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"joan rivers" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It
"I'm gonna put it and you know what they've both hosted us. L. is a true fact that i guess i can say now. Yeah okay all right more objects on shut up. I love it right. Yes that is true now. They share a lot those too. Yeah i want to be clear. I actually have again having like a reality background and work in reality tv. I actually have a lot of respect for kim kardashian though. I'm not afraid to make her the punchline of joke either But i think if i were to give rank them on a scale i would give kim seven with a lot of dollar signs by it and i would probably i give joan attend because i think she has. She has such a strong brand identity. That's actually based on something and not just You know the way the way. One looks although to sasha's point sometimes is based on the way she looks provider worse. That's okay this is all good. We're just we're just rotting corpses wading but awaiting i turn. Yeah very dark very dark. Turns on this podcast. Who a few times. But we're back. We're still living breathing. The air enjoying life and living in the moment for the most part andrea. So nice to have in this podcast. Would you tell us. What's where can the audience find you slash see you on the fines and seamy if you wanna follow me on twitter my handle there is andrea underscore m. l. I pretty much post everything. I'm up to the next thing that they can see that i've really done that's gonna come out doesn't come out until twenty twenty two but in twenty twenty two if you want to pick up a copy of the video game. Wwe to k twenty two. You can experience my writing if you can't wait until then on october thirtieth eight pm. I'm doing a live sketch. Comedy show called frendo wean. Lean at with a sketch group. Frendo at a outdoor venue called. Open the portal. We will be outside. We will be asking everyone to show us their vaccination cards and most importantly we will be having a good time With sketch comedy show and a halloween party afterwards..
"joan rivers" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It
"It's that whole energy and putting it into like this pre show announcement always always gets me. It's kind of. It's a nice thing to say when you're that level of comedian where you're going to be digging in. It's kind of almost necessary to tell the audience. Hey just just go with it you know. Yeah and she's very she's so she's so like in that same special. Whatever opening jokes. she's like. I'm the best comedian. You can see the best act today in price range. I love that. I love that. She wasn't a above anything you know. I think that's i think that's what makes me like. Love her more than just like her work itself. You know 'cause she. She did write movies like she. Did you write books. She hosted stand up specials. Basically hose in directing a film. that didn't yup. Yup she she. She succeeded and she failed and then she also did stuff like again she. I was talking about in bed with joan just a little digital series. She sold things on. Qvc like nothing was too precious. Nothing was to like. Oh i'm not gonna do that. Which having yet. I think was like borne simultaneously. I mean it's hard not to do what you have to do to make money when you drastically need money. Like she did at some points in her career. But i also just love that sal. Because i think so. Many people in entertainment are very very precious about how they direct their energy. Which on one hand is important but if it comes from just like a spot of lake. I don't want people to look down on this like at the end of the day. You gotta do two things. You gotta put put bread on the table and you should probably have a good time doing it. And that's that's my goal as a person and as someone in the entertainment industry so like i really vibe with that sounds like a perfect time to move onto the ratings. Does this work all right. So we are gonna rate joan rivers on a scale of zero to ten using something else as a reference point so it can be another stand up comedian. It could be something else. Funny could even be a chocolate chip cookie so you could say hey. chocolate chip. cookies are innate outta ten. Joan rivers is a ten out of dan way better than chocolate chip cookies. And if that doesn't make sense i'll go first so i will rate joan rivers against another Aforementioned comedian who i love. Who's jokey joke Norm macdonald recently passed away. Love nor mcdonald would watch specials over and over again watches clips over and over again all throughout my life I'm gonna give him a ten out of ten joan rivers. I so like. I said she's somebody who i do really like before. This conversation really appreciated. It didn't really follow much of her apprentice or fashion police. Stuff more of old clips Just they do come up when you're looking at old rodney dangerfield clips nor mcdonald clips. If you go down the youtube rabbit hole. You're going to go to joan rivers as well. Joan rivers is eleven out of town more than nor norms norms. Pretty great too though..
