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"joan rivers" Discussed on Can We Talk?
"The interview conducted by Rachel. Talbot was part of J W as documentary on Jewish women in comedy called making trouble. Trueba is a successful comedy writer. Who partnered with Jones starting in the early nineteen sixties? The depth of their friendship really comes through in this interview and as a counter to Jones public persona which was often critical especially if other women tree starts by explaining how she and Joan met when they were both fresh out of college and Joan. Rivers was still known as Joan Molinski. I had a friend than and Joan was looking for a partner and he and my boyfriend was looking for a partner so they found each other and it is Alinsky and Myers and so John and I started hanging out and like clung to each other like Oh my God this outside world but she was so smart. She was a better engine graduate and she had done it. This is on James. Joyce's you Erie. Smart she was mark and she was funny and she was in the Business Jonas to such a great combination women fringes of fringes thereof but trivia. Did something early on in review and she got picked up by the Carol Burnett show. That's right right and religiously you out remember that they've Louis Chicago somewhere. She was always. Her stuff was so head and shoulders and above anybody's truly above anybody's working that she was always picked. I from the group. She was always noticed. I at this at this point John. J-o-h-n was you're a change from Alinsky to radically change into rivers right okay. So that I really did over here the following conversation Gary Dino on the phone and he was he was talking about. You said no no. She's not like anybody. Stop asking you who is she is she like. She's not like anybody she's like herself and then he said and they wouldn't they wouldn't do it and he said dammit he said years from now you're going to be telling me get. Joan rivers type. Did I ever tell you know? Hey Gary Nardini agent totally how does that? How great is that? Which impressed me so much at her own apartment. And she was making it on her own and that was in a business. That's so difficult every woman so difficult and just an shoulders revenue. One of your books about how you became friends. 'cause you both understood what it was like to be female in the fifties. What was it like to be female? A lot of white boots female. Wait wait sort of white lipstick in the dark raccoon. Kinda is but we we met. I think at the beginning of the sick of the sixties. Really we're both nursery school. Yes yes yes. We met the beginning of the sixties and clinging on to you. Know to the periphery of the possibility. Of maybe maybe but there was also the thing that John and I. We both had the belief that it was going to happen. I think our whole group had that belief it was. It wasn't like if it ever happens. It was GonNa Happen Ready and you. You're not trying to be were. You may not have noticed. As a writer EPA chew was female comedy writer so Question Better. Course Joan would come to my apartment straight from her parents house and I remember. You always had a dime and you can use the phone. Nearly you leave the dial and I would love to remember that I said no no but I said Okay Day. John was a dime. I met such she she. She left her little her little dime and it was relocated All agent pray only always agents always here. Can I come down to this edition for that town? South of town. Telefe out the nightclub act which went well the the original loan we would all go to the catskills. Joan had this beat up car. That vaguely worked. I mean you know sort of sporadically and so we would go to the catskills and they were used to. You know so my wife. They were used to that. So here comes John and we have says hats and they've never seen you before I kind of and it was. He would just hate us. There were there. Were these old people all people very young Jewish these old Jewish people who were so sweet because maybe they had grandchildren like more something. They didn't want to be rude to. They've just kind of sit out like this is our fate. We have to kind of you know. Sit here and watch whatever is happening on the stage with these people one of the reasons they book because they had a car because with her having the car that meant that the agent could always say Joan could you bring so and so up because they don't have a car and the exotic dancer with the snake? The snake search your mind. Sure no problem the stakes in the back and so so she was the big. Wow Joan Molinski. Hyphen rivers has a car. So the car as a car So he doesn't have a car with dog acts and walking off but she hit early and she did something very brave. You were the first to go out to California. The Whole Group Has Joan and I were were both constantly fighting the idea that that a woman a woman is writing comedy and and Joan was was fighting that she doesn't do these old kind of stick of editor but she was doing more character stuff and do do the thing that I love. So much about your wig running his tell you that she wrote a joke for me that I still use to this day If God wanted me to cook my hands would be aluminum and toads me on the telephone. I remember calling her up and I said our guy wanted cook. My hands would be what the hands of course. Of course I still use streams joke at its truest joke. So great about the what about Phyllis diller had been around before you what was where people ever comparing Phyllis diller or they couldn't convey phyllis was so different phyllis was really you had venison. Phyllis was married so she could look income and I wanted to get married. I tried to look as pretty as you could possibly Charles and my pearls my little circle pin I was. There was two lives going there. You know if you're single and a doctor. Hey G later unfortunate role gay clubs thought so that was that was very nobody really wanted to be. Pr- pretty comedian. You're a singer you just don't you are pretty pretty here of humor. Well didn't help me go ahead a case you were pretty In in movies in movies on television were the had been and is now and will forever be up. Please start at at that time. In in movies on television everything the pretty one was the kind of you know and the funny one was the sidekick and so here's shown being the pretty one and the side kick simultaneously. I found that as a as a writer was very interesting because it was it was it was hard to write It was hard to write lead characters and make them really really funny in the thirties. They did it. But in the fifties and sixties it was always the kind of fat one who was the funding one. Or The you know with a funny accent was the funding. So here's Joan is dressed for for fraternity dance in her. Lovely black little sleeveless thing and with the pearls and showing a fund in the BOA Showbiz had a Bo tree. They didn't want to believe that you could be pretty and very smart very smart and very funny. It was a whole different kind of look to to what you expected to be. Competition among com. Extend your is still coverage. I mean I don't WanNa hear this nonsense. Oh good for Sarah Silverman please. She's taking bread out of my dog's mouth kibble out of his kid. Let my mouth that but I've I was tremendous competition. I am very competitive. I think that's why I was still doing at this age. Are you saying competitive or ambitious? I mean is it. Ambition Coming I WANNA knock this one out of the box or is it conversely I want to get ahead. I want it to be me. I wanted to be me rather than I want to get rid of him. I don't know about the other. I want to get rid of 'em be honest. Don't hold back. We're reading list more Vince. Young Sense emplo question. Why do you think there are many theories about why there are so many Jewish? Comedians writers You really wants the truth. There aren't there aren't yes there are Jews Johnny Carson. Oh has it ju- for you Jay Leno? I have to call him the rabbi sick. I you funny tonight. I mean nearside. O.`Neil is Jewish. Excuse me but they're tremendous amount of non Jews in the business they just always focus on the Jews. You're talking about hosts who host.
Joan Rivers: Can We Talk?
