that we show to different people into ourselves and not just kind of gets like more extreme when you're a public figure. One of many incredible scenes is the last one I mean, the last twenty minutes or so we're just put on a concert, and it's using an it's you dancing, and I guess your husband choreographed groups was that a scary prospect to say, this is going to be my voice and my dancing. There's no overdubbed. There's no stunt double. This is all me out there. Yeah. It's it's definitely scary, especially when you want to just be believable to as as a pop star. But I was lucky. I mean, there's a lot of production that goes into. Pop music. So it's my voice, but like with some. Not a lot of auto tune. And and you know with the dancing. Luckily, my husband's really wonderful also knows my strengths and weaknesses. So it was kind of able to choreograph around that. And and and it was really fun. It was like mainly really fun because it is, you know, that's kind of those there's another line that the character says when she's younger she's like, I don't want people to have to think too much just want them to have fun about her music, and you kind of get that relief at the end of the movie, it's like, there's a lot of ideas. And a lot of interesting things to go debate with your friends, or, you know, think about yourself after the movie, but then the last fifteen minutes, you can kind of just like turn off and listen to awesome. It's to show they wanted to show a give them a show. What are the comparisons? Before. I saw the movie the sort of seems to be the cheap easy one is it's like a star is born. But not really stars that I watch it. It's not anything like a star is born she served the antithesis of that, actually. And I think it makes a statement. Correct me if I'm wrong about a culture, obviously, she had unique circumstance, but a culture that values certain things and helluva certain people and puts value on image and all the rest of it. Could you find any of that from your own life? I mean, obviously, you're being movie stars different than being a rock star. And you don't you don't put yourself out there on social media and all those things, but did you feel any of that relationship to that? I think that there's definitely there's definitely a certain way that young girls in particular are sort of packaged in the in the public eye. You know, where there's this combination of like innocence. And and you know, sexiness that they're putting together and putting out which is is like, you know, I it's just it's it's just a Wild Thing to to have been a part of myself. And also that the movie definitely looks at. And and then of course, you know, the the the scandal of the desire to have scandal and like the disregard for for what a person might really be going through in their life. Like when she's having a hard time talking to her kid, and this person wants to wants to talk to you. I don't have those. Exact experiences, and I feel like my experience in those arenas has been on a much smaller scale because I don't have that level of like, everyone knows you everywhere you go kind of fame that a pop star does design for you at all because you are movie star. Everybody knows who you are. But I don't see pushing yourself out there. I think part of it has been a desire to keep private. But it also think that for actors and Popstars it's just a different. It's a different story. It's a different level. And also we play characters so people don't expect us to be like what they see on screen. Whereas pop star is like a version of themselves. So I think when people if people attack your persona it's used so it's much more personal as opposed to like me. I can be like, oh, this was a character that was written for and also that, you know, people feel like they're really seeing you up there. When when you're when you're a pop star because it's your persona. Doing it for so long. I couldn't believe goes back into the research. How long you've been at it. And you're still young. That's incredible. True. Which is the fact so is it truly your nine years old when you were discovered in the pizza place? Yes island. Yes. And my I made when I was eleven right, right. Turn twelve while while sheeting the professional, what do you say? When a agent comes up to at nine years old says you wanna be a model? What's that conversation? Like, yeah. It was funny. I think my mom was probably the one who is kind of like, wait a minute is this is this creepy or is this something that will help her find her passions? And you know, I love performing so much growing up that it was really it felt like this opportunity and was really really exciting for me to get to pursue something that I loved so much, but I was lucky to have parents who were kind of always very wary and very -tective throughout and and also who never had any involvement financially ever in my career. So it didn't feel like I had to keep doing it. So like support them like if I ever wanted to stop it was they were always encouraging me like take time off step back. Try other things, you know, have flick. A quiet like. Life with friends from outside of the film industry to make sure that you know, I didn't. Have that kind of emotional weight of at or pressure that I think is what a lot of kids who are in film industry suffer from hard at a young age and pretty heavy serious. Roles to professional you sort of skip the Disney years into like fit. That was kind of accident wasn't just because was like I was psyched to do. Whatever. I got never got like the cute kit. The leg, you know, searing kind of dark fucked up that. That. I got the leg dark kind of complicated. You know, weirdo roles. So they said here's a thirteen year old girl. She should be an assassin. Yeah. I mean, a thirteen fineness asset forty-nine played a girl who tried to commit suicide. Like, you know, I did things that were were really extreme. But I was trying out for all those Disney things. I just. This one is not. So it wasn't a choice necessarily. I would have done anything. God. Yeah. And what what's impressive to me about you too. Is that you've kept that serve normalcy throughout your career? There's the famous story about the premier night of the Star Wars movie. It's not true. Oh, it's famous, but it's a big lie. I went to the premiere of storms. Okay. Sorry to with your you talk about your family. Supporting you, how did you keep schools important? Your grades were important going to college was important. You career was taking off. That was definitely my parents. My parents were just like education education education, and really like that was the pressure. They put on me they were like, you know, I would come home with a ninety seven on a test. And my dad would say, where's the other three points? Like, that's the household. I grew up in. So that was the the pressure in my house was like school. There was never conversation of will you go to college. It was like what college they want to go to you know, wasn't. It wasn't an option to skip that and and that was a gift to me because it really did create this environment for me that I had I had a big life outside of my work, which I felt was very safe. Because like when I when I got bad reviews when my movies. Tanked when I couldn't get jobs because I mean over the past twenty five years that I've been working like there have been many many times that that's been the case. My friends still loved me. I didn't feel like I lost anything in my private life like, and I was able to find like safety and comfort in not because you know, if everything's kind of wrapped up in your success as you're in your work life than those ups and downs feel really really devastating when you're down. And when you're like, okay that didn't work out. But guess what? There's this fun party to go with your friends, or like, you know, you can go out and cry your heart out to your girlfriends, or you know, let's someone else that you love is having something that's like really actually difficult that they're going to you're there for them. And that's what keeps you kind of out of the superficiality. And that was you know, the gift of having a big life separate from my work life. Good case in that point as you've talked about despite the massive success of Phantom Menace. Work was hard for you after that, which is kind of shocking. I think to people like you star as a teenager, this massively successful movie figure it opens up every door for you. But it was tough for you. After that. Got bad reviews. I got very bad reviews, and it was hard to get hired on things that I cared about. After that. Within you were at college. Right. You can have some normalcy in school. Yeah. I was at school. And and then in work, I was really really lucky to have make Nicole's as an advocate for me. Which was so lucky who really became a mentor and would call people up and convince them which is like incredibly incredibly lucky cold mountain. Yes, exactly. He called Anthony gala, and that's how I got cold mountain. Which is the first time we worked with Jude law who's he's great. Fantastic. It was our fourth time working together. And so I mean, as you major way along v for vendetta was a big win for you. Obviously. I mean, there's been a lot of big ones on the way. But I think most people point to black swan few years later when when you won the Oscar, what did that movie mean to you? And what it winning that Askar mean to you and your life. Well, it was an incredible experience making it I loved loved all the preparation training Mary Helen Bowers who trained me was just incredible and spending almost a year with her working and preparing and hearing stories and really deeply kind of entering that whole ballet world and learning about it. And I just have the greatest respect for ballet dancers. It's just the most unbelievable mix of athletic, virtuosity, and artistic virtuosity, and it's it's just. I don't think there's anything like it. It's it's remarkable beautiful. And I love watching it, and I loved being in it, and I also met my husband time. So it was magical for for that reason. And and then and then acting and working with Darren which was just an incredible collaboration. And with the other actors was you know with meal and Vincent Barbara known. Like, it was just like incredible incredible people who I've admired for a really long time. And so it was it was really dream. And then when it came out to have people appreciate it was completely unexpected because I'd been working for probably a decade without having any kind of response in the same way. So it was really that was really really lucky. So, you know, it's very rare that you both have an incredible experience and a great reception. So it was it was really really lucky and then it did open doors afterwards to working with different kinds of directors than had been approaching me previously. Because. Yeah, there had been kind of there was there different kinds of opportunities that came after that change things for you have Oscar winner in front of your name. It opens it opens certain doors, and you know, definitely give different kinds of opportunities. So it's some am incredibly grateful for. Jackie. Of course, our mutual friend, Noah, we're with you on that film. How did you get into that playing a real life character that people know, so well, and they know her voice, and they know how she looks. That's a big challenge after magin. Yeah. It was really scary to