17 Burst results for "John Cryer"

"john cryer" Discussed on Z104

Z104

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"john cryer" Discussed on Z104

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"john cryer" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"john cryer" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"Okay. New new segment that we completely stole from the weekly planet movie. Character fights people wanted us to do this. We're going to do our own twist. We didn't movie battles when we first started this podcast here and there, but it was never like fight. So we actually talked about what we talk about the other day. We talked about old people fighting other old or celebrities rich people rich people fight. So that must've John Cryer is all in on it. Yes. Right. We, you know, we never mentioned that in the pod we ever talked about the fact that we tweeted about John Cryer Jeff pays those fighting and Jon Cryer about that acts quote tweeted it ready to go. He's ready to fight. Jeff bezos. Yeah. He was ready to fight. Jeff bezos. He's like, what do you think are? Yeah. Yeah. Bees as I've said both. It doesn't matter. His name is junk kick ass shit shit completely dogs fight harder. Yeah. So we're gonna do movie character fights, you have six of them. We're all going to debate. What we think the audience, you guys voted US actually suggested these two. So it started out Koi playing with a broken this there. The box cutter here. Fights playing earlier while recording KFC radio, and he was punching holes in his water bottle. And then and then took a sip is water at the end in water all over him. He's also been a recurring guest. John fight Abruzzo wearing rollerblades around the office today to fuck it asked. Always good at them, though. He only reason why he's wearing his blade blading abilities. I mean, I would do to impressed. Okay. I one first movie fight who do you think would win Detective John Kimball or the kindergartners so a kindergarten cop showdown? So the cop from kindergarten cop or the kindergarteners in kindergarten cop. This is this is that the old mix tape one, right? Yeah. What's the total amount of kindergarten knows how many of the kindergarten class think? There have been like twenty probably a lot of kids. A bare knuckle fight to the dumb. Sorry. I'll start it off. I let you guys get more. The brunt of the debate started off set the tone. I'm taking the kindergarteners. I'm a lot of kids Schwarzenegger to flick around the beat the shit out of ninety s swertz Neg. This is like just as he's I just starting to exit the peak of his physical, fitness. I'm all in on Scharzenegger's beat the shit out. I think the kids could couple scratches here, and there is is not going to be able to get on the same team. Because again, all kids are idiots. None of these kids would could even open a pill. What if it was like fifth grader cop? I think so I'm gonna take Detective John Campbell. Because I think all he has to do is do the Angi window spin. And. Seventy five percent of them are on the ground. And then he just cleans up the rest. I agree. I completely agree fifth graders. I think it'd be much tougher but twenties far too few kindergartners. You're gonna have some kids just like taken a nap other pay in their pants very few. Like, they I mean, they can't flicked any damage. Unless unless they have they find a good man a source, and then they can do a power attack. Then it's really different how much does it kindergartner way. Like thirty five pounds sounds right on America, like sixty. Oh, you're gonna marry British. So fifty here easy. Let's round up to forty. So let's say let's say Arnold had eight hundred pounds of kindergartner on him. He could easily do that. Right. Like, even if they all on. Yeah. But he can walk around with eight hundred pounds strapped across his body right at Jeff Fisher. Yeah. Yeah. All he'd have to do is posted there all over. He was fine. That's only like seven of them though..

