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FOF # 2874  The First Gay Pride

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FOF # 2874 The First Gay Pride

"Make no mistake about it. STONEWALL was a riot. Windows were broken. Protesters were beaten, and the neighborhood was trashed all to let the police and mob control bars. No, that Queer folks were gonNA. Take it anymore. The following June which has fifty years ago this month, those legendary riots were commemorated with lgbt marches that are now known as the pride parade here in Chicago many different organizations, including the Black Panthers got together to plan the first March now with a lot of black lives matters protest taking place during the. The pride month of June, it's remarkable how we're still struggling with police violence today writer Albert Williams joins us to talk about planning, and attending the first pride March in Chicago, and how it connects with the black lives matter protests happening now listen as we talk about how handsome and probably closeted cops and trapped. Gay Men were cruising pioneering gay plays that shape theater in America and the passing of the illustrious AIDS, activist and playwright Larry Kramer. I'm Fausto for no I'm mark billion, and this is feast of five. Feast of fun is made possible because a fabulous people just like you become a plus member today at feast, dot, com slash, plus access thousands of legendary podcasts or follow us on Patriae on at Patriotair dot com, slash. Of Fun thank you. Hello Hi this Albert Williams. Yes, it is hi. Albert this Fausto and mark from fees to fund. How are you today? Good? How are you guys great? Thank you I'm so excited to talk to you. I've interacted with you for years I know we have yes, and here's back I don't know if you still do this, but you were the theater editor for. For the Chicago reader and a lot of people who are like drag Queens, entertainers and performers for for decades sent you. Their press releases hoping to get featured in your listings, I'm no longer a theater editor of the reader. It's handled by Kerry read, but I still write for the reader and I'd be very well aware of you from from that and beyond. Thank you. Well? I'm so glad that we have an opportunity here to talk about some thing. Really amazing that you took part in which was Chicago's first, Pride Parade Yep yeah. Go ahead. Let's talk about it. I was very. Stone was so instrumental in galvanized the rights movement, but it was like you know the first parade. The people actually had was the next year so nine hundred seventy so right now it's the fiftieth anniversary of whatever you call it. A pry bar March back then, but now we call it the PRI- and so I just wanted to get a feel for what was that like when stonewall had happened? How did you guys gear up for this parade here? Here in Chicago to commemorate that date, I've been thinking a lot about it because obviously with pandemic this year. There won't be a parade at least not in June. I don't know if they're going to try to postpone. One I haven't been paying attention to the organizing that, but as it happens coincidentally, and sadly the person who was in charge of the pride parade, not the first year and I know you WanNa talk about that and get back. That's. that. But but beyond that first year the person who was in charge of it for almost all of its existence up to this year. Was Richard Pfeiffer, and Richard unfortunately passed away in December. I. Think are maybe it was the fall last fall, and this would have been the first parade without him because he was at the first parade, but he wasn't involved with putting it together, and then, of course he'd been running them ever since coordinating the parades over the years would have been the first parade without him and a lot of us for saying to each other. How can we have a parade without Richard Well? It turns out. We're not gonNA. Forget sad. It's really sad. Right and also on the other hand. I I'm also very glad to know that riches last parade and I don't know how sick. He was last June when he organized when he coordinated the last parade. But at least he got to be there. When the first openly gay mayor led, the parade was Grand Marshal, and that was. A really signal. Event in his life and you know made him see what we what we had come to because at first parade of course. And we'll talk about that was very much in part a response, not only to Stonewall, but specifically to the Chicago politics of that time, which were all about Mayor Daley. And the Daley Machine, and how the Mayor Mayor Daley had mishandled of handling communication with the gay community back then, and also, of course, the Chicago Democratic riots in the sixty eight so Chicago had its own unique history of police. Harassment police violence. That would have been SA- different from stonewall, but resonated with Stonewall, so that was why we were. We were very passionate about putting that first parade together, Albert. What is your memories of the stonewall riots? Obviously, we're living in Chicago, but you must have heard about it in the news and your friends and family were talking about it. Was the sense reaction at that time. It's a great question and I'm actually I was not living in Chicago at the time. Of the riots I was off at College at Indiana. University, but that summer of sixty nine living in Denver with my F- my brother's family staying visiting and in Denver, we didn't hear a word about stonewall when it happened but I remember from summer of sixty nine living with my brother. In Denver, was the Moonwalk was the big thing that people talk about it. We didn't really hear anything about Stonewall, so I didn't really hear about stonewall. Until I got back to school like in August of seven, sixty nine when I got back to Indiana University and everybody's talking about it. And so that was when I got got wind of it. and you know it was certainly one of those moments where you say well, it's about time, and while this is really exciting, and it's a it's a step it's this is the first step of. You can't go back from this step where there are people complaining about the riots in reading history books. Books. There were gay rights organizations that felt sure stonewall riots where the wrong direction to take and I didn't know so much about that at the time. I've become very nervous since then that that was exactly what you just said is exactly right. There was already a split developing within what was then called Bahama file movement between people who were more about a moderate. And playing within the system, and then a younger generation, partly inspired by what was going on the black civil rights movement, and in the women's movement and the antiwar anti-vietnam war movement, so this was a pattern throughout the culture of moderation and working with the system versus the system doesn't respond anymore. We have to take more direct action. We have to fight back so there was this already this splinter going on within the the Alma file movement that had happened in fact, they were meeting. There was an organization called North American Committee of Homicide Hulme file, organizations, Neko or Nacho. I'm not sure I'm telling you supposed to announce. Or, Nacho P-. 'cause I wasn't involved in it, but this is what I've come to learn. More over the years that there was a raid on the bar in Chicago recalled the trip. A Gay bar right next door to where pizzeria do is right across the street from Edina Temple, and Neko or Nacho whatever it was called was having its convention there and the police raided it because they were cracking down on the gay community in anticipation of the Chicago Democratic convention sort of like a warm up. That turned out to be a complete disaster for the Daley machine on the daily Police Mayor Daley and for for people that aren't familiar. With the sixty eight convention, there were mass protests mass arrests. There's huge trials happening police file out of police violence well, there was a lot of police violence. Protesters were were gathered initially in Lincoln Park over by the Chicago Historical Society, and then later moved down to grant park, because that was across the street from the Hilton Hotel, which is where the delegates to the sixty eighth Democratic convention were staying, and they were protesting in grant park, and the police way overreacted and cracked with enormous force, teargassing beating heads. And! It was huge over action, and there was a follow up investigation which labeled it. A police riot where the police were were given the blame for turning it from merely I mean arresting is one thing, but it turned into a violent free for all, and in terms of the Organization of Chicago's first pride. Parade historian. John Demilio said that Republicans put so much pressure on daily that. That basically Nixon's concerted efforts to destroy the power of Chicago's dramatic party paradoxically undermined the police, systemic rosman bars, and so you guys were able to march on the sidewalks without any police interrupting you, so let's talk about that. That is very funny and you've hit the nail right on the head. The idea of a pride parade was actually conceived by a former. CHICAGO ON A. A man named Craig Rodwell who had moved from Chicago growing up in Chicago, but had moved to new. York, and in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty seven, well, he had gotten involved in the in the home file movement like I talked about, and he was one of the ones who was arguing for more militants act approach to gay rights, and in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty seven. Seven he founded something called the Australian memorial bookshop, which was I believe the nation's first Queer, a bookstore, not other than erotic material, and in fact, one of the things Craig did was, he did not sell any erotic material any pornography. It was purely a literary bookstore. You sold nonfiction and fiction, but it was you know a legit poster if you want to say it that way. And then in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty nine. The stonewall riots Craig came up with the idea of having a parade or a march to commemorate the anniversary of Stonewall the following summer in nineteen seventy, so that was his idea, but because he was from Chicago. We were very much in touch with him. And so we got the idea spread around the country, but very much to Chicago, and in fact as it turned out the Chicago Pride of the first anniversary out. Sorry, the Chicago stonewall anniversary march in June of one, thousand, nine, hundred seventy, our march was on Saturday the last Saturday of June, which was June thirtieth. I'm sorry I can't remember the date. But which was the last Saturday of June and Craig's march was the following day the last Sunday in June in New York City. Where of course stonewall was, but we beat him by a day. So the first first one was Chicago absolutely right. It was the last Saturday Jim and was there ever a rivalry like between. Activists? I did it. I queen. Well, not only on a friendly level. No, it was funny, but I think the part of the reason we did it on Saturday was because of what you just brought up. Some. Some negotiations with the city of one would be the best way to do it. The city new is we're GONNA. Do this city new? We're going to do it. They didn't however know exactly how it would develop, and so that's part of the story that I'm delighted to recall here. I was part of the group that organized it. What had happened was that in the fall of one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, nine after stonewall, an organization developed in Chicago called Chicago Gay. Liberation it was an example of the new militant focus of gay rights activities in America as opposed to. To the more moderate conservative approach that was being taken by some of the older homa file organizations, and was founded by a well a devolved in response to a graduate student at the University of Chicago named Henry, we moth. May He rest in peace? And Henry placed an ad in the Chicago, Maroon the student newspaper seeking a gay roommate, and that had never been done before he posted a classified ad seeking a gay roommate. Nobody had ever put an ad of that candor into a to the student newspaper before he not only got a roommate, he got a discussion group. and. A bunch of people responded saying I don't need a place to live, but let's talk. And out of that developed Chicago Gay, liberation and I was I was back from college. Living in Chicago I was nineteen years old. I was one of the people who who signed up for that group, and we met at the University of Chicago Church a coffeehouse in that church called the Blue Gargle and we talked about all kinds of things we talked about stonewall. That was really where I learned about stonewall. What had happened the previous summer from hearing these? These people talk about that and how we could use that as a as step forward to future activity. What was your reaction to hearing about stone? While we're? You're like incredulous where you like going. Gosh sounds too good to be true. No, I wasn't incredulous. I knew it happened. It happened and it was already you know by this time. It was in the news like I remember. There was a big article in Esquire magazine that came out in. In December of nineteen seventy, the their end of the year issue, talking about ZANU homosexual and talk about. The image of Gay Liberal Gay militants as opposed to the more conservative suit and tie types that had previously been representing the community from organizations like mattachine. What's interesting? How like the terms for yeah, and the words that we use to describe ourselves are always constantly evolving. It's always interesting to hear in in our current circumstances, people have a hard time accepting words like non binary or Pan Sexual, but at that time period there there was a lot of discussion of whether to use Homa file, homosexual or gay right exactly in fact when the word Homa file was being used by these more moderate conservative establishment groups, they specifically chose. CHOSE HOMO FILE as opposed to homosexual, because they did not want the implication of sex to be so evident. They didn't want that to be used against us because they weren't. This wasn't the sex club. This was a political organization that made sense to do that, but they did it. Specifically believing that the word homosexual would be used against US and nowadays. Nowadays like in this conversation I am referring to the gay movement. If I was being more contemporary, I would say the Queer Movement or I would say the LGBTQ movement, whatever, but back then we called it the gay movement, so for the purposes of this conversation I'm doing that to sort of evoke, but the time was what the conversation was like at. At that time well, let's talk about this flyer that brought almost three hundred people to show up, and it read the first anniversary of gay people telling the warped sick maladjusted puritan. American spell that A. K. Society that they've had enough shit. Yeah, that was it, did you? Did you go get those printed? Did you pass those out? Did you receive one? Yes I well. No, I helped I helped. Put it together if you look at the original Flyer was typed on a typewriter on a manual typewriter. And yes, it had this America was being spelled with a k. like like KKK. In fact. Wow! Year we got him. We got them printed at the Xerox Shop. I guess an past them out. Or maybe they were ditto paper made it. He might have been mimeographed that I don't remember. They were black and white or purple. Purple Purple that were saying they were perfectly right. Yeah, exactly so probably was. DITTO DITTO paper. Yeah, and there was this in colleges. Was this in bars and restaurants, did you? Did you ever give the Flyer to somebody and they're like? Oh, honey, this! This is not. This is not an I. Taste. This is not my style. I. Don't remember doing that. I mean I don't remember getting that response to people. It was I. Think from my perspective. It was mostly college world. It was mostly young people who were either at colleges, or else may be in the hippie movement. They found in October of nineteen, sixty nine, so the fall after Stonewall, I was still a college in Indiana, university then I came back home to Chicago at the end of the year of sixty nine. I'm my first action with congregate liberation after joining up with them and I think I read about them in the student newspapers. was. A protest march in front of the Chicago Women's. Bar Association on February, Twenty Fifth Nine hundred seventy. They were hosting a luncheon with a police officer named John Manley. You couldn't make that name up. I love this story. Yeah, and yeah. I'm presuming you already know the story I. Read It from your article in the reader, but I do want the listeners to hear it so because this is a huge important part of gay liberation. Was something like this right? Absolutely right and I. I think the point. Is that the stonewall anniversary march in June of nineteen seventy was the culmination of a bunch of smaller activities building up to that over the spring of nineteen seventy, and the first one that I participated in any way, and I think it was the first one. Was this protest march outside of the Women's Bar Association of Illinois Sorry Not Chicago Illinois outside their loop headquarters on LaSalle. Street and Manley had been in the news while in the Gay Community News. Because he had been involved in harassing and entrapping gay men in Lincoln Park in sex stings, and the Mattachine Midwest, which was then the only set up gay organization in Chicago Mattachine Midwest had written about him in their newsletter, which was also as we talked about did out. 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 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? 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 University 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 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. And he was fired because he was hitting on female officers and they complained and. He outlived his time. The dinosaur ended up in the in the target as they say, but happened to Manley was that he ended up founding a establishing a private security firm. And so you know, rent a cop basically and some twenty years later in the two thousands. His name popped up in the news again when he was ticketed for impersonating a government official. After he posed as a US maritime service agent to avoid a parking ticket. Wow. What a creep! Interesting. These, bathrooms, things were a huge fight for a lot of people in different cities. We've interviewed people in San Francisco, and even here in Chicago are Gerber Hart Library. You know is named after Gerber and then heart was a heart was the doctor was the lawyer female lawyer who? Would who would defend people who were caught in these kinds of stings, right movie theaters right? Yeah, and so it's interesting as you know, it might be an unsavory thing, but this did help advance lgbt rights. To some degree because they got people forward absolutely well, my my friend, Devlin camp has put out a podcast called Mattachine a queer serial. It started out as being about the history of the Mattachine Society, and now it's expanded to be the evolution of the lgbtq rights movement over the next decades, 'cause the Mattachine Midwest. The side of the Mattachine society was founded in L. A. in the early nineteen fifties and Devlin's podcast is tracing how that launched modern LGBT chew civil rights activity over the years. It's part of a larger history nationwide history that eventually led to A. A fairly established, but as we say Homa file, movement, fairly mainstream work within the system system, and then in the nineteen sixties when things started getting radicalized and more militarized in the areas of civil rights, black rights women's rights, the LGBTQ movement evolved into a more militant place as well. It seems there's always been this discussion happening within our own circles, lgbtq people, yes, about how we present ourselves to the world how we relate to each other, and what exactly we're fighting for right, and it seems like every year for every single pride parade. There's a discussion on. Whether! There's a social event a marketing event, a political rally, a political march right, so let's talk about the first pride parade going back to where we veered off the conversation of before what happened was and I. Think one of you said it attracted about three hundred people. Actually I must disagree. There's only about one hundred and fifty of us. It is very small it met at as I was, it was as I, said not a parade, and you mentioned that it was a march, which meant we didn't have cars. We didn't have floats. We walked on the sidewalks not in the street. we allowed to walk on the sidewalks. There was only about one hundred and fifty of us, and we had police. Protection A few cops hung around on the sidelines. Making sure we were not harassed. Also making sure that we didn't try to do anything more than we had agreed, we would do so. They were there to manage the situation, but they weren't harassing us. They were protecting us and they were guiding. Stay was shepherding I. Guess I would say. We gathered in front doug. How Square which was of course famously Cruzi Park? It's a it's formerly known as Washington. Square and it's right across the street from the Newberry Library. We gathered there my particular job by the way I think. I mentioned that I had gone to Indiana University, and then I had left school. Come back to my home in Chicago, but I was involved in in arranging for a busload of kids from Indiana University all the way down in Bloomington Indiana to come up for our parade or March. So. We inflated the numbers, so that's. All, that's where the three hundred comes from. Not another this Sparta, their says pride March. You know exactly right it was. It was fun we saw. We gathered at Bughouse Square. There was some speeches. 'CAUSE bughouse square is a free speech area, but also bughouse square was known as being at night, a cruising area and there was, and this goes back to what you were talking about a minute ago. About how the conversation within the community about how we present ourselves to ourselves how we behave, there was a real faction within the Gay Community of saying that par cruising is an example of guilt and furtive and we should. Reject that and so hopefully this March at bughouse square will marcus symbolic ending of nighttime anonymous crews. Nice traveling us a nice. Try Right, exactly what happens, though was that are march, then went over to the water tower place yeah. Not which not the mall, but I mean to the historic water tower so there at the corner of Michigan and Chicago Avenue. And then we were supposed to break up. That was all supposed to be just a march down over downtown street over to Michigan Avenue and that was supposed to be. We decided to keep going. And we decided to walk down a we passed. Of course. This was a Saturday and I just realized. I mentioned before that. We were on a Saturday, so we beat. The New York March by day right? One of the reasons we chose Saturday was because we knew that our march was going to take us past. Holy Name Cathedral. and. We didn't want to get involved in a showdown with the church. Or, with a or with her, causing traffic problems for people who are going to be going to church on Sunday on to Sunday mass, so that was one of the reasons that we chose Saturday. we then ended up at Michigan and Chicago. And decided to keep going, and we just walked on down Michigan. Avenue, all the way to the bridge, then walked over wacker. Drive up to. Whatever, it would be the Wabash I think. And maybe Clark and then walked into the set the Civic Center Plaza, which is now called Daley Plaza. And so march very spontaneously took got extended. Shall we say and the cops join us? They walked with us. They were not happy about it, but they didn't WanNa. Create problems. And so they walked alongside us, we were very careful of not disrupting traffic. People noticed us, but they don't think they took it very seriously because there were signs saying you know we're you know gay power, Gay Pride and gay is good and we're here. We're queer all that kind of stuff, stonewall fifth, stonewalled plus one. Etc.. But no rain, thanks. There no rainbow flags back then they would have been a lambda A. Merchandiser mark like there was a you know somebody standing by the side of the road selling, t shirts, sticker or something like that. I don't remember I must say. Do you remember? Do you recall the first rainbow flag and I was GONNA? Say I don't remember when the Rainbow Flag was introduced not not for a decade. I think in lights the mid to late seventies. What was the atmosphere like for like when you guys were were marching where people were looking, and they did the get it or. Did you have anybody like protesting against you guys know. We had no nobody protesting against us and I mainly remember some kids like teenagers, young teenagers on their bicycles, following along from the side because I thought we were funny. So they were just like following along for the for the curiosity of it I'm sure that some shoppers as we walked by them, where would give us a second look, but you know people out shopping on Michigan Avenue, on a Saturday and Michigan Avenue I should point out back. Then was not nearly as high end as it is now was much more of a middle-class retailer. Because back, then the big down to the big shopping area and Chicago was still the loop Michigan. Avenue was not what it has become. With all the flagship stores and right. In, the starbucks wrote and all that kind of stuff now I have seen a little bit of video footage from it and I think I don't remember exactly where I thought. Maybe it was on youtube or something but I did see. Vernita Gray, who is a longtime local of lgbt rights activists? Unfortunately, she died a few years ago. like. Besides you who else is still around? You guys ever like. Sit around and reminisce about like what that first parade was like or do you think you're going to take to the streets again? I mean. Well I don't know about taking to the streets again. I mean as I say that the first march was a stonewall anniversary march. It was a political event was a political. It was entirely political. He was not re commercial as we've talked about. The parade has become, nor was it politicians who would have stayed as far away from it as they could background, so it not politicians seeking. Seeking votes It was a one time thing that we saw had potential for being developed, but we also realized that in order for it to develop it needed to be in an area where we could have more control over it, which meant taking it into our neighborhood, which was the what what we would now call boys down back then we called it. lakeview or new town. It's funny. 'cause there's recently been a new group of people talking on facebook. About Newtown Newtown was created new town because it was obviously a response to town, and it was from basically diversity to. Addison along Broadway and Clark. Street, and that was our neighborhood. We call the Clarkin diversity. Not right it's beautiful. It is well. It became a shopping mall. Now, it's so sad they pay. Put up a parking lot. And that's why we moved it back up north. And then also headed the on Sundays instead of Saturdays and that's when the the first year was a stonewall anniversary march, but ever since then it became a pride parade. So the I pry the first stone, Walmart's that I remember you mentioned for Nita Gray of course the only person that I'm still in touch with who was there in Nineteen, seventy was is Gary Chester. Who I know you've been in touch with and who donated some of his memorabilia. His is materials. His t shirts in his flags to the Gerber Hart. Library exhibit on stonewall plus Fifty last year. the person I remember speaking most at the rally there was a rally as I say at the beginning at buck. How Square and then at the end of the March we ended up in in Civic Center Plaza and there was a rally there again for gay rights, and there was a speaker there, and his name was Bill Kelly and bill was. Ended up becoming a real leader in the you had already been involved with Mattachine Midwest. He ended up becoming very involved in this group that split out of Chicago J. Liberation. which is called the Chicago Gay, Alliance, and but he passed away a few years ago Sadly, Richard Pfeiffer as I mentioned who. The first he was at the first march, but he wasn't part of it. He sort of he was in the closet, and he was sort of watching from the sidelines. He was totally freak out. But then he got involved, and he ended up becoming the coordinator of the prayed for all of us years, since then, and that's was forty some forty nine years forty eight years. From nineteen seventy-one all the weight you last year. Then he passed away and it's very sad in terms of Richard's contributions to organizing the pride parade. Seems kind of odd that this is one. You know very humble meek, guy. was dedicated his whole life to organizing the parade year after year. And Can. Can you sort of give me some insight into why that happened that way, and was there under kind of like resistance to having an individual being in charge as opposed to a team or group of organizations, so you raised some really important questions. And I would yes What happened was the first march was organized by Chicago Gay Liberation This, was the group that I was part of Gary Chester was also part of it. It was a group that was based at the University of Chicago. It had been founded as a result of Henry weaned off this Grad, student, placing an ad for gay roommate in Maroon newspaper The parade, the whole spring of nineteen seventy, leading up to the parade was a series of activities including the John Manley protests. That I told you about and also picketing of gay bars that would not allow same sex dancing. Because not because there was a law against it, but because there was the possibility of the police, coming in and accusing it of not just being dancing, but everything sex. and. footloose in some ways it's. So hard to conceive of dancing being. Taboo or prohibited in Iraq Right At in you're wanting a Kevin Bacon to show up and. Well we picketed some gay bars and. Just put enough heat on them that they. They really were happy to to Released to start at letting dancing happen. They would actually be happy for that because what bring in more customers. But. They had to sort of convince their. Their money was from the mob. They were fronts for the mob. And so the mob had to be convinced that it was more less trouble to let dancing happened then to not let dancing happen. we also get Chicago Liberation, organized a series of dances at the University of Chicago because dances on college campuses were protected. Because they came or the supervision of the of the campus police. So that's actually where the first dances were happening at the University of Chicago, and then over at the University of Illinois Chicago. You I see and also at northwestern university. But then Chicago Gay Liberation helped organize what I believe was the first. At least of a post of the modern times the first gay dance on a public property, which was a dance on April Eighteenth Nineteen, seventy, a public dance at the Coliseum the Chicago calcium was a had was a sports arena and political arena. It's been torn down since then but it was it was. It was a city property, and so therefore we were coming under the. Supervision of the operation, the operation of the police the Chicago police. And this dance attracted about two thousand people. Wow, which well. That's a lot the place it looks really small, because the the Coliseum could handle about twenty thousand. Okay, it was where like a Republican conventions have been held there and. There's a great story about the the dance. The police were saying. If you have this dance, we're going to bust it. We're going to arrest people for public indecency. ETC, etc.. We found out that the. The venue, the Chicago calcium required an insurance policy for events being held there and no insurance agent would cover us, but finally we found one broker would sell us a policy for that event. Was a black insurance company that had ensured the nation of Islam's annual convention at the same venue. and. The about two thousand people showed up to dance. and. There was also a line of lawyers. Gay and lesbian lawyers. A woman named Rini Hanover was was one of the major lawyers and the police did show up, and they came in, and they looked around, and they saw that we're dancing. We were having a good time, but there was nothing happening. That was really a problem. They also saw that there was only two thousand of us in this huge space, and then they saw the lawyers with their little notepads ready to go. And they said the hell of it and they walked out. And that's when we broke the back of the end. Any N. T dancing policies at public events in Chicago for same sex dancing I remember I. think it was I was at Clarkson. Clark's which is an old four o'clock bar here. Jerk Haga that close, and I think there's a few people dancing and they were told you can't have more than three people dancing in a bar or something like that at four and. They're like. Okay. You know bars have all sorts of weird rules and the liquor laws are very strange, so you never know. I also had like two pool tables, and they had to get rid of one because they didn't have a license for two. It's like it's all very complicated. Clarkson. Clark is now the site of a marijuana dispensary. It sure is yeah, and that's that's what's so interesting is like all these landmarks of evolve and change and kind of a reflection of the Times you know I feel like we really just scratched the surface, but I'm curious to hear about your. Awareness of the dynamic arc of history, and all the crises and challenges facing now in contrast to what you've seen the evolution of Chicago's pride parade. Let me you had you had asked me about rich pfeiffer and about the prayed over the over the decades. I will say this. Rich fight for became the coordinator of the Gay Pride Parades initially as a member of Chicago Gay Alliance what happened with the University of Chicago gave liberation was that it split up? It's split up and I. think that this does respond to your your later questions. The the the movement started splintering into different subgroups, some of whom saw gay liberation or gay rights as being part of an intersectional movement involving Political leftist politics socialism, certainly civil rights. You know bowl racial civil rights movements of Women's liberation etc, and then there were others who wanted the focus to be purely on gay rights movements, so that people who had different politics on other issues could still work together for gay civil rights. South, there's been a lot of back and forth lot of splintering within the movement over the decades one tha, one focus of that has been the role of the police You know the stonewall riots obviously were a resistance against police harassment, and therefore you could say that the stonewall anniversary March which then begat. The the Gay Pride Parades were a celebration of resistance against police, but at the same time from the very first stone. Stone will anniversary March. We worked with the Police Department to make sure we were safe, and that we were also not infringing on the safety of the rights of others who also wanted to use the streets certainly the parades gathered seat steam, and expanded to two million people, or whatever it was last year netting and a half people over the years. The police department has been very involved with that also the gay pride parades. Attracted a new group of people openly. Out LGBT police officers. Again let Jane Lesbian Officers League. And they are have been in the march. Sometimes they have led the march, or at least been one of the leading groups in the march. and Richard pfeiffer always worked very closely with the police department to make sure that the event was safe and protected and well run. And then there are people who even now. Criticized that they say that there's no rule. There's no room for police in the PRI- rates. And this year May June of twenty twenty. That would have been I think an especially controversial issue with what's going on with police brutality in Minneapolis and elsewhere. and. I think it may be a fortuitous thing that because of the corona virus. There's not going to be a pride parade this year. That helps us avoid that that other particular controversy. Maybe that's for the best well. To be, they're embracing it. They're canceling. Their pride prayed and sang instead. We're going to have a black lives matter parade. Stanford I think is absolutely right, but I mean he I don't even know they can have a parade in this unless everybody's going to be wearing a mask I just don't know how that's going to play out in Chicago, coach. that. I do foresee I think we're GONNA. See some intersection -ality this month. Especially because I don't see that these protests. Even, though at the at the time of this recording off four officers involved in the George. Floyd, murder have been charged with something. But I have now been charged the others. The others have now been charged with banquets. Something I didn't know that up. Yeah, I think just it just happens breaking. News. And so and so but I. do think that you know we are going to continue to see pros probably up until the election and perhaps. The election and so I think we're GONNA see There's definitely going to be some rainbow flags at a lot of these black protests. March this month we'll share in political. Political Conventions are always a magnet for political protests. So who knows what is going to be a convention this this summer again with the COVID virus but if it is, it's certainly going to be a doozy. Part of it as always, there's a there's an attempt to discredit these progressive movements and these protests because the protests work. So in terms of you know if you really WANNA put. Water on that fire of change you know, Lambda literally means is a symbol for fire. Yeah that's right. Yeah, and and so in terms of putting water on that on that fire of change, a good way to do that is to draw a lot of attention if how dangerous and scary and Violent. These these protests are to discourage people from going to them, but also to see them as some type of. Air Responsible. Violent illegal act when it really is American citizens standing up for their rights. Right well I think we began earlier talking about the Democratic convention here in Nineteen Sixty eight and how that sort of paved the way for the STONEWALL, anniversary March here of nineteen seventy, because we really were not just talking about when we organize the march nineteenth in June of nineteen seventy. We were not just talking about stonewall. We were talking about what was going on in Chicago what had recently gone on in Chicago with as I mentioned the Democratic convention, Rights Sixty Eight. Eight also the murder of Black Panther leader. Fred Hampton Mark Clark in nineteen, sixty, nine by police and also the Chicago conspiracy trial of nineteen, sixty nine Ian, which some of the organizers of the antiwar protests at the convention of Sixty, eight were put on trial a show trial under the Nixon Administration Abbie Hoffman Jerry Rubin those guys, and then that turned out to be a complete disaster on all the chargers ultimately thrown out because of prosecutorial male he's in. Terms of is intersectional I'm. Analogy is very much a part of this. Go ahead and and you know I. Don't WanNa. Leave without touching a little bit about your amazing contributions to Chicago Theater history. I mean you're somebody who seen so many amazing shows you've seen theater evolve and change and. The rise of performance art in the as a response to the crisis and you've seen yes. Ticketed boys in the band when I came out. I wrote about the boys in the band when it first came out. I've written I have written about that In fact, I mentioned mattachine. Midwest the organization that was homa file organization that ended up sort of dissipating as a result of the development of the Chicago Congregate Liberation Movement, and then the Chicago. Gay Alliance there. The the National Road Company of the boys in the band came to Chicago at the end of nineteen, sixty nine. The play opened off Broadway in nineteen, sixty eight, there was a national touring company that came to Chicago in December of one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, nine and that. That production of the mattachine Midwest bought a block of tickets for the opening night of that roadshow, which played at the studebaker theatre in the fine arts building downtown. and. By that time the Chicago Gay community was very aware of the play they had already most of them had read the play most of them had. Heard the original cast. Recorded album spoken word album of the play. The movie had not yet come out, but people knew the play and so that. Show opened up in December of Nineteen sixty-nine. If the studebaker and the opening night crowd laughed, not only laughed at the right place as they laughed at the wrong places, they laughed before the punch lines landed because they knew what was coming. They talked back to the actors. It was like a rocky horror picture. Show experience. Iraqis ended still has performed over a rocky horror picture show and There's this line here. Herald is the the very. Salty. yes, main characters coming to celebrate his birthday and all. Pandemonium this breaking loose, he says. As he opens the door. Has Friend Michael says to him Harold you're stoned. You're late. You're supposed to arrive at this location. At eight thirty dash nine o'clock, and then herald turns around, and says what I am. Michael is a thirty two year old ugly parked Mark Ju- Ferry, and it takes me a little while to pull myself together and smoke a little grass before I got. Got The nerve to show my face to the world. It's nobody's Goddamn business, but my own. And how are you this evening? Right people squeal with delight at the outrageousness and camp. Valley of that moment he also laughs at the. There's a fight on the on the fight and people have been fighting, and he starts laughing and Michael says. What are you laughing about? Any says life. Life Sa- God Damn Laugh Riot. YOU REMEMBER LIFE! We were saying those words along with the actor when he said the. And it was terrible. The thing is that it was funny, but the actors on stage were not prepared for it at all, and I think ours was the I. Think was the first major city that they have played on their tour. And years later I met the actor who played herald in the touring production. And I said I was there that you're opening night? And he rolled his eyes. He said that was the worst experience in this game, and he said I must the worst experience of my acting career Oh because I felt terrible i. It was. As as Queer people, we have this amazing ability to transform trash into treasure and boys in the band was a very difficult show at the time because it really unapologetically put all our demons all our relationships. Are Racism out there for the world to see and we didn't even loved ourselves unconditionally. How could we? Could we let other people judge us like that? That's a play which ends you you. You've described that beautifully Fausto. Perfectly really is he? Put our demons on the stage. He didn't apologize. But. He didn't try to smooth it over either. He puts the racism on the stage. He puts the role playing on the stage. He puts the Bush Fam- hostilities on the stage and He puts all the self hating. On the stage and then at the end of the play. The character who has the is the. Host of the Party, and who has instigated the the nastiest activity of the evening. He says if only we could learn not to hate ourselves. Sir Quite so very much. and. That was the essence of stonewall. Did you see the immersive experience at the Chicago Windy City playhouse and me as somebody who was not in that time period allies have this kind of romantic or You. Know the desire to wonder what it was like to hang out at a gay manse loft and new. York City and get drunk and fight with your friends and Cook for sex and. I mean to some degree. You had that experience what? I did when you were in the reliving that experience to some degree, the windy city playhouse immersive experience. Did it feel authentic? Did it feel like Disney ride of your own life? I wouldn't call it a Disney, right? But I would feed. Yes, it was very authentic. It was very well done it was as authentic as it could could've been What did you? What did people not understand about what it was like to go to a gay man's House Party and have some drinks and food. LASAGNA's right whether they. And and fights inevitably broke out, but also you know a lot of love, a lot of lot of community. A lot of walls were broken down as well. I think. They got a perfectly actually. I think the only thing. It didn't have and this is something that I felt and maybe other people who were there originally might have noticed it, but I can't blame anybody for this was that it didn't have the context of that time. I mean that is a play. That is is very much of its time, which was nineteen, sixty eight. It's also a strongly well enough written play that it does endure. It does sustain as I wrote about in my Chicago reader view in that sense I would compare. Compare, it to the normal heart, which is also which was written in one, thousand, nine, hundred five, which is a direct response to the AIDS crisis, and which you can see it today, and if it's a good production, which there was a very good production here by timeline theater about five years ago, it still has the play is strong enough that it's still endures, and it still resonates, but also if you're not in that moment, you can't quite appreciate the extra theatrical context. that. It was part of you simply. Can't Larry Take passed away? And I was thinking about that. I was thinking that it was such a wonderful casting. They cast the Hulk Mark Ruffalo, the HBO production of the Normal Heart because I've always said Larry. Kramer's secret just is just like the hulk. He always angry. Yeah he is. I didn't see the HBO version of it. But that that's very funny. You know I. I was the organizer one of the organizers. Of the very first performance of anything from the normal heart in Chicago. In, one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, five win. The play was running off. Broadway in its initial production, which starred Brad Davis. And the Co Star was a young actor named Don Moffett who was from Chicago was a member of Chicago's remains theater company. But. He was working in this play. This production Broadway at the public theater in New York and I was one of the organizers of group called the Bescot. Ho Miller Fund which raised money to give then to Chicago theater artists dealing with AIDS to give them direct financial assistance, not grants, but just cash to see them through. That organization that fund I mean is now administered by season of concern, which is an organization. I presume you're familiar with the listeners familiar with. but this was how she's concerned. Started and on May Thirteenth One, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty five. We held a benefit for the Biscardi Miller Fund at Second City. It was a performance of variety show. Really some bands played the second city comedy troupe performed, and then the climax of the evening was a performance of a scene from the normal heart, the famous milk cartons scene in which the hero. The Larry Kramer character comes back home and finds his lover sitting on the floor, having dropped a carton of milk and not able to get up. He so sick from AIDS. And We got Larry, Kramer to give us the rights to do that procedure. Because of the play was still running off Broadway. You know under. Tight control, but Larry granted us the rights to that scene free as a sort of a hint, a glimpse of the normal heart and Don Martha the Chicago actor, who was playing the the lover in the brought the off Broadway production flew home for that night. It was a Monday night and his remains theater colleague Gary Cole- Played The character who is based on our clearly Kramer himself and they learned the scene Fan asked Gary learn the scene fast, and they did it, and it was. It was pretty stunning. We had about six hundred people in the second city. Space, which only seats three hundred twenty. Yeah, we We promptly broke fire codes, and when I asked the producer of second city whose name was. Joyce Sloane I said what happens to the fire department comes. She said well. Tell them it sold out and they can't get in. Brilliant absolutely brilliant Albert. We owe so much to you and some extraordinary people who created a foundation and a community. Where we live our lives today and you and You know this podcast itself. From. These musical variety shows that we were doing in the late nineties and early two thousands called freely. Really rules yes. Yes, I, remember your listings. I remember the Pharmacist Fausto Feast of Fools. I didn't realize that that's what this podcast from. Yeah, we. CAST as a as a way, it was actually a marketing attempt because it was so expensive and difficult to remind people to come see these shows, and and part of it is what I like to explain to. The listeners is that? In the in the height of the AIDS crisis there was an urgency for people to have their voices heard. And it was very difficult to rent out a theater and have a play a one man show. In the way of Marlon Briggs tons on tied or Pomo Afro homos Karen Finley. Tim Miller and these kind of individuals that was very eager. Larry Steiger's another one right, so what a Lotta people started doing is having these kind of fundraisers or one night events where twelve or fifteen artists split the time, and did the short kind of performances in order to sort of have their voices heard and to be seen to reach out and build community, and that's where we came in, and this is where we are today. I remember your shows very well. I remember your shows very well, and you know Chicago is the. Place for the very first quote, Unquote AIDS play was produced We all talk about the normal heart as we just did. As being the seminal play written in one, thousand, nine, hundred five, which was the big turnaround year for AIDS when testing became available and win rock Hudson died and suddenly middle. America started really becoming aware of it, even though Reagan still couldn't bring himself to mention the name. But actually two years before that in one thousand, nine hundred eighty three ball, non-equity theater company in Chicago called Lionheart gave theatre had produced a play, but it was a one man play, so the reason I thought about it. Fausto because what you were just talking about solo performances. It was what we call a mono drama. It's just a dramatic monologue about ninety minutes long. About a man spoken by a man with AIDS and it was called, it was called one. And he talks about his life and the play actually got covered in variety and in of all places. USA Today newspaper. As being the first AIDS play in American theater. Because Chicago is after all the leading city of of American Theater and of course, there's this wonderful play called jerker or also alternatively called the helping hand. Sarrebourg Chesley and this is a I. Love the premise of this one. And this was one of those early plays. It was the wrong phone call. That led two men connecting very deeply, and so the whole play is basically two men on stage, talking on the phone like we are right now are three men. You Know Jack Drifters a wonderful play. It was written by Robert Chesley originally as a radio drama so that it was only play for ears, and it's about two men conversing. On a wrong phone call at the phone sex call, but then it becomes just an it becomes a love affair, and tragically the play ends with the one man is sick with AIDS. Man is not and the last phone call is never answered. From the man who's not sick to the man who is sick, it goes to voicemail or to an answering machine and what happened was that? The play was written for radio. It was played on leave. Public Radio in Los Angeles which is where Chesley. And it was banned because it used to obscenity profanity. In Chicago Bailiwick repertory produce it as a stage production, so they had to actors onstage nude. Talking to each other. And scandalous. Scandalous! There was. Okay. That was the first one, but then eventually they kinda caught on that like the the notoriety of these kind of scantily clad plays. Helped to sell tickets, and so there was naked boys singing. So you to. This, time it's personal. I have to say the production of Jerker by repertory took place at the Jane Addams. Hull House Center. On thirty to twelve north Broadway and Bailiwick had a primetime shows, and then they had late night shows and Jerker was the late night show and the prime time show was a play called incorruptible. It was an epic historical trauma about Robespierre and the French Revolution, and it was a large cast, big costumes and the act. One of the actors in the cast was a a a man named Scott. I'm blanking I'm Scott Lowell. Scott Lowell, who later went onto star on TV in the TV series queer as folk. But but Scott is straight. And he told me that they would perform their three hour epic historical drama with big costumes and a big cast. To a largely empty theater like there was twenty four people on the stage, and maybe six people in the theater. And then because you know not, every play draws well, not that it was a bad play. It was a very good play, but you know. Not just not what people are interested in, I guess, and then they would leave the theater ten pm, and he'd see a line down the block down the stairs all the way down Broadway waiting to get in for Jerker and has Scott told me he said Ma. Lowell didn't raise no dummy. Intense so when he was offered a chance to appear in queer as folk, he said absolutely. Sorry Yeah. Terrence McNally, did you know that turns mcnally dating my mom and high school? Class giving. ED I. Had A relationship with the woman playwright Wendy Wasserstein yes. Yes, absolutely and so a lot of the characters in Corpus Christi are based on Terence and my mom's friends from high. But what's really? Fascinating story is the so my mother invited terrence one time to come to Austin Texas and for Performance Art Suare her living room. Me and my friends. A lot of us were. oddballs and quirks and Weirdos performed for tarrant and his friends, and my mother's friends in her living room, and afterwards terrence was like very impressed to what I was doing, which was basically, it was a hybrid of diamant. Go Laws and Priscilla Queen of the desert. And that inspired him to write the character of Hormone Ford Knauss, and Love Valor and compassion, which has never it has. Nothing to do with me like no, but that's a lovely lovely story it's. Funny Story and I what I saw in you know as as a gay person growing up with terence coming. My mother moved to Puerto Rico, and Terence kept their friendship afloat, writing letters to each other all throughout their lives, and my father was always like. Were you still talking to this guy all these years later, my mother's. Trying to explain to my dad in the nineteen seventies eighties. Know, her best friend from high school, grew up to be this really magnificent playwright and gay man living in New York and so for me. Coming out as gay was was more. Wanting to define myself as different from terence in a Lotta ways, it was like. You know it made it easy to come out as gay, but it also like sure I'm not like him. I'm me, you know. I think for a lot of like young people today you know they're looking to have their voices defined on their own terms, and and have their own stories told, and and in ways you know it's great to see young people sort of like taking the helm and defining what our community is, and what words we use to describe ourselves. Yeah, absolutely right and we do have to follow the changes. There's you know there was a lot of argument about the word, a singular plural singular pronoun they but then the the dictionary said it's Legit, so get over it. Going to celebrate pride yourself now that you're I mean. We're all KINDA INDOORS RIGHT? I will be curious to see how it how it develops I mean by by the end of June who knows who knows. And if there is a pride parade, but it becomes a black lives matter parade instead I'll certainly be there. At Oh I wonder what merchandise will be selling. Won't be skittles. Being tossed out a floats in the. I if there's going to be anything that is going to be in an impromptu kind of you know protest march. It's GonNa in many ways return to its roots, but also to have a a new focus you know and really concentrate on. You know that intersection analogy. On the intersection Elodie Rights, exactly right? What happened in Minneapolis so horrible? But then the response of to by the government was also horrible I. Mean we're living in? Absolutely unprecedented times with the trump presidency, the trump presidency coming as a backlash against the Obama presidency, which is really what it was. which what it is I mean he only got elected. Because of there are enough people who could not comprehend and could not accept. The reality of a two-term black president elected with a popular majority twice. They simply could not accept it and. Then fought tooth and nail. They fought tooth and nail against it. They I get very upset by this. Because I watched from twenty eight to two thousand sixteen kids who are now, my students I teach Columbia. College Chicago, so kids who are growing up in the Obama. Years are now. My students on my alumni who had their hopes of. Change and hope. Systematically thwarted. By a group of reactionaries in in Congress and in politics as well as then around the country. Consciously, not merely opposing Obama but consciously trying to steal from. The Youth of America what? Obama. Represented and promised. And this is the price. We're paying for it the reason you see so many. Young adults now? People haven't talked about this, but you see all these young adults now protesting and people have commented about how these are not just black crowds or multiracial crowds, very diverse crowds these are the young adults who grew up as children under Barack Obama's presidency, and watched him, and how well he behaved himself and conducted himself as president, but also watched how his opponents not merely resisted him, which part of politics, but tried to destroy him tried to. Impeach him tried to undermine him, tried to take away his hope and change message tried to take away obamacare. Weren't just attacking Barack Obama. They were attacking, but they were attacking a whole generation of kids growing up and paying a lot more attention than people think about. Quoting another famous gay playwright. Careful the things you say children will listen. That's in the woods. That way too much into the world's. Steven SONDHEIM's. This. Albert. It's so good talking to you you're. I. I'm deeply moved by sharing these stories and your contributions to gay lgbtq culture and theatre everywhere and in Chicago, and it's a real pleasure chatting with you. Today me to likewise. I I've always followed your work so strong and. I love the idea of the podcasts. So thank you. It's been great time of course and please come back again sometime. I feel like we just scratched. The surface really could talk about theater with you for our. Whether you've got my number. Call anytime. WHOA 'cause. You know all the stories. All the T- all the dirt of the. I'll the flowers I never heard that one I just made that up right now because. It's not just the dirt. It's also the stories of heroism and and beauty and transcendence. Plays the flowers during out of it I liked it. That's great. Yeah, because sometimes like there's shows that we don't know about or don't remember and it's like those shows influenced. And shaped the world we live in today, and you know surly boys in the band. was you know led to do the rocky horror picture show you know Dr Franken Furhter is in some ways a parody of Harald's character. And We? Have all these great things if it wasn't for those people like you and Mark Crawley and and all them who lay the foundation for the world that we live today? But you know I grew up in the sixties, and by the time the boys in the band came out which was nineteen, sixty eight. my experience, my introduction to gay culture at actually been, Gore Vidal and his novel, the city and the pillar, which came out in a revised edition in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty five, and it was the the first novel. In Amar in modern American literature, originally in one, thousand, nine, hundred, forty, six, I believe. That accurately candidly depicted as we talked about with the boys in the band warts and all the reality of gay life in America at that time. It's a wonderful book, not a Happy Book and certainly not a book that gives you. Feel good proud images of gay characters, but it's a very powerful novel and. It happened to come out again in a revised edition just when I was fifteen years old, so it made a big impact on me. Copy of it. I found it at a bookstore angry at a at a newsstand newsstands to sell cheap paperbacks as well as magazines and newspapers. And I knew Gorka. Dolls name. At ironically I knew Gore Vidal by name because of a play he had written. That's much more family friendly called. Visit to a small planet which I had seen in community theater so I knew his name and pick up the book just because I knew his name I. Suddenly I was the right age, and the book was the right time, and it was. Oh. Wow, this is very interesting. It's a it's sort of an expose story of a of a young man who. his his his journeys through gay life. In America before and during and immediately after World War Two, so it's not really autobiographical, but it's certainly based on. Vidal's own experiences. Own. Me that you'll come back on the show and talk. Meantime Myra Breckenridge What was they thinking? That's a great book. It's. Very interesting! Show so we get people cake hungry. I really time you on. We are just scratching the surface. There's so much good stories to be shared here anytime. You Want Albert. Thank you so much for joining us today. Thank you. Albert's okay. We'll go pretty soon. We're going to work on it and see where it goes. Maybe not tomorrow shore, or maybe like wow, Monday's show or something. We're not really sure. Well tastic Albert. Where's a good place for people to connect with you if they want to her instagram facebook twitter. Do you do those kinds of things? I'm on facebook tells Karen All, right? Yeah, there I'm one of the few people I know who posts for the public, not just from my friends Posting a lot lately about about trump A very. It's very frightening. It's very frightening I. really do feel like like. We're in the world of the musical cabaret. There are some definitely some elements of that kind of stuff I'd like to think that we're in the sound of music. That's no better fausto. We. Can you know climb? Every Mountain Ford every stream follow rainbow. Trio. We're going to climb the. What are we GONNA do client we'd. Like Michigan go to Canada. Come on! That's what they did in the handmaid's tale. You know I heard Canada. Alberta. Through this! We will get through this I think I totally agree. was today with you? We will get through this together. We will get through this Albert. Thank you so much for talking to us. Thank you. bye-bye care by. Albert Williams lives in Chicago Illinois. You can follow him on facebook through his name Albert Williams. We'll put a link in the show notes. What was so fun to talk to him? I'm so glad I was have been thinking about stonewall all because we had that fiftieth anniversary. This past year and I was just like you know. CHICAGO HAD A as well as La and new. York also had commemorative marches the next year. And I remember seeing video of it, and it looked. You know there was a lot of charm to it, and it was just like it was nice to see for Nita Gray when she was like young and out, and he was just like wow so i. you know I just really wanted to connect with somebody that had been there, and so you know. I, put some feelers out and I'm so glad I was able to connect with Albert. Today shows produced by Mark Fields. That's right. I wouldn't mind for sound engineer fast enough. Albert Williams and the dog is named Jesse. By generous fabulous people just like you visit feast defined dot. com slash. PODCAST. Thousands of legendary podcasts or join us at patriotic patriot dot com slash defy. 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Jersey Jerry vs Jeff Nadu RNR 16? - Barstool Rundown - September 21st, 2021

