17 Burst results for "John Mullane"

"john mullane" Discussed on Bad Friends

Bad Friends

05:21 min | 3 months ago

"john mullane" Discussed on Bad Friends

"I love giving you boo. He broke glass now but it has ever watch comedy specials I've seen jo jo koy right. That of course who else would say. And by the way. And that's why netflix's does that drive. He looks like you. You like this guy that looks like you. How did you like yoko special. And it's funny. I liked to have you ever seen anybody else's John malini right. You like john mullane. We talked about that. you know. he's not single anymore. Well he looks like older version of the guy she likes. So she's saying. Oh my god is going to end up looking like this is like a tall skinny. Puppet guy looks like a young. They all stocks machine. They all start john. Mullany did not look like that. Turn into a fucking monster ventriloquist. No but but now he does not look like those young guys he no no but but so you've seen mullany seen joey's that's it Trevor noah. oh k. Would you think about that. I liked it you. Did you really feel andrew. Just said you did andrews about the call george. I take that out. Pick that part of no. I've never. I've only seen one thing. He's ever done what i'm saying is there's so many there's too many there's too. Yeah there is too many and you know what it's all gonna stop now. Oh wait could we listen. It's over now. Netflix's cornered the market. They overpaid for comedy. So people will walk down the street and go. Hey do you have a special net flicks. That's what i did that. So they own it now. It used to be. Hbo remember how it used to be the thing they were the coming up. I want to get a special. That was of every comic. Now it's like. I don't even know. I don't even know what the dream is anymore as a comic. I think the dream is to continue jay. Leno dream is to go viral. That's the dream. The dream is just to create a big fan base and have them go. See you live. That's why the same thing. But i'm saying it's not about that's good now because now we can continue to make your own because you know because now it's like you know. We need it before. I want people to see me life. That's all i really want but come see me live and half but i'm saying before there was only there was only certain outlets in entertainment so you had to go that route right so that's why it seemed if all you got to work this hard to get like a sitcom to get a special right but now look you could be funny christian comic. Who got a million followers and you make five hundred thousand dollars a year. More kids are selling out arenas me. I'm saying it's crazy there. There's a niche market for this. Even that guy. What's his name. Darren criss or whatever. His name is country momma momma country. Whatever the hell is the guy that got clowned at at. Oh it just for just for laughs. Southern momma momma. That's darren night aaron and we'll go to the images images obviously. I don't wanna see a video. He he guy it just for laughs with us. This guy is right. What do we do. He came to just for laughs. He was a that worth. He's he he was on the comics to watch right variety when you and you and i were together one. This is one of the many years that we were there. But like i remember he did his gala right and he bombed and he went home because it didn't go well right like he freaked down on. This was like he was to onstage. Criticizing the other comics. Oh he was already by then. They confronted him in the hallway. I read was like don't want in on him in the hallway. Talking shit he just what he was saying the stuff he was saying like you know like two million is wrong. These things these by the way. zoom in on that website real on that website. Just oh no no. No just just pension paul pinch pinch your fingers. Jesus george go back. You know how you can just pull your fingers on there. You go look at the website that we try to verify. Gla- google club gang of glue. Get glue gang official. Yeah that's we're gonna go there from but anyway the guy so much money i know it. Because he's like on on On facebook to so what. I'm saying like it's no knock on him. What i've seen is he has his following. Yeah no yeah. That's what you need to create. That's so like so. Now it's now we're in a situation where you don't need like i on instagram. And i'm like i actually. I had lunch with this kid the other day. His his name is semi math. Forget how to say his name but anyway he's like he's rolling with these like network boys. Yeah i know who they are. Yeah he rolls them. These these people they sixty million dollars in merch lashed. I know yeah. They got you know. And this kid's like he's got two million followers. He's so huge on the internet. You know he wants to be a comics. So i met with them and also we gotta go to open mcmahon. You know what. I mean like you know or just tour. Who cares. but that's why. I said to him to do his own. Set it up. You know. But but i was like It just was it just. It's amazing like it's amazing how we're now in a day and age where you can have your own fan base. The no one has to know anything about right. You know what i mean. Hey you can live in your own little live your own little. You have your own lanes. It's really amazing. Well it's nice amazing time. So are you torn by the way. I told them to like and i start getting stuff because i'm going to get out. I just went to west palm beach. I'm gonna be. I'm in austin this week but i'm gonna go for..