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"john cryer" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"john cryer" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"Okay. New new segment that we completely stole from the weekly planet movie. Character fights people wanted us to do this. We're going to do our own twist. We didn't movie battles when we first started this podcast here and there, but it was never like fight. So we actually talked about what we talk about the other day. We talked about old people fighting other old or celebrities rich people rich people fight. So that must've John Cryer is all in on it. Yes. Right. We, you know, we never mentioned that in the pod we ever talked about the fact that we tweeted about John Cryer Jeff pays those fighting and Jon Cryer about that acts quote tweeted it ready to go. He's ready to fight. Jeff bezos. Yeah. He was ready to fight. Jeff bezos. He's like, what do you think are? Yeah. Yeah. Bees as I've said both. It doesn't matter. His name is junk kick ass shit shit completely dogs fight harder. Yeah. So we're gonna do movie character fights, you have six of them. We're all going to debate. What we think the audience, you guys voted US actually suggested these two. So it started out Koi playing with a broken this there. The box cutter here. Fights playing earlier while recording KFC radio, and he was punching holes in his water bottle. And then and then took a sip is water at the end in water all over him. He's also been a recurring guest. John fight Abruzzo wearing rollerblades around the office today to fuck it asked. Always good at them, though. He only reason why he's wearing his blade blading abilities. I mean, I would do to impressed. Okay. I one first movie fight who do you think would win Detective John Kimball or the kindergartners so a kindergarten cop showdown? So the cop from kindergarten cop or the kindergarteners in kindergarten cop. This is this is that the old mix tape one, right? Yeah. What's the total amount of kindergarten knows how many of the kindergarten class think? There have been like twenty probably a lot of kids. A bare knuckle fight to the dumb. Sorry. I'll start it off. I let you guys get more. The brunt of the debate started off set the tone. I'm taking the kindergarteners. I'm a lot of kids Schwarzenegger to flick around the beat the shit out of ninety s swertz Neg. This is like just as he's I just starting to exit the peak of his physical, fitness. I'm all in on Scharzenegger's beat the shit out. I think the kids could couple scratches here, and there is is not going to be able to get on the same team. Because again, all kids are idiots. None of these kids would could even open a pill. What if it was like fifth grader cop? I think so I'm gonna take Detective John Campbell. Because I think all he has to do is do the Angi window spin. And. Seventy five percent of them are on the ground. And then he just cleans up the rest. I agree. I completely agree fifth graders. I think it'd be much tougher but twenties far too few kindergartners. You're gonna have some kids just like taken a nap other pay in their pants very few. Like, they I mean, they can't flicked any damage. Unless unless they have they find a good man a source, and then they can do a power attack. Then it's really different how much does it kindergartner way. Like thirty five pounds sounds right on America, like sixty. Oh, you're gonna marry British. So fifty here easy. Let's round up to forty. So let's say let's say Arnold had eight hundred pounds of kindergartner on him. He could easily do that. Right. Like, even if they all on. Yeah. But he can walk around with eight hundred pounds strapped across his body right at Jeff Fisher. Yeah. Yeah. All he'd have to do is posted there all over. He was fine. That's only like seven of them though..

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"john cryer" Discussed on One Giant Leap For Geeks

One Giant Leap For Geeks

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"john cryer" Discussed on One Giant Leap For Geeks

"They said we are enormous fans of John Cryer, and he was instantly our dream actor to play the iconic row of lex Luther executive producers, Robert rove ner. And Jessica Cuello said in a statement, John is a super talent. And the fact that he played Linney Luthor in superman four brings an added layer of legacy to his casting. We're beyond the real to welcome John to the supergirl family. So yeah, he plays lex Luther is like son or nephew shit in superman for the quest for peace or whatever. The fuck. Yeah. Yeah. I didn't like him. Then now he's going to be. It's a generational thing. What they're doing. You. See I see deep cuts the sun has begun. Right. I get it. But. That was that line. What's his face says, the guy the godfather Marlon Marlon Brando? Yeah. Go ahead. I'll all this left is he needs to play the whole have all three covered. Oh, I got the notes for this week. And I was going over on my way here as I often do and I'm looking at it. And I I was like what wait. No. So I had to download that thing and blow it up and read everything. And I'm like hell why why why why is Jon Cryer going to be lex Luther and see money was driving? He's like who's Jon Cryer said, you know, who John Cryer is. He's like I said the guy from two and a half men Alan and he's like oh. Cering people'd does fucking juice suck know. And all I can think of when you said that they are fans of his is that they're forty somethings who grew up watching him as Duckie in fucking sixteen candles or but but yeah at this. Go ahead. Good. Oh, no. No, no. I was saying wasn't sixteen candles pretty in pink. That's right. I knew it was one of the Molly ring all eighties movies. Boy, I think that he could play. Evil genius. I totally see that. I think though that he he's gonna have the same issue that we had with Jesse Eisenberg playing lex Luther and Ben Everson superman. Yes that he has a lot of like nerdy squirmy like little yes limi- traits. He's going to have to get past. Now. Don't get me wrong there elements of Luthor 's character that are like that. But Luthor is supposed to be like the whole thing between him the superman is lex Luthor doesn't like superman because he feels that if superman exists then it will stunt the growth of the human race because it's like we will never develop to the heights that we could potentially right, right? Or should be reaching. Because we have this handicap of superman because superman can do everything. Right. It's like, well, why would we ever? We just become complacent in our evolution pretty much Luthor is like the pinnacle of like, you know, the human species like brilliant. He has all his money. He's in great shape. He has on his technology and shit. And he's like, you know, this is what you know. Human beings should be worshipping and striving to be like more like me actual human being as opposed to this like God who believes among us who is not actually one of us in in in a comics ecomomics, pretty good point. I understand where he's coming from. And I think that's why he's a good villain. Absolutely. So I'm not even a fan of superman, but I do like lex Luther Luther really? I had a hard time taking Jesse in number is invert Isenburg Isenburg had a heart. What's his name from Facebook? I'm blanking on Mark. Just call him ours. That's where everybody. I had a hard time seeing him as lex Luther because he has too many of those like he tries to be funny, and he's tried to get this like edgy squarely thing going, and it just it doesn't work in Jon Cryer is the same. He's. Everything he's done has always had this nerdy humor to it. Sure. And even roles where he's tried to be serious it it's still there. Yeah. Like, you can't you can't wash it away. And I am worried that we're gonna get another lex Luther. That's just not the right fit bitches. Now. I have to say aside from Kevin Spacey who played like, yeah, severity. I think that the guy that they had on smallville not giving much credit to smallville..