"Joan rivers career spanned nearly six decades she started with cabaret and off Broadway shows in the late fifties and then became a star of late night television hosting the tonight show and the late show with Joan rivers and eventually the daytime Joan rivers show in the nineties. She was best known for her comedic and sometimes mean-spirited interviews with celebrities on the Red Carpet John. Style was self deprecating abrasive. Everyone was fair game including herself. She charted new territory and comedy by telling stories from her own life combined with her willingness to talk about taboo subjects like hot flashes sagging bodies bad sex and marriage problems. You may have noticed that we borrowed our podcast. Name can talk from this hilarious. Talented and complex Jewish woman. Can we talk? Was Jones signature. Tagline sometime. She's it as a punchline. Sometimes it was a setup. It was an invitation to her audience. A signal that she was about to confide in them. Here's Joan on the show in the early. Nineteen Eighty S. I would not cheat. I would not cheek Maine because nobody asked me but I not because I think why we talk. I think my husband's spooner man okay. Which is very hard to save. I feel very close to you. I especially if you can. We talk was also Jones way of calling attention to her flaws and other people's her way of saying let's stop pretending and tell the truth here. Can we talk? Let me tell you something. The reason I have nothing happy the way I'm blessed is because I'm getting older at least seven very drop because Oh oh you don't know what it's like to get older too. You know what it's like to go in the morning to take facial mask and realize you're not wearing what so. Why did we borrow her? Tigon FOR OUR PODCAST. When we started the show Joan had recently died and we were all steeped in the debate about her role and her complicated legacy as brilliant and hilarious. But also crass and sometimes cruel. We love that. She had so many dimensions and that she believed in telling the truth about women's lives and expanding the range of models. We see all things we knew we wanted to do to. We also liked that. Can we talk was an invitation to our audience to join us in this project of storytelling and with that. Here's a wonderful interview from J W as archive recorded in two thousand six for our documentary. Jewish women in comedy making trouble. Joan talks about her early days at the Chicago. Comedy Clubs Second City being a woman on Johnny Carson's tonight show and playing midwestern clubs as New York Jewish comic later in the interview. She talks about going back to work after her husband's suicide in nineteen eighty seven. She starts by telling Interviewer Rachel. Talbot about a fight. She had with her parents over her decision to go into comedy. I left my house in pedal pushes enter old car that I used to drive and went to New York in speaking of the year and it was just awful and my dad wrote me a letter say that we are going to You'd better come home or we're going to have you committed. I was living in the bars on hotel for women and my dad wanted says and pulled me out. It was a scene. I think they ever forgot dragged me out. It was just horrible scene Harles. They just thought I was really life as though question about it. They just couldn't accept that. This is where I was going to end. This is all I could do so the I went back home and then I went away. Yeah it was just awful and then Pity yes that was great. Second City was very competitive. It was six of US thrown on stage. And it was make up your own lines and get your own scenes going and everybody wanted to be the star second city and everybody wants to get their stuff and so it wasn't like being gracious. It was like I got a better idea I wanted. It was very competitive and that was great too. I learnt in second city. You have to talk up and I learnt the freedom of you. Think it's funny try it. Don't wait don't think about it. I still do that if freed me. It taught me to be tough. It taught me to fight. If you thought you're Si was good you went into four four and a taught me co with your instinct. Only do what you truly think is going to be funny. It changed my life and then you you came back to New York Nissan. You learn so much from second cities are how had your comic persona change came. When I came back with second city I was myself onstage. Good bed or different. I was what I was and I was a divorced when no Jewish smart college graduate not particularly attractive girl on stage and I was telling you about my life. It wasn't about my mother-in-law was about what I'm going through my mother's hysterical because I'm single and I'm having an affair with a married man and my gay friends. What happen to my gay friends and it was all about truth. The first routine that really worked. I had a WIG hairpieces. I was driving into New York to perform at this club. And the WIG flew out of the window and a car drove over it and I said there I was walking on the west side highway. With a dead Wigan my arms had says firestone on and no one stops and all the truth and taking the truth and exaggerated and it just opened me up. I never went back. I never went back to. He's so fat that unless I really believe when did you find out Johnny Carson? Nothing in my career. I think that's why I was that you log come easily ever. I've never been the first on anything all my friends. And that time I was working the village with my George Carlin and Richard. Pryor all these wonderful men everybody got through everybody was on Carson and on Griffin and I was brought up seven different times to the Carson show. I was finally rejected by Secretary. Who is eating lunch while I was performing? I mean beyond humiliating. I got on because the night before some comic bom so they called me up and they said you can come on but not as a comedian. They had no faith in me. They brought me on as a girl writer and at the end of the show at the end of that night on air. Johnny Carson said to me you're going to be a star it was maisy and I look behind me. I couldn't believe and the next day. My life change changed overnight. They were getting all these calls and stuff. Was there ever a feeling of like? Oh you're to New York reports. I was doing costume regularly. I don't think it was hosting really I was you know the Golden Girl Carson and the ages come back and say you to New York to Jewish you to New York and my husband was married by that point. Ed You said this is ridiculous. He said picked the worst city in the country. And they said Milwaukee they still have been meetings. This is nine hundred seventy. There's still enclaves. They dress up Nazi uniforms and saw Adolf stand. He said center Milwaukee. And let's see and they sent me to Milwaukee and I was. They had to change the size of the room and put in the ballroom. Our I put originally in a little hotel the pfister in their little comedy room and they had to over the ball and put me in so that changed everything they said. Okay America will get her. I mean people begin to put little pockets and it's so stupid because funny is funny. You're minutes was using back on state. What was that decision? The decision was very simple. One I know money I had to go back to work. I didn't have the luxury of being the widow in the house on the hill so I had to go back to and nobody wanted me and Vegas gave me back my contracts. 'cause isn't nobody wants to see anybody that has that kind of you would just fired. would terrible glistening one out that. I was very hard to work with It was just all wrong all wrong. I was banned from late night. I've never been brought back ever not one late night show So I was really struggling my career and I had all these bills. Listen was in. It was just a bad time so I went back to little nightclubs. I said well I'll start again. I went back and started doing little like us and out of that came the red carpet
"joan rivers" Discussed on Fresh Air
