21 Burst results for "Jiminy"

Kathie Lee Gifford: 'Jesus Never Cancelled Anybody'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:36 min | 4 months ago

Kathie Lee Gifford: 'Jesus Never Cancelled Anybody'

"Folks I'm talking to Kathy Gifford, and you're not. But here's the thing. I get to, I get to share this with the group. I was saying off the air that it's impossible for me because I know you're funny and I want to do stick with it. I want to be jiminy glick. And love. I can't help. But by the way, I did it. So did you? Yes. There is nobody that I love more than Martin Short. No, he's absolutely genius. Thinking genius and one of the he was so, so good to me. He's very sweet man to me. Not like those others. Not like Howard Stern. Hey. But even Howard Stern. Even Howard Stern, after 30 years of praying for him asked me to forgive him. I know. So, you know what? I know. That's why I can't stand this cancel culture. You know what? Jesus never canceled anybody. Jesus went out of his way to find people. Find the destitute, find the broken find the ones that had been thrown out of community, thrown out of relationships, dying from disease. You were that you were the person who went out looking for. And then when he had his disciples, he said, oh yeah, and if you're going to follow me, you're going to go there too. You're going to go to the other side, where the unloved the unclean. The saved live. And you're going to you're not going to say, you're going to go to hell if you don't believe in me. You're going to say, I'm going to love you like Jesus does. And that's how we're going to that's how we're going to fill the kingdom up. With people because they were loved. Jesus, and you love because I first loved you. And it all comes out of a place of love. And we've always gotten that wrong in western

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"jiminy" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

07:25 min | 8 months ago

"jiminy" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"Oh grodin well. I mean shaq was just so so perfect to work with. I mean there's a famous scene from clifford or its famous scene Where he is reprimanding me and so much of what. He's doing his improvised. Look at me. Like huma boy. You know that that pittsburgh action of his and he was so in every take was different and You know. I just saw the heartbreak. Kid elaine may movie in its i think were the top three comedy performances ever But he was lovely and funny. What was the first impression you came up with. And what is the last impression that you've figured out how to you. The first impression came in your life and then what is the most recent impression that you've started doing. I mean the first impression was probably the gag clark gable or some you know as a kid. You're watching movies and But i played Trump's doctor who died on. Snl did that then. Weird guy with the hair But impressions you know that. That's more you know when i do impressions. Often they were based on necessity Setv we've read a piece for union gene What we've written a piece for gorod. All norman mailer new genes complete nor mailer. You think you could do. Gore vidal sure. Says i and then you go home tapes and you start studying gourmet doll and you can him for. Maybe that day. I watched that. And i was like that is gordon. All you tried again many rewind. You know what i would do i would take. I would transcribe. This is my little homework ring. An interview gore vidal. And then i would take the script which i had not read. Let's it was written by dick and paulison and you'd see a pattern way. People speak in the gore vidal transcribing. You'd see and Or cut that put that in here cut that put that in there and then he always hit his head to the side like that. So you do that. You nailed it in. Your book describes the christmas parties you used to have. Can you share any story for people. This is off partly as a. I want people to listen to your audio book. This is one of the reasons i'm watching. It is so listen to that book is one of the great listens so i want to tell a story about this christmas party as a way to entice people to make sure that they listen. We just started doing these. Christmas parties We'd we'd done versions of it. Back in toronto in the seventies where paul shaffer was always there and paul get to the piano. One point in a party. And i'd singer song guild would get up and john candy would get up and whoever was in town and of bill murray was in town he get up and everyone performed so we just continued this but in hollywood is a little more daunting because the state it wasn't toronto ontario in the seventies so we started doing run nineteen ninety and mark shame. In and scott. Wittman would always fly in from new york Wrote hairspray among among million things. But i know mark since we work together on. snl ninety four and we probably should have but anyway He they would play. It was a perfect party. 'cause you'd fight about sixty people start off with great catered food drinks catered food then the show and then dessert and then there'd be late show whereas down to eighteen people and that's when the meanness surface but I mean i had no again perception. I'd be on the piano and you'd kind of got into a thing where people would come in our early to rehearse with mark but it was too. I mean there was one night. It was steve. Martin and nathan lane and steven spielberg played his clarinet. Billy crystal was everyone. everyone You used to sing a lot of letterman. But it felt like you had to do amount of comedy to allow yourself to say right if if you are allowed to sing a song earnestly if society all agreed you've been funny for so long all going to allow you to sing a song earnestly. Yeah what's on. what did you think. Oh i don't know what it would be still insist to sandbag dropped on me during the last stanza. I think you make a deal. You know this is this back. Lorne michaels lawrence broach to showbiz. You go to the zoo. You see the monkeys you see zebras. You see the tigers but for the monkeys you want them to throw poo at each other and they have a right to be reflective argo differences. So i think i'm a monkey. I think i made a deal with people. I don't think they want to hear me. Sincerely sin saying begin. The beginning i think. Even in this fictional scenario you will not accept fine. Yeah that's fine I can't force you to accept that there you can just can unless you're carrying money. Sure someone's gonna pay you a bag. Money will drop you a drop the backdrop we filled with money. But hopefully you'll be dropped in dubai short. Do you have a joke or character or something that you did that he was funny. That didn't work in whatever capacity. Was your refined. You didn't work but you thought so. Funny it didn't work but you will keep on thinking it's funny and decide everyone who didn't like it or the audience who didn't laugh at it or whatever you like. This character should be up there with the great martin short characters. No i mean there are things that you think are funny tour That bomb i remember. I did this piece when i was on. Snl cast member Lucille ball the premise. What if lucy came back with one more series. It would turn on a couple of years later. She would Life live lucy. But at this point it was a premise and the idea was that she was playing best truman's and the show was called. Look who's married. Harry and eleanor roosevelt. Miracles are wallpaper in the oval office. And then harry comes it and i'm doing all this kind of cliche. Lucy broken voice adams the hair in it. mom's dress. I remember saying chris. Guess why didn't they put it laugh meter. And he said do they did. It was just so and what was interesting about. It was written by a dick switching. Paul thirty nine who they were guest hosting that week kathrada. that's right. we wrote a piece. That really worked. Jackie rogers junior one hundred thousand dollar jackpot and this.

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"jiminy" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