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Jersey Jerry vs Jeff Nadu RNR 16? - Barstool Rundown - September 21st, 2021

"Kind of my grade school good. Yeah nostalgic all oh she joked psycho all right. That's kind of not a bad thing. You recognize when you smell it. You you know all library smell the same you. My grade school smell the same. Okay it's run. Rundown september twenty first. We got jersey. Jerry got wrong. We also got every man jack. Every man jack makes naturally derived grooming products for every guy in routine these products smell amazing and are made with the highest quality cleaning ingredients found in nature simply use affordable effective. No compromise these products are good for you. And the planet no harmful chemicals crew crew cruel. It's crew carlotti rule. It's free and bottles made of recycled plastic. What was the word you said it and pick central versatility versatility not first row patterson as versatility between running back wide receiver kick. Yes versatility while they're famous while the most famous for their shower central's they make a ton of different products. Check out their brand supplies. Hair thickening chimp. Who's anti aging tits and limited edition marvel line for a limited time. Get fifty percent off their first. Every man jack order with the promo code barstool plus free shipping on all orders over forty dollars. Check them out. At every man. Jack dot com slash borstal. That's every man. Jack dot com slash barstool jersey jerry. Some every man. Jack would we say all right. I can use it. Because apparently i smell like Runs grade school grade school. It's not. I'm not saying you smell bad. I'm saying too reminiscent. You smell like my grade school. You think that's a bad thing. It sounds like obama. Said well you have to. You've never been told that before. Probably but you're lumping it in as an insult. And that's it's not insulting jersey jerry here. Somebody that is being squeezed the outdoor alley cat. That's been brought inside for the first time. I don't hate it. you hate it. Yeah exactly domesticate him. Yeah vaccines that's it. Yes get shots monday night. Football packers win thirty five. Seventeen and cover aaron jones four touch four times more touchdowns only sixty seven yards can get thirty or sixty eight and a half rushing but Jerry how the cowboys look or excuse me the packers packers are back. I mean it's a fact. I rogers going to the super bowl this year. I predicted before the season you've seen. Why last night doesn't he of seem a little bit this Interested air rogers. I mean he had that nice pass to devante atoms. Keeping but yeah. Yeah that nice. On the scene robert tanya in a little bit of a blown coverage but does he seem like he's kind of checked out. I don't think so. I think now he wants them more than ever to me Everybody has their own opinion. But i think roger's is back and seen it last night but he's the is that even more of an indictment on the lines that he can seem disinterested and stole this rate them. Get line sucked. I mean i thought that jared goff had a nice first half but they sucked after that Anthony lynn just grabbing his own balls and cutting them off eight minutes left in the game. They're down by two scores and they're running the huddle offense. Just no no no urgency. Yeah it makes sense. What was the final game. Thirty show show. Marty had him at twenty or twenty. He's a crazy. Get greedy greedy. Should've just take him what was given to him Interrupts texted dave after the game Shut up big cat. I mean aaron rodgers. The fact that him and dave able to text just after the game like is fascinating to me and just burying cat even more to twenty five. Am to yeah get some sleep. You know what i mean. I guess he has a day off but he's probably just buzzing from the win. Maybe can't sleep after a big win. Lake that the fact that are in the after the first game someone said that aaron rodgers look like nicholas cage playing aaron rodgers and a movie about brady. I'm still just getting those vibes from aaron rodgers. that he's like a little bit beleaguered and then he's kind of going through it You would think somebody with that much amount of money. Wouldn't have that like sean connery. The rock grub as lund dude. I bet it cilivian money just running around being the center of every all the news. I keep probably depressed about not helping his hair follicles. it might be. It might be all shit about months. Yeah no get knocked up. She's got nine up by john mullane and she was trying to break up Casey mush graves marriage. She's just in the mix so much you know when the experts in the stomach probably sick to his stomach problem the eli and peyton broadcasts Grunk says he doesn't watch any film and peyton. Manning thinks the pats bugged is locker which of course they fucking bugged as the patriots. so yes. They're not keating they're not trying hundred percent. Yeah they're definitely in the steelers for all those years. Yeah what are your thoughts on. Spy gate flaky. You know. I think they should have some super bowl rings taken away from that. I really do all of them. It should be disbanded. As a franchise hundred percent all their super bowl rings. all the wind should be vacated some bullshit and never be allowed to coach again now never never how many how many ships were the steelers have had if not for the patriots at least five at least five more yeah hundred percent hundred percent so far way so like three more five and like the big band era or like seven in the five the big five and the big band era so he would have been the goat or at least in the combo for goat and they were genus. That defense. I mean we got rob joey porter. Come on casey hampton. Who's your favorite seaworld. We'll talk harrison harrison though he went to the patriots respect for him traitor. Yeah no respect. He's not well into the bengals to he was news trader and all around he trading. What about larry foote linebacker. Yeah he was. He was a good player. Little overrated footed cool name though but definitely cool name. That didn't perform like like a foot should for full. Yeah i got to be steady. Who's that linebackers. Weighed like three levant. Kurds bonker steeler. The von kirkland. Three hundred pound linebacker ninety three. He's beast. We'll see that this day and age. Now you won't steelers do have punter. That's about two seventy presley arvin your mic. They got a big problem with come fixed. Mike mike right. You let him do it. A little bit scruffy pitcher scruffy catching some flavor. Flav chain catching some grade school dude. I feel like that bothered to. I mean i didn't mean anything by. Maybe because i don't like the way my grade school smelled. Oh my grade school smell. my grade. School wasn't a good school. Smell aac feet like a good for like larry. Foote no not. Like larry foot maybe after a game. Just a bad smell yeah. That's tough. i didn't mean anything by it. I was just saying you know what i mean. It was just a nostalgic smell. I was it was the heat of the moment just grade school. If there was anything that it was the i wasn't that is the first thing that comes back. That triggers memories. Yeah that's right that's true. Some smell certain ways the cowboys their fans had a nice little royal rumble. Outside the chargers new stadium on sunday which resulted in a bunch of fans getting thrown into a lake. We'll see a lot of ads crack hanging in and out. You know just cowboys. Fans being cowboys fan brawling in front of like reflecting pool is that where martin luther king gave his. Are they brawling by right there that it was like a real shallow lake. they were right on the waterfront. That's too beautiful to be wrong. They're the worst fans on the planet cowboys fans in the barrel. Either you're an asshole or you hate your father. that's why you're a cowboys fan. You grew up in depths. I agree i agree with that. Hundred percent asshole. A bunch of assholes. Damn we're about to see you fighting jerry. What's going on with that and we'll get to that. We got a little our tease super creepy bar. Then sold a two-way mir so they can watch people. Go to the bathroom jerry. What would you do if you're taking a piss you look. There's a two way mirror. You know people are peeping in on your first thing i would try to do. Is sue yang. Getting the last okay. I'm trying to collect some money for that. You know what i yeah. So being a member of a union still do you still have access to their representations correctly. Do free of charge because i pay union dues. Okay how do they break your back with those news. Not so bad Seventeen seventy two week. Jesus christ that's a lot you think. One thousand seven hundred seventy dollars and so. That's not crazy. Seventeen dollars two cents. That's not crazy nice. And what does it cover Covers a lot covers protects. You god forbid anything happens. You know with lawyers and stuff like that right right. There's like certain outings and you go to the outings and beef and beers like that. You know what. I'm more if somebody's watching. You take a piss at a bar you get. The union lawyer involves representation. Somebody fills you in the shower. Yeah i didn't even know that showers here. Shoppers shower back there. And they'll get you to in jerry. You should organize us. I i wanted to talk about that. I know dave has had. I'm not gonna say anything crazy. Dave has had his problem with unions. What if what if you got a boss friendly union or something like that. What if you're the union head. What if you are the president of the us jurors. Yeah like go head to head. You represent us against dave. You're just a pit bull in there like that. Let's start off with good intentions. Come absolutely corrupt. Yeah yeah it's great dude. Being the guy that no one can say shit brick to their windows. Exactly exactly you know what. 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Fuck you i'm out yup. Yes sure you ever quit a job before. I have never quit a job. Never fun fact about jersey jerry. I have never quit a job. And i've been on three interviews. And i've never been not offered a job for three. I'm from pretty successful at the interviews. So i don't think i've ever quit a job but i've been fired by. I think more jobs. I've been hired by not even possible. Yeah i've been fired from like barstool at one point. And i don't think i was rehired back just reintegrated myself so i was like one for you get fired. It's a long story back in the day. Yeah go two thousand twelve two thousand thirteen barstool. Then i'm the scenes. Oh is behind the scenes. Guess in front of scenes at some point but so that people can find if they think. I'm not sure if it was ever public. Well basically had to do. I was writing for other websites. Time moonlighting smitty pretty much pretty much a little a little bit of bro. Bible coed dot com row bible. Dave was happy about it and Some some of the stuff that went down. You know everything's good everything's gravy. Thank you for my man smitty. No company would have a guy like smitty with ahead so fucking block life. Who's done such less but has a pretty good gig. Put them in the rotherham. Put them in the wrongful you to hear the story. I mean deafness. Got rid of things for a reason i got. I got fired from a job at a roast beef cutting place because i went on shade forty five on the radio and i was like i'm going on the radio. Don't i'm going to be back. But they're offering me a chance to go and like be on the radio like i'm going to go in the radio and they're like you didn't show up your fire all right fire me. It is what it is like. I wanted to do this. And you you just gotta you gotta make your stance on time was like going into the radio station on. Like static selected show wrapping on camera. You write that. Yeah yeah yeah crazy right. Yeah yeah by my album. What's that took typing around on any. Yeah man state. How do you like your steak. Medium medium rare medium really. Okay i went. To texas roadhouse and i asked for one medium rare. They gave it to me bloody rare. I should've asked for medium because when you go to these chain restaurants but a steakhouse you can go. Medium rare last topic ben. Simmons confirmed dick. You will not report for the training camp next week and says the never again to play. For the seventy sixers franchise guy run. I mean this is obvious. no morals. no he's a piece of shit he's a piece of shit for this He got signed to maximum extension. And the only thing that you're saying they want him to shoot. They wanted him to shoot and so he said. I'm never going to play for you anymore. Like he's mad at doc rivers and joel embiid for the way that what i don't i don't even understand what he's mad about. He's just being petulant. He'd being a child. It's sad honestly because i've backed him up. I i like put my neck on the line in uncomfortable situations not unlikely carson wentz well. That's that's what frustrates me. Now is people are coming at the city of philadelphia and it's personal because they say we treated ben simmons like shit. Which is patently false. We treated him marquel foltz the best way we possibly lead them. We baby them. We gave them everything that they needed. Nurtured them from burp then wanted to see them grow up and become successful but instead at least one of the two is an asshole the other one whatever have fun in orlando with your fake injury wherever the fuck you're doing now but ben simmons fuck you run set a best on first time longtime or so. Sports is philly scumbag podcasts. That if he wants to hold out they should deliver his contract. Home in pennies gets back up the brinks truck and dumped depends on his driveway. Like okay count the pennies. Take your shot that way. A million dollars in the slot exactly like the fact that he could not come to work and still get paid. What would the union say about that. That doesn't happen. It doesn't happen if you know. Call no show. You're out of the get fired from your job. Another guy in there exactly this next man up to probably melt down and get some good copper chain. This chain is some flavor plays a welder made for me. I worked as he. Jerry chain one of one really did. He's craft the shape of jersey on his own. He did a pretty good jersey. Is it is yeah. He's got the little lumpy on the bottom. It's good it's good to weld very talented So after show Jersey jerry army coming at jeff. Do we have a possible rough rowdy fight just ridiculous we do. Yes we do december. it's official. It's not official yet. You know this this guy is Wants a ton of money. He's not even worth it. We're gonna see what happens but Like i told dave and big cat who is my agent. I am offering him guaranteed money if he beats me in the fight. And are you requiring him to offer that back to you now. No not at all. No so he gets paid no matter what. If you lose you get nothing. I'm fine with that. I'm fine with that. I told dave i'd sign the papers. Today works in the day for our show today to write of fireworks yet. Boy do coming at me saying you know after me hitting the bag. I was gassed. Which i wasn't even close to gas like i put on my twitter. That was only at twenty two percent. You know what. I mean But we'll see what happens. I'm ready to sign this guy. Ain't gonna sign. I have a feeling no. I'll tell you what we got you. hitting the bag dog shabby. They're got four of them. Bind them to. What's the boxing background. there is no real background real professional background. But i got a bag. I have a bag speed bag i got. I got some jump rope. And i got some gloves. And that's all i really need. Nice jump rope is some of the best cardio. Exercise is it is and you look like a you look like a fighter right now with the hood up you know with the monarch if you like pulled it to pass a little bit like the angle shaq show and you look like i hope i get to rough and rowdy because i really want to portray that that mike tyson short black shorts black shoes and that's income out like that vintage tyson. That's what i really want. So you wanna hear it for the look. That could be a nice look. No robe nothing. Just that really. Just vintage types. You and your demon still time that last after topic div Rejected dinner. Invitation time you find out who was on the list what celebrities. What did he reject celebrities reject. So he say he replied back saying that they're only three people he would stop and go a reason was that larry. David had question marks next door. There was a chance. Larry was going to be at the day Sure he was like flyer. It's there. I'll make sure gotcha so basically there are only three people that dave drop anything for and go have dinner with this point. Larry david Jimmy buffett who he had had dinner with and who was the third race. Ricky drew base. That was top three south up basis surprising to me. I didn't realize that back to like that. I would say he's the top five comedian out there right now and we were saying earlier on the ac. He has a great he's had great run of h. b. o. Shows the ones that he produces idiot abroad his stand ups really life is short clip with liam niessen. Quite possibly the funniest scheduled. That's really funny. And then you had the show with stephen merchant that he He made that's just the he's got a lot of good shows he's made some funny shit so who'd be the one person alive now. One person that you will drop everything for and go to live. Oh yeah you see them on the list. And that's it for me springsteen that's it boss wants to go have a beer. I'm having a beer with the. I would say britney britney britney spears at a rescue situations pretty much okay. That'd be nice. Britney will be a good one jordan michael jordan. I mean i kind of a answer. But he's like he's the biggest celebrity to me. Tommy go larry david jeff. Probst upset one. But congratulations on your on. Your new podcast. Tommy if you shoehorn that in their drive or forty one premiers tomorrow subscribe to snuffing torches leaving nice five star torches is stealing cracking aces. Oh no i thought it was. Stealing stems was more going. Both don't wanna still crack you hear about it Rape brittany's feet ten ten yard. Britney spears feet really haven't seen him she'll take down the toilet. Are you fetishists. You've finish is her feet a little bit. Yeah really foot guy. That's pretty cool. I have a competition. Every year called feet the streets hosted by jersey jerry Girls across the country. They me pictures and videos of their feet and i put them in an ncaa tournament style bracket and you know. Put it on instagram story. Pole and we decide from there who was last year's winner. The number three seed was the winner last year. Miss victoria lynn. Oh very correct answers. Yeah i guess so. What did you have like ankle tattoo or something. He actually she actually did have an ankle. White white white nail polish pretty pussy energy which which definitely boosted her up a little bit. She is competing again in twenty twenty two. Well we're we're going to have to keep an eye out for that bracket how is it a sixty four or sixteen sixteen. I think we can now with jersey. Jerry coming borstal. I think we can do. Sixty four gets playing angles. And that's the runner. I knew she had an ankle. You could just tell anyone. That has linda as their middle names. Got an ankle tattoo.

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020: Hometown Homicide and Murders in Thailand (Collab with A Teacher and a Crime Scene Tech Walk Into a Bar)

Nopeville

1:06:23 hr | 1 year ago

020: Hometown Homicide and Murders in Thailand (Collab with A Teacher and a Crime Scene Tech Walk Into a Bar)

"Down this road is a small City Once thriving in full of life, but now desolate and abandoned. Well abandoned say for the boss is rumoured to reside with it, which I presume is while you're here. Now, there's nothing wrong with a little morbid curiosity. But please remember to stay close to your guys. You wouldn't want anything to get left behind. Welcome back everyone. Hello. If you remember not too terribly long ago, we featured a couple of guests on our show. We had a teacher in a crime scene Tech walk into a bar and they just recently invited us to also be a part of their show. Yep. They spun the wheel of murder for us. Yep. Wish is still my favorite thing about their show. I love it. They were kind enough to allow us to share it with you guys. So here it is for all of our listeners. Enjoy life. Hi. I'm Ashley and I'm a teacher in Georgia and I'm Talia and I'm studying to be a crime scene Tech in Colorado. And we're off a teacher in a crime scene Tech walk into a bar. Okay, we're having problems you guys welcome to the chaos. Yeah, we're super excited because we have another episode where we have special guests. Yay. We are with no Phil again. Yeah song with Jen and Christine from Nokesville. Yes. Say hello. Yeah. Thanks for watching. The Shadows come out of the shadows and darkness us know Phil. Do you guys want to introduce yourselves and tell our listeners a little bit about your podcast? I know they heard us when we did our clubs together, but for anybody missed it go for Christine. Oh, okay. So we're firm note Phil. Will your tour guides do the city filled with dead? The Terrors and Nightmares and we take you through the city and each week. We have a different thing. We take you to tour our most recent tour was on Bloody Mary. So go ahead and touch that wherever you get your podcasts one thing that really terrifies Jen are a bloody mary I hate you Bloody Mary in Freddie Krueger are like two things on my my childhood that I'll never get over. You should play it when you were a kid now. She know what I'd like my cousin threatened to edit. Oh, yeah, you put it. Yeah, nothing. I did it. I don't think I could ever convince me to do it. I was like, hey you guys, you know, it sounds like a really great idea super fun game where you get mounted fog of your life. I'm the boring slumber party attendee. I'm like, oh guys just want to watch movies and go to bed at Birth. But tell us about who you are. Yeah, who are you? Oh, I'm dead. Okay, but that's yeah, that's my favorite. I'm like about myself. Yeah, just like a quick like no no such a teacher thing to do. Let's go off. Hi. Hi, I'm Ashley and I'm the teacher. Yeah, give us one fun fact about yourself two lives one fun thing. You did over the subject two truths and a lie fact that's actually funny. That was a college thing. We should play that sometimes on the show. We should that would be fun Christian you go first. Oh God. All right. I'm Christine Phillip Fraser. I I currently print t-shirts for spreadshirt has my daytime job and then I do this at night. I have my to college. What are my whole world? I don't want children cuz I have them there enough. They act like children. I obsessively collect POP vinyls of Harley Quinn and basically any other interests I have so like I have a Jason Michael Myers and stuff like that. So just like horror icons sign like that. Yeah. That is cool. I like playing horror video games or just games in general. Most may be see I don't have a whole lot of free time anymore. Now that we podcast right? Yeah. Neither do e seems. Yeah, I graduated with a bachelor's in psychology thousand times with that to use and I'm freaking out and I need someone to talk to that must be nice or researching something. It's like hey, I remember that. I understand what this I know exactly wage weird things going on here means yeah. Yeah, that's about it for me. So let's Circle back. I'm Jen still. I'm glad you're welcome back. Yeah. Yep. I just recently completed my program as a cytogenetic technologist. So last time we recorded you were about to take your tests and so happy for you. Good job. Yeah, so I just started training in that before that actually used to be a chiropractor. Oh, oh, yeah. Yeah stop that. But I also enjoy playing scary video games with Christine. That's mostly zombie games. We play a lot of zombie games. So if you listen to our zombie episode, you can see how passionate we are zombies. Oh, yeah. Do you play Call of Duty? That's actually one of the only ones we don't that's I watch my husband play Call of Duty and I I frequently like egg him on and I'm like, why are you so much? I can't get better zombies. Just let me show you how to do it. Come on. I know and I'm like, I'm like him. He's right there. Why aren't you shooting fast enough? There's a method and there's a method to the madness birth. Call of Duty yeah, that's what I do. So in my spare time when I'm not broadcasting I watch my husband play video games and make fun of his playstyle and I also have three cats and a corgi. So my little Alice she's what yeah, I know it is a heart. But yeah, well, we are super glad you guys are here. Thanks for having us. We're excited for some true crime stories, but I think we have some drink recommendations first. Oh, yeah, but who wants to go first? Okay, I'll go first thing. Not it. Yeah, those goes I can't even I can't even see all of you at the same time. It's just I notes and everything so that I can see the button at the top. I know you're in Middle minimum of you very tired me and um, um, um, yeah. Okay. So today I'm drinking Corona hard Seltzer. This is cherry flavored. I've actually never had this before another never drink in a coronavirus either. So yeah, I will just well you don't like beer so no, this was the only thing I could find in my French so so okay, it yet this in the Barefoot know I'll try it right now. Try it right now and give us a number out of ten. I just spilled it all over my shirt. It has a hole in her face in a drinking problem, ma'am. So I would give it like a 727. Yeah, I like I like them sweeter usually careful nice, right? No pill want to use. Yeah, so do so in honor of our hometown murders. I am drinking a cut water cocktail and a can soak up water is local to San Diego and they have all like delicious spirits and stuff. So this one's my actually my favorite. It's their cold brew mixed with their horchata vodka so long to delicious. It's like cinnamon coffee. Yeah. I was on with life and work tomorrow. I'm working from home tomorrow, but we got so I love hot water level their spirits and I love how convenient they're like cocktails and it can are and they're I Love Drunk. Yep. And that's awesome. Yeah, that is what I'm drinking one more podcasting because it's just easier to just grab that than to make myself a cocktail. Yeah. What do you give it out of ten? I give this a ten out of ten other 10,000. Try it. All right, Christine. Oh, you want me to go now? Okay. I do want to go ahead girl and Ace pumpkin craft cider shot. They love ace off. The Great Pumpkin one is delicious. I never travel one today to just just zyuzin, but I love the pair one the payoff delicious and so good. What do you give it? I thought I would give it about a nine. Does it taste kind of pumpkin e know it tastes like applesauce Oh, you mean interesting? Yeah. Yeah interesting or that's what I get from here. But yeah, I'm inside or whatever it is. So in a weird turn of coincidental events, I also chose a hard Seltzer nice job. The Cherry hard Seltzer with with lights Corona today is the the only time this has ever happened cuz normally I do fear in July does wind so I know what happened today the Stars aligned cuz I actually pretty much just got this I've had them before but my husband was like who get the Bud Light once and then when you make sure Instagram post about your drinks you can tag post Malone was like sounds like a plan. Why not? He's definitely going to hear it. Yeah, his Bud Lights Out of the wreck postie. Yeah. I love post Malone. So hey, I think I'd also give this a seven out of ten. Yeah. I'm going to go with the know we have to say ten out of ten if he's listening post Malone friend to rate it highly if you off. Yeah, exactly. Thank you. I'm so happy that I saw your commercial and that I bought this. Yeah, what about constructive criticisms? So post Malone or the floodlight people? I don't know. It's just not as sweet as I want it to be like there's mine like white claw black cherry is like super heavy. Yeah. Thanks football. Yeah. I feel like the thing with white cloth is the more you drink the sweeter it gets like the drunker you get the better. Yes today. The first two are not super great after that. The fourth the fourth one is Bomb through the case of your favorite number 11, you're going to be like so happy. I'm sorry used for like most drinks that people bring to parties and stuff exactly true like dog. Cricket, yeah, my drink it for enough beer pong events. It'll tell you to slaughter like muscle through the first couple drinks. Yeah get through it. Yeah. All right people so, we just have just want to add him. Yeah girl. We still have our magnets that we are sending out. You just have to review us off Apple podcasts and take a screenshot. Send us your address and we will send you a magnet. Yeah. So Sinister screenshot to keep one. 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It's been a really long time since we spun the wheel of murder from this episode. Yeah, so incredibly needs a refresh. So you guys spun the murder wheel for us and we got home town murders. Oh, yeah, that'll be good. So, yeah, so since Christine and I are home. Different parts of the country we did a different home town murder for each City that we live in Edward so mines from San Diego and Christine's is from Las Vegas no more Virginia City, but dead close fish. I didn't feel like talking about too bad cuz I don't know that there's a whole lot of information there. Should I mean I kind of wanted dead. Yeah, so I would have been really jealous if you would eventually yeah those things like, oh I looked and we're going to cut you out of this whole record you don't get to tell three at all and they're bound to say that burger. So just open for you to cover if you want. Yes. That's true. That's your table for next week. Here we go. So which one of you wants to go first, you guys want to rock paper scissors you want to fight each other? I don't know. She would totally suck. In a fight like I would just feel like snow please don't do it. Oh, yeah the Hufflepuff. We're just kind of oh, you're a Hufflepuff. I'm a Hufflepuff off Hue lamp off. Yeah. So Aaron, you're a celebrity and your mother claw. I'm very laid off. Are you I am yeah. Yeah, I thought so. Oh, well you pick that up just just had the horoscopes Ashley reads. Yeah actually reads houses. If you meet her husband, you'll think of them as a slit their claw. Yeah. Yeah. I'm a gryphon Puffs. So yeah, but I'm married. I'm married to a Slytherin. I just really like slytherins. Hi Chris. I appreciate the cleverness in The Cutting news. Yes the wit. Yes, very windy over here. All right. So which one of you 21st you were supposed to fight or something? Yeah. Yeah. Yep. Duke it out. I guess that was the worst fight ever meet me up. Cuz if she wins she'll tell me to go first anyway, so I thought okay. Okay, so I am covering a story that was actually pitched to me by my husband. He was an engineering student at San Diego State University and he said that he'd often passed by the by the morial plot. That was a memorial to three professors. And when he looked into who they were he came across this tragic story so he's like should cover that story like all right, cool. That's cool off. Fabric. Martin Davidson was an Army veteran who enrolled at San Diego State University in nineteen eighty-seven in nineteen. Ninety one. He completed his undergraduate degree and earned a bachelor's degree in aerospace engineering first years. He continued to study a while trying to find a job in his field. However with the defense industry downsizing he had no luck with the job hunt. He ultimately decided to change to mechanical engineering in the hopes that it would Denton with more job opportunities and he enrolled in the master's program in Nineteen Ninety Four. It was during the master's program that he worked alongside his faculty advisor associate professor Chen young they worked together on trade-ins thesis which was on shape memory Alloys which is a type of metal that was able to be twisted and could hold its shape until heated have no idea what that means but that's gone either but I'm here for it. It's natural. So Leon was originally from China but came to the states to study at Virginia Tech afterward. He then went on to become a senior research scientist for Paradigm. Inkan Virginia birth becoming an associate professor of engineering at SDSU in Nineteen Ninety Four while in school Davidson was described as being a loner by fellow classmates and professors and his landlord was quoted calling him meet Nick, which I never heard. Sorry. Okay. Yeah, like neat Nick heard where his room was like super tidy and sparse and with only a calendar and his undergraduate degree wage. Creating the walls. He's a minimalist. Yeah. Yeah. There we go. Yeah, I got there wasn't a word for it. Then it's not not in the nineties. It was like what a neat attic sounds great. Sounds rude. I mean, yeah probably had no friends are neat. Nick talked about it. Yeah. He said to be the kind of person who completely devoted his entire self to his job on Monday August fifteenth nineteen, ninety six at 2 p.m. Davidson had a meeting scheduled with three associate professors and three student Witnesses for his master's thesis defense. It had been rejected before so after returning to his project and putting an even more time and effort into completing a thesis. He had hoped that this would be the time all his hard work paid off when the meeting began. He produced a printed copy of an email. He had received from potential employer and handle it stated that his employment status was dependent on successful completion and defense of his master's thesis. Okay next without any further exchange of words between him and the professor. He walked over to a nearby first name. Cabinet were earlier that morning. He hit a nine-millimeter semi-automatic handgun Yanks, 15-round spare magazines. Oh, oh, my turn towards his professors and opened fire off five minutes after the meeting began at 2:05 p.m. Gunshots rang throughout the engineering building Davidson shot and killed Liang where he sat at the faculty table and wounding the other two professors thought it was said that Leon was Davidson's main target since he felt incredibly resentful towards him for making him work long hours in the lab with little to no credit and giving him busy work that had nothing to do with his thesis research suggests and Larry was his next victim. He was a 44 year old associate professor who was reportedly set to become the department chair the following week a fellow Professor had said that he quote fretted about students finding work up. The Department's many foreign students with their English when writing papers if a student didn't get a job. He felt jobless. So Davidson targeted Lowry because at one point Lowry had caught him with old number. So the students shouldn't have an accused Davidson of cheating. So with this Burning memory in mind, he turned towards Lowry with only one door in the classroom leading to the main hallway Lobby ran to escape a murderous Davidson. However, he only made it to the doorway before he was shot several times and died Jesus man. He then turned to sites to a thirty-six-year-old associate professor of aerospace engineer Constantino's lizard lizard. This was no stranger to Davidson Davidson felt like Lazarus was out to get him and that he was one of the main causes preventing him from finding work after witnessing the death of his two colleagues horrendous exited another door in the classroom that led to an adjoining classroom knowing he was unable to escape he attempted to hide underneath a desk Davidson reloaded his gun and chase after him he shot and killed his old Professor thought he was still hiding under the desk. She was sad the three students that were there to witness a thesis defense were spared with Davidson saying they weren't the targets. One of the students was actually able to run away. The shooting started and he warned the rest of the people in the building and notify campus security during the 5 minutes shooting spree Davidson unloaded 23 rounds with 16 hitting the three professors. Oh just after the crash occurred Davidson had every intention to kill himself even having pain to suicide note with details of the location of evidence and computer files in his house. But ultimately he said he was too much of a coward to go through with it took the security found and pacing on the third floor and the main hallway with the gun still in his hand. He apparently ordered the officers to shoot him. But ultimately he surrendered dropped his gun and was taken into custody openly weeping about what he had done. Wow, Das what an ass that's right. Yep, like nobody feels nobody feels that I'm sorry. No one feels sorry for you. Just not even a little river know. So Davidson was charged with murder was given three consecutive life sentences without parole one life for each Professor. He murdered this plea deal was taken after the widows of the slain professors argued against the death penalty under thought that they didn't wash. Children to have to deal with the added stress and Trauma of appeals that are frequently filed and awarded in death penalty cases. Wow. Lazaridis daughter at the time was only fourteen months old. How old they were all super young. So one was Thirty thirty six one was forty-four and I think that alone was 36 as well. Wow. Yeah and part of me feels like it was good that she'd the home is argued against death penalty cuz that would be like giving him exactly what he wanted. He wanted to die. Like, you know deserve a Rock prison, you're going to suffer consequences. Yeah, so they wanted him to be put away for good song could create some sense of normalcy for their own children and to add insult to injury calories eight year old daughter Nini was struck and killed by a car while crossing the street just six months later. Oh my God, she was adopted from China. He and his wife had adopted her from China. And yeah God, however, despite taking the deal in nineteen ninety seven and thinking all was good Davidson actually applied for executive job. I'm seeing 2017. Of course, you did after hearing the news the widows are now grown children were in shock considering he was already granted clemency when they decided not to put him on death row, right? And for the life of me, I couldn't find the result of this but I did find that there was a change.org petition asking for the governor to reject the application. It was created by Esther Alonzo who was a sister in law to to learn just thought. Wow. Yeah while Davidson had a strong motive for he carried out this deadly attack. There was no clear sign of the professors were even going to reject his thesis that day even though they had done so in the past, but ever since that first time he felt like there was a larger conspiracy where they and the entire engineering department were were out to get him to ruin his life work so hard to earn my eyes are rolling so hard. Yeah. It's just an example of a clear mental breakdown. Yes, right, which I get into so it was even stated that it seemed like Davidson was in for a bright future consideration. He was a named author in several Journal articles alongside Leon with their research being funded by McDonnell Douglas, which was a major Aerospace Manufacturing Company defense contractor. It was believed that Davidson off from delusions and paranoia and even came from a family history of psychosis and he was apparently remorseful at the time of the trial according to his lawyer. Hmm. So well, of course, yeah, he was a grain of salt. I yeah, yeah. Yeah, like I think she was just trying to get a lesser sentence for sympathy. Yeah, although he didn't actually commit suicide in an article from Psychology today right in by forensic psychologist Katherine ramsland. She references Davidson along with other School shooters in regard to academic stress and aggression and how that can lead students to become murderers. She specifically talks about the how the mindset could lead them believe that there's only one solution to their overwhelming anxiety. Even if that one solution is incredibly extreme, like killing your graduate advisor or yourself or yourself. Yeah. She says that someone suffering from Suicidal Thoughts. Tend to not recognize their own cognitive distortions and they wholeheartedly and truly believe that what they're thinking makes sense and that they have to act they form the sort of tunnel vision that rolls out and excludes all other possibilities for a resolution is if you are major regressions toward your school work like Master's thesis and you believe there is one roadblock to your success you remove that roadblock permanently from your path, right? She says that mental abilities absent and that words like never only know one and always are actually commonly found in suicide notes like both found in his and there's people that don't have these thoughts aren't capable of understanding this page. Is it because their brains have the mental flexibility to see other possibilities and outcomes, but not so suicidal people right in Davidson's case he had to act there was no other choice for him. He made the decision to put in any way it was causing this major life stressor and he acted on it leaving nothing but trauma tragedy and a lifetime of Heartache for all those involved. Wow. So that's the story of Frederick Davidson. Wow, and and the memorial SDSU I'm surprised that isn't a bigger story. Yeah, that was Heavy. Yeah, it's crazy ones really sad know. All right. Should we go next to Ashley Christine we can wrap paper. I can fight. You know, I think you'd beat me up. No thought maybe not level but maybe she'd run away with me. Yeah, it makes a liar. She's a scrapper social six something on me off or getting your mind. It's all right. All right, so I found the story of Julia bulette. So this lovely lady I have chosen in part because she was offered on January 20th 1867, which is the day before my birthday a hundred Thirty-One years before I was born in Closter happy early a hundred and thirty one year off. I was like, oh, wow, what are the odds? Yeah, this woman was well-liked and even considered a treasured citizen with in Virginia City Nevada back in the towns. Boom know. I that's one of our favorite. Please don't ever tell anyone that I lit up her. She had two friends, right? It's like she stayed at home. She didn't like people very nobody really actually even know who she was. So this was rather unusual as she was a prostitute and prostitutes were often looked down upon back in these days and she was yeah, it's still in some circles, but other overall, she was respected valued in the community. So proper ladies would kind of like turn their nose up at her but that was the dude selector knob got going. She was even an honorary member of the Virginia City fire engine company. Number one. So firemen and minors alike were among the mourners at her funeral. She conducted her business independently out of her home in the red light district and within her fifteen years of the business. She had earned modest success for herself as with many people's histories as far back in time. There's nothing to corroborate the stories of how Ms. Julia conducted her business or her charitable acts but they're out there are stories. It said on History. What it said on History net.com that confusion. I know that's why it's set on History net.com that she would often donate freely to the fire department and would even help out by working the brakes at the hand car engines while the firemen would be battling the Flames. There's also mentioned that she had housed hundreds of sick miners took her home during an epidemic gentleman callers would often have to pay a little more for her Services because unlike others she would only see one man each night and he would enjoy his favorite alcoholic beverage as well as her company in her clean home. Body was discovered on January 20th 1867 when friend and neighbor Gertrude homes had stopped by that morning with breakfast. She had been beaten with a pistol and a piece of firewood and then angled she was wearing her nightgown. So she had been on her way to bed already when the ACT had happened and many of her fine clothes jewelry and rolls of silk had been stolen the Virginia City territorial Enterprise reported on her obituary and within it she was described as quote being of a very kind-hearted liberal benevolent and charitable disposition few of her class had more true friends and it was also reported that this was the Lifeboat worst murder ever in this city horrible and quote the day that she was found the mines Mills and even saloons closed out of respect and the following day most of the Town gathered in a rental sleet for her funeral at the firehouse. Oh, wow. Wow, that's actually really nice. I know everybody seemed to like her down regulation held that criminals and prostitute wage. Not to be buried within the cemetery. So she was buried on a nearby Hill and a mahogany casket with silver handles many in the town were in an uproar about finding her killer. But still it took about four months for the police to find a job and a viable suspect John Mulaney of French Baker and Drifter. He was first identified by another prostitute Martha Camp who had awoken to a shadowy figure in her room standing over her with a weapon attack when she screamed the man fled and but she glimpsed his face and a few days later. She ran across him in the street and identified him as the person she saw in a room that night good for her later after million was in Customer a seamstress was admiring some silk. She had purchased from him when she overheard two men discussing Julian's murder when she heard them mentioned that two rolls of silk had gone missing. She immediately went to the police. He sold her off like what big, you know, I was going to say 4 months finding the perpetrator like that's actually pretty quick for that time. Yeah, it's funny like one of them. Right now yeah. Yeah. Yeah, but he done messed up. Yeah this led to the police going through Millions possessions and his home and discovering a trunk filled with you. Let's possessions Palm Lane was poorly educated and had a very weak grasp of the English language. So it's now assumed that it may have been rushed judgment that led to his conviction and subsequent hanging. Ooooo. Mullane's court-appointed lawyer had believed in his innocence and had managed to hold off the inevitable guilty verdict for about a year before the case went before the Nevada Supreme Court, and he was sentenced to be hanged Mullane maintains his innocence the entire time claiming that he had been asleep under Julia Sports went to other men had entered the home and they had been the ones to give him the trunk of her possessions to hold for them. Okay. Yeah, okay. When asked why he had been spotted outside of her home shortly before the murder. He confessed to having been casing her home for a future rubbery. Okay. Yeah checks out. It seems like when I wasn't going to kill her I was going to commit a future crime. That's but not this. Yeah not this one. I didn't use a crime later claimed to be executed on April 24th, 1868 and was hanged in front of a crowd of three to five thousand people. Oh damn a mom, which was Mark Twain who wrote for the territorial Enterprise at the time. Oh, wow. Well, that's he wrote quote. I believed that if ever it would be possible to see a man hanged and derive satisfaction from the spectacle. This was the time for John Mullane was no common murderer. He was a heart for sassin and quote. So there are still people now that are kind of maintaining that like, it may not have actually been this guy. It may have been other people but this was the man who paid for the crime and that is all I was able to find on her name. Was so freaking long ago. That's a good one. I love yeah, so I like the old like you get a lot of software. It's like this whole website tells you this story and then you go to the next one. You're like, okay cool. That sounds plausible. You go to the next one. It's like know all of that was wrong. Yeah my story. Yeah just like that. I was like so many conflicting facts, but I'm just going to pick one and roll with it. Cuz what do you do when it's a month? Yes, so when we spun the wheel of murder We got a listener location, which was Thailand. So I did the research for this case. I almost picked this story of the metal casket killer in Thailand. Sometimes he's also called the Thai Ted Bundy. Oh God, but it was a breaking story. They just caught him in January of 2020. Holy so he's still awaiting trial and there is not a lot of detail. So when I typed it up, it was like a page and half and I was like, okay an hour cuz but it's super interesting story. They found 300 human bones in the palm of his home. Wow. Wow, yeah, wait from 300 different people or from like 1 and 1/2 people. Well, how many bones are in one person two hundred and two hundred six, but so I could potentially be a person at half. Well the person off so they found one body a full body and then another body and then three hundred bones. So they saw they could be up to life for three or four victims in that location though. Yeah, just in that location. Oh damn, so it's a crazy story. Maybe one day. I'll cover it. Once the whole rest of it comes out your stuff with such a teeth. I'm like, oh my God the future guys. He locked his girlfriend in a metal box off. That's how she died. Anyways, we're not showing and I'm like and then that's our story and yet it off. Yeah, I did that too few episodes ago. I was like I almost did this and she got so excited and then I was no sorry. I forgot what it was. It was the balloon boy. I would love to hear that story. I'm not doing that. No balloon boy for you. Okay, so we're going to be talking about the murders of off Hannah witheridge and David Miller. Hm to British Backpackers. Who were murdered in Thailand? The island of Koh Tao is a small island 250 miles from the Thailand capital of Bangkok is only accessible by boat, but still manages to bring five hundred thousand tourists a year. The beaches are gorgeous and pristine and it is known as a party destination for young tourists. One of these young tourists was Hannah with Ridge. She was a twenty-three-year-old graduate student working towards her Master's in speech and language therapy. Well on a break from school Hannah decided to do some world-traveling her family asked her repeatedly not to go to Thailand because they heard it wasn't safe. But Hannah was in constant contact with her mother to help assure her worries. David Miller was twenty-four years old and was about to start a job at a mining company. He traveled to Thailand from Jersey English song. With his group of friends David and Hanna met on the island by chance because they were staying at the same Hotel on the night of September 15th, 2014. The two groups of friends took all of Hannah's friends and all of David's friends. They kind of met by chance and they start hanging out and there the whole stretch of the island where they're on is filled with these beach front bars. So they stayed out drinking late into the night kind of went bar hopping from bar to bar and at around 2:15 a.m. David and Hanna left the group to take a walk together on the beach there just a few meters outside of their hotel walking back, but they never made it there in the morning after the sunrise. The owner of the hotel is woken up by one of his employees. She's found the bodies of David and Hanna on the beach right outside of the hotel. Oh, wow, the crime scene was horrific with blood covering the sand both victims home. Have been bludgeoned to death and a garden tool is found nearby covered in blood. So the local authorities they're called The Royal Oak police are called to investigate but on this small island, there's only six officers. So not fair. That's great. Yeah, like a giant tourist destination. Yeah. Yeah, there's only six month for service to police the whole island. Well, that's crazy when they arrived they immediately run into problems controlling the crime scene locals and tourists are flocking through important of areas enough. Yeah, you had a lot of people reported taking pictures of the victims and posting them to social media go. Yeah, people are terrible a senior officer was sent from police headquarters. Some Bangkok to take over the investigation and Control the Chaos. He personally called David and Hannah's families to apologize for the poor conduct conducts at the crime scene. Yeah, so I guess their families had seen the pictures. Oh God on social media and told I don't know before they were told but it was like one of those things of like those photos should have never been released. Yeah. Yeah, like a public dead need to see that know and especially I mean, especially not the victims families. Oh, yeah. So the Thai Royal police the one of the senior officer he's like in charge of everything called them in personally apologized. But I mean, you can't take that back. So there's so much you can do about it. Like damage has been touched. Let's traumatizing no matter what way you cut it. Yeah. I'm a forensic team is called in to gather and test evidence from the scene. They test the murder weapon cigarette butts and the victims themselves for evidence early on the police dog. That they have a lead the DNA profiles of two Asian men were recovered from Hannah's body the police began a wide sweep of the island trying to take a DNA swabs from as many Asian men as possible. Well in most countries around the world forensic testing is taken care of by someone independent from the police force to ensure a proper chain of custody and bias from affecting the results in Thailand or suburb the police handled the whole process. Hm. Oh the six of them off. All six of them is a lab tech what a mess. It is a faster mess. So at this point sixty more officers have been sent from the mainland to kotel from Police Headquarters to help manage. Whatever's happening scene. Yeah, right so the dog Officers Focus their search on the Burmese migrant population of the island the Burmese often outnumber the ties on the island and perform most of the manual labor jobs and service jobs are on the island. Most of the Burmese population has immigrated to the island illegally and are looked down on by the Thai citizens, even though they outnumber them off you all the crappy jobs for them. Hey, that sounds a lot like a Human Rights group and migrant worker rights received a lot of information during the investigation into the murders. There were claims that the Royal Thai police were torturing Burmese then to try to get a confession. Oh, wow. Oh man over there. I'm reading this the first time you're like, I'm just as surprised as you guys I skimmed it like earlier today there were reports of boiling water being poured on video game. To try and elicit confessions the Thai please deny that these claims are true though. Of course, of course, they do has to come from somewhere. Yeah, like, you know, just throw. Okay. So either way I would probably throw yeah and in the winter and the documentary that I watched there there was photographic evidence. Yeah. So how do you refute but of course they say like, well, I don't know that didn't have them in a city like maybe maybe maybe he boiled and burned and maybe it was a September that we don't know about all dead. Yeah, of course, there's Governor. That's for sure number seven. We don't need speed of him. He's just quietly there. Yeah. Yes looks like an executioner month So eventually three Burmese men are spotted on CCTV footage near the beach on the night of the murder and they're brought in for questioning and one is released birth. Or to sollen and way Pio were held on immigration charges because they had illegally immigrated and they were interrogated the to claim that they were tortured by the police for hours until they confessed zsalynn claims that he was abused by the police and told that if he did not confess he would be burned alive or have his limbs cut and thrown into the ocean to drown what the hell but if he did convey if he did confess they would only sentence him to two years in jail. It's a big jump off. Yeah, right the Thai police however claimed that when the suspects are entered into their custody. They're taken to the hospital to have their physical condition documented. There were no signs of abuse on the report in the mid never asked for additional Medical Care. But if it happened after their intake then that and like what exactly odds with the you know, the medical professionals are going to be like hey, so I'm going to go against the police here and say that yeah, they totally tortured them like, yeah, right. Yeah, but also if they were convicted with two years, do you think the family would consider that Justice? That's true? Yeah, exactly. So the police were able to find an Apple phone at an address linked to one of the suspects that belong to David Miller way piyo claims. He found it on the beach though the two faced trial for murder on July two thousand or in July 2015. So this is a quote pulled from Time Magazine at present the case rests on DNA evidence linking cigarette butts found around twenty meters from the bodies next to a crooked log, whereas all in and way up. I'll admit they were playing guitar and drinking beer on the evening in question. These samples purportedly match those received from witheridge has corpse but many have concerns that the scene was contaminated immediately after the discovery of the bodies with a myriad of officials journalists and even bewildered tourists were seen trapezing through the area while evidence was still being gathered gruesome photos of the bloody corpses circulated online either leaked by officials or even taken by a passerby leaked by officials Thailand's forensic. Chief has said that by not using trained Specialists police contradicted the principles of forensic science. Yeah big-time the Thai Place claim that the DNA evidence on Hannah's body was a hundred percent matched two suspects, but that's not how DNA works. Apparently, none of Hannah's DNA was present in the samples. The defense had Thailand's Firenza wage. Chief who was horrified at the way the evidence was handled at the crime scene testify at the trial. There was no medical exam ER. I'm horrified to know medical examination at the crime scene when the evidence was recovered and the bodies were not examined until they had been moved from the beach. So Jesus many items that would have held crucial forensic evidence were not tested such as Hannah's close when the forensics Chief re-examine the murder weapon. There were two DNA profiles on it that a victim David Miller and one profile from a Known Unknown man who is neither of the suspects for the force that would have for the force that would have been had to have hold on for those thoughts type the notes that I'm sorry. I don't even know for the force. I would have had to have been used. So we all the garden tool there's no way that there would be no touch DNA found. I read it right thumbs up because I don't know when I typed the tool was basically like a hoe, right? And so for you to swing it with enough Force to bludgeon somebody to death third. Yeah, definitely would have been the h d in a left on the handle. Also two people like that's just interesting that he was able to kill two people with the same thing. Yeah with the blunt force trauma, like exactly he would have to like knock down for now just one. Yeah really quickly. Well, so it was reported that David was first bludgeoned and then thrown into the song shallows of the water where he drowned. Oh, wow. Oh so he was knocked out and then he drowned in the water. Yeah. Yeah and Hannah there was dead. Affected sexual assault and then she was bludgeoned to death. Yeah, but yeah, it's interesting because neither of the suspects for the crime their DNA is not filmed at all. Okay, which yeah, how how do they find it on her body? If it not on the there is so there is no like concrete evidence of how they found it. Oh and like they're saying it's a match of a hundred percent. Yeah, which is rare for that to happen. Yeah, it's usually like 99.999, right? And there's like, it's a perfect match. Yeah, they removed the DNA samples from her body and there's no Trace Amounts of took her DNA in them, right which doesn't make any sense. Yeah. No. Yeah, so I don't know if like with the corruption going on. They pulled the DNA from the cigarette butts off. That's what I'm thinking. Yeah, just like whatever we'll just pick these like we found this these guys probably did it. But when most of the crime scene yeah, it was here seriously and then when they requested to rerun the DNA samples, they said that they didn't it was all destroyed in the first desk cuz there was a bouquet of course so convenient venient. Yeah. Okay. So the trial for three months and David's family is present for most of it Hannah's family also attended it was a really hard event for him for them because they had to rely solely on translate. She has to be able to understand the proceedings of the Court. There were also reports of Hannah's family members having to leave the court when they showed the crime scene photos and talked about her attack. Yeah. Yeah. The prosecution was seeking the death penalty for the two suspects and in Thai courts, there are no juries so long The case is decided by three judges. Okay, and sketchy it's funny because when we talked to dead curious It's So Different in a South Africa, it's one judge. There's no jury just one judge. I remember like hearing that and I was like what I was like I was like, but what if the judge is bad? Yeah, like so biased you just paid off to have a certain. Yeah, that's true too. They can exactly tell the judges quickly returned with a verdict of guilty and agree to sentence the death penalty and appeal and appeal is planned. But the two are currently on death row despite concerns raised by the public and whether it just family they say that they are very pleased with the investigation conducted by the Thai police Miller's family also expressed confidence in dog. Tied you just judicial process saying that the evidence against the defendant seemed powerful and convincing. I was just want closure. That's yeah, that's what like thinking can be really think of it as closer. If like any part of you doesn't think that those are the right people like well Hannah's sister is one of the ones who's like, yeah, I don't think that's great. And I think she started a few petitions and she's put stuff kind of publicly online saying like the Thai police are corrupt, they'll do whatever they have to do to protect their tourism industry, right? Absolutely. Yeah, open-and-shut case. Yeah. So this is a quote pulled from a guardian article Heather's family described as a beautiful person inside and out saying she would have gone on to make a significant difference to the lives of many people. One of David's former teachers described him as a bright young man and a Talib. Artist with real potential to forge a worthwhile and fruitful path in his life a year after Miller's death his parents unveiled a memorial for him a bench on the North Coast of his home Island inscribed never let a person sit alone full. So on a new police station has been built that now holds 50 officers still not better than better than six. We're getting getting there may be five years from now. So the mayor continues to try and convince them that the island is safe most likely to protect their tourism industry, right? Kothao is very safe says mayor. I've been waiting for this month and I am sure. Yeah, sometimes it looks right Cheyenne Mother of God. Just listen to your heart. You calling to you. Yeah be confident birth. For hotel is very safe says mere Cheyenne because we have learned for generations to take care of visitors Thursday. I'm sorry. What is that creepy person? Cuz there's I know there's like so many connotations with that. Yeah, we have learned for years to take care of them. And there was a quote pulled from a different article where he had said something of like well if beautiful tourists wear bikinis on our beaches and they're not safe. I don't know what to say about that job or something. I don't know what to say about that. Yeah. I don't even know me and then he backpedaled and was like, well, no. No, that's not what I meant. I just meant. Okay. Well, okay now with all know that your Freudian slip a douche. Yeah, so there have been a string of suspicious deaths on Koh Tao khong Of Western or european tourists and when questioned about the other deaths of the tourists on the island the mayor place the blame on the Taurus pact against the whole comment about you know, how to take care of them real good. Yeah. I miss quoted it because he said the reporter said something like so you're saying that like if young women wear bikinis on Thai beaches, they're not going to be safe and he responded with something like well not if they're beautiful. Wow. Wow. Yeah. Wow. Wow, I roam the viral ever and then and then he back pedal and said, well I spoke badly. Yes. Yeah, you really never can. Do you say that was bad luck. He continues to place the blame on the Taurus by saying that they come to the island to party and lead a dangerous lifestyle that leads to their deaths. He says that they do things they would normally another never do in their home countries and that the culture is the Thai culture and the Western culture is clashing and he says life whether that is leading to overdosing on drugs or alcohol driving too fast and cars or motorcycles that lead to a crash or diving without proper scuba gear or the weight of the deaths is on the Taurus. Wow, bludgeoned don't bludgeon yourself. Yeah, exactly precisely and there were reports of other people being brutally murdered on the island, right which was blamed on the islands kind of undercurrent of drug culture. And there is a couple families there. They call like the time off Iya and there's a whole bunch of like other stuff that hadn't even get into because what yeah, so basically the truth about the murders of Hancock, And David remains undetermined some people believe that it's the suspects that they already have in custody and some people like me. I don't think so think no. Yeah. I mean you got away. Nope. I feel like they got away and I feel like the people they caught are innocent and they just happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. Yeah, they're just happened to smoke a cigarette in the wrong spot. I agree with their plus they're illegal. They're immigrants. They're bur me ya. Yes. They can't fight for themselves. Look down upon. Yep, or the more they try the more likely they are to look guilty in their eyes. Like oh, okay. No, that's exactly what somebody who was guilty would say. Yeah, you know who would say that someone who did it just like that. Yeah. Yeah pretty much, you know, like the way they conducted the whole investigation just sounds super sketch. It's shady. And then yeah, it kind of breaks my heart because when the families had a press conference after The trial they were like, well the investigation was off to a rocky start, but we really believe that the Thai police said everything that they could and they completed like a thorough Immaculate investigation. I'm like no I disagree know are you just trying to answer because yeah, it's easier and it was just sad for everybody. Yeah it is. It's a lose-lose. So that's all we have. Yeah. Also Thursday, we're not going to spend the wheel of murder this week. Cuz we're going to do it too when we record our next episode cuz we're way behind we're thanks to the doorway behind or ahead or something off. But sometimes when we have a super-heavy episode like today, we tell a funny at the end. Do you guys have any fun? He's funny stories. Why do you have a funny? I'm sure I do but I just can't think of anything. Do you want me to go first? And then maybe it'll spur some people sure. Okay, go for it. So one of my little girls who I don't have I talked about her. I don't know if I have on the podcast before she's obsessed with my husband. So we are oh like family pictures right away. And so I draw my family portrait. Okay, this is me. This is my husband. This is my dog. This is my cat. And so of course all the kids want to see a picture of the dog and the cat right? So I show them and she's like birth. About that guy wasn't his name. That's my husband. His name is Zach. She's like that's your boyfriend. I'm like, you know, man, that's my husband. Yeah, and she's like, I want to see a picture of him. So I'm like so I show a picture of Shaq and then later that day. She's playing in the block Center and I'm like, what are you building that building is amazing tell me about it. And she's like, it's a castle. I'm like, oh awesome song who lives in your Castle. She's like me and Zack. I'm like, oh she's trying to steal. Your man is I'm like she's off castle for you. Actually. I don't know. It sounds like a competition. She's got a gamble for him and she's like real Precious. So I mean, I'm like, oh, that's cool. Is okay. So do I live in the castle too? And she legit looks me up and down and just goes no savage. There's no room for you. I was invited to the council just me home. Okay, so there's like two days later. She's drawing a picture and she's like I drew this for Zack and I'm like, oh, well, that's her nice home. You know, I'll take it home and I'll give it to him and I'm sure that he's going to love it and she's like no you need to take a picture of me with this picture right now and send it to him so he can see me when he's at work. I'm like my girl this girl is dead. Out of here that's really like to come for you later. And I was telling our director about this and then she was laughing. So I was like why in the world and then she came to pick her up for the bus and she goes where is Zack and she's like little girls active not work here. Goodbye. How long that's funny. I I still can't think of one have only thing I can think of is when he was being mean to you on the phone the other day and I was like, I'm going to come get you a little boy and then he does Snapchat such an attitude. He's like is she coming over if she come like well that didn't have the right effect. Yeah. He's like especially yeah. Yep. Yeah. He okay. He told me to shut up and I was like little Ashley overheard it. Yeah, and she did not like yeah. She was like don't make me laugh. Over there and he was like, oh is she on her way now? Like we're actually yeah. No, this is not how this works. Like, how do you fight against that way? I know I just gave up. I was like, just please be nice to your mom most of the time. I just I'm like, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Okay change of subject wage. Really? Yeah. Okay, cool. I think do you do you have anything to share too? Well, I don't have any children but I put Alice in Doggy Daycare full first time yesterday. Oh she do she did really? Well. I was spot he saw the doggie. Daycare. We went to has cameras like watched them were you thinking about it? I was afraid of spying I would have been entire day like when my supervisor would come by I would just minimize the screen looking at dogs. And so I sent a screenshot. Our brother and he's like, you're such a helicopter mom, but it was like so proud of her like the gave me like a little doggy report card and said she did really well so and then like he made friends with like three dogs and I'm like that's really good because she doesn't know how to dog because she grew up around cats all the way the way she fights with with other dogs are plays with those dogs as she plays with him. Found like our cats. Yep. She doesn't she doesn't know how to dog. So you're not a Catholic like makes her paws and like wipes her face. I don't like your voice is so cute. Yeah, so I was like so happy and like such a proud like dog mom that like she got along with other dogs in accordance week at home. So now is my like highlight of the week. So that's adorable. Do you have anything Christine my birth? Nephew he is he was turned a year in May and his brand new baby sister was born on the 1st of this month. So he's he's learning how to be gentle with just things in general. So like yeah, he he walks over and he like lightly Pats her head like he would a cat or a dog and then whenever he sees yeah whenever he sees this cat he he calls them meows. I smoked he he's taken to slapping his new thing. If you're holding down he likes to slap you in the face and I was over there earlier today and he was sitting on my brother's lap and he he slapped my brother's cheek twice the first time my brother said no don't he slapped him against my brother lightly slapped started crying how to play it out like that. That's how it feels. That's why you don't pass. He's like, I don't care. I'm one and I don't understand how dare you not funniest little kitty kicked me out of my chair cuz he apparently likes to climb up on benches now. So like I got up to make room for him to get up there. I was going to put him in his baby seat and he climbs up onto the the bench just sits down proudly and starts grabbing my French fries. Oh, you're like wow, like I guess help yourself little thing off. I guess. Yeah, that's what we're doing now. So they have experience in your way is just a hilarious kid kids are funny me Super Bowl. Well, thank you ladies for coming on and joining us some awesome. True crime stories. Yeah for having us. We all look very tired of like midnight here in Georgia like Easter time here here. We're about to play spooky games in Georgia. Got the chef and over here, man, whatever, California Nevada you guys all right. I'm just in the middle. Yeah, you're in the middle. Yeah, we like to end our show by saying remember we don't really know how to pick it up every time try a different thing every week. It's not illegal to be weird, but it is illegal to murder. I love you Schmidt early off on Monday. Excellent. I see most of you returned and relatively unscathed Bravo. I hope you enjoyed your visit to know Bill and look forward to seeing you again next time.