"joan rivers" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Brought it was a woman brought her backstage. I said first of all. She's fine fine and she's thinner and I probably so just lost four pounds so jealous and then we just went on. But it's you never know what's going to have a live show now. The film explores among other things. Your relationship with your daughter Melissa when she was young. And you were establishing yourself in show business. Did you have a conflict between career and motherhood which so many women go through now. Trying to balance wants the two but not that many women were going through it. When you were Chris? Many more women were full-time mothers and homemakers. Then I did something from the very beginning because I've been sitting when I was pregnant with a very famous comedian and a little girl who was in the park mark and a little girl fell down and cut her knee and ran to the nanny. And I said right then and then my child will run to me and I from the beginning. We stopped everything at six o'clock We always had a family. Didn't even we went out afterwards. It had another dinner with friends. Everything stopped at six. I was Brownie scout mother in those uniform. You don't know what I sacrificed uh-huh my daughter. I mean Terry please Jewish woman in a khaki dress not not no I think I was as good a working mother as you can possibly be. I was also lucky. I was in a position where I could take my daughter. Go to work when I was on Broadway. Melissa sat in addressing which he talks about and she would color and crown in the dressing room and she talks about that no such fond memories. She talks about growing up backstage in Vegas where sitting on a stool. We sat on a stool right off stage and wish you could watch me in every night. Jews allowed to re write one joke that I would say on the stage no matter how terrible the joke or and so she was always included included totally include as much as I could but I also had to make a living in the movie. I think it's you who said I'm tournament whether you say it or somebody says I think you say that you are perceived as an advocate for plastic surgery than the poster girl and then the joke. Yeah when did it cross over into joke Probably my first banned plastic surgery Probably I when I talked about it too much. I should have been like everybody else and not said a word and And Deny it. So why did you do. I talked about the very beginning but I'm a a comedian. So of course you walk on stage and say I just had my is down and let me tell you Dr Blah Blah Blah Blah and you start doing jokes and it was in those days shock to talk about it like everything else. Things have evolved and that was a very shocking thing to discuss. And then it became mm-hmm 'cause I dragged read. Some people thought that's all I did. I was very glad I talked about it. It goes back to what we started out talking about. Which is by talk talk about it? Maybe there's some woman somewhere North Dakota who hates her nose and she's shy get it fixed off friends align during saying don't do it betty and I'm saying betty to it going to feel better about yourself. Jewish we're listening back to you're twenty ten interview with Joan rivers as part of our end of the decade series of interviews. We'll hear more of that interview after we take a short break. This is fresh air. Hi It's Terry Gross inviting you to check out our new online archive collecting forty years of fresh air interviews and reviews. You can hear my interviews views with people like David Bowie aretha Franklin Johnny Cash. John Updike Tony Morrison searched for names. You're interested in make a playlist for yourself or friends at at fresh air. Archive Dot Org. That's fresh air archive dot org support for. NPR comes from whyy presenting the podcast. Eleanor amplified right and adventure series. Kids love here reporter. Eleanor Atwood crafty villains and solve mysteries as she travels globe to get the big story available. Where you get podcasts? or at WHYY DOT Org. Let's get back to our twenty ten interview with the late Joan rivers in the documentary You you say about your late husband Edgar who had also been your manager and producer you save a madly in love with him. No was a good marriage. Yes and I guess. I was surprised price to hear you confess that that you weren't madly in love with him. Well it's also twenty years and you could look. I thought he wonderful. I thought he was very funny. I thought he was so smart. I just knew he was right for me. I met him. I married and four days later. Four days later raise it four days later he was crazy about me. I just knew he was perfect for me. Perfectly perfectly smart smart funny terrific got the business got me had a great time together Both wanted the same things. We had a great marriage. Rich great marriage was madly in love with some thump thump thump thumping no but as my mother always said they should like like you more than you like them so it was he dumpy frumpy over you. Is that what you're saying. Yeah oh he throws a cutest Jiechi walking around but he had very bad eyesight so I think most people know that you know he. He took his life after killer. Yeah F F in this was not long like a few months after your late night show which he was producing on Fox was cancelled and apparently the network asked him to leave. You oppose that and then they'll show got cancelled and you in the movie so that you blame Fox for totally for his death but I I'm wondering if maybe he wasn't like depressed before that. And if maybe depression in co `interfering with his relationship with the network and if it all your tap app dancing everything is wonderful and something bad happens. You'RE NOT GONNA kill yourself. But this was the big thing and he was producing the show and they said to me You can say he can go history go and he I have a choice on a Thursday. I said no Then I go with my husband and we're off on Friday any annuity to my career so he had not only gotten us out of a job. my whole career was smashed. Everything everything was just very very bad and it had a major heart attack and he had a four way bypass and it was coming out of that and he was impressed over that and he just couldn't continue couldn't do it in the movie. You say that he left you high and dry and left auto debts because he wasn't a good businessman. Yeah so it sounds like you. Were you know horrified. that he killed himself but also angry with them beyond angry. Still Angry I. I work very hard for suicide survivors with suicides of ours as Missy Chris what it does to you. The anger never leaves you. There's sadness sadness that on we that sets in that You know and Melissa Walk down the aisle and it was ten years after her father kills. We both cried because Daddy Eddie was there walker down. I mean you never get over that missing that part of it But you still so furious what you did to us what you did your daughter. The selfishness of a suicide. What you've done you've just left all the pieces and gone John? You took the easy way and it's not an easy. They're very brave to do it. But it's a terrible terrible terrible thing what it does to family terrible thing. What does family do you feel like it it? It sends a knowing message to the family. It sends a bad message of family but it sends a lot of jokes. Mommy's a comedian right. Yeah my I joke was my husband killed himself and left a message that I have to visit him every day so I had him cremated in sprinkled him uneven. Marcus having list today and that's why get through life. Do you think of something like that. Because it's so the whole life so difficult and so cruel that you better laugh at it because you don't know what's GonNa hit your next Joan rivers recorded in twenty ten. She died at the age of eighty one in two thousand fourteen tomorrow. We continue our series. A favorite interviews from the decade s elected by our staff will feature highlights of three of our shows with musicians that included interviews and performances lear from the Carolina chocolate drops a ban that includes Rhiannon Giddens and plays music in the black string band tradition Katherine Russell. A great jazz singer who does a lot of early jazz songs. Her father was Louis. Armstrong's music director in the forties and pianist. John Batiste who leads the band on the late show with Stephen Colbert. Great Music Zik to start the new year. Fresh Air's executive producer is Danny Miller. Our interviews and and reviews are produced an edited by Amy Salad. Phyllis Myers San Brigger. Lauren Crenshaw Heidi some on Moody's Eighty Seth Kelly enjoyable from. I'm Terry Gross Post. All of us have fresh air. Wish you a healthy and fulfilling twenty twenty.