06:35 min | 8 months ago

"jiminy" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"Thank you so now. Time for the final segment of the interview. It's called the laughing round. It's like a lightning round but there's a comedy podcast. It's called a laughing round. Get cocoa Do you have a favorite joke. Yes i love. The joke i once did a letterman but it was under the guise of a real story shows able to suck him in and story was that i said you know. I was in pre med. Which is true. And i remember. One time I was doing rounds. You the surgeon and a guy had been at a motorcycle accident broken. His jaw all wired. Shut and you said to the doctor who live whom learned this d- they said well we have to feed you through the back door. And so they flip them over in his stump put a funnel in his ass and he says learn gonna hungry one for looge. This'll be a roast beef broccoli and a baked potato and hot choc through so they poured down the funnel and he goes and they said too hot. Not too sweet. There you go on the letterman show is just dave listening when i got it outright to sweet very good. Is there a character or joke. That another comedian did that. You wish you could steal. You wish you could have it. Could be part of a thing. Is something that you got to do in any time. I certainly look at people's work Bill hader work. And i go. Wow that's just insanity to me. He played a fireman. Once which is i think is a work of art. He when he played vincent price when he obviously stefan. But i remember seeing st before i met him was like nineteen eighty or something like that and i want to say he was in the grammy awards and he was resenting best album and i thought this was a perfect award show he came out entails shirt no pants boxer underwear garters my socks with no acknowledgement. And they're laughing and he said now for the best comedy album of the year doesn't break anything he said meant names one named to then a little man bowman came running out with a pair of pants on a hanger and season. Well it's about time then. He put the pants on and he continued to read. No oh my god that is. I never could think of that. And that's that's mozart to me Usually in the segment. I asked people tell stories of legendary comedian. Living dead you obviously have tons. I'm going to ask for more than what can you tell. A gilda story well. Gilda was kind of magical. I'd never met anyone. I was twenty two to kill. It's twenty six when i met her. And then we became boyfriend girlfriend for computers and it was amazing at twenty two. I didn't know about life to me of like if you're brilliant and everyone worships you. Aren't you the happiest person number. They didn't realize that was necessarily true. But i had never met anyone who had such a powerful Created such powerful reaction appeal in the room every if guild arrived at party Every guy wanted to go out with an ever-growing wanted to have her as the best friend they'd ever had there was something Magic about yeah. I john candy. John was sweetest hume. Vaginas exactly who you'd hoped he would be I in the early days when we were all doing stage and every time we'd go out for dinner. John would pick up the tab my antics. He makes the same money i do. How did so he was kind of. Like ralph kramden karen. You know you've gotta go with generous to a fault. Funny he did character. Johnny larue and there were so many elements of joining rude. That were john Secure that. That was john's laugh He was just adorable so funny. So sweet Jan hooks who played. Jan is the unsung genius in comedy. I know she is revered. And i know the tina and amy will say she's our girl as far as who they aspire to and i get it and still. She's an unsung gene. She was incapable of not being a genius when you work with her Funny and loose improvised you know Eccentric so funny loved to laugh Brilliant robin williams. Robin robin was so sweet. He was as sweet as you'd think he'd be I think it's in my book. But the when he is nineteen eighty-nine doing tv series and he was doing more committee and the writers were going to go on strike and we were at a party off to go to do and i well. I'm gonna go back to second city and join it. I'm gonna go back into the company just because this strike was gone for months. Oh that sounds wonderful. Maybe i'll come up and join you. I said yeah. Sure that'd be great. And then he just flew up all night. It went right into the theater. Brought no close spontaneous and he went right to second city. The fire hall join me. Onstage fell off the stage that night because was small little weird stage and fell onto a table red wine. All of his linen pants had brought no clothes and then he was staying with me. State for a week at my house is heated. The ships but nancy took his pants seeing when he was sleeping and wash them shrunk them and then he came down for lunch that data's pants were like this short and he said you know i'll go home and i said about it. I didn't fuck anybody. My pants with four inches shorter. I have no idea Do you have a charles.

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"jiminy" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

06:41 min | 8 months ago

"jiminy" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"You know you've joke that journalists like to try to paint certain narrative view of like a person who had this tragedy in your youth. And you you create these characters is away from. What i've said is that they'd like to bring it up and it's my mouth approaches. Because they wanna get to lunch early. 'cause although so perfect he's in comedy but his parents dinu zhang is brother. Oh my god of the despair comes comedy. I got it. Yeah and that's a fine fascinating approach. Just isn't necessarily accurate. And i and i wanna ask you about the flip side. Which is it seems like having ability to play characters and maintain this sort of portraits of people in your head his help you process grief for help to keep from people in your life. You talk about both With your parents and your book you mentioned with your your wife nancy. Can you discuss that a little bit about how that works or how that relates or it's your imagination to think of characters to think of people yes have people live in your head jimmy person yes and i imagine that you talk a little bit about it. That seems like you're able to do that with people in your life that have passed. Will i do. I do have a great awareness. I think that when you go through early loss my brother. David died when i was twelve. My mother seventeen my father at twenty and you. You have to process that now and i was in hamilton ontario canada. Nineteen seventy so. I was wasn't in beverly hills where there was a shrink coming each morning. So you on your bike. Can you bike for a couple of miles in you've think can you ponder What is life about. And i think he gave me this advantage. Moreau the twenty year olds. I did try to figure it out. I knew that life was fleeting. And the gimmick was to keep people alive and talk about them all the time and not pretend they didn't exist. Were not pretend that we're not all going to die. They just died a little earlier than the shiv And i do understand that. It would have been understandable for me to become a drunk and a drug addict for a few years out of reaction. And i don't know why i didn't accept that i would credit my parents In the book you talk about how as a kid you wanted to be old years like you have a line about. The thing was the who song which. I hope it before i get old and you're like old before turned seventeen And generally they're. They're always ministering reverence. You've had to like when. I imagine you liking frank sinatra. I imagine you. Late liking frank sinatra and his seven. I remember my wife would always say to our kids. You know that frank sinatra was something my parents liked. I was listening to the stones. Yeah but not your father. Saudi feel about where as you're now in a you know a legendary status as you operate thank you. How do you like that. How does that fit that. You're now the age seemingly. He always wanted to be. Oh i think. I'm older than the age i always wanted to be. I think what's i like about being seventy one is that i don't That i'm still is intrigued about one. I'm doing in making it successful and it still seems like a mountain that i'm still intrude decline as when i was twenty two so that's interesting Because show position general as you know Lives and more like an ageless world Particularly if you are in a kind of health where you're doesn't hurt to stand up doesn't nothing hurts You kind of have the same energy kind of flipping around and jumping around and so it really is cliche for me. It's more of a number than an actual gotta sit down you know. And i think that what it creatively. It makes me as intrigued and excited about each new project. Eligaya was was. It's you know in the in the book you you have these two moments where you sort of looking at your career. You know you're not doing the hip thing that my friends are doing. Their moment in the nineties were christopher guest as our style. Comedy over ninety four over a very long time goes obviously not. He didn't know it was he was just ponnary. Yeah in a never entered It seems like there's been a few times where it seems like you. Talk about that I think martin says that you. You're not funny five years before you realize you're not funny and and i'm not saying you're he says you're other showbusiness five years realize but i guess my question is does you don't like it doesn't matter what the audience thanks but for you is is the fact that you're still intrigued by the thing that makes it so they'd like i'm still being that i'm still doing it. Correct regardless of the audience. I don't i mean look. This is a wildly subjective subject commie yes and some people again mentioned the comments after youtube appearance which i will. I mean talk show appearance which i will go to because i'll wanna say what i what jokes to do when i did. I can't repeat it on co beer say to conan again and you read the comments and you know often they're lovely and then there's a position i you know i've never found him funny. He just irritates me and no one's wrong now known as wrong people like the three stooges people hate the three stooges knowns wrong. It's subjective so when i look at here's what i know people who hate me. Who always hated me just found me boring. I appreciate that they have a right to feel that. But i do know that if i had dinner with them I would be bored to death. Bored to death. So that's it's a traitor. Yeah he mentioned what jimmy would do now is there any time you think about doing mcgann at now you just sort of. If it makes sense to earn it would be. I don't know if someone said you wanted to jimmy series. I think that might be passed. Also were in a narrow whether it'd be so many things you couldn't do and can you even wear a fat suit etcetera etcetera..

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"jiminy" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

