17 Burst results for "Jesse Ford"

"jesse ford" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

12:17 min | 1 year ago

"jesse ford" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Welcome back doubles I I'm Jesse Ford my guess is the comedian and actor ed Helms you've seen him in the office the daily show and the hangover movies his newest film is called coffee and cream it's a buddy comedy that just hit Netflix were you surprised when you became a movie star hi he absolutely yeah and I still I still kind of I still wake up sometimes sometimes it kind of hits you in the face with in some moment somebody says something or something and it still surprises me on the other hand it is something that I also started working towards since I was eighteen or so and and so there it Thursday that there is a sense that I think this is what I wanted I think this is what I was working towards but you just don't really know what it's going to be like until it's happening and even when you're working towards it it still feels like this impossible far away thing and even now that I mean you just said I'm a movie star I don't know if I'm actually you know official if I check all the boxes of whatever a movie star is but but there are times that I you know I still have mom moments of deep doubt and am am I am I in good am I contributing to the to the greater cinematic universe in a meaningful way and that you know you don't always feel like a movie star I guess I think the reason that I ask you that particularly is you became a you know a household name to the extent that you are when you were in the hangover and I remember going to see the hang over in a in like a press screening you know but it was at a regular movie theater and it was also just in advance hype screens there's a lot of non press people there was probably seven out of eight were just people who somebody handed free tickets on the sidewalk or whatever and I was excited about it because you were in it and because act often act this was an act and I was a I was a big fan of both of yours and you know I knew what can I say I was a comedy nerd I knew Bradley Cooper from wet hot American summer like most people and I think that like one of the reasons it was so successful as a filmmaker or artistically is because of how what fundamentally sweet performers you and and Zach are like I don't think anyone would ever be surprised at at Bradley Cooper being a successful movie star he's gorgeous and funny and a great actor you know what I mean my keep he was on a he was on a rocket ship to space one way or the other but the two of you like I certainly never imagined sack would star in a movie and you're so wonderful in the movie I was like oh gosh I guess I should have just been imagining that helps being in being the star of movies this whole time well how dare you not imagenes starring in movies what were you thinking so I did but I also remember like walking out of that movie and people the people around me were like flipping out over it like totally flipping out of red of rarely have I walked out of movie where people were so pumped about it but also like somewhere like toxic burrows who really seem to be taking the wrong messages from the film and I I immediately was like wow what a weird what a weird thing I've seen that has seen these select wonderful alternative performers who lack at homes and Zach Galifianakis you know Galifianakis in particular especially at the time just was making the weirdest work in the world other than that fell and it was wonderful just just totally great and Mike what weird sure to be hit a movie and you're like okay so everybody in the movie was good we did a good job and I think it's a good movie and also it's huge and exploding my career into the stratosphere but also maybe like part of the people that like it are R. D. like it for weird reasons you know what I mean sure that is a so it's such an odd way to be common like if that was your fourth movie that that would fit you are the star of you know well you know it's just one in a long string but when it's the thing that is in a way a big break what a strange situation to be in it's a special movie I think it's something it it what's unique about that movie is that it really allowed all different kinds of people to see themselves in it and to kind of you know to derive joy from it and I never forget being in the lobby of a of a motel or a hotel in Maryland or someplace like not long after it came out and there was there were there was a little bevy of older ladies like you know in their sixties or seventies and they were taught they were telling each other scenes from the hang of this is like maybe a month the couple weeks after came out there telling each other scenes from the movie and laughing about it I couldn't believe it I just couldn't believe that these these like old ladies were just chuckling about this movie even more I thought about it the reason that that movie kind of has its cake and eat it too is because it's a story of these these guys being