"joan rivers" Discussed on Fresh Air
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So I can say anything I want and it has re totally to very entertaining interviews on this final day of the decade coming up on fresh air on this final day of the decade were continuing our series featuring some favorite interviews of the decade as selected by our staff. We start today with an interview from this year. Howard Stern I spoke with him last May after the publication of his book? Luke Howard. Stern comes again collecting some of his favourite interviews. He has become a really good interviewer at the age of sixty five. He says he's changed over the years and has moved away from some of the crude sex talk and sexism of his earlier years and has been emphasizing empathy over outrageousness in his interviews but he admits his shows still contains a fair amount of what he calls second-grade humor. He show became nationally syndicated in nineteen eighty six and moved to Sirius Satellite Radio in two thousand thousand six. Here's our interview Howard. Stern welcome to fresh air. I am so excited this is happening. You know like some of our listeners. I think just a few but some of our listeners. They're outrage that Howard. Stern is going to be on our show and some of your listeners. Probably think public radio so incredibly boring. Why are you wasting your time on public radio? No no I actually got a really great reaction when I when I said on my show that I'm coming on the Terry Gross show. Everyone was like Oh. She's the best interviewer in the world to hear you two guys together. It's GonNa be Awesome Blah Blah Blah. And I was like. Oh this is great so no no I. I don't know about your listeners. But certainly mind we seem to be pretty jacked up about it. A lot of our listeners are too I just know some of them are like what but those are. I tell you one thing this morning woke up and I said to and my wife I'm going onto terry gross show. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA go learn about her. And the first thing I learned was that you had written a book. Yes and so yeah. So I went on my kindle account you know and here you have written a book on interviewing which is why. I'm here talking to you and I went. Oh Wow I should've read read this. So I on my kindle you get a little Chapter for free you know so I began reading it and the first thing like literally that you wrote is Hey when when I was writing a book about interviews. I didn't know if they'd be good to read. Because you know people have heard them on the radio and that was my whole dilemma. That's why I almost didn't write the book. It was as if if you were talking to me and then I read a little further along and you said something about when you interview people that you cut them off quickly. If they're boring warringah going on too long and then I got filled with dread. Because I don't know that I'm a really good interview to be honest and I go on for bose so I said. Oh she's GonNa be cutting me off every the minute and when she puts me off my ego is going to be destroyed because I think I'm pretty good broadcast but I don't know if I'm a farmer good interview so because I was thinking like Howard GonNa give have long answers and I thought no I mean Howard knows what good radio is. So he's not going to go on too long. He knows exactly what timing is. So listen I'm in a studio in Philadelphia. You're in a studio in New York. I didn't know if you admitted that or not so I didn't bring it up. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah. I usually don't get to see my guess because they're not in Philly so we just connect via high-tech stuff but I was shocked acting your book. The part I read today. You said you liked that. And I would dread that that would be the worst thing in the world not to look someone in the eye while I'm interviewing interviewing them. I don't think I you know I'm not comfortable with that. I'm surprised to hear that. Because let me describe your set a little bit or maybe ask you to describe it. I mean you're in a desk that it almost looks like a barricade. Turn this big s that has like big Half Oval Rim around. That really looks like your barricaded barricaded in and then your guest is like a bunch of feet away from you on a couch and it's a pretty big distance like it's not a distance you typically glee set from someone. You'd sit much closer if you were having a conversation. That wasn't on the radio. You just talking to each other in a room. Why do you have the barricade in the distance from your? Wow that is really interesting that you say that and I hadn't really considered it. Part of it is that I work my own equipment and I say this in my book that if anyone is serious about radio that I think they should work their own equipment. They should learn how to run a board as we say in radio and I for me. I'm such maybe it's the control freak in me but I I liked control every microphone the volume the sound effects going on whatever it might be so all of that equipment in front of me in that. Big Barricade has a lot to do with the the physical equipment. I'm running the show so anyways a question for you. You're interviewing approach has changed over the years. It's you go deeper you. You have more empathy. And you've said when you think of the interviews you did during the first couple of decades on your show that you cringe you say I was an absolute maniac. My narcissism was so strong. I was incapable of appreciating what somebody else might be feeling in your introduction to your interview with Gwyneth Paltrow in your book you write that. On terrestrial radio might interviewing technique was like bashing someone in the face with a sledgehammer. I treated my guess as props all I wanted was to cause chaos. And you've said that you know therapy was a turning point for you. You start a therapy. What twenty years ago Is it too personal to ask you. What the therapy approach is is that you know not personal I'm happy to talk about it and I hope something comes out of this book. That people aren't afraid of therapy. I think it is the most useful tool world and I talked to people who are really uptight about it and I understand that it took me five years before I called this guy that I go to see and it psycho analysis. It's I WANNA say it's more Freudian but I you know I don't get that sense. I don't lay on a couch. Although he suggested that I do but I was not not comfortable with it. I couldn't I couldn't get used to it. Even the thought of laying down on a couch and not being able to look at a person speaking about we spoke about. I need to look person in the I and I think it's my own insecurity I I'm afraid they'd fall asleep on me or they weren't really paying attention. I really I have a lot of issues. I didn't go there. Air Thinking that it would affect my radio show so much. I went there because you know I wanted to examine my relationships How I related related to the world and the people around me and I felt that I was in a bit of a crisis having gone through a divorce and with all of that going on and and I have three young children so I I? I really wanted to be the best father I could be. I had a lot of lofty ambitions. So how does it work well. What was so profound on for me and why I signed on I sat there with the psychoanalyst? The psychiatrist and I said I guess I'll tell you about myself. Spend I started to go into a fabulous routine that I'd done many times on the radio. I would start talking about my parents and with complete with impressions I was like I Listen my son. This is my mother talking. My son was raised to please me and then he knew how to behave. And I taught my son how to respect people and I. I told him angering to dress like he was meeting the governor. And I'm going into these routines and then I bring my father into it. I told you you you. You'll burst stupid. You're going to make a million dollars on the radio you don't even you don't even know how to speak properly. You don't even know how to speak properly. Why are you Tony Yelling at each other so I would start to do this routine? And I'm going into this elaborate thing and he stops me. He stopped me. Cold looks at me and he says I don't find any of this funny now. I was like hey what the hell is he talking about. What do you mean is that funny? I get paid a lot of money to do this stuff he goes. I find it rather said and why are you telling thing me stories. Why you're not talking about anything real? I no clue what he was talking about. I had never sat alone in a room with any human being on this planet and been listen to in a real way everything with me with stick and funny and that's how my family related we didn't Sit and ask about feelings. This took me years to get used to. It wasn't like all of a sudden. I had an epiphany I was freaking out. It was like man. This guy wants me to talk. What does he mean He? He doesn't want me to be funny. I'm funny you know. As I was going through therapy I was also making a transition from terrestrial radio. Commercial Radio to satellite radio on satellite. They were giving me the time to do whatever I want. And Terry I mean whatever I want I had no government restrictions and I could be as dirty as I wanted to be. I could be as outrageous as I wanted to be and I realized rather quickly. That's so boring on satellite radio. You have to rail against someone. All of the outrageousness that I was about was because the government hated it. Religious groups hated it and now suddenly. I'm in the wild west. I can talk talk about anything I want. It's paid subscription radio so with that I started to not only get turned on by how I was being heard in that psychiatrist's office but I began to contemplate wait. What would really be interesting? Now that I have this format how about bringing in a guest here and there and really having a real conversation and what that meant for me and and this was mind blowing to me not to you but to me what if I could let the other person shine what if I could shut my big gap and not make it about me. Was it hard for you to not make it about you. Oh my God.