06:17 min | 8 months ago

"jiminy" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"There was one like it's just a new. It's they're also comedy show ray. So steve is unconscious. He's been drugged. Episodes and selena are helping them. And i say you know what i. I could urinate on and she says. I think that's for jellyfish. I say right well. I try to anyway so i said okay so if i say that that means i like to urinate on people yes. Do we want that for the kit. All right so there goes. Eight line has has fascinating One time he said if you could still work on. Setv if as he's tv was not not stopped absolutely correct. What does that mean. And beyond that when you look at your career. Have you succeeded recreating whatever it is about a see tv or have you aspire to recreate that what what was well. I mean i you know. Setv is a variety sketch. Show on television. Yes so you can't do that forever because it doesn't exist but when you look at my cry went from setv right snl And then since then has shown up but dozen times on snl east But i also did for major specials which are in the setv mode with similar writers. Yeah wherever the michael. Paul thirty dick pursued so i just loved that kind of work and you know you also respond to you. Don't know what you're good at you don't know if you're going to be good. Sat bure snl. Maybe i mean there's some people who been on snl elven. They didn't really work out. That are genius. You know. Ben stiller so it's not about judgment of yourself it's just however the flip side is if you're effective in something you don't run away from a hint. Yeah so if that's your style of comedy. I didn't do second city stage drama for years before i i mean i've been asked when mas- no but i do also i was clearly afraid of it but i actually didn't know if i'd be good. I didn't realize it improvising was. Just you keep talking. You know what is it you see you as you said you have been committed to doing sketch much longer people. Just don't stick sketch they don't find any feel like you're a person who does what they are inspired to do and so it's clearly. You're still inspired by sketches of form. You mean my marty was only a couple of years right. Yeah what is it about a form. It still inspires you so much. I just think it's its own form. I mean i think when when it really became popular. Snl from setv. You know. I was asked to do the grimly movie. Yeah and to me. It was like you know a similar character or probably questioning that would have been peru when needed pee-wee's The adventure the differences. He had tim burton. And but in general. I kind of felt with the exception of peavy which is bright movie. You know that ed grimly worked for seven minutes On snl but why does that mean. He works for ninety minutes. The the the form you can say that but a sixty second commercial and can be its own that can be a higher art form than the mediocre movie clear. It's yet you like crane. These characters like in having characters and form in which characters make more sense is is just so much fun. I mean i hosted in two thousand twelve and bill hader and i did. The sketch was the queen's dr Food bill is you know a genius but and he's you know were buddies and so that was fun but will when i think of that scene i remember the name. You remember his trying to make bill laugh through the whole thing because bill laughs and doesn't like that he laughs at he's made he did not wanna laugh through this safe but you know with. Snl cue cards and they're changing lasting you see. It's not even light blazes. You can't do the show you cards. Because it's two lines had been rewritten for time. minute before so you know for doing to sing. I have to look mike you cards. They're they're they're and we've look at them but it's going to look like we're looking at each other. But i kept like i would lean into his shot with my face or exaggerate the british accent from dress and he does break up and it's the best moment with sketch in still watch now every i do. Have you watched something you think of a person or sketchy watched and you go. That's kind of like what i did. Do you still see the seeds of the things that you do when you look at sketched. They don't really see it that way. I actually know a young say. Oh i coulda done that. You know it's did it. Actually be quite as when i was. Snl a non lot of. They're very few writers that wrote for me. Yeah they didn't dislike me. They just thought my stuff was to. Aw they couldn't get in there. Jim downey a andy. Brickman were to writers. Did and harry sheer and chris billion you know. That's that was a group of. Yeah what do you. How do you like right. I mean i feel when. I think it's not my favorite thing. Yeah it's part of the thing you have to do Where i where. I like to write. Is you have to funny guys with you. And they've got laptops. And you. And i have tape recorders all over and i'm on my feet and i'm improvising. Yeah and then sometimes have the time spent trying to find that line. Would you say yeah understood okay. Ilan known i said a different way than.

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"jiminy" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

08:02 min | 8 months ago

"jiminy" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"Both u. And steve have a version of this of making jokes about show business while also appreciating show business. And i want to talk how your perspective differs specifically steve growing up in southern california. And you growing up in canada if that informed how you view show business as at not show business in terms of your career but show business as this idea no. I don't think there's any difference to the border I think that In fact when. I look at steve's career i mean he was massively famous in the seventies and i was doing second city stage but i wasn't like i mean i knew steve martin i love snl. But i didn't have his albums. I it was later on when i get known that i realized you know he had a happy dance. I had happiness. You know he was making fun of show business. I was making fun of show business but i think there's no difference because he was watching johnny carson And i was watching johnny curse. He was watching it sullivan. And i was watching it sullivan. We were products of television And it doesn't matter what city you're watching the same program at I mean i used to think from that people would always say to me often asked me about all the canadians have come to. The united states successfully encouraged. I used to think silly question that there was no border to the arts etc and then these canadians just kept coming. You know phil hartmann. Mike myers and seth rogan and and then the setv gene. Levying catherine all these people dave thomas. You couldn't you kind of go. So maybe something in the water. I don't know the the this reverence even when you were making fun of things is does that. Carry over to impressions impressions very interesting thing to do. I like them to hirschfeld sketch you if you find someone unconscious for example and you want to play that unctuous nece in a sketch. It's unfair unless you also present them to be a little fast income because first of all you wouldn't know how to impersonate them if you hadn't paid attention to So when i would do jerry lewis for the first time i did jerry. Lewis on setv. I made sure that he was funny. I mean it's funny as i could make I mean that complemented jerry. Not me but i mean i'd running around like a monkey in light. My cigarette aflame would go up his jokes but then we cut to him in a sailor boys outfit lecturing hollywood about Modern show running. And that's you go okay. That that's a slight but if i just done that it wouldn't be inaccurate appraisal. Yeah in you know in a lot of interviews and profiles a read of you. There seem a lot of journalists. Seem to have like this very similar objective of trying to get you to admit some grand- great regret you have that. Do not like an international movie star like you're not like fester sole owner whatever it is and you always like. I'm happy with the the variety of my career and stuff like that and i think that becomes i think when you're Sylvester stallone or john travolta and you have this massive trillion dollar hit throughout the world and the second one the third one. I think that would go what you enter in that phase. How do i keep this up. Because this is my new normalcy. My career is the career of a typical a not a typical but i mean if in comparison to john and and sly a a typical career in downs and that doesn't work in. That doesn't work. Can paul simon would said to me by the way he might have said to me. You know is linked twenty five years ago so making it up but no he said to me that i'm the reason i'm hesitant the figure but let's say ninety percent of his career was in failure. he was taking for granted all fabulous songs. He wrote the demos that he thought were brilliant. Known light them and this and that and so this idea that that's a typical career Art is something that For every success there many many many failures. So i'm not pretending that when i made inner space and thought it was going to be a massive hit and it wasn't then i went. Oh well no. I did. But i didn't i kind of was now onto the next thing. Yeah did does having those experiences. And then seeing how people react to it and being in la giving you a perspective on celebrity or famous or fame and what people seem to expect from it or think. Celebrities should be like now. I think that you ask that. Because i live in l. a. And i think the reality is that wherever you live you create your own world in your own friends. And and maybe they're all in show business but they're still They're not now doing drugs and screaming at an ad there. Tom hanks who has too much talent for one human being. But i mean my friends through the years have been tom and rita hanks walter lori parks they ran dreamworks and but they're all together for thirty five years with an amazing children. Yeah so it's not about so my perspective of la's just world is created in la. I wanna talk about a little bit about your relationship to steve and specifically What is it like to collaborate. What does that look like in terms of you you do. These two men chosen. i imagine. There's introducing new bits and jokes. How does that process work do you. Can you think of an example of how well no we do as you would imagine. We we accumulate. We have writers that help us so we'll look at their jokes. Look are jokes. sit in the phone. We do a neck. Oh show Where he's in the screen and were typing. And we'll have sessions like that and work on the script and try adding new lines. Listen to our live. Show yeah when we do colbert. Today we have a dropbox file called colbert and And he and i will look at it overton. What about you say that. I say that. But selene is going to be there too so we shouldn't plan too much because we don't know where it's gonna go so we don't create bogged down when i do I'll do fallon on overdoing together. But i'll do kimmel in october by myself. And the beats will be worked out. But then jimmy will screw around with him and that's fine too. Well how did the ear. You're only murders in the building. Character can as we talked before. How did you land on the bounds for that because it is an interesting tone pieces because you got to be big at some points. It's also really ground. It's important to me the material and the situation there for the writing dictates i'm gonna do it My job is to whatever they present to me. I have to make it somehow. Real even though it's heightened and that's the trick And there are times that. I'll say it to john hoffman. You know if. I say this line therefore i am that person.

