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"jim rash" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast

GSMC Television Podcast

04:12 min | 3 months ago

"jim rash" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast

"Concurrently doctor psycho leaves the crew to exact revenge on harley Under appreciating him and manages to take over gotham with a para demon army. He obtained from dark side to stop him. Harley joins orces with the justice league gordon and the joker reluctantly restoring the ladder back to his former self in the process. Although psycho is defeated in the end he retaliates by revealing harley. An ivy had sex right before the ladders wedding with kite. Man in other words. Poison ivy's wedding. And the rest of this overview is basically going into spoiler territory the episodes. I'm gonna stop here now. That is basically what happens and yet. It's a really good series. Now let's talk about the cast though. The main cast is kaley. Cuco as harley quinn lake bell as poison ivy and charles allen too i can as the joker klay face clan german doctor trap condiment king and tony hale as doctor psycho felix lost Then we got ron wound. Chaz as king shark. Jason alexander is shown by barkman and jv smooth as ranked the plants. They're all very funny characters. Supporting characters are dying. Vander as batman. James abney as bain and chas ion and rat carter tertia campo as twenty young and m. o. n. i c. a. barina cuco as bat girl. Andy dale as to face the president mister miracle and darryl brown rachel dr ch- as nora fires and clean pulled. Janine lor esposito as lex luther. Sean you're born as joshua coal pot. Mary holland as jennifer and tabitha. Tom powder as alfred pennyworth. Michelle ironside as dark side way night as penguin. Raw cowley as the scarecrow. Bill larmar as jason paradox. Black manta lewis fox. Brian samson sharks. God shawna latin as cattleman vanessa. Marshals as wonder woman. Ganta joey day. Christopher meloni as commissioner james gordon alfred mon- land as mr freeze matt oberg as kite. Man killer croc cagey beast. Jim rash as the ridler stand. Mr eisley will sh As maxie zeus rory skull as gus wanda side cast as the queen of fables jacob. Tremblay at robin and james walk as superman. The guest voices. Are charlie ambler as nick quiz and grandpa qualls chris. Damn man took poa as aquaman suzy. S men as sharon quiz zell or grandma quiz l. Moore halfway as marcus. Jamie leo. Gammel as heiress tommy kinney as clay faces hand. George lippo's as himself dustin makhado as been a collie mando as himself. Narrowly morales as lois lane. Brand morris as victor size frankie muniz as himself. Susan now camera as realtor rain perman as golden joanne. Halt as klay singing. Scott porter as the flash nicole sullivan as mrs kabul pot. Benjamin tally tavern as debbie. Day jessica walter..

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"jim rash" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

07:09 min | 10 months ago

"jim rash" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I am joined by Mac We are the Mak ng do program and in this half an hour we're going to continue our cinematic and goopy awards for the year 2020. Mac. The next award up here is very oddly titled, but I'm gonna go with it anyways. And that is the like of Bossy Award. He scores the best movie score or soundtrack on the year. And for those of You who are tardy to the NHL party, Mike Bossy is the all time leader in goals per game. Yeah. Wow. I did not know that he was, of course, Leader of those New York Islander teams. That one. What was it three cups of four cups before early eighties before, so that was a hell of a dynasty? Yeah. I don't know what you're thinking. I don't know what you were doing. When you came up with the name of this award off. You're watching NHL classics, but no, I said to myself, I want to talk about scores. Who scored the most goals per game, Mike Bossy. I've never heard anyone site goals per game before you're the fraud. That's because everyone's always like gold total, or, like total rushing yards. Emmitt Smith. He played for 40 years and get him out of my face. Let's go play for the Cardinals, Ohio A Craig be Geum Mac. First up for best score is Tenet and, you know usual, Zimmer slash Nolan affair here. My only issue with the movie When it comes to the score is at some points. It's too loud and you can't hear the dialogue. And then I was saying to myself, Is this an issue with me and what I'm streaming on? And then? Apparently, no, it is just the thing in the movie they tried to drown. It's on the dialogue with score, all right, just to make it more confusing. Exactly. They don't want you to hear what's happening. The next one. That might be the winner and that his soul Yeah, and I guess it's the Academy Awards in a couple months. Those were probably the top two nominees because they're really the only two movies with a hell of a square that came out in 2020. Yeah, we talked about so last week. I had a couple nominees here that don't really count. First Hamilton There's no real score. I mean, there is the sound tracks. It's a soundtrack, but, yeah, they're singing songs and into that point they came. Staten Island has a heck of a soundtrack. But there's no like score in the movie, so I just figured I'd mention them here. But if you think tenant is better than soul, I know it is lieutenant. Okay? All right, because I would even say that like when comparing Tenet to Christopher Nolan's other movies, because maybe that's how we kind of do this Score wise. It's not quite there with like the Batman movies or inception at all. Cause inception. Had that musical cube that really put it over the top that Yeah. Yeah, well, I think what probably happened was known was trying to explain the movie to Zimmer. And he's like, I don't really get it. So I'm just gonna do what I want. You see the interviews for the movie with the actors. No and them saying so many times like I actually don't know if my character's alive or dead at this point, a Mac the next one up is the stop. It's already dead Award. This is to a movie franchise that was already dead, but they still made another movie. An easy one. Here is new mutants. The movements must come out. What? In 2017? Yes, I think ended 2017 and I got bumped back two years 2.5 years and they still released it and it was still terrible. And none of the actors and actresses wanted do press for it. So no one sorry no one has been saying is that when they eventually did do press for it, they had seen the movie or a cut of the movie four years ago. And they're all trying to like, Think back to what's in the movie, and they can't tell you what's in the movie on because they probably shot it another year. Prior to that, so was so far in the past. It's so funny. But I think a pretty good nominee as well. And new muse is deserving of the win just D. C. In general. They give us birds of prey this year and they give us wonder Woman 1984, and all those two movies do is complicate everything. Just completely conflict. Well, what d C is trying to do What I appreciate them doing with these two movies is it made the studio now say we're going to make to Batman movies a year. No, we're just gonna make to Batman movies. Not a year now. They're due to a year. So I think you know, d c sort of dead in the water. They really are at this point other than the two Batman was playing. I'm gonna go with new mutants. I didn't find new minutes is good. Yeah, they deserve this because I mean, they could have gotten it last year, the year before. Yeah, but you're really not one not two. Not three. Mac. Next one up here is the Darth Vader Award for most memorable villain. And we have homeland er from the boy's storm front from the boys. The Riddler from the Harley Quinn show who I think might be my favorite because what he does the entire season. Played by Jim Rash. He has talked about how shredded he's gotten and check out his calves. And that's it So I might go with him. And then you go with the invisible man and the invisible man, The Russian guy in Tenet. Jerry Reinsdorf or Jerry Krause in the last dance. Carole Baskin or J. K. Simmons, as Roy from Palm Springs is good is J. K. Simmons was his Palm Springs in pumps raise. He ends up not being a villain. So I guess we got to rule him out. I almost feel like Homeland and storm front. Cancel each other out. Yeah, Home Lander was better in season one. You know, Let's remove them. Three invisible man was good, but the way it ends makes me not want to make him it. Jerry Krause would be a really funny one. But I actually think you did a great job managing the cap. People hate him because Jordan still in four years left Jordan still it four years left. I'll tell you this, and I might be in the minority here. I came away with a worse opinion of Jordan after the last dance, and he does not care about anyone else. That's fine. He was the winner was Michael Jordan. Yeah, I think less of Michael Jordan. So the answer of Jerry Cross now, so it's not the camp EJ Krause. So the answer is Carole Baskin. It's 100%. Carole. Baskin. Carole Baskin is gonna go down as one of the all time great villains. Yeah, who even cares about 2020? People will be talking with Carol basket for next 60 years. I cannot argue with that. Although I do love the Riddler and Jim Rash, I do have to say it is Carol Basket. Next one up. Mac is the hero of the year. Oh, award. And we have the man DeLorean. We have Luke Skywalker from the man DeLorean. We have butcher in the boys from the boys. We have Neil from tenants. We have Michael Jordan from the last dance Who Mac now believes is the villain in that. Movie. And we have rosemary That's gonna beat Yeo from trial four. Now this might be recently bias, but I do think the best hero of the year. Might be Neil from Tennant played by Robert Pattinson. Whoa! Yeah, bold statement. But let's let's run through here. First of all part of what I'm saying..