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"john mullane" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"john mullane" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"God forbid it says it. Says a week though like two days or a month I don't want to know. Then you just love deeper and speak sweeter and give forgiveness does that you've been denying. Someday, I hope you get the chance. To like you were dying. Do you have more or is that it now? Thank you guys for let me go through that smoothly. stugatz thinks ice cube is part of Brooklyn nine nine but you're worried there's a bunch of people out there go at Hayes other guy from Brooklyn nine nine like. All these family movies I don't know what you're talking about. You got it wrong I don't think ice cube is part Brooklyn nine nine in Brooklyn nine nine isn't family movies. So I. Don't know what you're doing there. Why give is a part of Brooklyn nine he's been in a couple of episodes of Brooklyn nine nine but you concern that I like that's there's a generation of people who just don't know who ice cube is. That's not but okay, never mind we'll move on nobody wanted to help me this segment we will move on. Billy Shady. Terry crews, God's now I'm Doug, is bidding a couple of episodes of Brooklyn nine nine. Yep. Yep. He's only credited as a writer. I haven't seen every episode of Brooklyn nine nine but I'm trying to figure out what you were doing. Get me wrong Dan does nothing right for thirty seconds? Who was the comedian James Mulvaney? How do you pronounce his John Mullany? There you go. Thank you John Mullane. Dollars Yeah. That's a bad fine. Wow. Never started shaking their head. Mimi's arguably the most popular comedian right now. James Moving. and. Is he the most put it on the poll? Is. John Mulvaney, the popular columnist. Comedian band? Jesus. Excuse me comedian. My Dan has another rough thirty seconds. You saw Jay Glazer said, dolphins are talk on talks on Jay Glazer and then Armando saw Guerrero says dolphins have had no talks on Kenton on Kendall Drake. Kenyan drake. We're. GonNa burn that we try and. Glazer, and then I think we're getting to wrappers in return. Stu Gods Calls Aj from the backstreet. Boys. Al And finally, Ryan Gosling was neighbors with backstreet boys member.

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"john mullane" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"john mullane" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"And it also was this idea of like you know not acknowledging that John Mullane Manley I'm sorry John. Mullane the comedian John Manley police officer. was wasn't attractive person. That's why he was able to seduce. Trap people well, and that's why Mattachine Midwest made an wrote an article about him in ran his picture. It's funny that you mentioned that Fausto because that Lincoln Park area there by those that lunar the upon they call it redux of swimming and stuff. It's really sweet. There's a little gazebo. It's a family place, but at night you know it was back then very Cruzi, where the where the notably art nature museum is now used to be just sort of hilly material hilly. So it was a very Cruzi area. I had a friend named JEB. Stuart and JEB used to cruise the lagoon, but not to pick people up. He used to hope that he would attract gay bashers because JEB was a blackbelt karate. and. Shoot, so he was doing his own sort of entrapment. was he able to turn the tables on police officers and sting operations? I think he did not on the police, but I'm Gay Bashers Thing know I! Mean We. You know we can talk about the politics of cruising the parts because it's it's also can be sort of dangerous. You're making yourself available to gay bashers if they know about. The thing about Manley, is that after his the case against St, necker was thrown out Manley continue to rise in the police force throughout the nineteen seventies and eighties to the rank of captain, and he was stationed at the district on Belmont and Western, but his career crashed and burned in the mid nineteen ninety s when he was fired for sexually harassing female officers under his supervision. He was fired. So this guy was a pig. Oh yeah, it's sort of interesting to imagine. This guy sort of like a dirty Harry type. Where as the years go on the police? Start to try to reform, they bring in a female officers. They bring in openly LGBT officers. And he probably really didn't like it. was saying this. This macho conservative worldview of his being challenged from within..

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"john mullane" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"john mullane" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"They had outed him as a as a stay away from this guy kind of thing, you know. I think even reused his picture. Saying that beware of this man, he's a he's A. He's an undercover cop And he got very angry and he arrested the editor of the mattachine newsletter for defamation. He brought him to court on charges of criminal defamation, not just a civil suit criminal defamation. Of course it was garbage and was thrown out of court, and it all went away, but it costs some attention. It served to bring people together so on February. Twenty fifth I think it was in downtown Chicago. We marched out in front of the women's Bar Association because they were bringing him in there to talk about youthful offenders by the way that was his specialty. This was a major pig and I'm looking at photos of of of John Manley historical archives and he looks like he could be eighteen years old. You describe them as a blond, muscular and Tori Amos, and yes. And a lot of people thought he was in the closet, and that he was just targeting his own people. Well I don't know if they really thought of him as closet case, but the Mattachine Midwest newsletter suggested that, and that's what really pissed him off. baited him with that they were saying I. Think this guy is me. Thinks the lady duff protest too much essentially, and that's what really baited him. And he took the the man who had printed. This article was named David Steen Eker. He was the editor of the Mattachine Midwest newsletter and Manley arrested him had charged on criminal. Defamation, but the charges were dismissed. and Manley of the charge was thrown out of court. Manley missed the court hearings. which is part of the reason. The judge said the help of it. But St Nick lost his job because he came out, he was featured in news publicity result of it. And at the time of course. He was fired for being gay. He wasn't fired for any political activity. He was fired for being gay and this being nineteen seventy, there was at the time no legal protection against people fired for being fired for being gay now, what were some of the tactics that Manley used to entrap gay people? Was He meeting them in bathrooms, was he? What was he trying to pick them up in bars? What was he doing? None bathrooms Lincoln Park over by Wrightwood where the there's. A lagoon there and there's a little cafe arrest restroom and there's a little hill up there. and. He would just hang out there. Posing provocatively, he was hot. There's no question about wearing tight Chino's and. Hot Dangerous Right Yeah and And you know. He was blonde and Sort of tough looking. We were told that he actually infiltrated one of our meetings at Chicago Liberation at the. Church. After the fact, we were told that he had been there. infiltrating and take notes on us so we knew. In, the way that the community was talking about these police officers that were entrapping people I remember in my generation in the nineties when there were bust or stings in places where gay men We're having sex like backrooms in bars or Bathrooms and parks late at night there was always this kind of undercurrent that like blaming the victim like you shouldn't have been there in the first place, so you deserve to be arrested. And it also was this idea of like. You know not acknowledging that John Mullane Manley I'm sorry. John Mullane the comedian John Manley the officer. was wasn't attractive person. That's why he was able to seduce. Entrap people well, and that's why Mattachine Midwest made..