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Ep. 114 - Laughter Feels Good

Athletico Mince

38:26 min | 5 months ago

Ep. 114 - Laughter Feels Good

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THE NERD ON! UPDATE - Wonder Woman 3 in Development, Nintendo Non Profit, The Office on Peacock

Nerd On! The Podcast

29:52 min | 10 months ago

THE NERD ON! UPDATE - Wonder Woman 3 in Development, Nintendo Non Profit, The Office on Peacock

"In the sheedy update degrees wind. What's going on everybody. Welcome back to the update our weekly show in which we answer questions from the audience and talk about the weekly news that excites us and this is the first update of twenty twenty one not introduce the hosts on this show. We keep. Go ahead josh to this news. Judge mine news is that Nintendo of america has partnered with a nonprofit organization called starlight children's foundation to get nintendo switch gaming stations into hospitals and healthcare facilities across the country stations will have more than twenty five games including super mario party and the legend of zelda breath of the wild among other games and Apparently actually nintendo starlight have been in partnership for almost three decades. And they've gotten over seven thousand two hundred gaming stations to more than eight hundred hospitals and healthcare facilities over that time For me this is. I mean reading. Through some of the articles many of the healthcare professionals that are involved or have seen these in place. It's a it's a wonderful way to provide an escape for children that are in situations and they have some health struggles and having that way of playing video games and escaping to a world like breath of the wild and all that kind of stuff and for me charity work and all that kind of stuff is really important to me and so seeing something like that. I think it's it's really neat. So that's it. Short and sweet next mine is also pretty short and sweet. Let's your caitlyn all right. Okay tom so the office. It has been on net flicks for a very very very long time and now it is moving over to peacock. But there's a little little bit rigmarole with this so with netflix. It was trying to make peacock happen. Notes freemium guys. Well yes so netflix's was you pay your membership. The all of the things and now that it's going to be on peacock the first two seasons are going to be for free but seasons. Three through nine. You'll need a subscription to the premium service. Which has four ninety nine a month. But that's with ads. If you want it with no ads it'll be nine ninety nine a month also hulu mouth it okay. Yeah so maybe it's it's hooley method and further the like my old roommates used to fall asleep to that show so basically if that was your like lullaby at night. Now it's going to cost you ten bucks a month so everybody's so the question is this is not is ten bucks to fall asleep. It's ten bucks only watch the office. That's what you're catering to. And i'm all for free you can have youtube. That's what it is that mean that means of like. Ob one where he was like. You're supposed to bring analyst. Isn't it shows anna cannon. It's like streaming services joined the tv providers. But but i mean. I think that's just a way of encouraging by the box. At by all of it by it. So you have it forever. Then you don't have to pay streaming whatever because three months of that four months of that like you're going to be able to buy a lot of that now. I hate that that was neither short nor sweet short short in felt long because it was heartbreak. Oh that's true. I'm sarah. I gotta gotta gotta got well and but at least a little bit extra. Is they do actually have some never before. Seen footage like they're trying to sweeten the pot. They're they're they're trying to to make it better so they're like. Oh here's this poison pie but it's got with cream on top. I do like with green so poisoned by exactly like just like you just like that. So now that caitlyn's don is it corey. Do you have anything. Sorry why would you do i. Just i just pulled up people's names. Because i told you i i told you. I'm tired of digital's to this show and i used to do it this week. It's the new year we're going to start off we're gonna start off with poisoning. So am i gonna yes. You're going. I'm going silly billy discussed it beforehand time. Hey man's new year new year new fear so the time of this episode if you haven't watched her ready you're probably not gonna watch it though one room in hundred eighty four came out. You probably not gonna watch it for like two weeks holiday season anyway. So listener coming this thursday but that being said on christmas day warner brothers. Or toby emerick announced that wonder woman three was going to be greenland and In the works and patty jenkins and gal gadot the duo the bras the first two films will be returning. They have not talked about. Who else will be part of the producers world by more than likely charles rovan the snyder's and whoever they want to throw in there but the writing will be interesting because it has changed from the first one to the second film and a comes off the quote unquote i say quote unquote. Because this is from like the studio heads and all that stuff success of releasing this film on Showmax in theaters worldwide The same day which a garnered a hung over one hundred million dollars in the box office so far and with its announcing going to hbo. Max i think it turned. Hbo max from an eight million users subscription service to a twelve million users subscription service and. That's hbo max's. Only in america so far so it'll be interesting to see again when it comes to the world but yeah so we're all three Finally a female superhero trilogy. Baby we have it we. We made it y'all or getting it or slag we made it a so. I'm excited for it. I think if gal gadot wants to play one win for the rest of your life. I wouldn't be mad about it. Petty jenkins is a filmmaker. And i know that she comes from an independent world and read or sometimes she might want to do anything. She has also being broke. Squadron or doing rogue squadron for star wars is not disney plus a pure. It's going to have the actual release so her. Avenues are open so it might be. We have different eras night like christopher nolan. I wouldn't expect him to do a fourth dark knight movie so if you if she wants to go do other things after third film and they're still more one woman to be bad. We'll see. i own has an interview chris. Hemsworth had a few years back. Where i just wanna play for forever. And everyone's like do that. i did. We're good with that. I wouldn't mind seeing like a wonder woman that like ends up. Having a kid in the future of. i don't know who knows. Woman is a minefield spoilers. A gold mine of like how many new things we can have with an different stories. We can tell that. I mean like and this is what i'm going to say about. It's like we've had like same stories like do superheroes so now we can. Hopefully normalize having more female superheroes and have that landscape and you know. I think they mosquito is a cool place to be girls. Only and i'm like that makes sense. I feel about as dude. I'm like i'm okay. Never being able to go to this place. Because i'm going to and that's been the story of men and women for a long long time and so women deserve to have their superhero. Be like have like seven seven sequels afterwards too. I'm about it. Yeah wonder woman her own quest for peace and then we'll lock away from it but that's all the news i guy baby. Yes and so the next part last part of our show is in which we answer questions from you and the people and if you are a member of the nerd on nation you do get what we call a nerd on nudge. Get your questions put to the front line nonetheless. If you would like to submit your questions you can send an internet email letter to our internet. Email at house that only god on dot. Tv or you can go to nerd on dot tv backslash questions which is on the internet which is it is on the interwebs which you interface with your smart device. Yeah definitely but you can ask anything anything. Like for example brad asks. What's your favorite. Did man no man. I've been thinking about it a lot. I it's really hard to choose so for those who are unfamiliar with the term crafted Who who gripped krypton in the first thing you'll say is some dictionaries and encyclopedias defined term crafted as an animal. Whose existence is unsubstantiated aka loch ness monster for big jersey devil exactly so practicing same brain abominable ban while you could crush of bob. Rable bo bay a network. We just make a new krypton. That's my favorite. So so so. There's a whole big varieties. There are the aquatic ones. There's the terrestrial ones. There's there's also like winged ones so like. Are we just going to pick like one. Yeah one wants question. What's one is your favorite. That was the question. And we're sticking to. Y'all i honestly think the one that terrifies me. The most and the one that i think is most realistic. And therefore i like is like the cracking error fuss. That's like yeah it's horrifying 'cause you could just feel like swimming along and then you're just like a dust mote getting e lame horrific stuff. I'm scared to swim in a lake. That i can stand in the way. Are you saying that humans shouldn't be subject to the same fear that rest the annual keynote. Not saying that at all. Saying i'm afraid of Josh allen i'm there i mean moth man's pretty choices will. I didn't even know that. Richard gere man was a real thing like so in fallout. Seventy six mothman is actually a big part of it because it takes place west. Virginia and i didn't realize that mothman was actually a corrupted. I know that intel this question. It's really interesting anyway I've always been really fascinated with bigfoot. I just sometime this monster to just because of scotland. Bigfoot in america like i it's just i find it fascinating and lie. Yeah sorry i was gonna say. Because i had a dream that was being chased by bigfoot. That is terrifying terrifying. I woke up. You know you wake up like are as you're waking you kind of are aware of what you've done while you slept. No i was hyperventilating. When also when i was like whoa i was like i woke up and i was like i was really scared in that dream because it was like the way the dream happened was like the way bigfoot was was like this woman who took care of this kid but then he just growing up. The natural things became big bigfoot. But then the thing is he would always try to have like a brother and sister and children into the woods. And things you can run a certain distance away from the woods and you'll be fine and then for me. I was a kid in this dream. And then i'll like run away runaway past the threshold of quantum safe but he kept running. He kept chasing me. And i was like. I'm running as fast. I can't but he's just a big man so it was terrifying what i was like. Oh so now. When i think it'd be from like he i don't i don't mess with that. I don't trust like that no more. I feel like when you explained the barrier of like you can run to this point but like then he won't go any further and then when that dream logic breaks and it goes further. You're like no. And that's why i was like he's not supposed to go this far. I ran into a suburb. And he was still chasing me on this earth history. We're anymore. Oh my god. I've always. I mean i always did have a soft spot for my man before seventy six came out which was why it was so exciting that he was actually in it. Finding that museum like you see when i come in kind of guy but yeah either that or I'll stick with that mark man. I like all that kind of stuff. I love reading about that stuff. I don't believe in any of it. But i love reading ledge like it's kind of like there are so many in the us. It's almost like american folklore You know i mean it's like our own mythology So i dig it. I mean it. I actually Participated in an engineer for a podcast. That did an episode about like big foot and they're talking about cryptic and there are people that studied this shit and like it is american folklore like it completely totally is and it's it's fascinating is just fascinating. I mean my biggest thing to think about with all of this is like what would it feel like to hug mothman not great fluffy fee if you guys look up the misery monster to momo. That's another that was one of my favorites too terrifying. But i thought it was. It's kinda like a giant fuzzy fuzzier. Bigfoot what kind of like chinchilla fuzzy reminded me of like a mix between do you remember in looney tunes. The big red monster. He's like shape but he's got the color of the big muppet monster. Monsters name isn't it like mafia or something sweden's sweet sweet sweden's so he's got the coloring and for of sweden's but he's like the shape and size of the red monster from yeah nice anyway saving. I'll say my then. I'll say momo because we're talking about man momo mom oh For me misery monster. I like it. Because i like how many times it's been in media lately I like loch ness a lot But also i like is. Because i like monsters i love monsters more than like aliens I like this idea that there are. These terrestrial beings that we have yet to discover. Oh and they've are part of this like primal world that we are still trying to learn more about through our own ways of observing science and stuff like that or you know observational science but like it is also pretty far fetched. When you think about it. What what sorry fierberg. Little fierberg thinking about the sasquatch chasing me but the suburbs. Right when i sent you momo too so like it wasn't sure if you saw it and got scared of those led i actually makes me think about because i've used monsters in some of the stories. I like play with them my head and like i want hopefully tell one day by chew kavre as well really cool like new monsters in the night. That's like that like you know. Obviously they're there to teach kids about blah blah about lessons in in values in the world. But i also dislike getty of like you know we aren't the most dominant thing in the world anymore. I remember when i was that way. Unsal i believe unsolved. Mysteries did a cheaper cobra. Episode may remember it. And i remember just like that's another that's one that i'm i'm fascinated with as well But yeah i just remember just being fascinated and terrified at the same time last Next question comes from. I believe you say this. Rim w You've probably answered this before. But what's the origin story of nerd on. We have answered that before but we can go into it again. We'll do no british twenty twenty one and well we had a hunger games style arena and louis about about a thing one hundred and fifty entrance at first and you know we all ran to the middle grabbed. Our weapons hit out in the woods and you know we kind of decided to another. You know. we'll we like we. Didn't we decided a one by one. We just kind of joined. The group realized we had a lot in common start talking about movies. Tv all that kind of stuff and we killed the other. I was i was doing a paul campaign of telling everyone eat the berries and they ate the base and they all died but because i joined a little later premium to join a little sort of the premium. So yeah that's it. That's nerd on out now. So couple of us worked at apple and we just talk about movies and games and whenever new things came out so obviously there was announcements and trailers in the youtube videos and stuff like that and there will be a point where like we would gather around like a computer screen and we would like be excited about it and we will talk about it and the the point where like people would just kind of like hang around and just like talk or be wanting to hear what we thought and you know. I think certain members wanted to do a podcast. I had been in one. Npr had experienced in one. And i was like kind of dreading and all but kind of the Long short of it Soon after we started and we had a cult i episodes alike reached what would felt like around the world really quickly and then caitlyn later on joined so she was no longer preemies. She was now fully formed fully form. Gone yes. I got introduced to her because she was working on. as show And on the season. Finale find on youtube. What story board be. Oh so you won't be a demolitions expert s and stuff up. It's great. And i think it was on recommendation like she's nervous. You know some things and then We put her under this rigorous G. i. jane demi moore Boot camp we rahman together and talked a little bit this rigmarole rahman the facade so oh now here we are baby here here. We omer years later. Three we made we made it through twenty twenty s a week and do anything. We do anything we want in life will live at all anything sweet. Yes last question comes from chase. Thank you for sending an email to the internet email address and he also sent some suggestions which i have added to our extensive list Chase asks who is your favorite stand up. Comedian corey god. I can't cigarette those times. Yeah one of his mainstays. Don't think it's his favorite. I'm for myself when we come down. Come to tom like me. That's it totally male. The no really enjoy like most of most of his comedy is just like. Isn't life kind of ridiculous like here's some ridiculous things that have happened to me. That's pretty ridiculous. And then you're like And that's why. I think it's funny. And also he's deadpan. Delivery which i enjoy greatly john's mazing. Tom singer his stand up specials infinite. He's really good. They only get better and better and better True for me. I like i like very. I guess i'm gonna say this. I'm going to put myself in this pocket. I like very popular. Black comedians aka. Like you know. Kevin what is high cat williams at his height. Those are the ones that hit me at a at a certain age the right times and i really like it. I i mean they're michael j. anything. I would have like a netflix special. I've liked him. And i think in that sense of i wish had known more stand up comedians of different things i mean i like all types of i really really like standup. I've talked about it. Poli a lot. But Deja helpline number one right now just because i think i've liked the way that he's kind of maneuvered his career in a weird way as now become like much more than a comedian and now he's kind of like this weird like moral compass of the entertainment industry in a weird way and it's like You know. I think his his old standards are like phenomenal and this from someone. That didn't even really watch chapelle show until like after it aired and like watching his most recent ones and then watching what he's done recently in twenty twenty like there's one youtube video you could probably find it where he's using he's playing with material because you know you go to a club and it's a three hour long video and like not great quality but it's just him smoking sitting down on a stool just going over material and talking to. I tried that. I guess i didn't work out so let's try this one. It's not a joke and i was like. Wow it's like really interesting. I was like. I probably will put it on for a little bit. Probably get bored. And i listened the whole thing and i was like well good. And that's kind of thing where it's like. You know the art of stand up comedy is really interesting. I saw eddie murphy and jerry seinfeld talk about it and it's also very interesting to see like you know it's it's really a muscle but also like it's like riding a bike you go back onto very you know it's what you do. So yeah josh. This is so growing up. Stand up comedy was a big part of our house like Comic relief That robin williams whoopie goldberg and I can't billy crystal hosted this major event comic relief and is this major stand up comedian Event and we always recorded it and we always watched it so Stand up comedy has always been something. I was then i just loved So it's like this is really really hard. Because i think of wanda sykes jim breuer I love jim breuer But i think the person. Oh eddie at certain i just love eddie. Irvine is good. But i think the number one that just always always always will be on the top of my listeners. Robin williams i just he. It's funny to see the things the the movies that i mean that we know and love patch adams aladdin all these things that he was a part of and then to see him do standup. He's just so crude. And i love it. I just it was. Just i. Bob sag crude bomb saying it was a whole 'nother thing but robin williams will probably always take the cake for me. Close will be got town eddy izard. Jim breuer jim brewer. He just cracks me up. His impressions are just so good glory. You're not going to get 'cause i don't know. Yeah so. I thought if i don john mullane now he's up there. I honestly don't have won oscars threes. So you can give us three. I don't have three. I've grown up with my dad. Loves stand up comedy so we anytime we out his house. It was on twenty four seven starting from like george carlin. Richard pryor all the way up to like present day stuff. I don't i. there's no way. I can have a list. I just can't i. It's also my go-to when i'm stressed i'll put on stand up comedy in the background over and over again and when i first moved to la. When i drove everywhere my only pandora's station i had stand up kendra I like i. When i there's i don't know if i can like i love that question if you if you want to d- me on my social media's i'll give you a list of like forty comedians. You should check out before you die or we live meetings or us episode. Because you've got anywhere from like richard. Pryor george carlin to like grammy yosef and any or patent oswald and nausea mitch hedberg and mitch. Yes don rickles or joan rivers. You have pignataro Bill burr like. There's an extensive list my whole body. Love stand up comedy. I can't it's like really really difficult for me to stand up. Comedian like it's like that's. Christopher titus is one of my favorites as well because he does story type type comedy Patrice o'neal bernie. Mac like hudson. I just can't. I can't that's okay. So those great. And you made a great list for people who wanted to take the bo burnham although burn burn dang so hard i'll say this is george carlin has a special place because i had the chance to see him. I didn't. I'd say i said to myself that i'd see him next him. Came to town passed away. So that's always been like. He's the one that got away. Yeah because i his book his book jesus passed the pork chops. I think it is called or something like that. i think that's it read it. it's fantastic. It's a really wonderful book that that that has been this week's update thank. Thank you everyone. So much for listening If you are new to nerd on thanks for listening we appreciate you. Check out our website nerd on tv. It has all of the information on everything that we do including all of our socials all of our video content on you to our twitch and which we we stream pretty often Wherever you listen please stop by rate and review subscribe and also share share with your friends. Your family blast. It's all over the interwebs That's how that's how things like us grow. Shares having friends and you're taking over the world but surely come along in the world but Yeah thanks so much for listening happy new year. You know the drill as always.