"joan rivers" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It
"I do like a lot of some of the old older comedians doing like like older styles. It's funny like joan has went on record saying that. Like she doesn't like people like phyllis diller I i know i love that. I love the old snappy. Like i said before like the one liner repartee because i cannot do it and i think it takes so much talent to do to really put a throwback in there i i really enjoy the smothers brothers. Ask comedians both in terms of their stand up but more so i fell in love with them watching their old lake. Was it sixties or seventies like tv. Show at i you know i grew up on i love lucy which is saying not a whole lot because if you grew up in america and had syndicated television you you probably watched those episodes back to back to back I don't watch a lot of stand up. That's current to be perfectly honest with you When i do watch. I what i do watch something that i enjoy like. I tend to enjoy it a lot. But it's so hard for me to like. Go through and pick out. Because i think kind of to your earlier point a lot of it does sound like like now you kind of have to be in the mood to make that sort of deal with the the comedian At least especially with the specials that have been coming out more so of late. Some of the bigger unnamed specials overall have definitely thought that way versus. Let me just laugh several times. A minute police one hundred percent and i don't mean to say that they're bad. I stand up. My personal is just my personal preference. Sometimes in what i find is easier to sit down to a lot of the times and you know some jokes are not going to be great. But because she's firing so many per per minute like a lot of them are going to be just hits but the The beauty of it. It's almost like the quantities is going to make quality. Come to the top and joan. i love. I love her energy to lake. The the energy of any comedian is so so important as saying like saying most super obvious thing but like she was always at like a like a twelve at least not just fire in them fast. But firing them big loud and bawdy and Even if you didn't like what she was saying all the time lake it was it was. It's hard to listen to some of her stand up and get either listened to stand up that often. But i would listen to hers because it would always put the in a in a pretty good mood Ingest get my energy up for whatever i was going into. Yeah i and. I love that style of comedy. I think rodney dangerfield. Even your nor.
"joan rivers" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It
"Shut up. I love it. I love this podcast especially listening on mute. I just wish they would take their own advice and shut up. Shut up. I love it. This is joe cabrillo here with my co host. Sasha filer and this is shut up. i love it. Podcast when we invite a special guests to talk about something or someone. Underrated underappreciated misunderstood reviled. Forgotten love but also hated at the same time. Anything of the kind. Joe who do we have in the studio today. We have comedian and writer andrea. Listen burger welcome. Hi.
Ryan Seacrest Is Walking Off E!’s Live From the Red Carpet
"After 14 years, so basically, you know, almost Desperate Housewives premiered. Seacrest leaving these red carpet coverage. Oh, yeah, He's like I'm done. Okay? Yeah, He just said I'm pulling away. Well, yeah, And also you know what the you know it used to be. Joan Rivers made The covering of the red carpet of thing and the critiquing of the outfits. Look, I mean, there was always red carpet reporters. I mean, hell. We saw one on singing in the rain, but anyway, but It, but But she turned it into an event and then it got to be a thing, And sometimes the pre shows were almost more exciting than the actual broadcast. But it's kind of falling out of favor. And especially now, when the ratings for the award shows are themselves are in the tank, it's lost its luster. So out of all of his jobs. My point is, I can see why he ditched this one looks. You surprised? No, not at all in this. One of all of the jobs probably takes the most work. It's getting there and getting their attention. And I know he is not someone who's desperate to get the interviews. They come to him. But still, you know, just the whole Chaotic night of it, And that's not happening right now. No, not doing red carpet. So I wonder if it was kind of a combination of that slowly dying anyway, and We need to move on from this. That might have been a network decision to they just had a conversation of look You do so much? Yeah, Let's let this die. Yeah, this one died. Or maybe he just wants to a go to an award show and enjoy it
"joan rivers" Discussed on WGN Radio
"To the top flight beating all opposition to become the world champion that is add Walt asked had beaten everybody but one man that one man was another great fighter I'm Mexican named Joan rivers that's why when these two fighters finally did meet the eyes of the entire sporting world work on ad Wolgast as he prepared to defend his title against Mexican Joan rivers Mike took place on July the fourth nineteen twelve the first twelve rounds the crowd saw that dirty as the most vicious like that's ever been bought bam bam came the thirteenth round thirteenth round with a lightweight championship of the world at stake suddenly suddenly it happened both fighters lashed out with a vicious right at the same time each man struck the other man right on the chin of assignments each fighter dropped down to the cameras it was a double knock out both at well cast and Joan rivers were knocked out cold at the same moment it was the only double knockout ever scored in a World Championship fight however that's not the end of the story exactly eleven years later in nineteen twenty three and Japan and the receiving room of a Los Angeles hospital one evening you know what I have seen brought in to that hospital of Parmar lightweight champion of the world add well again you seconds later another man was brought into that same hospital room the second man was Mexican Joan rivers solved a lot many years after these two amended Weiland up on their backs stretched out side by side in the championship find the same so man what again on their backs stretched out side by side this time in a hospital right I don't know if there's still more to.