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"john mullane" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"john mullane" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"They had outed him as a as a stay away from this guy kind of thing you know, I think even reused his picture. Saying that beware of this man, he's a he's A. He's an undercover cop. And he got very angry and he arrested the editor of the mattachine. Newsletter for defamation. He brought him to court on charges of criminal defamation, not just a civil suit criminal defamation. Of course it was garbage and was thrown out of court, and it all went away, but it costs some attention. It served to bring people together so on February twenty fifth I think it was in downtown Chicago. We marched out in front of the women's Bar Association because they were bringing him in there to talk about youthful offenders by the way that was his specialty was a major pig, and I'm looking at photos of of of John, Manley historical archives, and he looks like he could be eighteen years old. You describe them as a blond, muscular and notorious and yes. And a lot of people thought he was in the closet and that he was just targeting his own people well. I don't know if they really thought of him as closet case but the Mattachine Midwest newsletter suggested that, and that's what really pissed him off. baited him with that. They were saying I. Think this guy is me, thinks the lady doth protest too much essentially, and that's what really baited him. And he took the the man who had printed. This article was named David Steen Eker. He was the editor of the Mattachine Midwest. Newsletter and Manley arrested him had charged on criminal. Defamation but the charges were dismissed. and Manley of the charge was thrown out of court. Manley missed the court hearings. which is part of the reason. The judge said the help of it. But St Nick lost his job because he came out, he was featured in news publicity result of it. And at the time of course. He was fired for being gay. He wasn't fired for any political activity. He was fired for being gay and this being nineteen seventy, there was at the time no legal protection against people fired for being fired for being gay now, what were some of the tactics that Manley used to entrap gay people? Was He meeting them in bathrooms, was he? What was he trying to pick them up in bars? What was he doing? None bathrooms Lincoln Park over by Wrightwood where the there's. A lagoon there and there's a little cafe arrest restroom and there's a little hill up there. And he would just hang out there. Posing provocatively, he was hot. There's no question about wearing tight Chino's and. Hot Dangerous, right yeah and. And you know he was blonde and and. Sort of tough looking. We were told that he actually infiltrated one of our meetings at Chicago Liberation at the. Church. After the fact, we were told that he had been there. infiltrating and take notes on us so we knew. In the way that the community was talking about these police officers that were entrapping people I remember in my generation in the nineties, when there were bust or stings in places where gay men We're having sex like backrooms in bars or Bathrooms and parks late at night there was always this kind of undercurrent that like blaming the victim like you shouldn't have been there in the first place, so you deserve to be arrested. And it also was this idea of like. You know not acknowledging that John Mullane Manley, I'm sorry, John Mullane. The comedian John Manley the officer? was wasn't attractive person. That's why he was able to seduce. Entrap people well, and that's why mattachine..

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"john mullane" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"john mullane" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"They had outed him as a as a stay away from this guy kind of thing you know I think even reused his picture. Saying that beware of this man, he's a he's A. He's an undercover cop and. He got very angry and he arrested the editor of the mattachine newsletter for defamation. He brought him to court on charges of criminal defamation, not just a civil suit criminal defamation. Of course it was garbage and was thrown out of court, and it all went away, but it costs some attention. It served to bring people together so on February twenty fifth I think it was in downtown Chicago. We marched out in front of the women's Bar Association because they were bringing him in there to talk about youthful offenders by the way that was his specialty. This was a major pig and I'm looking at photos of of of John. Manley historical archives and he looks like he could be eighteen years old. You describe them as a blond, muscular and notorious and yes. And a lot of people thought he was in the closet, and that he was just targeting his own people well I don't know if they really thought of him as closet case, but the Mattachine Midwest newsletter suggested that, and that's what really pissed him off. baited him with that. They were saying I. Think this guy is me, thinks the lady doth protest too much essentially, and that's what really baited him. And he took the the man who had printed. This article was named David Steen Eker. He was the editor of the Mattachine Midwest newsletter and Manley arrested him had charged on criminal. Defamation but the charges were dismissed. and Manley of the charge was thrown out of court Manley missed the court hearings, which is part of the reason. The judge just said the help of it. But St Nick lost his job because he came out, he was featured in news publicity result of it. And at the time of course. He was fired for being gay. He wasn't fired for any political activity. He was fired for being gay and this being nineteen seventy, there was at the time no legal protection against people fired for being fired for being gay now, what were some of the tactics that Manley used to entrap gay people? Was He meeting them in bathrooms, was he? What was he trying to pick them up in bars? What was he doing? None bathrooms Lincoln Park over by Wrightwood, where the there's. A lagoon there and there's a little cafe arrest restroom and there's a little hill up there. And he would just hang out there. Posing provocatively, he was hot. There's no question about wearing tight Chino's and. Hot Dangerous Right yeah and. And you know he was blonde and and. Sort of tough looking. We were told that he actually infiltrated one of our meetings at Chicago Liberation at the. Church. After the fact, we were told that he had been there. infiltrating and take notes on us so we knew. In the way that the community was talking about these police officers that were entrapping people I. Remember in my generation in the nineties, when there were bust or stings in places where gay men We're having sex like backrooms in bars or Bathrooms and parks late at night. There was always this kind of undercurrent that like blaming the victim like you shouldn't have been there in the first place, so you deserve to be arrested. And it also was this idea of like. You know not acknowledging that you know John Mullane Manley I'm sorry, John Mullane, the comedian John Manley the police officer. was wasn't attractive person. That's why he was able to seduce..