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"john cryer" Discussed on Undisclosed

Undisclosed

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"john cryer" Discussed on Undisclosed

"Although there are copies of multiple versions on the unsolved mysteries episode and Camden County files. There's no tape in the prime suspect episode, which means if it's possible to still find those tapes somewhere, it's probably back where they came from in Hollywood. Luckily, here it undisclosed. We have a special investigator on call just for these kind of TV show related emergencies. Hey, there's. How are you doing? I told John Cryer about prime suspect in the missing episode swing case and how it wasn't on YouTube. So I was basically out of ideas to look and he began to chase down leads. I we tried to find out who made it, and it was actually a local TV station and made it at, but they actually sold it to a bigger company riser syndicate figured that. We had to go with figuring out who owns all of the stuff that was created by writer back then because the company actually went out of business, and what happens in those cases, a lot of the content that they produce gets sold off to various companies who are willing to try and sell it for whatever money, they can make some it. And in this case where I feel most of its library to paramount which then is library to CBS television distribution. So. Wending just keeping package. Yeah. It's very similar so many companies go out of business. And if you wonder where those movies go to die. What happens is people up and see if there's anything they can sell or licensed to people and a lot of these syndicated shows, you know, some of them license really well, and then some of them just disappear and just you know, gone and everything are ties it turns out that trying to find a loss TV show is way more complicated and were corporate than expected the library. So what ended up with the television distribution? And I thought great I worked for for thirteen years. You know, so I have some ins there turns out CBS is vastly different vision network. So completely different group of people. We contacted them and and met with Stony wall of obstruction basically talked to their said that there. Whole raise on d'etre is to hold the shows that they actually license out for Clinton, very close to the vest. They do not let anybody them. And I said, okay..

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"john cryer" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"john cryer" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Ringwald and i have a very story past we did a movie together we're at carried her got old it's just too much to handle i think we're going to need about fifty more candles dale that made me pause deal play one of the high schoolers great grandma's in a movie you rejected beat a beat your boyfriend but tonight is the night gets his revenge john cryer a friendship is dead after this don't call me the least cool person ever died from molly one hundred ten man in two and a half minutes man who went ball and then crew beard tired that's really a shame because i heard that in bed you look up to you net versus duckie they're not making that up on the fly are they they have somebody right that crap for them yeah somebody had to have given them money and i'm kinda i've never seen the show before now i'm kinda interesting to watch it that was good you know pretty in pink of course i love that movie when i was coming up in the eighties watch that a lot this past weekend my wife on netflix watched back to back sixteen candles and the breakfast club and i told her right now the hair standing up or molly ringwald neck bankers he's fired up she's ticked off because those movies are inappropriate now i considered politically incorrect i love the references in that rap battle though to pretty in pink in sixteen candles.