"joan rivers" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Want to jump in we are here until four AM as I said coming up a couple of guests this morning it is our bi weekly visit with Dan Feinberg from The Hollywood Reporter is our TV critic and that we talk about television always have a lot of fun with Dan Dr Karen Phillip is with us she is an international author on parenting relationships should professional counseling psychotherapist and clinical hypnotherapist and we're gonna talk about handling relationships while you're stuck together or apart and she's written some interesting articles about what's going on in the current situation and how mental health has been challenged during the the crisis here and melodic with doctor wrote Karen Phillip coming up a little bit later on the show also we're gonna be talking about thirty outdated problems that no one can today relate to historic events that actually didn't happen sequels that are better than the originals we might get to that a little bit later on and and and and we always play up a classic car Johnny Carson bit Johnny Carson shows on antenna TV every night and it's always a fun thing to do and to watch while you're stuck at home a you know get those memories back watching the old Johnny Carson shows you laugh and have a great time I highly recommended son antenna TV every night we always play a little Carson clip whether it be a little stand up a little bit of stand up or some sketches that they do or bits for interviews well we're gonna do in nineteen eighty six interview with Joan rivers Joan rivers who before they clashed and had a falling out Joan rivers was like a one of the regular guests and hosts a fill in host when Johnny was out and they had a great relationship and she was always great on the show always very very funny so join in every Joan rivers interview.
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 KQED Radio
"Stern and Joan rivers on fresh air at seven o'clock tonight from NPR news this is All Things Considered I'm Elsa Chang and a Mary Louise Kelley the man accused of stabbing people who were celebrating Hanukkah in New York this weekend has been charged with hate crimes New York governor Andrew Cuomo called the attack domestic terrorism he wants to see a new state law that makes domestic terrorism itself a crime federal law does define domestic terrorism but there are no criminal penalties for it someone who's been long arguing to make domestic terrorism a federal crime is merry McCord she was a former acting assistant Attorney General for national security under both president Obama and president trump she joins us now welcome I'm glad to be here also how is domestic terrorism currently defined under federal law was actually defined almost identically to international terrorism that is a crime of violence under state or federal law so think things like murder assault with a dangerous weapon aggravated assault when done with the specific intent and that is the intent to intimidate or coerce a civilian population or influence the policy of government through intimidation or coercion and so the primary difference then is where the act occurred so the act occurs overseas or even if it Kerr's in the US but with a connection to overseas terrace that's considered international so laying out the case briefly for why you think making domestic terrorism a federal crime would change the way it's prosecuted in the US so to be clear there are a suite of terrorism statutes in the federal criminal code and many of these would apply to terrorism occurring domestically but only in very specific circumstances such as when a weapon of mass destruction like a bomb or nuclear devices used or when the attack is on a US government official or government property in the case of a mass shooting or multiple stabbings like this weekend domestic terrorism would not apply that's right so when we're talking about a vehicle which sometimes we see such as after unite the right rally in Charlottesville Virginia in twenty seventeen those criminal acts would not be chargeable as terrorism offenses if they were not linked to a foreign terrorist organization but let me ask I mean there are still other laws already on the books that punish the kinds of acts were talking about there are laws against murder there are hate crime laws firearms and explosives laws why are those current was not enough you're absolutely right that when we're talking about crimes of violence as the predicate for any act of terrorism those crimes of violence already are illegal so it's not an issue of there not being effective prosecutions it's an issue of how do you drive resources toward prevention but if prevention or putting effort into prevention is part of the problem isn't that just more of an issue of helping federal law enforcement agencies prioritize prevention efforts when it comes to say hate crimes are certainly some sort of read training and re organizing of how federal law enforcement approaches federal hate crimes is certainly in order and I very much support that it's just not the way it has been historically and hate crimes not all hate crimes are going to be a domestic terrorism crimes not all domestic terrorism crimes are going to be hate crimes and it's because some terrorism crimes are not based on race or religion or anything protected under the hate crimes they can be based based on anti government sentiment and other types of extremism the van diagram between domestic terrorism and hate crimes is not a perfect circle that's exactly right the main push back from a lot of civil liberties organizations against making domestic terrorism a federal crime is that there are real first amendment concerns here the concern that politics could get mixed up in this some Republicans for example were demanding that the F. B. I. investigate and tifa and that anti for should be labeled a terrorist organization so I think that it's a very valid concern that I share a with many civil rights and civil liberties organizations and advocates that there needs to be oversight to ensure that law enforcement appropriately uses its resources in a way that corresponds to the threat so the threat right now is predominantly from white supremacists or white nationalist violence so any new statute would need to come with oversight to ensure reporting to Congress and to the public of how the F. B. I.'s using its resources and is it using its resources in a way that matches up with where the threat is marrying the cord is the legal director at Georgetown University Law Center institute for constitutional advocacy and protection thank you very much for joining us today it's my pleasure time now for Altec considered.