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"john mullane" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen

Kotaku Splitscreen

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"john mullane" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen

"And I was like, okay. Like, all right. I can roll at the. So this is pretty funny. And and they really I mean, it's just it was very funny. I was struck by just how good the jokes were. And that is as much as it is about like, there's like tons of dick jokes tons of jokes about people, you know, going through like sex and everything, but they're funny and the show is funny. And I know that it gets very good. I've seen tons of people saying that's great addition to you Jason. So that got me to start watching them guided definitely keep watching it. It's say it has it has tons of dick jokes. But I think it has an equal number of Jain adjusts, and it is. Much like showing he's showing male and female puberty, which I think is really great because it's like you often there's so many like movies and shows that are like the male coming of age story, and you don't see as much like here's awkward female horn is in puberty and this has that in spades. From the beginning there there definitely significantly more male characters than female characters even though they are focusing obviously on the one girl as well. But I'm I'm guessing that that expands and the premise of the show, we should say isn't the premise of the show is that these are kids who are in eighth grade, and they're going through puberty, but also they're sort of purity and their sex drive is manifested by the screaming demon like appears at various moments to just talk in their ear and be like, oh, yeah. You want that turn up, and it is very funny. Like, it's a very relatable and funny thing, and they have I think some Maya Rudolph plays the girls demon and what's his name? Nick, the main guy crawl Nick Kroll the boys demon then I gathered there other ones that turned up. So that him in John Mullane? Linnea the two main characters has very credible stuff. So a lot of incredible voice actors and comedians who have great roles in element. I'm so excited for you to get to that coach Steve is like the most absurd character on television. Things that happen because it gets it gets Zanier and Zanier badge. I went over you watch. So I've been watching a couple things. I finished a good place the new season good place. Yes. Caught up almost don't. Okay. Okay. I can't believe how refreshing it is or how how just innovative it is the way that they're able to just literally upheaval the entire premise of the show every single over and over and over pretty pretty wild. So yeah, that's been cool and funny I won't get too into. But there is one show that I don't know if you guys have watched because watch the assassination of Yanni vir- sake. Yeah. Center the other day just to just a quick quick thing. It's fascinating. It's made by the same people who made the OJ Simpson show with John Travolta, and a home is that show. It is the second season of that same show crime story. I don't really think of it is because it's so different. And like unlike that, this isn't like a bunch of celebrities, and it isn't it's feels very different. But anyway, it's about Johnny research and the guy who killed him, and I didn't know this. But the guy who killed him was a serial killer who had also killed four other people, and I won't get too much into the details of the story because it's worth watching..

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"john mullane" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"john mullane" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Person. Now, what is the line between listening and also like not spoiling our placating the child too much like because obviously they kid needs structure. Well, the structure is a totally different thing. Okay. Structure is everything around the listening? But I I've said this before but let a mansion that you're late for a meeting and your child. Says dad? I, you know, I love I want I have and you are thinking I have to go, right? And you're thinking this is not really important. What you're saying? You can't even form a sentence. You must stop you must turn around. And you must listen until the child can say I like and peanut butter, and you I'm so glad you told me can we talk about this when I get back, and you know, what we'll even share some peanut butter together. I have to go now. Now, you've taken maybe forty five seconds to stop to listen to let that child express what they were was on their mind. Yup. You will not be any later or any earlier to your meeting, and you have given a very important. Emotion emotional feeling to that child. And then when you come home, you can say well daddy, lost his job because of your peanut butter bullshit. That's right. So there is no more peanut butter. So now. What we learned. And now we're going to learn to boil leaves. And there is there's nutritional value in fresh mown grass. So get out there. Grab that lawnmower. Really? Yeah. And push. I don't care that you're for the lawnmower night. This is an excellent place to land this podcast. And so I'll just say a couple of things number one. I had door you. I listen -serily you mid makes me happy to know that you're in this world. It makes me so thing thank you are such a kind man, and you're always been so kind to me, and I I love your emails when I get them and. And I never want to bother you. But I always think to Email you more guy, I wanna bother Henry. But maybe every once in a while you could and also I don't get many. I also say Ron Howard. What the fuck let's get it to your shit together. Is that I don't know what it is. What is movies? He does this kind of. I'm good. You. Are you listen there's an award right there that proves it. Really? Yes. What do you what do you need to do? Like, how long do you have to know a person? Really, right. Forty odd years is not enough. Right. I studio film cult classic comedy. You're welcome. Ron howard. Right. Are welcome. Right. He's used Michael again. I wish people could have seen. The sip of water was such a great comedy punctuation at the end of that sends a no one got to see it. But it was just it was it was flawless. Absolutely flawless. Thank you for being here. Give my best to show. I will give my best year. I'm Sharon, my John Mullane, groggy Mullany. Thank Nick Kroll. And John me is. No. But what's his real Mullany me? I got it. Right. Yeah. Well, technically, I got it. Right. Technically. No, you said Gogi. That's what I was on the way to Mullany you're on your way to Mullany. Yeah. Millennia, but then I can say his name or not. I think he's even knows you'll love it. But I'm very happy that you here in my house and one man show just think about it and crashing the Tonys crashed the thing about it. And the next time I win an award smash it to the ground and say this is getting old. The second one. It's already old 'cause I think you could win again next year the second one did then you just completely rebel. Yeah. They should give you should just swap out a fake EMMY award. Yeah. And then smashed that one to bed just something to think about Henry Winkler. I look forward to seeing you more television. And enjoy your gumdrops everyone. It's true. Brings you bring. Your smiles. Yeah. Comes gumdrops gone Trump a day. You know, they say, that's what doctors for years have been telling really a gumdrops. He thought it was an apple. No, they were dumb. It was a gum drop that gets stuck in your teeth and pulls.