really decadent and departure S. but then they get this sort of backdoor because they're also horrified by it right so the next day the as they learn what they've done which to like you know frat burrows all over the country they're just like yeah those guys are the best they had a crazy night out but then the grandma's see the next day when they're horrified by all the stuff that they did the night before and they they find that charming and so the formula of that plot I think was a little bit of a magic trick because it gave everybody something to latch on to and and I don't think those movies come along very often I can't I can't believe how lucky I was to be a part of that one its multi I'm Jesse thorn I'm talking with ed Helms he starring in the new movie coffee and Karim streaming now on Netflix when you unexpectedly became a movie star did you have some lake were you ready did you have some idea of what you wanted to do with this event thing that had entered your life I don't what I don't know I don't I don't know if I was ready I kind of like it did come back around again and just to be able to have a little more fun and roll with it I it was it was kind of an anxious transition for me and I did that that's not I think it is for a lot of people but looking back I do kind of wish I just rolled with a little bit more add a little more just fine and cut myself some more slack but I think I was very preoccupied with doing it right you know being a good guy through all of it and and not losing touch with my roots and all those things that stars whether their sports stars are movie stars or whatever get criticized for getting too big for themselves are getting you know just losing touch and all that sort of stuff I I was very adamant about kind of doing it right or something and I I but I didn't even know what that meant and I think it it made it a little bit I was a little bit hard on myself for it made it a little bit more I just was sort of cutting a tougher path for myself for no reason you know really if you can just navigate any of this stuff with some measure of authenticity then you win that's all it takes and there's so many pressures and forces on you to to kind of like either performance somewhere be a little bit different than maybe just to be an authentic and to to deliver on people's expectations of you but I've been I've been end of in and out of all those modes and and struggled with different aspects of it all you know I guess I'm still still have some measure of common sense left I'm clear trying to cling to I think we're all trying to cling to something right now I had a good job thank you yes yeah we aren't we just re grasping for anything do you play music around the house have you been extra yes yes all the time all the time I have guitars on different walls in the house that I can just grab at any given time I don't play banjo around the house very much because that's well as you know banjo is extremely irritating and less of a person claiming it in which case it's it's really really fun but I was going to offer an acquired taste and okay Sir that's a nice way to put it for for anyone within about a quarter mile radius of the banjo it's a it's a waking nightmare and so I I tend to to do that more in solitude but yeah I play guitar all the time my two and a half year old daughter is obsessed with instruments which thrills me obviously she's she's she can really play ukulele she can't make chords on she can really strong and it's just so fun to sit their shoes and try to make her dance with most guitar songs and whatever the grass if it what whether you like bluegrass or not and and it is it's not for everybody it's definitely for all kids kids will love it for some reason it just always makes kids dance and I'm so grateful that you took this time to be able that was really nice to get to talking it's always a pleasure Jesse I really appreciate it thanks for having me ed Helms folks coffee and Karim is streaming now on Netflix it's balls I I'm Jesse thorn if you have a computer or phoned in front if you do me a favor do a web search for the term dairy restaurant strong for the record is a kind of kosher restaurant that serves well Gary for starters other stuff too but no meat many observant Jews avoid mixing meat and milk to keep kosher so a dairy restaurant serves a really useful purpose but like I said look up the term on the web if you're looking for history on those places what kind of food they served you will find much instead you'll see maybe a few listings for restaurants in your area some travel guides but no wikipedia page no dictionary definition it's almost like they aren't really a thing or that they're lost a time but they are thing or worse at least there used to be a bunch of them in New York City and in other places where first generation Jewish immigrants came to the U. S. but cities change people change restaurants com restaurants go Ben catcher the cartoonist behind the wonderful brilliant strip Julius can apple real estate photographer remembers.