"joan rivers" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"As in other wonderful one liner these are called so small jokes writers. And that is I might have been Bob Hope. But who knows it could be anybody who started this town so small that the city limits signs are both in the same. Stick. Herp Schreiner the Joan rivers that you actually like the Joan rivers so small joke about about the mirror at the end of the marriage. Herb Shriner's said our town is so small. That one day. They. On voting day. They closed all the bars. Lockton all the voters. I know about one hundred so. How small one room so small you put your key into door, Brooke? Yes. Yes. I tried so small the mice were hunchbacked. That's right. That's That's right. right. They went out to eat. I made up one once which is talking about luxurious hotel room, a sweet, and they sit on a clear day. You can see the dresser. That's like that's like a rhythm. Joe? I mean, I think that just funny because it's such a perfect. It's such a perfect rhythm. So so when you when you made the films you did with Christopher guest waiting for guffman a mighty wind, which I just love for your consideration. How they set up those scenes so that you're the script was maybe seven or eight pages just describing Senate scenes, there was never any dialogue written. He might sometimes give you say something to before the scene, but it was truly improvised. But of course, you have Fred Willard Catholic heroine inching Levy that geniuses. Yeah. What was so mazing about guffman? He had these wonderful actors portraying really bad actors. And I remember the Katherine hair readings right away sounded like an amateur theatrical person, she said, California would be site for these weary. She's she's really the Queen of comedy. Oh, well, she still has on shits creek. He's just adore one. Andrea martin. Yes. Yes. Yes. And the the late Madeline Kahn some of those people and even Clarice, right? Now, improv of a different sort would maybe be the way to describe Robert Altman's working methods. Bobby never used ultimate ever use the word improvisation. He just everybody knew he was open to ideas. And he loved to be surprised, and I once had to replace him in a place where he big given an award. He didn't wanna go. They sent me. And I said he's a painter also Bob as doesn't paint often, but hit can't paint, and he he'd sometimes use driftwood and see shells found objects. I told an audience that I was I understand this because I was one of his found objects. Accidents. And he would see something that just happened around the set and put it in. I very quickly earned how to improvise for him and much of his actors didn't know how to improvise in the sense that they hadn't really been in a company or trained with a lot of experience sometimes people. Improvising. They just think you make something up that they're not adding to the whole then adding to the scene. But. It's mattress is how do we improvise? They just do the lines. If you think of something as you go along throw it in, but it won't matter. But here's a trick. I use for myself when they say action I start talking. So before the first line comes up. I start talking about the general subject, then I do what's written. And then if he doesn't say cut, I just keep improvising. At the end, I know it can chop off either end change, the idea, whatever might be written. But he was very open to suggestions. Just very quickly. I knew his reputation, and I knew that I'd come from improv in my first line in a wedding. My first movie with him as I do. Which means I'm the father who gives us women to this, man. And I said, I do my character's name is snuck Brenner, and for some reason. My first line in the movie, I'm simp- revising and something already set in always who gives us wound to this. I say smokes, Brenner snicker Brenner..
17 Inspiring Life Quotes
"Successful life. Because everybody experiences this thing. But it's how we handle it how we manage it. How we approach it. And some suffer more than others some suffer very little and some not at all. So. Seventeen quotes. Let's go number one. I think being in love with life is the key to return youth. Doug hutchinson? Number two, you only for short. Visit don't hurry. Don't worry and be sure to smell the flowers along the way. Walter hagen. Number three. A man who dares to waste one hour of time has not discover the true value of life. Charles darwin. If life were predictable would cease to be life. And be without flavor. Eleanor roosevelt. Gosh. So true. Number five all life is an experiment. The more experiments you make the better Ralph WALDO Emerson. Number six all of life is peaks and valleys, don't let the peaks get too high and the valleys too low John wooden. Number seven find ecstasy in life. Find your joy, find your sweet spot. The mayor sense of living is joy enough. Emily Dickenson number eight my mission in life is not milita survive. But the thrive and to do so with some passion, some compassion some humor and some style. My Angelo number nine, however, difficult life may seem. There was always something you can do and succeed at Stephen Hawkin number ten. Life is like riding a bicycle to keep your balance. You must keep moving Albert Einstein. Number eleven the more you praise and celebrate your life. The more there is in life. To celebrate Oprah Winfrey. Number twelve. The most important thing is to enjoy your life to be happy. It's all that matters. Audrey hepburn. Number thirteen. I enjoyed life. When things are happening. I don't care if it's good things or bad things. That means you're live Joan rivers. Fourteen life is short and is up to you to make it sweet, Sarah, Louise, Delaney. Number fifteen life, doesn't require that. We'd be the best only that we try best. H Jackson Browne junior number sixteen. I always like to look at Optima side of life. But I'm realistic enough to know that life is complex. No matter mall Disney. Number seventeen the truth. Is you don't know what is going to happen? Tomorrow. Life is a crazy ride and nothing's guaranteed Eminem.
Will Cosmetic Surgery Make Me Happier?
"And finally conclusion number four cosmetic surgery may not make me happier. But it will take away one of my problems. Okay. This follows the Jay Z ninety nine problems philosophy after the surgery, you'll still have problems but hating your Muffin top won't be one. Now, the stereotype of people who get pas medic surgery is that of shallow insecure types who are obsessed with their looks their thought to be off the charts on something called body image investment, which is defining yourself and your self worth by your physical appearance. And how far you'll go to uphold it interestingly in an exploratory analysis in the same clinical, psychological, science study body image investment, decreased in those that had surgery indicating that once they're protruding ears or sagging neck was a non issue. They became less preoccupied with or invested in their looks. And when you think about it, this makes sense once. A need is met. It's not a need anymore. It's the same reason why people who are naturally slim don't often think about their weight or men with a full head of hair don't think about their hairline. And if you don't spend time thinking about it or comparing yourself to others, you might conclude mistakenly or not that it's not important to you. So to wrap this all up will cause medic surgery. Make you happier. The answer is maybe most people are satisfied with the outcome of their surgery, but satisfaction with the procedure and overall happiness are completely different things. Cosmetic surgery will likely make you more satisfied with your tummy or your eyelids. But may or may not extend beyond that to whatever else. You don't like about your life, all in all don't rely on cosmetic surgery to make your life better improve your relationships or make you happy after all even Joan rivers eventually had enough of plastic, sir. Surgery stadium. No more talks for me, Betty, white bowels move more than my face.