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"jim rash" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"jim rash" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Hugh Hewitt, joined by former Senator Jim Talent, Jim, I gotta cover two things with you quickly. This morning. I wrote a column in The Washington Post will be on the landing page later about how important it is for Mitch McConnell, Be majority leader in order to save the judiciary from radicals. Am I right? Oh, absolutely, because I think he's proven. He knows how to handle the confirmation process in a way that will benefit the courts in the people. I think he's the best majority leader we've had since Bob Dole and probably as good or better than Bob Dole. So, yeah, I agree with you more. Now, But the ability to bottle up the most radical president elect bite nominees in judiciary is what I write about and that is legitimate, and I think that's going to happen if the leader remains in control. Yeah, I think so, too. As a matter of fact, what will happen? I think they'll work into a situation where Biden doesn't nominate. In other words, it constrains a little bit who he nominates in the first place if it's handled correctly, and I think Lindsay Graham will handle it correctly. So you're right on by. I think it will also ensure that kind of searching examination. We need to some of these executive branch appointees. In particular in foreign policy, and I loved your questions to my Gallagher. I wish we could have had the answers, but like the questions Hey, you can I can I just That's where I was going next, Lincoln Your question. I would ask Tony Blinken and I would say, Look, if you don't answer this question correctly or answer it intelligently. I'm not voting for you. And it's this. Okay? How can you continue the Abraham accords unless constraining Iran is your top priority in the Middle East. How can you constrain Iran without the sanctions? How can you continue the sanctions if you reinstate the JCP away? Actually, if you don't answer that question, and I don't mean a lot of gobbledygook, Okay, I'm not voting for you because I'm not voting for somebody who's going to scrap the most successful Middle Eastern policy in 20 years just because it was Donald Trump's policy. It's a simple is that do you think there's a danger they will reject it. It's a huge breakthrough. The Abraham according to the most significant development, the Middle East and 40 years Right? And at least since the end of the collapse of the talks of the end of the clan administration, at least 20, and you're right, probably 40 years. I think there is because there said they want to re impose the JCP away and you can't do that without lifting the sanctions. And if you lift this up sanctions, the whole coalition falls apart. I mean, I think the best we become irrelevant in the Middle East. At that point. What about the F 35 to the United Arab Emirates? Jim talent, I think that is a critical part of the whole mosaic of what's going on. Yes. I mean, the broader strategic issue here is that what Trump did was reconstruct the partnership with the Gulf States as well as Jordan, Egypt and, of course, Israel. On the basis of which the Middle East is managed, and we can have some kind of peace in the Middle East. So you have to sustain that partnership, which you know includes the U. S. A. And and that includes appropriate kinds of sales of arms, etcetera. It's all part of a broader strategy. Jim, what do we do this when he did the JCP away? Member, the FDR Churchill Destroyer deal. Number what we did there. In the United States fly. However, many have 30 fives We currently have in the inventory to you, eh? Let them take delivery of those and then back order what we need Well, yeah, I think this could probably they could probably find a way to do this you but the issue is, if you have an incoming administration that's gonna be hostile to the underlying strategy. You know, on the basis of which we have this policy, the policy is in trouble. I mean, this is why you have to during the confirmation process. Ask Tony like you have to push him hard on this and it's not partisanship. It's just that they're going to dump this policy just because it was Trump's policy. Okay, then we don't need him a secretary of state. I would really push hard on that issue, And it will matter if if Jim Rash is the chairman of the of the Foreign Relations Committee. Now I understand your point of view, but I want to go back because I'm an incrementalist. I think it matters to deterring Iran a lot. If those have 35 get to you. A sure has it ever happened that we've just taken inventory that we possess? I mean, the the Air Force will go nuts, right? Everyone will go crazy if we take 40 F 35 out of the inventory, but we can replace him if they get there, right. But one question I would ask you. I mean, in order to answer that on the legal issue, I don't know whether all the teas have been crossed and the I's have been dotted legally. We don't always sell the same variants. There's some things that we withhold brethren from countries like Japan. As you know, I just don't know whether our inventory of 35 of the kind we intend to sell to you, eh? I went. I don't know whether what all the legalities are and whether they get them all done before the end of the year. You know to me, It's it's so vital to keep the Abraham Accord alliance together. There's a reason Netanyahu went and saw the Crown Prince with Mike Pompeo. I mean, it's amazing It's an incredible breakthrough, and it occurred because Trump understood that that you could get a middle Eastern peace without hey, knew the Palestinians were never gonna come to an agreement because they didn't want an agreement. And so he plowed around him is Lincoln might have said right he negotiated instead with the Gulf States. And that was based on their constraint. They're they're strong policy to constrain your run, and they're strong policy to reduce the international isolation of.

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"jim rash" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"jim rash" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Markets of the restart for practice is going to be December. 1st now, unlike teams like the Atlanta Hawks, that Detroit Pistons that didn't make the playoffs coming here, you just coming at us. Come on. It seems like the Celtics and the heat in the Lakers. Those teams It's not. It's a quick turnaround. I mean, uh, these guys are the legs and the body going to be ready to come back and start again on December 1st. Well, Probably the teams that were in the bubble who went deep in the playoffs is gonna be a short turnaround. Especially won't be a challenging, like the older guys in the league. Stand down like LeBron You know who's going food like his 18th season? You know whose log heavy minutes throughout his whole career, who had a long playoff series this past season. Guys for that nature is it'll be a little tougher, but No. Those guys. They're confident pros. I mean, those guys that Jim rash they love to play. You know, these guys spend Some guys can over a million dollars on the body, the next artistic and ready for the upcoming season. For guys like that are pretty much don't worry about. I know it's gonna be a quick turnaround, but I know wants the light goes on these TV games. Come on, He's not gonna be ready to play. That investment in your own body. That's a relatively new phenomenon, isn't it? Marcus? From what I've been experiences definitely knew. No guys have definitely take care of the body. But the amount of money these guys Spending now and especially now, nowadays with the technology that we have for guys to news, no guy's personal workout guys, personal trainers, guys really invest in the body, And that's really the right thing to do is stay tuned for more of our conversation with former college basketball as standout longtime NBA player Marcus Camby. That's straight ahead on Bloomberg Business of Sports. Jason Kelly confined me on Twitter at Jason Kelly.

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"jim rash" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"jim rash" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"And that's China they are going to fill this vacuum they're going to put in the money that we have withdrawn and even if we try to re joined in twenty twenty one it's going to be in a fundamentally different terms because China will be much more influential because of our even temporary absence from it and any other construction of reality it is just putting you know it's it's a very very dangerous I guess I would say to that sort of it the US has been the most in general start to W. H. O. ring really since the beginning it's been remarkable the increase in China's influence within W. H. O. really over a long period of time that's been with the United States end of your show and being the most generous contributor to W. H. O. so the president made made a bold decision there's there's no doubt about that personally I hope that it will it will get the attention of the leadership of the World Health Organization and the scenario you just described will not come about that's at least my hope I just finally note we work continue funded of you H. for the last three years but we left our seat on the board vacant so it doesn't take a lot of imagination to figure out why China was able to get more influence if we were sending money but not sending anybody to sit on the governing board so we invited I'm not defending the fact the WHO's gotten closer to China but we essentially invited the Chinese to step in and fill the shoes of the United States given the fact that we weren't sitting on that governing board center actually have something to do that so I I would like to respond to that I'm actually alternate board member and I am sure I don't do nearly as good a job as a Senate confirmed person but that seat was not vacant I assure you and in fact investor Bromberg or it's predecessor the investor engineer but they're always there to fill that seat and doctors while who's the assistant secretary of health he was actually nominated I think it was twenty seven the team so he was nominated along time ago and we sure do wish we could have had him confirm sooner but he was just confirmed a couple weeks ago he was he was nominated last year and had to be re nominated again this year all right well I've I won't get into it argument over whether it is more effective to have Senate confirmed positions or not I would obviously argue that it is I'm well over my time thank you Mr chairman thank you senator Murphy missed committee chair Jim rash can tell you that I've got contacts with the W. H. O. and your suggestion that our our talk of withdrawing withdrawing funds might get their attention I can assure you it has gotten their attention has probably been your experience too clearly my experience so in any event we want to look forward as opposed to backward we're gonna talk about that in a few minutes but before we do that senator Kerr Democrat from Maryland well I hope I'm looking forward this chairman thank you very much for holding this hearing that me thank all of our witnesses for their service to our country on global challenges a U. S. leadership is indispensable if we're going to have the type of outcome that's in the interest of the United States and our security interests in this committee knows that best so that's why I was very pleased to see that we're holding this hearing it's true U. S. leadership that we have a safer world a more democratic world and a healthier world so many of us are very concerned as to how the United States responded to this global pandemic we've seen inconsistent information coming out from the White House and that's being kind to the president on a lot of the things that he has done in regards to this pandemic we have not seen the type of preparation or response to the pandemic that would be used as a model for the world to respond I think center came pointed out that pretty clearly in his questioning this is not an isolated example of the trump administration in regards to global affairs I could point to the immigration policy of this country and I was very proud that Supreme Court ruled the president's actions in trying to end the daca program was in their words arbitrary and capricious but we also talk about the president's trade agenda that initially put us at odds with our trading partners are traditional trading partners rather than trying to isolate China or the United States pulling out of the Paris climate agreement the only country in the world basically to pull away from that and now the pandemic so my question starts off with the effectiveness of US global leadership on this pandemic one other countries look at what's being done here in the United States how much influence do we really have in the behavior of other countries because they look at what's happening in the United States they see the president holding a political rally bringing lots of people together against the advice of the public health officials so how can we complain what's going on in other countries and my question is going to deal specifically with some of our largest country countries in our hemisphere who have those publicly reported that there are cases of COPD or are very much under reported and they have not taken the steps that public health officials believe is necessary in order to contain the spread of Tobit nineteen this is our hemisphere and we know this is a global pandemic how much influence do we really have and how much of concern or woody what's happening in our own hemisphere with other countries that are under reporting code nineteen and have not taken the steps of public health officials believe are necessary in order to contain this virus.