take on honestly because I'd never really considered myself like good ad impressions or anything like that. Obviously it's much deeper than an impression to do an entire film about someone you really wanna get into their skin. But. I realized how fun it was. And how lucky it was to have all of this material because she was so famous. I mean, there's so much out there. There's so many. You know, there's so much video image that you can watch. There's so many transcripts of her actual speech. There's books that she wrote. There's books that other people wrote about our who knew her there's just like a wealth of information, which you never get out of character. So much of it is is pure imagination for the white has tower was like an exact reproductions, so to really try and replicate that was you know, you just have all the details fingertips to to draw from. So it was actually incredible to to get to do. And. Yeah, was like definitely challenged me to try something that was out of my comforts and regretted. It could go either being go either way, right? Ooh, that's Jackie. Yeah. Exactly. People really are familiar with her. And I don't particularly look like her, you know. So it's it's it's scary. Do you are you the kind of actor who served plots her career, I've talked to some actors you say, you know, what I look for a good script or I look for a director. I like to work with or others who say, all right. I did comedy. I gotta do drama. Do you think that way or what's do you have a strategy for your career? I think it's very hard to have a strategy because you don't control your opportunities. You know? I mean, some people do because they'll like write their own things. But if you're an actor kind of waiting for scripts to come come your way winning to get offers, then you don't get to you don't control that. So you're just kind of choosing. What is the best most interesting most logistically possible of of what choices you have? If you even are lucky enough to have choices. But sometimes you're just like needing jobs. So. There's the it kind of goes through paces. So yeah, there's definitely I definitely don't have a strategy like drama Nelson for superhero movie or I mean, you do get like. Urges creatively? Like feel like doing this kind of thing or not. I can't do something heavy right now because of whatever's going on in my life, I need to do something heavy because I need to like exercise. This demon never. But but you don't have like, but you don't always have control over like what that thing may be the next question. Is there something out there that you haven't done that? You're like I've done a lot of cool movies. But I've never done that. Like, a proper musical would be really fun. Like, I mean, this obviously is a music is a movie with musical elements. But but vox is, but I would be happy to do like classic musical to there. Now. Now, you can sing and dance. Yeah. Beget a little audition tape. Hollywood an animated. I would love to do voice for an animated film. Never done. It really would love to. That's like real we'll train we will make that up. Thanks. Percents. Ten percents. You've also been over the last year of very vocal in the times up in metoo movement and you've step forward as one of the leading voices. Do you think now as we come up on sort of I guess no one called an anniversary? But one year since it exploded things are different in Hollywood from your experience. If so how are they? Well, it's been incredible to get to work with thousands of women in our industry across industries with tons up. And I think that there's been a lot of progress in terms of people talking about it everywhere that it it is a conversation that is central in our culture right now that abusive power the. The underrepresentation of women and minorities in virtually every. Industry in positions of power in particular, the difference in pay across all industries. And that's the first step is the conversation. And I think that going forward, I think the continuing unity of women unity of of of people talking and agreeing about the things that need to change, and then obviously taking steps with legislation policy and relating to these things and companies also taking steps to change their cultures to change cultures of harassment and abuse of power to change representation to change pay to have patrons. Parents all of those are going to be big big steps. But it takes time and we're in year one. So there's a lot to celebrate. And there's also a lot of work to be done. Do you think it's easier today Natalie than it was a year ago or eighteen months ago for a woman even a movie star or a big actor like yourself to raise her voice now and say, I deserve what he's getting where this is not okay with me. And and if so why was it hard back then for actresses to do that? I think it was it is it is much easier. First of all, courage, inspires, courage, contagious, and we have seen that one woman being braver when person being brave because it's not just women. It's it's all people all kinds of people who are coming forward and speaking up against abuse that they've faced and and I think that those people I know I have endless gratitude to our because I think that you see what. People put at stake. What people risk to come forward and have risked. And it has inspired those of us who speak after which inspires the next person which inspires the next person. And I think it's a signal to each other to that you're not alone. Other people have experienced the same thing, and we're all working together. And there's power in all of us working together. And part of the reason they tell women to be quiet. They tell women to sign NDA's about these things they tell women, you know, that it's not attractive to be angry that is not feminine to be angry that it's not that. It's it's not no one likes a a shrill woman or a bus, you woman or bitchy women that there's all of these terms used to make women be quiet. But what it does is? It it served that silence. Dangerous people because then we don't talk to each other. And when we talk to each other. We realize how how how much power we have if we work together. And also how many shared experiences we have unfortunately that it's these aren't isolated incidents, usually they're clustered people who abuse power usually have patterns of abuse that hit many many women. And and so, yeah, the the speaking up, I think people are also realizing how how much speaking up can save another woman. And when you see people like Dr Ford come forward, you see how much of it is like for other women, even great expense to themselves like, you know, it's hurting their own life. But they think that they might be able to protect other people from the same kind of horrors that they've experienced personally shocked, the sheer number of women and many of them actresses that you've worked with over the years came out with these store. And experiences that you probably didn't know about as well as you knew them. You hadn't talked about with them. I was I was I mean certain people, of course, you had heard rumors about as perpetrators, but in terms of the extent of the abuse. And. Yeah, and people I knew who I had never known had experienced that. Yeah. People. It was really it was really that was suppressing project for taking the lead on it. Thanks. I mean, I'm not I I wouldn't say I'm one of many and. It's been a great honor to get to be part of it. We were talking about your experience at Harvard a little bit. But what was it like to be movie star Natalie Portman on the campus of Harvard University? I think I was really lucky to have been there before social media actually Facebook was invented when I was a senior by a freshman, Mark Zuckerberg at Harvard. So I went to school with no Facebook, no Instagram, no cameras on phones. So I was really able to go about my business and not have it like documented consumption, which is really lucky has guess what? It's good to like make mistakes and do stupid things when your teenager and young adult and not have it on you forever. So I was very lucky and kind of like missing that five a fraction just under the wire asked under the way marks for being very young. Dorm room next door to tell everybody else's in trouble. I have to ask you because you reprise that this year Natalie wraps, the digital short on SNL the first time around I think it was two thousand six I want to say, I think that's correct. And it was a little bit of like, maybe an image breaker, right people. What? Yeah. Actually just watched it again today, I still want what? SNL brought that to you. What did you think it was really it was really fun to do? And it actually came out of conversations with. The lonely island guys we when we went on they had just done Lisi Sunday. Which was of course, viral and incredible. And I said to them, you know, I really love brab and kind of hardcore rap, and they were so surprised by that that they were like, okay, we're going to we're going to do something with this. Because again like I was talking about invokes Lux. There's this kind of packaging of the female, you know, young pop star. And I had a similar thing as an actress that I felt like they were like, oh, she's the smart serious like they put me in box or whatever. Which was a very nice box to put me like, thanks guys. It made people kind of like have this kind of image of me with not what I necessarily felt like or at least not was was not all of me. Like, I could be both things. I could be more than one thing. You know? And so it was fun. To get to kind of challenge that with the with the rap, which also you always can find the most humor and breaking expectations. Yeah. Viking cuts and Ian of King Kong stoop wins all the time. Yeah. Already great. And that really brought it home. Thank you. Thank you. My thanks to Natalie Portman for a great conversation. You can catch your new movie box lutts eaters now, and my thanks as always to each of you for tuning in this week. 