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"jiminy" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

06:02 min | 8 months ago

"jiminy" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"We're back with martin short. I want to ask you about commitment and specifically in jimmy interviews. People laugh not. You don't really break that much. But what is the decision to include those things right. There is a version of this where they have to play straight. And you play it straight well. I think it's a fine line. You don't wanna make an indulgent like. Oh they can't stop loving it mardi but in the same respect you want to believe that. They're not pissed off Did they're not and 'cause not yeah you know and there is something i think joyful about seeing some laugh sincerely and especially if it's before that you can sense that they've been trying not to laugh. Yeah then so i. When we'd those pizza. I'd say i think we've earned the right for them to laugh with us looking like people. Yeah and in. Most of germany's being funny like he's he's being funny person isn't he would. Do it laughed in van. Voorhis would laugh. You know. I wanna talk about how right out the gate show business. The idea of show business. I felt like it is tremendous source of parody and satire. for you're doing hollywood adjacent characters. People who are on the fringes of show business including glick even only murders. There's a sense of a person who's right in that world and and so much of the your stage and talk show persona is kind of making fun of show business phony type person but also you clearly love hollywood and long revered it how what is the balance. How much are you making fun of the things. How much are you celebrating it. How is it balanced by really making fun of it at all. I mean i know it looks like making fun of it and i'm satirizing and because you said is what you know. Yeah and i know show business but I think that you know when. I go on with the make fun of dave letterman. Or pretend to fun over falun. What's really fun to see their reaction because there were all friends and they know it's me The time i was on letterman. You know sometimes read. I send an elaborate and of yeah like almost get them to bellevue nece twenty pages and it just Becomes a process that i've always done and it just allows me to go out there and say i'm gunning for bear. If he's offer a mom she's off. I'll toast myself. Because i did everything i do. That's a big part of my The way is to say. I did everything i could do. If it's not my fault if they are in bad mood or if the director screws it up because he's not good. I'll still toast myself a glass of champagne and everything good so But i remember one time You know some of these guys will read all the jokes. you know whether it's kimmel kim. A won't 'cause he wants to be surprised. The dave letterman used to love to read all my notes and at one point. I talked about an actress. Bad breath and i had said As a joke to the matt. Roberts who's a segment producer. I said her breath smelled like kaye. Ballard's couch no kaye. Ballard was a comedian from the sixties. And very funny and it was just a name. I'm going in there. But i didn't mean to do it on the air the last joke. That segment was 'cause it was too story but an actress had bad breath Stage man. I've talked to the stage manager. Stage manager talks to her. I said the stage. You don't talk to her because she knows it comes from me. Because he had kiss and the next night he'd clearly got into her because she still had horrible breath but she had an l. toyed And i said it smelled. Like someone put a peppermint in the morgue and that was it. Dave said 'em what else and i said. Oh come on. I've been waiting for it all day. He said and i said rush limbaugh couch went no and k balance couch him because suppose produce them. We go to commercial the pitch of k. belly. I felt horrible and she wrote a letter to her lawyer mark syndrome. Who i knew. And she kind of what. I do to those guys you know. She's eighty or something. So i sent her a long letter to say exactly what happened. It was just a fill in joke. You could have been any name And i didn't mean to do it on the air and she sent me an email back saying i always liked. You sound like that. She was great. Jesus so it's you have. It is the the whatever irene is it is just a gateway so you could have the reverend for these things that you naturally have. Yes i mean. I think that that's why when you say about laughing. If i went on i mean i've read comments which are larry's conan. I've talked about it. Were you know. I'll come out. Insult salt him and say this looks like the orange crash test. Dummies and thing or freeze dried. Prince harry whatever stadium and then you read the comments. Oh my god if cone onto he could take him apart so they're not quite getting it. They're not no.

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"jiminy" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

07:02 min | 8 months ago

"jiminy" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"Joe flaherty in your book east. Who you collaborated with an a. C. tv and Any describes what he calls. You're disgusting unlikeable characters and again. I know we talked about the meanness but it You know well i mean. He's talking about particularly the one that used to read through joe. Jackie rogers junior. But there's a lot of disgusting unlikable third parts of jimmy are disgusting Jimmy or an unlikable. You are not disgusting and you are seeing likable. Is it part of yourself that you've you know that is disa- channel a certain amount of disgusting. I'm like well part of yourself. That does not appropriate no not remotely. It's not that deep i killed. Be that deep. You want me to be deeper and it's not gonna happen. No i mean in the case of jackie rogers. Each case is diff- yup jackie. What struck me funny about. Jackie was that beyond that he was Had cross i. He was albino but he also had no talent but his father had talent so every time in a stage show. He mentioned. His dad is late. Daddy look up. You know because that's the only reason he's a junior So that was more. But i remember i did this piece road with dickel super bowl thirty. Mike short called jackie rogers junior old mother nature. She loves you and the premise was that jackie rogers has performer. Had been killed doing this. special attack by cougar. And the the special sadness shop for eleven years And at the end of it we needed his son to pop on and say. I miss my dad. I hope you won't thursdays at seven. And i'd seen a picture of mickey rooney junior and i don't know if he's him but he looked pretty. Damn yeah so we made him about him and then the next piece we did was eugene. Levy wanted to split screen Vegas and atlantic city show called Something that's all show business. That's all and he said. I want to work with the father. I know you gotta work with his son. Said i hate the sun. The albino kid i said you gene. We have to play the rules. Jackie seniors dead via so then. The special became jackie junior. And bobby bip and then and that's how we did it. You know so. It was but it really and alexander who ran. Setv had a laugh like this with his tongue out and he laugh. So that became jackie's. Yeah stuff like that. How do you know characters. Don is working is communicating when trying to communicate by the peace working. Yeah you know. I mean if the piece doesn't work you go ever ideas that guy you know In setv was almost endlessly in easy to write more than snl for characters because of the fictitious tv ship. I mean that's tv net. Yeah so you could you know. Put ed grimly billy. The kid starring ed grimly or egg grimly in the nutty lab assistant. When i moved to snl it became not those pieces. I kind of explored in that year of egg romney at home in suburban which we'd never we established once in. Setv in the fell. Who couldn't wait for christmas. You know he was in his bedroom but other than that. It was a new expiration of what his life was at home. there's a neediness to jimmy. And i think there's a neediness who a lot of your characters. And the marshall persona person you play on talk shows and stuff like that and in your book you mentioned being somewhat susceptible to the actors cursor being needy but in many interviews. You say you have don't actually have tremendous need for the audience's approval in the way that a lot of comedians are. What is both your personal relationship. Nece but also like what is interesting as that of character trait for you to explore. Well i mean. I think a vulnerable characters. More interesting than cocky character You know and again one of the things that i've returned to is the idea of someone who professes to be confident. But isn't who professes to be tone tooth but is it But in my case with my life knowing not needing. I'm just not in the united. I can't pretend i am fine. I wanna talk to you about Broadening the in comedy. It's specifically of to question. But i is in in the book you talk about how john candy played this one second city role. And then you wanna do something different. Because he had his own style. And you right. You wanna do something broader more in a pop art direction than what john candidate and i was very curious what that meant. What what how was brought as part. What did you mean by that. I mean when. I joined second city stage in toronto. They was march of nineteen seventy seven and i was joining a show that had already opened. Yeah and john candy not every role but a lot of his rules. I replaced 'cause. I was filling in now john leading commune. And there was a piece called sexist where it was a female employer and she's interviewing to people for the same job once highly qualified and one is igli worked at gas station and is still already. It was more bizarre and then with the hair. I kept looking it up and peter ackroyd brother danny kept saying boy. That's getting taller every show. So i'd put up in a point to make him laugh and the audience left. I thought wasn't that what i'm trying to accomplish. So that's where the pop art became. Yeah you know. 'cause ed was not a typical looking. He was an icon as much not icon in terms of how it's currently is but like. He is an image as much as he is right. How do you for a person like that or jimmy. How do you maintain them being grounded. When they are i well. I think they're grounded. Because i think those people exist. I think you pick up your shirts and the guy you know is a freak.