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"jim rash" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"jim rash" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Is not bringing out the best in people apparently when it comes to tipping on may the twelfth either posted an account from an employee who works with online orders and pick up at a Vietnamese restaurant in LA the person writes that people of reverting to old habits and barely tipping even when asking for special treatment such as bringing in order up to a car in the rain the issue is so prevalent that the onion of course which is a satirical media organization to begin with they tweeted out a photo of a restaurant receipt that had god bless our heroes written in the tip field and zero tip added to the bills total of fifty eight dollars and thirty two cents on Twitter people responded to the story sharing their accounts of tipping workers as best they can despite their own financial issues during the pandemic while others are outraged by the idea of tipping more claiming that ordering food for pick up did not warrant any extra cash about that you might issues out there I mean if you have the ability to tip you intend to chip well he should take care of these people make is they going above and beyond right and they are classified as essential workers but I know a lot of people have the tight squeeze going on now because they're either furloughed they're laid off for what have you but they've been cut back but if you do have the opportunity and Leah that means if you will to tip please to progressively when they can't the cast of community gathers for a special virtual reunion Jack let's play this one from Michele Pelino please Joe McHale series creator Dan Harmon and Alison brie join the rest of the cast of community forest special perch will table returns of seven Glover your vet Nicole brown Jim rash can John and Gillian Jacobs all return with the addition of the Mandalorians Pedro Pascal who subs for Walter Goggins who was a guest star in the episode titled cooperative calligraphy it takes place entirely in the Greendale community college library where the group gathers after the funeral of peers who is.

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"jim rash" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"jim rash" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

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"jim rash" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"jim rash" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"jim rash" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"jim rash" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"jim rash" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"jim rash" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Year but I'm not sure if I want to be there for a year. You are taking this quite I like. I love like you're planning decision. That's a few now does not make the decision fast. So so if you give them a menu of places you could spend a year of Your Life. You would be sitting there for a year while he made it select So that means like in the editing room and everything. You're the more decisive person. Let me just say I can be more decisive. I'm not saying that necessarily is the right answer because I'd be a little bit more impulsive so nat likes to consider things longer than I do because I think my approach to writing sometimes is just to like keep writing rewriting so in other words. I go one road. That's wrong you know. I don't take a beat and sometimes you need to take a beat. You need to step back and let me a map this out before I jump back in and sometimes the opposite is true but I would say that I guess I would say I'm probably a little quicker to say. Let's let's do this. He thinks and that's not a bad nat started with Europe. He hasn't even like we haven't even filtered down like no. We might WANNA move on. There's too many. There's a checklist of things he needs to know. I'm giving you Belgium fair enough okay. Who'd you invite to your Dream Dinner Party? Let's say to people man. This is a tough one. I know I know it's a tough one because I can't answer it myself but there's a there's a lot of people that I admire for. Of course all of us for different reasons. I would love Kate Mckinnon order. You know yeah yeah I mean I think like somebody like Steve. Martin would be really fun in mend. It would probably be funny. Which would make the night enjoyable And then in like some sort of like political person or somebody from history. That's done something like incredible You WanNa Mark Twain. Want somebody who's going to tell a great story. Yeah well. I'm so self absorbed that I be too worried about what he was thinking of me and listening invited into your home so mark Twain get his shit together and just remember that. You are breaking bread. Chilly chilly you're breaking Chilean. You you put beans in it specifically ACAS Mark Twain says I love beans. I think it'd be fun to have someone literary like that and then let them let them tell me about their book that I think that guest. Let's just say hey mark Twain I have not read any of your stuff and I apologize but I wanted to break with you engine Louis so that you could just tell me about some of the stuff you've written. Yeah we now have books on tape so I know that wasn't an option back when you were around. I'm sure there's got to be an essay on why Mark Twain changes name from Samuel Clemens. What's up with that mark? I that's what I would ask. Him goes back to what we were talking about names. You knows maybe someone said to him like you don't seem like a Samuel and he goes. I don't think you I felt I've always felt like a mark. Yeah so far. We have a half dinner party but yeah we got a dinner party. What about somebody awful? Just just to to what to tell them what you feel or just understand them more fascinating Lee awful like I dunno has gonna go Joe Exotic but I have too many feelings about that whole thing like bill like sort of in recovery from that experience that it's been yes I like literary greats. I like Like a musician. From the past that would be interesting to hear their stories. You know And if we picked somebody who was played a musical instrument quietly then we could all talk. Yeah they could do a set. Yeah Harp what's a quiet instrument well acoustic guitars not terrible. It can blend into ground. Yeah but like Mozart or you know that would be interesting now. I had issues with. I'd really WANNA get into it with Mozart Fair enough fair enough. You have that non standing hatred. No He's my Joe Exotic to put your example. How dare you? 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"jim rash" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"jim rash" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In Syria has now been raging for nine years the state department says over four hundred thousand Syrians mostly civilians have died some of the most vivid evidence of the death and torture carried out by the Assad regime comes from a defector he has made a secret trip to testify before Congress today and NPR's Tim mak has the story and just a word of warning this does contain some graphic descriptions this morning a former military photographer for the Syrian government will testify before the Senate foreign relations committee for two years he was given the chrisley role of documenting the debt ever since he's not himself in his precious cargo photographs out of Syria in twenty thirteen he's only been known to the public by the code name Caesar here's my what's Mustafa who heads a US nonprofit focused on humanitarian action in Syria for two and a half years Caesar took and collected almost fifty five thousand photographs of men women children and elderly tortured to death Caesar is testifying for his first time before the Senate and only the second time before Congress he first came to Capitol Hill in twenty fourteen his testimony is critical now says Mustafa is the last rebel held province in the country it live has been under months of Syrian regime and Russian bombardment what's happening in Syria has been the displacement detention and murder of countless people Caesar has been living in hiding in Europe ever since his escape from Syria and he's become a figure of conscience when Congress passed sanctions against the Assad regime late last year they passed what was called the Caesar Syrian civilian protection act but Caesar will be on his own today he'll be joined by Omar Shockley a former detainee of the Syrian government who endured torture and abuse for three years as a detainee Shagari was told to mark and moved the bodies of the dead just the smell when you go in with all these dead bodies and blood everywhere and there is maggots eating this dead bodies and it smelled so bad that you can't brief inside it's been six years since his family was able to secure his freedom from prison I see this nightmares every day so when I wake up while I'm alive I survived like being in the nights noticed the same thing as being in torture physically in Syria you just having the same in out fear and I wake up I touched my hands hit my face and it's like I'm still alive that's the feeling of freedom as the humanitarian crisis continues to grind on in Syria there's a bipartisan consensus that the Assad regime needs to be punished the sanctions against Syria passed in December by an overwhelming margin eighty six to six your Senate foreign relations committee chair Jim rash we know that there's been just tremendous human rights violations particularly torture what we're trying to do is again underscore this for the world in the meantime civilians are bearing the brunt of the conflict in just the last few months nearly a million Syrians were displaced from in the province Tim Mackey insure news Washington.