"joan rivers" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"That's Joan rivers in a clip from the new documentary about her Joan rivers of piece of work well you really gave it to him but first of all in a in case people couldn't hear what he was saying that's not funny if you have a a death sentence on yeah but that is funny because you first of all where are we going to start I was do you think about noisy children how I hate noisy children on air play and then I was the only choice I would like would be Helen Keller it's a joke I'm a comedian if they'd sixty dollars to make you laugh it's a silly joke he obviously had such anger and emotion in him and took it so personally and it just made me after it's terribly sad but you have to say that it's funny it's okay your son would laugh at that my mother at the end was deaf absolutely good nearly and we used to laugh at that and your letter that you deal with his I don't deal with life and get over it and make it funny because otherwise it's so sad what is the most painful things that happened to you that you've ended up making jokes about on stage where do you where do you my husband's suicide right some man sixty years old that couldn't take the business and went and killed himself how do you deal with that how do you deal with that when you've got a sixteen year old daughter who gets the call huh I don't take yeah you do with that you go through it can you you make jokes about it and you continue with it can you move forward that's how you doing that's how I do it everyone handles things differently how do you make jokes about how do you deal with with of bankruptcy how do you deal with your fire from fox when your number's was still good and you can't get a job for a year and a half you do what and I do it by making jokes we're listening back to our twenty ten interview with Joan rivers as part of our.
"joan rivers" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Baby. Kinda came from. I remember as a kid watching those Carson appearances. I look forward to it. And it was great. In the crowd kind of pushed him. Yeah. Probably the nightclub. Just the one liners. You know, you just wanna go boom, boom, one after the other just like don't give them room to breathe. So I'm just over time. He's let's just works for me. You know, just going to this stuff talking fast. You know? So we work with Rodney or with the great, George Carlin Joan rivers that like that was fun. That will Joan always use at that time. This was the mid eighty eight mid eighties. I'd say that correctly middle mid eighty. Thank you. She at that time, she was traveling with Garry shandling. And and Jim Stafford for some reason that she was using to opening axe. She would go on after two opening. So they heard of I've been working with Rodney for about maybe two and a half three years. And they'd heard about me from guy Caesar's in Las Vegas, the maitre d'. There you call it percents. Blur guy. He works run. He's pretty funny. So they called me up and said, let's try a ten day run. So that how that worked out so working with Garry shandling and Joan rivers the nyc nineteen Eighty-four nineteen eighty five that was a great experience. And she got me on the tonight show when she was hosting. So I did it twice. Nice. She was incredible. We were just talking about all these people are gone, including Gary shandling, it's so sad. Because to me, it's all me. I don't people anymore. They've heard that. They don't have much time left after I work with them. We do better with the singers because you've opened for people at the beach boys, Gloria Estefan, Tom Jones. I'm still. Around. What is that like, most of the beach voice cards? Tim kill those guys yet. So what's the difference? Because the comedy thing. I totally get you know, people are going. They're going to a comedy show. Your stuff is different than the headliner in. Everybody has a great time. Now doing them for a crowd. That's for music is of course, you do do music, and you know, you're very talented musician in your act. Do you think that works precisely because you there with the Qatar and so forth seemed to because even if people are not expecting it singers. I it seemed to be slightly easier because the comedy crowds want their comedy joke. Headliner to come out, right? The musician music people, it seemed like okay. This will put up with whatever this is. But it was less of a an immediacy like get off get off this. Oh, so it was so different. And it was also music. So they're in that frame of mind anyway. Zoa nighttimes ninety times out of one hundred worked out really well with Tom Jones. But you know, we all have our stories of the shows that didn't go because they just wanted to see Tom. But glorious and she was great. I loved working with her. She was she she wanted me to do parodies of their songs that's Miami sound machine song. So she wants to do. God's will. Because do do voice people will be going. I'm not doing impression of your song. These people would kill me. Right. She out of the audience. I know I know you'll be laughing and I'll be dodging pellets. So I decided not to do that. But righteous brothers Bill. I still know does doesn't show in Vegas. Oh. You play all over the place. We'll try to get a feel of it. But anew tube. I think people have to go on because I interview went kinda followed what you've done, and it's just so much fun. And people just seemed like I think the something about those parodies. People love him. It's just one of those things. Do you find that people just they wanna hit because you're already comfortable with some of the material? They know the original song, you can have fun with it. Right. Yeah. My my show to this day still ends with me doing requests, yell at your favorite singer, destroy the boy and yell out. Ninety nine percent of the time people I've done before. But sometimes you get a new person. Ooh, okay. I got myself into this dig myself out of this hole. And usually it worked out fine. They love that. And they get involved, and it's the songs, they know it's their favorite. So you gotta let working on your behalf. You have a particular favorite. When you hear it. You got my well, the ones I end with our prince, which is incredibly R rated, and I always tell him you. Sure, you're ready for this. Because this is not to put the children out of the room. But they say, yes. And it usually goes over Rudd Stuart I usually end with Adele, I haven't Adele that I end with sometimes, but. Elton, john. There's my favorite's the ones that just I know gonna get big response and the other ones that go, okay, depending on the crowd. They might not know this artist is you have to be kind of selective to read your audience. You'll hear more from Dennis Blair in just a moment. Time now for luxury.