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The Big Suey: Best Mistake Suey Category

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

36:30 min | 2 months ago

The Big Suey: Best Mistake Suey Category

"Presented by climate power education fund does big oil care about our streets flooding or our home burning not according to an exxon mobil top lobbyists. Did we aggressively bite against Some of the science. Yes you know. We were looking out for our shareholders. Take care about prophets not people learn more at polluters dot exposed. I was thinking about this. Chris cody in the shower this morning. And you could not me have sort of. Yes about you your contention last week. That the phuc comes out of nowhere when indeed. it's the exact opposite Takes years to build. It doesn't it is not nobody has six pack and then the next day has a fuca it takes a long time to go but you never say to about somebody like. Oh that that. That's like the that's a baby food. It's like either a fuca or they just look normal so it's just there are no fuca a year so but no it's just that's a football ermo put it on the poll please at lebatardshow is there such a thing as a baby fuca because i think he may have checked made it me there if you miss the local hour you know that the cody's are checked meeting me at every turn. Greg cody is still holding out. I don't know if he's coming in tomorrow. Check out the local hour. Because he talks about it some any talks about his relationship with armando salgueiro. Very disappointing. you guys disappointed that he took the high road there the way that he took the high road there. I just don't believe those were honest. Sentiments from greg cody takes out. Aubrey huffing mccollum. But then doesn't have anything to say about a guy who sits a couple of desks away from him. Growing up at the miami herald yeah would have been much more satisfying if he came on and just started talking absolute shit about some guy. I don't even know who it is. But that would have been really. Satisfied is not even getting paid. He's not gonna burn his only source of income by burning bridges and going after co workers. I wouldn't i mean how about this dan. why don't you offer to pay him more. He just comes on and rips all of his enemies each week billy. I don't think he has a greater one than her mondo salgueiro. Even though he would immediately that even though he wouldn't mention that and what i was laughing about. Is you tell me when. Maria taylor was in the middle of her kerfuffle at espn. Amine and jamal came on here and people were dying for any little bit of industry gossip. He always wants clicks for his podcast. Every turn a place to get them is to gossip about a colleague on the front lines in sports of this political and race war. That is in the middle of everything that's happening. In america and around the country he no commented clicks. He could have been a place where people would have gotten indus interesting industry gossip from him exclusively on his podcast and he sat it out after writing an aubrey huff column because he wanted the problems that come with an aubrey huff column but he didn't want the problems that come with going after armando salgueiro akali the rare display of empathy for aubrey. Huff not something you see. So he went out on a limb with his herald article but when it came to our mondo and is on air comments. Nowhere to be found. There are a lot of things happening in the world. That are troubling right now. We will try to take you away from some of them. We talked about afghanistan some in the local hour. We haven't even talked about haiti. One of the places in the world that could least afford that kind of earthquake devastation. So we will try to slalom course around all of the horror and tragedy. That is every time you turn on your television. I told you recently that i was watching. News for fifteen seconds and it was new variant wildfires opioid crisis and it was fifteen seconds. It wasn't even the news. It was a commercial for the news. That's you turn on your television and it's biblical apocalypse. What your video coming out of aghanistan right now is an unspeakable horror and i will remind you again. If you're somebody who cares about sports how The life of pat tillman was wasted on a cause that spans across governments across politics. Twenty years of american failure. You see what we tried to build in afghanistan with our weakened strength and twenty years worth money and it collapsed in days everything we were trying to build and that is what the nfl gives you during the super bowl when it is putting on a commercial that is remembering pat. Tillman a life wasted. No less noble on his cause. But i remind you again of that funeral in the morning whereas brothers grieving brother was drinking a beer. And telling you spitting at you threw acid. This is no greater thing here where he's living beyond a smiling because he did. Something aerobic is was a final death that was covered up by our government in just in just a horrific symbolic mess and the idea that the nfl still trots that out as something to throw in your commercials during the super bowl speaks to Just how what a what a waste. What a waste. His nobility was on behalf of that fight. And i'm trying to slalom course through this while unveiling the sui what is our greatest sui category because you you just told me during the break we've got best mistake. You're gonna come out of the box on our sui week with what is usually traditionally our best category. It's usually ever our best category and it's usually Something that we open with to build you up now mistake. Has i think one time been been best picture but historically you know uncomfortable moment gets their musical performances always a heavy hitter. We're coming out of the box with one of the favorites worst mistake but before we do any of that dan. We also have the traditional. Greg cody musical open. We do have the musical opening. He the voice for what it is that we're doing this year again. Boycotting one of the things that is great about the sui is that it allows us to tap into a year of nostalgia with the listeners. Who listen most die hard and are going to be transported here and what a weird year right. Because we're there's going to be all sorts of stuff from the pandemic when we're in this lonely when we were doing the show from seven different locations and the show had zero chemistry. This was one of the saddest periods. Half of this is espn. The other half is not at espn. Dad's what the the story line from. This year is and the fact that we have way more places listeners and viewers can find us now so their stuff from everywhere laboratory friends not just the lebatardshow but i think last year we were where he would have the audio which was just only holding up a headset to a computer speaker. This is august twenty twenty nine so still in the pandemic but not the not the beginning. Not the worst of the pen i believe. We returned to the studio leitch ally of last year so this is all pretty much. Is there anything in here from the very worst shows in our history which were the first few shows something in particular from the worst show we've ever had in this year suing not to give it away. Okay it's fairly recent. let's go ahead and do it. This is a week long celebration. How many categories are there dan. I'm not gonna get to category until you play the traditional musical okay. Give him his introduction even though he's holding out and now it's time for the sui ease the sui ease enough to make you go. Ooh it's a waltz through the progress past year full of. Mary meant and good cheer with the categories. We hope you'll be smitten. They're fun like clicking columns. Greg cody's written because it's the su- sous louise enough to make you go. I can understand his holdout. Now give him all the money in the world. He's so valuable to our show because he's so good at entertainment worst mistake sui the voice for our us is greg cody. Why we didn't wanna ask hang to do it. We didn't want to why we didn't want to do the work required to frame this better than greg cody. Would well before there was. Greg cody hold out. There was poppies. hold them. It's unbelievable go ahead. Let's go to worst mistake. And now the sui nominees for worst mistake made on the show suge thinks. Alfonso ribeiro is larry fitzgerald fitzgerald so the green right there about that could so there are great ass chris. Cody can't find the name. David stale chain fatty as gone. Dwayne wade goes. I'm not sure what's going on with the culture sinking ship. They realized riley. I mean -sposed never leaving. I feel like what's his name had a going through. It does end the segment. Mike ryan's chubby checker mistake. Just you can't talk about a double digit national titles when every single call of you winning the national title sounds like dance. Oh they running on the sideline even audio. Yeah and there's a wall to veteran pitching into another white guy and he avoids another guy. We got enough fighting. I've done it again for the white notre dame football without newt rock me we would not even have the modern era of college football choppy checker. He's black cheddar. Sorry man in providence. Pretty cool river running down the side. He's definitely right name chubby. Maybe you didn't hear me correctly. His marcus study ticket. It sounds like a college football. Greg cody reacts to one of his terrible golf shots. And lake tahoe. Get some gulf a hesam art. Oh fuck me to reads the internet wrong. Thanks todd gurley is going to the ravens during your enlightened conversation. I got a text from stugatz at said todd gurley ravens which we all had to search for what he meant. Because there's no report saying that. Todd gurley signed with the ravens. He was just texting me about a visit. Todd gurley presently having with the baltimore ravens. Gordon that schefter. I think they I think it's a one year deal now mike so he gets a chance to south again. Right it's a big deal. My approve one year. Broker dealer update. Even though sugata just cited and adam schefter tweet. there is no such tweet. We are still scrambling to confirm. This meant by dollars. Eighty five dollars for reading the internet. Wrong it's just so he says it was adam schefter so i look at adam schefter. Twitter account couldn't find anything and so jess went and tracked down the tweet Here are the red flags on this account. Won the handle spots. Centra like the canadian sports center but not sports spots spots sentra. But you realize you can read that very very quickly. Think it's you know it's a steak number one number two. There was no checkmark. It was that thing that people do to try and fool people of the white circle. That kind of looks like the check mark but not sign number three. The avatar is the sportscenter logo but in fairly sizable print above. Is the word. Not not three science also. Tony pointed out a fourth which is at the picture used of todd. Gurley as him at a rams uniform when he was just in a falcons uniform. All the red flags needs to. God's is still going. Todd gurley ravens buddy. Jeff carl douglas turns to shawn watson into a mustard dijon watson george saint-pierre struggles zoo. It's okay. i'll put the zoom or is it just you wanna go ahead and do it without seeing us or would you like some help. I'm on zoom right now. I just wanna see what do you see. It's now. I see you grow as you know. I see you george i love. This is going to be the podcast. Bright on on the phone and you'll see different views gallery mode. You can switch to your earth. George ashmore very bad with technology. I guess greg cody. Struggles with zoom forty. How did this article dude. Did you get a lot of your beloved clicks. Where you slough slathering your nipples and clicks muted ground. You're still muted array. Gee said that you that you had bubble wrap and they offered for you not to have to walk out with it. But you're like no. I've got a party bone. In my body. Always mute immunity on pat riley calls amina lesson amino acid doria freedom me introduces mardy fish. As marty smith on stupidity from morny smith is with us year. Odds do potty breaks. Start over my last name is smith. Oh my god what am i. Keep it in mardy fish by fred marty. Marty party billy gil tries to say mall walkers by the way walmart wall mall walkers what ornery of wellborn mall walkers is a real thing guts. Thinks texans head coach david. Kelly is white on stupidity. What the texans. Doing lose hopkins watson and then they attempted to try to Impress the shawn watson. Keep them they hire a sixty five year old white head coach. Who's never coach before the nfl. What who's running that organization stugatz clearly isn't listening to dan. Listen it could be. Julius randle building mecca ours julius the mecca. Steve martin was a prop comic. You said that. I set a two seconds earlier than you. Stugatz doesn't understand what double up means. Ravens could double up the call and they are good against every team except the steelers. Fourteen point win there for the raven. Yeah double up two touchdowns. I double up the score. Like if the colts have ten and you double them up. You scored twenty. I don't think different. I don't think the double demo like you explain it to me. Probably my way i understand. But that's not technically doubling up. I think you used the phrase wrong or something happened up plus four. Yes exactly okay. That's what he meant. Of course through touchdown you never see to amaze me. He's amazing he really is. he's just he's he's breathtaking stupidity. Chris cody screws up the classic movie line from a few good men. What about a few good men cody. Do you know what that is yes. Do you know who directed that off now. I just noticed that. The words are you can't i can't handle it was i couldn't a laboratory doesn't know the rules in women's college basketball whenever you see yukon playing in the ncw tournament they've made twelve consecutive final. Four is going for their third t-the and they're being pushed. And i saw the score and baylor was pushing them. They were up in the third quarter. And so i switched over half go third quarter. They played four quarters. Yes i listen. I watched women's college basketball. Damn okay. they play four roles. That i'm sorry i'm sorry to question. What forgetting it wrong. I just major fun. Yeah mike ryan sex. And the city mistake they would try to Bring in some minority characters and you could. Yeah they try. Louis aguirre was wanted. They tried to dabble in latin flavor. He's got more test was one. I've morris amore chacin. I'm sorry god would beefcake in that show maranda. Why didn't you say with them. I mean we're going to go steve on this one series like five minutes later. Oh no up. Oh what happened. I have to clear out after issue. An apology oh no. Is it a sex and the city policy. I would like to formally apologize to blair underwood for calling morris chestnut. Oh wow look. La law man. come on. I feel like they were moving together. And that's what i was doing. Oh i think you just need to apologize not explain you probably think. I don't think that you should go win. We don't put it on the poll. Stugatz can't talk during the bob costas interview right now in the hall of fame. He's that in that. Alan iverson room bob. Dan lebatardshow gets drunk on the air. And can't talk. I'm trying to give our listeners. Drunk given a drunken inner look and this isn't just a pirate she Pirate ship in store. Chris cody dabs during a serious black panther conversation. Sampson was talking about the black panthers. There was dangerous subject matter. And you open wearing a shirt with your name on it. Your dad a little more every day. Not only once or twice like seven times. What the bleep. Were you doing chris other than getting in the way of the show. That's on me now. One thing i've learned about. Which is that. You're supposed to engage with the audience. And that's what i was doing. I'm wondering me telling me adapts donna. Show listen to the show. Would it be online. Dan lubbock can't talk. We were talking to an about Freddie gibbs and we were talking about the possibility of freddie gibbs having actually having the rap album of the year At which point. Chris cody who is too young for this and doesn't know like athletes from the nineties. Chris cody okay. Says is that one of Is at barry gibbs. is he And so then the the bg bg's start playing whilst little bit stugatz doesn't know what valedictorian and salutatorian mean. The best graduating he's senior. Toria billy how do you feel. Thank you roy. That's a tough one. I got well. No that's up. Listen that is up to jim. Gymnasts okay jim nance decides who is the most valuable senior. Okay no one else. You're going to do sourcing figures that given is if that's what you are trying to do there and not the ass couldn't find what is this. What is second place. Do you know what second places for graduating high school senior if you don't get. Do you know what i place is do you. Even though we. I think we just mentioned it and i don't think First place mvs at most valuable senior. At first what's your first place. Do you know what it is to finish in second place. What it's runner up ours. Loser silver medal. The best graduating senior is the valedictorian Ev why is that you spell it. He thinks starts with two v.'s. Asylum be at the beginning. Is that what it yet. Course everyone knows what do you mean. The vino victoria valid vicksburg cavaliers. They won first place victoria. I spent my whole life thinking that is why are you. Sloughing him to give him. The context clue can all right. Want to figure it out adding up figuring it out. Keep giving him pantomime clues soldier. Oh wow he's saluting no charades. We're talking podcast audio we're revolutionize ladies and gentleman we have reached the end of the content streaming age. We have nothing else. Albert do audio that is playing charade. Yes salute stugatz keep going. What's it called second place when you graduate Solutions salutation getting their value. Sal you sal you really know when i really don't him. Who pays attention to these billy screws up saying the word. Broadcaster in iron eagle buries him people. Were speculating last week. That your name was actually in iguana. You switched it around. You became abroad class. But i'm glad that you cleared that up now after the success of iron eagle in iron eagle to did you ever consider naming your son i in eagle to. We did ability. Your first of all my dream was to become a broadcaster. That was my goal when my when my parents have. What do you want and i was seven years old. I said mom. I have this dream. I don't know if. I can one day if i could just be a professional broadcloth. I said well issue go. I n. it's broadcast sit up. He's dead and buried. Come on come on come on. What's the difference between broad classic and cast point billy. I knew that. I had to make changes in my life. Don le batard. Who is the comedian james mulvaney. How do you pronounce his John mullany there. You go thank you. John mullane yeah. That's a bad fine. Wow never started shaking their head. He's arguably the most popular comedian. James moving assets to put it on the poll. is john mulvaney. The most popular columnist at lebanon comedian. Dan tones. it's get us together. Excuse me comedian. My bad he sees the donlevatar show with two guys. Put it on the poll. Please at lebatardshow. Does anyone look more like morning. Television than mario lopez. Because i saw him the other day i guess. He was probably filling in on one of those morning shows. And it's not the only place that i saw the fillings. Because they went close in on the face and this guy's been a teenager across forty years. And i finally saw the work done on his face everywhere except the dimples which will be excavated. Many of years from now by archaeology does things well. It's not only can you not fake them. You better not put any filler near them like those. Those are those are the. That's the money across three the dimples of the money across three decades maybe four decades. If you put filler and a dimple would it fill it and make it like smooth. Put it on the poll gear. Now if you put filler in a dimple wooded fill it and then make it smooth. Furthermore if you put filler and bill o'brien's chin but chin. Well there's nothing it would just keep going into the chin and it would be a never ending. Well of lost filler. It would absorb the needle. Yes all of it. And the doctor. With holding the needle and parts of the unit. Doing the the work earth would cave in on it would just keep going in cities would end up in there. There'd be flooding an avalanche things were just and it would always just retain a russian nesting doll of black holes. Billy why are you comparing. I don't understand the need to compare. Dave and ted lasso. They're two very different shows. I don't understand why you're comparing and contrasting them. While it's not comparing contrasting dan. it's i think. I might have time to watch one of them. And i'm curious as to which one of the two i should watch because it turns out. I've been getting charged for apple. Tv for some time now. And i had no idea that. I had a subscription. Never watched anything apple tv. But i guess at some point. I subscribed because i got a free something and now i'm getting charged for and i cancelled it but i have about what day is today sixteenth. I have about fourteen days before my apple. Tv subscription runs out. Because i already canceled it. I'm trying to figure out. Should i watch this ted last so that everybody's talking about or should watch season two of his dave that everybody's talking about because i saw season one of dave and now sees him one is done by can do season to all back. Toback ted last so is are they done. Can i watch. All the last was back to back. No i only have time for one. So what should i do. Well not all the ted lasts are done. They're releasing one week. And so i even halfway through the second season i haven't. I've decided to hold off until they all get released. I would say probably five episode chunks. So i have held off but bailey if you only have until the end of the month you're not gonna watch until the collusion of season two got a regatta. Renew that apple tv. Plus what is your limit on streaming services because one of the rushes to all the gold here is that people all of these companies. Wanna get into your habits want to get into. Your familiarity is because we are so often creatures of habit once we have something. I don't think the grand majority of us are going in and out of having something and so. Your new menu for television is happening. Everyone who's going off the grid. And i believe i read the other day. That three quarters of people are still not off the grid. This is the future. It's not yet the now but because the streaming services see that it's the future they're all vying to be your next menu television option and they're all fighting and they're throwing hundred. They're throwing billions of dollars all of them to get into your habits and ted lasso is one of the ted last year. I believe is apple's first hit correct. It's the first they've got a tom. Hanks movie they've spent big money on big things that justin timberlake movie. They've spent tons of money intended. Ted lashing it's first hidden content because he iphone was a pretty. I meant apple. Tv plus is what i meant. Air pods have been fairly successful company. I'm pat also. Apple's are just delicious. The morning show on apple plus had a lot of people. That really liked it. I could not get through it but it did have a lot of fans. It's very highly rated. Because i haven't heard a single person talking about. It's kinda like big bang theory. Just a lot of i hear people like this but i haven't actually heard people liking it. The two shows that billy's talking about are so different. I don't even know how to answer this question for billy because ted last so and we love bill lawrence. He's become a friend of the show. Co creator on. Ted lasso is the perfect sweet. Syrupy show for this time at a time that we desperately needed something charming something that felt good and it is in line with sedate guesses spiritual path at life as he has a very public messy divorce talks about it for the first time in spiritual terms and he's he's sort of become this ted lasso character for people in the show has hit because it hits a sweet spot. Dave is ingenious for a number of different reasons. It's a much edgier show. I've heard the season finale season. Two of dave is incredible. It was so good. I it was just emotional. It hit every note. The right way i think people expected more dick jokes and season two and more music and fun and ha ha but the show took kind of more serious turn and so. It's kind of ironic that people that are complaining that it wasn't funny enough in lighthearted enough are criticizing it when that is like fi. Central crux of dave's entire Like insecurity about being a rapper. And like can. I hit another note like people don't want me to. They just want the easy joke all the time. And that's exactly what season two was so good in at times to show is is special and so much smarter and this is even thinking that little dicky is plenty smart but this evolution in his creative career. He went from a surprise hit in season. One and it doesn't have the popularity. The ted lasso does but there were no expectations for that show and then it got word of mouth because people like whoa. This is uncommonly smart and different and funding in a in a in a genre of hip hop where you don't find a lot of this and then the second season with the expectation of funding which is even more difficult again. They've exceeded the expectations by making a really smart show. They're very different shows dan. But they're bo shows that had to overcome a lot of preconceived notions ted lasso also had a very deep hole the dig itself out of. How is this going to be any good. I love it. When shows surprise you and refuse to be pigeonholed into something and just do something totally different. Like that season finale of so sunny where it ends with a beautiful choreographed dance number in an expression of mac finding out he's gay and frankly and like i get it he was was beautifully done and it doesn't match any of the show. I've seen season one in the complete season one. Abo- shows eileen ted lasso. Because i guess in search of that positively just hate at the right time but they're both tremendous shows find time for both. I'd say billy find time now. He's telling you doesn't have time for both these. Makings demanding a choice from us. I think i'm gonna watch neither honestly. It sounds like they're both too exhausting. It's too much words. Too much on. Both ends of them are such easy watch like they're not at all. It's gonna go my god this tax shepherd kristen bell it's delightful to families. One of them plays for each team. It's great you could win. One hundred thousand dollars boom forty minutes. I'm done. I think you need to honestly carve out some time for frogger. The game hosted by. Kyle brandt and damon wayans junior peacock exclusive. It's frogger is that real but with people and yes. It's real about this. I don't understand so someone jumping jumping on a law. See i'd be way more onto like enact like humans having to dodge traffic and boom. There's a game it's the most dangerous game well. No that's hunting human either way. This is frogger the game. We're which takes virtual aspects but instead of cartoon animated frog. It's a human billy. What's this reality show. Have you talked about this before family. Game fight yes now. it's a game. Show dan dax. Shepard christon belts new. I think there's only been one episode so far founded the other day on hulu who is great for like watching things that you didn't know were shows you might wanna watch and then they just like appear there like a day or two after like that. Lego i've been watching lego show even though they did a disservice to the legal masters because they started doing this because of the all star game and the olympics and all this stuff that they weren't putting out new episodes for awhile and then it was a whole but we don't need to get into that ooh crime-scene kitchen. That's another going to see. Crime scene kitchen dan. You need to be watching. Dave and ted laso. This is the sewage that you're watch you haven't seen crime scene kitchen though have you seen. I've not all right. You know cooking shows ray. Yes forget everything you've ever known about a cooking show that's crime scene kitchen a most cooking shows they give you a prompt. They tell you what to make or they tell you this is more or less what should make crime scene kitchen very different crime scene kitchen. You go into a kitchen where a crime has been committed a cooking crime well. Crime hasn't been committed. But what happens is there's this kind of like a mess of all the ingredients that were used some which were not used and you need to figure out what it is that was cooked in that kitchen and you need to make that and if you do it at around one you get a heads up on round two and if you don't do it on around to your outta here hosted by joel mchale. Who hosts everything now. It's a great show. And they did this. Weird thing where they had two different groups at graying groupie both going on at the same time so one week you one the next week you watch another group and at the the semifinals. Everybody came together than that was where you find out who was the best at solving the crime scene kitchen. Cry guillermo put it on. The poll does joel mikhail host. Everything now i need to watch this. Billy the sounds right up my alley. I love baking competitions and it looks like yolanda gam post that. She's got this like viral instagram paper. She's making these ridiculous cakes dan. These cakes are ridiculous. We were talking about smart television. This conversation started with ted lasso. And dave how did how did it end up over here. What crimes has dave or ted law so saw dan. None crime-scene kitchen but you just said they're not actual crime. Was ted law so.

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Episode 20 Adam I. Lapidus Producer and Writer

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Episode 20 Adam I. Lapidus Producer and Writer

"Welcome to the lights camera pro podcast where we interview entertainment pros about their careers and how they became successful in the industry the secret to their success here every week here's your host Sean then Tara. Everybody welcome to lights camera pro podcast. I'm your host Shaw Vittore and I just want to say subscribed to a youtube page liken sheriff facebook page and download at Apple podcasts our guest. This week is Adam Lapidus. He has been a PA for the show taxi. He worked on the simpsons he worked on full House. Some Disney shows he's a b. you professor got a lot of stories. It's GonNa be fun. Let's go. Adam. Lapidus is here. Adam. Thank you so much doing this man I appreciate it. Wasn't doing anything else. I know a lot of people sitting around right now, which is really cool for me I'm getting. Actually. Interview with two Comedians next week, lace Larrabee and Mark Kendall who are always on the road and would not have a computer would not be able to do this. So. That's very exciting for me with all these people home getting tons of podcast interviews the let's there's good stories coming out of this. Happy. For you. It is good man and. In the future, it's going to you know I'm going to get all these well, maybe next week maybe in two weeks but everybody literally is like I'm game. Let's do it. Anything to keep myself occupied. Day Plan those plenty of walking in the living room to the kitchen but now. I can see how many dog walks because my freelance. Editor my freelance dried up at, walk my dog three or four times a day for a long time and listened to. A quality, a QC my podcast, but also listen to other ones, Amy Schumer Chang and stuff. Okay. So let's get started. So when you did you know When you were. A. Child a teenager in college. When did you know that you wanted to work in the film and TV industry? actually, very young. I was basically the kid who just I just stayed home and washed every Sitcom back in my day I you know I was just that was my total entertainment Back. Then we're talking about shows Chico the man Mary Tyler Moore Carol Burnett. Live for watching. You know all those shows did you watch? Sanford and son? Of. Course Sanford. And Son and Yeah Yeah Times mccamley. Guy Good Time Jj Janet Jackson. Family. I didn't all families a little old for me on nine quite get close. But I was huge Mary Tyler Moore. Bob. Newhart Carol Cowburn. Of. Manage shows people don't member anymore We're talking Barney Miller do all this is just like this is like my world I. Loved it. And is, I'll try made story shorter. For Living, came. As like seven teen and. Long story it's a long story I could give you the long version if you. Said, a log version is my career actually kind of started back in Brooklyn during World War Two and no. I'm not that old as most Brooklyn. My father actually grew up in Brooklyn and he had a best friend named David win their kids in you know right when World War started and their best friends than David. Spotter moved to La when their kids. As they father was a writer So many many many years later watching the Bob Newhart show the original Bob Newhart show father and he sees the name accredit a writer on it producer named David Davis. And my father goes Oh my God that was the name of my buddy who lived across the street and Flatbush and you know his dad was arrives for these things maybe it could be so my father actually wrote a letter to the studio. Today at you know basically saying you the same damage lived on such and such avenue, and if you are I was your neighbor and you took my toy pt boat. David wrote back and said, yes, I'm the same David PT. It was wartime. And they became like buddies again in their forties like a teenager. So. David was very successful writer. Producer. He worked on GET SMART VI ended up he ended up creating the original Bob Newhart show, and one of the people he worked with a lot kind of NSA discovered but worked with allow allows guys named Jim Brooks Jim. Brooks. says. Yes. So we all know Jim I was arguably the best writer in television but arguing because it's true. So. Is. One of my friends news. Yeah. At He wants to Oscars for chairs dearmer's nine including creating Mary Tyler Moore. Taxi the simpsons. Now, he's got. So I'm sixteen and she in New York in David's New York and Gyms having a party is house and I'm an obnoxious kid and I make jokes all the time. So we're in the party and I'm doing making it noxious jokes just because that's who I am. It's a condition can't my wife she apologized to people go. He's a comedy writer Sisli. Doug. And on after the party, my father said Jim thinks you're funny and he wants to know if you want to be a summer PA on taxi at paramount out in Los Angeles. Wow. Insane and I was like while I was planning on staying home playing scrabble but this. Paramount you know on what I feel is the best TV show ever tax. Sure I'll do that So I had a rush get my driver's license. You know crazy stuff I ended up staying I'm seventeen I'm staying dorm working at paramount and. That's when I see like this a room full of people. Writers just sitting around telling jokes like Oh my God. Ryan hand by the way that room was the the. Yankees, writing cleaner Charles by this went to create a cheers Sam Simon and all these amazing maze round. Dark. God. knows. Crazy. Crazy I mean forgot. And I actually wrote a spectacular scrape when I was there because I didn't know better be I didn't know enough to be nervous not which which is actually a gift. Like are we say like Dula teaching now and I, say you know the meek shall inherit the earth, but they won't get anywhere in entertainment. Yeah term lightly aggressive. I wrote a psychic taxi and I gave it to them and they're all very encouraging. You know and that was kind of the moment between my junior year in high school. When I went okay. This is what I wanna do for a living. I actually feel very lucky. I would hate to in kid or younger person who doesn't know what you WanNa, be terrifying I mean. But you know from that day I was like, well, Lazar Watts comes this is what I the and that kind of started. The journey is at work right. Where do you go from there? I went to ucla to film school and literally was like the most miserable in my life. It was a horrible situation. I went to a tiny high school in York, which actually. Say That I just found an old playbill from ninth grade one acts and to the actors in one has multiple near won an Oscar for writing. To, win an Oscar for screenplay being a third person from tiny highest. In York to win an Oscar. So a lot of pressure there, and so I was like this is not me, and so I transferred to Nyu and right into film school, which was wonderful. It was all still kind of like loosey-goosey. I'm also they totally bizarre tall so I actually got to play Bass Older Watch basketball for the bench, which also you know a lot of fun for me I did the thing and let me just ask you me sorry to Interrupt A. So Ellen was she went to Nyu. And she's of a similar age when she went, she was talking about how they would just make you go out and shoot things. Were they doing that with you just have to go and shoot a scene and then wants to be the director. Once you'd be the grab and once the lighting person where they doing that when you were there was only a few years earlier. Think we were the same. Yeah. Actually I know Allen because my wife. My wife, our friends at nyu. Okay. So that's how I know Alad Amazing Person. For meetings was different in a weird way because when I went to film school, there were zero classes on writing television. It did not exist TV was not cool. It was scorned. There is. I took all these film writing classes and I kept saying, Hey, I want to be a TD writer again that looked like a gross. They'd move away from because everybody wanted to be like an indie director know. Dad Television was thought of crap basically and that's the thing is as we now at nyu s films in the country will say I was always between USC. Still is there was not writing classes at now. You Know Community Colleges has TV writing Classes Ryan. That's when you know Seinfeld Seinfeld shows and TV suddenly became. Cool. But there was not writing class. I was kind of lost a little bit and since like emotionally. But like there was nothing there that I wanted to do I, did not want to be a director I do not want to do the technical stuff. You know I just wanted a female. So tickle classes not use I went out and did my street scene and You know being noxious like I. Remember the scene you had to go to spring street shoot tickets, giant camera that weighed fifty pounds subtle. You know and size shooting at a window. There had window headache like mass had i. saw that if you like zoomed out. You can see the street when you zoomed in you know suddenly saw the masks, my put it in my seat and the teachers show. Shown. Also, she how I think you're showing the falseness of the world and Blah Blah Blah and I says I just thought it was a cool shot. After that 'cause, I was like rcn indy where do you get your first? Is Their job that comes from the taxi job or how do you get into your first writing gigs your first show? How does that happen right So after I graduated from nyu, the line producer from taxi. GotTa show. In New York. Originally It was called the Ellen Burstyn show. which was Ellen Burstyn trying to a Sitcom. So So when I found that out, I contacted him and he was very nice and remember me and he hired me as a PA. On the Ellen Burstyn show. Okay. So that was my first real job so. Out of college right and for someone who's either starting out or or maybe there's thirty or forty years thinking about switching careers like can you talk a little bit about the writer's room because? John Viner WHO's voice actor for family guy he talked to us about an animation room but a Sitcom Room you've worked on Simpson's full house Some business shows what organises a full house. Yeah. No that's what I'm saying you you have. This guy. was in the room with you know. A little bit less friend. Yeah. The way that the the room is set up for writing and then it would be great even after that that you can talk about. Being on set and being in. Running the set running show. The writer's room the the basic writers were set up. It's all depends on the show runner in terms of attitude and vibe of the writer's room right? If an show weather's can be completely different the basic setup for the novice. is you'll have a bunch of sitting on a table you'll have the show runner. Or the person's running the room head of the table. but I do I like to be next to the The you know we have a person does who takes up the script Coordinator or whatever terms change but you have someone who's on a computer nowadays You know typing in our with the script and there's a computer screens all on the table usually or one giant we can all see a script. And then it's a matter of what the task is that day you know are you sometimes just breaking story advantage putting ideas and sometimes you're doing rewrites and then you know you go to the problem part of the script and you know you bring the script up. Okay. We change the Siemian to fix this You could also after a rewrite when you've gone down to stage doing. A run through to come back and you get notes and then you start descript from page one but it's basically the show runner are the at that point basically says, okay, this is what we're doing and okay I need a joke ear could be small thing. Okay. This joke didn't work and then you know people start pitching jokes right now and the and then the person in the room will go let's do that show and then the person types inscription. Of, sometimes, you have to completely do scenes, but the mechanics of it is the person running room you know bringing up has to be done. Looking at the script or the outlying and ships working through, and you can see the changes on on the screen. As as has been changed and who writes the initial script to, but everybody take a scene or is there a guy or two people that take and just make the initial twenty two minute sitcoms script again, it depends on the show runner what do like? Big Bang is all of the call room written. Out which I find very difficult but it's basically here's a script were all writing around we're pitching in our here's the scene you go. Okay the process that. I like is that you send off when you get a break outline is a lot of riders because you have multiple rooms. Because that's always TV has to get going as machine you gotta keep it go into genuine scripts, the shutdown that can't happen. You'll have a room working at one thing in a different room working another. So what I like to do is okay. Here's an idea. We'll pitch you to give him a bunch of ideas. You Know Joel Tell Me Okay I, like this idea and I go great. You know pick four riders go off. and. Greatest into a story. Okay now. I always say go slow Gimme a paragraph. Gracious showrunner. Here's a paragraph gave me notes great expand the paragraph you know to the point redoing out live. So you have the same group of people for continuity getting script into an outline. And then you get notes from the network and Blah Blah Blah and then once the outline has been approved. what I like to take someone who's in that room. You know a team or writers a you go off for a week and write the script right? The first draft because you know it, you've been living with it. You know. Just go away for a week come back with the first draft. and. Then you lose one writer but then you gave back all the other writers in the room for another project. Okay. So that person will go off right descript comeback with the first draft usually will give them notes say go away for another couple of days depending how many knows do another draft at then when they come back with that, depending on how well the script is come out either send their right to their network or do another pass with a room. And get more voices put into scripted fisa stuff that that individual is couldn't. figure out for some reason. Right in generally. As far as. How. Long does it take because like if you have a a joke that's timely or a show that's only about something that happened at the NFL draft and you know there's a monsters two months for the show to actually get shot and then aired. do have to watch out for that or make stuff more evergreen. Yeah. That's actually a really good question because again depends on the show runner. Because, you never know like you can finish shooting show and it will air for a year or if you're in production, allow shows worked especially when I was over Disney. You shoes show at two months later, it could be on the air. But then if you put in, you know pop culture, it gets old fast and I work with showrunner who said Nope pop culture at all Because it just makes show feel old right later off and you can also get in trouble like as a joke within the writer's room. If you mentioned in old actor guarantee if you put their name group, they will die before the show aired. I. Don't dykes name because Obama and they'll be horrible. There won't be a job like idiots you know. Doesn't know how they need the guy just died in by the still alive. So there was an all Schokaldberg. which was at the time and incredibly his show and it was all pop culture references which was great at the moment. But you watch that show now and it's like Oh my God is like if you're watching old Mary Tyler Moore and she's complaining about red big forty dollars a month you kind of laugh at now you know. So it's A totally different thing because everything be. Joining yeah, exactly the. Pop. Culture. reruns the show look silly but the show never reacts so. Again it's your you know it's in it's depending on pop culture when it's on the now committee look really cool. If you're the first person to mention something, you know you know like I remember when a writer is on A. On Earth Who's Jesse? mentioned. The joke about the hunger games and I being old guy didn't even know the hunger games worse. I said I don't think people get it. But if he put it in our audience would have loved it because it was before the hunger games got huge. So there'd be like, oh, they're cool. Actually apologize the writer because she was much younger than me. I said next time I see something like that. There's something in my head called the old man because it would have been Wonka's. Would've loved it because it was like I just read the hunger being you now. So it's again it's a matter of taste I have no opinion I just go for any joke that's funny I. You know I'm a joke slot if it's funny accounting in. Okay. So the so whatever the process is, the script is approved and now you're going to the set D do you spend the entire time that the show is shot on the set and how many days does it take just on average? I mean we're just saying ballparks Jesse or or I mean Simpson's is a totally different ballgame. But like a live action, Sitcom. How many days are you on the set sort of advising and consulting? and. There's two kinds. There's a single cams. And they're multi Cams Big Ben is Mulkey cab, which is shot. On sets in yours from an audience and then you have your. Then you have your partner ex and things like that which are single camera shot like a movie I've done both very, very different animals to. Real quickly single PAM basically, you'll write the script. You'll have a table read say on Monday, which is where the actor on a table with riders the any redistribute. The network tells you why they hate the script and they gave me no. So we go back and ignore the notes and just do what we wanna do and then script and disappears you have a week usually and a director will go off. And just do those. Show you never see again, really still edited. On. The most part is a kind of general generation sometimes. The show will go off and do it. It also depends a lot of single camera shows will write all the scripts before the shoot and then go off and shoot in the show enters there for every shoot of the writers are all gone. But generalists a week he goes away I don't like that process very detached. Multi Cam is different will do the table we'd on Monday. do the right Tuesday morning you come in you work whatever you need to work on Tuesday afternoon you have a run through what's called the producers run through, which is the rise in produces me watch like a play. Right, and then we give the director notes and then go back and do our own notes we go of this group is to law missing work and we fix what we feel needs to be fixed. Okay. Wednesday you come in Wednesday morning saying thing do whatever you need to do outlines different scripts, Wednesday a few you have the network went through. OR THE NETWORK COMES As same thing do play you watch it and afterwards a network is us at the director their notes. The network lease we give the director, our notes, and then we go and we do the rewrite however long it takes I been there till five o'clock in the morning. The network says throughout the script in seven o'clock at night year? There all night. That's terrible. It's a bad word around the show. And then usually you shoot all day Thursday all day Friday that show. So the show runner will down the stage of the show. Her has other business someone else in my case, I was number to go on stage. And in the writers will be come to work obviously at nowhere. God. Next week scripts or whatever needs to be done all day Thursday, and Friday. And usually in our case, the person whose name is on the script, but it will also be on stage for punch-up or for questions because he's The best. Right so in terms of writers, you'll have the show under Christmas stage. At least one of the writer you know there for all day Thursday Friday. So cool. So then you're done with the shooting, everybody's like, okay we have everything we need and are the writers or the producers of the show runners part of the post production editing in the sound design show winter is that's why show short. I don't. Like. I. Never Quite liked that job because. As you move up as a writer, you do less and less writing. Okay. I'm much more managerial stuff and I never liked that dealing with actors dealing with the parents of actors, which is can be very time consuming dealing with a network added. So as you move up is very interesting. The better ready for the more successful, you become the less writing you end up doing. So the show under will be in editing and you know a case of our show when I will fight the writer again of that episode to come in and wash the ending, that's pretty common that happened to me throughout my career. So they'll. Be Editing Emily. Involved post production. Yeah. That's why assuring awhile storm number two because they're in the room a lot of the heavy lifting while you're taking care of all that other kind of business, right? I mean, by the way, my kids I've seen more Jesse I seventeen twin girls. Fixing. And we have seen Jesse both sweet life's on deck in the other one in all man or shows we've seen I've seen hundreds of them so. A Trivia yes. Sure. If. Day want to write a book called really famous people that were with her fourteen. Is An episode of Jessie ware. Maddie's dog scam at London's Dog. Yvonna Fall in love and we hear their voices. Yeah. We have actors you know doing the voices. And so I had to go to agr because I lost a bat and to do the eighty our with the with the sixteen year old girl, the voice of. London's Dog. And those gray us straight walks out and I go back. You know that Emma Stone's pretty funny. So. Emma. Stone. Was the voice of a dog Disney Channel Show Slough even says under MD IMDB her name was emily stone. So that's my favorite. That's my trivia. I Have I love La La land. Already, thinks she's just Seattle channels. She was great chooses life was just doing his dog Roy be very fancy storage somewhere. Exactly another good story. So, do you have any Simpson's or what was it like to work in a knows a year but Simpson's our full house. Do you have any stories or how that was different like you know ten fifteen years ago till now working on the show. The Simpsons I only wrote one episode that was twenty nine years ago 'cause the year before. Or? And Kids I still make money off from residuals so bad. A story behind Nex only one episode I was outside writer. But I was only the I, believe a third outside writer they ever use. Very they're very harvard is all Harvard Lampoon Okay people. And kind of the story behind that one, which is interesting because it did. Really start my career gave me that big thing because was season four. Simpson's was just got huge. And the story behind that was I needed a new SPEC script Iraq because you know you have SPEC scripts, right? So it was the hottest show on television and I actually was watching a like a twenty twenty, those news. And they did a story about some kids who wouldn't episode of Tiny toons. As Senator Spielberg was doing it and he read it. I need bought it and he brought them to Hollywood seeing arise when I was going. Wow, that'd be we really funny Bart Lisa actually cartoon in I was like Oh and good ideas. I Call David Davis. WHO's consulting on a simpsons? You know not officially but he did everything with jam and it was Jim. Sharpe. And David is kind of like my mentor. So I said, Hey, David, this is even Simpson's. You know the show really well, obviously. I pitched to him. And we started talking about it in coming up with ideas and you know coming up his whole is called the front you know came up with this idea about making it. You know what? If they didn't get the job and they're you know? Their you know how to sell the script of someone else to take their place because he would mean higher really all GRANDPA. We pitched out the story and I was GONNA, write it as a SPEC script and. David Kobe the next day and Jim was off writing a movie. He's like sequester. And David said, this is these moments in your life which you know like a dream and David said I just pitched your idea to jam. He wants you to write it. He wants to buy it. And I was like, okay. Stuff doesn't happen to me because this is like V break this was. So cool. Oh, I, got no I mean I couldn't I still get goosebumps I can't believe that happened to me. So. I'm like. Oh, hey so I went in and. Pitched out the story and I took my nose tape recorder back in the day before cell phones. And you know I'm very nervous. It's a very quiet room except for you, and here's the funster about this one guy sitting on the couch he's like six four red-haired. He's jumping all over the place and he's funny he's Wacky. Hell is at Conan O'Brien. It was like he was Harvard Lampoon and it was like his job out of college right and I was like you do not fit in this room sir. Somewhere. Very quiet solid. You know. So was Jim, there are now. Writing his movie. It was Al ran the Rue. And you know our in the room like taking notes, taking notes, taking notes, and they went off and I did their outlines were very detailed. It was like a like a twenty page outline with dialogue and everything. So after I finished the outline which took a long time turning it into a script, took me like an hour and a half. So. Did Grip handed it off and you know being outside writer Kinda sucks a way because you don't see why changes are made but changes are always made. So at least you're on staff you go out Lewis Change because this part of the process so you know the final version. I would say was like thirty percent. What I had written the story stay the same way but that's pretty much on par for most sitcoms from first draft shooting draft. Okay. So I got to go to the table read and Episodes. Really lived on people. Remember that episode was episode because I want to watch him what do you call? Yeah of course. It's going to be my two-star. It was called the front which was a play out a movie about blacklisting because we know the plot was kind of similar. those called season four is called the front. and. The Fun Trivia from that episode is that. You know basically inching scratchy script. The producer George Meyer. Won't hire them because they can't. So they send it back in the put their grandfather's name on and he loves the script region Danny Highest GRANDPA's writer on the show. So Graham cut it doesn't know what's going on where Bart Lisa keep handing scripts and he's handing them in and I think he's this amazing writer you now but it's not his work. But at one point you you see the sims the. The scratchy writer's room. And it is the simpsons writers will. They animated at every writer in there is a simpsons writer So cool and the room is exactly like the right is Fox. So and at the end near the grandma finds show is running for he's horrified about the violence of the cartoon and their two writers who go yeah. We're going to quit writing these cartoons. We're going to write about a Sassy robot and that's algae Mike Reese the animated there so fertile Trivia but that episode yeah. What is it like to work on a Disney show different from Fox or some of the other networks ABC right I have strong opinions about this. I was asked recently like when you sit down and write what Stanley shows us think about as being for kids them like never I'm sitting down to Sitcom it Tom. Not only is it a sitcom? But say, and it always makes me angry because it used to be called family Full houses called family television now is called kids shows I really resent that. Not Writing for kids, kids audience in Iran for families, and it's kind of looked down upon it really is and what I always say is that it is ten times harder to read a Disney channel show to write an episode of Veep. Or married. Love, those shows. Yeah. The could you imagine trying to write a funny show where you can't talk about sex violence drugs disease gambling you can't be mean to anybody. Okay. Now go make a show. Funny. It's really really hard. That's why there's so many fart jokes. Oh, people fall down because if trying to swim with their hands tied behind, your back is just so many things you cannot do. A great snp note we got on. Jesse was Some crickets got out because Mr kipling the Lizard was eating crickets. And the Butler. Character says, That's no Jesse is a Butler goes. There's a cricket in my soup and they said what's doing Mary. Says I think it was depressed. And we then get an ESA piano saying we could imply a cricket committed suicide. So, man. Yeah. Yeah so let me just jump in. Greg Greg. Schaefer. worked on lab rats and he said he also worked on that seventy show and he said that when he sort of a similar thing, it's really hard to write for these. Lab Rats is Disney's at Disney or neck. Okay. So yeah, he would take concepts or ideas from that seventies show and some earlier shows he worked on, and then like you said, he had the water them down in in kind kinda make them family appropriate but it would be the same kind of idea like getting lost at the supermarket or. At the mall or whatever the idea was, and it just apply it to lab rats was a writer singer only really seven stories. You always have to figure out how to keep telling US seven storage. And the other thing for me also writing shows is that they have so much more impact on your audience. 'cause kids really like they say, Oh, there's the less right. which can be annoying as the dull but you realize that if you can tell a good story, a kid can relate to it. It really makes a difference like when I was writing for the Disney channel. My daughter was the perfect thing I started writing when she is not. And it doesn't make her happy but I've taken like every horrible thing that happened to her in middle school and I turned it into an episode. You know and she's like Oh God these girls girls like girl tend to be nice to me. But then it was really just a getting my group of friends and then he turned him against me she's miserable CH-. It'll be a great episode for Jesse thanks. And I did show and you know there's some episodes whatever love about it now is that like arcade can watch and go oh my God that happens to me it happened to her you know am I to this is so great. So there's actually for me you know it's it's got more gravitas these shows because you can really you could really help somebody Mike I would tell people when they When they meet you. Now, all these people who watch the shows kids attorneys. They're so enthusiastic like, Oh my God I. Love This episode love that they're so grateful where like in A. Like, show that was okay. The end to be too cool where you really can make an impact. So for me, it's it's really special that way suite like Zach in cody was a good shot. You it's kind of funny. Them So. I laughed when we Come Go. Thank God you made that show funding. Things I got to sit down with them for A. While I was the same way with my kids younger always student told show toward shows that I liked. and. That was a good show because it had a lot of adults. Fun. Somebody on the on the cruise ship or funny. And This is wiler we got moesby back which they did before for the Lewis to be Mr Moesby. Sweet love boat a little bit. With on the. It's the. Boat. Kids. Hijinks in high seas. Yes. So. What are you doing now? You writing SPEC scripts or you waiting? Change in my life I just came off a Netflix show a team Kelly. I actually. This is crazy. My writing partner was might twenty year old daughter. Awesome. Just graduated from Emerson and I went to Emerson did you really? Yeah I'll nice. Yes she graduated two thousand, seventeen he. Loved it got to do stops she won the senior screenwriting award. To which my wife might be good parents said it was anybody else eligible. And then she wrote these amazing SPEC scripts and this show is coming on they gave it to my my boss was gonna be running the show and she's like Oh my God I love the scripts in they met with her and She. Got Hired on the show which was amazing. That's often yeah, are and She's I hate to say dealer here, but she's really talented She's she's in the middle of that struggle right now you know trying to make it but So we did that and I've actually my wife wants to feast and I've been looking to teach an through some miracle. I actually got a job teaching at Boston University. So congratulations thank you. Everything's crazy right now, but the plan is regarded to be moving to Boston in July and I'm GonNa Start Teaching at Bu. Sitcom writing. Writing fantastic shock and what are you going to be teaching? What he thinks. And can you talk a little bit about the Netflix's experience in how was different and then we'll wrap it up with some advice short. Greg talked about his show a little bit. Cool. Yeah. For US actually knew the executive Disney Hillary Hillary Charter. And it was very similar just also, very similar. What was different in a wonderful way that Netflix's very hands off. So what was good about Netflix's they really never came to stage and if they did, they're just hanging out like biting. So that was Kinda cool. The weird thing is corporate structure. You kinda don't know who's in charge you know. So we have our executives who dealt with the, we really didn't know who they reported to. So it was kind of. Weird in a way but basically, very similar I enjoy the experience. A lot of they don't tend to pick up their shows like Disney does like they did not pick up our show. It was doing okay you know. But they have so much content and they really move on. So you have to Kinda, really kill it. To get your second season Ryan you know as I said to us, you know we do like we did twenty episodes become just do twenty episodes. You know like we were friend another show to combine three years to get twenty episodes because I do like eight. The weird thing was that sits at the streaming service may keep track of everything. There are all about completion. Do People Watch you watch the whole episode. Did they watch episode I didn't know that super important to that. They actually were drop ten and ten is look kids have trouble watching all. So we're going to drop five six and then whatever you know whatever is nine they try to make less episodes to make it more completion friendly. But for me, it was weird because I had friends and relatives would be like, Hey, I, watched the pilot. Great. Okay. What if you watch the pilot and not connect the rest of it? It looks like the nets you hate the show. Because you didn't complete the five episodes. So I say look by yourself, glass of wine. Click it on run out the whole you know all five episodes otherwise, it actually looks bad for us. So that was like a weird thing that I had to kind of explain to. You know the few friends and family who were still loyal enough to go watch pilot. Once people like a show. They watch the whole thing I know my kids watch entire eight seasons, ten seasons of. Whatever it is parks and rec all the way through once. Kids are much more much more dog, Adele Anthony, license, and. Over and over and over again, like I run into, you know one year olds who watched all shows I work quoting stuff to the am I I don't even remember that their coordinate to a back and forth in are awesome. This has been great if you can give some advice to people who are starting out, kind of have by telling them what happens. In the actual writer's room on said afterwards and but if you have a something, you want to say to people who are just starting out or switching careers about being a writer. I. Mean you're a producer and executive producer, but you're always a writer. Title Yeah TV. Sitcom. Industry any advice would be great. In the advice giving now because things have changed since I started but I really see much more dramatically because of my daughter. A break in. It is so much harder now for new writer to get an agent agents have gotten lazy. Want anybody without credits they only want people who've got jobs who have you know who already have? You know something put in place. It is really hard to get an agent without even with a credit. Low level writer. That's a status to be annoying and depressive My actual advice which I gave my daughter, which is that you get most of your own jobs you get it through people. You now have to build a community like jude appetite in all these people will all these people came up together, amy? Poehler, they all knew each other before they were famous. An. Somebody got successful. At brought their friends law. You know or someone got a successful as an actor said well, working with this writer forever you know Glock we now. So, what I suggest is to get out there you know do Improv do classes do stand up my daughter doing stand up she's are getting these clubs and she started meeting other standups, UPS who also writers Mega. Community of people your age you know who want to do you do we know they can help you you know and you'd be surprised because what you need is that one person. Hopefully it's you. To become successful because we hire our friends, you know I hired by people in the night they were automatically than I hired them. So I say get out there dude stuff is to say right enter contests. That's just so many contest. We hired these two young writers who was HBO Writing Contest in how and that got them agents that got the jobs in because of the contest. And then the other advice is you know trying get a job close to what you to do. You know if you want to be a movie writer. Find. A production company that makes movies that you love contact. Say I need an intern. Just, get near what it is. You Walk as you WanNa be a television writer get a PA TV show. You know if you want to be an executive agent job at a at an agency. You know. I actually know a successful young womanhood action since she was born Tanu a father. Who Want to be a writer got job at an agency on a desk for an agent does movies she ended up writing a movie. Giving it to her ex boss and he sold it to focus as been Shot Stars Dakota fanning and John Tracy Kunis wrong tracy loss. You know I guess yeah. Yeah and so she didn't want be age it by working for an agent. He got connection is she had not worked there. Will Happen so. That's a great story. I was just listening to I. Think yesterday actually cone we're talking about Conan O'Brien before his podcast and he was interviewing nick crawl and the show big mouth, which is this animated show in Netflix's really popular. It is essentially all the people that he has worked with done stand up with or done sketch comedy with for the last twenty years. So any. John Mullane. They're all buddies they were roommates. They were doing I, guess you see be together and all of them. That's what makes that show. It's all the people that he's worked with isn't life. That's really cool. Perfect example. Yeah You know it's the it's the relationships that you make. You know because like I've I've done. I've been ready for thirty three years. I have an agent got an agent has got me only one staff job. From people. I. Did not know that one staff job. and. I'd say, maybe three or four scripts. From people I don't know everything else have gotten not my our. Relationship much universal the the word of mouth knowing people the relationships while this has been amazing. So interesting all the different things that you've done and and a lot of the stuff that I had no idea about and I'm sure our listeners will love to hear about your experiences and. and. It's been great man I. Really appreciate it. Well, thank you. This has been fun I really appreciate it to as a blast. Lovely will work sitting on my bed. Yes. It's nice to be able to sit in your house and not have to travel somewhere. 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#85 - Our Series of Unfortunate Events