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"jim rash" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"jim rash" Discussed on KGO 810

"Alexa play KGO eight ten once again here's Marc top part of part of Michael's matter you have to be just in your post Oscar delight right and I'll tell you what it was a migration of movies you don't like a celebration of movies like that might not everybody by the way that a little I'm suffering from a hangover is an Oscar hang over I really wish I had been more excited about it but I was thrilled to see bong joon ho get acknowledged and then to get acknowledge again and then by the third time I was like what now I send us your knowledge of it yeah I love the movie Hey hashtag loss ever so sorry and I should immigrants they come here and take our award should I have to say I don't really do a British actors in a cafe once and I said the the exact same thing thank you for coming and taking jobs from hard working American actresses so let me ask you a question just because you turned us on to another movie that was overlooked as long as you know you Hollywood elites are going to vote these various films with subtitles into the Oscar winner's circle what happened to the film shoplifters I I think it may have been from the previous year no I I'm not really certain I always scheduled it's been a long time since I saw that one as a matter of what I was it that way and and and actually when a film is released in the year does have to do with whether or not when's doesn't it it does and he is he's a fine director Carita the Japanese director he's made some beautiful heartbreaking movies and he's oftentimes focused on families much like Paris ideals with two families in conflict shoplifters deals with a on a scurrilous bunch that basically makes their living off on the outside of the law by you know stealing and it getting by that way it's it's a lot but it's so it's a movie with so much heart it's got to see it so much more than that Michael's right about what it's about but Michael you you're going to turn me on to it it was just a it was really great and honestly I recommend that if you don't mind subtitles but you want an Asian film with subtitles I actually recommend shoplifters over parasite well I you know it's not apples and oranges it's more like a cherry blossoms in cherry blossoms but I think that I love both films you know what new movies coming out on Valentine's day weekend but we have a bit of a conundrum we have three terrible films and three good ones and you know I know people like to go out on dates on Valentine's day weekend and I just can't really suggest that they drop by sonic the hedgehog I I seriously the product on Valentine's movie any product driven forgettable disposable a hundred and eight minutes hundred mass however long it was and and it seems like it was constructed by committee it's got a lot of color in noise and it's built around this cute see kind of pint sized computer generated like blue alien creature who can move at hyper speed and he spent sell Starkey one liners and he's being attacked and and terrorized by Jim Carrey at listen imagine being terrorized by Jim Carrey I felt in the audience like I was being terrorized by Jim Carrey all right so sonic the hedgehog you pass on what else you have well here's another stinker are you ready for this down the hill now I lake well the will Ferrell and really promoting it trailers for early Louis Dreyfus you know I I you know she's been fantastic envy I mean I've loved her Selina Meyer but she has the benefit of our mondo we knew she creating and producing the show and doing some of the writing is a terrific staff in an amazing ensemble around her and she's delivered here you know she's she's thrust into the role of the wife of a of a kind of a husband who's very self serving their their marriages maybe it's on shaky ground and they go on an Austrian Alps vacation with her two children at the very beginning of the film this is does require a lot of yeah this is no spoiler there's a controlled avalanche and something happens that throws their marriage into free fall and then we can talk about it on a talk show the other day and and you see the trailer he grabs his cell phone first and said and runs from the scene instead of grabbing the kids essentially and that basically triggers the rest of the movie now I was shocked Jesse Armstrong who created and wrote much of succession which just won the Emmy he's the co creator of one of my favorite sitcoms of all time peep show he wrote the script based or an amazingly entertaining smart and and funny movie called force majeur which is a Swedish film it's leagues better than this and and how is that possible what did what did he do differently or wrong well to make this not as good a movies got a great cast yeah you thrust people who play unlikable so easily like will Ferrell and Julia Louis Dreyfus who played prickly characters in much of what they do and when they're the central focus there's nobody to root for they just start getting on your nerves it's not as windy you don't also it's Julia Louis Dreyfus and will Ferrell it's not some Swedish couple you never saw before dealing with their you know I see him all she was relationship so that takes you out of the narrative because you just were there still recognized and it's just not as well written honestly Jesse Armstrong you you disappoint me also what's weird about this is you it's co written by nat Faxon and Jim rash you were pretty able TV talents and they directed the film the only one who comes out on skate this Maranda auto the oz Australian actress she plays the sporty Austrian ski lodge entertainment director and she's filled with the kind of good energy and and she's very funny but man it it everything after the avalanche goes down hill I have a friend who thinks that the move the harder that if a studio promotes a film the worst the film as so and that's really kind of proven true that brings us to our third terrible film fantasy Iowa and which we were told the did not review before angel or nine thirty AM on Friday we have well that that's a definite red flag when they say don't review it okay so Blumhouse which is the boutique production company that specializes in horror decided to a movie version of the seventies TV anthology series fantasy island the we're Ricardo Montalban plays Mister Rourke who is a kind of I'm enigmatic fellow who selects people to come to his private island for vacation get aways that include on a magical realizations of their greatest fantasies and he has an assistant tattoo played by her village as and of course is tagline is the playing the plane well after twenty minutes of this I want to do a deep plane office would like because all my god it's so awful and and you there's craziness Michael Pena and we're gonna talk about San Francisco movies in a bit who's so funny and hilarious in the ant man movies for Marvel that are set here in San Francisco he plays Mister Rourke with a very thick accent of there are so many I rolling moments in this and I thought to myself is this actually lost I was waiting for the smoke monster to show up on fantasy island that's self horrific and grizzly and bizarre this was you know if they're going to make a movie version of the love boat what's it going to be like the hate boat I don't understand taking a property like this and.

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It's Sundance Time Again

The Frame

06:03 min | 2 years ago

It's Sundance Time Again

"Welcome to the frame. I'm Steven Cuevas in for John Horn. But he's actually sitting right here beside me because by the time you hear this. He'll be at the Sundance Film Festival. John Thanks for taking time before you pack your bags my pleasure. I love the fact that I'm here but I'm not here John. There are dozens of feature films film screened at Sundance. Of course tell me about some of this year's most anticipated entries. I'M GONNA lean towards documentaries if you look at the movies that are nominated for the documentary feature academy me where this year three of them premiered at Sundance a year ago. American factory honey land and edge of democracy. And if you look at the very first night at the Sundance Dance Film Festival. There are new documentaries from producers. You might have heard of Barack and Michelle Obama. They've called Crip camp which is about the disability rights movement. There's another documentary about Taylor swift and about why. She is becoming a little bit more political and that's just in one theater in one night. Well one of the documentary entries premiering at Sundance that I wanted to ask you about It's when it's trying a lot of controversy and that's the Kirby Dick and amy during documentary on the record. It focuses on the sexual assault allegations against hip hop mogul Russell Simmons. The film was being executive. Co produced by Oprah Winfrey set to be released on Apple. TV then Winfrey suddenly. He withdrew support and some say. It was under pressure from Russell Simmons. She denies this and says it's because of questions arising from one of the alleged victims. What's to become come of this documentary on the record? Well it is going to show at the festival I mean I think there is the question whether or not Sundance was going to pull it The fact that Oprah Winfrey withdrew her support that apple. TV Hit pause in. The documentary is very unusual. And Kirby and amy have said listen. We think we've made a really good good film. We don't understand what they are complaining about. All of the edits and suggestions up until the time. The picture was locked where minor little things it does feel feel like Russell. Simmons complained to Oprah about the documentary. It's unclear if Oprah thought it was unfair or that featured one woman story over others the Booze GonNa show but for a film to go to the festival with this much. Uncertainty is highly unusual. Yeah not to get too far afield on this but I wonder if Oprah pulling away from this the project could somehow damage her own brand in this in this era of me too. Well I think she has said that. She believes the women who are accusing Russell Simmons of sexual assault and harassment. So I don't think she's saying I am not believing them anymore. I think she has to her. Mind legitimate questions about the documentary. Yeah it is important that she is on board or not on board because her producing does suggest that there is a level of quality ability and credibility to it and the fact that she's leaving it does ultimately damage. I think the standing of the film Another film to ask you about. Was this four part documentary. On Hillary Clinton Clinton. It'll be available on Hulu. She will also be attending Sundance for the first time to do promotion for this film. What you know about it and you know any any buzz around it? I guess I know a fair amount about it I'm GONNA be doing. QNA With Hillary Clinton at the festival is a four part series. That has a behind the scenes footage of her running against against Donald Trump. But it's really about her political career and about how things stand today so words at all. Hillary is a participant in this documentary. It s you said she'll be at the festival and she'll be talking with me. She says a lot of the documentary. I hope she says even more when we sit down to have a conversation. There's one other film I wanted to ask you about. And that's a a little film called feels good man and it's an indie production looking at the rise of of this comic pepe the frog that was actually created by L. A. based cartoonist and it sort of became an emblem for the outright. Who took this image and kind of started using it for antisemitic means racists memes all kinds of really nasty stuff? What do you know about the film and Are you going to see it? Yeah I'm definitely going to see. The artist is named fury. And it's about how something something becomes an icon for hate. And how the artist behind that I contract reclaim it and I think if you look more broadly at a lot of the documentaries that are playing the festival a lot of them are about what's going on in the world right now. There's a new documentary about the kids who survived the park. Land shooting about what they're doing to fight against against Gun. Violence US kids. I think that there's another documentary called early. Bird it's about the helicopter news pilot Zoey Tur and about what her works has about the tabloid of news and the Oj. Trial Voice State is a documentary about seventeen year. Old Boys a thousand from Texas says who join up to build a representative government from the ground up so wherever you look Especially in documentaries. There are a lot of films about the current state of the country. And what we might do to fix it. And what are some of the feature films. You're looking forward to checking out. I know that things that are kind of top of our sundance card include downhill. This is a remake of the movie force majeure a Foreign Language move from a couple years ago it stars. Julia Louis Dreyfuss Will Ferrell. It's made by nat facts and Jim Rash. Who did a movie called called way way back not that long ago Vigo Mortenson who is one of my favorite actors hell yeah written directed stars in a movie called following that I think is partially in Spanish? So there's nothing Vigo can't do. There's an Anthony Hopkins movie based on a play called the father. There's a movie about Gloria Steinem in many different iterations directed by Julie. Taymor you might know her from the Lion King. You know the other thing that we should talk about our number of movies that are going to sundance that are looking Ford distribution and one of the things that a lot of people forget is that Sundance is not only a film festival. It's a film market and it'll be really interesting to see given how a poorly some of the movies from last year as well at the Box Office if the checkbooks will be open s much as they were a year ago.