"joan rivers" Discussed on 790 KABC
"That's F U N D two seven nine six four five Super Bowl. You want to call and talk about that. Yet was boring animal. Wien was boring. Yeah. When you have to take off your shirt, and that's the high point of your performance. That's not good. It's not good. And then wouldn't you love to see the Mensa members in the room who are doing the halftime? And they say, let's get like a an elevator pop band. And then let's pair it with a rapper who have to bleep every two seconds. So you can't even hear the music, and then let's have the one person. Everybody wants to hear big boy come out in a Cadillac and performed for eight seconds and have a woman's scream guts out from acquire. And that'll be the half. I'm not a work won't it. So it was ill conceived from the beginning. Adam LeVine is so non the tattoos. Now, I'm never getting out to after seeing that that is that is a suburban guy with tattoos, and I love he has California real big on his stomach. The only reason you would put that on your stomach as if you're eighty six when they say where do you live you lift up your shirt and go California Joan rivers always said that her tattoo. She got a tattoo. It would be fun number or name or social security over the steak. She lives in a picture of a house. So that when a cop says where do you live you lift up, your shirt and go here Joan would say if my sagging breasts didn't completely cover. Obscured. Max man that's a game changer. I don't eat as much as I used to. I don't miss it. And I don't feel deprived last thirty seven pounds and his fair tire around my waist gone. I mean, it's gone. Plus, I've got a lot more energy. I couldn't be happier. Now, listen to what Bill said about Andro four hundred. I have tried all kinds of different things to lose weight to us. And this thing is crazy. Got lost point something pound. The best product I've ever tried. I don't get the urging more sweet mazing guys..
"joan rivers" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"I worked in radio for forty years. I've worked in television for several decades. And I just can't punch the words. The only time I could do it is if I do my Walter Cronkite impression, then I can do it. But I'm sitting next to an EMMY that was given to Walter. How see there's history there at CBS the tiller in this broadcast center is falling apart. But it's also loaded. History journalism that was my experience too. I was so excited to go to NBC in thirty rock up in the elevator to do the today show and the paint's peeling on the windows. You know, it looks better from afar illusion has been broken everything. Looks better from everything looks better. From far your studio is is tight and crisp and firstly painted. Have you been here? It's been so long. We keep it up. I have a very good team keeps up pretty nice. But it's also not as old as CBS or NBC. Some day. It'd be fun. Wouldn't it? Yet in the Leo LaPorte memorial studio yellow used to work here. I don't ever happened Monday. Apple Monday, weirdly enough, apple decided to do a an event at the Steve Jobs theater. A glittering event. They practically had a red carpet had Joan river's been still alive. She probably would have welcomed the celebrities. There's a big picture apple took before the event of all of the celebrities gathered I'll see if I can find that. It was it was it was Vanity Fair worthy. It was very impressive. And not all the celebrities took the stage. Only a handful did. But for some reason, they had many more people. Let's see picture celebrities. Steve Jobs theater that should that should be the Google food. Get this. I needed an annotated version. I didn't know half these people. Yeah. Me too. I kept. I kept mistaking Reese Witherspoon for drew Barrymore and Octavia Spencer for Oprah Winfrey. No, I knew that was Oprah who else could wear Superman's Cape and a bolo tie. Holy cow. Like that. There's the moment. Remember the moment wins Bano and Tim cook touched fingers. The Lynette Lyn this moment right here on stage with Oprah Winfrey. Happened. I leaned over to Rene and was like oh, thank goodness. No awkward high five just happened. No. But in the meat you era? I think it's kind of interesting that Tim is studiously avoiding touching Oprah. And she's rubbing his belly. Like for good luck. He's putting tear from his eye after he did he wiped a tear. You know, why he started crying when Oprah said billions of phones in the plan their pockets, y'all billions that was when Tim went. Yes. Yes. That's the way to talk about. Here's a big guy. I think this is the rock..