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"john cryer" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"john cryer" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"Yeah up everybody it's time for how to get me who bone is episode ooh everybody is paul's here and welcome to this get made bonus episode he didn't expect episode to drop today but it did and you are in luck because blake jay harris has gotten an interview with one of the best guest we've ever gotten on the podcast this somebody that i personally just think is comedic ly great he had a huge effect in my life i remember him from a film called hiding out which i was obsessed with as a kid i need to rewatch that i also loved show that he did shortlived tv show called the famous teddy zee he was in pretty in pink as one of the best characters at all time duckie you know of course from like every episode of two and a half men he was even in june's movie aspect words he's just someone who always working in as always good and has as such a crazy catalog films that he is the perfect guest for like sit down and talk to and of course a main focus of our conversation is going to be about superman four the quest for peace he dishes the dirt and it's great everything that you wanted to know about superman four we're going to get into today with blake and john cryer i cannot wait for you guys to listen to it so without any further do take it away blake.

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"john cryer" Discussed on Undisclosed

Undisclosed

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"john cryer" Discussed on Undisclosed

"Next question is by zeke farrow at zeke nece he asks when we get to hear the secret weapon evidence at mr john cryer still hounds at evidence profit the answer is if this goes to a new trial you'll certainly hear about it because i it would be used at a new trial barring that no guarantees it'll probably remain secret that that there might be something in the someone your future that that reveals some of these secrets but this have to wait and see oh my gosh you're breaking hearts colin this is what i say if it doesn't go to trial if it's resolved and a non comes home you know one way or the other you know it's time to put it all out there i think you know if it's not use a trial and there's no trial and he just he gets a plea deal or whatever it is they dropped charges and he comes home there's no reason not to not to let folks know this is on the stuff that we found it was useful but you know i want our listeners to keep up alive from ryan up and shaw who's twitter handles at ryan mack oh did you need to win on the tower point to raise it at the retrial no in fact the interesting thing is the quarter special appeals didn't reverse judge welsh on the merits of the celtics clean they find it was waived but his ruling stands either way it doesn't matter we could have the fry hearing a hearing to determine the admissibility of expert evidence and disclaimer it could be used to show this unreliable that might work or not if it doesn't you could still use that disclaimer at trial to cross examine any solitaire expert the state might call.

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"john cryer" Discussed on Undisclosed

Undisclosed

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"john cryer" Discussed on Undisclosed

"Major art theft in boston overnight to eve's posing as police officers overpowered museum guards very dramatically said gentlemen this robbery a part of our heritage has been stolen this horrible thing occurred in nineteen ninety everything changed because of that someone on the inside helped feeds from the guys who brought you missing more murray and crawlspace empty frames will be available on apple podcasts or wherever you get your favorite podcast on february six hello john cryer and welcome to the undisclosed addendum the first episode of our new series brilliant disguise focused on the well shall we say unique eyewitness identification procedure used to identify at twenty one year old man named ronnie long suspected of a minor charge of trespassing he ended up being convicted of rape and burglary and served over forty one years in prison so with us today is colin miller is one of the hosts of undisclosed any law professor and associate dean at the university of south carolina school of law you doing colin harry i've i haven't some technical difficulties but but other than that pretty good also with us is bellina beatty she is a law professor and the director of the west virginia innocence project before coming to west virginia professor beady was an assistant united states attorney in washington dc any senior staff attorney at the mississippi innocence project thank you so much for being here thank you my pleasure so okay i got to ask and we had very few district attorneys on the show last time we had one was you know it was one of my favorite episodes actually had a little bit of controversy which was fun.

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"john cryer" Discussed on Undisclosed

Undisclosed

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"john cryer" Discussed on Undisclosed

"Hello i am john cryer and welcome to the undisclosed addendum the third episode in our chester hohmann series test allying delved into two huge events that occurred after his conviction the recantations of the two most important witnesses against him and with us today is colin miller is one of the host of undisclosed is also when associate dean and professor at the university of south carolina school of law he blogs at the evidence proft block he is also master of the palino's uh welcome to the show count landeta are there any other obscure types of poetry that you intend on weaving into the podcast that just like high coups are we gonna are we going to hit that at some point every limerick care during irish gains in limerick episode is going to be a dancing navy nate we will act as you've just heard we also have with us and milan's berry and mikhail bond now emily lounes bray is an associate professor of journalism at the college of new jersey and after more than two decades is a staff writer at the philadelphia inquirer where she primarily wrote about the law examined issues with criminal justice and covered trials mikhail bond is a new jersey native and reporter at the philadelphia inquirer and daily news at she spent three and a half years covering crime courts government and community in chester county pennsylvania before starting her current beat welcome to the show guys air so you guys wrote the article entitled test allying which got the ah the attention of the undisclosed team and actually brought them to the chester holman case what brought chester to your attention.