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"jesse ford" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"jesse ford" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's full time I'm Jesse Ford there's a new special on Netflix that I want to tell you about a comic named Tom Papa I loved it it's called you're doing great time spent a comic for a long time he played the comedy cellar in the early nineties he toured many times with Jerry Seinfeld and he has half a dozen specials on his resume this one though is a little bit different Tom has never exactly been a cynical comic he's always been the friendly observational type but on this special he worked hard to erase the cynicism from his act which in my mind is partly why it's so remarkable that it's so funny the essential message of you're doing great is that your doing great that the modern world is remarkable that we actually have beautiful lives and that maybe we just need to re adjust our expectations of what it is to be happy or successful also one heads up if it sounds like Tom and I recorded this interview inside our houses that's because we did record this interview inside our houses you might actually at some point here my dog barking a squirrel that's kind of what is going to be like moving forward for a little while here on bulls eye so well we're doing our best to to great conversation in times do special you're doing great much of his material focuses on the little triumphs in what can otherwise feel like a very mundane life time captures this perfectly in a bit about the sense of accomplishment you get when you finally remember to cross a small area like buying toothpaste off your to do list you run out of toothpaste you need more to face you tell yourself that for a week and a half.

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"jesse ford" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"jesse ford" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Bulls eye I'm Jesse Ford I'm here with the director Lauren greenfield she made the film's generation wealth and the queen of Versailles her new film the king maker is a profile of Imelda Marcos she's the deposed First Lady of the Philippines and now serves in the country's house of representatives when you walk into a situation where you are pointing a camera at person who is as charismatic and skilled at being a public figure as Imelda Marcos undoubtedly is how does it make you change the way you interact with them relative to when you you know point your camera at Joe blow off the street yeah you know it really did fundamentally change the way that I handled her in this film because I am really used to people telling me the truth I feel like in my work up to this point the surprising thing is that these rich and powerful people like David Segal or like Florian home in generation wealth kind of bare their souls and tell the truth in some way that allows us to understand why they do what they do and give them some humanity and give us some empathy for them even sometimes unexpectedly with Imelda Marcos it was a little bit the opposite that I realized pretty soon into it that she was an extremely unreliable narrator that she was actually spinning her own rewriting of history and in ways that did not align with any of the historical accounts that I read or any of the first person witnesses and we're actually a kind of erasing of history we heard in the clip you played in the beginning which said the past is the past in fact it's no longer there it's like she realize that people did not remember the past and they could kind of create their own past erasing the sins of martial law and of the corruption of the regime and and so I definitely let her talk and I think it's important for us to hear and understand the past in the history that she's kind of pushing forward but I also realized when I when I knew it wasn't true that I needed both to have the truth in the film and for the audience to be able to decipher and understand what was true and what was not and so I had to kind of contrast what she said with the other voices that were credible voices I want to play another clip from the film their king maker and my guess is lower Greenville director of the film and Imelda Marcos constantly is describing her life and her relationship to the Philippines in maternal terms and this is this is sort of an example of that she's talking about her lifestyle which is obviously ostentatious and you know the film opens with clips of her passing money through the window of her car two kids on the street and she somehow brings it around to her maternal qualities towards the nation always criticized for being excessive but does this mother being this is the spirit of mothering you can once before I love.

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"jesse ford" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"jesse ford" Discussed on CarCast

"The show on creating and they made a few of those i don't know how many but those were racing cars if you go to goodwood you'll see those cars on the track their dish year rear rams their beefier rear hips there's some vents behind the rear tire and also when you see the back of the roof when max patta shows us a picture this car when he turns it around and you see the back part of it you'll see the rear is not sleek it's clipped yeah so this car that are thirty six of these made this is number three and it says that number three we have a video we'll play it in the back on what you guys talk to you okay there's your rear end if you just first in its class and over one hundred over three hundred events i assume it means shows and stuff like that yeah yeah it's a great looking in a world where gto's are hot looking look at all right stop at their yeah this is the one that's muscular and hot looking for some reason reminds me of a corvette in the ties sixties linked sixteen corporates that well but anyway so they think it's going to look at that car you met person they think this car is going to get over four they have an estimate for an estimate it says in excess of forty five million is the estimate there's also the four gto came in third how'd that estimate how do we work that estimate out relive that moment the estimate there was no estimate four gt sorry we have an idea what it's going to go for undisclosed some yes what was my idea i think you said ten i said eleven eleven yeah i think you're i think you're right on the money you confirm that it was right i think it's right on thank you it is they've released that now it was ten to twelve really you understand max pat you understand that matt said to me what do you think that cars go for with no estimates third place at lemond i went eleven and then he went and called the guy runs the place and the guy said between ten and twelve now here's my question hey i got i got two questions how was i such a horrible student and also when i weighing in on something why is it generally dismissed or just that's your opinion now let's ask this homeless guy over here what he thinks i feel like my opinion should count as much as maybe thirty or forty opinions that's that's my thought that's my thing you're like a yelp review if you if you haven't gone to the restaurant your reviews worth one but if you've gone to the restaurant reviews worth more points that four gto is a tough one to guess because it came in gt i keep saying jesse ford gt yeah it's forty gt forty up because there is a ford gt now so now we're all of the road runs a gto gt of gt we're talking about one forty nineteen sixty six when they photographed the three cars going across the finish line at lamade together the third place car the gold one it's the already go auction so matt was looking up some shit and they didn't get their three across i think they wanted three wide photofinish did not get that because mclaren's just one forward yeah like a dish but anyway the the highest one had gone for like four million bucks five four point five million bucks or something like that this car came in third i've been saying that the ford gt forties were under value i agree undervalue but still came up with eleven you came up with eleven yeah you gave it some thought crunch some numbers and your melon and you came up with eleven we were right on the money well we don't know them right on the money we know that the auction house estimate we wanna see estimate going to be i said eleven and they and they say between ten and twelve yeah okay thank you although i guess i could've said between ten and twelve could of but what between ten and twelve this one new eleven eleven to all right so we had a good time to basically you can nail that but you can't get the sonos to work at the shop can never once never retired we sit there we both look at the.