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"john mullane" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"john mullane" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"So I was gonna ask how you processing all this and how you manage stay grounded. And then I have a real question for you about this gen, but but Mike rounded by taking the someway, no sear- under grounded. No. But you know, how are you staying because the right? It's an odd thing you write this show. About trying not to lose yourself. And to remind yourself if your humanity and connecting to your family and doing the stuff that a father has to do in a husband has to do. But then in the process of this this show is sort of like set up to be the most successful endeavor. You've done in many ways, and is a bigger deal and has pushes you even could push one further away. So how do you just saying? How all how you sent the sizing all of this. You always ask the best questions of all of the interviews. I do your questions always like like Pierce mysel-. And that's why I'm taking awhile to answer. Well, part of the reason why the show ended up on Broadway is of course, my producer Kevin McCollum who took a chance on bring it to Broadway, which is a huge gamble. And I hope that he he's happy with that. But a lot of those. To be will Mike Berkowitz who's who's my agent from jump when I was twenty three basically said to me, I don't know you've had anyone be disturned with you in your inner circle before. But I was just gonna do the show off Broadway. And he just he he pretty much yelled at me for about a half hour on the phone. And he goes you've lost your drive. And and you you used to be if you were when you in your twenties, you would have said, no, we're going to Broadway. And now you've lost that. And I'm not gonna let you lose it. And you're gonna do this. And I'm gonna take I'm gonna take care of it. And if if it doesn't work it doesn't work, but we're gonna try. And then the second person. Was I called John Mullane news, a close friend and had just done a Hello on Broadway nights of what do you do you think of this because he had seen the show a few times, given notes and? He goes. Oh, yeah. It's the best thing you'll ever do. You have to do it. You have to do is the best thing you could possibly do. If someone will let you take the show to Broadway you have to. And that was those are the two people. I mean, nj jams board of my brother Joe was aboard of everyone was supportive. But not like, those two people were were for whatever reason like the really urge me, but circling which is great and sort of answers part of it, which is that it wasn't your push to do this. It wasn't the MVP driving wasn't your own ambition driving the bus, but the, but as this is all happening. I thought about how you're going to not allow it to push, you know, how you're going to retain the stuff that you those distinctions you made about yourself how you're going to stay there doing these eight shows night and with everything the swirl that you're in thing, I'm going to retire. Great. So the poetry is gonna float the family for the next little while. That's why people go into it clearly Jato here, we come. We'll just live at Yatta. No. It's I have thought about not doing not writing any more shows. I've thought about maybe just going behind the camera and just directing and sort of disappearing into that. So you're thinking about all that. Yeah. Right. I don't want my daughter to see me as a public person. You don't wanna be on the road all the time either. I don't wanna be on the road. That's one of the special things about doing the shows in New York with my wife and daughter for twelve weeks yet, which is rare. Yeah. A lot of people are like it must be so hard having Mike work every night on Broadway. And I'm just like it's the most we see him because he's usually on the road doing these shows every weekend..

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"john mullane" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