Craig Zadan, Producer of NBC's Live Musicals, Dead at 69
"Guy Greg sedan it's unreal what happened to him yeah Frank sedan engineer Glenn what happened what what what about the sedan Craig's z. a. d. a. n. he's a producer beyond the number of TV show on the Oscars and TD projects musical Broadway musicals. And he died at age sixty nine. Due, to complications. Related to shoulder replacement surgery I. Thought, that was a. No brainer yeah me too that's that's why I'm so concerned yeah it was it here's the the news here, it is with profound sadness that announcing the passing of. My dear friend and, colleague Craig's Dan who died of complications during shoulder, replacement surgery according to NBC chairman Robert Greene. Blat on behalf of his life partner Ellwood Hopkins and his producing partner Neil Merrin. We are stunned that the man, behind, so. Many incredible film theater and television? Productions And several of them I several joyous musicals was taken away so suddenly Man that's I mean that is sudden you're. Using. His late sixties he goes in for shoulder replacement now he's. Dead yeah Yeah exactly yeah it's reminiscent of? Joan rivers right you go in from what would otherwise be routine, procedure more described as such and who am I God and. That's these young
Oops! Jennifer Garner and daughter Violet had to be rescued after they got lost kayaking in Sweden
"Is brought to you by dominos will it, seems that Jennifer garner and her twelve year old daughter. Violet ran into a little trouble while vacationing in Sweden they, got lost kayaking and they. Needed to be rescued so an Instagram post? Garner. Said on a pre middle school seek away with my eldest did I get us lost in a kayak? Yes, did we, pedal as hard as we could? For. One hundred hours and ended up. In, a shipping, lane yes she said did we have to be rescued Yup and it seems, like. Everybody is ok apparently violent never complained about. The ordeal, and their hero was a guy name Mattias ooh fancy, he sounds. Sexy Zooming he might be because, they. Were in Sweden Talion well maybe which are all That's true Can I just say this when I read about, this story I, was like that's that is yet another reason why I shan't ever be taking my children on such adventures don't say why for sounds like a, bad word but. It's not You know celebrity boxing thing it's been a thing for a couple of what do you mean celebrity well meaning, Joan rivers and Yeah, you know kind, of There is a long tradition of celebrities getting in the boxing. Ring and fighting each other I believe there was, a, reality series, based on Yes MTV with claymation won't know that's. Called celebrity death match that's a different celebrity boxing Oh, gosh Eat your snack can. Be quiet Well the latest celebrity to be interested in, getting in the ring. For celebrity boxing. Would be. None other, than backdoor teen, mom faira Abraham. Oh my gosh And she? Would, who would. She want to fight in the, celebrity boxing, ring tan mom. No, she saving a little higher Bradley oh that that that real housewife person, no it's no she wants to fight. Lindsey Lowe. Henner Paris. Hilton of Luke That's not happening, I mean, I, don't? Know, Lindsay's not real busy I feel. Like, she could get Lindsey my money? Would, be on. Lindsey anyway Lindsay she scrappy yeah, she probably, scratch oh yeah All, right and. Ruby, rose has been. Giver, herpes I mean I mean, I don't know at the chicken. And egg situation like. Who. Gave who. Her piece I'm just saying herpes yeah Sorry. Holly Burpee Not really any more if I good.
Kathy Griffin Explains Her Massive Fight With Ellen DeGeneres
"Yeah. So yeah, I'm ready. I'm ready. But I'm very proud of her mutual. This show was amazing. I have the greatest highly recommend highly recommend, which I didn't go into Sunday night, some broken today to, but worth every most wrote really hurts. My just my legs at my hit my joints, hurt, Greenwich, showing seem ready. Okay. This this second story is really fucking wild and just makes you think hard. Kathy Griffin says she fought with Ellen Degeneres about Joan rivers, the comedian tabby Griffin who was told she would never work again, just played a sold out show at the Dobie theater, tabby Griffin who was dropped by a representation fired by CNN and Squatty potty alike shoe rep for Squatty potty. Honestly, that's the dream brand I would squad. You've had like, could you imagine us? They'll be so have you ever used the Squatty potty? Yes, it's epic. I'm at once it. It's pretty good and put under a media blackout after she took part in a photo shoot that saw her holding Donald Trump masturbating and catch up implying the president had been beheaded has been on a laugh, your head off Tour World. We're. Tour. Honestly, there's a great name for your. You're off out of your head off world toward approved that just because they tried to put her out to pasture, doesn't mean she would move. She said at her Los Angeles, stop Thursday. It's not all jokes tonight. She said, I'm also spilling piping, hot tea. Self proclaimed to be known for being a star fucker who tells dick jokes, her three hour set performed in the now infamous dress from that Tyler shields spokesman. She our said, that's grinding didn't skimp on the usual brand of raucous Frank storytelling that helped her earn a Grammy for best comedy album in two thousand fourteen and hit the bestseller lists twice despite the fact that it was an LA crowd and you probably all know her Griffin revealed. She got into a fight with owned a generous after Joan rivers guide. One of the things that really hurt Joan. And we've talked about it at our last meal together was that Ellen always shunned her and Ellen thought she was Bulger and not funny Griffin said noting that DeGeneres thinks she's also too vulgar, but when rivers died, Griffin wanted to reach out. I just called her and I just said, look woman to woman coming to comic. I think you need to let go of your hatred, Joan rivers. She's passed away just. Do a fucking tribute totally Griffin said, but according to Griffin, degenerates wasn't having it and responded that there's difference between mean and funny. And rivers was mean that fucking set me off Griffin admitted. So we had a fight in which inflammatory words like, look, you fucking untalented hack, you know, when you're fighting with someone and you can't, you can kind of get to that. Yes, kind of laugh at a point yet. Not that day. A couple of days. Later Griffin said she texted generous to say that you couldn't stop thinking about the fight they had. It was so dynasty that I demanded to be Alexis..
"joan rivers" Discussed on Kickass News
"Can't remember the last time i turned to television on in hotel room i can't find did it and you're in a lot of hotel rooms yeah but you don't have to turn your own tv on tv's everywhere you go and you go to the airport and you go in there are so many of those cable channels and it's an they need content and so you know it's true they they take something that deserves five minutes of thought and they chew on it all day and bringing all these experts and they liked to get people riled up i'm one i remember i wanted to show very first tv show i ever went on and it was just before barrel fever came out and this woman she had a show on cnn i think and it was it was it was me and like two other guys and then there was a third fellow who's a lot older than us it had written a book about i don't know written a book about success or something like that right and the host of the show said i want you to go after him you know i want you to really go after him and i thought well why i didn't get a chance to read the guy's book i don't know anything about it and then one of the guys on the show just was just tore into this person really knowing he hadn't read the book either he was the one you'd have back on because he was vibrant and he was it's the theater of it all but i remember segment and i guess because it aired over and over again on it was on youtube of somebody on cnn interviewing joan rivers right and she had a new book out and the person was talking joan rivers oh you're just being mean and aren't you this and you wearing a fur coat on the cover of your and joan rivers just saying you know i've not doing this you know just took an walked away i'm not doing like i'm not i wrote a funny book and i'm here to talk about a funny book and you're not asking the questions you know you're you're trying to make this interview i mean and you could argue on the other hand and you say we'll joan rivers does say mean things and she said this and that and why can't the interview be about that but it wasn't i didn't make for a good interview just made for right you know one angry person and their goal is to have to angry people on television i mean i gotta say in that case i didn't think that that was the right person to talk to joan rivers i mean that's not it wasn't illuminating it wasn't it joan rivers wasn't presenting a side of herself that we'd never seen before it was about the interviewer wasn't about joan rivers at all yeah well i know that this all of this has led you to focus on your health a little bit more you say in fact apparently you bought a fit bit and it sounds like it's sort of ruling your life nowadays how many steps are you getting in on a good day when i'm at home i walk between eighteen and twenty two miles a day i'm gonna book tour so last night i got back is at three o'clock in the morning and then i got up at five o'clock this morning so i could get my steps in before i headed to the airport because i knew that i was could not gonna have any time once i got here so it's kind of a nag isn't she well somebody else you know somebody could say well you know sorry busy day couldn't get it done but i can't yeah i don't know i just can't seem to do that and again it's not choice doesn't really have anything to do with it it just feeds into my mental illness into whatever existing mental illness i have it feeds right into perfectly it's not pleasant it's it's a compulsion so you don't enjoy it it sounds like you do it sounds like you're as the brits would call your fan of rambling well no ramblers really are in the countryside but stay by the side of the road rash okay in fact you're so famous for.