"jesse ford" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"jesse ford" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Don't know prostitute you know she's kind of like a firm patel and i was not at all no guys it ever asked me out i was not you know whatever but playing that part i felt like oh i can be this woman who's like attractive and yeah i think it was away i was shot by and it was a way to get attention and express myself would you think that you were wishing you how to touch and elsewhere in your life despite your join us i think that you know um i'm sure that it comes from a sense of maybe you don't feel loved so you want to try to get love from an outside source you know or just that you feel so awkward and you want to um i find a way to be confident about yourself by doing something well so i would get kacin school plays in that did give me a sense of confidence was a different when you weren't auditioning for your drama teacher in your drama nerd buddies uh and instead you were in like a weird conference room in uh culver city well there's another factor which is this that okay i was nerdy in school i was in advanced placement classes with all the other really smart kids i had net gear for a certain point guys weren't really asking me out so i will go and additions and i'd be the cheer the beautiful chillier so in this alternate reality of me driving into los angeles in auditioning for roles i was actually reading for like beautiful girls that guys wanted to date which was not my reality in my high school it's bowls are i'm jesse ford of here with heather graham did one of them encroach on the other i mean did people in your high school notice that you were uh getting work as an actress well um the first movie ever did was licensed to drive with corey him cory feldman and i got that move united seventeen.

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"jesse ford" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"jesse ford" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Guess try me getting out or knowing somebody who wasn't it moment when we get to that collegeage which is a great reason to go to college right they're just two if you're from a small town especially in ah you know one of the things that i am struck by about you and your career is that as much as like for lack of a better word rocking out was tied up in these you know cultural ideas about sort of absurd masculinity you know whether it's led zeppelin are van halen in tights um you know whatever it is and when new wave came in and was another option it was often very beautiful or electronic um and you chose to lack continued to rock out like the fact that the the fact that that horizon opened before you when you saw the talking heads didn't mean that you abandoned like the ideal of wailing on a qatari you know by acted like led zeppelin laar and black sabbath ally ali glitz up on him blacks i was to their theory are awesome right yeah i'm just like get deters me because i grew up with the guitars being you know so prevalent in then i still liked guitars i also there's a lot of you know being from southern ohio and there's in my parents are from west virginia so there's a lot of um the appellation culture that i'm that was round like and there's a lot of qatar playing in that end there's a lot of women guitarplaying and appellation culture so it never got it there was never in my mind an idea that oh women plan guitars that's odd it's like of course the woman is playing itar because that's what you know bluegrass in being in the hill believes that my mom and dad grew up they were from the hall or in west virginia so that's what i mean families played music it was said the ideal of a female playing it itar would just be wouldn't even be looked at as weird if bowls are are jesse ford of talking with the breeder's kim deal what i want to play uh pixie song but i want you to tell me first how you ended up in the band on i had married somebody who was visiting who's working as a trans he was a.

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"jesse ford" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"jesse ford" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"For answers to these questions and so much more come over to pop ragged the pop culture roundtable show with me guy brannagh winter mitch all megat laplayer and care internson touches every wednesday on maximum bond up or where ever you decided to get your podcasts i'm not going to judge no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no i have not done nam nam nam nam nam nam nam it's jordan jesse go i'm jesse ford america's radio sweetheart toward morris boy detective helen hong the black panther whose yellow rachel cantu white girl jeff it's true true all route uh rachel cantu you've got a brand new record on the way i do um it aid it's nice of you to come by um it's been a great decade will fill you later weather what is that where do you get jacket last two years have been laura the away what's your uh what's a undecided men move what's a story with his new record wave would journeys have gone on the left in the past decade the question no it isn't ever literally at a ladder and i kushner really should have come up with a million more specific and we'll this uh this new record is very pop on it came from this past year i've been writing top line writing which means writing for other artists with other artists for their records or with producers to pitch to artists or to pitched a tv in film um and so i've been writing a lot of pop songs which has been really fun for me um i kinda fell in love with pop music 'cause i play at the children's hospital to and we do a lot of that modernday pop songs and you know across the board but that kind of stuff dc the kids light up at like how excited they get it katy perry or as well so it kinda gave me a whole new appreciation for these pop songs that normally like as a musician.