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That was not good. Yeah. I've never heard him. Go that abrupt just go off Gough. Really right purgatory. According to the Roman Catholic doctrine is a place or state of suffering inhabited by souls of sinners were expecting their sins before going to have it. Now, they still can't get into have you can you can earn your way, but not going to happen here in the middle of having. They don't have like the plus mattresses out there. You're waiting for the it's like the like the concrete benches brimstone ACL. George. Yeah. Exactly killer instead of brimstone McVeigh was fired up even though they won like fired up. A both good way. Too bad way mother bleeped in front of the camera which millions of excited, but then he did to me kirks point Mace. He he what are you looking for? He has the can't see him. I think it's funnier when we describe it now just seeing anything you say, I know, it's not a visual medium isn't a vicious. Theater of the mind. All no, we do got a camera in here. None of them on may sound on me. Never a camera on me. Really that. Yeah. Smug. Do you like having the Stephen a Smith logo behind you never even noticed? Didn't. He never even noticed. I don't hear anything between nine and eleven. Nine o'clock to the hall or not shot side between ten you're not. That's where I listened to old Thompson and Trudell podcasts. Thanks. But he was upset by about the personal fouls in the unsportsmanlike stuff. He took those guys to task which was good. They still one dollars thing was inexcusable if it he bounced back there was some redemption there with the strip sack and the and the fumble recovery, but they basically he basically handed Seattle touchdown that was a punning situation. Well, without that foul Donald Kirk Donald when he went back at the lime in right? We took him out to it's like just take your fifteen yards. Yeah. You don't have to everyone knows how tough you are. Cut off. But you know, what? Because I I'm around somebody my basketball colleague this. I'll call you got my basketball colleagues. I look at Aaron Donald LeBron James, and how many times can we say LeBron James gets fouled on his way to the basket. We can almost say that every time. I think last night I saw a couple of calls. He probably should have got. I think Aaron Donald the same way. Like Aaron Donald gets hailed. He gets you know, guys at his legs. And I told Travis before the game started I say Aaron Donald may get kicked out of his game. I'm just telling you because if I'm gonna Seattle Seahawk. I know how I've seen Aaron Donald the nicest guy off the field. But on the field that gooney, right, right? That dude is we who he was. Justin, BRIC brick. Yeah. Six took off. It was like a rear naked chokehold because see that's where you got some fake tough guys. And then you got real tough guys. Don was a dude I'm not trying to mess with like if somebody said, oh, yeah. I'll see you after the game. You like whatever, you know, guy shake hand, you forget about it Aaron Donald psych did series. He took his pads off hemmitt own like I'm going to take care of his right now because he's the highest paid defensive player in the NFL history. And you're trying to hurt him in terms of going at his legs because we don't we just see the stuff that's in plain sight, but inbetween in those piles, and what's going on them those going here. I had the I had the game on the radio. I was driving around at one point into Marco kept commenting about that. And he of course, he's somebody is watching the actual line. I still get caught sometimes Mesa ball-watching bit more sculpture. So what? So he's watching the line. And he said ten times during the game the guys we're taking shots at you say sometimes you do I think I only do ball watching. I I'm not I'm not as sophisticated enough to look at. I mean, I I would say I do. Back. Yes. Ninety percent of the time. I'm watching the ball every once in a while try to look and see like who's lining up wear replays for. Yeah. Replays, and Telestrator strumming a picture that we see. That's what live is for though being at the game. Because if you watch it on TV, it's it's they follow the football. When you're at the game. I literally sit and watch the box. I or I call it the yellow geigo pit first. And then I'll look at what happens later, and I could try to look at a replay. I'm at the game. And I'm still ball watch some still wasting the board time. Yeah. Normally the Ramle in section six all watch the ball, Debbie informal poll. We all watch the ball and complain that there should be pass interference. When that when we get a called against us. We're like no way. And then when we don't get the call. We're like what the F? I mean, that's basically what my sexy when the new stadium, and this I don't know how anyone would actually know this. But you think it will be it will help the fan base. Be noisier. Like the way stadium is built and constructed. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. But I think I think the environment's great at the college is great. But so I went to I went to the Rams game against the Vikings here. And I went to we happen to be in Minnesota and went to Vikings saints, right? And it's just it's just a different level of last different though. That's but we were going under saying it helps the home. What you think that's still a mature as a smart fan base to administer right? Think about the sooner. What they're learning again twenty years people still watch. I i've. NFL? Everybody knows every sports that you break the huddle. That's when you start to get loud on every play, right? Where I think the Rams are starting to it's like two or three sections that start getting loud and then everybody. Oh. Two. Stands up goes come on. Arm. Wait when I'm the arm ways. Legit, the millennials just look at you like can you show up? I'm trying to installation. I'm trying to snap gram tight down over there. Excuse me, if I don't know this who who's the the PA announcer Sam Lugano right because he he he has to really almost ignited. Right. When you were in Denver. I never heard this before when when the incomplete pass, they go and come plead. Now, you hear about five thousand a row you like. Not long while man whose house ram sauce is a is a bit that Chris getting better. That's like an igniter. Yeah. It is. We had the igniter Trudell is going to be the igniter next. You can go. You can listening to car to get a rand. Oh, really? Yeah. I thought there's something that bugged me all weekend actually on right? Is there a subject about this rank and UT's it? Well, it's so it's a it's it's a double standard about men and women evaluating each other by by looks and Bradley Cooper is the example Cooper. He's granting about Bradley Cooper. That was the easiest way to say. Yeah. Okay. So I know you'll you'll. Got to run to the car right now. All right in the rant next. So data show here on ESPN LA Trudell Morrison hanging out with us today. Mike Trudeau Kirk Morrison lucky enough to have them we're here until six today before the Sean McVay show. No. I was told. No, no, no, Sean today. No, Sean today. He's still immoral. I was prepared to be here until seven PM. But you know, we seven because it, you know, the traffic patterns at six that kind of. Yeah. All right. Look at that. Right. Anyway, before we get to the Lakers last night, which Trudell you were there. Good. Yup. Everything is turned around. Things are great again. That's my seven and six play position. That you have a rant. Look, I want this to be a community Rancho, and I'm not I don't know if I'm right here. So I actually need you to help me. Okay. So I'm on the way. This is the first time that my wife, and I were able to go to a movie in a long time. My mom was in town. And we went to go see a star is born. Okay. Right. That's the movie with lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper. Right. And on the drive over she's talking about a couple of her friends. And if you don't know in this movie, Bradley Cooper, sinks. Now, we know Bradley Cooper. He's we can all agree is a good looking guy. There's no shame in that. Nobody cares. But her argument was all my oh my God. All my friends keep saying, and he can sing too. And I found that to be a double standard Kirk. Okay. Because here's another way to put it guys. If you think that there's a let's say, there's the whoever you think is the most beautiful Hollywood actress, Jim your who do you like her who's who's the Hollywood actress Hollywood right now, I'm a big. The last ten years. I don't care just to somebody. Their own. I like her, okay? At least now, George if you if Charlene's the Rhone did a singing movie, right? And she had this beautiful voice. Would you care would that to you make her more attractive? Yeah. I'm going to be honest. I look I may be the minority in this. Right. So my favorite actress is Natalie Portman, okay, Natalie Portman, I find unbelievably attractive to start. She's unbelievably talented as an actress, and then I found out many many, many moons ago that she was smart enough to get into Harvard, and yeah, I'm going to be honest that made her more attractive. So it is possible to have someone's qualities that aren't related to their looks make them more attractive. I think so I think Charlene's can sing. And you're thinking about it. But in and if she can like breakdown cover too, and I'm like what she no football, right? Our yard example, we've seen people don't like women who had a oh, my dad was a coach in high school, or you know, like, oh, so to to kirks example, Alex Rodriguez in Jay, Laura, always on Instagram, and there was an Instagram post. I don't know if it was hers or his, but it was like a month or two ago, probably hers, and it was. Her explaining I guess he had explained to her who Billy bean was and how sabermetrics and analytics got involved in baseball. And she went on a whiteboard and wrote it all out and explained how the Oakland A's did their sabermetrics thing in this night. And yeah, I'm gonna be honest. A lot of people if you look at those comments it was a bunch of dudes go day. Oh, that's too. So you've you've given you've made some very various points. The first time I heard it though. I just kept thinking the real reason that you guys all like Bradley Cooper is because he's great looking. That's it. But let me. That's the main reason why women like brother Cooper now as you put it to that to the way that you described it, though, I tend to agree with you. I do think that just people in general the more that you can do the more attractive. It makes you I get that part. I just I don't know. I found it a bit disingenuous with the Cooper stuff because I think it's just because he's got the great the handsome face because it starts there. Oh, absolutely starts there at the door. If you want to say that levels can be added with other skill sets. Yeah. Okay. I'll concede it. I think the levels like first of all you have like the base, you're like, okay. She looks for for us. Oh, she looks. Great. Okay. I like it. But then you start adding to like man, she does this. And she does that like, whoa. I'm more attractive for even more. Oh before I've got a basketball equivalent. Yes. So Josh heart comes out of the draft. Yeah. Thinking, oh, he's going to be able to shoot threes in defending. Then all of a sudden in summer league. He's taking people off the dribble. Ooh. Okay. Okay. I know you do more attracted so he can finish in transition little. Okay. All right. Does. Danny does this club a lot? And he only plays video games. Does get into trouble. Yes, sir. And the reverse can be true, right? When Brandon Ingram who's been struggling on offense a little bit. You don't want less than going up more, right? Oh, I don't know about that. But Brandon going out going out. I'll struggle has been struggling Drake Verson here. We all I was like the front of the line. Brandon Ingram is the guy. His skill set this that and the other like it should be perfect complement. He can be the number two guy. And he's kind of been swallowed at least offensively by the pairing with LeBron hasn't worked when LeBron when he's playing with LeBron. He's a negative on the floor by a long shot when he's on the floor without LeBron. He's a positive by a long shot, which is you guys weren't here last week, but on Friday, but I was sitting here telling people on Friday Thursday and Friday, Brandon Ingram is probably going to be best suited being the sixth, man. Now doesn't mean they can't play at the end of games together. Right. But I think it would be best suited. If he got some Brandon time is is what I'm saying. I agree with that. I mean because sometimes. That's what the first I guess what? Twenty games is four to really fill out. Okay. What does my roster? What is how do we reinvent this roster pretty much because we have an idea thinking about the whole idea before the season was okay, we're