"joan rivers" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Noted side for my of the day and it goes to five year olds sadie for this viral video that's making national news of her finding out that she and her baby brother are going to grow up some day today's jaakko goes to justin bieber for reportedly making orlando bloom take a swing at him at a restaurant according to tmz this just hours ago this is them kind of getting into it we don't see a swing and shopping but i guarantee this the all their tell you about on the news shows in the morning how hot off the press is this had happened wednesday morning and abe's that's tomorrow justin bieber now annoying us from the future tonight's question was decided you on you voted and here's what you said looks like liu and got that one i wanna thank job rivers everybody got diary of a mad diva it's really funny diet consta or what is up i don't i just don't even look at what i'm eating since the cow i i that's you're on young i try to die all the diets you know what's the the diet like the greenwich power tro what is the did you read it to cleanse with her dollars a day i go to mexico drink a glass of water that's the that's the are you are you taking any summer vacations i just came back i do a grandma we could my grandson really which is great and we went to which is wonderful we went to rome and i was walking this good looking little thirteen year old boy i had a group of priests behind me.
"joan rivers" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"But no i do think it needs to stay on i'm a big supporter of anything dense related yes and i think is brilliant my problem is that would running out of legitimate celebrities right that's the that's the problem yes okay on that note it's gametime everybody evening celebrities their rights on fashioned police we know max loves us spark the outfit but if they don't have something nice to say about someone else's look can they say anything at all we're going to test their capacity for kindness by playing fashion polite i'm gonna show you some heinous outfits you have something nice to say about them okay starting with your friend kristen stewart are you write about in your best selling book can we say something nice guests that she's very address little better and she knows knows that what you goes out as she is she's a big star she doesn't have to wear her kneepads max can you say anything nice this i think it's a lovely outfit at least coordinated at least it's color ornate it okay here we go with your friend later bottom carter words different color what do you say about that joan can you say something nice about god blessed without her we wouldn't have bashing police she's missing the accessory whoever of a dog and a white cane guy fieri here actually i thought i think these these like chem oh looking jackets in now okay this is like the third jacket i saw in the last night joan i like him.
"joan rivers" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Joe we got a tweet wanting to know if you are taking over chelsea handler's talk show after over i've never heard of either yeah okay let's go to the caller what's your name and where you calling i know well and i'm calling from why missing pennsylvania's question my question is for joan what's up joan celebrity you had an encounter with on the red carpet oh son of a bitch might face the rubers tommy lee jones a really rude beyond aiming to discuss that you're a punch face back to the phones were max and joan rivers joan had a bad day everybody so beware caller what's your name where are you going olsen olsen also twist because every time you ask them a question they throw up for caller what do you got caller this is megan from kado huge fan of you and joan is my hero and i love maxim okay so the questions for maxim i saw that you're leaving dancing with the stars do you think the show has run its course run at scores no i don't think so do you think it will jump the shark after you leave well i saw that there were a lot of changes last season yeah no i took a year off and i missed skipped two seasons and i came back and i personally fell in love with the show it's not something i need to say now that i'm not even part of it yeah but it's definitely an amazing into tate and i think is her sitting next to me is the cleanest entertainment we have left on.
"joan rivers" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Joan rivers is the only i can ask me every freaking time she's on the show shia so maximum bridge sleaze cost me about helen keller i want a bridge c seventeen that who is who's been your favorite contestant adver on dancing with the stars well clearly it's gotta be the one that was because you guys one together you know that's an easy one but i think i've been i've been lucky i i haven't mazing people you've had great partners can i ask you please walk in they just couldn't dance yes lots what do you do with them you pray no i mean people walk in i look at them and go why did you do this right to yourself and get me who was the one that you were on the shortest amount of time when the niece riches deniro really yeah i would think choke i felt bad i would think too yeah one of the is it true that if you're a good dance you good bid is that usually follow your skin by me also in general isn't that like certain things they say about a man big nose on through by the way good thank god but the dancers are veteran i think you know has to do with with the hip action and the rhythm and coordination yes very good.
"joan rivers" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Jack wagner good joy debit hassle didn't lust enough to even have right and that is a read everybody finally rumor has it joan is under gone a couple of elective procedures lies alive nobody is work while the judge the difference between good work and a hat to job here's what we're gonna put her expertise to good use by playing ray that joan rivers i'll show you a photo of the celebrity mug and you're just give me your critique okay i one bruce jenner he had had a nose job at a face lift in the eighties undergone guy think he's great because he's got six children and a gold medal and now of china i what did that little kim lil kim nose job as well as fillers they say i g that is probably the ugliest plastic surgery you always wish that chris brown were punched in the face you what about the toy accent my god she did about day everybody toys god i know doctors giving her nose and cheekbones and a chin but they haven't given the challenge so in a way last of janice dickinson joan rivers that day everybody jonas standard older woman who puts in college in and does injections and hairpieces and all this plastic surgery grow old grace you don't understand why older silly yes very good silly silly joan any chance that you would go on dancing with the stars or you a good dancer if they did me scared i wouldn't be able to get back up no i'm not a good chance.
"joan rivers" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Seven seven three three robbo or tweet them to be andy while you do that here's what three things i'm obsessed with tonight i if you don't think part wanna the real housewives of new york where union was entertaining than your lose you know here's what you won't believe what's coming next week in part to check this out sneak peek really hard when you're other half cheats on you it's i understand how that can happen allegations and to completely ignore it and not worried about allegations it was true you in the bedroom did you see it no ramona all right everybody knows everybody knows it here noth it happens want this close camp okay stop the andy was quite something he has the raining now retired champion of dancing with the stars so he knows his way around a ballroom but what about the bowls in the room here's what we're going gonna see how many of your former dancing with the stars competitors you can identify simply by looking at photos of their crutches the game lit is called ballroom glancing let's play okay max is this joey lawrence or billy ray cyrus that's the joe learn yes you're right that stuff is this carson crossley or david arquette that's carson personally i think you're wrong okay what about this joey fatone or lance bass does definitely lens best joe's got a big us let's reveal okay last one jack wagner david hassle known just upset myself.