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"jesse ford" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jesse ford" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Negotiating that love in those relationships do you're listening to bulls i i'm jesse ford my guess are kuhail known johnny and emily gordon emily your parents have seen the movie the half camille of your parents in the movie yes when did you show it to the show this side like three or four days a very recently so this is where recording that says the release of the film is like imminent yes i mean the wide released of the movie is screened all over the all k the big boy relief for some time okay so now it's gonna be the widewide relief i just got very noor it's totally fine my parents out out while ago at his parents out more he i just had my parents sia i'll know basically like ten days before the the small release i had my i i i had set my brother over to be like watch this with them and make sure that they don't freak out you say a rubber like as a tour guide kind of as sort of a uh cut therapy dog more something we other thanks be like via just go and macomb feel okay about this because it is a lot for them to deal with because emily your character your parents in the film are a played by two beloved actors yes ray amato and holly hunter may not i i would watch any movie in which holly hunter played me even if it was me as a serial killer absolutely a and b you have you can offer your parents more remove men camille can you can say look this isn't your this isn't you this is this is a holly hunter and ray romano doing their thing i on whatever serves the plot komail your parents in the film you have less distance to offer them as an explanation that's right it's personally right i mean that near father in the movie is a legendary bollywood actor and so he kind of brings his own he brings just as much ray romano flavor to that part as ray brought to my father's part i.

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"jesse ford" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"jesse ford" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's balls i on jesse ford were doing something a little different this week we've picked out some of the best stand up comedy of 2017 and were sharing everything we can fit into an episode this wake up next shane taurus change been doing standup comedy for a decade now it looks like he's just beginning to break through you might have seen him when he was a contestant on last comic standing or maybe even performing on i afc's comedy bang bang earlier this year he was featured on comedy central presents in his debut stand up album established nineteen 81 dropped this past september if there is a guiding principle in chain towards his comedy it's the idea that you have to stand up for the little guy even when the little guy is little guy fear this might be some one of a controversial opinion but can someone please explain to me what the guy vieri ever did to anyone because people down there dude all the time and as far as i can tell all he ever did was follow history if in search am power rude people are to this celebrities share they make memes in the tweet leslie and they have terrible blogs and he didn't do anything wrong here's what he did to liberal madison he started a company worry hires everybody he pays more than minimum wage it gives health benefits before it heads to he has a nonprofit where he give pretzel making machines to inner city school so they can fund raise i know that one sound like i made it up but i swear to cry from he has worked with special olympics lease and on top of all of that he is officiated a day one meeting book because he has flags on his shirt everybody tall over and what the member of nickel back and by the way what did nickelback.

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"jesse ford" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"jesse ford" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"It's balls i i'm jesse ford were doing something a little different this week we've picked out some of the best stand up comedy of 2017 and were sharing everything we can fit into an episode this wake up next shane taurus change been doing stand up comedy for a decade now it looks like he's just beginning to break through you might have seen him when he was a contest in on last coming standing or maybe even performing on iaaf sees comedy bang bang earlier this year he was featured on comedy central presents and his debut stand up album established nineteen 81 dropped this past september he's also a writer on saturday night live and he wrote what might literally be my favorite snl sketch of all time wells for boys google it if there is a guiding principle in shane towards his comedy it's the idea that you have to stand up for the little guy even when the little guy is little guy fieri this might be somewhat of a controversial opinion but can someone please explain to me what the guy feehery ever did to anyone because people on that dude all the time and as far as i can tell all he ever did was follow history if in same how rude people are to this celebrity chef they make memes in the tweet misty and they of terrible blogs emily didn't do anything wrong here's what he did to liberal madison he started a company worry hires everybody he pays more than minimum wage he gives health benefits before he heads to he has a nonprofit where he gives pretzel making machines to inner city school so they can fund raise i know that one sound like i made it up but i swear to chrysler.