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"john cryer" Discussed on Undisclosed

Undisclosed

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"john cryer" Discussed on Undisclosed

"I am john cryer and welcome to the undisclosed addenda iin the second episode of our chester forman series this stories ally we got to hear from chester himself about that night in august of 1991 when page on her was murdered amri also got to hear how sister's deirdra and tiffany jones first confirmed his account and then inexplicably reversed themselves sending a 20yearold on his first ever day of vacation to prison for life and a with us today is colin miller is one of the hosts of undisclosed is also an associate dean and professor at the university of south carolina school of law anti blogs at evidence proft log hey colin john area i'm feeling good today i'm feeling good uh also with us is candace horsea she is an assistant professor and director of lawyering and the legal reasoning program at cumberland school of law a before that she was an assistant district attorney in philadelphia from two thousand and three to two thousand eight welcome to the show candice fainted match so okay so you were an eighty a in philadelphia for five years so this whole series of undisclosed must be just hitting you where you'll live i would imagine it guy and i would like to stress that island a former cia in my opinion to arab kept my personal teniente and not representing the opposite and so it it why did carry striking hear the name to people i now win to think about my mike what i consider my office and in a podcast volume and i mean that was my first question was so you have come in contact with some of these people and i imagine that must be kind of odd for you it certainly age and it it is in my first impression of the podcast catholic nearly one.

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"john cryer" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"john cryer" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Okay here we go your begun uh age john q second end sanding jack black words in the movie that it based on record start got calichman highfidelity a hugh uh the guy that was a notting hill got caught with a but up actually emmett uh molly rolled in john cryer and instruments articles and no the other one the enter regard though they sit around a life buoy the tickets stones first movie she tbilisi a s uh every ah christmas and valentine's day all these are considered what the holiday yes uh hey i just mentioned she was a pretty pink also windows you can candles redhead at sixteen kid i just said her name admiring alkadhimi missed it and then i just screwed up okay i'm gonna blame myself eighty nine percent ably myself overbooking away irish are one of the first one was highfidelity yeah i got that joe i gotta go through a junkies labour it okay then about a boy was the hugh i think it was last name was you're going forward it's the hugh grant hugh grant i could niles will love that movie about always me to spray really three and pink as the movies did not get all right easier you got yep that's when the holiday you got i love the holiday reward you got at the last second i pressed the thing but it already moved on so we didn't even do the last one what was the last one well it would have been waiver to us you'd have got hit guy guarantee count yourself quietly you're i'll do timer to seven all right and you're going to get this okay ready along moment going gonna get my clark went through real.

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"john cryer" Discussed on FT Banking Weekly

FT Banking Weekly

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"john cryer" Discussed on FT Banking Weekly

"So the only way you to use reliability is actually managing hacking cough invigorating serving clients who just what these armies practical similar to what john cryer effectively dodge and the effective ethically safe every fantastic wealth management franchise and private banking franchise globally and which is a cordial author but you can't just valued at good bad and ignored about their it doesn't work in that way because you have both it and that you can just chock and what those within the bank would argue as opposes that you need the investment bank to service declined within the private bank a final toll from me then deputy identity if you know rudolf boley from arbia but whether you do all you don't do you think he's gonna have success in rounding up support for his view however flow that view might be will other investors buy into it so on average i support activist because there's only at ease on why someone is happy to speak up up i think boy in this case what we are proposing it's wrong if a game orbiting earth if a game for company interest and i don't think he will have shoulder sport because shoulders automatically vote you know aimed at owning in my view visas against veteran through what he highlight is a very value if the fairmont which i do agree very longterm value but we need to for years to execute the plan i give an example trump's first full of floating very go unit i've of i was about it he ironman he changed course i need decided to raise capital rather than floating very good business why veto businesses better off here side because if you great severely conflict of interest between management.