Zane and Health: Unfiltered

1:27:28 hr | 4 months ago

#85 - Our Series of Unfortunate Events

"How do i look skinny. Iran two miles yesterday so i was hoping you could see. That's at our iran ford this morning and then went to fucking jonas kebabs off my base. It is actually incredible. And like i love the way they just wrap it like a little a little. Sammy little circular sammy. It's perfect just like the fries and the tomato he charge you yet. We paid full price. I just started. I didn't know if everyone was like getting free. Kebabs and are groups. As i went and i was like. Oh no i gotta pay. I would've i would've on total is going to be thirteen twenty five. I wouldn't let them go but it didn't give us they give us waters for free. Just yeah so school. Though to see like their entire family so happy running it very walked in like you could just tell like they're doing what they love. The cool here is so we walked in and they were just like they look like they really love their job. Hopping it looked like it when you walked in and it doesn't seem like our seems like a barbecue like everyone's just walking around like it looks like a family. Gatherings burger like busy burgers doesn't get much business but it is filling dome like it's like eating a whole pasta dinner after that but it's so good it's so funny. The they shut down the kebab shop across the street. there's literally why they didn't shut it down jonas. They closed down three days later after they open. No way did they. Did they relocate. I don't know he was just like yeah. They they put up. This is why i don't think they should. They didn't look like on capitalism. It didn't imagine jonas kebab pop up across the street. And you're just like that sucks man. Yeah oh but it was. It was really good and brings every community together that place. They've got like eight people. Were working in the back. Make money boss. Oh jonas secret salt. it's definitely there's definitely thousand island dressing in there. I just don't know what else in there catch up. Maybe catch day. Better than cain sauce. As bold claim i've heard for that stuff is like not similar to but it's like i'm craving it all the time. Yeah so raising. cane's people talking about. There's one here we have one panema boker. What's the name of the town portland. Pinocchio is it pomona. that's what i'm thinking. It's pretty cool. Though the raising cane's guy said he just keeps the menu so plain and simple and short and sweet because he said the wasting time in a drive through with having like different options adds up and then just talk like you just had nothing to imagine imagine. In-and-out had a big menu. Oh for barbecue saying just the line already is so fucking long. but that's jones kebab is. There's like what three three items and that's it does places do well theory about canes though always go in and order. I don't do the drive through. Because sometimes i think the drive through though they give you like the less bigger pieces and when you're inside they give you the bigger pieces like if someone were to complain they'd be like oh you can't do it from a drive to and from your people about the size of their fucking chicken tenders. One time. i went through a drive through raising. Cane's i got some skimpy fingers. So i always go in because i hook it up for the theory but i'm guessing you believe it though. No but i just remember one time going through the drive through and was like i'm never going through the dry popeye's some different shape. Did you see the one that looked like a squirrel. Like there's some weird fryer man. It's not all chicken. Popeye's popeye scares me or feels like their biggest inconvenience. I like can. I help you. I just want this. And they're like. Oh my god so mad when guy card order mike. You don't have to do that then like let's just. I went to a burger king. When i was just in florida and i went to the drive through when i pulled up and i'm sitting there and nobody says anything and i was like hello and they go. Yeah what do you want. I was like. I'll do to egg and cheese croissants and orange juice. Hello anything else. I was like no. That's it thank and pull up. I know like repeating the order over. No told those going to be this. Please drive ahead. have it your way. It's crazy how like blonde difference between took play. It is like your cheesecake factory. They are running out to you. Have you seen the video of The the guy working to he ran across the street because they forgot their sauce. Oh my career as a services to work there now. Because there's so much pressure to ball paul and you know they're probably trying to go even more just the young in and out employees get paid. Well it was like the ministers twenty-five for just like the minimum wage insane nine dollars panda express holy shit how long it was like four years ago three. Yeah well they said the in and out managers make one hundred fifty thousand dollars a year. Something breezy low or high. That isn't that is ainley sanely people. They don't own it. You're just therefore is by. Yeah like one moment. You're like board. that's the best. Oh when restaurants are busy. You're fucking shit. Just you have something to do every time the menu so simple. It's not your russian stuff out Yeah but yeah guys. Make sure to check out joe. Jonas bomb it's on. I forget the it's on oxnard street. It's in north. Hollywood so fucking so fucking good and the whole family is pretty much working there so if you guys want to meet there are always working and you're gonna get like good fucking food and good service every time you you might see us all the time we were just there today so yeah. Let's let's get up lots of baby. Let's do one on one for the one. Oh remember no. Copy your life all right baby. Welcome back to zane. And he don't foods i'm saying i'm heath mariah no welcome back to our contesting. Just want to jump right into hawaii. Yeah let's so nicely legs. I'm like we have to talk about you. Islands fuck. i'm a veteran. i'm going to explain archipelago scab. I literally have the islands of hawaii. Say check here that what we believe. You thank god. I didn't even realize archepelago is right. Yeah nor cappella goes like a chain of islands. We never liked the keys. Sure okay sure are our archipelago chapelle ago. Tomato tomato doesn't matter. We're gonna talk about these scabs. also man. well it's no surprise guy. Saw david hilbert as posting again. We're also walking. Happy is so awesome. Like we've been. We didn't know when this was going to happen. We found out that day that he surprise us. It was just coming back. It felt so fucking and then let's be nice surprise. Well actually you're supposed to be there that a wedding. And i get a text from david and he goes pay. What are you doing. and i'm like i'm at a wedding. Douse right now. And he's like okay. Never mind like everything good. he's like. No that's why i come back here. Everybody has been surprised with a trip to hawaii and in still the invitation was extended to me. But i had worked at the last minute out. It was because we were actually supposed to go the week before and it was just so last minute that people can switzer days because shit was happening and it was really stressful and i just remember like even moving to the next week. We're all like we got it like we gotta move shit around but it was fine though that we were doing because we we just got to be together and just like did you have an awesome time. Just sit around so can start off the best. It started really series of unfortunate via limiting snakes limits. Nick do that even put any of that. In june fucking chaotic because we were all in the worst mood until the house from the it was just one thing after you know it was the night before everybody is ready for the trip. Everyone's like went to sleep early. We're good to go except for saying we're going to at five. Am they went to better like. We're you know scenes location. I was like it was like probably one o'clock in the morning we're going to be like four hours of sleep. Let me just make sure zane is at home sleeping. he's not you know going to be rushing. I look he's fucking down in hollywood at a party. And i'm like all he's not gonna make he's not gonna make it a boy david to make it on. David's make about that party was that it was unbelievable. How many people were there. How do you can find these party. Now people still had part l. Like the party girl now and the city i head up. There's four parties. I know. I'm like who. Who are these people just like. I literally don't know like getting addresses. She's like i don't know in their hearts. What are you going to craigslist. Partisan on i went to david the night before so i was like i know again that fucking car on time because i'm really bad at waking up early doesn't matter boy into it so i slept at david's barely. Got any fucking sleep. i wake up. Heat them ri- or the first ones there. Everyone's ready to go. But somehow somehow we started running late we were all ready to go and all of a sudden it was just like we were on more than on time. We'll everybody was packing their bags in the living room. I'm like this should have been done. That's what group trips though. Sometimes i go. I leave your stress. We go to chicago and stuff. I don't wait for everybody. Because i don't like stressing out about getting their way for people. You go right out the door you get over. I'm like i'm gone. I'm already at the gate trip with more than four. People is like our home alone down the stairs lead like spent so much time planning but somehow still there was all of these fucking potholes that morning for some reason. It took us fifteen twenty minutes to figure out. We take one or two cars. Because david wanted just vogg the whole thing and we completely understood that. Let's all be in one. Let's be safe and take too because jason's hip. There's no way we're all gonna fit in this car and we start packing the bags and we're like oh look at that. We can't fit in the fucking course who we throw. The trunk fits one suitcase and we all had two suitcases each. Where do you think we're going with these suitcase like okay. Let's get in the minivan. We gotta pop open. The mini van is getting stuff in there and all the seats are taking. It was just like all my gods. Okay we're clearly taking the to tesla's like let's just get everything in and let's go and we are because we are running late. We are running running. Jason has his tesla with luggage and people and david his time was jason and the rest of the people were in david's car. And we're and we're driving there. Were just laughing. About the chaos. I just happened and jason. I remember jason was just like we're being really understanding right. I guess jason yeah. We can fit one fucking car. There's no way we all had. We all had checked baggage. Like there's no way and he's like okay. Okay good just to make sure you. I didn't want to make the trip anymore. And also that we hear boom boom boom. We start smelling. Like damn jason. Your coffee is fucking weird this morning acting and we take clever smelling jason. That's not your coffee and we've looked like oh my god the tires and it's it gets louder and louder and jc plover. He's gotta wait till i knew. Jason you cannot drive anymore because if it gets too like the fucking it was a full blow out. It wasn't like it was. Yeah we're going to exit. And at this point i looked at jason and i said jason. We're not making this flight. Like we're fucked. I face time you like everybody's back. We just as soon as i got a call as you. Gotta be fucking kidding. There's something with bar exam would have been running late like we had like. We had no time all the sudden we get the news they pull over at some gas station. We turn around. We go back to them. They're trying to figure out what to do. The dumped the car off at the guy. Just sit there and we're like literally crammed into this. There's luggage up on our heads. Like ended up fitting into the one car but it was it was it was a clown car car it was. We have to do what we had to do to get there and then on our on our way there we got there. We all come out like fucking clowns crazy. We get to the airport just like no no. I forgot my backpack with everything. And taylor had her suitcase with everything in the other. Other core out the dust station we stepped foot on the airport airport curve. It was like no no no no no bags are on the other times into the two biggest fucking club with a group. Of course we left there fucking dogs and other car. And i had everything smog. I had my passport. I just had all my important ulcers like this is really bad guys. I cannot leave this in that car. So we call a toddler now the guy because they were on the next slide out really. Can you please grab and we felt so bad because there are probably going to run a little late and now they have stopped at a gas station and grab these fucking bag sleep. Thank god with them. Yeah they would not be able to get because you can't lock it from your phone. Do we finally get inside. And we're getting ready to check in there about the checked checked bags and there. You have to be there an hour before to check your bag so before you before you continue. We came prepared. We did our hawaii. Hawaii approved cova tests. That you have to get like it's only. There's only a few. But i turn those results yet. We were still waiting to get the email back with result but we were told that we were going to get it like the night before. Yeah or like in the early. We weren't even that we were supposed to go. We're trying to check the bags and the ladies like you have to have the tests. Ready to go and uploaded to like the portal thing like the website and she wouldn't let us check the bag so the time's getting closer to the caught off before you could no longer literally two minutes before we get the confirmation. Submit it real quick. Throw the bags on the thing. And she's like okay. You guys are good to go. We book star running to this flight filling out that she was like. Oh all you have to do. It was like fifteen pages and we were all royal asking. Cra- hawaii super strict right now. So they were asking questions like what's your occupation. Why are you visiting. Which house address. Are you staying out with a phone number. What's your flight back. You need to put a jock. A winning the booker flights back yet. So we're or we're gonna get stopped on the plane like began. We just did it know what. What's the wild i. It's crazy because again it was all planned out. I would've had a meltdown. We were freaking out. We were trying to. I'm hearing this. I was kind of like no as soon as the tire went home. Uber just hailed the night before just sitting on a gang. We looked at david lee space. When we're on the airport floor and we were just like down. The they've looked like just defeated their like after all this. We're about to be able to go after all time. We were like we're not gonna why today we're not going on and that's even it's not even like oh just hop on the next one or whatever. Your co test had to be in this exact window amazon dot. You wouldn't need it until he got to hawaii. I was like the whole because there's people that get to hawaii and they don't have the right. Cova does send them back. God lady we were with were saying like no. I need to see your like you have to. You have to show like this aqyar code that you like did the thing. Yeah definitely new rule because there's people are still get on the plane without the without the test so i'm just surprised how the top of it it's who are flying really is but we finally get their land. Go through the whole life that you know how we did. We did not hurt us touch on land. You told you. Hawaiian airlines you have to fly but party city the last. I think it's a my god. I forgot about that. That it's yeah. It's like a plastic bag scrunched up. That's why i was so surprised. When i didn't know it was real flowers all like yeah done up on the string like oh yeah. That's a true. lay. I think natalie i got them. We got them in fiji but but every once we got to the house everything was just like it was it was just peaceful. Here's where herod is. It was just so worth it. Beautiful matt man. We were right on the water. You would have loved it. Matt like matt like there is a spot where you can read a book there. It was perfect little reading. Yeah even had a book clown the book holding up just up. I'm actually really happy for you guys. I didn't really have fomo actually kind of liked that you guys were gone because we weren't posting spending exactly right david posting all of you were posted. You're caught it. I just to put my phone just sat on. My bed was just like probably helped a lot. Then we got to keep a secret. I what we've got to get into the injuries okay. Yes i'm like wait. Let's talk about the raspberries right so just past. The pool was beautiful grass while manicured lawn and a manicure just before the beach So we had spike ball set up and we were playing spike ball for hours and it was just like do it. It's so addict. I thought i always see tiktok or seen him. Try to understand it and get it. It's like volleyball for people. Who aren't that athletic. So it's pretty easy to catch set spike down into the little net. Okay you pain on my. Yeah they're like running around that and is just like you don't even like you run into each other though. You can't good a exhibit b. Yeah well we. They're running to each other. We ran into a rock. There was just like well one rock there. Yeah there's a hawaii the house and place spike ball but it was the best time three by ball every single day. Yeah so drinking and spike literally my second game into it. I'm like this is fun. I something. I'm like on amazon. By fucking addicted to it already. And then i'm like getting real hype and there was like a low shot and i go to die for it and my fucking middle finger sticks into the in completely fucking bent backward. It's home. I'm gonna show one even bad dude. It was oh absolutely but it stuck into run day. One day one. It's the worst when you get injured day. One of a trip and it was. It was miserable the rest of the time with it because like i just couldn't do anything but it was. It was really look. Oh my god. Oh heavens to betsy. Geez that is a fat. Yeah i wish. I had a picture from the syros all of your face. He was like damn. That's the worst. Yeah that is broken or not. I remember he busted his finger. I got karma quick. I looked at them. And just like armagard you. Okay all right cool. You're team now because there are tunes daily replaced instantly replaced because he sat because he couldn't play anymore and then i started playing what was it was probably like five ten minutes later. The ball goes up on run. Run the ball and just like alibaba and they turn around big fucking wrong right into just no it was fucking fast struck right into it and i was clipped on like five different parts of my body so he he stepped up onto it and ripped the bottom of his toe open so like him. Yeah i ripped the bottom of my toe to but he stepped ripped it open like was like oh shit hit the rock wishes and knee open that up and then started sliding a slid off of it and then skin the whole shin for the rest of the trip. His skin and hair were on the rock. Like mark around. You guys can collect look at all of you watching. It happened to the rock to go. See there's gotta be his skin there. You can literally see his entire shin. His hair look at it. It's nuts. what looking at. Oh i thought this was turning my god. He's like looks like looks like weird. Is that disclose. I loved and then left a part of you literally. Mark love hawaii and in all of that happened. Ooh and we were all we were just busted up. We couldn't play that. Was it like it was hurting so fucking bad. And we're like the second first and second fucking day faulk. This got to scott played spike ball. For the first time his first hit he was like cool. Bounce it to me so we bounced it. He don't even know what happened. He went to hit it and ended up literally face planning and his shoulder. he's rotator always breaking number. Have running into the glass door. The other allows it off. And i'm like you okay like this would happen. Take it easy. Scott and i also pissed us not like we were hiking in the in the maui Nothing it wasn't quite ball in the back fucking zip-lining we actually did. It goes up lying. That was just david and nine and a few of them but still enjoy rest of our trip. If you're wondering. I'm happy for you except for one day one day. We like narrowly was like. Oh we should go to like one of the waterfalls. The mo- talked about waterfall and in maui. Where like let's let's do it. Yeah let's let's fucking. Let's let's make a little roach if it was three and a half hour road to the waterfall to get to. This must be crazy. Fucking waterfall like dallas to austin whose crew. Well we looked it up hike to the waterfall. And it's like a two mile hike and interest we're allowed to do something like really outdoorsy and like decided. We're all really something. Jason had a flight that night so we were cutting dr seuss at a flight that night. We do it so we did the drive three and a half hours and it is just this shitty wind road where it was. It was actually so much fun and beautiful honor. I bet you're on your own. It's gorgeous like the drive is insane but thirty seconds. There's a little bridge you have to cross and it's a one lane wide so you have to sit there in yield for oncoming people and you're trying to get through this tight little like but it's not close it's for you. There's times where you can't even see the other ones. You have to hope to god and then if you finally get up to it yeah like. You're both stuck and then one person has to back up and you're off a cliff. You're you're gonna wind. He wrote in the mountain and it's popping season. There's a lot of looking at this. Yeah and just after two and a half hours. It was great. We're having so much fun and got to the point where we're just like. Oh my god like were is going and we look at the maps and we're just like oh my god he's taking law and we were. Our final. destination was the black sand beach and that was like miles and miles and there was no path to it like there was no way to get to it. We ended up losing service. And so when we got there were like. Where's david and everybody. We can't find any other van and so we can't find any of them. Were like wait are they. Are they already on the hike. Are they parked somewhere. That we have no idea and we can't reach anybody so we're driving driving and you can't like it's so hard just making you turn in this and you have to just keep going and we're hoping to god that we were going to run into the but we couldn't and we're like oh my god we're so how do we find this. Find them on there and this entire mountain and at the same time in their van. We couldn't find them. Because they pulled over -cause joanna was throwing up been read it. He was doing the sinus. And we're looking for them ahead. So we're we're just going up and we're like weird and then every mile there was a spot to park but there was only like ten parking spots and they were all full. There's no way you can make a u-turn impossible. I don't know what it is if it's rentals out there but every fifth car their in silver minivans were we'd get close so we could find them. Finally we make a u-turn start going back. We found the waterfall. And i'm going to be honest. It was it nothing. It was a little tiny. The waterfall gave up too. I think they're just pick this one exactly. I think that was just one that you see driving by. I think that actor waterfall you to happen but at that point we were just like you guys have a flight to catch. What are we doing and so we get there and three and a half hours which is wasted. We get the fuck so david. Let's go to the bloc's am beach. Where like where's that another two and a half hours. Meaning a guy pulled hideaways and he was he was like where are you guys going. They told him and he was like he's of being there so we were like perfect. That's the we needed. We're going to go. This guy's go also sitting on like thirty miles of gas left. We both were on daddy. I don't know why we did. Check the map to see where the waterfalls and to see if it's an amount or not but we just figured that there'd be a gas station around going no dust station. It just keeps going in this mountain and you're pretty much fucked if you go and so we start talking you back. We feel so bad. We wish we could just spend the day like do all the crazy ship. They had to fly an early zane. Jack and scott. So we're on our way back and mariah mariah makes a joke. What did you. What did you say about the blocks. En beat imagine they get their need like tickets in advance soon to be on a beach and where we laughed it off and we kept trying to sounded so unrealistic over. Did you make it. They're like yeah. It was a blast. We're like did you really needed reservations. I was like look at google and it just it looks like an open like just a. It's like unbelievable that you need to make a reservation city or something out was ten people on the so we started driving back so we can make it to the airport on time with the food all my god skipping so we were driving back and we wanted to eat before we headed back to the house and we wanted to eat number one and number two. We needed a bathroom. We all had to go to the bathroom. It's very important and then so we met this beautiful restaurant on the water. And we're like perfect. Let's eat here all hyper looking at the menu. It's mainly restaurant on the way very far away so we finally pull up to this restaurant and we're like table for five and they're like you have a resolution or like you're so then we go to the next spot which is like like ten minutes away we're just like let's just go here whatever. It looked like a hole in the wall. We walk up and he he goes. Yeah we could see you guys right away just so you know if you're drinking it's bring your own alcohol and we have no bathroom believable. It was actually no. Because i checked checked images. It was a nice restaurant four or no. The reviews are insane but no bathrooms answer being renovated. You have you've got to get it from across three seventy or the dossier literally two miles for a bathroom. I'm like what mean we're obviously. We don't care it was just. It was very well. We heard that we were worried to spend any time in there. And i got cocky. Problems go admin speaking being spoiled brats right. Now it's kinda nice. I love hearing about shock up the road. It was so beautiful. I just like the funny. I mean to us the moment we were just laughing like right now. It was funny and every time. Something happened like down on a believer. We were honestly excited. We were like well. We could talk about those on the podcast like it just like. What are the chances. We really needed this bath. Irving he goes by the way. We have no bathrooms like just signed this dive. Was it a diving. It looks amazing. I looking wrong. Not even the caesar salad like was like but we were starving. Hadn't eaten all day and we look like we are going to order the menu. We got the me play. Let me just say. We are not picky with foods. Anything i mean. We grew up like e in at like the cheapest diner. Just like the best food like. We're not picky will literally anything i mean. We still ate everything but we couldn't believe how bad this food was. Like the onion rings were white legit why it was why and like case like the it tasted like on like dove dove so it was weird was the weirdest and he got this burger. I'll get home just it like. Did we take a picture of it. I don't think what we would never like. call it. The restaurant lacy no one's ever gonna service using so when it's like you're how is everything but the lady knew the fish was going to be bad because she told you scott was like how how's the sushi and she was like i would do the other toilets are in the back we got him. We got him like. We're filling a sofa but we weren't like satisfy we're ready to get something satisfying out of all that we walk right out tour's right wendy's we're like let's do go. Oh my gosh. We ordered the same exact thing that we got that restaurant just to compare just like just because it was just funny. These five star five star. I it's it was really crazy getting the same food and comparing it was pretty nuts but in man that was delicious got frosties a frosty and on and then we and then we drove one thing after the other funny by men that drive all never forget that dr little to nowhere. You see at least. David album had some entertainment because they had joan puking and all that but it was trying to get our car after all know running inside the house and he goes. I'm coming with your mouth during this trip. We're like actually we're going to you. Know he was shirtless falls clothes off because he was everywhere. Can't and we met joe. Jonas go on the trip. We're just thought it was fake. I thought it was faked to. I thought it was fake. For how long have been together for. They've been together a while like a year right. Oh never brought her around. He's always just like yeah. I got to see my girlfriend. Thanks to another school every time like he was like. Oh yeah. I'm saying my talk like she's not here. What are you going to another hotel. Just sleep here and it was like together and then she came. We're like oh my god. That's that's your girlfriend. nice to me. Petite little cutie with the accused really. Yeah it was. It was lovely meeting or what girlfriend. He has a girlfriend announced big announcement go. Hunting of blocks member has a girlfriend. Cute together. And i was like. Wow it israel okay. So it was my time to leave. I actually ended up leaving the next time. We all left early. Universe was stay for two more d. Just let them know you left at a perfect time because we let the next day. Nothing happened the next day. They just got a couple few shots and then we pretty much left. That made us feel good. Eunice anything so. It's almost my time for the flight. I'm flying by myself on hawaiian airlines and worst nightmare. We had help from a guy that they hired to help. Throughout the whole trip he was just there like taking care of us and and he asked him to drop me to the airport. Galloway and i was looking at times. Like oh my god. I'm not going to make my flight. I don't know how like i'm like. I'm ready to go and so much time but like you. You leave your baby. I league your time for fucking five minutes and you're just you're late you're you're about to miss your fucking flight to but i i realize like oh i'm not gonna make the fucking fight. There's no way. I'm going to make the bag so i loved the bag there. I took taylor's kerryon just so they weren't carrying all that rushed to the fucking airport and the speed limit is like twenty five the whole way. You can't go out. Why and it's one lane so if you're stuck behind a slow driver your foot because it's one way the whole way to the airport pretty much like nine hundred and we're getting there and it's so long as cars are just like not moving and we finally get there and the line just to get through. Tsa there was no like. There's nothing it was one line. And i face facetime david and taylor. I was like guys. I'm not making this flight. And they're like. Oh my god no way and i had to put my bags through another after. Tsa out of put it to another one. A second track certain things back some veggies and through customs so went through the second customs. And i remember rushing there and then i get there and they're like zane yet and the we're we're going to close those three minutes before. Thank god. You're friends. Called david and taylor. I don't know how the fuck that got to the airline. I when i changed my flight. I was on hold for two hours to change my flight now for them to make that call and it was. It was a span of like five ten minutes. I was like how the hell did you guys get a hold. We're fucking insane by like your friends call. Did they have a direct line. Fucking that yeah. It was crazy all and so they kept it open for three more minutes. I got so fucking lucky on. That just reminded me of me at the airport. Was i going to hawaii. When i got on the fucking bus. Avenues get past security on the exchange bus. You find out you so everybody's like we're through. Everything's good everything's beautiful ready to get to hawaii. They're all getting ready to line up to get on the plane. Shit i gotta go to the bathroom real quick. So i had to pee so bad so i run to the bathroom x. Right this was at lax getting ready to go to hawaii. So i run to the bathroom. And then i come out like a few minutes later and i don't see any of them like oh shit. They went in without me. So i go walking up to the gate and i showed the guy my boarding pass. And he's like okay right this way. You're gonna go down these stairs and there's a bus like okay cool so they're on the bus. Go down the stairs. I get on the bus. And i'm the only one these mother fuckers got on the bus and didn't wait for me and i'm on the second bus because i was sitting there and i'm and i'm sitting there and the lady get start so it's like i think they took a bus facetime facetime. 'cause i'm waiting. I'm like you can't close the doors. There's one more person. So i'm waiting for him and i'm like where are you. He goes he goes bus. That's what he says. We got on a bus. And i see the background. He's off this bus. And so i run down. I run down the like little in the plane. I'm like are we getting on a bus. So i ran down. I was like it's a plane. Get off the bus. So he runs off the buzz. Who talk with us terminal. I don't understand i still. I feel he gave them the ticket and they sent him somewhere else. People go because we were at the gate. Why did you don't understand what happened. So i get off the bus. And i go running up the stairs to get back up and it was literally the next door over and i was just like holy shit that would i would have been on a fucking boston. We got a bunch. No i was freaking out how you just got on a bus ticket in your over here. Bro those zane move. Those holding definitely gotten on like this. I'm surprised you didn't call any of those things like. Hey i'm getting on a bus. I'm excited ready to go. You took the bus. And i was like fuck the muscle alone. No why would we spend a call. I was like. Oh that's write a body of water as you. Guys are on a boat rhino. We're taking a boat. Wow that was scary though anyway. Fucking play off to the whole hawaii thing. We had to leave early. My brother was having a gender reveal party. They're having a baby. Oh it's a baby. What did they do for the reveal. Was it just let him and his wife play tennis a lot like they play every day so they did a tennis ball with the powder inside of it and then my brother hits with iraq it to make the ball explode and then it's the color. Okay talk about those. Does somebody already know what it is. So what do they talk to the design. I pink or blue ball okay. So everybody's how were we're filming and already the tone i we're all out front getting ready to film and my brother is warming up. What are you thinking right now. I'm thinking hope it's going to be a boy. I'm hoping for a boy. He was hoping. Nothing's aim just wants a nephew. See my brother with a little boy. You guys do what you want with that continue. So he's getting ready so she has to make the pitch to him right. And you gotta toss it fits. The toss was great. It was a dime. It was perfect so he takes rocket and he comes back. Any smashes the tennis ball. And it doesn't fucking explode. And he launches it like three out of the yarden over everybody's fences like a like a hundred yards away into the street and everybody. I had this on video. Everybody sees it and they're just like and it's just gone spares. No well the thing. Is that hit the street and exploded. And i was on the corner i went around to go look at it and i didn't know if i should say what it was. Or if it was gonna be a redo or what the deal was like. What do i what do i say. And then they started doing the papers and it was just like the poppers gave away the jenner. Oh boy yes. Muslims auteuil. But i'll i'll show you the video right now so you could see it real quick. You're gonna have a nephew. Ooh i'm really excited. It's going to be owning equal. But look i can't believe they make it that like sturdy of a video guys going on way he knew it was going to go over the fucking feeling something agenda reveal. What of ball was. It was at ten to learn tennis ball. No it wasn't a real. Tennis ball was like a dog toy almost but the thing is with those like you have to hit it so hard that it bus but if you don't hit it like if you to harden it's like i don't know but it just got launch date for the are they expensive yeah it got launched ever made it was like how was it like it went over the party. They ride our view their stress. Beat a fuck out. Do you have a little and picture of the baby i do. But it's in a message. I'd put it up. Well let's put it out. It's a boy because they can see the penis but one of our friends. was pregnant with his wife and it was thomas. Yeah my buddy. Thomas just had his baby but when he found out that gender he had texts music. It's a boy and we're all cheering them on. And then the next day after that. He's like false alarm. it's actually girl. They they messed up and they got it wrong so they had taken all these pictures with blue balloons. And they're like all. He had to go in and photoshop. Edit the picture to turn everything off for what he pay somebody. I wish i wish he posted that already. I just blew and then pink right off. So funny that's really fucking guys going to do a Would you like to know the gender of you before they're born. prepare for. I like to prepare i. I'm kind like four. No way surprises. Just see and it's like. I don't know it just like i just have always ruins the nurses always like well. You're gonna be really happy with her. Assuming office just tell me what it is because it is cool to be surprised. Like when it's born but if you're like you're obviously leaning more towards one like you'll have to name but you're like you really want a girl or something like that and then here's like no i think it's it's worth more for me to prepare for what Tell me right away and then we can just start i. Yeah i think it's just like oh my gosh i'm having a baby and then it's just like it heightens the surprise. There's no like coulda had this. You're just so happy your babies there it's healthy and you're like you're the ruled. I saw this tiktok. If it's not. But i think it was like a nurse a nurse film that tiktok and she was talking about how there's a certain stage and like during the During the baby the pregnancy during the pregnancy right. I want you to like. I said at a ready. And i was like okay. You wouldn't even think okay. No no sorry. That's so fucking funny. I'm an idiot Yeah during the pregnancy. There's a certain stage where they they. I'm losing my fucking vocabulary. sense it. they know they. There's a certain stage where the nurse or where they go. Oh my god. What's the fucking word detect. No there's a certain stage during the pregnancy wind. Went you when you give people advice. What's that word. When you a consult not consult you advise advise at advising medically advice you. Yes so there's there's a certain there's certain stage in a woman's pregnancy. Were the nurse advises to on not do a sonogram. Because there's a certain certain part golden. Keep it in. No all a certain shed. I'm i'm i'm flustered right now. I'm like really high okay. There's a certain stage was run by not do a sonogram because the baby can looking demonic. So there were there showing sonogram sonograms of certain state like a certain stage that like advised not to do it. And the baby look fucking demonic. So they told not to do it. There was labeled genu like a genuine known thing. Like oh stunt show and now because it looks demonic. I don't know because because they're like it looks solid of apple demonic. Like no no no no the ones that were showing was like. Oh my god. It was terrifying. You were scared for the longest time. I didn't know they'd come out all bloody full of look just like this weird you know just for movies. They always come out. So that's the only thing i've ever seen got to think about. Pg pg thirteen movies. I didn't know i didn't know how like gore walk. You've never seen like you've never seen an actual birth and now i have like with one of my life. I always thought it was. I don't know why when i was little. I thought you had a prey to have a baby. You don't you out like oh like the virgin. Mary didn't know what the word virgin was like. Oh so they wished for the baby like he couldn't have a child and suddenly she had a i was. I had this logic where i'm like. Oh so when you have a baby. You just like manifest. We talked about this already. I think it was like the fourth or fifth. I remember talking about this and i'll just repeat it but how i thought like a couple of how to baby was the kiss in wedding i was i was little though i was. I was a i that one kiss was like makes. I wonder how many other people thought i. Why was that kiss so sacred on that day. It's like one kiss. I don't know but no other kiss that concentrated close ties not york. Oh man that's funny. Rago help somebody better help. Somebody better help me get to my next therapy appointment. Thank you better. Hope for sponsoring this podcast. Is there something interfering with your happiness or preventing you from reaching your goal baby. I know there's a lot preventing both of us but thanks to better help. We have somebody who is going to assess our needs and match us with a personal professional licensed therapist and better hope super-quick you could start communicating with somebody and under forty eight hours and that is quick for to start communicating. It's not a crisis line. 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And and there's this beautiful golden retriever on the loose just running through like the parking lot in like this like community caller tags on it a little caller but no like name tag or anything just running around like looking confused like alone. Pull in talking to my brother for a little bit. We get into the car. And i was like hey. There was a dog running around here when i pulled in and he was really and again. This is golden retriever and it just seemed odd so as we're driving out we see the dog again and it still doesn't have an owner so like what is like. What is this dog doing so we pull over and my brother opens his door to get out and he was a comedian. So he's checking the dog and he's looking at the collar to see if there's like a name tag number or anything like that and he is looking for the dog rolls over onto his back just like just wanting scratches so it was like really cute little moment and like like scratching them while looking all the sudden jumps up jumps through the door of his truck jumps through the front up over the seats into the back of his truck and is now inside of his truck. And i'm in there. And i'm fucking hysterical. What is going on right now and my brother still outside because it happened so bad and we look like fucking dog. Napper's have it in the back of the. There's look at the golden retriever. A war it would just look really and were driving around. He's like i'm going to take it to the office. But i we go back to his apartment to get like a lease so you have on a lease and as we're getting back in he gets out and the dog is sitting there and the owner comes walking out looking for his dog and then he sees it in the truck. And we're like oh shit and he's like dog is like we were trying to return it. Sure you are intimate sadie. These guys do so funny because we felt like good people but horrible people at the same time. That's my dog. you talk. Numbers always acute. Oh jason's dog he's ready to go. It was just chilling with us. It was the funniest thing in the world. That's so funny but we got back. He's okay good semi rescue. Now is the perfect phrase for that. Very very wholesome. Gender reveal dog rescue. Suppressing press feeding. How's your flight home. Oh good but the flight back was really interesting so we got on the plane so many stories today. I know right. This is exciting but we got our tickets super last minute. Flights were all messed up because there was like storms in florida. We're having a hard time getting back so we bought it literally the morning before and we didn't have seats together so we get on and what is so funny man. I haven't even told the story. Actually think of other tiktok as let's sorry you're talking you're on a show podcast so we get on. I sit down. And there's a seat next to me and mariah like two rows behind mean all the sudden this guy and a girl walk on and they're coming and the seat in front of me is a single seater and then she has the seat next to me and they're like trying to figure out like a seating arrangement because they got separated and then as they're trying to figure out like what's going on. I'm looking at him. And i was like do you. Do you want to take my seat. And we can swap so you can sit next. I'll just take the solo seat. And then i'm looking and i'm like holy shit. This is scott disick all my job. Where scott wine commercial and it was just really funny. Because like i'm just like i'm like this is scott disick right now and it was so interesting so i go to that scene. I have somebody next to me. And yes so. She's got somebody in the back next to her. He got the see with his girlfriend. And then i came up to give you your call right. I gave you a coffee. And then he looks at us and he's like oh. I'm so sorry. I didn't know you were with your girl. He was so from philipson on no he was like. Oh i'm so sorry didn't know your with your girl he was like. Do you guys want to sit together. Like we figure something out there like. Oh no don't worry about it. And then i didn't know he knew the guy next to me but he led demanded that he was like you're going switch with them. It was you guys birthday. And i was like. Oh you could get a single seat like you deserve it. It's your birthday and everybody's laughing now at everybody around us is rolling their eyes because the amount of times we were switching seed it was his body bodyguards was massive bodyguard on like just a commercial lightly. Yes yeah that's so interesting. I'm sure they took a trip together. So i know i know two million wild. Everyone sitting around us was with them. Like i don't know if it was his assistant or something. She kept coming over giving them snacks and stuff like he had a tear just suits to lawsuits cease to their other friends though he was the nicest do about it just he was demanding. Your seat not know what he goes. Oh you could with hands. But i was like. Oh my gosh. She didn't even ask the stranger. Like if if that's okay got it. Okay so funny. This look like in person was recognized each blonde hair. Scott disick fanatic. For so long i did not recognize how she named or scott disick. Scott okay you didn't recognize him when he saw him like oh no he had bleached voice. It'd be like that's the thing you heard him talking. Oh wow that's got to say oh interesting back. It was buzzed. It was a very like to thousands haircut before leaving algebra yom before living here always thought select also liberties fluent private jets. I never learned. They fly get cigarettes. Get on the flight at the last. Oh really last. Ones on in worthy sean. Though before the ruin the only book those flights were the first class is like to the left. And not the right. You don't even you don't even see first class last minute. So are they undercover in the terminal all the time and they just to go to the lab of lounge they wait in the lounge until it's right at the final moment and then they born. It's just the lounge because airlines. Have i saw timothy shop. I would walk down with timothy chaumet one time but he got on the right choice avant on a delta lounge. I just can't believe. I'm best friends with scott signaled. He really liked you. Did you did you swap like social. Yeah no. I wanted again to a little bit about ucla la this week. Oh did while we were extravaganza in hawaii. We're selling la. Joe mr joe. Bopha surprised me with a a sailing experience. It was like this experience. It was pretty cool but we got there and it was like the original captain he booked but another guy like okay. So we're having this other guy and he takes us out in the first thing really pulling out in the the little. The little motor doesn't work the motor that you have to use out of the marina in the bay. It's not working and the boat. Just start running into all of these other other like. Hey can you get up in like it. Prevent this and unlike i captain i'm just having wait. Is this my first less right. So that's us like strap. this is your moment. Let's get into the marine life in immediately. I'm like pushing ourselves off. The yacht in the boats dislike not damage. But we're just like running into shit in. It's it's not my fault. It's this guy is prepared and we finally get out and we hit the waves in it was cool. It was it was pretty cool. But i like this isn't my thing. I was a little devastated. Like because i was so excited for if i got into sailing i realized i'm going to be kind of a lake sailor and just have just a little sunfish just myself destroy an. I don't want to have one in l. A. at all but the thing is you have to trust that. Like a a sailboat has a really bottom thin that keeps it stable. So you're you're you're not going to you think you're going to capsize. Every moment really and i did it. I really enjoyed it. And i still want to get certified. Maybe but i was like this is not my lead. Even if i took you guys out for like a fun day having wide us. Oh get me the hell off this thing. And that's what i kept thinking. I'm like even if i did learn in. Even if i did own a sailboat. Everybody would want to get off. It was just a lot to take in. At least you got to experience it i did. I did try to keep it at that like no. i didn't. I got really cocky and excited that this was. I gonna be my new path minute war. You're like little sailor shirt with all. Yeah i was. I was prepared and ready and like all the terminology. But still i was like i think he knew more than the guy. The cop talion Kind of guy. He didn't like a second language. And taylor is this the boom and all this stuff and he was like Was this guy. He was a cool guy. Did find them on craigslist like sale teachers airbnb experience. I don't know. I don't wanna leave bad mouth Much it was good. But i was a little like this was just sound like he wasn't replacing a lesson. It was an experience. I was wanting to go into like learn thing he was like i'm just going to do everything he was trying to learn. Learn the boating accident. Yes right out. The gate still got a pony shipwreck sank. What fuck sorry to hear that. I have to be honest like it was not what i was expecting. I wanted just stay. Admit that like after you were so excited for so long buddies julie and they'll say don't knock before you try it but try and then sailing on a lake for sure. I think if we were in a bathtub durable little sailor as right. Are those like those stuart little. Oh my god my god. I was one of those so bad. Look so cool. The movie that you to win so bad guys watched the tiktok averse. Youtubers did did. I was wrong. I thought bryce was gonna win any law. We all win or not. I thought it was gonna lose. Okay i don. I forgot what i chose. I pick bryce. Yeah he got rocked. Bryce was going to just like when people talk about for some reason. My head is oh. They're going to win the opposite more. You're talking like but there was also the logan and mayweather fight. Yeah we we actually watched it in hawaii. So who won mayweather right. It was a draw. But then i saw that one clip on tiktok like looking back on it where it looks like logan passes out at one point and like mayweather keeps him up for the entertainment. I don't know you see this clip and you're like oh it. Looks like he got rocked. Pretty happy with the results of the fight which people on logan in may whether i thought it was a good fight i thought they know what i'm saying that like just like online like what people were. I think i think people just want a clear winner you know. That's all they ask. Anything that ends in a draw always feels like unsatisfying. Okay i we. We kind of we kind of expected but for him to go eight rounds with him is absolutely insane. Yeah like you're going with the next one fucking world. That's pretty high in a weight difference but like still like that's yeah already remarkable. It was such a huge win for him doesn't matter what if loss anything if he got knocked up fox still a win and they know that i just love the walked out to the greatest. Showman say with pokemon cards that too. We had a charred wrapped around his neck but they were playing the. Don't stop because see that one. It's the symbolize something right. It was like you know the the small guys are trying like that was not the whole song in the movie movie. The british. show me that song. Isn't that whole song about like like like we're gonna come on top like hey. We may be loved by everybody. We're gonna come on top. I think that's the song he chose that because it symbolizes right. I know it was pretty cool. I was explaining to people that. But man i would just love to see some other people in some fights. You know what i mean. yeah. I mean it's crazy jake and logan just started that. Yeah that's like it's fucking nuts and it's clear that whoever joins a fight like if you're a part of a big fight like that you gained so much out of it after one whether you win or lose attention you get and how much you gain is fucking like. I couldn't believe seeing everybody that was fighting like scene like instagram. Oh my god it's like. They got booked for like the biggest netflix show of of the decade. What they got like the return they got on that it was yeah he we're going to big beaver just got. I don't know who. I would be paired up with if we're doing like a true weight class in height john mullane. Oh put me up against. I wouldn't wanna fight bo burnham but like we're like similar heights like just like it's just but i don't know who who in the group i would probably be in the same class as tomboy goes djabel no. I don't think he's about your height. It's like wait. Wait the way the weight then. I still feel like i would be up again. Scott like one eighty five. Oh yeah you're screw. I know. I am genuinely screwed. The heightened the reach. I know i don't know like okay. I could go in. I could fight. That person like a really group is a perfect match for me. Really like todd and scott. That's a good fight. Jeff kick my ass but like he's in a lower weight class than me. You know what it is gaining one thirty right. I'm always like he's not gonna watch what you say fucking you might see jeff's face every time you hear that tiger jeff but i'm always just like you know because he's always like he's so cut but i'm like let's bulk it up a bit. He's recovering from an accident. Upc jesus so. He has a gym in his house. He's working out. I know but hey he's recovering some protein fleas. He's got some mass for is he's he. He looks good. He looks good. I uncertain drama. Okay okay we need a little drawing. Wants to fight me. He ought to do it like five miles every morning in like thirty minutes. He doesn't stop doesn't fought me. I mean i would let them win. Because i just want to be delicate. Oh didn't want to go out them or would be like you can't hit the side of my that he would be making the exact show. I love jack. No i if it was reverse. He would be making the same day. We're giving you shit. We love to fuck with you. Brian did you see that. House in allentown my own two eyes. Let's can transition that one there. So there's this girl on tiktok man. I should probably shout out. Her account spotlights houses on zillow or ones that are listed then are just obscure in weird. That just makes zillow gone wild. Who the hell in. Why did they built. This is it so maybe it is an instagram account. Just just wild structured houses in a really cool cooler really strange. This one's pretty let the audience. Okay so okay the girl. Yeah zillow tassara. Fay's talk on and it was. It's this house that's one point. Eight mill in allentown pennsylvania. Where every day is allentown whereas allentown far outside of little okay. Yeah i saw this tiktok. Hold the hell. What the hell is this house. You're ninety that it has something weird inside three indoor pool. Look how close. It is the living room dining room. Everything was smell like. Oh yeah. I was just about to say that. They've been trying to sell this place for a long time. Just get rid of the poor camera your typical over gulshan to living space. There is an entire indoor pool. That's indoor pools. We've seen it this one just looks like it's leading room and there's no barricades. It's the same floor. It's next to the kitchen. Those polls are not supposed to be chlorine. It's supposed to be just like water. Salt water when you can't smell it. But i do love the smell of an indoor pool me to own a hotel indoor pool smell. It's kind of like getting more waterpark. low. But i don't want to wake up to that wake up and smell. The coffee is waco clear. Childhood like classic holiday inn built that who was like founded the built. I most likely went to school with them. Let's go and get some tea on that parents. Now your mom probably a fucking school with her indoor pool in the living room. Obviously you'll show the yeah. We're gonna shut this. Looks like this is absurd. Who on earth bill just like. I get convenience for things building houses to their own likings bikes for fun. There are like oh people are going to love this crazy. You can't know if it was a party house than wise everything the tackiest mid-nineties chance ever looked like a hotel or doing something. That's the thing but that sound echoes. Throughout the entire. You're having a pool party. Just ricochet every nook and cranny of surprised they haven't shot like a movie or anything in there like there's you don't see that suits episode of the office michael de pennsylvania scranton ballot bit of perfect episode several. He's like the screen. Tv that lacing the you know it's funny though the fucking bloopers the shit house. You fucking die. John chris. What's his name. john human not. Keep it together. We so sorry. We have to go to this home. This is not going to sell on the market for as towards that. We're just so interested in like we wanna tour. We want to stay the night all of us. The most bizarre running all out we do it the weight renting it out for christmas would be so fun really not to do this. We have like a floating santa claus way. We can make it happen. Will i be asking questions of the pull data guy to the house game skimming he can't own cookie just like swimmers to come online wreck assed that is fucking funny for the people listening. This is in the living. Oh no separation. it's all on one level. it doesn't like dip down. It would be like a pool. Looks like a carpet. Paul crazy is the house is the least like gaudy looking thing. Ever you could tell a mob. Boston live in this home like a good stable man in a stable father. They decided to do that bill to prove they get closer to that. I have a better thing on zillow. I'm surprised they don't have just like a diving for book. Has that right like indoor pools could be like there's such a fine line between really fucking spectacularly beautiful changes downright trojan. You built it in the middle of the home google chamber or it was like what is that. What does it i was like. Wow i'm nice movie theater look at the tv but you know that was literally the top of the line of people listening role in from school. That would come in on the cray. It looks like decent movie theater like you see all these cool individual chairs leather chairs set up. It's a it's a thirty six inch. tv people who's playing. I'm going to send eczema kiddie. Turn it up. i feel bad making. Is it even awsat. It's up to the three hundred days on zillow. We have the option in this economy. Six thousand views. I just wonder if there were. Just go to present there. And it's going to get more this okay is this and you're gonna make fun of other showings you get a deposit tickets now. It's funny we reported. Look at the pool. We walk in our own. Look open a birthday and not looking at the money just reading a not. There is to go to the house twisted. We'll fly days of the thing ain't going nowhere. And they need the money sell tickets. You'll make six that like imagine how many people pay just fifteen bucks justice just to see the house. It gets cold in pennsylvania like maybe they really love swimming. But you can't but what does it cover three hundred days on cylinder probably just itching to get out of there waiting to leave. Do you think it's the pool holding it back to whoever buys it has to fill out zillow where the pool is halfway in. Halfway out of the garage is wild is a normal garage. Yes the door still there. But it's on that inside cleared out the bottom of the garage. Put the pool in in like let it go into the garage and you can do it. It doesn't make waste before we continue with that. I just look. Why don't they just do a gloss floor like they do on like when part like parties a big houses with polls they have a dance for put because they couldn't afford it we mean they couldn't afford probably didn't they would. How much does it cost to put like. Shit like a solid piece of glass. That is gonna come out from under. The wasn't what did they put over for parties like the rising the no no art. No they put like a thing over for parties big parties they sometimes they cover the pool with dance floor. They done it before. it's not expensive. 'cause they do for parties all the time with pool. They're selling the house. So i don't know but just blow it in the middle of how're tom. Put a rug over. Don't tell them discover say there's a letter. Just let him find. So when you're sitting. Kate wait okay clearly built the garage on after the pool was but i got that kinda sick zane love everything but for one. I love that i like to see. Let me see. You can't tell me that doesn't look cool like we should be disarmed at school. Oh describe to the listeners. Looking executive cool l. Cut out that goes like up into this like garage structure and the garage doors up. And there's nothing else in the atlantic hotel in bahamas that sorta garage like when you're trying to close the garage and the fire to this is the most depressing out of i've ever like outbuilding on rollercoaster tycoon. Bill that in the sims. That's something i would imagine. Imagine going to a party our and you'd be the call shit that's cool. I know you. I'm white trash and i still don't you resulted in versus you. Never saw them before. All the kids are partying. All the parents are like. Oh we're pulling down. This is our our garage door. Close outlook so fucking weird does close is just worth. You'll love brian. deepak smart area. It was also fun. If it was like your kid's birthday it was like a scavenger hunt and like they could go into like a lagoon. Kind of thing could find treasure. That is it all carpet around the pool Not ever swimming pool. Nobody goes in some grandparents died. Like grandpa was like. Don't don't don't get up. Oh oh god here on a good note. We got some good guests coming up. Yes we didn't have one this time but because we wanted to catch you guys up on what happened hawaii. I'm fired up. We got we got the next four five guesses like pretty good confirmed we we a lot of last minute bills but we but suppose on this service i know i know but we were trying to find a guess. We got the gusts. They bailed which is okay but it was fine because we never been able to talk about the hawaii trip. If they're suffering come back everyone's booked busy. Everyone's like on tour for their social lives. So exactly ooh weeks. That's a long time day of school. Like celebration of something. Like a hundred pennies or something like something out of one hundred comic below what you think we should do for. Our hundred episodes should record it. It'll still weeks from now. Don't laugh. I think it could happen. Really it's possible to let me gets all right by my house. Lay it on the big screen. Yeah okay all right guys. Thanks again for watching another episode. Zany heath unfiltered. This was this was. This was such a good episode. I felt like we've had a good back navy. We're back yeah. We've had a good week. David's up again and baby. Vox i do that again. No nothing new again well. That's that's ron episode of zany unfiltered. We're watching as always we got a case of the giggles. As clothing out here are the highlights channel. It's one of my favorite things on youtube. It's all the funny bits that we've talked about in the past quick into the point i highly recommend it and i'm not you said why does why did you get so excited closed. 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Best Specials of the Year So Far with Kathryn VanArendonk