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"jiminy" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

05:53 min | 8 months ago

"jiminy" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"Thirty six god. Marilyn monroe died at thirty six. We lost your princess. Diana princess diana thursday studious. And then hopefully not me. No no no. You're here at strapping boy. You're gonna be fine. Thank you thank you. Thank you so doing that. Where any of those things. I mean the tallish things obviously a gym obsessively show. Do you know where any of those ideas came around new snow. That's great that's part of the dow. That's not always great. The point of it is truthfully. I was interviewing you. Yeah we talk for twenty minutes tonight. That's not so good. Oh that's good And something you look like a genius so part of it is. That's why i was thinking about you. Know the the greatest award to win for an actor is a tony award because there's no editor making a ham. There's no director saying bring doubt it's director but there's no in the moment of why you might win. That award is tied to what you're doing not anyone but you know and then some said after you wanna tony will i mean. I think that no one necessarily wants to see canneries. Hamlet but if you filmed it it could be a massive hit Do your characters age in so much as you. You've been doing some of these characters decades. I'm doing some of these thirty years. no. I don't think they've age. I'm trying to think like. I've never played you know a gray haired grimly Or and. I remember when i did the last time. I did eglin. Snl it was actually. Donald trump was hosting. And so i never met him but it was a film piece and i think i was doing falun and lorne came down. Said you wanna do thing the next day and it was a remote shoot. But i remember thinking really. How do we make ed. Let's bring in courses whatever we have to do. Let's make ed look like this timeless cartoon that exists in life. Do they feel like old friends for you. That's almost like sunset boulevard me showing reruns of brindley. He's like my friend. You know i think that for me. It's i certainly love all those characters like people often ask what your favorite i don't have favorites like and that in respect is like saying. What your favorite kid but I don't know. I think that you understand him. You do them and then you stop doing. I mean i've done ignorantly for decades. Yeah I want to ask you a couple of other. Jimmy moments the one that we haven't talked about which one of your other favorite ones is the steven spielberg interview. Yes and then and you've made so many films. What are you gonna do the big one. What do you mean. Big one sutton click. I'd love to see it. Because i think you can get you talk about that line in. What do you like about it why you feel like that's a perfect jimmy thing to say whether to great that there was a great idea in that sketch which was a of the line. You're talking about his saving money. Get do the one. The one that connects to the people but we had created a thing. Zooming time we've actually done that. 'cause we rarely plan things was that I told stephen that Who's a very old very good friend of mine. He had never the last interview he done. Was dina the dina cooking show. So this is not what he does. You don't see stephen on the tonight show and but he did this. And he's he remember. He kept being discombobulated because he said i can't see you in there either. It'd be kind of weird. But anyway i told him one point. I said i'm going to ask you a question. How do you see yourself as director. And i want you to look off and just expound and but the cameras data me as he's answering. I slipped down. My chair. And i crawled craft service got donut and five jobs. Eight them crawled back sat on the chairs net. Wonderful cut off in the middle of this thing but he couldn't look over to notice that i had done it. That's the only thing we planned ever can you if it out of character. Do you think you can eat that. Many donuts that quickly or data thing that like one. I don't really need them. You know they're crispy cream so they they collapse so Either i'd spit them out and say i'll save that for later. You know that makes sense. And then you know i wanna wash my face like a cat. And he'd do that. It's more about post. Donut is supposed to really eat got. It is coin as part of it when you think of jim need like what. What does he know illness. Is it a plateful thing i remember. I interviewed mickey rooney and he made a film called the yankin eaten And i said. I want to yank uneaten. I'll tell you something it's memorable and he just stared at exceeding time In in in your book. You talk about from improv. You learn you. You don't have to look for a joke. You just find comedy out of the character and anyone watches unique. Looks like there's so many jokes in there. Can you explain the distinction. What that means and how that will i think to me. The the attitude of the character and what he's feeling is more important than the job. Yeah i mean. I do great jobs my head and say them as a character but to me the the arrogance jimmy the cockiness the the spoiledness. That comes with undeserved accomplishment. Those are the things that make me. Laugh the most.

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"jiminy" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

09:05 min | 8 months ago

"jiminy" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"Who made you millions of dollars to say. But it's not being mean it's it is a gym doesn't know these are meetings. Say it's just sort of like no. He's stating his honesty In the moment and he is obtuse enough to know that they're insult you know. Where does that come that. Where does that come from. you like. That comes from growing up the child family house. I mean. I just spent just at my cottage in canada and i hadn't seen my one sibling brian for almost two years his wife and kids and they were up and i realized in then my other brother michael who lives nearby cottage was you know and the dynamic is just sarcasm insulting All done for the guys have comedy and laughs. And everyone's laughing. And that's how i grew up. Yeah my father never ate with us. He would sit in the kitchen reading the newspaper. Having a gin. And we'd sit in the nook City and he don't shovel it in. Like anonima michael. He'd go back to paper or sometimes you get up and go michael key be. I'll make sure the duck and it was like nonstop and it was hilarious as long as you weren't the recipient and Any interviews where you said something as glick. The person did not like it. They were usually involved in at all. You know most of them were my friends. Yeah the only one i saw was like tom. Green was weirdly upset. That was a weird day for tom. In general. I think he didn't just get what i was going. Who's also he film opening. And i think reviews have been mean vulnerable theorist. I interviewed tom. Green For my talk show you status. Yeah but that. He didn't get. He thought he was being attacked and He wasn't. I felt bad because he was in my home. So you don't reference it. But when the tv journalist named skippy low passed away all of his bit said that he was an inspiration for jimmy. Quick well he was skippy. Was definitely an inspiration for pinky. Yeah that's who skippy was most like. That's what it is. Yeah what if it seems like. You do have some opinion about celebrity interviews. I mean obviously you're not out for it and that wasn't the main i don't think most liberty interviews at all. I think it's about I've already said about more onto pow. Like if i was forced to do another jimmy thing i would make him a congressman I think that when you see from lindsey. Graham to people pretending january six didn't happen. Yeah it's all glick fodder you know seeing in defending the right for a tourist. You know that would be a glick episode. The only thing that's happened in america is that it's actually happening so that distinction of who you know even looking at the one every watched the pinky thing. It's it's kind of funny. He asked a question but then forgets. He asked the question and that sort of it. That's all you can really do right. What a moron. With power is such a clear what you're talking about an evolved. Yeah day idea. You remember that. Saturday night live. Nothing is written on monday. You've read through une wednesday at four you go into a room with lorne and the head writers and say's mardi what are you like to like this and was always funny is that i would always writes something like i'm working on a host. I would ruin the ma like an writer some other piece and remember It was a piece ripen. Larry david but it was called curb your something and it was too long. Didn't really kill it dress. But lauren because he's so polite say mardi this piece your thoughts another. He wants me to kill it. he doesn't want to kill it. So then you pick the pieces. Were you know this has like three pieces too long. And you don't know what's going to end up. I remember i was hosting in two thousand twelve and lauren came up to me at eleven. Twelve twenty five hundred mardi of the two pieces which woman drew other seen from dress I side i will go with you and fred. Then okay do you. The first time you did something physical state. We might get hurt or one of the first times. When i was in second city stage in toronto there was a guy on the air. That time imputed saskia and he had a talk show in canada. So dave thomas is playing. Peter key and i came out to the french interpretive dancer named jacques and i'd hair slicked back. And you know i i used to like to really create looks for my character and at one point he gets up and he just keeps smashing into the wall of falling down and smash against the wall. I don't remember thinking about who this is dangerous. You know i'm twenty five. Yeah you know catherine heroin. I used to piece where. I'm singing my way sinatra. And she's a drunk heckling me in assisted share in mia sinatra in toxin. Slick bag. i get my hair like the perfectly and seeing my way and she keeps interjecting. You had amy new ye letter. Google you know and funded. Then i'd take my bow. And i turn and kick catherine. The face in her chair. Goes right over the back. Catherine would say now i. I can't believe i did that if you have every night. You know that you're going backwards. A chair yeah. You know but she was twenty three or something so she thinks sure. Would it be possible to talk to jimmy for a second. Absolutely thank you so much for being here thank you. Aren't you an interesting looking. But i appreciate that us well from all the time of doing showed. Who did you actually like interview. Who's your favorite person interview. I think talia shire. She had so many different secrets than she'd she knew rocky personally and she knew coppola related and Sh she. She had an attitude in the breath of a cougar but she was a good spirits. You know we're talking in new york. What do you think about new york. You're still associated with hollywood. Well i've always wanted to do off broad ask. My dream is to win an nba in musical or comedy drama would like to do jfk. I think that Jfk had lived named my show. Who do you have married. would he had been with. Let's say the wonderful Oh i don't know let's tale someone exotic you know and i think he would have been a spirit. He would've had bad back issues. And i think that would be willing to explore come out in a wheelchair and then stand up the dignity like fdr. Yeah how is your corona virus experienced. Or how did you corentin. What did you do during the pandemic. Well i mean. I didn't do a great deal. I got very lonely. And i would collect hands and behead them with tweezers. I would do that and that would be part of the morning and then You know. I do eat brand early. So that's the afternoon and then in the night I just i just i. I used to get buck naked. And go to the top of my Roof and just say come on stars. Make sure i'm okay and it was. It was a lowly experienced. No one visited many. Your children visited. You know morgan is having issues I'm not saying transitioning. But i'm not saying he's convinced and the other three are just they were on a trip with dixie In the middle east of all places. They were touring somalia interesting. I don't know they got a discount on the tickets. And they were stuck there for nine months so it was just me in the balcony buck naked with stars saying hilmi and looking up and imagining atlanta term. Might be staring at me..