going to do this. We're gonna do this. And we're gonna play this guy at the four and this guy at the five, and we'll see how it goes. And all of a sudden you get into the season. You lose a couple of games, and you don't feel that same chemistry. It's not like you blow it up, but we gotta do something. And it's just what you've got to take the eagles out of it. And if you put Brandon on the bench in he comes in as a six, man, what does that do to a guy like that's ego who's supposed to be in his third year in terms of being the guy or the guy who everybody's expecting to take the big leap. What does that do to his psyche? Yeah, I'm still I'm still not going to go to the point where I'm I'm already made up my mind to do one thing at the other with Ingram. I think he had some good games. He said some rough games last night was one of the rough games. I mean, the the biggest thing with Ingram and Lonzo if you want to. Talk about them in a group over although the minutes are way down from last year. Ingram's plant four fewer minutes, lonzo's playing six fewer minutes, and this is because they're deeper now they've got Rondo they've got Lance. They've got Casey p and heart sitting on the bench, and they've got LeBron who's gonna play more than anybody played last year. So these guys are really still trying to figure out how they fit next to the brand that doesn't mean that Georgia's point isn't true that Ingram is still is not it hasn't looked fluid at certain points. But other points it has and I know that LeBron likes playing with Ingraham because at times Ingram can just eat a couple of offense of possessions in a row where the Bronco rest or you can just give him the ball. And he will find a way to get shot for himself a times for other people. So I still think that there's that partnership can work, but it doesn't need to get more fluid. Yes. And the only way to do that as it get some more experienced. So I had Tom Harris Joe on on Friday. Tom hammer stroke, Kirk is the premier analytics guy, I think going to in sports media. Go put number. I'll take average show. I taught creek Kevin is my God. Let them fight it out. We should quiz them. Have Donald is my guy too. But you know, have restores more my guy. So he I asked him this specific question. Okay. About Brandon Ingram, and he had some fascinating numbers to tell you why you should do one over the other. I basically had him on to either debunk or support my hot takes from the week. That's an essence what I did. I just ran like ate hot takes by him. And then tell me what the numbers what are the facts about these hot takes. So we'll let you hear what he said about Brandon Ingram in just a second. Mike Trudell Kirk Morrison hanging out sit down and show any SPNFZ.
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John candy wrapper screening. Everybody. I'd like to microphone to be a little hotter. Please. My name is Doug. And I love movies. Schuss? That's not the right time for the. Stop it. Oh so much going on today. This is so exciting guys were coming to you. Once again from the gateway theatre as part of SF sketch fast at San Francisco, California. Saturday January twelve twenty nineteen and this is the second deal taping of the year, and I would like to see some name tags. Right. This second. And thanks to the folks that next V are people are watching this show right now with their helmets on. They're watching all of this about there's a what are the VR cameras is in the back. So could you guys just quickly turn you name tags around show the back and also we'll get a little house? Lied action. Look at these things I just want them to see what we're dealing with here. Great job. Thank you for doing that. And we'll be back to a little bit. We bring lights back down. We'll be back to to pick name tags and a little while that was close. That was going to be a loud noise. If I pulled them microphone off of that stool, Doug plugs. Tomorrow also part of sketch fest press start audible presents as part of that the bedside movie eruption of the final film in the most talked about trilogy. Since the prequels. We're going to fucking watch. Can I swear in VR, we're gonna watch fifty shades freed? Yeah. We saw the first two chapters of this writing series. In the gorgeous Castro theatre here at San Francisco. We're going to finally finish. It off are some of your going to be there. Tell your friends it's a huge hitter. Douglas movies is back at our OG home, the UCB theater in Los Angeles. Tuesday, January eleventh next Sunday excuse me, Saturday next Saturday January nineteenth Douglas movies returns to Tacoma, Washington. At the Tacoma comedy club at four twenty and Sunday, January twenty seventh Douglas movies returns to the comedy cellar at the Rio in Las Vegas at for twenty becoming to Dallas rally, Sacramento, Tampa and more in February for all Moday's deeds and link so my go to Douglas movies dot com. That's where you do that. Next to be our thank you for doing this. They broadcast live sports and entertainment, and I feel like this is a little of both sports entertainment. Maybe not enough of either. And. Yeah. And so there's people just, you know, staying at home to NAFTA, go all the effort. You guys went to. The trick is we're gonna have to figure out how to get their name tags involved in VR because you guys really wants to get participate today. But thank you to everybody is watching tweet at Doug Benson. If you did the VR thing with your VR helmet. And let me know if you liked it. What you thought of it amazing prize bag for today because our friends at spark awesome dispensary here in San Francisco gave us a one of their hoodies and tons of their items. I don't think there's any actual weed in here because you know, how that goes. But. But I'll probably see you outside if you wanna smoke so mine and the prize bag that I brought is a Willy's reserve bag. The gray Willie Nelson has his own line a weed as everybody does these days. I got a hat that says Wm on that. You know, what that stands for? We'd maps you did it. I looked. The fuck. Do you use weed maps you have? Okay. Wow. That was great. The homeys could see you. That's why I'm gonna call the people watching be our the homeys. Got a Douglas movies t shirt, you still get those online somewhere Douglas movie sticker. You can only get those for me sippy Cup from forget, which Broadway show. I saw and I drank alcohol during it. And then I was just in Los Angeles where I live, but I grabbed a copy of Los Angeles magazine. So you guys have flip through and go. No, we're good here. All right place, all of that's in the prize bag, plus stuffed. Brought by my four amazing guests who are all appearing in shows sketch fest all weekend long, please give it up for Martha Kelly, Eric Eto, Brandon Wardell and Dave Foley. Wonder if the VR people are clapping sitting there. Welcome everybody. Let's meet them individually showy starting with right here. My left Martha cow. Tore the games up in Austin a few weeks ago. So it's nice to have you back. Thanks. I I lost that game. So I don't know how you're all winners to me. Yeah. But it was fun. Having is the base. The bottom line is really fun to do it. A good time. Have you ever done anything in VR before? No. All right. Just for the rest of the panel. Remember longer answers are better. What are you up to here at sketch fest? What other shows are have you done? Are you about to do? I just got in last night. So before this mostly I've just been going back and forth to Starbucks. And then later tonight at ten thirty at cobb's, I'm co headlining with Maryland rice calm and Dwayne Perkins doing and hopefully will be fun. But for great. Yeah. Bring your coat. Coat co cobs. Oh, is it? On. I don't know why. But. I was gonna show their last night. It was cold inside. Go outside to warm up. Yeah. Bring bring my coat and mittens. Well, you'll be on stage. So I guess stage lights up a little bit. But thank you for being here. Martha having mean Doug also joining us for believe it's his second time on the opposite end there. You can't miss him. It's Eric Eggleston. Everybody. Now, you character actor a ton of stuff, so many great movies and things we can talk about. But I wanna talk about your wife. I don't blame you. 'cause I learned today that she is a dog groomer has her own draw grooming business. Yes. A dog groomer to the stars an Instagram famous dog groomer you'd follow her at at Jess Rona, grooming, one hundred thirty thousand followers, she has a book out now. Yeah. It's pretty hysterical. She does Katy Perry's dog, but I kind of live in a sitcom because they're supposed to go around the back because of boundaries. You know, it's my home. They'll knock the during off throwing basketball shorts upset, and then I'll answer, and it's like Andy Garcia. Did I use the wrong door, and I'm like, no come on in? It's a total trip. It's amazing. She groome your dog if you're fading ninety celebrity. You man, you're my hero. Are you kidding me? Oh, she dog is filthy. She does me. She does my back here. Now, I wish I was bidding every here. Here's ended up somewhere on a short leash on a table. It's a medium leash. Dave. I'm working up. And the the main reason I did you should check out the Instagram page of his wife is because what she blow drives the dogs at the end of their grooming. She bakes videos of that doesn't like a dog being blow dry. I love it. Because it's been her day job for eighteen years. And she has a passion for it. And does classes and Anderson grooming competitions, which are like best in show. I went to convention with her and Hershey Pennsylvania this year namedrop. But what I love about occasion dropped namedrop one day. She was just sitting there, and she probably had three hundred followers and this dog was blow drying. She's like that's kind of cinematic and she'd always wanted direct. And then she put it beyond say song with it in blue. And then Teagan and Sara got into it and Katy Perry, and it's turned into this whole thing. And luckily character actor, so I love it. When people are more excited about her. I'm like, I'm good with it. This is my job. Let's roll babe. And she's cutting my back here. At least you didn't say my wife blows dogs. Also, joining us one time, and she's not drinking any more. That's really sad for the dogs. It is I feel bad. But also I've stayed with us today. It's Brandon Wardell everybody. I. Dude. I'm good. I was I was trying to get Doug with sober. And then I took like a head of your vape. Blackout high. For can I'm fucking tripping. I'm feeling good. Fucking tripping. I like my favorite, but it's not bad. Good. God, man. I took wanted of. We'd everything is tie-dye look into this crowd. I'm like home does this award of the rings. Do you need impartial tester to see where that's at? Yes, sir. I didn't even know you did this sort of thing. Oh, really? Yeah. Man. You gotta come on my other podcast on. Yeah. Walk around the smoke over here. Repurpose it. Shows all weekend as well. They were all it's all done. They're good. They're you know, it's all over, but the trip and in the crying, you know. You know, they they sold out. It was like a very it's a small venue, though. It's not like impressive doing Brandon and Iran's shows a good time. It was good. It was anybody there. No. Thank you for your asking news people that weren't there. If there was anybody there why I don't know where they were there last night. And apparently, oh diagram just to Brit circles. So