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Best Specials of the Year So Far with Kathryn VanArendonk

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I'm your host jesse david fox. This week. we're doing our biannual check in on the state of contemporary comedy special aka. When catherine been aaron. One of bulger's critics comes on to discuss the best specials of the year so far as an extension of the store he writes for the site As we know this is a weird year so far you know with the pandemic. most meetings haven't had an opportunity to tour let alone shoot a special in front of people that said catherine has selected four specials and i agree they rule. If you enjoy hearing catherine i talk and talk and talk about comedy specials which. I hope you do considering. That's what's about to happen. We have a patriotic called the specials where we do just that like literally. There's another two hours of us talking about bogans inside with new york times comedy critic jason cinnamon so this is like a you know a small taste of that It's like a like a little spoon of ice cream size taste of that show. So here is katharine. Aaron down i am here with catherine van air. Don thank you for joining me. Of course thanks for having me back. We're talking about your list of the best specials of the year. Twenty twenty one so far. Is that the word you use specials like what is the word considering what we're about the talk about. What are you calling these things yeah. I'm still calling them. Specials specials comedy specials because our long comedy specials because it is useful to have a norm so that you can point to that norm and say yeah now. I'm going to deviate from it if i want. Yes one of these. Things is one hour long. Yeah you know. I i wanted to talk about. What makes this year different and and your approach to it And i think the best way into this conversation is there are no women on your list so far as of right now and beyond sort of internalized misogyny Could you explain why that is yeah. It's 'cause i 'cause. I hate women as i built guides besides them so i don't think women are funny and i think we've discussed that amply in several previous episodes of this very podcast in fact Yeah well so. I don't know if anyone's heard but twenty. Twenty one is a strange year in a lot of respects and clearly the most important way that it is strange is that comedy is in a really weird place right now There are a very small group of people who were able or wanted to tour and develop material and like get a bunch of stuff together To be a place to be releasing a special right now. A lot of what we're seeing still is stuff that was floating around from before twenty. Twenty that is now coming out. There's very little stuff that was developed over the last year that was then filmed and has now been released over the last couple of months that is then was like ready to be to be a special which is not to say that there are not lots of people working you know there has been some online discourse which i hope that you can hear him saying that with like capital letters online discourse about you know how many women are not getting booked in clubs right now. This sense that there were women. All over zoom shows over the last year and they're not being represented in the kinds of people that booker's are looking for i. That's totally anecdotal there. I have no way of like no visibility into that side of it. But i do have visibility into the specials that i was able to look out for to consider what is the best of the like last several months and there are no women. I mean there are a couple but there weren't great and they were you know the kinds of things. They were vast iceberg of stuff. That always comes out and then you're kind of looking for the really stellar stuff that somebody's been able to give a great deal of themselves to develop and i don't think it is an accident that this is a shortlist and it is a shortlist that has no women on it like every industry women were not were unequally affected by the opportunities available to them for their careers over the last year. I have small kids. I cannot imagine that. If i were a stand up over the last year i would have had any desire or capability to like. Be doing any kind of shows. You know pro zoom ones. Maybe but i think as so many of us have discovered the stuff we do of resumed. Didn't necessarily translate to real life or is something that we wanna get recorded and like called a special as part of you know the work that we put out forever. I know you know. I've been looking. Also we were talking about If you were a woman who is a comic and has the kind of career stature to be able to pick your projects over the last year. Maybe you don't wanna be in comedy clubs during material and maybe instead it safer for you to be working on tv or movie projects there. I think a lot of things going on here. And i don't wanna underplay any of them but i am really just not thrilled with the fact that this is a list of four men but also. I don't know what i can do about it at this particular moment. It's like a lot of things where on this on this surface. It's like oh it's sort of like sexism and then when you talk about a more it's actually a much more complex game. World was excellent whole web. Yeah and it is a thing of. There's only so many comedians one showing someone comedians. There's far fewer female comedians period. The the level that a female community to reach to be able to the to do specials. There's even fewer of those people so now and if you have reached that level most likely you are famous where there are many male comedians who have reached that level who are to don't have to be famous and standards with the thing that they do and they don't care they're just going to talk that's their main thing where these female celebrity might be like. I'm going to act. If i'm gonna makes him out of money and also most female. Comedians are aware because they've been nephew meeting in their life that the expectations on them when they do put out specials are so that are so high. The they're behind the eight ball because people like to be like. Oh this is going to be this or that. And i i would say. Based on some of the male specials that have been the male comedians special of come out during the pandemic their record during the pandemic that a lot of these people are like so what. I'll have an okay special. Yeah it'd be fine. Like yeah. I i'm working. It's like we all know it's going to be fine whatever. Yeah that sort of thing well. They're not all going to be great. But i've they're all gonna be on netflix right that that energy is not the sort of like no female comedian that i wear. Is that confident that they could put out something average and then not be held against them forever So that becomes a factor and then it just sort of like you're limiting this group to fewer and fewer fewer people And the and the fact that like if we're going to be like. I want to mount an ambitious project right that plays a form or whatever that does not demand me having detoro whatever you need a big fancy person but like we promised. We're going to give you the money. We'll give ahead of time right now. Multiple these specials demanded people either financed it themselves or have enough financial security that they could buy a lot of equipment. They could rent out spaces like multiple. These special demanded certain amount of financial security that by adrian. Yeah you're right to is going to be like. I'll give you all those things because i trust you you know. Yeah and they'll mana female comedians. That are in. That boat is so so so few i. If you give me ten minutes i can maybe think like one or two and and so as a result. This is a reflection of that like you. You you know. This is the this reflection of what has happened over. The last few years and comedy opposed to like it is interesting because it's like i heard that. Now the streamers are like gotta get people filming this content ryan like there's that we stretched our backlog as much as possible and now we needed people we need to start doing half hour and people who have not been performing live are like two months and and again that's another thing and i'm sure they're gonna put some effort to make sure they're women in that group and but again i imagined that type of thing that like the men version of that we're like well. Why am i out of this film specials where there's a lot of these people community were not sure because it's just like not a given because of the history of this industry and i the will be fema community put out specials by the end of the year that i know of one at least right. Yeah like emmy we can say now. It's like Special that is an animated special. That i'm sure that if it came out yesterday would be on this list. It is not so that's good but it is there's something about how how revealing is when it's like when you don't have the sort of like the industry does not have enough power to hide the fact that it has all these visits just sort of like it in the raw. This is like well we can pull off and you're like oh when they're not well. Yeah this is the result. It's like we got stripped down to the bare essentials and then we were like. Oh wow turns out the bare essentials or men lake. That's those are those. Are those of the monoliths that we have when you when you take away. All of the like what we consider extraneous staff but it and it should be noted that like we're about to talk about four male specials and only like one was an example of a person who is probably like new either went to the streamer. But like give me this money. Embiid just way ahead of time and allowed him to do this project. Yeah the others. i believe. Probably a special. That was like bought right before the pandemic and then was not able to be filmed. The other one is back locked and so in answer and the other is like a completely completely yeah yeah. Su- reflects specials period. These are like only one of these is like what you normally expect to be on the list like us absolutely. Yes yes and that that sucks but it is. Also i mean there is a there is a silver lining. Which is that there. Is this opportunity to really embrace all kinds of new weird stuff. You get the kinds of playfulness with and like stretching the form. That are is always exciting when you have a chance to really like highlight it but also are forced to do it. I mean is so much really interesting are gets created because you're restrictions were so intense had to figure out other ways of doing things and this is a reflection of that too. And that's i don't wanna i don't wanna just you know like their four men and so like this is a bad list while wa you know like there's really fantastic and interesting things going on here but as is always the case we have to remember who is given the opportunity to create those kinds of projects. So yeah that's so. The list is great but we all should feel a little bit bad about it. Yeah that's that's a you know. I don't want anyone to ever be able to come away from any episode in which i am on this. Podcast with uncomplicated feelings. About anything it's better to be just real mess of happy sad all the time so speaking of which we should do. Wanna get into the list as it stands. Guess please so we're working to in alphabetical order by last name Because i don't know why did that because there's a person with a name starts with a so immediately you're bringing of course that's how we should share just so but this is not ranked so the first special on the list is james a casters colas. Anya hate myself. Nineteen ninety nine which was self released. it was filmed pre pandemic Part of the reason it should be noted it was self released was in two thousand and twenty. He released it for one night. It was like a special event and to see what would happen. He would basically is like. Let's see if the audience would behave With some of this material that i would like them to be chill about specifically has a joke about His ex girlfriend leaving him for mr bean. That's very funny. And in the special he talks about. Please don't tweet about this joke if you're watching at home don't tweet about it. It's a very specifically done joke. I don't trust you guys with the tone of it. And so he put it out for one night just to see if people would be chill and they were not so he did not sell the special he's like basically it was like i. It's demands amount of financial security to do this but he was like. I'm not going to sell the special. To someplace you hit minimum could got somewhere in england. And then obviously. I don't know if netflix would've bought another one necessarily but like i'm sure if you're issue max award the like and he's like no. This needs to be only for people who pay individually because as as one of the main themes of the special He does not like the audience. He thinks they're bad and they are the worst part of doing comedy. That is the context of why this is released. Why did it s make your list. Well he's incredibly funny. So that's really number one. I is two hours long. And i say that up top because there is just like a stamina involved in the amount of sustained He is a persona on stage. Not like a big loud where you're looking at him and like that person is a clown but like it is a very deliberate persona that he sort of creates an embodies. That is very close to what i imagine is his person but clearly is not his person and so it. Is this just incredible energy that it takes to be to do that for two hours and he doesn't do it with a with a intermission because that's what you do when you're in england i guess as you have an intermission in the middle but the space that that gives him is that he gives him then the room to build these really long pieces that have so many layers of jokes in them that develop over a long period of time. That are this like they're you know. I love a really narrative joke. There's a lot of very narrative soon things happening in here. That are really really personal but have the kind of distance from how personal they are that you get the dispute crafted bake off thing that he is telling you about the mr bean joke which you've already mentioned is kind of the the core of like this is an incredibly personal thing that i have processed and like the result of the processing. Is this beautiful joke about an incredibly painful thing in my life and is the combination of that kind of sustained control for these really long. Just beautifully told funny stories and the level of thought that he has about all of the stuff that you were just talking about the frustration with the audience the frustration with what sort of comedy expectation creates for how these stories are supposed to play and like his feeling. You can feel him kind of pushing against that even as he's telling them his need his own awareness of his compulsion to get up there and do that and how much he hates the fact that he is has this compulsion to get up there and be this person You know we're gonna talk about burnham a bit which is like the least obvious. I mean the most obvious spoiler of all time burn of his on his list. And when i i watched this special you know having seen make happy a lot and before inside had come out i think slapped both you and our editor meghan was like well. This is a very bopha enemy kind of thing and like it. Has that same thematic obsession going on underneath but it is very interesting to watch it get modulated through something more like these big long narrative personal stories and not covered by the outlet of the music that we are going to sort of see in inside later. Yeah i was completely into this special from the beginning. I mean it's just it's mesmerizing really. Is this morning. And i was like. This really is so hard. What he's doing so hard because you know it is how you're supposed to tell a comedic story which is every part of it. You use an opportunity to do a million jokes but like his ability to find sort of just the right one for so many different parts of it so they're so many different styles of things. There's so many different techniques like it's truly like if you watch top chef in your like they do the same thing like wow. There's twelve techniques this thing which is like the truth is like that is for nerd in other comedians. Like the audience does not care about the techniques are using but it it makes it so this is not boring. You can do to two hours. Because he's doing all these different things but the thing. That is so impressive and also difficult which is like one. We all have personal experiences right and so it's like it's not just like always personal onstage. Right he talked about being said like. We're all sad if we all could if just being sad is like what makes it good then. We all should have the best specialty year but it's his ability to sort of one process it and process it but also have a decision of how he wants to how much he wants to process it and how he needs to presented for him to fulfil what he believes he needs to do with his art. Show that he cares a certain amount of responsibility but also amount of thought and being delivered. About exactly the tony's trying to do but also there's like to be able to one c themes in your own life and then also see your broader about what you wanna say about culture and have them feed into each other so it's like this is a special about his relationship with the audience and that is also somewhat a metaphor his relationship to being british and also his relationship to being british is is also manifest itself in his how he talked about mental illness. And how the british not talking about that but also this talk about. Mental illness is a metaphor for perform. Stand up in. The forms of stand up is a metaphor for the nature of like how he project not to having mental innocent. All this stuff feeds and like romantic relationships. There's like those are also sort of the same dynamics that we see played out. And that's so you know he's very very good at finding extremely specific like like immedi stories that have hooks that are so easy for an audience to be like. Well you know this is a very. This is a relationship that i have that i kind of understand having this moment with a girlfriend or an ex or some awkward interaction with a boss or something and then he is able to sort of take what you know the worst version of book it's relatable or whatever and then spin it out into this much more thoughtful and just ex extremely nuanced thought depiction of like yeah mental illness and performance. I think he's a really good job of Showing a not telling you know. I think it's always the thing with comedians which is like. They very often need to tell you what they're thinking. And what this means and how this relates and he does a good job of like. I'm just gonna give you snippets of this day and you and in it. You'll get the sense of the story and just from pacing of it and what works and then he sort of. He doesn't have to explain what the story is about because he he uses the sort of part in where a lesser comedian or. Just a comedian. Who has not really banged out would have done is he. Uses this sort of other thematic elements to sort of explain what that stories about without having to be like. This is what that story is about. Yeah and it's it's really long. And it's indulgent and so much but i think it's part of it and it's part of he he's using the vocabulary of a style of comedy of like tough guy nist to to really Make a point about what is actually challenging. Right it's it's it's he's showing the guys like regular so challenging to in their mind to pick upon the weakest parts of society and his main point like it's also like in so much as art is also criticism. It is a piece. That is criticizing so much about what comedy is and should be i. It's like he has such a problem. With how comedy works and seemingly comedy in england is even is worse than it is even here and these guys that are like so challenging to do these jokes like no actually challenging to one. This is. I'm going to show how much better than you. I'm gonna do these intel incredible pieces and personal pieces and things. That are hard to do to show you that. I'm i'm putting my money where my mouth is in terms of like what you're doing actually not challenging and michio but also Challenging the audience in a way of like the actual dynamic that is complicated and really understanding the fundamental nature of comedy which is that the comedian has to please the audience but the audience wants to just have fun and the immediate wants to express themselves and that is like the bo burnham thing the fundamental especially the make happy thing and there's just that part where he's he puts it so sustainability which is like every night. I'm the person who knows the most about comedy. And i have to please you people like i. I need your approval and it is. i mean. it's just an incredibly contemporary saying. And i think to do that to be conceptual thing while also just be really good. Comedy is nights like you don't have to do that like i'm fine with you. Construction has you can trojan but like and there's elements of that right it's like you can see the staging like all these like conscious stuff. That also like bo burnham does with inside which is even more conscious but there is that like you can just see the light and you see backstage and for some reason the set is built where it's just mid the structure where you see the backstage and yeah and these big obvious moves really has huge sunglasses on and then takes them off and then puts them back on at the end. Yeah but he's not being like he's underlining does and that's because james is not like a theatrical person he's not like and he and that's and that's part of a charming about bo. Bo has a teenagers spirit. Yeah yeah yeah. I think you know the one other thought that i really wanted to about james is something that i think about a lot when i am reviewing specials by like really really really famous people which james is not here in the uk. And he's not you know he's not helen mirren in the uk either. He's not like a like a a level movies but he is way more famous. Ss's like john. Mullany pre all the new. John mullany stuff. Yeah yeah which is like still pretty famous. You know to a level where at some point you have tipped over into your life not being like a like you cannot get up on the stage and be like this is what regular people do and i am a regular person because your audience is not going to buy it and also you literally don't have those experiences anymore or at least a lot of your experiences are not that and it can be really fascinating but also frustrating watching comedians. Who are at that level. Where there were they are. You know superstars. Wildly wealthy superstars trying to figure out how to do like audience. Pleasing calm relatable comedy. And i think there was just something so i don't wanna say endearing. Is the wrong word for this because it is not comfortable but the way that he uses both the bake off story and the mr bean story to be like here is from the surface. What dislike famous person. Life looks like like. I was on bake off my ex's dating mr bean like i am in a different echelon of experience than any of you sitting in this audience right now and instead of trying to make that relatable in a like it was awkward and now i feel weird kind of way he or or to ignore it or translate it somehow into like you know typical experience he just fully digs into how awful and uncomfortable. It is for him and to take like a really viral familiar moment and then just totally unpack it as far as what was actually happening and is headed is at this time you know i think i think there is this real sense for most very famous people that like. You can't do that because nobody cares about your famous person problems and to extent that's true like that. Is the audience problem. That he's deal part of the audience problem that he is dealing with. But he is. He works at such a level that it is incredibly funny and fascinating. The way that he's able to tell it and the refusal to be part of my life. I can't talk about or like this. Part of my life doesn't matter it's off bounds because people aren't going to feel you know connected to me because this is the thing that i need to say i mean is so it just i i. I could not stop thinking about it and like watching those bits over and over again. He's so good at it. Yeah you get it something that. I thank you so much saying that because it unlocked a thing that i've been. I've had difficulty articulating for years. Now which has the potential of median famous right. I think i got bo burnham said it i think jason zimmerman was telling me to us on the special which was like bo burnham's like oh being famous as the death of comedy and i think you hear stuff like that however time and time again it has been shown that when you're famous there is a potential there and like the most famous example. Is richard pryor big tabloid story. That lit himself on fire and then the result is arguably the most famous bit of stand up as ever existed. And what happens when you're famous is two things. One people have a notion about. Y'all ready so you can dispel that and and deeper than as result. They're already invested in your story. So that's an advantage but also it allows you to use yourself as a metaphor different way because you're already an idea of person where when you when you are just a comedian going on there you are a regular person. You are like a guy that you have to pretend you're person that walked off the street and are having a conversation but the audience isn't talking and we're all the same and if you're not that type of comedian you have to very quickly convey that you're going to be a completely different world. You're creating and beautiful comedy comes out of it. it's great. There is a reason that so much. The best comedy comes from famous people one they are famous arguably for reason they got there because they're so good at comedy but the other is when they really good at it and really willing to willingness is yeah yes and it's and it takes a lot of work and it takes probably you don't like being famous or you see for what is i think some people are famous like this rules. I feel comfortable talking. About how much rule. But james clearly does not love it and but he was able to see himself from the outside of himself right the me of him on bake off existed and he realized like oh like james cast represent something to people. So wow i could talk about james eight caster and partly it allows them to be like yes. I'm doing personally. But here. But i'm also doing not just universal material but material like says something about society and that is very hard to do when you are just a regular person who is not lifted up. I mean it's like essentially like you are in so much as we deify celebrities essentially like it becomes like a like a philosophical the idea of oneself and that there's probably some term for that type of thing but ultimately that is why this is so exciting and why he's able to do these things why he is representation of british culture as a whole and why his experience on bake off is representation of british culture and the whole is because he. We do that with celebrities. We make them representations of our cultures as a whole. Yeah yeah i mean and this is something you say constantly but like part of what is exciting about a really great set is that it creates this world that you're living in right and when you are famous the world building is half done for you so you you is just a very efficient way to shortcut past having to you know like here's who i am and here's my sensibility. And if you then i mean it can go both ways you could then be super lazy and be like you know. I don't have to do any of that stuff anymore. Like i'll just do my thing again or you can say this work was already done like now i have now. I can skip all that part and go deeper and do other things. Yeah i think that's a nice way to transition into the second special honor list. We already talked about it. And that's bo burnham's inside which is also doing the same version of the same thing so we might as well just sort of keep it on a roll and shockingly why this make your list. Yeah i don't know if anyone's seen or heard of bo burnham's inside anyone listening to this comedy podcast. He's a. He's a newcomer to the comedy scene. Yeah i couldn't not put this on this like it is. It is the biggest. Gimme of all time. It is all of the things that i look for. When i am trying to think about what would make a list like this. It is exquisitely made like every tiny last inch of it. Somebody was worried about for like four hours. Every tiny inch of it It is an incredible demonstration of one person's comedic sensibility and their Where their brain is like what they want to say about the world and what they want people to feel about them and about comedy and about culture like it. Is this credibly thoughtful and multifaceted presentation of all kinds of stuff happening in culture. It is i mean. I think one of the big distinctions between what bo is doing. And what Eight james e is doing the boa so much more obsessed with and focused on the internet. Ray it's like they're all the same kinds ideas and themes but they're played out in a very different space so there's that and then there is just the the uncanny or i mean not uncanny for deliberate the zeitgeist -ness of it the way that it captures not just one person comedic sensibility. Not just sort of commentary about what the world is like not just this exquisite production of those things but manages to hit some deep vein of what lots and lots and lots of people are feeling about where the world is and it is undeniable combination of those things that creates just like taken over. Look most come comedy conversations in the last month. And i do not begrudge it that i think it deserves all of those conversations inevitably there's then like backlashes and backlashes to the backlash is because that's how we have a reasonable conversations around here. That's how they all go now. But yeah i mean. I don't think it's possible to watch this. And then be like i don't you know and i don't think it's really this much to say. I've had internal versions of those backlashes to the backlash every day. I have a new version new opinion about it and and where i've landed. I've been here for a couple of weeks and it and it and it come from you know what i i watched it. I sort of watching it knowing. I was being watched in a way because i knew i had a report back to mag about one out about it and i and i knew i had sort of unbelievable expectations because i i know what i thought mcafee said and did and what it what are titillated. I think eighth grade also did that. And i spoke to him and i sort of know him as an artist. I also sort of like have thought about his work as it relates to the pandemic so is sort of like thinking about the teams and stuff that he could say in this opportunity so my expectations were sort of both too high and both specific to what i would do if i was burnham and and i watched it and i was like it's pretty good and it's because i wanted it to sort of like feel like a masterpiece like i wanted to feel like what it feels like like ten years after it comes out and we all agree and that's when you first watch especially by yourself and the thing that i missed was what i hope was going to be somehow somehow do both the both things about burn which is like partly extremely imo ernest person in also like a cartoon initially cynical person like he's like essentially like a teenagers version of cynicism and teenagers version of earnestness. And and because he's doing music it works right. It's like if he was just talking like that. It would be like the worst possible of both types of comedy but musical allows a certain sort of like tonal variation like that and allows you to be more nuanced and especially like musical comedy which is more rooted in like musical writing music like musicals than it is like pop music because of how literal the lyrics tend to be really are enunciate. Yes the reality of human speech is that you can only say one thing at one time you're and when you said it to music you get more than one thing like you can have happy and sad literally at the exact same moment is just a more. You can pack more stuff into the exact same second. That's that's how it works. So so at first i i wanted so and the thing that i always struck me and it is partly from talking to when i interviewed him for this podcast years ago and he talked about you know doing the thing giving the experience of the thing while also like sending it up and commenting on it and i wanted that and i wanted him to sort of meditate on what. It means to sort of have this. You know as i said like i i had an idea of what the themes of the special. We're going to be which is be careful what you wish for. And there's some of that as well which is like he's like. I don't wanna perform anymore. Audience is toxic. Now look at me. I'm all by myself. And that's part of it. But so and i was like yeah. It's pretty good some songs. I like our funny. If some jokes were better than others. I thought jokes would have been better if he was able to toward more in like kind of really see and i won't say which but there's one joke that still bothers me. I'll say what which the joke in a thirty when i turned twenty seven. I painted with my mom algebra. Every i think about i wake up. A cold sweats in the frigging night. Being like that lyric is wrong. It's not what he should have said. And it's my favorite song otherwise and anyway so the point is i was sort of in this space where i like part of those pretty good and then i then sort of watched the internet. Watch it and we watched it but as the experience of watching the thin watching specifically watching tiktok watch it and seeing these these kids for a lack of a nicer word to lebanon kinda sending word feel it and they had such an intense emotional experience one that i did not have one that i thought the special did not offer. I thought all the special sort of like really succeeds at being this like send up of earnestness. Send up of autobiography. Send up of like what i think is like the bony their idea which is like a person who escapes to a cabin and re comes out with this like masterpiece that god gave them because there's parts of it like the example that might to examples of this is when he sings funny feeling and it's like his folk song. He has like a background of the woods behind him. So you and the other one is when he does these sort of like stand up sections where he's like being a trailer comedian. He's wearing all black allah. George carlin louis c. So clearly he's he's parroting these things as much as doing them so i thought at best. It's a full cynical thing. And and then i saw these people have such intense emotional experiences to experience. I thought were sort of unbelievable and wrong. Like i was like. That's not correct. That's a misreading of it. Along is not the it became a trend. I sort of was flabbergasted by which is like people kept on being all as a song about a person at the end of the pandemic talking to a person the beginning of pandemic. Oh wow yeah and that and kept doing these things where the cut between themselves and i was just like. Oh my lord. What is this. And then i was like. Who am i. Just say that the bushels. Like that's as thing. And i realized that partly because i was watching tiktok over and over again everything i'm showed his beaubourg medias and then one day i signed on and i see myself in my voice talking to beaubourg of and i asked him a question. I don't remember asking about like. How true was this one song. And he's like look it's true and not true and it's amplified and look i come from this musical theater dramatic dramatic and and i'm like. Oh yeah. this is his thing. He's speaking to a teenager soul or when you have emotions. They feel like the biggest emotions anyone's ever felt so like i. Now accept that if everyone things it's really emotional and everyone thinks it's so brilliant in terms of like it's what it's sending up then. He did what he is chief to do. And it's made me accept things that i thought were problems and and we could talk about for million hours and that's a success like so much comedy i talk about it for like our but like the fact that this has so many different ways you can look at different points. Do you talk about like what stage and what's not stage. And why did he stay that way like. Why was the equipment. all over. The place is the second act adrian because he goes to sleep and wakes up. What was the ori filmed. It like definitely seems like walking. Internet might have been the first song because his hair so short. Why is that like it's so rich. It's there's so much paradox. Which is like hard for comedy do. Does it over and over and over again and it makes it so like a song like white woman's instagram. A first reaction. Everyone had a strong clear. I like this song. I don't like it for this reason. Everyone i talked to. And i've the fact that even that's on you waiver now is a credit to his ability to sort of Comedy benefits from being black and white. 'cause you'll laugh harder if it's a clear thing your brain goes got laugh and he's able to get laughs like that while also making things that are unsettled and that is true artistic achievement. I just wanted to provide you for all you literary theory heads out there the the work that might be a useful grounding for like how you think about this as umberto. Eco's the openwork. Which while you were talking i have looked up short description of how to describe For him for echo the idea of openness is an artist decision to leave arrangements of some constituents of a work to the public or to chance and as a result is this exploration of artistic work that has elements of multiplicity and plurality and the insistence on a response as interactive between reader and text. And i think that is really the best way where somebody a caster is. frustrated with. The audience is annoyed by them is attempting to control what the tone literally saying. Don't want other people interacting with this. Because i do not actually think. The interaction benefits the thing. That i am trying to say. Bo has put this thing out. There not said anything about it and the production of meaning has been this way that people are interacting with it. Which is this incredible and also really fascinating an unusual way for a comedy special. That is made this way to exist because most comedy that we talk about and something that is so important. I know you care about a great deal. But like a commune gets in front of an audience and it is produced through that interaction before right that is the draft process of it and as a result you you refine it you hone it. And then the finished thing is the special that is filmed and once that happens there is no longer and any interaction. Right it is put in a box and we watch it and like now it's gone and this is like a really i think i can't. I can't think of any other examples in comedy. I'm sure you know better than i do. But like of the way that this does it. Which is a total reversal of that. Right you have completely in a box to yourself totally exists and only you know about it and only you think about it and only i mean he does have collaborators which is important to note So that's not totally true but far more than any other comedic work it is just you and then all of the production of meaning all of the way that it lives in the world is through the way you don't say anything else about it is through the way that these crazy tiktok's that you're watching and you know people are whoring themselves into some of these songs and or you know their lives they say are changed by like watching some parts of it and they just select part of it right. You don't need to take it as a whole if you don't want or you do think about it. As a whole you create these like almost fanfest level readings of it you know pointed out the way it relates to your own life. You point out the way it's false and that way it doesn't work. It is an absolutely singular comedic thing in that respect Yeah just just a remarkable pandemic thing but what's interesting for how much he decries or if that's the right word the internet is like he's turned thirty james e cassar six years older than him. That is a different relationship to the internet. He is a literally exactly are. James is exactly our age so we grew up and then the internet became part of my our lights. We're bo- once. He had conscious the internet sort of was there. He was nine in one thousand nine hundred nine this glorious period and and that's what's interesting which is like he understands the internet in certain ways of like we're gonna put it out there in the internet's going to create what this thing is and and i. It's a rare time where i really hope he forgot to wave. Not talking about this and people asked me to have them on and if he wants to come on bo. If you're listening. I'm happy to talk to you about it. We can go through every second of it twelve hours long. It's sort of like it's such a rare thing where people have their own meaning of it and yeah like there's probably fights about like what is correct and that silly like there's like there's no right answer and even if bo says the a thing at this point it's not the right answer as i'm saying the audience gets to decide comedies and audience urban art form and we've now talked about these guys were and it's partly because they're next to each other and those so thematically related but there are other specials that have come out this year so we're going to stop talking about if you want to hear hug more burdensome. We have another two hours of it on the specials. We could probably find another two hours to talk about it later. And that's great and we're right back more. 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So that's not exactly what has happened. He's going to release it ten minutes special though. Most of them have been over ten minutes. One was twenty minutes long and that is what he's calling his special like that instead of doing a special he feels like i'm going to do these things in segments so it's more media so there's more allowance for the audience to tell me what he wants me to talk about what they want me to talk about but it is a deliberately connected process however maybe they're a person listening. I'm i have a person. My head is like a true stand up. Head was like fine. we'll cowboys burnham. Even though like some of those things he wasn't zing line. I get lisa's. Lisa's released on netflix. Into thing he calls it a special. Yeah fine okay. We'll include james cassidy even though it's two hours long and there's an intermission abo-about but now this is not even one so and made up critic and we have recreated okay well first of all food to you. Why don't you like fun things. Second of all It's twenty twenty one. I don't know if you've noticed as a lot out there. And i had to make a list and three things on a list is barely list or things definitely next. Seems like a like a mistake to me to overlook the way that these are being built and not think about them as being produced in a way that is really even if it is not exactly the same way that many specials are produced in the is a mistake to me to say that they you know should not get considered in the same territory because i first of all from a production standpoint. The first three of them are from sets that he does outside. And i went into. Are these just like films like how how am i. Is this going to feel like a special in the way that it is like really carefully crafted from a production standpoint and it absolutely does it is not just like his friend with an phone standing like you know filming him this thing. There's a great deal of thought that goes into the He does like split-screen audience reactions. Which i think is interesting really interesting choice. It's not one that i have seen in other things The the space of it is this outdoor. You know totally play. I don't know how they set it up but it clearly it's not usually like a little amphitheater. Somebody pulled out some benches. So it's a service. I don't know what you'd call it a secret space in the jungles of go and we can talk about why. It's a secret space but it's like a hidden and you have to climb up a mountain to get there yes And so that's where it is continuing. I'll we'll talk about why it's yes absolutely and this is not material. This is not somebody who's just getting up there and like working out jokes like i've done a couple times. We're so seeing like it is very incredible. Like he's been working on this material he thought about. He is considered in the choices that he's making he has them On roughly on themes so the first one is religion. The second one is on freedom of speech. The third one is on Like western privilege and then the last one to date so far is a virtually because of the covert surge in india in spring and That one is about is called jokes for the dead and you know. I was not familiar with his stuff before watching this and i was so taken with the clarity of his ideas about these big messy horrible things. I mean horrible and like fascinating and and disastrous things i he. Has this joke about freedom of speech. That i don't even know if i agree with as like really what freedom of speech is about but as soon as he said it you just get this click of like what exactly it is that he means and he cares about. He's talking about how for him. Freedom of speech is not the ability to like look at the government and like you know. Say whatever you want to them or you know. It's like he is on a train with you. And some guy standing there with his carrying out and he want freedom of speech for him is he needs to be able to say. Hey that guy's dick is out and see whether you also see the guy who's dick is out like you have to be able to talk about the thing that is happening in front of you. And he has. I mean he has all kinds of tech. He has a lot of techniques that i think are really successful for him. He does a great accent his great at creating these characters and undermining them. He has a a really effective rhythm for these spaces. You know he doesn't do these big long anecdotal stories but you get jokes. That have just enough kind of meat on them so that they don't feel too glib or or silly for this kind of material that he's working on And he has a just an absolute Down like a dowsing rod sense for the actual like pain. Point is for the audience in front of him for the thing that he wants to say which is not to say. He doesn't sometimes go over it. I mean sometimes the jokes that he does he you can see him go like us so far end but he's still but he's going to say them because it is important to him to say i mean it just is almost hard. I is almost hard to compare this to the other specials on this list not because of the way it is produced. Not because of the sort of you know it's it's in bits and pieces over the course of the year but because it is just in such a wildly different context then the other things happening on here that it almost doesn't feel fair to the other things to be like and also this guy's standing there in a jungle and being good at the thing that he is doing. I'm the i mean there's a. We are inundated by political comedy. Now parley become inundated by everything now and political comedy is a thing especially during trump. There was just so much of it and there's an incredible demand for it because like the thing that is causing stress. There's a hope that people could offer some catharsis and because trump everyone needed very specific different versions of it so the everyone's so political comedy was really narrow of especially here but also felt really ineffective and really purposeless and the comedians. You like also didn't feel like that a sense of purpose and a clarity of purpose. They're like this either pointless. Or i'm just preaching to the converted. I think like milk toast like you're doing. These trump is orange jokes. Yeah yeah and and he truly has a sense of purpose and cash and unlike one. It's good for bill. A sense of purpose to it is captivating to hear a person of a sense of purpose. It allows him to speak slowly and deliberately. Because you're like you feel it and you know it. And it's because take the thing about the freedom of speech and all of this which is in in this country and in england who include james cast with the idea of freedom of speech is just kinda comedian. Say mean things about people who Don't deserve it right. it's just. I can't do it. No yes that's what. Freedom of speech is speech. What the difference between freedom of speech whatever like that it just goes in circles but ultimately the penalty is different versions of slaps on the wrist and rich. People don't like being slapped on the wrist. How dare you comedies. Knowing get slapped on the wrist veer does is in a jungle in go up. Because he was he can be arrested for. This material can be hurt from this material. Other comedians in india are getting arrested are getting jailed for talking about this when i spoke. He's like i will be like. I don't think maybe i will. At some point. I will get the wrong judge. I'll get the wrong. Whatever and i it just will happen. You know and he still does it because if he can't do it as as the most prominent english-speaking comedian in india. Then how's anyone gonna do it. And and and it's not just because he thinks comedy is important though like ozzie. He thinks it is and though he doesn't take credit for it other comedians. Give them much credit for essentially like bringing english speaking comedy to the country. It's like he as he says like it is. He believes like existential important for even. If you don't have the power to push back on a government like this you know to be able to say this is weird this. Something's off because not being able to do that. And being isolated from other people who agree with you in this way like getting so you already have the fact that you are under fascist regime and minimum. You can have people like this. This is not normal. This idea of the kushtia during the day. Yeah yeah but like it's really important to him and he and he's able to do it and he's able to push it and he's able to talk seriously about it but have enough levity that you're paying attention that he does. He does relief things. They've been like as you said. The fourth is about jokes for the debt. And it's just about grief which is not a topic that most comedians talk about. I mean if they do it's like you know like they had a parent die and then two years later. They have a special where they talk about that. And and that's good that's great. I love art. That it's like that it is very different than in the middle of this. Yes urge to ha- just talk to people about it like that is a societal good like that relief. L like it's like you know as we talk about the role of comedy in society it is a it is like the liver or whatever it is a engine of processing things that are happening and you feel him do that and he's so good at doing that you feel like it's like truly like i mean like though catharsis. His temporary is lee. Something is relief. You're not gonna crumble under the tension of it. Because he is. There is a feeling of like. I feel safe with this person. It also. he's making me feel better. And that's nice and vitality to where you're just like this is. This is not the same important but this is not going through the motions. And you really feel that. And i think that that is the thing that is extraordinary. I mean like if you feel it and you can tell it is also so fascinating to think about his. He clearly has the sense of comedy as like service right and the relationship to the audience is so different. It is maybe polar opposite to somebody like james caster he more than once In these segments is talking about the how the most important person in the room is not him. It is the audience the people that the government. The government is not going to arrest him. Because they're afraid of him it is because they are afraid of the audience laughing They you know the the idea of the whole jokes for the dead segment is not for him to process the grief although clearly that is also happening and he talks about how he is also lost people it certainly like he is there to help the everyone watching and it creates such a different Underlying understanding of what comedy is supposed to be doing in that moment. And which is not to say you know that either one is better or wrong or like less important or more important or whatever they are just such different expressions of what. I what is happening when somebody's standing in front of people telling jokes and you know from a like incredibly privileged american perspective. I think it is also so bracing and fun and weird and unusual to have somebody be so good at like poking at americanisms. is not a perspective that we see very often. He is clearly performing for a little at least a bit for an american audience as well and it is really interesting watching him. Negoti is primarily for the indian audience is really interesting watching him. Negotiate the generosity toward the indian audience. And the like. Do not care about you at all. Americans who i think might be watching this kinda. I mean not to say that he cares about them zero. But like the the the specificity of what he is trying to do and who it is four and the fact that it is not for him just just so magnetic to watch and he's you know a magnetic charismatic person to be spending any time with in the first place Y- the it is. I don't know how you can watch these in think. Well that doesn't count as it is funny. He's it's like he. He's aware of the west from the perspective of i don't care about like he cares about it to communicate that you don't care about and light even the idea of like he's pushing back on even the thing that you citizens from perspective of like a privileged person the west and i think it was like i don't think people in the western. Yeah like the word. Special is such a weird word. It's that special has become the word that got used it as a relic of like nine thousand nine hundred seventies television and how the world special was just leaving earlier right. It's like a special variety kind of get a the comedy special. The standup social came after years of variety specials like oh this is a stand up. This is a special which is a one little thing that's usually like a tribute to fireworks or whatever but today. It's going to be robbed. Robert klein doing standup but ultimately stand up fireworks specials one off little things but then it just kept on special than now. That's what we call them. And it's like a weird word. It results in people saying the same joke over again which is like specials aren't special anymore that said this is this field special. It feels like a special thing that's happening feels like of a moment. This feels right now. This exists and it's especially so because he releases a month to month because he asked his fan base which is tremendous is. he's a huge comedian What should i talk about. What are the things that aren't people aren't talking about that. It'd be nice to have someone with enough power that they could deal with the blows of talking about it and they say this he goes. That's what i'll talk about and not in a it's the exact opposite of the what happens here which is like what. What do people not talk about it. I'm gonna talk about just push buttons. It's really it's always trans jokes. Yeah it's the exact opposite which is like what would be helpful for me to talk about like not let me process my inability to understand the thing. I don't understand what would be helpful. And that is very different thing and very clear perspective and that is again. It's like there's many things of what can make an listen as stand up. Becomes increasingly diversified of what we defined it as what a comedy special increasingly diversified as it becomes harder and harder to have a clear value system of like stand. Up is only one person stands for an hour one-liners over and over again. Whatever because you like there's so many other people doing these things you have to be like you know what is a person with vision. How are they able to articulate it. And how does it respond to the moment. And like there's not a clear example of that than this yep higher percent okay. We talked about all these sort of gender breaking things. And then now we're gonna talk about a regular standard regular st regulars badges regular when we think of a standard special. We think of this. Which is josh johnson's. I don't know how you pronounce it. I was similarly curious. It's a hashtag symbol and open parentheses and then the word hashtag and then close parenthesis. Yes i've not heard. Say what he calls it so it's either called hashtag hashtag or just called hashtag either way. Just johnson's hashtag hashtag. Which came out on comedy central this year. Obviously why did it. Why is it here so you know i. I don't know what the process of writing this was like. I watching it. I am guessing that some of this material that he has been working on for a while. And i don't mean like eight lived in and like he has been sort of building them and then other parts of it are very fresh like we were all in a pandemic now things and i think you know this is a moment where there's going to be a lot of this kind of stuff where people are trying to figure out what the bridge is. How much of both sides you want. How much of both sides audiences are looking for how much you as a comedian. Feel like you need to process what was happening in the last twenty twenty and twenty twenty one or do you just like jettison that all like move onto other things and for me. This is a really successful bridge of. I'm going to acknowledge what we've all been doing. I'm going to process it. It does feel processed in a way that a lot of the like early pandemic stuff was like. Is anyone heard of zoom. Oh my god this is you know. He has lived with some of that particularly the earlier. He has a second section where he's talking. You know like the strangeness of trying to disconnect from screens and like being alone with his thoughts that is both fresh and he's had just enough distance from it to like have built it into a thing rather than just this sort of panicked. Oh my god what is happening and there is a fair amount of material in here that is about you know he has like a really like almost hacky. But it's not because it's so good like like women like their men like this kind of a joke you know and it's just it's a really well built like here's why ladies want things can't have but he delivers it sitting down. He has sat down on the set at some point before. There's a cut. So i don't think i call them for he actually sits down Or i washed it with commercials. Which was stupid. So it's positive my my brain didn't catch that part but he is relaxing as he is delivering this. Like women watt three things and they can only have to joke. The maybe the oldest said that there is and it just feels. I have seen a fair amount of comedy. That's let's just be silly and talk about not pandemic stuff and and i needed. I needed the bridge to be able to get back to this place where i can be like. Women do want three things and they only can have to. You know like i and he is so relaxed and comfortable as he is doing that part of it and it feels like i. I immediately know from this special who he is what his interests are what his voice is he has a lot of. It's like a very cool controls persona that he has. It works really well when he is able to sort of balance between that and then he has this joke about getting a be stuck in his hair. And so you're sort of the image of the difference between how he controlled his on stage and like picturing him in this frenzied moment because he has in large afro looks fantastic and it just is the only thing that i have watched. Recently that has happened. that like wasn't filmed before that pretended to be that is a normal special. And i was like okay. We can still do normal specials. You know. I don't have to like this is not half an hour. About how masks don't work is tweet of another special. This is not You know it's not burnham's inside where i'm like steeply stuck in this terrible thing. It is it. Is this road out a little bit and it just it was so nice to just spend spend time there for an hour also helps to be i right. It's like yeah well absolutely. You know like there's probably worth of my interest in a joke about the toilet paper right. Maybe this might be one but when you're first you get to be like the person. Yeah it's like some observations. It's like when you observational comedy at all any type. It's amazing when you can find a thing that has been in plain sight the whole time and no one notices sort of the superpower of jerry seinfeld right but the other thing is when something so obvious but ultimately no one else's stand up comedian you get to go first and just like isn't it weird that we all bought that toilet paper and it was weird and you sort of and then you have to say some joke but it was in the past and it's like a classic thing of that's what that's what it does and we didn't do it like his special needed to do this which was like and especially because the audience was wearing masks and this was filmed. I imagine i don't know like a couple of months ago if that like. This was a quick turnaround especially usually specials. People sit on them special central love sitting on something. But i think it was clear that they're like we've got to do because we're going feel more and this is like the early also. We need this content up when they shot it also but like he has this incredibly as i said like controlled persona for the whole thing and then like right at the end he gets to the end. People start clapping. And he's like we did this sense of like we made it like we. You know yeah. I mean he has the benefit of just like. Oh there's people inside in the wear masks in there it's not a big theater but they're doing it and you're like emmy and he's good so thank god. I think no matter what is going to be president for like. He's he's always been very good at writing jokes. That's the thing about josh. Who's known for a guy that was really good reading jokes. I'd heard legends about how good he was wright jokes before he filmed anything right saw and he was like a in a late-night writer. And and that's sometimes happens to people. Were good writing. Which is like they're so good at it. That sounds like we'll just pay to do it. You don't even have to write your own jokes. And then sometimes they're like that's all i kind of need to do But what's nice is when they have a reason to be a comedian beyond their their jokes and they have a point of view. That's interesting and their persona is fun to watch. And has their own version of being controlled without to sort of like drought carmichael. Dave chapelle dramatic pauses big long pauses. He's not using pauses that way and maybe one day he will which is great and if you can do it but it's like it's not cheap sort of when you're a generation only charismatic person. It it's kind of easy for you to do. he instead. Like is really slow about setting thing. He's going to be talking about and it's just a style thing to do. It is just a you know. None of its premises are super super complicated. It's it's his version of doing the chris rock thing which is like. I'm going to repeat the premise. Four times so then we all know what it is and you know how we're getting it. He's doing opposite. Which is like the part that i think is sort of masterful which is like i. You know people. It's not the racist or like got people raised us. It's partly just like people are living longer than they should have. Yes and time. They just can't adjust. And i fear about what is going to be like for me and i don't think i'm gonna get different. Things will change. But he's none of this is really jokes. He sort of saying it and it's an interesting idea and he goes and for me. I'm sure it's going to be robots right and then what result is sort of this extended bit. That is a much more complicated. Understanding of not just like people are racist but how predators are formed by people who are just too old to decide to form new understanding and it's sympathetic to racist but it's just a different angle on it and it's and it's easy enough to have a different angle right. I have not seen a comedian. Really take that ankle but to have an example like robots which robots is a fun. Laugh at the fun premise. It allows you to do sort of interesting fund jokes because like robots are such a silly thing but it just he perfectly execute all and he has that moment where the audience is sympathetic. Robo great yeah. It's so angry and it's just really good at it just really good at being a standard comedian and it's so nice it's just like yes and that's the thing it's like okay. Some this was awesome was new. The new stuff didn't feel so new that it felt like throat clearing which was a little bit because the nature of it but like he obviously worked on it over zoom shows and stuff His presence was comfortable. Which i think is remarkable. I don't know how he pulled it off. Like he must have had not that much time to be in front of an audience again and that it's easy when you're personas like wild and all over the place it's another thing just being relaxed comfortable. It's really hard to feel that way. When it's your tenth show back but all of it is just sort of impeccably. Done and his specifics are wrong. Exactly it and fresh and different and they're just like his just like the way he has this thing about his friend's grandma who has a crush on him and it's just sort of a different angle on like sexual harassment. And it's just really just like all of these specials have different versions of like what thoughtfulness and deliberateness look like now. I think we both agree that that is not essential for great special. No it's not like only comedians have to be deliberate for them to be good. The thing is actually if a comedian is deliberate. And then it's not interesting like you. Just see them be delivered but ultimately there neither perspective just write an essay man just read. What is exciting. It's like oh we have vision. And we are can be delivered to executing it and ultimately they are a naturally funny person. Yes yeah. I was worried about this one because i had seen so many like underwhelming. I like fine. Pandemic not so many of the pandemic post like mid pandemic specials that have come out most of them have been fine and to just get to a place like yes the how remarkable it is that he seems as relaxed as he does in the on the stage that he is able to hit exactly the right balance between you know the kinds of topical throat clearing stuff that he needs to do and then move onto other material. You know i was thinking about it in terms of like shared reality sadly we are in a place where you do need to like define what everyone's shared reality is going to be before when you're going to do any kind of like pandemic stuff and he manages to hit it and you get his vision so quickly so that he can then do all of this like the goofy robots thing the robots also like part of the reason that joke works is because in the back of your mind you're like it could be robots though day like that the only reason it works is because and the reason the audience then suddenly has sympathies. Because you you know it could also be robots. It reminded me i. You know the joys of a i special so usually when a comedian has their first special they are not famous yet so as a result there the show was worked on in ten minute increments or five minute increments or fifteen minute increments so and there are famous with the audience is not going to let you really relaxed into it. You can't sit into it. You can't the he goes like. I'm going to james caster at. I'm gonna tell you stories. I'm going to tell you that last entire time people just wouldn't indulge it. Yeah so the instead. You get guys like all right. Everything's going to be a couple of minutes long and every part it's going to work. Yeah and i don't have the luxury of well you'll give me a credit on this one and that just like you love a guy who's like i'm gonna make all parts of this as funny as i can never gets better than it's like for the most part comedians of all that of it for variety of reasons partly like once you start really touring and doing hours. You have to feel so much more time that you want to like pick everything off the bone but it just like that energy of a great joke writer being like this is my time. I'm just gonna frigging set it up and knock it down. It's i miss it so much. It's just a few things better than it like. I don't think all comedy needs to be like joke but if there's a person who can do it like thank you thank you. Thank you for your right. That's right and it's like you know. It's not i don't think it's per a perfect special part of the part of the downside of joke is like you can see the seams between each like two or three minute thing you know you can see like not all. The transitions are beautiful. There are moments that some inevitably some of them feel a little out of place because like they're not they don't have this big like special about performance and so they don't have that same like it's the matic tie through. You know i think the title iii to put too much pressure on titles but the title is suggestive of like. I mean look. This is what i have and it doesn't matter it's just you're you're so happy to be there. You're just he's happy to be there. You're happy to be there. It feels like a relief in a different and a very different way than something. Like you're is doing. It is still its own really effective form of relief. Yeah i mean it's it's there's so many it's hard to talk about because there's so many jokes that it's like where jake has specialist four jokes right so it's easy to be like these are the four. I remember each one and it's just like there's so many little things in so many and they're so good and again it's like it's partly as you said like when you watch his comedy central specials. They're they're sort of built to have commercial breaks. There's almost like even if there were transitions. Live like i. I didn't watch the commercial version. But like they're hard cuts right. So it's like even at their word transitions live. They were edited out. Or they're like don't do it like try to really pay. It and josh is such a good writer. That i'm sure he's like all right. Well i know what the segments are. I'm going to knock out the segments. Because you see it's happened so i hate when that happens like you watch a guy like a bunch of comedy central specials and they would just have to cut stories in the middle and then come back for the last two minutes. And you're like this stinks. It's why he's much better like you. Listen to albums and you can really have them flow it between things but again it speaks to like he he. He knew the assignment and he'd he'd got an a plus right or whatever. Yeah basically. it's hard to describe this. Like he is one of the great young joke writers and that is clear. yeah and And i'm happy to see every step of whatever the next episode and that's what you want from for special which is like. oh man. i can't wait for his second yellow. wait for when audience. Let's him really yeah. Adults have to prove himself now. He can really be himself like a rolls. That's as we wrap up. I wanna wrap up question. Which is what do you hope to see like. This is four. Hypothetically the list is going to have to have six more What do you hope. Don't say who they are because there's going to put out. What do you hope to see if any comedians are releasing a special in the next few months. Wanna tip what are you what do you. What do you hope to see more well. I would hope to see an entirely female slate of specials. All ladies for the second half of the year i assume that's totally possible given the pipeline and i look forward to what comes out Yeah i don't know it's i think the last time you ask me this. I was sort of hoping for more formal experimentation clearly. I have gotten it. Although not for the reasons i would have wanted and you know as i said earlier. It's i'm so excited by it. It's so it's so rich to be able to have this this more diverse playful sort of forced to be innovative response to like what this form should be. You know i'm fine. If the pendulum swings back a little bit and we have a couple more just like regular specials because the form so great when it it is really you know just this this beautiful our of a person on stage I don't know. I think i am really curious. What is going to happen with political humor because it feels like something. People are exhausted by and it also feels like a thing. People have felt like they had to do. And maybe don't in the same way except that. Of course. There are still know extreme. It's not like i'm saying there is nothing political to joke about right now But i do think post trump which we really have only recently like. We're not really seeing what post trump comedy is yet. And i think we're going to start to see more of that. You know the stuff that's being produced now Very excited about no more like cheeto man jokes and Yeah i am excited to see just of comedians and audiences in the same room again. I think that's that's my. That's my wish. As long as they're women everywhere and the audience of an audience all the comedians. Yeah when you say it like that. I'm like yeah. I think i would like most is to be in an audience of comedy show and there's a comedian onstage. The everything else is like nice and it's great to be ambitious. But like honestly i would like to see to showcase show that has six comedians. And they're all working on stuff in is pretty good. And i'm laughing with strangers that seems like enough And and i. And i look forward to it because it has happened. I've went to one of those things and it was nice. I guess we saw john mullane together. That's another time we saw. I was very critical of how the audience was laughing. But i think. I'll slowly remember to accept my fellow audience member and i look forward to getting to talk to you again about the rest of the year specials. Absolutely it's such a pleasure. Thank you so much for doing this. Great great great stuff. Thanks thank you for having me and And once again. If it's not all women in the rest of the list than i reserve the right to complain about it again In six months. I accept those terms. That's it for another episode of good one you can read. Catherine's list on boulter dot com subscribe to the specials at patriotair dot com slash the specials all catherine on twitter. At cave-in era goodman is produced myself jilani carter and camilla. Salazar got him trigger. She ended our theme song. Shown apple. Podcast five please. Yvonna comments questions or laughing around suggestion so good one podcasts at go dot com or tweet us at good podcast. I've jesse david fox or you can follow me. At jesse good. One is the production culture in the box media. Podcast network move back next thursday. Have a good one.