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"jesse ford" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"jesse ford" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Then in a wooden com plus holiday advice from the creators of my brother my brother had been in mere the pop rocket crew cook you up a hot list of must see holiday and there will be some talk about diehard there's it is like just a completely obligatory at this point that's all coming up on both let's go king the maiden and it's bull's eye on jesse ford like a sweet holiday onion there are a lot of layers to mr and director here's the anti richter you probably know the longtime sidekick to conan o'brien the actor with memorable roles on arrested development or in cabin boy the star of and director controls the universe ease really funny guy he's also a sincere lover of the holidays pretty much however we celebrate them he was gracious enough to come by last year to talk about all that with me to get in this spirit let's take listen to a little holiday bit from andy on conan on tv s says really need that much set up it's called andy's holiday scam watch and you gasic andy is about to tell us about some classic yuletide scams cohen this first ones called the letter trick your children's dark writing letters to santa claus asking for things like gain boys and hubbard boards well you don't wanna disappoint him singing by those things santa gets all the credit and you're out six hundred box straw let's not really a stamp this next scam is called the parent trap in richter welcomed a bullseye it's great to have you on the show it's great to be here i taken me long enough what's my problem you've been a you're on you we talked when you when koehnen move to tbs you albasha right but there was a million years ago before you move hata myodil have my own off that's right that was when we were in a sweaty bedroom near hessam now we're in this sweaty murder bomb yeah yeah and the portable studio ultra or the show now are you a.

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"jesse ford" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"jesse ford" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Chatter for a beer which is very nice leaked from sean marcy in frederick maryland along the same theme asking that you in the gang send happy thoughts to good friends in st john's u s virgin islands you're from the dc area their son cj was on your show on nine eighty in the mid to late 90s even gave him a shout at the year and right up in the post the family has been the virgin islands for several years of the proud owners of the soggy dollar bar one of the most famous bars in the caribbean unfortunately erma nearly washed it away completely everyone a safe at the damage has been done anita from alaska lived in saint john is a child in we spent the past two days commiserating pulling for everyone in the virgin islands flawed and anyone in her pair from jesse ford in philadelphia pennsylvania as you recently mention that you didn't know what was really on the menu at chatter when tory asked if there was an armored on the menu i thought i'd win some help to investigation into your missing green tomatoes i saw with the staff chattering particularly the kitchen staff on the lunch menu there is delicious delicious sounding starter fried green tomato so i didn't no might from burke virginia said that he said i showed up for breakfast the other day but chatter was serving the menu from exactly one year ago so i left and the icu likes to crush me whenever ponta in guilt been in roxbury connecticut my husband and i have been actors our entire careers with some modest success i use my maiden name which is how most people know me we have three children to find lads in a daughter who is also an actress and as one of the leads on a net flicks new show called glow i've heard about that all right us ruling league school clinton getting a lot of notice and i now identify myself his betty gilfriend's mother wherever i go don't get me wrong i'm quite pleased and proud.

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"jesse ford" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"jesse ford" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's balls i am jesse ford we'll get back to my conversation with steve coogan after a break but before we do let's take a look at pop rock and pop rocket of course bullseye sister show over here maximum fun like a chatty version of bullseye every week on pop rocket we give you a panel discussion about pop culture that is brilliant fascinating and very funny our host his guide random he's a stand up he hosts talk show the game joe untrue tv hey guy what's profit on pop rocket this week hey jesse this week were throwing a baby shower for our very own margaret waffler in other words we're going to be giving her very best pop culture recommendations for the next generation sounds good congratulations margaret wild ler pop rocket get it wherever you get your podcasts you're listening to bowls i guess he foreign my guest is steve coogan he and i spoke in 2014 he's probably best known to comedy fans as allen partridge he's also appeared in tropic funder in the night at the museum movies his latest film the trip to spain comes out next month i will also i i really loved this television series that was also transformed into a movie that you did a year or two ago called the trip and it's about aversion to a fictional fictionalized version of you and a friend of yours in and fellow comic from the uk named rob bryden and going on and uh going on a trip to gather through the uk eating it fancy uh places to eat and uh i think your character as i remember it is reporting for a a blog or something like that and the show is essentially just conversations between the two of you and this is one of those conversations um and i it's about what your companion rob would want for his funeral we will leave it there eight oab created i think i would i would ally to be burying so that i have a headstone like elvis but i think that.