let's today will hopefully help bridge the gap in our then diagram and get people into one circle that were both in. And finally. Dave foley. Touring around with the whose line is it anyway. Yes, I am with the Gregory Proops and Jeff Davis in Joel Murray. Yeah. Love those guys love that show. Got to see you do it in Washington DC awhile back, and he was so much. That was your first one may be right. That was done at a few times, Evansville. Indiana. Wow. You guys are really dropping locations. It's no Hershey. Chocolate. Dave, I know. But yeah, that was yeah. The I jumped in on that Brian got sick, and they need to somebody within eight hours. But now they're like kind of rotating so listings, and it's different group before guys every Ryan and drew and through carries going for some of the shows are sort of swap swapping out. That's neat word that love it. I'm gonna come see it again, if I can it's a lot of fun that what else is going on for you here at sketch fest. Well, came we did the kids in the hall thing last night. Sorry, brandon. But who went to that? Keep working. That's like just one circle completely filled with another circle. But if you've got stuff tonight to tonight, no just just doing this. And then doing story pirates tomorrow. Okay. That's a show that people can bring their children to what am I doing only did phone cast last night too. I forgot about that. Yeah. We did a podcast with that. Just go by wife. Chrissy who produces our podcast. Yeah. Stewart a great jobs the out. It's not easy. I'm not a good. I'm not a I'm not good at promoted. What's the podcast called? It's called. I say here. It's called don't say cont. And it's a podcast where Paul Greenberg, and I promise the audience. Out of respect for Americans who don't like the word. That we will talk for forty five minutes straight without saying. What what happens if you do it? You get slammed or something. Do you follow are so far? There have been no repercussions built that into the format because you do slip and say. Occasionally rarely very very rarely. Someone else comes in and in a prize guest will come in and will sometimes go. Hi, welcome to don't say. Oh, sorry. You weren't supposed to. Well, yeah. If you're just out quoting the title. That's yeah. That's not so bad. That works out. Okay. And it's and it is it's a show that you can tune in with your children. And know that for forty five minutes, the word won't be said. No such luck with this show. No, no kids. This show is filthy. Thank you all for being here. Of course, part of the show is I insist that people bring stuff to contribute to the prize bag, and I reach out to Martha reminded her about it. And what was your response? I I didn't bring anything from Texas or wherever you just were a bunch of stuff. I could've brought an I forgot. So I went to Walgreens today, but they didn't have anything that anybody would have wanted as a gift all of Walgreens. The worst store. Slogan. Nothing you want it didn't seem so I got I got a twenty dollar Starbucks gift card in this bag. And then this is also the marijuana gift bag with a bag of pop secret popcorn. I'm sorry. I. There is pot in the each one of us. Yeah, we got our own individual bags from from spark. I'm sorry. I forgot to bring stuff and whoever wins this. If you feel cheated and you want to message me on the internet. I will send you some more stuff. I think they're going to be okay. With a couple of pre rolls and. Yeah. Three three roles, and whatever this thing is. And there's an envelope with what felt like marijuana buds and. It is marijuana buds. Oh, yeah. These these fancy sealed things. But it's kinda presupposing grand audience likes pot. I think pot is pretty popular at this whole festival. And but thank you for that. Martha. That's great that you you paid it forward. Science not more. Now, I'm going to try to convince brand into contributed shoes. Oh, yeah. This. Some colorful mother. Where'd you buy them cuts? Where the VR where's the VR camera? Right here. I don't know. Well, I mean, we're getting into different topic entirely. But like for my podcast. I have like a patriot where five dollars gets you bonus episodes, but ten dollars gets you feet picks and. Pictures of my feet of size thirteen feet. They look great. So. Do you want me to open the back yet? What do you got? All right. I hope you're hanging onto all the weed that they gave you. So I. Okay. So I went to like the Alamo draft house gift shop and found this like. It's like iron giant Tiki mug. If you guys are into dry wanted. Like, it's a great film. I cry when he says superman the end that made that made me cry. And then there's there's like why did you think of Christopher Reeve? Every by do you? Remember like all those like Eminem songs where he would talk about Christopher Reeves really mentioned him like a lot. I don't know. Just go to you mentioned more than peewee her. We ought to go to rabbi. He does mention peewee Herman a lot to go to rap genius. Search Christopher Reeve Eminem. You'll find a lot of lines. It's just like something to something. Interesting to think about. But also in this bag there is a receipt. There's a receipt, and it has the last four digits of my credit card number, and if you wanna guess the rest, you can steal my identity. Somebody will see my identity tonight. Let's fucking go. I wanna I'm gonna give you all of my credit card information. And my social security number. Also and addition to iron giant ceramic Tiki Tiki mugs enough. But okay. Going to pass that on down here. Yeah. All right. Great. Thanks. Didn't didn't come in a bag? So your own personal bag. Wait a minute. You kind of said they could try try try. I'll put it in there. I don't think there is. No, try with this crowd. They know computers. How easy is it? How easy is it to guess somebody's credit card Imperia? Well, they'd have to they'd have to do a lot of combinations. But they probably like a program that could just run through them. Can you? Yeah. Thank you. I don't know. Yeah. I thought it through and. Changed my mind about that. That's the thing is it was like, yes. Didn't even like that as a bit that much. So like didn't really pay off crowd wise, and then I also actually get my identity stolen sounds like a bad deal. That's the joke version of a long cone. The bit was on me the whole time. Fucking love to prank myself like any my identity stolen. Dave. What do you got for us? Oh, I'm also a terrible person. So what I did was I just went to the swag room and the hotel and dislike really overstuffed this bag. Want to give us the highlights or what are we talking about? Every item. There's a poster poster that's all Meg wrecking. Beer. Oh couple of beers in here. A water drink. It's perfect for hitting a mugger with on your way home. Is it tin Cup? Case your vision fails. You need to start a new line of work. Get your pencils. That didn't get pencils. And there's other stuff there's food like I stole a whole box of those kind bars. Yeah. That's something. That sounds like it should have weeded. Yeah. I don't smoke weed. I could go get my weed as well. That's okay. I'll I'll take care of that. That is really you really could fuck somebody up with. Eric, let's test it out. I know used to be. Oh, don't forget the mangled poster. All right. What do you got for us? This could be like carry all this stuff. I know various Richards. I've seen credible cafe du Monde coffee. Right. So if you know what the wrong beans. I'm regifter being from the great people at Spar one joint. The other two in the bag are staying here. And I'm here with the wonderful Cartoon Network program. We bear bears. Oh, thank you smaller than your applause. Dave more than yours. This is a grizzly bear phone charger. Gray or Brown market. It's not licensed. But they're not giving me a cut or taste of the merchant. Anyway. So I don't care. This has been my personal charger throughout today. And it's now yours, and I want to invite all you to come to our show tomorrow night. We bear bears. Live and Turner, send on somebody specifically to make sure we wouldn't do any drug references. How could someone from doing that? We got a note at Comecon only time the three of us have been there. And they handed to meet Martin note that said stop talking about drugs drug jokes. So talk to Cole the found of the festival, and he asked me, and then I went to Daniel song the creator because we kinda knew if it went to Turner, they probably wouldn't say, yes. And so then they've added people to the list today to come on down to make sure we're not talking too much about drugs. Okay. Morrow now. Now. Now, if you want pass the pen down, we're good. Yeah. Okay. If anybody doesn't watch we bear bears. I it's it's so good. Viewer. Both of you are two things that are very important huge bug life. Bugs. For life. AM sucked. Goes and goes, ugly Brown pieces of shit blue answer where it's. Woody. Woody Allen was cancelled as soon as ants came out as far as I'm concerned that was his that was like his second. Biggest crime. Odyssey. I don't know. I don't mean to like pop off about ads, but hey, you say what you have to say. I'll go off. I'll go off about ants. I'm sorry who the that movies? Fucking sucks. Imagine. I don't know. How recently any of you guys have watched ants, but like a magin your child right your child, and you're like, I'm going to see a cool cartoon movie about aunts. And then you go in and it's just like Woody Allen as an aunt's like going to therapy. You'd be like. Yeah. Fuck this movie. Yeah. Fuck ants. Chew story right after I got hired to be in a bug's life. I went back to work on my show NewsRadio. And I was telling everyone I was very proud. I said I got hired. I'm doing this movie. So it's a computer generated animated movie, and I'm the lead aunt in this movie, and they're all looking at me really really, sadly because that day there was an article in variety saying Woody Allen to star in ant movie. Farka got fired today. Put out a came out. I know aunts came out first, but. But like DreamWorks knew that was gonna come out. Well, they some shady shows it was pitched to Disney when Jeffrey Katzenberg was Disney and then. When he started up. That's the Spielberg company, the whatever that companies called Geffen Spielberg. Then they they came up with their own aunt movie that looked almost exactly like the original drawings for a bug's life. And and they asked us to to hold off on a bug's life until after prince Persia came out. They would they would bury ants. How much like Jeffrey Katzenberg pushy at the group. Here's your. I think he's great. I think Geffen is wonderful. Underrated. Did Neil young young happy and Neil young bid. I'm not the. The young for eighties work, and he was rarely through translate Tron. Ick. This is David get David Geffen. Like, I mean, I don't wanna speak out of turn. But he did some like PetO shit, right? No doubt wrong guy that different FM. He's still. All right. That's okay. Japan. Oh, yeah. Danny would all right. Yes. Amazing. Yes. Bye. Let's make some noise for Bohai Mian rhapsody and Bryan singer real quick. What are you doing? Let's. Good fusing everybody, you know. No. But Bryan Bryan singer is he he's a pedophile. That's confirmed. Did he direct? But he mean rap city. You know, there's I think three people directed it. Because they took like. Two weeks before but his name still on the thing. And he's still profits yet because the directors guild gifts to say who gets the director's credit for some reason, he got it. Maybe they just drive off. I didn't mean to talk about a pedophile this much. Early on the pot. Yes, I'm sorry. Yeah. We'll be back with more pedophile. Kind of. I assume a lot of people at home with Oculus go headsets pedophile 's. I mean, that's just. That's just a fair assumption. Isn't it true faith, if these people hate you for truth? Let him. Yeah. I didn't come here to make friends and he's not no. I mean, this is gonna feel bad for saying this. But you know, there's VR porn is big. They're making VR child porn. And that's I think that's bad. Okay. I'm I'm not forcing. I think we all agree. And that's bad. All agree that VR child porn is bad. They shouldn't do it. We get some applause go for that. Yeah. Yeah. Let's give it up. I think. Yeah. So yeah, not cool. I'll tell you what I don't like what the south did. And that's civil war. Yeah. I'm down here. On. Yes. President Donald Trump bad in my opinion. Yep. Sorry. Yep. Yep. Good and bad people in Trump. He's both sides. All right. Let's get onto the. The giving away of all this great stuff that you guys brought because I'm about to say let games. Lady and gentleman. This is the moment where you choose your name tags. Just select whichever one you like the best and forget the house lights up a little bit. So the VR folks can enjoy this portion of the show. And we'll be right back. Today's show is brought to you in part by blue shoe, guys. Remember the days when you're always ready to go. Now, you can increase your performance and get that extra confidence in bed by going to blue dot com. Blue dot com. 