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Rudy Gets Dengue Fever Feat. Erik Griffin

Bad Friends

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Rudy Gets Dengue Fever Feat. Erik Griffin

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Andrew editor the worst. Let me start this off the way that he had it on the show here. Welcome back to bad friends. Pulled your dig out of. Here's the real the real bad friends. Welcome back to good friends We're here with rudy jewels. Back in town. Good friends i me era. Griff are back baby. It'd be good friends or we have to be like some sort of battery brothers. Toenail clipper rush. Whatever where were you. i can't hear you. Mike went to hawaii now her. Mike not on how much you pay in this. Hold on one. So what are you guys doing before. I got here that this shit isn't ready to a hundred percent. That's exactly correct. What's going on georgia's sitting there in the seat georgia's back you're sitting there doing nothing. Go ahead and test it out Now we can hear you. You get to you board the plane. Then they're like. Oh you know what the wings sums up with the wings so we can't fly you. what were you doing. Fuck you guys do i. Just i just came back from new york and they. It's so funny. Because they they were like we have to clean and disinfect. The plane we cleanest effect affect the plane before everybody gets on right. They say that every time. The plane parked people got off within seconds. They boarded that bitch. I was like daytime clean. And then england did you. There's a exc clean and disinfected. I've seen it. Yeah i feel like we're like corn could come on we're gonna grow grow ears the thing that they're really adamant about like the the filtration system and don't worry i like. Yeah we're basically when you get on a plane you're basically saying look i may or may not get kovic but i need to get where the fuck i'm going. Yes that's what this is about. I know that there was a dog and pony show for someone. There is a woman who there was a woman who complained about the middle seats. Not being open. I talked about this. And i was like you got in the you got in on the tube with strangers. You you're done. Yeah no rights. It's over you can't complain about the middle seats. This was a month ago to the middle. Seats are not are supposed to be blocked off. She was like ma'am that's as of the first. There's we're filling all the seats now. She was like that wasn't on the ticket. That and she's like ma'am you can leave. You can get off or you can go to atlanta. Yeah what do you want to do you know. This is the same feeling. I have about like people. Don't understand that you have a social contract when you get on a plane. Yeah like so. You're getting on a plane with others so you don't get to act like this. Is your private jet rich. This is delta okay and you got other people on the plane. And i stayed with people act like you know. I even feel the same way about like apartment living like when you're living in an apartment. Yeah you have a contract with these other people who live here this is going to be noise is going to be people are going to be walking around coming and gone and we're gonna be coming and going to act like you're making much noise. Hey go by go by six acres of land some place bitch and get out and get out. Get out when you're living here. shut up. Shut up yeah. I couldn't agree more louder. You disagree o'clock in the afternoon. I was like excuse. Me sir. Music as loud. Yeah it's like you. You're living with other people. We're basically all living in the same house in an apartment is yes you know you can't complain. That's the problem you can't want once you live with other people you learn and if you hate it that much get out move far away you check this out to you. Live in a city live one of the most dense cities. Yeah what do you want to do is going to have this noise right. Imagine bill gates. Emily and belinda gates rest in. They live in like a three hundred acre like mansion. Right they literally could live in the same house. It never see each other and these motherfuckers still was. Like i gotta get away from your other part of the state servants and there's robots shit you can be in your own zone exists mansion like this. I can't stand a messy living in a two bedroom apartment rashida. She's she's She's putting out the put out the woodwork. Do you know about this. she's going on. Her lawyers are trying to find like photos of him with epstein and like they're trying to clip every angle man much money of his money. Does she need. Here's the trick with her. She's giving it all away do you have you seen this attitude of its search. How much money. Melinda gates is giving giving away money. I know but this is her goal. I think i think she wants to take all of his shit just to give it away. Revenge the o. J. p. b. s. She want to be in front of the courthouse burning his look at that whereas just melinda gates though if you can see what she's she has this big philanthropic need to give away all of his money and she said her half that she got from him she's gonna get away like eighty percent of it. She wants all of going out. Check it out right. Oh you're going to give away eighty percent of fifty billion dollars yourself man. They she acts like it's like i'm putting myself out and i'm giving away. I'm only going to have three billion left right off. Lady walk off. I wanna see them. Put it all into bitcoin. And then we'll see what. I want to see the person that has only like ten thousand dollars and they go. I'm giving all my money with charity. That means something that does you're right right. Well what can you even do with all that money but you have to give it away. The foundation spent five billion in two thousand nine hundred programs in the united states around the world. Excluding management costs from ninety four to eighteen. They've given away thirty six billion. Yeah that's not what i was looking but anyway i do know she. She's trying to give away all of his money. Which i think is a bad bitch move. She's like fuck this dude. I'm gonna bury them. I'm gonna give away. All my thing is like this. What does she think the relationship was going to be like first of all. He's crazy nerd so she right right but he's got like all this money from like you. You think he was going to be regular husband. I got fifty billion dollars. Give me fifty dollars. Rachel go have hold. I'll give you fifty dollars. Rachel rachel rachel still be wetter but she would be like other side of the lead you and take your half happen. That's rudy. where did you come back from hawaii. Welcome back rudy. You look tan. Do you miss bobby. No no no way. I'm going to tell you about my bobby called me today. When i was in. I was in new york. I'll tell you. I want to hear i want to hear about. I want to hear about hawaii Do you have fun. Yeah we went diving snorkeling and hiking. Did you catch any fish. No you didn't you didn't spirit fish weren't you guys. We hold on but not in hawaii to hold on a second. Oh hold on a second. Can you tell me about a cat that all that boring shit you just tell me the good stuff. Did you meet any dude. did you like you know. Let's face looking face and what happened. Was that was flirting with us. A strict rule that. It's a no dude paul's and if she did meet somebody she knows. She can't say in. Front of me. Because papa santino doesn't put up with that she's not dating chelsea's that thirty thirty five. You're right what did you. What did you say somebody. I was in the post office today. L. something see what you've done to her. I know she went to hawaii. Beautiful steadying couldn't a dude at the post office. There was there was a guy and he was cute and then he asked me if i was rudy. Really yeah and did you. What did you say. Yeah yeah and and then he said i was doing good in the podcast. Okay and and i said by ascertaining the back of the room who no no she she is. She knows she says yes. Thank you leave me alone. You should've made them pay for your shipping. What were you at the post office for returning my dress from prom. Oh do we have pictures of that. No come on i have. I have pictures in my instagram. Oh you do. Who do you go to prom with myself. Like a boss. How was prom as really. Fine what did you do what happened. Give some prompts. Ooh rudy rudy. Looking shop dude. Look at that you in that dress. That's fancy that's cool. It's tied yeah. Was it a theme to prom. What was the. There is no theme really. Didn't we used to do themes. Yeah i feel that was. Your thing was always like casino night at your high school. I'm sure it like yours was in the forties. So that was just real for you bitch talk about. When did you graduate high school game. Yours is graduate. High school prohibition it was like always drunk thing. Yeah that's not. The theme graduated in nineteen ninety. When were you born. Two thousand worn. You can had two families. By the time she might have different staves fly back and forth right. You traveling salesman smoking on airplanes rudy. You look great. That's such a nice photo and you took yourself right. Yeah why did you not get asked. Yes and i also didn't want to be with a guy okay. We we can't let this go okay. Did you wanna go with girl instead. No okay well. You just said it like that. Don't know me like that you went. I didn't want to be with a guy that sounded very literal. It was about a guy just didn't want to go with somebody. Yeah i just wanted to be with way. Why why the guy that asked you why you could've brought with you. Why is it going to be awkward. 'cause i don't know how to like interact with the what do you mean yes you do. This is because of this is not me she lives in. Bobby's don't even know how to deal with. Because she thinks men. Are you and bobby imagining. Example of men is you and bobby. We're her uncle's post office. Hawaii in the post office was like maybe she doesn't wanna find a dude right rudy see. She's independent. Bro doesn't need that because you've scared her. That's right bringing no boys around the studio. I guess it work. Yeah but you know what rudy. I think that's cool that you want alone. That's a smart move. Eric went alone. But that wasn't that was not by choice. Because gonna ask you ass. Okay i want to see it. You gotta see the darn piece. I would want wanna see it. I do wanna see did you. Yeah yeah promised fun. What did you do. What was your problem like. I don't even remember to see. I barely remember that stuff so when you went to hawaii you had you had a bunch of fun with with kayla and her sister right and then you came back you went to prom you kill the prom no hawaii pictures by the way why while you don't want to see real things that happen now they don't wanna show off how fancy she is because they were probably stand in the four seasons and all that stuff you know what i mean with sweets and stuff know richie rich over here. I know who did you. Did you hang out with the prompt. You have a group of friends. Yeah i have and then. This girl was so high that she she was becoming annoying. What was she on. I don't know she just smokes something. She smoked something. And just was becoming a yeah. Yeah that is annoying their generation. I was in best buy yesterday. Picking up a like a card a little card and These girls are the register. Were probably same age like nineteen twenty whatever and were losing their minds because dude. I don't know you may know ch charlie. Demilio ios boyfriend was there. Do you know who that is. No beck noah beck. Is that his name. Yeah she coach. She pulled that out of her. I said it was like the same age bro while they couldn't check me out because this guy was in the store. The store was down for this cat. People losing their minds for the student. I never heard of them in my entire life. I know who she is. The tick tock girl is at him. I think that's dixies boyfriend. I don't know about charlie's looking at they would no i just don't get it. What do you mean you don't get it. He's a he's a honky hot young dude. Like thousand look just like him. I know but he's he's probably a famous on youtube or some shoker. They all gotta have the same level of fame to date each other i. That's the kid that was him. That was him long hair. That was him. Yeah the other. One didn't look like him. that was him. what's his name chase. Hudson i love when you chase outside. I know the toys such a dork. I love those guys. That would be a great sitcom dracula and dorky. Oh yeah like dracula and pink day they were. It'd be a great like you know. Yeah i george. I want to take you out of it he. He's from spain but you think he's from transplant. He's got a little transylvania in there. Yes he does. Because when. I'm walking when i go finance advise. It does kind of sound transylvanian. He might do. You think fancy be might be a vampire. Ooh yeah he does do some of the qualities he stays up all night. He's he's probably seven hundred years old and we don't realize it some. I see some signs of his age for sure. No because you know what if you were. Let's say you really were a vampire. People would notice you. You couldn't be on instagram. Like to really survive. You got to be a dork. You have to do it and you know knows him. No one's going to be like. Oh my god. Looks like somebody. I met when i was a little kid. He's just going to be like an introverted. Like it's true and editor. He sits in darkness. Don't you fancy sit in a dark room editing. All day all night don't you. That's my life. That's my and i don't really know and i don't really know his wife isn't real. We've never seen her. You know that right. Never no one knows who she is. George have you ever seen his wife. I think it was a plant for a beard pay higher. He hired hired or a half hour in the basement. Oh i have i have. I've made him across his basically just his apartment basement. I live in the basement. She lives with me. Click on the first photo. This guy this guy is. He really good-looking. He's not not at all. What about him do you not like is he seems like he's a cute guy am i wrong. He's a little adroitness to. I think that's what do you might. He seems like he might be a chicken. A dude what are you. What do you not like about this guy rudy. I've just seen him a lot in tiktok. Oh you know okay so you ignored by. That's what you don't find him attractive. Well i guess that makes sense though because if you do right if you do see someone enough and they just piss you off you're like i can't stand hoodoo do you find attractive of this of these guys young. Who's the guy that you go. Who is on your tiger beat. Yeah no like vinnie. Hacker vinnie hacker. Let's see not his real name for sure if it is while the same moorgate gay. Want this guy when you like. This guy looks pull up a side by side of this guy and the other guy. That's the same the same the same guy. That's literally if you said to me. Is that the same guy go yes. of course that's the same guy who vinnie hacker date route nine. Well could be rudy. Joel's reach out to him on the ground. No that's why not. This guy's lips how how injections for sure to check. Juicy lips is how do guys have. Dsl's now that's a big thing boys have dsl. That's insane. I get it look at this. But that's all manufactured right. He's not born like that. That looks like those. Are women. Lips like i would just like to see him like on a tuesday like a four pm just regular because this looks all scroll down. Let's see if there's all made up stuff and see if there's ever normal life. I mean on the far left. That was him top left that one. Yeah that looks like it's a just in in the during the day randomly right now. He's still he's still pose. Pose a nice done up at all times. But that's his. you understand. This is all fake. No this is real don norm. Say like y'all ruin my fantasy. Scroll down this is all fake you right any looks exactly like the other guy. Let her have any hacker. She likes any hacker. So you're into. Why guys like this. No brown for you I brown who was that for. Is your family watching. It just went like this. I like i do. I love brown. Every guy you've mentioned on the show has been white okay. This many from good girls manny from good girls. Good girls that a netflix show. Yeah i never heard of that. Show girls a great show that that's him. So you like manny. Yeah he's hot he. He's hot yeah no he is attractive. I think you're right there. Yeah so if travis barker with that meeting. What i'm saying is the brown guys. She likes have to be like very light skinned in mexican cartel type of like bad boys right but the why guy could just be like hi. I'm why would make laps unanimity. Yeah i'm white with lifts this great show. I like to show good girls. Yeah what's it about route moms. That are stealing stuff's. Oh i've seen a preview this somebody who's really famous that's in it. It's one famous lead right. I think she's all that famous. No yeah yeah yes she is. There's one i've seen the poster of it. It's these are the people christina hendricks mae whitman. She's a great actor she's really dope. Oh and read it read. That's what i'm saying. But they were just you know you have a casino great great. It's a great show. Mae whitman is very. She's she's dope really talented. I watched that show actually it. 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People weren't find him dead in a condo in in in in his basement. I keep david hornsby in my basement. Even actually my wife lillard really good too. He's been a lot of i. I'm stuck on I'm stuck on watching Documentaries now because i've been sitting on many planes downloading net flicks billy. Lg have you seen that now. Have you seen that. Did you guys see that nope documentaries. I don't know he'll be is a movie. I tried to watch that. And i went right back to documentaries. Ron howard directed it. It's amy adams and glenn close. Yeah what. I hate doing this. I start watching a series on netflix eggs. And then you finish this season to. Let's say right and you're like oh man. I actually like that and then you look it up and it goes. This was canceled eight years ago. Right you know and it's like you know what happens. Every time i i just watched shinohara crackles. What is that is just kinda like elf. Elf human sci fi fantasy show. It's so bad. Okay like the acting and even the special effects are terrible. But i it was addictive and i watched the whole thing that i looked it up and it was like. That's a no on season three. Because of bad ratings and terrible and i was like. Oh we've lived that life to who you tell. i just got a couple of the residual checks from showtime. It's so funny how they still showing. I'm dying yes. Because i'm tired of people sending us messages saying every other day. I'm getting message about like. Oh this is a great show me back or i can't believe they cancelled it really. You can't believe we should continue the line. Just be like it is coming back. We'll come back twenty twenty four. We'll be right back griff Address what's on your arm. By the way people. I i got an. Iv i got a immune boost iv drip drip drip drip drip. I like doing it. And i got a vitamin d. Shot in my booty Really what are they gonna go on your booty. I i always said that preference. No arm your immedi. And you're like how big joke with nurse every time you gotta take dinner. I girl. she's autistic. She put it out she. She's like okay. You guys gap go to talk. Have you ever had an iv rude. Yeah when i had anger dang gay. Fever dengue fever. I thought she was dating a black guy. I i got that. Dang is that what the young kids are coming in. You know about that tango. He got that you'll be like white guy she's like. I like brown and dark chocolate. When did you fucking get dengue fever in the philippines. Is that common to get. Yeah what's going on there. Is it just like the wild wild west there the can you. Google dengue fever. I can't believe that common people still get that. I know i know it's common in parts of the world. But i don't think you you lived in a developed part of the philippines right now because i'm so ignorant it's just i caused by mosquito bites right Or any kind of bug bite mosquito bite but what does it make you do. It's very look very rare very rare. Oh that's fewer than twenty thousand cases in the us. Look internationally how rare it is. Though everything is rare here like international numbers must be a huge africa. I think it's massive fever. International flights holy shit a hundred or four hundred million infections every year. yeah. I think. Africa gets figura constantly. Go back to the last page. Because i want to see more about dengue fever. Were these all your symptoms. Is this what you felt. Fever headache muscle jointed. You have like a vomiting diarrhea. All that stuff. Yeah and i had like weird red dots all over my body. Wow how long did it last. Two weeks. Two weeks Had rona dan gay rona. And and what did you lose weight. Yeah dang gay diet. On the dan diet seven to ten pounds. Let me let me get this straight. How much how much did you lose. Four hundred million people a year is i would say yeah around the world get it no so four hundred million people around the world get that. Yeah and we didn't shut down their world economy for We'll be right back with news. There a griffin. How many people die of dong say that well you know the number one killer in the world is fat. Diarrhea more people die in africa from diarrhea from dehydration and diarrhoea. From getting sick and they die Look at this though. How many people die dong every single year up to forty million people get infected. Twenty two thousand. That's nothing how many people die from your. Ira shut down the economy twenty thousand. I mean maybe maybe an l. a. How many people die from diarrhea. Shut clubs staggering. one point. six million people died from diarrhoea. Go globally can you believe that. Wow eight hundred thousand died from suicide for your happens and you just want the toilet fall. They die from slipping off a toilet cracking their head on the fucking sing real slippery on the toilet rushing to the toilet and they can't get their pants down they fall and they hit their head and that probably happens. This is the most shit your pants. No have you shit your pants dude. I'm over forty. You shit your pants on your over four. No there's two people in here that are forty. Have you shit your pants. Pd no have you have you fancy. Let's define what what the definition. But he you know he did yes he said. I farted a few times. Maybe a little bit blood. I thought shit it's come out on a fart every now and then. That's what i mean me like. I'm just sitting around and just say you know what i mean. I'm like oh my god. You too didn't booted. Yeah wait a minute fans. Did that happen to you. Squeeze a little sharpies. Yeah yeah yeah. Where was it. When was it hub. I was doing a bad friends. One day you're here. She is terrible at impromptu. Sometimes literally though scenario just turn. Could i add a little bit to. How bad is it. Improv just started him some improv classes last night. Here's his improv. Hello george who has a wife and the kid does raining outside. Did you go to improv. Class fans i did you did. Yeah what the foot. How can we talk. Would you go to impact in film that. Where was the camera crew for online. I know no. It wasn't person where it came. This coach came to us. Oh this sounds like some like. That's how you hire a fucking improv coach. I did oh did you find reputable. This seems like a craigslist exactly. Yeah so we're the best improv hanging out on greg's a proud improv. And that's great. Yeah could for you. Fans fuck yes. We do have to record that george. Next time we do have to record. That please yeah. There's no doubt that is goals for this show. That's for this. And then bring that improv teacher on. No you know i'm not doing that. Shit you know zoom in. It'd be like tell us they have. That guy took improv classes. But you'd have to pay us man. He'd have to pay us the big bucks speed which bo bobo called me when i was in jersey where was it. Yeah i was coming back from jersey. Which by the way i did. My last. socially distanced show They had me in In the hard rock in a we showed up all shows seven thousand seat arena. We're fucking kevin. Hart plays because they had to spread all the because it was booked before the. Oh i did a show on sunday on fuck in monday. They could have put it in the regular venue or whatever But it had been booked during cove. How many people were in there. Each show was. I could actually look each show. I'm gonna look right now. But bro i well how did it look. How do they feel. I mean do. They did the best job that they could but it was. It was also spread out. Yeah he was how i mean it was like it was a bummer. Because i was like this was so spread out so the total number is it was like twelve hundred people. Total six hundred show. Damn i know trust me. It was bananas. I was just in florida west palm beach and yet it's fine. You wouldn't even know. no. I know well. I didn't say i was in dallas. Same thing there were shoulder to shoulder but look this had been booked before. That's what it was. But they were bred out man dude honestly though it was echoing and my mouth. The gaps were huge. And you're like this is so it was tough but on the way back. Bobo texted me. And he said And he said. I'm on the verge. And then i said what they said. Call me hold on. So i called him and he said this. This is bobby I'm on the verge. That's what i that's what he said. I said what he's calling. He said he's having an emotional breakdown because no one wants to hang out with him. Such a fucking bro. I'm face timing him. And he's and he's he's literally no one wants to hang out with what he says. No i think it's no one wants to enable his bullshit behavior around like other actors and stuff like that. Who are like dude. I don't listen to your podcast jason. Here let's see let's see let's see if we can get him on facetime right now. While he's in hungary he's only got a mask. Oh yeah you should've had. Although i i don't know where it is now. He's not going to pick up but he he called me and said no one wanted jamie. Lee curtis didn't want to hang out with them understandable. Get it but they want us to dinner like twice. And then after that. I'd have nothing to talk about and in the same frame with these people and i want to be as cool as these people and cate blanchett is there which is like. Wow can you believe she's got whatever the case may be He was all complaining because no one would hang out with them. 'cause he was like i'm alone all day long and all night. He's got one new friend on their has talk to you about his friends out there. He said that he had one friend. But then that friend left. Yeah the guy left just like set up a showdown there or something. Yeah but he because he's lazy. I mean what has he been doing. Has he told you what he's been doing. Just in his through eating eating and playing playing video games. Yeah all you brought his xbox or come on station for nine weeks you wasn't gonna bring something. What would you. What literally what would he do. I don't know and he didn't like the food he he complained about literally everything and then he complained that he's probably not going to get any billing and get cut out of the movie and at some point i hung. Yeah cuts. Who is going to have the funniest scene in the movie hundred percent. You know a hundred percent now. So he's bitching and moaning and complaining to dictator all over again. He called all angry about it. But yeah i'm a book on my way back saying how i'm happy that everything is lifted. I went to new york. And i was in the cellar. Have you ever done this hour past there. Yeah yeah just d- i. When i did this movie ray remodel. He walked out walked in with him. An st was there. Yeah yeah and it was kinda you know. And then we got a regular sets right. 'cause like he bumped it you know sure i went on with him and i. It's funny so i tell him i go. You owe the movie mono rare. So i then he goes. Let's do some the wisconsin. Saturday to and i say. Why don't we tell her. And get like on the lineup. Yeah we're not he goes. Oh you know you're right. He's so famous. You know what i mean. So we did that. They didn't put his name on the lineup. Put you on them. And then i did it and i think that after that i think she was that finally like okay. This guy's funny. Yeah you know what i mean. I'd had no plans to. I had never done the seller. It kinda was one of those things where it's like. That's new york's comedy store. Those guys come here. It's a little weird we go there. It's a little weird. It's like their home. You know what i mean. I didn't wanna step on toes. Even though i knew a bunch of those guys me too but distefano came out. And chris was doing like six sets. You know one at the seller one fep pussycat one at village underground and he did that twice over and then he said do you wanna go up. St will would like to watch you. I said dude. I've never played here. And i don't know you it's weird. I didn't know if i cared if i was like do i. I'm not here enough. Yea even when you go you probably doing like a club you probably doing like caroline's or some little news new york so hard to play a really easy say no. I usually go play like jersey. I'll play. I'll play philly tough tasso so anyway blah blah blah. I said all right fine. I'll go why not do a spot. And i knew people matteo lane. Was there who i love. He came murdered. He's so funny man Carmen lynch like people. That i recognize that i knew bury. It was like all right. I was comfortable. You know ricky. Valetta known seen before. And i went up and had a great set and then she was like you anytime. You want it up but it was cool to get past at this age in our career because i felt. We don't do it any do that anymore. You don't showcase let's go like if you're not in a club you just go. Well i'm not in a decade. I don't go there. And i just to go there but isn't it fun to do five minutes. I haven't done five minutes in. I don't know. I really can't. I genuinely like maybe seven eight. Nine years i don't know was did five minutes. Oh shoot. I wouldn't even know how to do it i it was. It was genuinely hard. You just gotta do it. You just gotta okay. I i gotta get off. Here's to jokes. Like that's how i felt like here's to joe i saw was louis there. He just been there in the early show. Yeah going a lot. yes i saw. I saw him form. And i was like all right. Yeah he you know he's back in full swing at that club is back. They've got all the the the took the things down right. They just took him down. Yeah the those the plexiglas. But i didn't even feel like it wasn't a lot of people in the near when i did it because it's packed like because because it's so small but so i was like damn i wonder how it is that they probably just got people like sardines annapolis but this is a nice vibe in there. It's the same kind of feeling. I got the same kind of feels like the except it's more intimate bro. I've done a couple of sets and they've been fine but they just doesn't feel the same. Yeah it also not to get negative but it doesn't feel the same without jeff scott. The piano is just a weird thing. It's just felt sad. It felt a little weird for me. Forgotten when i first went forgot that he died less griff. Not that. that's what i was looking for him. Right i'm what i'm saying. It was like a punch interface reminder. So i looked over there and i was like oh fuck. That's right now. His name lit up. Yeah yeah so. That was like a and i thought that it was like it was a nice tribute doing that. Yeah i think we ought. I mean i think i'm so excited with the fifteenth. Everything is opened up. Finally right you excited. What are you gonna do. I What are you gonna do. I on the fifteenth and everything is open. No mask no restriction. Post office still nervous. You still going to stay home. You're vaccinated you're fine you have a. I don't wanna go anywhere. Oh my god. This is the youth. I know this is the youth. This is what happens. Let's a regular day for you. Then sleeping real. That's all she does. What time you sleep until every day. Like an annoyance to come here. Yes yes no coming here. Well rudy you you. What else are you doing during the day. Now the school is about to be. This is summertime right. No i still have one more week. Yoke okay one more week. I'm saying that you're done. And then what do you do for the summer. Maybe go back to hawaii or in the philippines. Fancy this nancy's hill go to back to back to hawaii. When i was nice school zero and then go to fuck in hawaii to go to vacation. We went to florida. Yeah to florida. Your grandma wants to go sit by the beach. Burn trip right by car. By the way we had to. We used to have to drive to florida. I was a little more fancy. Actually because i was the only child and it was. It was just you and your mom. Yeah just me and my mom. So i was seven years old. We went to a tour. We went to london. Paris and rome. Yeah what does your mom do for a living. I don't even remember those days. You don't know what she was doing. Yeah well she did so many different like she became like a school to become something different and then like so. Am i later years. She was a safety specialist for the city. Like for like She worked for l. a. city. Yeah one of the colleges downtown so it seems like the safety spec because it became this because people you know what it what it was a new profession. People were getting suit. Companies are getting sued so often for workers compensation that they came up with like a profession to help companies. Stop you know set. Make sure there was fire. Extinguishers makes sure that was like oh so she became a safety specialist but she was a transcriber. When i was a kid really yeah. She did like a thousand different things. Transcribing was a big thing for our so like there was no. If you think about now like a doctor would like you know it'd be in this thing that you know at surgery. Whatever she would like be a medical transcriber so then she would have to like tight. Whatever the doctor said you know. But now it's like they kind of professions gonna like take a photo matt upload new voice voice right the moment you said it's already logged in all my god. You know what man you know. I've been using the before discovery consta- standard earbuds music. But once i discovered recon through all the stuff away. Well you don't need it anymore. 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I'm pretty sure that every single thing that's coming out of my mouth is going to be correctly. Put on this app fucked up. I know. I know. I'm always taking right now. I'm pretty sure that every graffman. Mike is so big. Pretty sure every single. Yeah because you said you didn't say anything. You said others enunciate. That was so civilized. Speak with authority. Hello how're you doing this. Andrew texting you right now. That's when you start talking no stop it. Just do it like this right now. Like just was griff. You know i'm out here. Bang that hey man got in there a see. Maybe it's like set to just w- listen white. People register people register. Yeah those made by. It was made by asians who only like whites see. Look i'm gonna send you what you just said. It says it was made by agent. Who only like white. That's because that stop trying to stop. Asian hate us so that is speaking of agents. Are you on a job hunt. Now yeah sorry. I haven't had an audition in three years. I'm dead dead serious. Even the one audition. I got i got. I got all my hopes up. And then they didn't even know. I told you. I thought it was going to get picked up but you know what i can tell you something. Can i just give you the network. Television is like listen up rudy. this is for you for you. so let's say rudy. Let's say you have a lot of money and you want to build a house and you hire an architect and heartache draws out everything about the house and you go. I love this house. That's the house. I want you to make and in the making of the house you start going like this. I think i want the kitchen on the other side. What can you change the unions. Mahogany i want you to use a different would and then you make all these changes and then you see your house and then you go like this. Don't like this. You know why you don't like it. You know why you don't like it network 'cause you fucked it up best why you don't like it now 'cause all your dumb ass changes. Abc abc fuck. You fuck it up. And then they want to wonder why they don't like it. You know why you don't like it because you evolve usage write checks and let talented makers of entertainment. Do the figure paid them for it. So it's unbelievable. I know definitely they ruin things you can say that. I'm not saying that. I'm not getting any work you can cut. You might any work. Then that's the last time that i saw the pilot bisection. They cut it down so much. I was like do you even like me. Did you really want me in. This shows the pilot bad. It wasn't what i thought i was. I was so disappointed in what they did to the office. Part of the show. That i was like i wouldn't have picked us up either. That was my thought. Who was the star of the show. Shannon woodward jane lynch jane lynch's she was great. The the stuff it this show. Yeah must do look up. She she was on west. If you saw she was on Raising amy raising hope not raising amy. Her name's aiming. Oh i like her. She's great westworld. Yeah and she was so good at the role she was playing like like like you know and i feel bad because the creator of the show. This is like her life story. It was based off her own story. She's been working on it for five years. You finally get your show may go and then they just go yeah they do andres dozen fans. That's so sad. It's so sad that those things come and go so much. I know never have given a chance. That's what i'm saying like it's like why don't you just let these people make to show. They wanted to make. And then if you say after you see it you go what. We don't like it but they're so involved at every step of the way and they wonder why they don't like it right. That's the way i think is. Everything should be shot three episodes. I think pilots quote unquote. She we three episodes. Because you can't really get to know something in the first episode by the second and third. You really get a rhythm. You're spending so much money anyway. Why not just do three two me. Three is the golden number what do you think fancier and the you're in the industry. I'm just you can see how upset i know. We should be the way they're doing it today with platforms is better if they like something the right grind by the whole but that's true but that's but on network still doesn't apply. They don't do it that way. They still do the pilot system which they pick up you know. They shoot ten pilots but they mitt picket every single stage studio. And who was the network abc signature studio and abc also. That should have been a lot of usually. It's really tough. It's like no fox studios and nbc network. And you're like oh my god this. Is you have two competing brands. Yeah it that's the weirdest thing it's like. It's like nike and adidas. Have a contract with an athlete. I know that's what it's like which doesn't exist but people think that about. Tv people think that right the people think like on abc abc show is on abc. You know abc show on cbs. Right you don't even know 'cause this probably like really only three studios in the entire world. They're all subsidiaries of something else. Right let network. Television is about selling refrigerators. Yes it is. It's not about entertainment. It's why the price is right literally was about buying was literally. Like how much is this thing. We're actually promoting. That's what it was like. They make a show and the up fronts. Are all about showing me shows to the advertisers because advertisers like okay is that show funny enough where people are gonna watch it so we can sell our products right. That's what it's all about right so you have to understand why they don't care about racial equality. Thank god they don't care about none of this stuff. All they care about is how many white homes that got a lot of money we shows into correct and this is why you see a lot of white tv. It's not like it's not necessary. We need to stop always assuming this is about race It's about money as a person of color when i'm looking at this shit. I'm like no black people long. No because when they do it'll be. It's a black show for a black advertisers. That's why when you watching a black show. Mcdonald's commercial was always what y'all they're always been like that for fifteen years. But you don't see that on when you watch your grades anatomy mcdonald's on raising adam and chick-fil-a anytime they do that and what i'm saying is i actually understand the business of we'll just business. It's just business. Yeah but i'm also like i think for me no matter. I think we should be more diverse. I like the diversity. That's coming in having. Of course the thing. I don't like is if the diverse stories of the same stories all the time. Yeah yeah so. You're like make sure that this is a broad range of shed. You know what show was kinda wild. Totally different was Have you seen bo burns new netflix special. Everyone keeps talking about. And i wanna watch it. But i don't think i think it's one of these alternative type you know what. What are you laughing at georgia. Here's george shackling. What are you chuckling about. I want to check it out yet. Is one of these alternative types of things. It's not that funny but it's very interesting. yes see. that's what i'm here. So that's going to be labeled brilliant. Well what does that even mean. George explain you think there's no audio destroy. The show is trying to think of. I couldn't think of her name. Do you know that show. No yeah you like it. Don't you see this is my point. Is like watchmen was good. I like when it's non white bullshit anymore. I like when non white creators are making super unique shit. Because i think even when they do submit stuff for the most part it gets channeled into this like i know but can you make an atlanta. Do you know what i mean like they do. That's that's my biggest beef is. They're they're pushing out the same chits so that shows good isn't it. I may destroy his while it comes across. You're watching across as if it's fucking funk not to say that this is true but it comes across as if the white production side they get to like live their dreams and like. Let's make whatever we wanna make and then we'll we'll see if it works right and on the other side. It has to be like something they know. It should be something that familiar with culturally because otherwise why guy to take a chance on someone like atlanta each array or take a chance. Let's do this and then you see this. You know what i love about insecure is like you feel like you're a fly on the wall to these black women's lives. Yeah and it's just like you just go. And then they're portraying them as powerful successful but also sexual creatures human beings. Because i come from era of the eighties and stuff. Where like if you saw a black woman and move your tv. She got to be sassy she gotta be like. A you know ghetto whatever. It is like make me. Yeah yeah not needed. They're never portrayed people that like like having sex or doing things or just being like a normal person inflate these caricatures insecure. You're just like oh shit like you know either. Modern day women. That's what i may destroy. That's why you'd like that show no but What what were you saying you were saying before that there was a show you were just saying what did you say before that. What he say hacks. Oh we talking about bo. burnham's thing. Oh yeah so. So tell me about boast about it but i but this one of those things like the no the west that one like real woke artsy like the verge or whatever. Sure one of those publications where it has to be like. Oh this is the most genius thing you know that kind of thing you get into that kind of publicity. It's getting so. I wanna check it out. Look i'm sure he's artsy fartsy kid. He's always been like that. that's how he became famous. Yeah yeah yeah. I think he's. I think he's crazy talented. Yeah yeah i mean. There's a song that song he put out. His dad is one of the best songs i've ever heard. You hear that song. Though artist dead is so good. Just pull up. The lyrics aren't as dead. I met him when i was doing my new faces in monterey. When he was sixteen he was like sixteen. Seventeen saying like crazy shit onstage. But he's always been like powerful this as though This next song is honest about nothing at all but it helps me sleep at night is dead dead entertains like entertainers like seem complicated. But we're not complicated. I can explain it pretty easily. Have you ever been to a birthday party for children. And one of the children won't stop screaming. Because he's a little attention attractor. When he goes up to be a comic actor he'll be rewarded for never maturing for never understanding are learning. That every day can't be about him. There's other people you selfish. Astle this bobby. Truly all of this money worked very hard for i. Slept in lately worked to the drugstore. My drugs attention. I'm an addict. But i get rewarded. I get paid to indulge in my habit. It's all an illusion wearing makeup wearing makeup makeup. It's great man. It's great i'm doing it. No justice by the way but what my point is like. He's director the cobblestones deep. It's a deep wonderful song about what it's like to be a comic. I think he has good in toronto struggle. I think at this specialist pro portraying those things. That's great my only problem with these alternative specials traditional right. I'm just saying that's call it. Let's make a new thing. Well it's called key making the comedy special because even back in the day when you saw like Like a we call them. One man shows one woman show right and you knew you weren't watching a comedy special. That's you're watching a different piece of art. Yeah so what. I don't appreciate is that now. They're doing these things and then shitting on the people that go the art form of going onstage and just doing standard just doing standup as if like oh. This isn't enough right. Say what are you talking about two separate thing too so totally separate thing. But i don't like that but the problem is now with like the youth like her age range. They don't they weren't used to that so like all their used to now is categorically a tiktok guy is a comedian. Do you know what i'm saying. The lines are blurred. I hear what you're saying. Yeah but i disagree as that being the reason what is it. No they are used to it. They just don't like because it sucks. I'm straight up. Yeah like listen to me. You go on netflix. And you look. How many comedy specials they have on there yeah they suck them a good amount of them just the ones that are good. They stand out. You know it's hard to make. It's a hard thing to achieve in anyone about the person not being funnier whatever. It is hard to capture what happens in live show. It's impossible so and then they were just handing out specials like candy. It didn't matter the most famous person in guatemala. You're getting a special famous person in fucking pick a country in europe. We're going to give you a special. And they just were like inundating. The these these young people with like all this stuff every network showtime hbo netflix amazon. And so now. If i was young now you'd be like why did they call it special because it's not anymore so i don't think it is anything to do with like they're not used to it. They're just like oh that's the thing that they do that. No one likes her watches. The problem is comedy is so hard to capture is. It is so so inherently specials are tough like they really just have to be a moment in time. That's why like eddie shit was great. 'cause it was a moment in time. He's also phenomenal performance. The comic a moment in time shit was happening it was. It was like an amalgamation of like his job. He's just becoming mega famous. He's a great writer. He's a great performer. He's just becoming globally famous. Like that was just timing was perfect. Seamless chapelle timing was perfect for dave. Yes but i don't even know if that's how a great special is born. But i was like the timing is perfect but with him dummy. And what's the timing of six specials. I just think that no. I'm saying when they first crack the first power. See the reason that they crack is because you know like sebastian didn't pop until his fourth special or what. But that's because the timing wasn't right for the early ones he wasn't he wasn't funny. He was funny. But we're all funny. Everyone that's good enough professional. You're funny you'll go ripa room anywhere. This special. the idea of a special. Bobby won't make one which i agree with because it's so hard to capture what you really want to put down forever and you have to have material. 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. What are you doing the movie. The body and i did together. It's called hero mode is coming out. So it's like i'm going to the premier and do like in austin. Yeah but i saw a review of the movie and it was not good. Yeah i review the movie and they said like oh there was this cringe line in the movie and i was like. Oh i think that's my line. The line i forget what it was but i was pretty sure. That was my line So we'll see romo mode. What do you do in the movie. I'm a teacher. What does he do. Bobby's the principal of the school celena lever. Imagine a terrible now. It's going to be bad if you both are in it together. What is it so we're doing a game in which both of you are playing the other person okay. So you have to be. Like eric. And eric has to be laying. You know shit. i'll give here. We go everybody every all right. Let's do it okay. let's go what do you think is your best and worst quality. My best quality is my loyalty and my worse. Quality is probably my standup go. That way. okay. I said loyalty upfront. You turned it. Starts sweet in comedy show out all right go ahead. What kind of things will you be doing ten years from now in a you me. Okay now guy what we'd be doing ten years fighting off skin cancer because the sun really affects my. Yeah we get it bro. Let me let me do this. Can i answer that. i'll be here. I'll be. I'll eric asked me again. I'm america ahead asian. Baby we're going to adopt. We'll it'll be like eight years old by then nineteen car. What does it say very yeah. Things will be in ten years. Oh this old as bitch ari go ahead. Sarah rudy gets to answer. I'm gonna be rudy. And then rudy gets to be eric that'll be i'll be bobby. He's not here yet. But it's got to be traded off some in this room So i'll be rudy and then rudy will be eric. Yes so ask me i'm rudy. Okay hey rudy yes. What is your perfect weekend. slip with the dogs slip. Okay go ahead. now you're eric. She's got to be you. That's fair the guy you let him off the hook. Sheer eric rudy your eric. I'll be here on this question. What is the strangest dream you have ever had. Oh this changes. Hey doing turn. Don't the him influence you. Twenty likes he wants to see is sexiness by. What is bobby. I'm with bobby. And santino island naked doing things. What things do it all right line. What this great. You did great rudy. I'm glad you're back eric. I'm glad you're black ish. Fine thank you Thank you eric. I want you to end the show. Look in the In your single and say thank you for being a bad friend. You'll take us out all right. Hey thank you for being a bad friend but well. Let's let's create a horror movie right now. Okay what are you afraid of. What am i the most afraid of. I think we should play on our fears right first of all what we if we were going to run a horror movie. Yeah figure out what our fears are right. And then we'll just wrap okay. Middle of nowhere stuff creeps me to fuck out like like. I'm always down middle films. I'm always like ooh. It's so middle of nowhere so like in the woods but in the mountains in the mountains and what's more dangerous right where you can lose power it can be cold. Yeah right so it has to do with the ocean okay. So i'm out over the ocean. We got we just being in the middle of the ocean. So okay we're gonna put it on a boat them. No we'll do both noble. Listen middle of nowhere is the middle of the ocean to me. Okay one and the same right. So how about how about one where it's on an island. The islands a wonderful what. A great place to be haunted haunted island a haunted island perfect perfect. Here's another thing that i'm afraid of being buried alive everyone everyone that's everyone's fear has everyone's fear what is an kids i've got you and i wake up you okay. It okay on you write a santa's in your mouth. You learn how to climb out buried alive right or so. What you're saying is that i'm a guy right. You let me just create my character. I'm a guy right now. Work at like a store in new york. Correct okay in harlem. So yeah. I'm i'm i'm logging. Closing the source on a twenty four hour place right some locking everything up right and it shows me like just walking with my backpack to my little squalor. A really. I live in the basement somewhere. Chinatown live in chinatown. I why does it. Okay anyway. I just feels right for this movie. You're trying to cook. I'll be chinese food. I'll be lacking over right. We're right right. You live in the basement of china's right right and it just shows me a little montage of me like cooking some rahman right putting rahman right rat runs by retro bronze and by ns really rickety table yeah right sitting there at sloping rahman and watching some something on tv. The news or something right ravi or tv does a cut scene. Where i'm just kind of reading a book on a matt. That's why i sleep on the floor. Yeah i'll say this sad right. And then i plug in my phone. Whenever i have fallen right samsung got to be all right. I plug in my samsung chinatown. Right does it matter what kind of tv. I'm looking at or tissue. Yeah a tube. Tv no less tube not home so i assume just by you're thinking okay. I'm wearing a komo on. What else would you be wearing at your house. So all right in right komo. No i have a super sort on. Your hair is in a bond. Must be and what's in it. What's what's what's holding your hair trump stitch off six. That's correct all you raise already come on. Come on get back to where we still. So you're greece south. I wear regular clothes garage store. But what i get home. There's got even see where people will love it. Love it i have sent to sheba sheba. Tv right right. Oh shit on your map. I lay on my bamboo grandma right. Yeah right and then i wake up right on an island you wake up you wake up crawling out of saint on a sand yes naked butt naked naked. I still have the chopsticks. Gotta yeah material us. For some reason. I still have the bun perfect with the chopsticks. Come out right yes complete naked right and it's the brutal day of this. It's the sun bright and all of us in a you your character um digs out and you're wearing a green suit. Your and where my penises is a little pot of gold. Little tiny bottle going over. You're wearing a leprechaun. Let's just how about this. Look okay off all of the bullshit. Aside both. Wake up on the island okay. We're both butt naked. We wake up on the. I wake up on the island. You and i are ready to fight because we don't know how this happened. Did you do this to me. No of course that's not gonna were both coming out of hold on. I'm not going to go. But i do. Do you. put me in this whole berry and put yourself in a whole barriers. I'll s yes. Yes no you have to love so we jump out of the whole now. Jump out of the whole. We're freaked out. We're panos we are. What's going on where we say something like. Who are you. Who are you iran. That's the dialogue and we kinda calmed down. We tried come down ago right so my is yoshi yoshi yet. Look yoshi. i'm lucky. Yeah yeah do we have to have accents or this. We will she. I'm lucky while we doing here in this. It's not a big island very small. It's maybe a half mile around not even quarter mile around order mile but there is in the middle island is dense dance. there's trees thick very thick. But there is a path right right you and i. It's so hot out here. we have to get. Yeah you almost not inflame done right. And i go all right. So let's i found a trail. We go on the trail in the middle of the island is a statue of her. Her eyes are black black right and there's red blood tears right there right right. And obviously she has nine. there's a little message underneath. What does it say I can't believe it.