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.
"joan rivers" Discussed on About Last Night
"We don't have any. Trying to keep herself young to where she's not real someone rash heavily huge fan of these alien women who are just not human. They name. So grateful for Zhao ski. I love her. Festival is. A baldwin. Oh my God. I love supermodels. And I that's my problem is I. Yeah. We got to promote that airing soon. Yes. Bearing this month. Yes. The long awaited the Mike rat battle between Nikki if you've ever thought, you know, what I wanna know what to white people from white suburban neighborhood sound like wrapping. Oh Oh my God. my God. I have a feeling that's crushed it. We did. We did. We worked hard on it. We we had a data prepare, and we were we practiced in the parking lot. We both worked harder rocking lot practice. Is. There rap influences that you guys pulled onto kind of like your style off of or do you? Hearing yourself rap for the first time with an audience, you're likely thing. It's just like performing on a stage for the first time we or doing anything new perform wise, you're like, oh, this new thing comes out of me that you're like, oh, I guess this is how my I'm compensating for like the audience and the lights, but like did you feel naturals arapahoe? I do things that make me feel uncomfortable. I did I did American ninja warrior celeb-. Cody. I did drop the mic because it was a rap battle show because I told my agents about a month before in jail warrior asked me to do it. I was like kind of had a I just realized that the key to making it in this business is just say us do everything your face out there. People seeing your face and wanna see your face, do whatever. And so I told my agent I'm like, I'll do anything. I'm just gonna Joan rivers at Joan rivers never said. No. And I love that about her. She did everything. And I think you have to I am not Joan rivers, and I would die of exhaustion. I don't know how she did it, but a couple of surgery she could've stayed away from that true. She could've said no couple. Maybe not. That's also what like made her half. Well, there's nothing. There's no free. Well, she couldn't choose. But today that way and to live that way, that's her. But but I what was I saying? Oh, so so I was like, yes. So then these offers came in, and I was like I have to do it. I already I I'm going to do it because this is a ridiculous thing to do. And then then I get asked to do dancing with the stars. And I'm like, yeah. I have wrapped on TV I I cannot do anymore humiliating things on TV. I've done them all is so humiliating. But like what we did it. I I was was like. like. And I still have the robe you you. All because. Oh, yeah. Like a boxing glove. I love Rams J a method. Baldwin and by the way, so the one of the coolest moments my career method mangoes dude love your show tem special..
"joan rivers" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Yes. They were looking for dealing with deejays DJ's do stupid stuff. And they they do things you tell them not to do what they do the opposite shirt. So I finally got the all-clear. Because I had my producer the time. He was looking out for me. It was like so I ran and I ran into the tonight show studio, and I ran up on the stage. And the the set the the desk there was a big tarp covering the desk Janis desk and the chair. Yeah. Remember like, the only people that sat and his chair were Jay Leno and Joan rivers up to that point. And he himself the king's throne for the late night. So I was like. Looked around as a here's my. Here's why shot I me they're going to get away. With is I'm gonna get canned or arrested. So I run up there. Pull the tarp over sit down the chair and ate lunch into my bad. Carson impression my impression of it was my Dana Carvey as Johnny Carson. This is wild. This is weird wild stuff. I started doing the whole thing as I'm doing that. I'm sitting there on this chair at the desk. This is wild. Doing the whole thing. Right. Sudden. You can't be there. And boom, I started Bolton on like running out. The I didn't know where I'm going. I just run out the back. And then I'm backstage. I'm like how the hell did I? Backstage. And I'm like, oh my God. What am I going to end up in somebody's Dino dressing room? Luckily, for me, I was able to get out of there. I don't know how I did it. But I. That would have been this is the fireable offense. But out there, they probably would have the.