"joan rivers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Before that quick story i've often thought that you really get the middle of a person when you approach them undue under undesirable circumstances you may remember that joan rivers husband committed suicide shortly after that happened she was in boston i think probably take her i think daughter went to school i remember to take a daughter school spending some time in the city and i was working for the boston herald at that time and sometimes what you do as a journalist isn't necessarily the things you want to do but ours is not to reason why because i was on the comedy beat and of course she is a comedian they had told me they wanted me to basically follow her around boston and when i had the chance to confront her and ask her about her husband's death not pretty stuff that's what you have to do as a journalist just like i once had to ask britney spears if she had augmentation surgery that's another story we'll get back to joan rivers here so they actually knew that she was going to go to play that night they gave me tickets for the play they knew she was going to die they mature it could be there at the restaurant and then it was stop something that was my high list of favorite things to do but you know for duty and humanities the three stooges say and the opportunity to come where i was able to approach her and was replayed about it but said you understand the question that everyone in she could have just torn me apart are called the gene d'armes so den any number of things it order blamed this was.
"joan rivers" Discussed on Bravo TV's Daily Dish
"When he did stars stars right here now let's make some where music let's make it today everything is today nothing is to mark and they're kind of reminded me a little bit of and rachel now we're talking about this earlier joan rivers and how in one of her documentaries she had mentioned you know like i say yes to every opportunity because i bills to pay i have people to support you know erica has this whole glam squad she has a whole team of of creative people around her so she says yes to all these opportunities to keep her you know enterprise goic so getting this office as the first big step but i think the moment that was the most erica gerardy moment was an excuse my language i'm going to maximize my mother time given opportunity once in your lifetime so you really have to take this moment and make the most of it so i'm going to maximize my mother tongue eric there's ladies i'm sorry excuse my language but that was i think for me like her biggest boss moment of the episode where she was just like you know what i'm going to do me and i'm going to keep making this money and i'm going to keep buying these nice things everything is today nothing is tomorrow absolutely yes they owe you matter how thing i would say i i can't be jane i know right right right so that was definitely my top moment for her as as erika gerardy but then of course we can't forget about the alterego erica jane in that moment for me came at the sort of like the tail end of the episode right before they actually got out in vegas when they were getting ready and meghan and i actually talked about this already when she was doing you know picking out or outfit doing her make up she was going through an and she was saying to mikey you know i don't want any platelets tonight we don't need polite lips no polite lips no upon light lynn is very they said nothing that says i want to kiss seal or let me stick it in there is this guy.
"joan rivers" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"They could simply replaced people on that what the fuck ashley it it was such a train wreck you'll get the forget the flavor full gay guy of the year whoever he is get kelly as a it it was just juliana rather than not they're not comics they don't have the timing if they they may be funny once an hour because they got lucky but you can't replace joan rivers with moe julianne iran's sick and it was horrible i'm sold for now i know i saw the laskar by lester calculator horrible she was the best no she and kathy i know that she thought she was a look she's the closers anybody ever got to do in with joan jones i'm just saying their work ethic of kathy harris and magma sure live believe that both of them have this thing where like they have to be performing they have to forming to live and you know for me i love doing standard i liked doing this and i i definitely get a boost from it but if i have a couple of weeks or not i feel great vital like i remember watching the the joan rivers the first that documentary before charlene back with fashioned police and she that kathy griffin has all the part my calendars and large touching laura and she's going through all her jokes that i'm watching it actually was watching it while i was doing stand up in colorado at comedy works and i'm this is like whatever eight nine eight years ago saying like oh my god i don't work hard enough i i'm not hungry now and then she says i'm only really happy when i'm on stage x and i said well i'm not i'm really on the phone with my friend i'm really happy being with my kids and then i was like i'm glad i don't have this dr quite on your guide on the other live in a thirty milliondollar i really don't gotta be careful there are people who live that one percent lifestyle you know there are actors and then the third tom cruise there was tom cruise that's a different animal than a guy who wants to make movies tom gazza than soon.
"joan rivers" Discussed on Throwing Shade
"I was like but nobody and out ahead i cheer point like the stuff that she revealed mike i don't care cohen does cocaine junko cocaine i don't care who do you care about the fact that what did you think is interesting is that this person did something that truly hurt your feelings and you were shocked by like that that's why i don't wanna say that after a to even through all this i like her i've always liked her and it didn't i thought the video was sort of like what are you doing by which i think all of her press since this decapitated mask has been what are you doing but i have always like i was humiliated her in front of vein joan rivers and i'm not kidding why you need to hear this very or talk about it i mean if anyone wants to the list every every single person listening honor the story joan rivers obviously was like the greatest hero of my childhood and like you know whenever people like it's or anyone you you you know it was always joan rivers like by sister i used to go into my sisters room and listen to records like comedy records i don't know how we had them or what the deal was but there are six kids in my family so it was all bets were off anyway like the first movie as on a theater was private benjamin because my father wanted to go and my mother was out of town probably having our eyes done still haven't been able to figure it out to this day she was only out of town who entered do i over the marriage as she came back looking great she looked better every time so she anyway i always love general motors i was at antennas.
"joan rivers" Discussed on WCTC
"Stadium trump has a few hate you are these joe i'm nampula wattage all i'm going to say this man thing about billy joel and trump and i there's definitely symmetry and this is part of why hollywood resents trump to let's get make this clear trump was one of them like he was like basically like a hollywood swears level celebrity in the 80s like a jim j bullock mr t he was one of those people famous in the 80s hobnobbed with those people like when it when he would you know when he came to mind in the 80s early '90s you i associated him with like joan rivers people let people like that because he was of that ilk out and about new york city and i think when it when it comes to billy joel he would probably be drawn to the fact that billy joel and he's from that circuit but i think there's a quiet resentment there and you wanna know winds his billy joel dated in mainstream new york dance russia peremptory and stuff like that you got here and i think trump is such a competitive guy 'cause it's one thing about trump that i i think you know people say it's like this toxic insecurity that he's always got to be corn stuff like crowd size and stuff like that i think on some level he might have that unhealthy competitive drive at the swiss gowda burrow chip on his show yes like the size of the rock of gibraltar and and i think an an interesting comp for him always has been and will be arnold schwarzenegger yeah right schwarzenegger comes in the hollywood he's got to problems jeff or besides the fact that this green card lounger worthless assault with us i think he's got a little bit of an accent problem also he's just a bell a piece of muscle so there's no way that this guy is going to become a star in hollywood nobody took him seriously man he did the kind of work ethic that it required from him ju work it and do it but also the way that he was able to connect with audiences outside of the normal 'gatekeeping process i'll definitely of hollywood right and.