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"jesse ford" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"jesse ford" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"In our luck or whatever and i don't know it's at you you just don't know when the older i get the moral look back and i think well how did i do all listen while was new of the one the gutted do so much of it and i don't know the answers to those questions except that i know i never stopped working a stealing stop tonight stopping until off kill over somewhere you're listening to bowl sorry i'm jesse ford my guest is dolly parton was having children of your own one of the things that you had to be sacrificed to have this career to be honest with you it was because if i had children i wouldn't be here probably talking to you right now because i probably would have been a good mother luck of most of the women in my family are in an muhdad was like a great data revert voted dark children and if i had kids um will put it on hold for a while we were just try not to have kids thin thinking that we work on have kids above the tom got the be that tom than a we didn't have kids but now we're glad we didn't because so now we have each other my husband nine we've got all these nieces nephews and brothers and sisters and of all these relatives with their kids that we you know we try to help with schooling or anything else that we can end we babysitter lot would take him places will do stuff with them but least we can we get sick of weeks in homes saying we love you call mom see later but it's those kinds of sacrifices that you do have to make but i don't regret it i do not regret.

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"jesse ford" Discussed on The Turnaround with Jesse Thorn

The Turnaround with Jesse Thorn

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"jesse ford" Discussed on The Turnaround with Jesse Thorn

"How many times us this happened the use of new whether it was better to be too hot to cold or who the best james bond was the girl would have gone out with me now you can with we got those with mark in how the podcast from maximum pond dot org every tuesday hey lowest it's joey the press james bond was daniel gregg it's better to be to golden zero takes me got this remark and how only a maximum get fine podcasts it's the turnaroundeive jesse ford i'm talking to the oscarwinning document taryn errol morris what are you notice when you look at spoken language on the page or when you're writing spoken language how people are wrestling with the themselves thing with the believe or don't want to believe it becomes a different kind of enterprise than just reading for example discursive writing and in my movies and also in my writing i've tried to capture something of that i'm not sure how successful i've been i know that that i like my movie is the movies that i do like i'm not sure how many of them i actually do like but the ones i do like there's a remaining mystery in each one of them about who that person i have interviewed really might be i know one of the reasons i remain fascinated by the fog of war is i found myself really liking robert s mactan air this person who i had actively demonstrated against the university of wisconsin.

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"jesse ford" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"jesse ford" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"This week our host is novelist and entertainment journalist margaret watt bler hey margaret what's pavin unpa brock at this week hit jesse this week we're going to talk about the lisi hazy days of summer basically everything slowed down there's not a ton of new tv out there there are some great movies we talked about wonderwoman already by there are lots of things that are below the radar things that were catching up on things that we think our listeners would love to know about so we're going to cover this sounds from margaret grab pop rocket wherever you listen to podcasts the phrase to search for pop rocket you're listening to both i am jesse ford my guest is catherine o'hara she's an actress she's a veteran of the second city one of my favorite interview guest ever she and i taught in two thousand thirteen you left sctv before it was finished why did you decide to leave i swear it was to try and meet somebody in me begin mary really yeah that or maybe i'm just lazy and it was too much work i dunno did than i did feel that way at the time i remember really by that time andrey was married and had kids in the guys who are i think most of them were married an and that was my life i just that's all i did and i guess it hit mayor slowly beat slowly smacked me the that that okay'd okay then what then when he doing this going to end at some point what are you going to do i can only imagine how allconsuming it was i mean i mean it was all consume that it was great in at that age i've of often thought since that early twenties is just a perfect h be doing that kind of material not for the most part you're not married you don't have kids he of all the time the world to devote to that and his perfect as a job as boss to hire people that age to it and you're also young enough that you're.

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"jesse ford" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"jesse ford" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Here's another track from big boys new album called mike jeff pib's delay myth hollywood tuesday mess with the lighthearted with tote every to me no pum enough joke that the president thought paul capped home the gangland sat you'll it's walls i am jesse forward that my next guest is catherine o'hara actress we originally talking in 2013 as you're about to here she kinda hit the ground running pooled it's bulls i am jesse ford my guest catherine o'hara has spent a career perfectly capturing the magic of the slightly cockeyed from her work on sctv to the improvised vote document christopher gassed fred not physically prefer with a cockeyed perspective the best way to start okay yeah i'd your fast go way i sent it okay here we go from her work on sctv to the improvised fode documentaries of christopher gassed she's inhabited beautiful confident characters and are just slightly perfectly off and of course there's also this leading role in home alone which remains one of the biggest comedy hits of all time here she is with her former sctv cast mate eugene levy in a scene from best in show she levy arc hosting a birthday party for their norwich terrier and they're singing a little norwich terrier song god charrier yes aid does tara that's me trusts them all terror d i n truth a game their love to you god did miss and stitch be a dog or be at its when he made the rich merrier with its cue daria yes god terry o'hara welcomed to bulls i'm so excited to have you on the show take care of scared i want to play a clip of you on sctv.

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