"joan rivers" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"There have any nominees from younger generation can anyone get in there in the thirties and forties or is impossible to do that. No matter how fun. It's so hard to do it. Because if I if I throw Chapelle. Ed shoe? He was influenced by Richard Pryor. There's a very clear influence there and pry, or as you said pushed along those boundaries before he did. So the younger people are always borrowing from the older generations and the old fogies like you won't allow the young people in the combo. Oh, but I suppose. Chapelle is not even a young person anymore. No, I'm not sure Pels not allowing Chapelle in the prior conversation. That's good enough for me. That's a good conversation though. Because I don't not making are we making young people who are going to be the mount Rushmore of comedy in thirty years. Who are they where are they? It's an impossible question to ask. But who's the guy where you see such genius that you're like that person is going to be enduring and he's coming for the legends. Because Mike, I don't know. How you don't put Seinfeld on the Lizzy the only like the only guy that I was like, wow. This is going to be an all time. Great. This is the next Carlin any pass away too soon with Mitch Hedberg is only like young comedian. And I'm like this is the peak. This is one of the greatest things I've ever seen Steve Martin. Also it stand up comedy dying. Like does anyone say I want to go to stand up comedy show? I feel like there's other ways to be creative. Now, there are other podcasts. Honestly are a huge creative outlet for even comedians like Bill Burr and Marc Maron that they're having fun with it. But the stand up comedy, circuit is still. Live and well a lot of taxes are saying Louis CK should be on there. Despite what happened as a monster. He was got chisel Bom foiled several ways. Louis C K. Yeah. He was he was getting the kind of buzz. And Furthermore was doing interesting things with the business where it's actually interesting to look at it in retrospect, because I know many of you now associate Louis C K and define him as his worked at worst act. But and I don't blame you for doing that. I I do marvel that he was headed down the path of actually making himself accessible outside of media and being cheap for his fans being cheap and acceptable to his fans in a way most comedians don't care about. It's kind of the way is Pearl. Jam cares that way, right, Mike. Yes. Yeah. Where where they just wage war against the secondary market and scalpers. Yeah, they care that much to be clear. This is a mount Rushmore of stand up comedy because it is different. And it is very difficult to be ineffective sand up calming. It's at any women on that list that you could be Ellen. Wouldn't it? It wouldn't Ellen be the top of that. List, pretty good. But I mean who would be better is it Lucille ball. Stand up comedy though, you have to do Sando Carol Burnett. I have a list. I didn't realize that Joan rivers had done. Stay commerce. Yes, Joan rivers is a good nominee. She doesn't crack the top four though, Joan rivers. I mean, if you're going to do it with Joan rivers, you gotta put her ahead of Johnny Carson because she was just sort of a sub on his show. Right. Like, you can't put Joan rivers ahead of Johnny. Carson can you. And I don't I mean Rolling Stone has the she was better than Johnny Carson stand up. Yeah, Rolling Stone did a top fifty stand up comedians of all time, and she's number six on that list who who who was their marriage rock is number five on a second slow now, I like Nikki Glaser, she's a she's a modern day. Santa comic. We've got a list, and when we have a top five list we have to stop and get all the proper production value. So we could do it correctly. The number five, and this doesn't count because mass mount Rushmore will already gave out number five. So let's just do that fully. Correctly. All right. Sent me upset me the number five comic of all time. According some websites to God's just looked up at Chris rock. Rolling Stone, by the way, number four. What what does that mean? I asked you a question..
"joan rivers" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Tony shillue. Totally solid. Really great show. He know supposedly that's based a little bit on Joan rivers trajectory as she was coming out as a comic. I mean, that makes sense also just coming from that female perspective to and sort of you know, the trials and tribulations she has to go through an in that regard in that time. But yeah, I actually guys I gotta head out to getting to your stand-up. All right talk to talk to you soon. Good luck Shelat. All right. I hope she's got a really tight set. That's a calm. That's a comedy. Sets a comedy term. Do we have to dump that I thought about it not do it? But I thought we'll have a set Brian. Brian. Did we have to dump it yesterday when we decided whether or not cliff Kingsbury was known not dump that either. Okay, good. Have you ever watching crashing by the way? Yeah. Tight set means you let's not keep doing it. It's a comic term, right. It's it's legit. I mean, people say I've got a great set. I've got a tight set. I've got ten. Good minutes. I've got five great minutes. This tight set time doing open mics. I would imagine you've done out one point, right? My my partner in New York was a standard comics who Kalinski and all we did was talk to stand up comics crazy sues crashing. No. That's an HBO thing. Right. No. I haven't seen. It was bad timing on tight set. I won't well fantastic yet. So what he used it about like, Jerry Seinfeld. Now, you find attractive in female. No, everybody's head went to the wrong. Plano. But here was completely accidental. That's ridiculous. Just absolutely ridiculous. All right. So Blake Griffin's coming in. Oh, Blake where you bad. So I'm to ask you something. Yeah. What is Blake Griffin's legacy in the NBA? Oh, interesting K jumping over it could be it could be that. Let's do it coming up. Yep. That's next. We're doing a tight three hours today. Tight.