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"jiminy" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

03:47 min | 8 months ago

"jiminy" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"Site wasn't is complex. Yes as what. Did i go into sing the way we did it. It was one hundred percent improvised. Yeah and we would shoot for fifteen minutes sixteen minutes. I remember when i did or you shoot for eight minutes and you'd stop you had Bookie will do another pass. I remember alec baldwin. I said allegheny thoughts and he asked me about women and i didn't know where he was going but his premise that he'd slept with every woman. Yeah that existed. Talk about some of the leading ladies you've had and when i say had i mean had devil gena davis. You made love with gina davis. No meg ryan could get enough of naked cadman. Just unbelievable man you you. You had an affair with sarah jessica. Parker what do you. She comes to your apartments for your clock in the morning after she wraps the frigging tv shows. She's matthew broderick from the producer. Every one of these wonderful lady. Good so what we would do is shoot for. Let's say fifteen sixteen minutes. And then we go to the ed and look at it and see what we had and if we were laughing my brother michael paul clarity myself. If we were laughing for then it became an and then it became a part of the character. Yeah it wasn't the other way around so you mentioned alex. Slipping the idea. Did you go in with any plan like you know. I would go in with information about their career. Yeah i would go with information about their Least well-known character. Yeah so i could say how much it how much of. Billy jackson is in alec baldwin. He he have to say has billie jackson and it's a part he played you know for the minutes in a movie so but it and then then what happens. It's like you know you're sculpting something you the more. You edited insane. Okay that's what this interview is the first one he was jerry seinfeld Then that becomes a character. Yeah so you create the character so you just start with some basically start like any interview and then you just certain things but i you know more on with our. I knew that he had a tv show. He'd been he was an inevitability. Been on the air forever. And like like the barbara walters. Barbara was obviously better than jimmy. But in whether you wanted to do barbara or not. If you're nominee for an oscar you had do bar And that's kind of what i thought was with jimmy. And the fact that he was horrible is job in directly with insult. The people under guys of complete increases So that he would say. Mel brooks stretch your big beef with the nazis you know has show. Is it still not ready to someone. Who is jewish. But only jews are in. Show business really. I don't know one gentile. it's ever succeeded in show business. What's your big beef for the nazis. What's my big things. You're always.

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"jiminy" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

06:34 min | 8 months ago

"jiminy" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"No tampa whose. Ivanka primetime glick. We'll be back after this. I'm here with martin short. Thank you for joining me pleasure. So i wanna talk about jimmy. Click obviously but to start. I want to start in one thousand nine hundred six. You're hosting saturday night. Live and you do. Character named pinky nigh Pinky host a show called the tinseltown tatler. He has many similarities to jimmy. His voice is like a really slight version. like a not as loud version of jimmy The main thing is he's very forgetful. he's constantly talking about ginkgo boloba he though he looks different he had just sorta bulbous nose. He's not in fat suit. He's sort of a pro. Jimmy yeah good evening and welcome one and all my name is tanking. I and our show is ten. Count tacklers where we talked to people who mean something. I don't read the town but to me personally. We're talking about the lana terms. The lowest outweighs. Ryozo caesar omarosa cab calloway's and one of the great legends in my life. Was this young lady on my left. Whose name totally escapes me. Rona pat pat and one oscar. To life is so unfair. Oh but hollywood so unfair pinky. You know i remember when i first signed with metro and bobby wagner said to me oh barbara wagner. Oh yeah heart-to-heart. I love that show. I was not offen- student. The chemistry between robert wagner and stephanie power. I didn't get it. I suppose it's because i don't get her stephanie powers. You've written a book a damn right. I have to get to it right after this commercial. Do you remember doing that character. And the where that came from the impulses of doing that character started. You know that week is always a week of madness when you're hosting particularly when you're hosting because you're then there's other things there's other meetings that you normally wouldn't have to do and then there's the host dinner We're normally you'd be at the office writing But i don't remember. I don't remember who wrote that. Yeah i haven't seen the show since ninety six But it definitely was from that. When i was quitting jimmy There were a lot of elements that i loved about that character and then And then there was you know when you create these characters are based on many people movement. Not just one you've seen that's just an impersonation but a character creation is based on many different things. Obviously you wanted to base and some in you know were meant to give it three dimensions. Because i've always felt like characters in when you go life are broader than having an. Snl you know they. Just don't know their garages. So there was a guy on my street who behind. So i incorporate made that more in there and was that so that voice was that a voice. You've always thought was funnier entire life. And you're just waiting or you've were coming up as characters sometimes notice things. Yeah but people and then i retain it and then you know. Twenty years later can make hundreds of dollars. Yeah but i mean. I remember watching as a whole was twenty or something and richard. Nixon resigned And he was talking to the camera you know crooked. I'm a good guy but he had all this sweat above his lip. And i just thought that was fantastic the f. because he's telling us something we know he's lying. He wants to pull off that. He's not lying but his upper lip won't allow it so I'm twenty and then when i'm thirty five. Great nathan through maggio. I must put glycerin above lip. So you had this voice. Which is i believe. His name is mr brayden. You talked a little bit and in the book. Call jimmy and malcolm of people. So i wanna walk through the other people use as part so you have this voice mentioned merv griffin Which part is murph griffin. In the well merv is all him no intense and very polite and Merv was always polite to people. he was the You know i never did griffin show. But i mean everyone who said that. Did that show said he was. The kind is loveliest you know. And so jimmy has an element of that. The also is spoiled and has a temper. He said he felt good. Jesse god i ask you. A question doesn't mean. I need an answer. You know I remember in that interview. She was in the middle of an answering went in freaked her up and she said afterward that was like her thing that like apparent would do just drove a crazy so it didn't throw her from the interview. That moment is one of the few moments from the run of the character. They feel like you referenced. That's what what what is that. That you feel is prototypical. Jimmy that shushing it so visceral even watching it back. It's still it's shocking to see and no point to someone think you're going to be shushed. Here's the person who invited. Now you've invited on your show. Yeah you know. I think it was just ultimately the absurdity of any interview in absurdity of any character. Now i mean it's when he's and and also remember alec baldwin. He talked about that alec and people like him should be airdropped. I think to catalin yes and So now in. That interview is revealing myself as his big right winger So everything that was to me. Ultimately it was more on with power the has it does make me laugh. That these morons that you see the kevin mccarthy's the real in his case dangerous morons Also have a staff that are terrified of screwing up getting the tuna fish sandwich order wrong. Yeah so the idea that jimmy who was a hit could have staff that was scared of him And is absurd wilson trump to. Yeah yeah yeah. So the the issue of power thing at the time. What were you observing. That that that unlocked right you had this.

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"jiminy" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

02:08 min | 8 months ago

"jiminy" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"I'm glad glad obviously shows up a little alarming talk about this soprano series because that's so amazing. I didn't know you were the whites on that and and and you play italians. I do we. Do we all do this. So many italian people end up being mafia I don't know that that's the case. Soviet talion people. How come they pretend not to be killers so much. Can they pretend not to be killers so much. Can they pretend not to be killer any thoughts. No you're at. Vh1 awards the devour words of the research. Franklin in your town. I did kid. Rock was there and that was the pamela anderson right. I can't believe it's going to last. I can't keep track of those celebrity romance. It wasn't hurt the timing the had split up. And you don't know who to believe in anymore. I just heard the tyson's with seen sat to split up. Sh i cut more question. Sorry if you keep interrupting me. When i have more questions how could i possibly double task. I'm sorry double test. You expect too much from me. Girl heavy. I know you're my guest but that's wrong and i want you to talk to you. Thank or shrink here. God god forbid you should go to church in question while you direct me. Thank you very much. Carmella i do. Oh that's wonderful. I haven't battalion and nor was she okay. We just called her carmella. Because you always go like that's been easy. Go and she's been one. She's on the sopranos and she plays the mother lou..