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"jim rash" Discussed on Snarf Talk

Snarf Talk

09:38 min | 2 years ago

"jim rash" Discussed on Snarf Talk

"It's going to be a war. Aw horrible it looks terrible. I don't want she's not wearing skimpy outfits. Refuse to It doesn't matter. The movie itself Looks Harley Quinn. Okay here's a question for you. One of the cast members in this movie is journey. Ernie smaller do you Jesse. Small edits related to Jesse small. It got amazing if that was the case how many people L. D. known people how many small it's can be famous from. Somebody's gotTa look that guarantee. Is that what you're doing. I I am but I guarantee you. She's related. It's probably his sister spouse. Well he's gay so it's definitely not it's spouse spouse parents siblings Who are looking for it Cherney smalley I have that small small small balance balance. Oh it is his sister told you knew it nailed it. Wow One it so can you give a little. And so who Jesse smile at is. What is Dave Chapelle column? I don't remember juicy small. EA Jesus the juicy small EA smalley just the Doodo not put around his neck by a bunch of white guys in Chicago on the South side. Yeah but he had to stop for a subway sandwich before he went to the police. Favorite part of that. We're not doing it justice but it was like in Chicago white people talk like that. That sounds like something I would say the That is the greatest stand up special. I've ever seen it's really really good. And here's the thing so this guy was on. What was that? Show higher hire empire long running show. Apparently very good is what I hear. Never watched it. And it's like a soap opera. Yeah but like a primetime soap op right on Fox Yup nursing and He was a main character. I was the demographic shift claim that it was a hate crime. Somebody trying to hang him and kill him and beat him him up. It turns out it. was you know he was claiming. It was a mega mega hat. Mary trump supporters right. So he got about a hate crime so he got arrested. He was is in the clink but they found now kind of gave up on it. I think they think they're like. This is going to cost a lot of money so these police didn't want the bad press because what was going to happen they're gonNA restless guy for obstruction of justice. Because it didn't happen. Yeah and if they banned him from Chicago didn't they. They should sue. Oh him though for the million dollars or something I don't know I mean the cost of time for the detectives for the all of the police force for the trial l. but also like whatever. Don't do that. Yes like. Don't spend that money. Don't investigate much like just let it go right like like because if it was not a famous person somebody came in and they said that they had a subway sandwich and then the next day they found out it was bullshit. You think they're spending ten million dollars to investigate. No but part of that ten million dollars is probably also to satisfy the media because it was a celebrity so therefore he's going to bring it up more and more and more. If you don't in the cargo I'll go doesn't want people thinking there's yeah. Yeah exactly so people doing hate crimes. He brought it to the attention of the media. Right off the bat. You have to do something. Then yeah I think it was more just sheer the obnoxiousness now if he would have come to have south Chicago him he's in Chicago the most heavily democratic. What would already sitting make you think you could get away with that though? Because he's from Hollywood and stupid. Have you heard him speak. And I haven't he's the best thing about. It was the next day like all all the people that were like. I stand with us. Yes it was pretty much bullshit. Yeah a lot of them. Said you know. We're going to leave that up to the authorities but they just want to be incredibly politically correct. Because you can't say like I don't believe him because it was if it was a hate crime that it'll come back it'd be like well then you you didn't think it was a hate crime so do you hate him too right now come on anyway. Journey small okay. Do you think she was part of the crew I do. I'm going to go on record and say I think that she was on. She was in on the ruse other. All right we're on February the lodge other that is a downhill. Starring Will Ferrell and Julia. Louis Dreyfuss yes so that is directed by NAT Faxon and Jim Rash La both. Okay okay. We'll have you seen the trailer for I have. It does not look that good now okay. It's serious combat. Gets very serious. Because what happens is like there's a There is a Avalanche on this mountain resort. But it's like it's done on purpose and there's warning signs all over that say we're going to do like You know put us. I called controlled controlled avalanche. That's what I was trying to think of the game cool boarders two and they do it. And they're sitting out on the control deck eating breakfast and they didn't know what was going to happen. This avalanche comes in he. He keeps telling US fine. That's not coming towards us. It's not going to get to us. Well then it starts to get towards them and he grabs his phone and leaves. His family runs away like completely like takes off and leaves his family there and then nothing. Nothing ended up happening to them but his wife knows what he did. She's like you left us there. And that's Julia Louis Dreyfuss so you left us there and like ran ran like a coward. What were you doing? And then they have security video of him like leaving coming back and grabbing his phone and leaving again so that part is kind kind of funny but then it gets really serious about it gets really serious though about their relationship and and like their relationship is falling apart before for that and it just gets into like marital stuff that I don't want. Well it's a remake of the two thousand fourteen Swedish comedy-drama Force Majeure Fax ex- Faxon is as he related to Matt Fraction because he's a really good calico crater moving on and Jim rash is the guy I believe us together together in community. He played the dean. Oh Okay and like no. That's the Dean wasn't he. He's a British Guy Eh. No no the dean was like that little bald guy that looked like moby. I thought he was the principal looking moby. Oh no you're right that's deemed. Yes Jim Right. Yeah you're right. Nat Faxon is on. He's been a ton of movies to. He's very funny. He's got kind of a buck teeth. Front teeth narrows down now. What actors do all right? So we're still in February. Sonic the HEDGEHOG nope fantasy island. No it's a remake nick fantasy island it but in movie form that sounds like a terrible idea. Does the call of the wild with Harrison Ford. We saw the trailer for that call. Call Yeah I mean. It looks fine anything I would watch whatever the invisible man which is a universal monsters. One it's you you know. It was being made when the mummy with Tom Cruise they were GonNa make that whole member realize yes. Yeah franchise kind of workout dark. Yeah What they call it the whatever they call it they were GONNA do like Dracula Frankenstein? And but they're doing the visible men onward which is a new Pixar movie It doesn't look that good now. It doesn't that didn't know VIN diesel movie bloodshot. It's a comic book movie. We a valiant comics assassin relaunched. Series unstoppable super super solar powered by nanno machines. Blood shots past asked is a mystery to him and he's on a mission to find out who he is or what is contrived. I've seen the trailer. It looks okay. I don't think I go see theaters. But I'll all deaf tell you what like hearing things like when you read what something is about and you just read it out loud. Sometimes things just sound awful most of the time. I don't think that right these. It just sounds ridiculous and so when I've explained our comic books or things that we've written and stuff and when you explain it to somebody out loud and say it you know a lot of times people are like I don't know it sounds kind of funny and even to me it will sound funny you know but when you if you were to watch it or read it in a book it's completely different and it. It can be really good because there's a lot more context to it than just what you've read but most things man I'm like. Gosh it sounds like so dumb and then you watch it. You're like me and I was also really liked that but I don't know it's just something when you read it out loud that really really. I don't know if I'd ever watched that all right moving on because there's a lot of these a quiet place part two saw the trailer for that Blue Line which looks amazing. While the April we got new mutants coming out. That looks bad. ooh Here we go guys. Peter Rabbit to the runaway great. No time time to die the new James Bond movie. Yes pretty good. You're GONNA watch it. I.