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And I liked it a lot. Mary Queen of Scots. Yes. Right. So he didn't have to Photoshop anything. But he did put our faces in over sir, Saronic and Margot Robbie. And but we also have big fat joints at our mouths. So got that wrong. But you still picked it. Well, my policies whoever is closest to the state. So I apologize to people back, but also not to take away from Scott, so wonderful poster. But it was right in the front row. Put it right down here now, Brandon. Okay. I this. This is I've read the name of the person on the front. Okay. Well, they made the sandlot drying. It's very cute cute. Cute little drawing. Give it up give it up for that drawing. Faces are kind of in there in the style of my the logo for that. Oh Sam what they're more than just a podcast. They're the best buddies in the entire history of the world. So. This isn't really a podcast though to say I'm lot about. Oh, it's the lady say. Did you know your name the word Antoinette? Anyone here have a name with the word bug in it. But great great selection there and good luck. You're going to need it 'cause Brandon's playing for you. What do you got Dave? I got net Polian. Dynamite? The cast some of the cast of Napoleon dynamite here and John Hodgman for some reason. Good. Dynamites brother that was John Hodgman. I didn't. Yeah. I gotta go back and watch that again. And then there's say that on the back. Yeah. That allows for later. Okay. And I picked this because it was easy to hold. Right. It's not heavy made the mistake of getting really big ones before Eric got a really big one. Oh shit. Killing them. Softly. There was also a really good no country for old men when they're and I threw them joint. So they're already a winner. But I mean look at that photo. Yeah. That's really impressive. That's really good. Yeah. Yeah. Can I keep this one Bill and is your name NAT Natalie Natalie forgotten say, you're not gonna win? Because I'm really terrible at all these games. Now. It's feeling like it's anybody's game. Yeah. I don't know. I don't know who to how to handicap this one. But yeah, you go ahead throw that down on the ground there. Eric and the first game we're gonna play we're gonna try to get through three games today. And this first one is called swift Justice. Yeah. It's almost it's a game. That's going to go away soon. And you'll find out why in a second. Because we played it a bunch of times Taylor Taylor swift fan, and she has a bunch of songs that just happened to be the titles of movies. Her title of her song is also the title of a movie that they don't have anything to do with each other. But it does happen. And so I'm going to read the IMDB page description of this movie that is also the title of Taylor swift song, and each guess often as you'd like the first person who names it correctly wins. And if the description isn't enough, then I will give a clue that should help. At least just jump in and guests are wait to you. Call on you to interrupt and your real brash. But. But yeah, just as soon as it comes into your head. Yeah. Guess guess as many times as as you like there's there's no wrong answers, just answers. It won't win. You the game. Are you ready for it? Like it. You guys are intense. When Jesse Liu Jack steals, a car in Las Vegas and drives down to LA. I already have an issue with this because you drive across to LA. Down to it. Not sandiego. This one God damnit zoo pick you, but I can't remember. Well, when Jesse Lou Lou Jax, also Lou Jack, and he stealing a car. That's silly. Steals a car, maybe the name the low Jack after this guy. So we still a car in Las Vegas drives down to LA his criminal ways only escalate. I knew this was going to be a tough. All no, that's right. Guess blood? No, okay. But it is it is Taylor swift song. And then this is the end of the description. I am db that says he's his criminal ways of escalated. But when will it end? Sooner the better I thought while I was watching it. Clarification. Who's Taylor swift? She works with Eric's, wife, grooming dogs. She blows all the dogs. All right. Here's some clues. And these are clues with regards to what the title is not necessarily what happened the movie. I wanted less. Not more. And it didn't leave me out of breath. Is it breathless? Kelly won that first game. Told you anybody could take this down Martha. That's a that's a backhanded compliment. But I I'm trying to remember the Taylor swift song. Breathless does anyone could somebody help a few bars? I don't know it before I think it was inter country time, I got into a more. What you got poppy lake red or nineteen eighty nine. Which one little bit a little bit of red like all of nineteen. Okay. And I even like reputation what can you do? I don't love. I thought I read was her first pop album and people act like nine hundred eighty nine was her first pop album and pisses me off. You're really out there fighting the good fight. Get pissed off when I think about this. Picking the right battle. See I saw when Khania got up that a word show. I thought well he seems to know what he's talking about. So I've just not paid us there while he has talking like what? So I figured I'm not gonna listen to her stuff. That's reasonable. But yeah, I don't I don't know. The breathless song breathless the movie's been made a couple of times. But that one was the the one with Richard Gere was the one I was describing. I had a neighbor with a speech impediment in my mom couldn't figure out. Why Louise kept telling her to see bread less. Dan, I can't figure out this movie. Breathless breathless a medium anecdote. But I offered a large. All right. So Martha I at our next game exciting. Sorry. It's called how long is it? Yeah. This is fun because I'm gonna name thing. And then you guys have to guess how long it is K and the close person closest how come you keep smoke when I've got the pen over here. This is a jewel. Oh. My daughter's friends have those. How old is your daughter. We how old is your fifteen. Yeah. I yeah. I don't know. We will let her have because we're unreasonable. I get shamed. For it feel. It's like it's like vaping for kids. That's that's model. I'm trying to quit cigarettes. This what I'm doing? I'm applying you getting shamed. By everyone in this. I'm James by a hundred people right now, there's avatars to shake in there. It's good. But it's like, I don't know what the what should I like Jerry around giant vaping rig? I'm not judging you thank you. I'm not I'm stating about my daughter strength. But what's what's in a jewel? Isn't it? More like a nicotine thing. Okay. You like that to work? Nice. Thank you. You're gonna get do. Thank you, buddy. Eric you are on the twin peaks TV show. Yeah. Thought of it just because I can imagine that that set had a lot of people stand around smoking cigarettes all day. Oh my gosh. Point I looked over. And I swear David Lynch sitting there on a tiny stool with a cigarette and a megaphone and a fire extinguisher. And like he ready for anything. Yeah. And the whole time, and then Dave played my brother, and we're just staring at him and went to get the set photographer to take a picture. But he he looked at us. It's kinda like we catch them and doing what are you guys doing over there? All that pictures. No, no. I had the fire extinguisher 'cause I got a warning from the Glendale police department yesterday. True. Yeah. Told him fires were in the area. Well, we were in an old police department where you're not allowed to smoke. And so somebody's like well. Yeah, I guess you do if you had a fire extinguisher there. Okay. Thank you. And just to be on the safe side, sir. A megaphone. We all I need to be heard Dave fully half. Yeah. He's a first and last name guy, isn't it? Yeah. He just calls your character name, and even when he him now, it's amazing coolest because the show was a dream to be on. Also when I was on, Joey Dave Foley. I couldn't believe it. And I could not believe still bouncing time. But it was a dream to be on. What was the question that thing years works? Sorry. I'm with you. Now brother, this is why MP's good. I wanted to see where you're at. Hell. Yes. Hell, yes. But anytime, okay, I got it rallying that must be Tiba. Anytime. I see him now. Any time. I see him. Now, he not only refers to me only my character name in the best way. He'll start asking me detailed questions about detective go. How are your brothers? They're really good. Well, how's your mom doing? I'm like, oh, you know, my brothers. Don't wanna go over there. All detective she doing the big dinners on Sunday. And it's like this magical thing is we're like his creations in his characters. And then he he'll ask us, and we're all just ready. So. Got his own real life SIMS going on. When you talk to me, go method like years after I'm ready for anything. And I'm detective Fujiko. Yeah. Mckay going detective for life. And I can't believe he's there. And I'm like, I'm gonna wake up saying real back. Starbucks Highland Franklin. I got fired from that's a nice Starbucks. No, steal your tips. And then if you say restraint somebody from taking your tips, they right? Yup. For violating your star skills. For real. Oh, yeah. I'm like, we'll be takes our tips. Like, you can't restrain him. Like, what are you going to reimburse us our tips? Like, no, well, so he's just running out their tips, and that's an extra four bucks an hour here. And then shortly thereafter, I was asked to leave out without. Oh, so anyway, I was explaining how game works. Who's? Okay. So. I would say how long something that's like. Then you guys get a guest and the person closest without going over the winner. We'll start with you. Martha you get to guess I because you won that last game. And the question is how long did the actors who played the need? There's I mean the wonders. How long did they were Hearst