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"jiminy" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

No Such Thing As A Fish

03:01 min | 10 months ago

"jiminy" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

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Kennedy Center Honors Slims Down in Response to Pandemic

1A

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Kennedy Center Honors Slims Down in Response to Pandemic

"Center honors are being held today but on a smaller scale because of the pandemic, the iconic performing arts center in Washington, D. C. Postpone its event from December MPR's Elizabeth Blair reports. The honorees include musician Garth Brooks and director and choreographer Debbie Allen. The Kennedy Center honors air like Lifetime achievement Awards in the arts. The other honorees are violinist Midori, Joan Baez and defended Jiminy, Jiminy, Jiminy, Jim Jim Tariq a sweep it as lucky. As luck income BEEF Germany. The honorees were greeted by President Biden at the White House this week. The honors gala is typically the Kennedy Center's largest fund raiser, raising about $6.5 million. With everything scaled back this year, They raised half that. A telecast of the Kennedy Center honors will air on CBS on June. 6th.

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"jiminy" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"jiminy" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Borders? Thank you. That's right. Record town. Just King. Great store for closed. God, Don. I knew that would get your it that I knew that would get you county seat for your jeans. Wherever. Yeah. Oh, well, Still, let's get a wet seal. That's what they used to call me in high school civics somewhere specific somewhere. Yeah. Okay, let's get ready to shake, rattle and roll and I'll read your time once again for Jason and Alexis will mostly Alexis to read your stick and I'll be just stick. You could read it if you like. Yeah. Mad like you. She cracked talking about that. Donner so third Jiminy Cricket of the day. The last 25 minutes sector. He's quality cricket. It's fine. You've reached your quota for the day. Okay? Yeah, years ago. You know the story s O get ready Because Alexis is ready to tell your fortune with these sticks that she found at an antique store in Burnsville. And now Mystic stick Assistant. Dawn will identify our first stick person. Go ahead, dog. Our first stick person is Kai They're on the phone with this right now. Hi, Ty. Hi. How you doing? Pretty good cold. Yeah, Let's go. It is colder than a polar bear's private. So cool. You know, you know the routine. Alexis is going to tell your fortune for today. Would you like her toe? Concentrate on your professional or personal life. Personal personal. Okay, Here we go. Tie that sound you hear in the background. Is Alexis taking her box soon. Ah, stick shall rise from that box. And that is your stick, and it will come complete with the lucky number. Go ahead, Alexis. I'm strange gods right now. Oh, hell, yeah. We're taking a real good for you. Okay. All right. Here. Wait. Go. Wo Chi. Yeah, when just popped out. 49 remember 49 eyes that a salacious reference or that it any way you want, Kenny. Thinking about all right. Here's what your stick says So cold is the winter that turns.

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New Coalition Urges New York Governor to Raise Taxes on Wealthy

Morning Edition

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

New Coalition Urges New York Governor to Raise Taxes on Wealthy

"Progressive Advocates and elected officials were calling on Governor Cuomo to increase taxes on the wealthy to make up for the state's budget shortfall. At a rally outside Cuomo's Manhattan office yesterday in New York York City, City, City, public public public advocate advocate advocate Jiminy Jiminy Jiminy Williams Williams Williams said said said taxing taxing taxing the the the rich rich rich will will will be be be necessary. necessary. necessary. To To To avoid avoid avoid cutting cutting cutting programs programs programs that that that serve serve serve low low low income income income New New New Yorkers Yorkers Yorkers you you have have to to do do with with Governor Governor is used all of the tools that are available to you. You have not done that ever. In fact, even before the pandemic, you were trying to various the books on the backs of people of this city and the state. State faces of $14.5 billion budget gap. Cuomo had long resisted the idea of raising taxes on the wealthy but recently acknowledged to tax hikes will be necessary to address the state's fiscal crisis. He didn't specify what those increases would look like.

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"jiminy" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"jiminy" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"That says You can't be out there. But it's just about wearing this tremendous exaggerated then we'll not the United States is down 21% that we have. Capita is among the highest. I wouldn't be able to get the word out, dumped in a garbage can and have my name on it. I'm not happy about our case. Authorities know there is, in fact, no evidence of widespread fry. I want somebody to get rid of the individual mandate. Always protect people with preexisting. You are the existing conditions a tiny percentage, But that doesn't stop you from releasing. You saw what they did with clear There is no law rule that prohibits you from releasing your taxes. I know she's gonna make great decisions for our country Life. Republicans would like to see Robie Wade overturned an abortion. And point of fact, DR Program there are no new applicants are allowed. It's the Savannah Show. Starring Savannah. It's the debate featured Savannah Guthrie, Savannah Guthrie debating Savannah Guthrie. Jiminy Christmas. Welcome back to the show. Dana lash dot com That was just like a supercut of her interrupting him. Eleventy 1000 times. 11 2000 Times, Aziz said at the start of the program. There's a difference between being aggressive and undisciplined and she came off. Entirely undisciplined. I never thought that there existed another female who could make Kamala Harris look reasonable. And behold. I think she was just I don't I needed that actually. And and women, particularly Ladies, It is very easy. To try to play against Men who are unafraid to stand up to B s. You just try to always make yourself look like you're the one who is being being trod upon. She could have easily. She actually I mean, I think he came off great in this. He's not gonna take any garbage, but I feel a CZ, though. See Really overplayed her hand here. And just, you know, all joking aside and being totally serious and objective. She actually made him look like he was being just badgered. She made him look like he was being absolutely badgered. And it made him look sympathetic. Now it could be argued, and I have seen it argued That may be George Stephanopoulos. Just let Joe Biden talk because he realizes how ridiculous Joe Biden sounds when he's allowed to talk beyond 10 seconds. I.

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How Europe is responding to the coronavirus pandemic