05:46 min | 3 years ago

"john mullane" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"The. Rover dangerfield. We're gonna laugh at. I got a kick out of it. Internalize for second. 'cause like wait that's not a bio pic, but kind of is dog is basically Rodney Dangerfield. That's funny. I like that. Good good for them. I mean, it's not new. One guy voting ten thousand times. No there were different ones. There were definitely different ones. Because maybe maybe he did. But there were so many that that guy spent his whole day so be did shot. The number two, Ken, Jack. See if you guys guess one of my final to think he kid. Very recent, AVI. As recent as last year or this year forget last year. No. I really don't know. What is the movie I led the hate campaign for? Oh, greatest showman. Oh my God. I didn't even think about that greatest showman. Number two, baby. That was just a had to put up there. I didn't have a choice in the matter. Actually. The movie now. No, we don't we have snow further elaboration needed. They whitewashed racist piece of shit. Who was an absolute asshole end one snuck in the teeth of a woman so that she would look older like he's a piece of shit. He sucked seeing this musical whimsical impish, man. And he wasn't he sucked. But the panic at the disco version of greatest shows pretty great, look, no one is here to speak that. Yeah. No. I know you're not I'm. Banal doing that. That's a good pick. Again, you had a bunch of that. I really I really blew trill number two. I give my number two. It was the bait. Yep. It was my number two. It was a mix of the movie spotlight and get out paternal on HBO. Oh, yes. Dupin movie. They tried to make the Joe side. Like get out. He was like freaking out while in the cat scan machine. And then the Sara Ganim side spotlight. Horribly put together no cohesion the characters were laughably bad though. What's his face from all the Star Trek frolic Jj Abrams movie, Greg Greg Grunberg, as Scott Paterno was very funny other than that Paterno fucking terrible movie audience. Number two, Ken Jak there with you J. Edgar. Ship movie number one can Jack. What is it? I think you guys he guests this one. I think you can. I don't know. I'm like, I'm out of Joan blinds. It's another. It's another person. I led a hate campaign against Ansel Elgort. Oh, what did he have a bio pic? All right. I'll give you hit old. Oh, go soli. Solely number one. He crashed the plane. He quest. Bird. He Senator John Mullane either. He crashed the plane. The point folks, I didn't crash it solely Quested. And then everybody goes around acting like he's hero is not a hero. The crashed at the birds. That's awesome. That's actually, really good. It was on TV last night. He was on during the election stuff last night. Solely. Depression of millennials skit snow. I don't know when Jrue he plays injure. What's the Nick, right? Joe help me. I don't think he plays, Nick. Because I think Nick is played by nickel e plays Andrew and as guessing Nichols the other guy. Yeah. Oh, gee, I don't know ghost of Duke Ellington. Billy eichner. Ooh, that's even better, compression. All right number one solely for Ken jet. Good pick trilogy number one. Number one's, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, vampire hunter. Close it out to joke, folk comedy. My is jobs jobs was terrible awful awful movie. And I think it actually hurt the Steve Jobs movie. I think people had a stigma because of how bad the Ashton Kutcher was and then the audience number one Kedah you should be ashamed. True. You had a number five Kendrick. You had to put it on later on the audience had it all along number one Godley. Scrape bic. I can't believe I didn't even think about it again because I'm shocked can't really look at it. I can't look at it like a biography as much look at it like a littering experience. It was like a comedy New York. Respect is traded on the open market like currency. Listen Godley, we lived in New York City or whole life. But everyone has to know that there's five boroughs in New York City, and I'm gonna listen to Staten Island. People forget about that one. All right. Well, that was fun..

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"john mullane" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

05:46 min | 3 years ago

"john mullane" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"The. Rover dangerfield. We're gonna laugh at. I got a kick out of it. Internalize for second. 'cause like wait that's not a bio pic, but kind of is dog is basically Rodney Dangerfield. That's funny. I like that. Good good for them. I mean, it's not new. One guy voting ten thousand times. No there were different ones. There were definitely different ones. Because maybe maybe he did. But there were so many that that guy spent his whole day. So if did shot the number two, Ken, Jack. See if you guys guess one of my final to think thinki- kid. Very recent, AVI. As recent as last year or this year forget last year. No. I really don't know. What was the movie I led the hate campaign for? Oh, greatest showman. Oh my God. I didn't even think about that greatest showman. Number two, baby. That was just a had to put up there. I didn't have a choice in the matter. Actually. The movie now. No, we don't we have snow further elaboration needed. They whitewashed racist piece of shit. Who was an absolute asshole end one snuck in the teeth of a woman so that she would look older like he's a piece of shit. He sucked seeing this musical whimsical impish, man. And he wasn't he sucked. But the panic at the disco version of greatest shows pretty great, look, no one is here to speak that. Yeah. No. I know you're not I'm. Banal doing that. That's a good pick. Again, you had a bunch of that. I really I really blew trill number two. Give my number two. It was the bait. Yep. It was my number two. It was a mix of the movie spotlight and get out paternal on HBO. Oh, yes. Dupin movie. They tried to make the Joe side. Like get out. He was like freaking out while in the cat scan machine. And then the Sara Ganim side spotlight. Horribly put together no cohesion the characters were laughably bad though. What's his face from all the Star Trek frolic Jj Abrams movie, Greg Greg Grunberg, as Scott Paterno was very funny other than that Paterno fucking terrible movie audience. Number two, Ken Jak there with you J. Edgar. Ship movie number one can Jack. What is it? I think you guys he guests this one. I think you can. I don't know. I'm like, I'm out of Joan blinds. It's another. It's another person. I led a hate campaign against Ansel Elgort. Oh, what did he have a bio pic? All right. I'll give you hit old. Oh, go soli. Solely number one. He crashed the plane. He quest. Bird. He John Mullane either. He crashed the plane. Folks. I didn't crash it solely Quested. And then everybody goes around acting like hero is not a hero. The crashed at the birds. That's awesome. That's actually, really good. It was on TV last night. He was on during the election stuff last night. Solely. Depression of millennials skit snow. I don't know when Jrue he plays injure. What's the Nick, right? Joe help me. I don't think he plays, Nick. Because I think Nick is played by nickel e plays Andrew and as guessing Nichols the other guy. Yeah. Oh, gee, I don't know ghost of Duke Ellington. Billy eichner. Ooh. That's even better couldn't pression. All right number one solely for Ken jet. Good pick trilogy number one. Number one's, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, vampire hunter. Close. It out to joke folk comedy is jobs jobs was terrible awful awful movie. And I think it actually hurt the Steve Jobs movie. I think people had a stigma because of how bad the Ashton Kutcher was and then the audience number one Kedah you should be ashamed. True. You had a number five Kendrick. You had to put it on later on the audience had it all along number one Godley. Scrape bic. I can't believe I didn't even think about it again because I'm shocked can't really look at it. I can't look at it like biography as much look at it like a. Littering experience. It was like a comedy New York. Respect is traded on the open market like currency. Listen Godley, we lived in New York City or whole life. But everyone has to know that there's five boroughs in New York City, and I'm going to listen right Right now. now. People forget about that one. All right. Well, that was fun..