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"jim rash" Discussed on Co-Op the Podcast

Co-Op the Podcast

15:35 min | 2 years ago

"jim rash" Discussed on Co-Op the Podcast

"Stay at home tom if you've got problems but then it was annoying how big a problem that will oh yeah. It did not ask like okay so if it's big of a problem don't get back together right or like a that. What happens and you're like okay great. How come she would never be like oh. Yeah i see your side of it and he's like. I see your side of it. We might not agree on it but this is what happened in like maybe it's only over. If you admit i was right that's fucking stupid. That is an ultimatum that is just like these people are just so childish and they were like our age like win. This was going on and it's like i cannot fathom having that much drama in my life nope none at all. That's why we don't have a t._v. Show yet. We're working on a show. We i jesse <hes> as a standup comedian now. I am if anybody wants to see my show. <hes> <hes> friday the thirteenth love that i love that venue those chickens graven. You definitely have to come check it out. They have really good bloody. Marys yeah all right well. Let's <hes> anything else. I mean granted about friends. We really can't we love monica and chandler. I always thought it was hotter than rachel. Bell l. so for sure. I just had a thing for chandler to funny guys identify way more as a chandler so i think i'm neurotic like a monica yeah. I'm probably a good mix of monica and phoebe. I think at this point in my life probably yeah and phoebe was always good characters. Well yeah so you you know again ev. All the support characters technically versus rachel ross welcome yeah yeah yeah rachel little tired of their shit yeah yeah i i think like when i was watching it. 'cause i remember watching like at least like the last four or five seasons like live. I was obsessed with rachel and ross. I was like oh my gosh. They have to get together and that's the kind of love that. I want and now as an adult. I'm like that. It's fucking problematic so monica and chandler. I enjoy their relationship a lot better in their career. Progressions are just super interesting. I do think that monica should have ended up with jon favreau though oh yeah him. I thought he was good in as as well yeah. I loved his character greek characters in there a lot of actors i think today it's actually in this article <hes> talks about who all was in it so like mae whitman was in friends may whitman's from parenthood the teenage girl and then and she's in good girls right now she was also in scott pilgrim vs a world anyways. Ramona flowers is girlfriend ex girlfriend. I'm a little by furious that girl ellen pompeo who is from grey's anatomy. She's main character in grey's anatomy <hes> <hes> dakota fanning the she's like the little girl they have her for known for the runaways on my amazon that or the alienist. I'm i'm like haven't seen that either. You know what i have seen. I think it's called uptown girls and is with her and brittany murphy bridge. Murphy is like having to babysit for now. Do you remember that there was a piglet. Okay whatever credit robinson yours mine and ours favorite <hes> token black character of the office darrelle. I was making sure you like you knew jim rash who is in community. He was the principal in community. Okay the dean because it's a college of and then hugh laurie also known as the doctor guy house okay. They're role in it. There's probably a lot more yeah. This is all kind of before they were like really big right. Yeah yeah exactly like <hes> <hes> uh may whitman. She's the girl scout and ross has all of her girl scout cookies. Yeah yeah yeah yeah whatever interesting no no interesting yeah that's enough. They'll friends though friends is good. If anybody has not watch ashley show jet obviously you should go do it and francis on netflix for right now and eventually we'll be on some other service so you know whatever maybe maybe maybe we should do is give password user named and then lake. We all can just share the subscription and netflix sends us a season justice. Yeah yeah well so let's move on to the one that we're actively watching great now. Several seinfield seinfeld yeah super super super great show <hes> super funny the show about nothing matters more yeah we saw comedians and cars episode with the guy who played kramer michael richards kel richards yeah and it's funny talking about how he went into the jungles of borneo over some brandon plays what he does extremely offensive. I love you. Were like random natives. He like you know maybe have one t._v. In a village in somewhere like kramer creamer yeah exactly you know and it's like <hes> that's pretty. That's pretty fucking great. I know that i think that friends is on par with that but feeling seinfeld is just so much. It's way they way more recognizable. I think because there's four characters and they're very distinctive like i think you know anybody from friends. They grew beard or they like changed. Their hairs only okay especially monica with plastic surgery ticket out. She took out her implants and stuff. It's great yeah but seinfeld. Oh bell super gray. Julia louis dreyfus also looks at same yeah whatever it is. She looks the same jerry seinfeld. You're saying for the hair we you should watch video. I wanna watch feet. There is one this next season of comedians in cars where george alexander george jason alexander's enters of alexander who plays george is going to be in it. Supposedly yankee looks exactly the same is true. He hasn't changed a day helix helix that character. I think that eventually like he just got typecast to as like this is who this is because he never loved okay jeffrey yeah exactly because like he's in pretty woman. He's like a creep and pretty woman and he's not exact same character but i want to say that pretty woman started. It was before nine hundred eighty nine okay so maybe i don't know yeah but yeah super funny show the premise of the show every episode a little different in it's literally about like everyday conversations. It's kind of like co up the podcast of twelve it yeah sitcoms of the nineties. Everything's a little outrageous like stuff. This crazy doesn't happen to everybody all the time or ever to anyone break but you can see where like a small little situation right the low talker right. Everybody's not something we like every time they talk. You like what was that. What was that sorry. I can't hear you right yeah or the loud talker. Which is me the opposite right. Yes everybody's met people like that. That was probably the extent of it where you're just like a little knowing it and that's jerry seinfeld's comedy does he brings up things like that everyday situations but then they do a whole episode where you know the puffy shirt. That's the low talker one juries like backed into a corner because he can never hear what this lady saying ray and one time. It's just like yeah. Yeah sure. We've all done that to where you're just like nodding and pretending to understand what they're saying 'cause like. I don't know what you just said so. It's for sure really relatable comedy but it's also nonsence. A lot of times is like just insane. Nonsense like there's one episode where kramer is basically accused of murder when he moves to allay and he moved to l._a. Because jerry tech the key to his apartment arte jerry's apartment and wouldn't give it back to them and you needed to get away way very relatable now yeah. It's all i mean in the last week. You know what else isn't fucking relatable how they have different love interest like elaine and jerry every fucking episode. Which is the whole lake your six. Maybe chill out. I mean and she looks really good. I mean but she kind of a different style. I think also yes okay then me and i know i'm a six georges oranges way less than four and he i mean sometimes they are new york. There's lots of people but here's the thing and this is definitely why they could not keep up this lifestyle silence because they do have different love interests all the time. They're all in their like mid thirties. I think at some point and yeah at some point like you're in your forties. You're probably probably like i mean hopefully you're still dating if you're single but you're also probably just dating as much or you're not as picky or drive driving towards the next thing you know right so and probably i mean like i think jerry seinfeld took a lot of his life experiences from that at some point he he got married he had started having kids and stuff like that and he was also much later i think because i think his oldest kids only like well. He got married. I think they got married while he was filming. Jerry seinfeld look up when they got married i am he's been married since nineteen ninety nine a a year after seinfeld and did yeah nineteen ninety eight will there you go though i mean definitely matter to shut it down on yeah exactly yeah so from here yeah but yeah i mean definitely you know is like a certain type of lifestyle certain type of thing. Baba blah probably pretty pretty old at that point 'cause that ended twenty years ago. I'll say sixty four now sixty five so he was forty five forty five lifestyle as of like the russo playing off like they're in their thirties so you know i think it ended properly salutes yeah yeah but how other stories progress like friends progress to them. Having a family i mean even sex in the city like all of these new york t._v. Shows on they start progressing with their life and they may get realistic to how the actors are aging yeah. We're like seinfeld was assist permanently track because it was about nothing. There's nothing there you see. There was nothing pushing the story for. You can't have moments that matter when your story is about nothing right exactly so fan but yeah so i think the ended it right on track now the way they ended it was splintered reasonable probably the worst ending of t._v. Show wow of all time you can quote me. Yeah i mean everybody's playing but i from game of thrones. It's kind of funny in its own way where it's like oh interesting missing us funny but it can never absolutely never happen completely unrealistic so throughout the series they they're awful to people informed perform a number of faux pas to people they know they are not known as good people to a lot of rental but like nobody's ever like really lee hurt you know yes. People are injured. Sometimes some bad stuff happens but it's nothing major right. It's nothing that's a crime unless somebody like in their statute of limitations as well saying you know but they of course go through a trial last episode or two. It's like a big trial thing that i can't remember yeah what lands them in front of the judge is like i think something about an old man now. I think it was like someone that was like overweight. Wait or something like something happened where like maybe he gets hit by a car and they don't do anything about it. We don't do anything to help somebody somebody or something like that and so then they're on trial because of that which i don't think we should not a thing not a criminal case could certainly bringing us case against you but you're never land in jail because right and like can you think dear and so the people that they have come in to testify or act as witnesses for our people from throughout the series yeah her parents were witnesses against them basically jesse can can you tell me one person two people three people that have wronged you in your life ever or you have wrongs. No in this sense me neither right lie awake at night thinking about the stupid. Should i have done but i don't think i know a single person that'll come up as a character witness against me and there was like i mean the courtroom was packed franklin people as part of the like tom with the that it's funny that's all coming back around and stuff but yeah i mean the biggest thing to me is like that should have been it. Maybe they're just like. Maybe we shouldn't be friends anymore. And that's how the show ended and then everybody likes separated but they all went to jail yeah. They actually went to jail which again you cannot go to jail for being a bad person right just have to do bad things and not the worst is actually going to happen in this. If this case were real and this many people came forward and it was in a civil court it'd be like yeah you gotta pay bills. One person that this case is about all those people people come here witnesses. They don't get anything out of this class action suit. It's not okay. Here's another thing though maybe we misinterpret what was going on because i don't think i finish up <music> out. I think it got so bad where i was like. I'm not watching this but i think he watched. I've watched it a couple of times yeah and that's what's so we'll get to it again here soon and maybe we'll correct correct ourselves if that wrong but right we'll we'll do corrections corner yeah but it is. It's bad it's not i don't but super great it show yeah and definitely on hulu right yep twelve friends on that flake seinfeld is on hulu yup. The next one now we're going to talk about is on flex brace. Now what's next is going to be frazier. I'm kind of going in the ones that we love the most and then when we start running out of time speed round yeah fresh prince those one then we'll talk about which i don't know where that is and we need to rewatch it because it's been awhile since we well yeah it's been way too low but frazier absolutely is on netflix. Absolutely i fucking love frazier jessie mu watch frazier so it's in seattle yeah and so when i first moved here from georgia when i first moved here too is when when i first and jesse mamie watched through it and it is so good it's deliciously pretentious love. It makes you want to be i. I guess it's so that ideas frazier is so if anybody watch cheers which is the reason i knew about the show in the first place and wanted to kind of watch. It was because i love cheers. I remember being a kid and like.