Monocle 24: The Briefing

07:31 min | 2 years ago

How Europe is responding to the coronavirus pandemic

"Want to start really by having a look at what is happening in this part of the world and certainly how countries In and around a Middle Europa at handled covid nineteen as pandemic some economic powerhouses. The United States of course the UK have had a bit of a miserable time. You could say but Germany and Switzerland are getting back on their feet and even in the last hour or so here in Zurich. We heard the country's main aviation hub of the national carrier. Swiss have outlined an incredibly aggressive relaunch plan. Of course if we go north to the border in Germany LUFTHANSA'S HOPING TO INC. It's bailout package to do a bit of the same well for more on this. I'm joined here in Zurich Rob Cox regular with us. When is the global editor of Reuters breaking views and on the line from start in south western Germany on a Rosenberg as also the line and she is head of Europe and the UK at the political consultancy Sigme Global? Welcome to both of you rob. I wanted to start. Do you think something is up? Maybe in this country I think also we look to Australia and certainly Germany as well as everyone starting to behave as a bit of a block at a time when everyone is supposed to be yes nice nice role in together are we moving into a period where people are maybe trying to score a few points. Released position themselves That look we are open for business. And we're moving ahead here. We're kind of in this competitive de Lockdown Mode. Where everybody you know? Calm countries like Switzerland which WanNa score high on the the Doing Business World business indicators and things like that and I think they have something like thirteen hundred. Us companies alone. That have offices or something here so everybody is trying to kind of to ease the ease travel. Do it in the right way. But also the same time to showcase that they've done a good job or a decent job of of battling pandemic of ensuring that their citizens have safe that that and doing it in a sort of you know an intelligent way And in some ways opening opening up the borders as a way to show that off now I think they're quite conservative. You saw you saw. The Federal Council was saying yesterday and in other countries. You know there are still this tension between the politicians as it were and the health professionals at still going on. We're still going to see that for quite some time. But there's definitely a sense of like like let's get moving again But the the the big issue though is you can't just apply what the Swiss do or the Austrians due to say London or Dublin or Perez and I think so. The worry is a little bit like we have these fights over tax policy right That you have this sort of race to the bottom in some ways and I think that's it's one has to be quite careful. So if the Swiss open up or the Germans and people say Look Frankfurt's open for business in Syracuse. Open for business. The worry is that these other guys. I don't know or London that engage a well. We better do it quickly. Problem is that there's no one size fits all for battling this pandemic Rosenberg. When you look from your side of the border but maybe across to Austria and Switzerland do you feel that may be an of course? Federal Council Minister over in Vienna yesterday front from Switzerland. Do you feel that the dock nations are starting to to get work in a bit of unison? Work as Mitteleuropa to say that we can together be the the engine that we can point direction. We know that this is a time of of not great central leadership. I'm not sure if there's really a cross border collaboration as as that. I think it's more happening more here. Is that individual states within Germany. I using this as an opportunity to profile themselves when you look at pandemics throughout history typically they benefit smaller entities smaller countries smallest state smaller city states. And exactly the same has happened in this pandemic and Jimmy Away is positioned the way is positioned also because of its highly federalized decentralized system which means you have sixteen individual states that can make their own lockdown and opening up decisions and these decisions currently being made. They're all over the place and I would say there's kind of a rather than we're in this together. I would say there's a little bit of a rivalry at the moment towards who can open up. Fossa who is more concerned with the health of individuals citizens than the others? So it's still pretty much an looking inwards would say Germany. Do you think that some of that also ladder is up though? I mean whether it's whether you're talking about Bio You're talking about no Don Volya that obviously people who are sitting at the Foreign Ministry in Berlin. There were trying to figure out. How do they put this into a concerted message Which they can put across globally? I get the sense. is certainly in Switzerland while the Swiss like to talk about being humble and they don't WanNa talk about having had a good pandemic you do get the sense here that they are trying to. Of course push their message. This is a country that is going to be open for business. If you need to come to Europe And hopefully do need to come to Europe to have a meeting. Then maybe you might consider coming here. I and I'm wondering if Berlin regardless of what it's doing with a federal structure with the states are doing they're trying to have some kind of unified message or no yes. Of course ultimately there's a lot of coordination still trying to be made on on the national level. Am I do think that Germany has certainly benefited from this Kobe crisis? It has turned a crisis into an opportunity and for a variety of reasons and I think Germany ultimately when you look at where Jimmy Stewart's just before the Kobe crisis it wasn't quite a weak economic position that was stagnation that was not enough of investment. Going on into key sectors of the economy that was all these arguments about stepping up fiscal stimulus and spending and constant pushback from the government that wanted to stick to strict fiscal prudence. All of this is different now. The government is saving business left right and center splashing out it's investing and the economy. The Gym Mindset has changed to away from Frisco prudence that was evidenced of course the supporting joint debt with other European nations. And so in a way. Jimmy's kind of taken an advantage from Kobe. In repositioning itself. And I think if you ask me what does Jiminy and the EU stand in one. Two years down the line. I think Germany will clear when I hear on that we just before we went on air we were talking and you just touched on Dublin Dublin. Of course as as essential in Europe which has done very very well at tech. But we're now in a moment right now we're of course. Companies are more mobile than ever. And certainly when you look at some of those players who are who are in Dublin. Of course their headquarters being On on the. Us West Coast yet. There is mobility They move around the going to look of course for the best tax breaks That are out there. Is this also time and again I mean. Certainly you see the power of the money that various spends on go and put your headquarters or least your your regional or European headquarters in Munich. For example do you see this kind of acceleration? Absolutely the ease of doing business index. This is this is going to be part of it. Everyone's going to look at how you did it during this crisis And I think and how quickly you were able to come out of it and I think come. Countries like like Switzerland Like some of the Nordic countries that have have done a pretty good job a relatively good job relative to France or the UK or Spain or Italy are so they're going to have a better pitch to make an a country like Ireland. Which is you know punches. Well above its weight when it comes to global headquarters for I say European headquarters for many of these TECH COMPANIES. The facebooks and people like that that is also

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"jiminy" Discussed on Comically Anxious

Comically Anxious

06:11 min | 2 years ago

"jiminy" Discussed on Comically Anxious

"Mantech WITH ARE MY LESBIAN MOM RIGHT. Oh my goodness okay. Well have a great day and goodbye. Okay what's next Omar? Let's see how the stars are going to fuck with us this week? Let's do it Gemini. You could feel strong strong flirtatious energy with an surprising someone today. Oh my God I could. I don't know who it will be but I could feel that way. Although nothing says that you have to take things to the next level and I never would because I'm married. I just WANNA flirt without you. Know what I mean. In fact star save flirtation more than relationship right now so it's wise to keep things light and breezy instead of committed and long-term obviously obviously. That's how do it? This is a wonderful day for date or a social event where you'll have the opportunity to connect with people in your dating demographic I'm married so I don't have any dumber demographic I'm done with a demographic of dating but I sang and yet single Jiminy learning us for you guys and it's time to flirt about that out really get into a public area and just sort of touch everybody's Genitals sans out flirting slums Kennedy Benignly Cloudy Today. But yes yeah. It's been cloudy all day long. No it now. No I saw it. It was it was sunny. But you're a Gemini. Probably Touch People's genitals to flirt. That's how I always did it. And that like the. Don't even worry about words. Just go up to somebody. Put your hand on their pile. Always did that package or vagina doesn't matter just put your hand on it and just sort of talk and that's how you'll get. Nobody's uncomfortable that way. Okay minus libra. Your creativity is good for more than just reading. Cute little notes inside birthday cards and today's a great day to explore its full potential. I get some inspiration outside. Go for a walk to get your blood flowing pumping and your mind working in a new direction. Then think about what interest you and intrigues you. What our senses anymore. Before the end of the day you'll have a new project in your sights getting started on something. New is going to get you excited when I'm actually the late. The least creative person I know if there's a birthday card I'm like happy birthday. Wow you're old actually like you but you never got signed to get your bud but your blood pumping and flowing me. Yeah you probably go outside and take a walk you can. You'RE GONNA end up really creative. I just feel it. Yeah it's just going to be wild so much. Creativity through really is creativity. Creativity out of every orifice listen. I've had two classes of two beers at those points. Okay so listen. There's you can't trust me with anything But here's the thing. Is You know really a project started. Brands Project needs to be that she finds new content for this podcast. So figure that out. Because I'M GONNA be busy flirting. You're going to be the one with the new project. You have a lot of creativity one to take that walk. I took a walk and straight up flirted with everybody I saw. I was like old man and his wife couple. Hey let's add. Hey Guy I touched. Both generals kept going. I just been flirting left and right today. So really you need to get up on your creativity. Yeah and if you saw me you would see that you would definitely want. Homelands I have I. I ju- curls. I just wish the rest of my hair would conform curly or straight but this between thing is terrible it's like the two sides of her ears are just like a tight ring linked tight ringlets. It looks like the tightest ring. Let you could possibly have. I'm pretty sure she does it with her curling and then claims that no other did. There's like no way to have a curling iron that small just them no and she's lying. It's the smallest kroll you could possibly have. And then the further you go back towards my head to get straighter and straighter till you get to. The crown is just like Asian straight hair. I don't know I know I can't control it. I look crazy and if I don't do a curly or straight look I just looked absolutely crazy so today is the day where I and my vagina smells so bad. I haven't showered in four days. I've been on a plane twice recently. Yeah how I showered no if I if anyone has. The Corona Virus is definitely me? I'm happy to be here getting it. Okay let's next. Aquarius Aquarius okay. We hide a listener recently. Say that she would like us to read all of the Horoscopes and it's not that we don't want to do that. But here's the thing. This is not our job. We don't get paid enough money to sit here for a really long time and I'm not saying like you're not worth it because you are but also were drunk and this is we have other jobs so we gotta keep going so what we do. Is We just read the horoscope that's mining hers and then the one that it is currently which is Aquarius? I'm so sorry if a day comes where this is Howard. Earning our money to live off of bitter fucking believable read every single horoscope. There is on earth but for now we just can't get to that okay so queries just because you have to do some work today. Don't don't you even laugh just because you have to work today doesn't mean you can't have a ball while you're doing it wasn't the truth right. Let your creativity drive your day. And we'll help you arrive at something amusing some amusing combination unusual arrangements.

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"jiminy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"jiminy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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