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"john cryer" Discussed on FT News

FT News

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"john cryer" Discussed on FT News

"So the only way you would have use reliability is actually managing hacking cough invigorating serving clients who just walked design is trying to do a similar to what john cryer to the industry and the effectiveness of cruise fees is fantastic wealth management franchise and private banking franchise globally and which is a cordial of but you can't just valued at good bad and ignored about their it doesn't work in that way because you have both bit and that you can just chock wow and what those within the bank would argue as opposes that you need the investment bank to service declines within the private banks a final toll from you then w i don't know if you know rudolf boley from albia but whether you do will you don't do you think he's gonna have success in rounding up support for his view however slowed of view might be will other investors buy into it so on average i support activist because there's only at ease on why someone is happy to speak up about i think void in this case what we are proposing it's wrong if against the shoulder ankara it's a game for company interest and i don't think he will have shoulder sport because shoulders ultimately vote you know him that own interest in in my view visas against what he highlight is a very value if the fairmont which i do agree that he's longterm value but we need to for the years to execute the plan i give an example disarm first full of floating very fill unit of i was about it he i imagine he change course i need decided to raise capital rather than floating beneath a business why very of businesses better off inside because if you great severely conflict of interest between asset management.

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"john cryer" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"john cryer" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Two and a half men charlie sheen john cryer very good show i think it was on like ten to fifteen years wildly popular popular wildly profitable you know john cryer won an emmy the year after charlie sheen left the only tommy was ever nominated for the lead actor any one it was he really the best lead actor now john cryer had to deal with charlie sheen 's madness so voters said to him even though the show's ratings were going down it was a sympathy vote for a talented guy john cryer who has a terrific reputation as a wonderful person and a terrific actor but it was a sympathy vote and tonight russell westbrook's who had the second most turnovers and forty years shot forty two and a half percent is incredibly difficult to play with who by the way the guy he guarded had the most uncontested jumpers of any other player in the league will win the mvp because that mean old kevin durant left him yeah agai point guard shooting forty two percent who can't hit three in three ball league watch next year much like john cryer the following year not nominated that's the way the game works the media has agendas always has and sympathy is often the calling card the best team in the league is golden state here's what bronze numbers on the screen against golden state the best team in the league thirty four a game 56 percent thirty nine percent on threes plusminus.

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"john cryer" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"john cryer" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Two and a half men charlie sheen john cryer very good show i think it was on for like ten to fifteen years wildly popular popular wildly profitable you know john cryer won an emmy the year after charlie sheen left the only tommy was ever nominated for the lead actor any one it was he really the best lead actor now john cryer had to deal with charlie sheen madness so voters said to him even though the show's ratings were going down it was a sympathy vote for a talented guy john cryer who has a terrific reputation as a wonderful person and a terrific actor but it was a sympathy vote and tonight russell westbrook's who had the second most turnovers and forty years shot forty two and a half percent is incredibly difficult to play with who by the way the guy he guarded had the most uncontested jumpers of any other player in the league will win the mvp because that mean old kevan durant left him yeah agai point guard shooting forty two percent who can't hit three he's in a threeball league watch next year much like john cryer the following year not nominated that's the way the game works the media has agendas always has and sympathy is often the calling card the best team in the league is golden state here's what bronze numbers on the screen against golden state the best team in the league thirty four game 56 percent thirty nine percent on threes plusminus.

john cryer tommy russell westbrook mvp kevan durant point guard calling card charlie sheen thirty nine percent forty two percent fifteen years forty years 56 percent
"john cryer" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"john cryer" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Tonight russell westbrook's will get a sympathy vote for mvp this happens all the time and awards remember the show two and a half men as a good show two and a half men charlie sheen john cryer very good show i think it was on like ten to fifteen years wildly popular popular wildly profitable you know john cryer won an emmy the year after charlie sheen left the only tommy was ever nominated for the lead actor any one it was he really the best lead actor now john cryer had to deal with charlie sheen madness so voters said to him even though the show's ratings were going down it was a sympathy vote for a talented guy john cryer who has a terrific reputation as a wonderful person and a terrific actor but it was a sympathy vote and tonight russell westbrook's who had the second most turnovers and forty years shot forty two and a half percent is incredibly difficult to play with who by the way the guy he guarded had the most uncontested jumpers of any other player in the league will win the mvp because that mean old kevin durant left him yeah agai point guard shooting forty two percent who can't hit three he's in a threeball league watch next year much like john cryer the following year not nominated that's the way the game works the media has agendas always has and sympathy is often the calling card the best team in the league is golden state here's little bronze numbers on the screen against golden state the best team in the league thirty a game 56 percent thirty nine percent on threes plusminus.

russell westbrook mvp john cryer tommy kevin durant point guard calling card charlie sheen thirty nine percent forty two percent fifteen years forty years 56 percent