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"jim rash" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

15:20 min | 2 years ago

"jim rash" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Minute, man. Sex gone wrong in your news today. Yes. Phone home. We're talking about the Academy Awards which will be on on Sunday. The ninety first annual Academy Awards host free unless Whoopi Goldberg surprises us that's the big rumor in Hollywood the rumor, and she has not been on the view this week or maybe she was on Monday. She's not been on the last several days. I it's my job to keep track of who's on the view. And who isn't so that throws more fuel onto flare. Hey, wait a minute. She's not on the view where she I don't know. Worth about that. Oh, I I'm I'm Whoopi doubt. Or Whoopi left in me. Oh, where's your Whoopi factor? When did that start good? I don't know. I mean, she's fine. And you don't even watch the view. So you're not overdosing on Whoopi there, which by the way in the credits, all the other people all the other hostesses of the view us first. And last name she has now for the last year only gone with Whoopi Goldberg, she feels like if Oprah can do it. She can do it. There's no partisan. How many other Whoopi is are there? I mean, be honest. You don't she doesn't need to use her last name? I can't name another Whoopie. All of the different path Oscar hosts came back like we did Billy crystal did apart. I love Chris rock all the David Letterman came and just did one little piece of the puzzle that I'd be fine with that. I wanted to be a host because that's my favorite part of it saying that and now that's gone. All his little skits that he does. Oh, yeah. On what a wonderful make for Oscar you need that. That's what that's what we need. All right. We're talking about the moments. The the best Oscar moments of all time if you like awkwardness. And I do everybody does James Cameron and his weird quote during his acceptance speech for Titanic, do you remember it fatally, he shouted out at the end of his speech? I'm the king of the world. Oh, yes. And that everybody went. Yeah. All right. Right. It's all right. I didn't take offense to that. Really wasn't offensive. It was just weird. I'm okay. With weird though, it makes you stand out and be memorable. But I thought it was more coming off of a couple of years prior Sally field. Did the thing where she said you like me you really liked me. And this was even more grandiose the way he just went. I'm the king of the world that everybody wants. But they said that. So. To feel a little vulnerable dope. Just don't take for granted. The fact that you're going to win an Oscar, right? I agree. One of those on there is when someone was in the bathroom or something you remember that some Meryl Streep she was supposed to win an award. There have been a couple of times where whoever's supposed to win. I can't remember was it Meryl Streep. I don't remember that if it was Meryl Streep or not Jennifer Lawrence tripped up the stairs. You did that a few years ago? Just a few years ago. Do you remember what Roberto Benigni did when he won his academy in nineteen ninety nine? That's an amazing movie, by the way by. Life is. Yeah. I don't remember what he did he walked over the seeds instead of walking down the aisle to get to the stage. He just kinda just kept walking. That's okay, great. I loved it the Italian actor and director who have to say like when he was done with that. Because I had seen him in things prior to that. And he was okay. Like he was in one of the Pink Panther movies. You know after Peter sellers died and Blake Edwards said even though we lost Peter Sellars. We're gonna keep making Pink Panther movies. We'll find another guy. He's Ted wass from soap, remember. Oh, yeah. That didn't work. He used Roberta Benin he used clips of Peter Sellars prior to his death. He patched together a bunch of those and made a Pink Panther movie that was horrible. So I've seen Roberto Benigni before. And then this movie came out life is beautiful, and I went well, this guy is going to be a huge deal. Now, you know after this. He's gonna make great movies forever. What happened? Nokia did a version of Pinocchio that wasn't real good. What else did I see? I saw him. It's something else. That was just okay. But yeah, he really hit lightning with life is beautiful. Movie night, knowing what how great and it was so good. Not seen it. I don't think. Do you? Remember when Angelina Jolie? Shared a kiss. Somebody shared a sandwich. Kiss somebody her brother, Jamie. That was weird that was working together. Then what year was that? That was in two thousand Zuber weird. And that really bothered you. Because the key with no. Passionate kiss. It was really gross. Yeah. It was just. The it was so weird. Then the Miley Cyrus Britney Spears. There wasn't that words. That was fine. You're okay. With her brother that makes it more weird. Yeah. Elise. Brother, James or Jamie. I believe is he was called at the time attached to the Oscars with her lips to her right? The Oscars with hers and then attached lips. They were showed that they were closer than your average siblings. Share to kiss on the lips and people felt that it was incestuous a family friend gave some insight on the scene by saying the bay she kissed Jamie at the Oscars. It was the first day that her mom had been treated for cancer say left the hospital together, they got ready together. So that makes you kiss. Yeah. I don't buy now. I I'm sorry her mom was going through that. But that doesn't I mean to give your brother like a really big hug, and because you need support. With your brother. You should not. Well, they remember I remember they showed Woody Allen and soon Yi in the audience. They were like what are you doing too soon? Been here. Eighteen years ago. Still there. But she's done a lot of things. Remember, she had Billy Bob Thornton's blood around your a little vial. Yes. Brad, Pitt thanking I don't I don't like them together. I want bread. Why do you get your wish? 'cause I know he showed up at her fiftieth surprise party. Yup. Yep. Who's the Rona Barrett? Now, you you're bear to me. Have to try harder. Now, she local or was she Hollywood wrote a bear was in Hollywood. Yeah. Yeah. Same haircut as you Bill for a while. Not a coupla Eisenstein. That's by design for a while. She was the co host on the tomorrow show with Tom Snyder hated each other. I could see where that would happen. So crazy. It was so crazy 'cause Tom Snyder's just plain great. He was so wonderful, but he wouldn't take crappy heated need Rona Barrett. Nope hall. I can't do it. No. That was pretty good. All right. This is an easy one Wendy. I throw your way in two thousand and one who came to the Academy Awards dressed in a swan dress Bjork. Yes, why was she at the Academy Awards? Maybe shared best song or something. Well, that's a good question thinks she did. She just wanted to wear the jersey needed a place to wear a spend money on an ostrich trash. He had a showed up. Swine swan dressy looked like an ostrich ostrich than twenty people were stunned when bureauc- walked the red carpet in a frilly swan dress and even more. So when she strategically laid six ostrich eggs on the red carpet does not say that it does does she do that. I don't remember that Paul that might have been like pre the fort was on TV. But. Pretty funny prior to the show air. Yeah. Maybe maybe maybe we didn't see that on the red carpet special. I wonder if Jamie and Angelina Jolie eight those eggs, and maybe it messed with their sense of judgment. I don't know if it was the same year. Scrawled the brain. Infamous stress is honored in the museum of modern art. We should all go. See that. Really? I thought when he hears a moment you and I talked about earlier this week. See how much of this you remember when Adrian Brodie one has a kademi award for the pianist, what did he do? You remember he gave a passionate kiss? All right Allie berry who was the presenter at it stunned her. She was not expecting that. After announcing that Brody had won best actor for his performance in the pianist. Berry Halle Berry was swept off her feet when he came to accept Brody passionately kissed her on live TV before she had a chance to say, no in an interview, she said that the kiss wasn't planned and the entire time. She was thinking what the beep is happening. You could you could see it interface. Not expect. Yeah. You gotta ask Halle Berry's permission. I have found that. Speaking from experience that. Yeah. Whatever I would kiss any girl like when I was in high school, or I would always I would call Halle Berry. And I'd say this. Okay. Jennifer, the girl my science class, I'm thinking about kissing her and she got him. I'd wait another week. What happened in two thousand and nine when Jennifer Aniston head to present, an oh, this this already explains it in two thousand nine Jennifer Aniston had to present an award in front of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, I didn't think about it at the time. But then I thought about it later when I read about it doesn't care. I don't know. She does she's above it. Yeah. She doesn't five years after they're divorced. Jennifer Aniston was forced to present an Oscar in front of Pitt and his girlfriend at the time. Angelina Jolie, she was noticeably uncomfortable about the whole thing it says are you saying that they were in the audience when she was presenting or they were like they were all standing on stage. They were lined up backstage ready to go on next because after she presented an award. The next presenters were Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. So you think if you're the coordinator of that show you have to look at the name, it's like if you're putting together seating at a wedding reception. And you go with those guys used to be married another not I can't put them. At the same able so it was whoever was the coordinator their mistake. In two thousand and eleven boy, I remember this. I can't believe this was eight years ago when James Franco and Anne Hathaway hosted the academy. Awful that might be the last time. I watched the show hired because of that it was bad so bad, and I like both I like him you'll I can't Hathaway I'm really hoping for a good Oscars. 'cause the Grammy's were so good. Yeah. They were fantastic. They were so so the Oscar says a lot. I had given up on the Grammy's as well. Me too. Wanted me back this year. I don't know why I started watching the red carpet nine like I may as well. Check it out. It was pretty good. I only saw about five or ten minutes. Just because if one of those things where I feel so out of touch. There's so many people on there who I don't know the Crump does form, and I go I should probably listen to it to get new music is my new girl. She's of that. Yeah. I mean, I really felt like I was able to introduce myself to Spacey must grapes or I mean, I heard this before. Four. Back to be asked to the Australian progress who did such baron Cohen throw ashes on two thousand twelve remember Ryan Seacrest. Who wouldn't have Cohen appeared in character as Admiral general dean from his movie the dictator on the red carpet during the two thousand twelve Oscars carrying a golden urn filled with ashes can't remember that while interviewing with Ryan Seacrest. Cohen aka eldeen accidentally spilled the ashes all over Seacrest. Who was presumably upset about the ordeal? It wasn't it. I mean, I don't know that they were real ashes. But there was a lot like it was just a little sprinkle it. Right. It was a mess. I remember that. I kind of vaguely do what did it? Here's a here's a quick question. You may or may not remember in two thousand twelve what did Angelina Jolie proudly show off several times during the broadcast. Why have we have two guesses on that one? Three. Her engagement ring her leg. Slit yet address that was. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And I also remember one of the screenwriters who won the Academy Award for for best original screenplay. Jim something I can't think of his last name. He wrote the movie, you know, the movie where George Clooney is on the island in Hawaii the defendant. That was a great movie. Really good movie. Yeah. So he's one of the guys who wrote it. So when they won the Academy Award he and his writing partners for the descendants. He went and he stood exactly. Like Angelina Jolie. Never explained it. But he was making fun of her Alexander Payne. No, he directed it. And co wrote it with the sky at fact center, Jim rash. Tim rash? Kim rash. I'd like to be a quick Google very quickly. Here's the one you mentioned a little earlier. Jennifer Lawrence taken a tumble on the stage. I felt so bad for all handled. It great. She did she did I worry about that all the time. And I really worried about that at the Grammys because these presenters are wearing these Stellato he'll like Jerry Taiwan little thing. And don't worry about it. A lot too at the Golden Globes. They're already drinking. Yeah. On her way to the stage to accept the best actress award for her role in silver linings playbook. Lawrence tripped on the stairs after hanging her head for a second. She went and gave her speech and collected harass ker. Then the very next year on the red carpet. She did it again. Making it tears around that she's fallen, but this time she nearly took somebody else down with her that was during the red carpet before the before the awards. Do you? Remember Seth MacFarlane song about breasts in two thousand and thirteen. I know I'm probably one of the few. But I am not a fan of Seth MacFarlane. I don't. He's got a better voice. I just don't I it's just shocking. It's not funny. All these shows are like saying things just to get the wild factor out of you. But there's no pump. It's not funny to me. Jimmy, pardo. Frequent guests on the show describes every episode of family guy is the same thing to hysterically funny jokes and five hundred six that don't work. Do you agree with that? I don't I. Yeah..