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"john mullane" Discussed on The Old Ones with Mike Birbiglia

The Old Ones with Mike Birbiglia

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"john mullane" Discussed on The Old Ones with Mike Birbiglia

"I mean, like it's crazy to think how much how much we are who we were in college. Yeah, and how we've always had to people voting. I go to the performance these. Yeah. Stanton vote college shows where I try to encourage kids to register to vote and I and I say, look, I'm forty year about twenty. You're going to blink in before you're voting for now, is what you're going to be living in future, like I'm your future. Yeah, and that's how I feel like college. I remember really well. Yeah. Well, I remember even you say the thing about walking back from five. Six? Yeah, here's five, six who is who's the director who cast me in the Georgia Dome players? Improv troupe. This, the bring people to speed. Vas a cast me and actually I should give credit. Fair credit assistant director, James Murray? Yes, some impractical, yes. So weird that we were all there at a similar time and then they cast me and then I cast you. And then you cast John Mullane. Yes, John Laney Cass, no one, John. And if. John John Lennon casts a shadow on. He gets a long shadow on the, yeah, when I came to Georgetown a year after I graduated to do a workshop with you guys. Oh, and actually in getting us was Owen Owen Burke? Yes, he was there a few years before us? Yes, in a separate in a separate version of the improv group. But when I came back and this will stick with me for the rest of my life, same thing as as stand up, vote staff, it's like, I remember you saying to me like, there's this guy, John Mullany it's he's the funniest person I've ever met my line. And you didn't. You weren't a hyperbolic communicator, you're you just weren't someone who would say that was very suspicious of that. Yeah. Yeah. I was like, what do you mean? The funniest person you've ever met? Like what in the u. and you literally said he's funny than Baltimore's? Yeah. And I stand by, of course, he is the only guy I know, and but. You had a real premonition about him? Yeah. What was it about him that made you just be knocked on your at? I don't know. I think it was like, well, because I think like, I think you and I knew we, we always liked each other, but there was like some version of competition of something or at least like where I was like, who's like, sounds like it's in your head. But you know it was like this feeling of like we're both funny. We're both have an idea of how this should work. We get along, but also like, you know, I think it was a mutual respect, but also like a healthy sort of a competition, not the right word, but it whatever it was. And when John came listeners a home, I made a film called, don't think twice about an improv group people competitive, but has nothing to do interview nothing. Nothing at all. And I didn't watch that film and and up as a familiarity about any of it when I called you the week came out and offered you. Pardon? You turned up? No, that was unavailable. The name of the person you had offered to before in the chain of the mill. Unbelievable. I can tell you the amount. My wall is casting don't think twice, and I emailed the casting your nose in such a tizzy. And I said, I think Nicole would be great, and I think he would do it because we're friends like we're real friends from life, and then I emailed it to Nick Kroll. It's the classic nobody there CG you see seed me on it, but in a chain of like, who else? Yes, yes, exactly play that. But but anyway, I when I saw John when John and I started working together at Georgia and he was a freshman and I was a senior and I was like, I'm senior. I'm the Big Mac vice now away, but wait. And then I was like in this dude, was just writing jokes and coming up with stuff on the spot that I'm like..

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"john mullane" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"john mullane" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"You hit the nail on the head upset. It was me that pushed myself, but I knew you know something, I love the Lord of family. I love that brand. John Mullane. I'm not part of it and I relate to it creatively anymore. But it is not to say that this was never about homing, oh, being going into competition, see icon. I can't see that brand is my competition because it's part of me, but it was. I didn't need to move on and I didn't want to repeat life. I didn't want to go back. I I don't want to go back. I wanted to move forward and Joe loves the minute. Michael, that packaging writes something happened to me. I started to become find this brave girl that maybe has been inside me. We'll along. I don't know this brave girl that was just like just tight risks. Debbie, both at with it. Everybody agrees with you or likes it, it, it doesn't matter be true to who you are and that that I think when people are building brands and especially when they've got the name attached to it, he it's Paul. Fault of your soul. I remember many is many years ago. One of the best pieces of advice I got was from Winfrey. I went on her show. I was the only Brit there and it was about million dollar businesses. And I remember saying to if you could give me one piece of advice in life, what would it be? And she said, own everything you do stump your identity on everything you do, and that has stayed with me. That was that's probably one of the best pieces of ice business advice I've ever had. And I've tried to stay in a minute. I've air off of that. That's what I make mistakes, say, true to who you are. Allow your soul, you'll personality to come through in your business. That is such a great lesson. I'm so thankful you shared that with us and from Oprah, she I did a show it transform my business, but that what does that do for your business? Like when you go on Oprah? What? What? What changes in the business? Is it an overnight thing? It wasn't quite overnight, but it was a change is we would have coach lights of people during up. The the, you know what? I love about that that that woman though is she's never forgotten. Her roots. She's in have a new, she really is. And she shares that that wonderful commitment to the next generation and that one piece of advice really did did stay with me and it did transform business without an. I think all of the other businesses. I remember the show that we were on there was Jumba juice myself. There was a young girl that created this bike and rack that went into the microwave that might crispy bacon, just thirteen years old. So you know what, what we have to remember is entre preneurs found doesn't of people who come and crack things is the baton of the next successful generation is our responsibilities to hand over an open the doors. It is a responsibility to the next generation. As I, we believe in you just to someone believed in us and it's it's important responsibility to take hold of. Your new fragrance. Joe by Joe loves just came out. This is the first one you've ever named after yourself will you can only do it once? What was what? What led to you naming it after yourself? Because all of your other fragrances over the years. You typically name them after what they're made of. An old probably go back to that. So it was a moment in your life where you this fragrance is about my poss- my presently feature, and I didn't know whether you felt it in your life where they will become one moment. Everything you've learnt, everything.