"joan rivers" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"But if he was really genuis about about making up with people, then he would start with those people that would there for him that he treated like shit, and he don't give a fuck about us. He he won't he won't make up with us. We mean nothing. But also why would he now like now you've exposed him? Well, on I've, you know, I've shared a lot too. So I mean, like, I, you know, I don't think I think it'd be friends now. I don't like I I've shared a lot. I don't know if she knows what shared or not. But I've been really honest. And so, yeah, I don't expect to be hanging out anytime soon, and I and I don't care like some some things are not meant to be made up. And it's too awkward, and it's out in the in. But yeah, I mean. Again, he probably went a different route because this climate of being mean and having strippers and everything that was loyal show doesn't really work. Oh change is fine. I'm okay. I mean, everyone should be allowed to change. I just don't think you could pick and choose who you're going to change too. And and that and that's what he's doing. And listen, you know, the the thing that really irritates me. This is what hypocritic isn't involves Joan rivers Howard. He's to beat up on Johnny Carson like on a regular basis because he was what an what an asshole Johnny is to ban Joan rivers from ever doing the tonight show, again could how could Johnny band somebody who was working for him. And did a good job yet cut to Howard now and me Jackie Ardy. Casey grillo. We're all band. Yes. Gilbert Godfrey banned up until lately, bent limit Ellie was banned for like, how do you then he's become everything? He's goofed on. And don't you think though that the banning being that he's so powerful goes a lot further than just his show. Do you? Do you think that don't you think or do you think that you've missed out on opportunities because of because they don't wanna piss off Howard by hiring ill. Sure, I don't pose way. I've actually Howard calling. But just being like, hey, let's not let's not fuck up that relationship by, you know, person When when they're they're not not see see, you you know, know, what what? the point I got to pensions. Don't give shit. If you're gonna ban me from doing something. I, you know. I don't care. I'll get by. Yeah. You know, it doesn't like I don't really I've done so much in my lab at this point. I'm not like it's gonna need to the, you know, you know, make you know, millions of dollars a year anymore. I'm like, I'm content in you know, Canoga park, I'm content with my motorcycle. I own my place. I mean, I'm fine. But yes, I know the fact that that does happen. And you know, that certain shows wouldn't have me on because they're on serious and they don't wanna piss Howard off. I know that I know that happens. I know that when I was executive producer for Stephanie Miller. They had the call serious to see if it was. Okay, seriously. It's okay. But he's never allowed to mention Howard. You know? I mean what happens, but as Adam Corolla, I can't get on his show to promote this book. Adam Corolla, I've done quite a few times. And he's always been my John. You know, you're. Guest. But don't forget, I I trust Jimmy Kimmel in this book. So I'm sure his best friends TIMMY, but see this is the thing had my books are good reading. I think that's when you enjoy it. I don't care. I'm on filtered. I'm not gonna hold back. Now, there's one thing that I will say every story all back up every story could be corroborated. And it's all true. I'm not making up shit, right? Like, everything about Chelsea entirely. True says Attica backup almost every story. I say and then the producers on natural Quebec up the other half. Right. I mean, Chelsea is a bad person. She's not a nice person. She she she mistreats her step. And you think that you're the only one who's walking shells? I have friends who worked for her on the Netflix show who walk in on around her. I mean, Chelsea is not a good person. She's a horrible..
"joan rivers" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?
"This vast archive that in the touring company performs all around the country. So we're performing scenes written by Tina Fey, and, you know, Joan rivers sometimes as far back Chris early and. Yeah, their names in the script and world. That's right. So for you to say in a scene like as a black woman. I think that this meeting should be journal. Where was always like, yes, she did this. So that we they would have to put someone in who gets the issue was there. Yeah. That didn't work aisles did Toronto Toronto is different in a great way. Canada's different, you know. And so I'm not saying their issues, but their shoes tend to be more immigration area, which we also rock. Yeah. But not so much on the street. And they just always thought I was from Nova Scotia. The black Halifax Halifax Joe, but in but here in France will tell you we used to the few how many when we were there we because we wanna play with some other black people or the other black people around second city, and that was how many people four five was five of us five of us. And I was the only person currently on stage. Right. And we'll save where we forget about him. Day. Maybe haven't met him. I think David pump the only ones I haven't met. Yeah. Yeah. So forget that David was ATC with me. And then a real torque over business theater like you had done everything everything. Yeah. But that's that's the tough part. Because you know, I was on the other side on the producing side. And so I saw how people were talked about after their auditions, or when they were being considered for stage, and all of those discussions that went into that, you know, in trying to change that culture because when it comes when it came to white guys, it's like, you know, let's just put him up. But when what a person of color that editing at decision to have a person of color. Yes. It wasn't just who's funniest or who's who's you know, whatever it was we've decided to have first of coach. Now, we will look at people of color. Yeah. It happens you have to open that door. And then oftentimes, you know, unlike you know, Angela is the the only person in the history of second city who've done all those stages, right Angeles..
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..