together as a band before starting shooting? Tom Hanks direct to'real debut. That thing you do. How long did they rehearse the ban before the go? They were I got ready to be a band together. And then I believe in the actual movie, they it's all fake. It's all voices end. It's it's. I can't imagine why they did at all. But. I'm gonna guess six months. Apologize for laughing. That's not how this game should work. All right. So I write that down. What do you think Brandon like two months? You're you're asking me, I know to use the wrong punctuation. Humongous. Okay. Is that to 'em owes Martha six mos-? All right. Six weeks, fourteen hours. Oh. I like specificity six weeks fourteen hours, you say, yeah. Yeah. A long day ever comes close closest going over. Right. It's like his right. Exactly. Like primary right with your friend. Drew carey. Eric seven months. Doug. Do you hear me laugh at Martha six months? I just know how they lie on sets about our hard. They worked to prepare. Oh, shit ninety percent of the time. Like, yeah. We haven't army training. I fired a gun. You said to bend over if my knee didn't hurt. No Brad, Bradley Cooper trained for two years to lower his voice. Start two years to go other. I did it. He watched. Did it now? Two years, Bradley. He watched him Elliott movies. Then hired him to be. So he could just listen to him, and then repeat? It back on a passive aggressively started doing Instagram stories as Kris Kristofferson after I read that just show like darkness worst over the do. Remember when there's not a day that goes by. I don't think about our lost little beauty Queen jonbenet. I did a jumbo name. The good one. Change. Talking about. Behind the music to Jerry checked into Betty Ford party never checked out. Sad. You guys seem green room? If you want something terrible to happen. Eric check that movie out. I die and everything. Diatribe peaks. Did you know starting to live? All right. Good. Yeah. You die on Joey. Got dark season two. Martha question can I change my answer? Yes, I'm gonna go six days. So what I say. Anybody? You're all good locked in to six months, Eric, obviously. Yeah. Thought it but didn't wanna say take two six. Yeah. Okay. Well. To recap. Eric is not going to win. Braden gave them too much crying change it. Or did. He. Month. Nope. Okay. That's fine. You're stuck with that answer. Dave went six weeks, fourteen hours undercutting Brandon by about two weeks. And this is crazy 'cause I wrote it down if I said it differently than you did Brandon. But it's eight weeks. Oh, you did. Thank you. Greg. I was like I was going to change my answer. Yeah. Lisin you still would want one month. I think yeah. I own stave. So you almost cost yourself now and happy I'm happy with my decision. It really worked out great. Everybody's so happy. Everyone's so proud of me. Yeah. Great. I love you gotta go. I in our final game of this evening. That's going to determine who the winner is today who all the prize is go to and that game is we haven't played it in a minute. But I love it. It's called Bennington, and it's named after legendary radio personality, Ron Bennington rest in peace. I'm kidding. He's alive. But he's great. And he suggested this game to me. And I love it. Here's how it works all name and actor actress, and then each of you starting with Brandon, and then we'll go to which way we'll go to Martha than Eric. And then Dave you'll go around and also will each of you get a chance to go. I in this game. But Brandon's going to be first in the first round. Oh my God. It's like watching the rock on that titans thing. He's good at explaining those things they have to climb on. I'll somebody you have to try to guess what's in their top three. Hopefully, number one top three movies at the box office of all time. Okay. Don't mess, dick. According to box office. Mojo dot com. How three in order after adjusting for inflation just one to be missed. Yeah. You name one movie you're hoping it's in the top three. Because number one's worth three points number twos. Two number three's worth one grit. And what do you think is in the top three Brandon? Of Mr. Zach Ephron. Oh. A big favourite and these parts probably. Oh shit. Call them the San Francisco tree, I'm gonna say. Can we say oh seventeen again? Okay. Probably teen again. Yes. Acts good job. Thanks. What do you think? Martha. Does anyone know the name of? Where he's in a fraternity next store to some neighbors. Don't like him. Call. Teller? Quiet VR p. Actually think it might not be in the top three. But I'll go neighbors. He's in that Eric old grandpa. Dirt dirty dirty ram. Definitely panel who's gonna help each other. I think let's all get through this together. So that your final answer already. OD? Down without? You know me. A day. What do you think what was that other movie? Oh, yes. That one oh, everybody's got their heads. But don't say them out. It's just between the people onstage. Sorry, if you didn't work. Hints is that legal? Oh, we you. Stop saying something then I'm gonna I'm gonna have to. Oh, I'm gonna have. But no, there's no lifelines this. Then then Natalie apologies, I'm gonna have to go with neighbors to. That's the only that's a smart if it's in the top three. Yeah. We'll see got a written down right here is this just one round of this game. No. It's going to go on for. Go for hours. Let's see how much time we got left. Yeah. We got time not ours. But it's gonna go for four rounds. And then a tiebreaker if. Yeah. So everybody has these shot at doing well in this. So far, it's not going great. But we do have some points on the board because coming into number three is neighbor. This looks good for me. You think the sequel made more than here? Yeah. Does that happen? Yeah. Empire Strikes Back. Maybe that brings a bell. I bet you after Jesse for the ritual Star Wars is still why don't you shut up? Okay. So Martha has gone point. Cubby get it. Number two for Mr. Ephron is the greatest show, man. The greatest show. Yes. That was fun. I watched that in cable and have so many complaints. But I still like it come in a number one, Dr Seuss's the lower axe. New second on was in that. I'm has voice that should be in animated movie. Did he displays? I thought that it was like Zac Efron vehicles. What do you mean like credit cards as Dr? Top three car. I thought it was like top Bill Zac Ephron movies. I I mean, I wouldn't have guessed the Laura that's a shock on levels. One that Zack afri- in it. And to someone sought. Yeah. It was incredibly popular. I mean, it made more money than the greatest showman or neighbors. But let me just re explain or, you know, be clear with Brandon that it's you just want to a movie that they're in any way, shape or form. They're in it enough to be recognized. Sure, I'm not gonna put people that you know, like what's his name? But. No example, ready. But I think you know, what I mean. Okay. So what were we going in there? Okay. So Martha gets to go first in this next round. And she's the only one with one point zero zero. Crowd goes wild. We got a long way to go in short time to get there. Watch all bandit run coming in. Our second name starting with you Martha is the films of rob Riggle. Rob Brig hilarious dude on this show. Character actor peers in a lot of things also. Got any wriggles? I can picture hurt. Hurt him on the screen, but. Various I. Wary. Is he in? I don't see a lot of movies. So. He's in. I can't I've I'm gonna pass. Sorry. You're way out in the lead. So don't worry about it. What do you think? Eric twenty one jump street. Was wriggling that. That's I thought it was more than than me. I'm pissed. Going around that way. So go first last though. So that's that's always great. Who's next? You are sir me. What was that? They were like marines on horseback Afghantistan. Oh, right. I always every time. I saw poster that Lou I was like that's going to be a bitch to remember on my show. It's got a long title. Yeah. The men who wrote some horses into battle and it worked out, okay? And then. Oh, did they win that battle want? It. Why would you make the movie if they lost? That's not America. God. I don't know what that called but save a little trouble and say, it's not in his top three. You know, I love rob Riggle. What an Eric say. Twenty one jump straight. Just don't see it. But I can't any movies Rob's in. All he just kind of hops into stuff is always great. Okay. Brandon. Do you have what twenty one jump street too? Oh my God. Jumps through. I get to say it. Twenty two jump street. Did get to say that. But which one of us got got that guess 'cause I said, I gotta go to the judges. That's just me. Unfortunately. So I thought of one might be in. This is a this. We're whereas serious jokes in the show where everybody's playing to win. So I can't really help you out there Martha. But like I said you're still way in the lead. Cubby number three twenty two job stream. The Dow brands on the board with one and then robbery goals number two. Of course. While you guys in thinking, this is Dr Seuss's the Laura. That was the other guys number one. Wriggles got some bigger, and it's called his number one is the hangover. Oh, he's the guy that you know, tasers Zaqout fanatic than laughs about it with with Brody brody's. Yeah. Enjoy it the hangover. I love when I love seeing Brody where he just reenact that scene for. Yeah. You know, what they call this place? Loser. Vel hang over one. Hang over to end it funny. People got cut out of it. What about bag over three? I don't know. I. He's he's he's due date. Okay. Brody stevens. But that was fun detour. And for a recapping purposes, Brandon you have one Martha has one Dave and Eric are still struggling to be the journal. Yeah. You got this Eric where we at now. Dave gets to go first. Right. I do because I quit. I. Erica's first. Okay. What the fuck is with you people. Who went first on that last year? I think Martha Martha did I went I the first round. No, you're right. They're definitely should be fuck up. I did go. I the time. I read the handbook on the way here at a definitely isn't Dave. No, I didn't go because it was. But I passed that right? I so I should not have let her go first. But everything worked out great. Dave, you're up first. Okay. Because they're kinda one. Eric was last around. All right. So what what do you think of the films, can you? Tell me what's in the top three of the films of Ed Helms had Helms. Of course, the office was a TV show that he was on. Hey. Okay. Little louder next time though. Brandin the hangover two interesting. Martha I'm gonna get off the hangover train and say vacation, although I'm not entirely sure that's the title, but it is based on the old national lampoon vacation. But it's a new one. We did do that. Is it called national Lampoon's vacation? So I don't think this time round it was but I'd accept either. All right. I'll do both in. Eric, I believe at Helms had a small part in the forty year old virgin really with little confidence. What did he do? I it seems like some he being. Oh, okay. Right. I think he played Catherine keener in every other scene. It was a choice on a cool weird. But I loved it. Yeah. All right. Congratulations to whoever said the hangover. Yeah. It was me got three points for Dave. Because that's number one. And that congratulations to over said hangover part to believe was Martha. She's graduation getting Martha. So all right. So that's two points for Brandon. So that's exciting. And then. See his number three movie