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"john mullane" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"john mullane" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

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"john mullane" Discussed on The Old Ones with Mike Birbiglia

The Old Ones with Mike Birbiglia

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"john mullane" Discussed on The Old Ones with Mike Birbiglia

"Of the laststanding cultural icons who who meant who meant a fan i remember when i was on the show for the first time i had never been on a tv show like most people and i remember like at the thing that surprised me the most is how close you're sitting to that you're sitting editor at a every like you're really costume and hooker ahead of leans to you like in a he got you're in the chair and he said the desk any liens to you and and he looks just like david lehrman i remember thinking like i could touch 'em should i touch him of it as a nono everything in our but david government tells you like don't touch david yatom at like an i really just felt like oh i could just reach across with my finger an touches face as he bright they'd like i've seen on tv and like look these right here i could just touch him and his face as other like makeup on it like so it looks like you know like a a person would make up at nine hirszon whose real i don't know we you know that i was on the show like five times over the years and i never met him i mean that's that's how strange that experiences q majan going on someone's show five times you don't even meet the person you mean like baggio asian air comes yeah yeah never comes back says hi i do stand up on the show he shakes my hand he's gone i'm gone let's like i am escorted this where he a secret way and it's your idle it's used person you look up to so last year i did a u s so i think it was fiftieth anniversary the uso and it was it was me in jet after tower and john mullane in khorasan schol and his entourage and jon stewart and david letterman and those of people while and there's no and in no bomb putting president pucallpa and joe biden in their wives what the first lady that was this show that you were an yes correct are they going to be coming on the podcast tour.

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"john mullane" Discussed on The Old Ones with Mike Birbiglia

The Old Ones with Mike Birbiglia

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"john mullane" Discussed on The Old Ones with Mike Birbiglia

"Okay uh this is an x is a little bit of an experiment this is mike berbig liam and i have a new tour and it's called the new one going to like fifty cities i'm really thrilled about it i had this idea like why don't i take my five albums and have one episode for each where i discuss it with like an old friend this episode is john mullany one is with jet appetite one is with my brother joe ones with pete homes ones was by way of jan and um and i thought it would be really fun and i i think you guys are really enjoy it welcome to the old ones who boom boom boom herewith median john mullane e one of the americas in the world's great comedians one of my favorites and longtime friend we've been working together for a billion years i've never not done comedy with you involved never i'd no yes you got me started in khamis i've never done comedy without you well again yeah i was looking back at some of those dates what were the core that college oh yeah item interview rail uranga i knew years never dance time that i have been even close to a comedian and not known and so you and i have known each other so long 2000 i'd say right well i graduated in two thousand and i came back started at george jhansi thazan and i came back to do a workshop uhhuh with nick crolles improv group he was a senior and the director of the improper eboni was a freshman and he had just cast me so when he was a freshman we were in the funniest person on campus contest together that's how we met and he always tells the story told on conan about how he sort of miserably lost this thing by had by planting a fake like peeing mechanism that s has his plan for his act was he was going to have a balloon in his path.

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"john mullane" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones

Off Camera with Sam Jones

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"john mullane" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones

"Hey folks him jones here welcome to another edition of offcamera the show where i get to talk to iconic creative curious artists and find out how they got them and this episode i sit down with comic writer and actor nick chrome you don't when someone walks into the studio wearing a fake beard talking about how much he hates artifice what's not to love bright nick has made a career of creating some of the most outreach sleep funny characters in modern sketch comedy if you watched his comedy central series cruel show you've met many of them bobby bottle service for breese for greece the fabulous liz g of publicity and maybe most famously gil fis on who ended up on broadway along with john mullane these george c d glen as the 70yearold out of touch comedy duo in oh hello on broadway and now he's created big mouth the best animated show about puberty your preteen could ever watch in one you will never let them anywhere near but here's the thing it captures one of the most unsettling informative times of our life in a way that's really funny completely relatable and quite disturbing i highly recommend it to adults especially those of us with kids on the verge anyone who says puberty isn't the stuff of high drama is either lying or still waiting for body hair nick was the only one of his siblings not to enter a very successful feminine business what made him try to carve out artistic success on his own terms turns out there's a lot of answers to that question join me for a conversation with one of the most regional mines and comedy unless you love approved home companion then this might not be the episode for you otherwise pulled the chair and in.

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