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"jim rash" Discussed on The Valleycast

The Valleycast

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"jim rash" Discussed on The Valleycast

"I also we're trying to look. Hold on. I'm I'm trying to find out what the last goodwill feral movie is telling you man, there is good. I am actually excited about it's called downhill, and it's with Julia Louis Dreyfuss, and it's not Faxon, and Jim rash. And I love that fax and they wrote descendants. They wrote. So many things, but they are community community. I didn't watch committees Leary's. He's he was a grounding facts in gymnastic groundless together. But guys, I don't know. I liked CASA de MI Padre. Did you see that one? Oh, he didn't mind Will Smith doing Spanish, the whole movie, and it's like weird novella movie. Yeah. It's like a Sopa like a house with Amy Poehler and move. Jason Mantas Aikman. I actually kind of funny that Zukas Howdy. The rapper chance. The rabbit tweeted about the house and said this movie has moved saw Sterckele. People love the daddy's home thing. I haven't seen it. Like, the kids specify saying it's for like, dads and kids anyone get hard. I'm telling you man was he made some of those like fucking knockout. He was I thought he was fan fucking tastic on was it eastbound and down or was it the other show where he was that down where he was the car salesman guy. Yeah. He was fucking It's brilliant. always been. Anytime the campaign. Did anyone see that one? I still feel like he's fun. I do doesn't appearance on a talk show. And he does it one of his crazy characters out of nowhere or just as himself the knife guys that we want knife, guys, Sloga, still brilliant. He's still funny. He still delivers. He's just doing Sandler ship, actually guys. I remember seeing it enemies. Okay. I laughed multiple times by that character. That's it. We'll listen guys. We segue out of this. We can talk about news sponsor..

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"jim rash" Discussed on The Valleycast

The Valleycast

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"jim rash" Discussed on The Valleycast

"I also we're trying to look. Hold on. I'm I'm trying to find out what the last goodwill feral movie is telling you man, there is good. I am actually excited about it's called downhill, and it's with Julia Louis Dreyfuss, and it's not Faxon, and Jim rash. And I love that fax and they wrote descendants. They wrote. So many things, but they are community community. I didn't watch committees Leary's. He's he was a grounding facts in gymnastic groundless together. But guys, I don't know. I liked CASA de MI Padre. Did you see that one? Oh, he didn't mind Will Smith doing Spanish, the whole movie, and it's like weird novella movie. Yeah. It's like a Sopa like a house with Amy Poehler and move. Jason Mantas Aikman. I actually kind of funny that Zukas Howdy. The rapper chance. The rabbit tweeted about the house and said this movie has moved saw Sterckele. People love the daddy's home thing. I haven't seen it. Like, the kids specify saying it's for like, dads and kids anyone get hard. I'm telling you man was he made some of those like fucking knockout. He was I thought he was fan fucking tastic on was it eastbound and down or was it the other show where he was that down where he was the car salesman guy. Yeah. He was fucking It's brilliant. always been. Anytime the campaign. Did anyone see that one? I still feel like he's fun. I do doesn't appearance on a talk show. And he does it one of his crazy characters out of nowhere or just as himself the knife guys that we want knife, guys, Sloga, still brilliant. He's still funny. He still delivers. He's just doing Sandler ship, actually guys. I remember seeing it enemies. Okay. I laughed multiple times by that character. That's it. We'll listen guys. We segue out of this. We can talk about news sponsor..

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