turns out, Dr Seuss's the Laura. I don't know. Everybody. But. Dave, dave. And Brandon now are in the lead in a tie with three points each and Martha has one and joining us. Thank you for being Eric and Brandon this is your chance to go. First, you could really bring this home because it's the films of Danny de Vito. Oh, that's short guy that he's in that. He's in not that he directed. Yeah. I don't know. He hasn't directed anything. That would be in his top three. So we don't need to worry about it. Batman, right? What Batman returns specific? Yeah. Everybody was getting so pissed off. I mean, they just no you gotta say the right word returned was wrong. But he is of course in Batman returns. Yeah. Martha. I'm Danny devito. I'm trying to guess between throw momma from the train and wins. And I'm not getting any. Response from the audience. Real interesting attempt. They're gonna to tell you. I'm gonna go with gonna go with. Twins. Now, you support that choice. I'm gonna say romancing the stone. So serious. Zero. I'm going to say. Jewel of the Nile. See cool, of course. All right. This is I really excited about what's going to happen here. Because. I haven't gone yet. I don't think you're gonna win. Fair enough. Sorry, natalie. What do you think Dave films of day veto now you've taken romancing the stone out of the running? Twins and Batman returns. The twins. That's how I'd say already picked this is not going to win. But it's a good movie war of the roses. That is good. He directed it. He's in it. Yeah. Good movie. Yeah. I liked that movie a lot. He's also cuckoo's nest. But I think that just for inflation probably be here. No. All right. So did you beat number one after what guess again? Oh to change it to the truth. That's the one God. Dammit. With said at the beginning day devito that short guy said he's like Laura, but I would be too. He'll the wheels turning. I was thinking isn't he the war axe? Yeah. He is the titular character's end award. He's. In the work. Yeah. Absolutely. Yeah. I should've I always say that about him day veto. He's the tit. Let's see how I want to reveal this. Twins. I'm sorry came in number five. The laura. Which is funny because that came in at number six Beatles been killing it. He doesn't need to Laura. Number three is Austin powers in Goldmember. I guess the other cameo enters got his number one one flew over the cuckoo's nest. Seventies was a glorious period for film right films like that where huge box office hits. Yes. I just wanted to be an old man for a few seconds. Yeah. Movies huge. And then they just for inflation. And makes it number one. But coming in at number two, you did at Brandon grad Batman returns. That means Brian gets a couple extra points bringing him to five total which makes him the winner. I am sorry. I ever doubted. You I know you did you. Did you guys? Remember that? Yeah. No. I totally doubted you, and that's what's great. I love an underdog story that I love this billing them softly poster very much, and it's actually got scoot mcnairy name on there. He's been a guest on this show. But one more time for bed and Wardell from winning. The building himself doesn't have shit head on the back. Do you want? Do you wanna ride down here or give you a pen and everything come on down here? Dude. How you doing Bill right right here on the stage. If you want you Gracia or black one take the black one. Yeah, right down whoever you want there for me to call shit head here at the end, and thanks, and let's say Hello again. Gets implodes Mr. Eric idle, Steen, what's. Tomorrow night tomorrow night we bear bears. Lami bear bears. Live. Which is that at the marines memorial for you. That's nice. No, I do like that place. I've been there a few times and might not to get y'all excited or anything. Right. Come by tomorrow night. I'd be so far sounds like fun. Holy shit. But thank you for being here. Dude. Dave foley. What do you got to plug story pirates tomorrow morning? What I? No. Isn't it true though, that a lot of pirates counts? Yeah. I mean, they still there. I mean, I can't remember the lyrics to the song. People pirates totally totally as as a breed. I'm not sure if they're bred, but somehow they get pirates and they're not nice. But your shows shows gonna be fun for the whole family. Yeah. It's a family fought of line. Totally fan your podcast. Also, don't say, okay. How's that listed on I tunes or whatever? We don't know yet. We haven't launched it don't say blank with Paul and don't say bike with pollen. Dave that because the blank could change. Yeah. But probably won't because that's a lot of work. Okay. Bill. Brandon. Yeah. But still my podcast. Listen to my podcast on the internet. I don't really have any exciting finish. Yeah. This is like, you know, this is I did my shows last night. So I don't really have any SF dates the plug, and I don't know probably won't be on the road until like March or something. But just go to just go online and search search my name and then go from there. Mind that a lot of people don't leave their houses are watching or listening. Follow me on all the websites. Yeah. Yeah. Go on the see if there's some Brandon Wardell in your area for I forgot to mention the who's live anyway, come. Come see those whose live anyway gigs. And and also the pretty there's going to be something coming up in this next year with the kids in the hall. Is it going to be a murder? Flickinger each other. At Martha Kelly. What do you got to plug tonight at ten thirty which is house a lot of people's bed times, including mine, I will be at cobb's comedy club with Maryland rice, Cobb and Perkins. And then I'm in a movie that may or may not ever get distributed. But it's suppose it's going to be coming out after the end of this month that's called corporate animals stars Demi Moore, and Jessica Williams had Helms. And so I don't I've never tried to promote a movie, I don't know if this is the best way to do it. But. I know sit on hardly being I haven't seen it might have been cut out. And then that's on the set of that movie. Did you work without homes? Yeah. A little talk a lot about how much money vacation made. Like to pin my heartbreaking loss on him. But I. Can I plug one movie? There's this movie. I love you daddy. And okay this. I'm sorry. Wait. I mean, absolutely not available for anybody. See, right. You can find. Yeah. Steal it. Because that's how I'd like to. Thank you can find it. Like, I think it's literally just all on YouTube now. Oh, really? Yeah. I don't I'm sorry. You know, I feel bad. This is it live or anything. Oh, it is just for today. Actually, right. I really thought yet a movie to pluck, buddy. Okay. And then what's going on with baskets? Martha the best show. We are shooting see them for in starting February. And then probably the all beyond the TV in early June. We might all be dead by then let's face it. But if we're not just because of Trump don't kid yourselves, but if we're alive it'll be on FX probably this summer. I love it. We will see you tomorrow at the Benson movie interruption. States free excited about that. I'm really uncomfortable to sex movie, and I'm super comfortable. So I can't wait. I be if it's anything like the first is not that much sex. And you could maybe run out of the room for a few minutes during the Cup for a movie that like claims to be a very horny movie, fifty shades of grey. It's like it feels like it was like written by somebody. That's never had sex. Because the girl would not sign the contract. That's how the first movie we saw my love contract. Think about it elevator doors close credits. What I sat through that. But we're doing we're watching the third one tomorrow. Bless you. If that was say for fans of the fifty shades of great franchise. Checkout porn. Just a suggestion. Looking at the clock. Why do we have a few minutes left? What did I do wrong? Because usually I time it out pretty good. And I forgot to ask you guys. Do you guys mind state for few more minutes? I forgot to ask everybody. What the last movie they saw was. So raise your hand. If you remember. Because it sometimes catches you off guard. It's hard. It's like that question for breakfast. I can with my wife. Yeah. What? The favorite was the favourite. Was he your favorite? I really enjoyed it. I really think I love I love the lobster was great movie. And I thought this was really fun and not the plug my own show. Again, they said Konta lot in it. Eric. Fall. I just saw the Popa Greenwich Village at the new reopened. Yeah. And oh my gosh. It was it did. Good. I had no idea. Eric Roberts was. Wow. So good. Yeah. He's phenomenally irritating in that movie. Van like, if you knew him, I mean, the characters very unpleasant guy, but he means well, yeah. And I went down a big Google rabbit hole. Eric Roberts and parents. He will literally do anything now where he will start in realtors videos, showing houses this is not a Joe hall. Proud of it. I think it's awesome. I think it's a character actor, especially pay us a little less nowadays. But yeah, if you have a home to show Eric Roberts. Yeah. Just show up, and it's my wife and kids for the day. And I go home, and hopefully, they sell the house. Check clears. And if you can't get Eric call me. If you can't call me my rates a lot lower. Yeah. Got to catch up on my wife. And then Brandon what was the last movie you saw. I'm like, I'm racking my brain. Right. It could be tough to think. 'cause like I go to the movies. It sounds like I've never been to the movies before been theater and movie. Whole thing. I mean, I remember I was like home for the holidays in lake showed. My parents eighth grade. Great movie what you mean you opened up your annual. Yearbook. Yeah. Wrong. Great. I think they do. Right. They have yearbooks that early eighth grade. Yeah, they have they have your books in school. What what about what we can't have your books? We don't do that in Canada. Yeah. Movie eighth grade. Oh boy. Good. Great. Yeah. I hope it gets a screenplay nomination Oscars. Yeah. That'd be cool. Martha what do you what do you think last night on the plane? I re watched Moana and it's fantastic. I actually did just I remembered what the last artist terms. She has a lot to say about it is so really good. Yeah. I love the. Are you going to say, no, I did just remember the last movie I watched and it's bad answer. But. I like I somebody showed me Garden State for the first time, and it sucks. Fucking. It's so bad original documentary or the dramatized film about in the documentary is that you grey gardens. Greg. Yeah. Fair. Why are you so down on Craig? Gardens is pretty good. Zach Braff to'real debut Natalie Portman was in it and mostly known for apparently like the soundtrack like invented takes you. Yeah. Like the soundtrack a lot of the shins a lot of like. Natalie random, she plays somebody who she literally in the movie is like sorry, I'm random, and I was like I got very I got really mad. That movie ruined. A lot of good music for me. Yeah. I can't listen to the shins down. No, it's and they're a good band. But. What do you think of the? You should put on shins and then watch grey gardens. Just just to write yourself with sin. That's perfect place to leave this one more time for Eric adults team. Dave Foley, Brandon Wardell Martha Kelly. Fail. Come get all your stuff. Holy crap. You want so much stuff? Come get it say at one of SAM's representatives, someone that knows Sam. 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