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Spider-Man Into The Spiderverse (Film) - GMMF

GamesMyMomFound

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Spider-Man Into The Spiderverse (Film) - GMMF

"Welcome to another episode not you on the side another movie episode of Gays My mom found i Mike Alberton Atherton and who's with me tonight check y'all bro Cobo Spiderman Michael Kay Hughes bill from the Disaster Verse Tucker and Peter. I didn't think funny name being back rats I don't feel does. Everyone forgets and things of last minute. Don't sweat it. I was GONNA I remember watching this movie. I'm going to write down a quote and then I realized that we start recording. Yeah. That never happened. Well. Now. We're doing things a little differently tonight for this episode since you guys have been so awesome and listening to, we'd already have released six the MC movies time that you're listening to this. So and as a tribute to getting through the first phase one with us we decided we're GonNa do something a little different a little pallet cleanser in a way, but still comic book because that's what I WANNA do. We're GONNA. Be talking about SPA and into the spider verse which came out in Coney. Eighteen Yup did not took longer to pull up. I thought it would. Not Notice Story. That's right. By the time I edit it. So. I mean I I I want to say I never solved before I. I don't know why I didn't see doesn't theaters I think I was just working way too much in two, thousand, eighteen and I I didn't go on December yeah. I would have been working a lot 'cause I work at a shipping shipping play so I work a lot. December. So I didn't I never saw this and I been meaning to watch this for well over a year and I just never have until especially Mike idea to put this on the show. You Yours at both said the you never seen. It was leg all we gotta fix that and thank you so much for doing. So I haven't seen this either this was released in December of two, thousand eighteen. So that's right in the middle of Oscar season. So I'm usually Boning the Oscars and seeing all the nominees and even though this was nominated for this was nominated for best animated feature and I think it was. Yeah it did it did they won best animated feature at the Oscars that year it just never I just wanted to when I heard so many good things from people I trust just never got around to it. So thank you for bringing this little piece of joy into Maya into my life right now this is a pretty awesome is great. How absolutely like I'm GonNa go ahead and spoil the ended up. So now the film it's going to have like a permanent place on my shelf has. This is my favorite movie like of all time. So I'm super excited to get into this. Yes. Absolutely. Mean before we go too far Peter do you want to mentor people might know you're from real quick if you read sci-fi do published a few SCIFI books my series is called the fifth civilization you find on Amazon or wherever books are sold so it. Could adventure I would say dry and read that book soon as again I don't really remedy right on right on. have been friends with you for years. Three Daniele Mike, we gotta talk about some time. Tonight this is my life's work in Yuba disconnecting in your shelf. I'm assuming I. DON'T I. Haven't bought it. You got the problem divided. All right. Well, house good talk in a I will be. Like he thought this'll episode was your idea this excellent intervention, the dealer for You WanNa Kinda introduced tablets movie starts off Oh man absolute life. So it starts off with a bunch of Columbia picture logos and Kinda. Jumps around no like end of the that sounds like a joke but kind of sets up a tournament movie where it Kinda of jumps between different versions like how ill they might appear in different universes until we finally get into the movie after a montage of images complete with the number forty two. Yeah. I got a chuckle out of that one you. Get. That reference it's just the number on the spider bites miles there was the same go. Okay. So it Kinda shows up a few times throughout this movie and then Peter Parker, from Universe Sixteen, ten I think is the ultimate universe kind of gives us a little recap about his life up until this point for the last ten years think that no after I, watch this movie three times in the last three days. Because he's seventy, twenty, twenty, six, twenty, seven, am make sense he says he spied ran for the last ten years he's one and only in Kinda goes over some of the highlights through his career including a stopping train from crashing. Reminder recognized. Upside on Kissel Mary Jane People might recognized. car flying thorough window in slow motion that people might recognize Spiderman three right? To. The car and then he dodges in slow motion This peter tells it a little differently where he'd knocks out of there with a single punch and then he does this, which is a dancing scene is yeah. We don't. We don't really talk about this that was spiderman three. Disposed to be kind of like a loose sequel to was supposed to be the toby, Maguire Spiderman thing or just I think. So I think it's just not. Remove came before it kind of tap into the multi-diverse whatnot. Okay it was. This openness. Oh is so good because it does two things it setting tone, right so right away you're getting basically what you should expect this movie, which is high energy a lot of reverence to the past and also the comedic tone as well. This is going to be funny This is going to a lot of joyful energy and it's GonNa love the past which I said the same thing three times. So I apologize just take whichever one you like Mike is take, but I know this sets this sets the table so. And also sets a lot of wonder like why what's with all the glitch ing? What's with all the colors? It just sets a lot of intrigue. So this is beautiful. I just said wonderful in opening and Peter also sits sets up the theme of always getting back up which again, the revisits multiple times which I liked I was I'm a big spiderman fan for years. That's one reason why we have the the that we have tonight because two of us, I think our our big comic book fans and two of us are not as much. I WanNa say since Jack you're yeah I don't think I don't think I've ever picked up a spiderman comic in my life. So yeah, I don't know I was kind of the idea for the show. This movie for a lot of people's pry their first introduction spiderman I mean firemen around for everywhere. But I mean, this is a this is for a lot of people might have been the first thing you'd seen Spiderman especially. If you skip the other spiderman movies which came out over a decade ago this point. Yeah. Our before that S- yeah. Okay. I eat my own words, but still it might have been something this introduce you to other spiderman a world that you wouldn't have known that I know who's fighting when I knew everyone was except for the robot a girl. So I mean it was cool to see stuff like that. But I I, I like how even early On when we start you have miles getting ready for school and it's very simple. But I am candidate show that he's not really Oh. Area packed and he's like, yeah it'd be looked over job at all and again high school kid like it sets the tone of how this guy is like Jesus kind of going by the moment kind of thing he's not really A kid it's like he doesn't take responsibility. Going, for God. Great. Power I. The? I May I just interject one thing I want to get Peter's thoughts in these two Did you know my sensitivities over the last six six episodes? Did you notice the giant long shot of Sony on his headphones that were? It's just so blatant branding. Just. Center justified. Middle frame slow turn around. But that's Sony load in a move. Ohno. Right there in front of you evil advertisers don't do. Friends Oh, I I know see the expected. Get it had the big Sonia logo beginning but man alive get it. Sony began its anyway. Just I. It just bugs me when Clayton potty placement just puts a little. Just. To put the thing in my ear that's annoying. So Peter, what did you think about the open and kind like how this characters introduced well. It's a very. Very good I i. kind of agree with everyone would everyone was saying here I do I did like the the opening montage and narration because it's you know people like need don't necessarily remember the whole story and people coming into food for the. New viewer minus necessarily on the story and it's good to show the whole Parker and spider man you will see references to the. Other films in there too but overall. Yeah it was. It was great deduction and another thing too about the introduction I. Just Kinda came to mind as Peter talking is animated films hit a different demographic they that'll hit a younger demographic So yet more kids parents are more willing to take their younger kids to movie that's animated whether or not it's you know PG pg thirteen it's just kind of that natural progression. So you're right a lot to a lot of kids in that theater who've never seen those mid-2000s or late. Two Thousand Spiderman movies and this is just an introduction and they're not gonna get the references and they don't have to. You're just seeing strength you're seeing agility you're seeing romance. You're you're seeing things that he's done without the context which you don't mean Um. So I think that definitely lends to its benefits everyone's watching it especially people like you said, who, yeah, Disney large population haven't seen those original movies they out a while ago. So this is a really neat introductions who spiderman is as a character especially for this film. Miles as a character that not a lot of people probably know is a spider man because he's a newer one that came out in the ultimate universe in twenty eleven but he's not a re. This was his first real big outing as being spider man I mean he's he's men game. So He's a comic book property. I had no idea. Oh. All right. See he had no idea ultimate spider man Peter Parker does die and miles takes over at the name Spiderman. So they're pretty true to comics in that sense. Any bid by different spiders while he had different powers to. So all that was taken I mean was taken right from the comics. The the weight of the characters look like all the villain that was all something different for this movie like they kind of took some of the aspects of the characters that would be from the comic and they just changed them like green, Goblin in the ultimate universe. Does look like a giant monster, not like that kind of giant monster like you. You saw him in the city. So good. We'll get to that scene to may also really liked the way they set him up as far as his personality. He's popular He's got a lot of friends at his old school and I really do love the scenery's walking down the street in his prep charter school uniform. To the whole that actually made me very sad but it was to that charter school uniform. But all his friends are kind of hanging out in high five and he is sets them up as charming as as lively as fun. Very affable data tricky thing because you don't want him to come off as conceited 'cause popular can sometimes read as conceit and they again. They do a beautiful job of making him just seem like a fun kid who people like and that's that's awesome. Digging losing music but your introduction to awful he's running down the street here saying he's taking sure yet these little stickers that he draws as he makes me sticking on signs and stuff which again kind of part of the character in this movie, it's Great. To I wasn't sure how I do it was it was I like it when when the data shows up in the COP car jump in the back of the car. Did. That's good to see. This is a good to see a diverse cast as well. I Know Miles Morales I mean I know that was It's true account book but it's kind of rare for a superhero movie to have anything but a non white lead and it's good to this cast. You know there was there was not as much emphasis on the white characters it was miles morales. Women characters, and kind of the big hodgepodge at Newark is and it was good good to see that now was expressing extremely refreshing for saying that too 'cause I had that down It's really nice to see a superhero movie that's not completely whitewashed. That's nice. That's great. Actually you know Black Panther obviously would be the other one but it's very indicative. I said La- last episode, a I I lived in New York for four years. I'm from the northeast northern New Jersey and to see that represented so vividly, and so respectfully is a real treat Cya I totally agree and says a African American dead in his mother's Puerto Rican he goes by her last name to so he's not miles. Davis. Which makes me think. I should recognize that references I don't get it. Being your pants at school considerably Miles Davis Kabila Allison. Okay. That's why I didn't get the reference. The movie here's we'll keep it that way. I I did laugh my ass off when when his dad drops him off at school and he goes on to bullhorn say you I'll say I love you and everyone to stare at him like salad. Party. Good bit. Very good that I for those listening vendors. I don't always like my humor where somebody this humor work I wasn't upset I was like. This is funny like this worked for me. It's if it's in the world. In the world and in the characters and again like I said in the vendors, you know I didn't this time around I didn't mind the JOSS. Wheaton. Out of nowhere references in out of nowhere gags the Gal gag and all that it still was charming to me but I can get it. If you don't again, that was all the rage eight years ago. Nowadays, it's gotten dated a all the humor here is completely integrated into those characters and that scene in the cop car is really grey setup scene for the relationship between the data and miles where you know of course. The. Dad's a cop. You know he's a good cop and he sees his son, any sort of deviance from the norm which again, throwing some stickers on a sign in new. York is not a big deal like, hello my name is alison come on. You're not not know tagging Empire Still Pilz ebeling right thing but any deviance he sees it like unto know you gotta gotTa roll straight especially with the his relationship with Aaron. It's a great setup again. So touching and really very honest and also kinda he makes comment where he says I only got into the school because this dumb lottery that is so is this is a New York thing but New York public schools you can get into the charter school system, which is state funded and charter schools are like private schools and you can get into by paying or you can get into a lottery and a lot of families who live in very poor neighborhoods in New York in Brooklyn and. Queens, they will submit their kids go through this lottery and this lottery system. If you win, you get to go to the more intense better school quote unquote if you lose, you go to the really bad public school and his great schools in New, York but poor areas socioeconomic status just kind of how the world works So when I when he was out, he was in his really tough school and he probably shouldn't have been in as we'll see next montage I just caught me again that's more personal anything else but. I am I work in the education industry. So it's like Ooh, she got put into a charter school. You are not supposed to be in because your parents wanted to be there because better life better school better education better life. But our college better than what I have But sometimes, kids just don't belong there. They drown and man does destroy drown as we see in the next month. Okay. That's cool. I didn't always kind of reference to a real thing in New York. Oh. Yeah. School yeah that's a real thing the lottery, the New York lottery. I. Confused I thought well, I didn't get that it just went over like, okay whatever and I keep going but that's cool. It's based on a real thing. Real thing. I forty two we see in the opening role is the forty two that he. is on the ball, the lottery where he won. How See My. Background didn't make sense of it. There's a there's a there's a a movie out there. That's an excellent documentary on a call waiting for Superman and It's documentary about the about the charter school system in New York and how it's publicly funded in the lottery system and all that. Sir. Excellent. Check it out. We learned something new today. It's not by the DC universe. No not. yeah. What's his name indirect it? All Record Tom Snyder Zach, Snyder net debtor bachelor did not direct this touching documentary about kids trying to get into the charter school for a better life. No nobody did it would involve monsters building blowing up and. More like winker superman to be good again. I I did like the school part when it shows him like we were kind of referencing where he he he's taken me say like he fails to clinch like you got a zero raw that what you knew what the right answers were in the wrote the wrong one gives them a hundred. Thought. That was cool. Very cool. Very cool again, showing, Hey, intelligence these actually a smart kid. He doesn't WANNA be there we'll be back with his friends which is you know we all know that we were in high school and Middle School he's Middle School I guess at this point but no high school high school he yeah sometimes it's all about where you're at right and making the best of it and having those friends in those connections that's just as important as you know knowing how to. Divide, polynomial ll right it's only imports. Either I just made a word. Like what are you talking about? and. I also like introduced is because I I knew the character was introduced Guan where I like to joke when he comes in relate to the class and and he quotes Einstein something about where time. Is, relatively And I don't have to call the premium Portland, but it didn't make me laugh and I like introduces the his friend in the school, and then when he finally get your name, she's like, Oh Wanda from South America. Not the America. He says the time is relative maybe he's not late everyone else's early in those met with dead silence until when. Has To laugh a hell awkward. The situation as it was funny. Also like Oh, we don't introduce your spider when right away when he first when he we're not even going he just like Oh my name is Wanda comes up with some other name and I'm like. Weird. That's when stacy. Fighter. Glenn, and my wife's like white not to say that she's Glenn Well, she knows she's in another universe. There's very well another gwen stacy walking around here yell might throw up some some red flags. Yeah, yeah definitely Around yeah. All of that was all of that. Made me just made me laugh I, I got into movie right away and I was like, okay, I'm all right this nice to be enjoying myself right off the bat and and then I do like it when you when you meet the uncle like I want to say in the comics, the oncle also plays a part in the ultimate world but I can't remember exactly. But I think he kinda he is in there that that wasn't where the where the story goes wasn't too far off the comics I think unfortunate never read any of the ultimate spider man stuff because I don't care about alternate world. Yet. Yeah Okay I had enough. Settle is one of the Peter Jumping on this bit again because I know you're Super Fan Lemon was the Super Fan. I'm a superfan now we talking about. I think awkward teenage or awkward. Teenage humor is pretty hilarious and so. I the introductions of the interest was refined for me to I. I like that in far from home or not far from home was the other one homecoming coming and it was like it's like a little bit younger version of homecoming where. Our heroes are just awkward kids in can't quite quite fitted and they can't make quite seem. Competent right away, but it just works for me. Works. Yeah. An Olympic to growth right, and that allows us later as the movie progresses, he's going to grow and he's going to learn and he's turn super awesome as apoe suggest heart. Awesome. He's become competent. Yeah Competent I. Hope movie is doing like, I mean now that we're talking about two like every little seen it just about him growing as a character and showing like when the same before we run into his uncle and punk hey, let's go I got an area for you to go when I was doing some construction work and he brings him down to subway, but it's all I mean that's just moving the plot, but it also does feel like you know. Development for the character. He says like man I I got to study I gotTa do this and you come on the answer that phone call your like you kind of see how his uncle isn't the best in floyd at the same time. He still he cares about his nephew a lot like I thought that will now he's he's the the way I read that is, and again this is such important and is just masterful masterful heritage development because it. When you in in movies, every scene to do something should be no wasted time and seen it should be always doing something developing character is moving plot. Always keep keep the trainer on and what this is doing is a. Because not only the setting up them going into the train into the subway tunnel into this abandoned abandoned amphitheater, which there are New York, those do exist. That it exists e Oh, you can't. I don't think you can really just walk into them. They're usually blocked off and. They are things that actually do exist in the underground tunnels they're built in the nineteen and forties, and they build these large things on. There's a lot of abandoned. That that just go nowhere and there are that is an actual thing. But what doesn't this seem? It's he's you know Aaron is the father figure miles wants and he's not getting from his dad which is why he so attracted to him and Aaron cares. He encourages him in the things he loves to do. He's like, yeah, let's do some artwork. Yeah. Let's do that and and all young men boys and girls do but all boys really want from their data. For their dad to respect them and for that to be appreciative of the things they have because dads are heroes two young kids, your your your dad, your hero right and if your dad's not interested, that's to soul-crushing. That's why he goes to this. Somewhat Shady Guy is shady uncle but you know the cool oncle who really is into like man that's a cool drawing. Let's go do this thing is forget about your test. You know there are other experiences in life than. And again, factoring Paulino meals so. I love it, and this establishes a divide between the data and miles and a connection between Aaron which sets up and let me just say this now because I'm going to say this over and over the beauty of this movie is everything pays off everything pays off in the end from and I will point out these moments, multiple times, and that is a treats and a joy when those things connect with things, connect and films it is a joy. That's why parasite is joy which I saw few weeks ago. That's why in this this is a joint. So that's my that's my overriding theme I've said, it once prepared to hear it. Multiple Times. I did like Rehab spray painting like they do that where he stands up in his uncle's pray paint around him to and like when I saw the spider I crawl on him I'm like, oh He's GonNa get bit and and I was. kind of cool seeing and it was so cool in very abstract like a big scene. If bite them out of hand, he looks at it. You see venom injecting me just flicks it off them which makes sense. That's what you would do. You wouldn't be like Oh my God click. Okay. We're. So. Virgil expectations. Yeah That's great. You know I'm trying to remember the other spider biting scenes. You don't need to read and the wire ones I think it was much more dramatic Oh yes. Oh Yeah it's all it's extremely dramatic big music I think this one too they kind of do that. I don't think told me Maguire, and was all that big a deal was very dramatic for the spider launching his fangs into his flesh and then he just pipes it off and that's the end of But still this again because you know what's supposed to happen the fact that it just doesn't happen right away and happens in very small increments is very spiderman in that origin story but. Again. Just the just the and just the way they handle it is is very, very cool that they do that I I liked it i. love you know he started he gets his power. He doesn't really understand the like. You show him sleeping throughout the entire night while his roommate I was really confused I didn't really lived in a dorm like houses random guy in his room because I am. Not Paying attention or something, and you have it where he's sleeping but then he gets up Pathak my pants don't fit anymore like New Pants into very good. That was hilarious thing. I people what say that I talking to Gwen? He doesn't. You know as he knows I think this may introduce her name and he tries to I did laugh we does a stupid the hand on the shoulder thing is talked about in the earlier scene. Other and say hey The holder touch because that comes back around to? Like, I don't. Ground is so good. When he had the powers and he gets his any gets his hand stuck on her hair and he can't pull out tried it looks like he's grabbed her by the Harry's and. I can't I can't. It's Great I. Get in trouble or something not to go into the into the medical rumor. The nurse's Office and the shave off part of her head to get to hair off and it works. It's funny. It looks cool it. It completely works for the character in. All pays off and we can't hand wave the the comic book feel now where half the actions are in comic book panels and labels on the on the screen that's happening at this point, right? I'm trying to it doesn't start until he gets bit by the spider and then he writes. The thought bubbles and the word boxes floating around. and. He sees them but see them right and now we're kind of getting confused because we know things are changing from second to second as opposed to just being shown. Okay. Sticking hand. Okay. Pants. We're we're seeing this escalation of something either wrong or right but this chain of escalation and it just our brain goes what is this what's going on at least my brain did because I is the first time I saw last night. and. Is it just this escalation of things happening and it's it's really engaging and even more. So than obviously the things that have to happen like the hair sticking in the to show the the growing at the powers in the ability because we do know he's becoming spiderman by that's not a big surprise. How this is happening is a surprise it really grabbed lagaras. Surprise. How I was really getting into this movie like right off the Bat I was like, okay this is this is this is funny. This is good. So I was surprised and then I want I do like that part when you have is he's running these running around kind of scared because of the power runs the guard like I know you stuck out last night Suffice I'm normally not into a lot of humor, but it was it was like that was funny. He's running around any runs the guy's office. He accidentally runs into the security guys office, which is which is initially playing the spider man like Christmas song or something that the guy had on his computer and I look I reference I didn't get that reference at all it. It's one of the things that Peter says of the bikinis like I put out a Christmas album, and then that kind of comes back around. Go. That's right. That's their hostility paying off. Sorry, guys. Here you have to do with that for the next hour and a half. Movie more. Really. All the comics fanzine moving again then you'll have a better understand it only. Thirty I'd like to read the comics. Now I don't I'm not a compensator I I really yeah. I most everyday with comics was in highschool friends who are into them. So I used to hang out the comic bookstore kind of look around and pretend I was like, oh, this is cool but that's about it. So yeah, I think she liked to read this complex story. Yeah. I suppose it's worth mentioning that end of the spider verse is based on a comic art. Yes. Of the same name it all about the sweater verse and multiple. Spiderman coming together to take on a Common Threat Twenty fifteen became out. Yeah. I read it. Pretty good. It's probably going to be on this show too. So I thought. It I was like I enjoyed it. I thought everything was hilarious him running on the outside of the building because he can't control powers sticking everything. And when he finally gets back to his room at a parents house and mechanic falls on him, the Spiderman Comic, which for those that don't know that was the first appearance vitamin but it was a reprint version of it like the top little yellow pink color with representative with a reprint that came out that made me laugh to. They wanted like he doesn't have the common from the nineteen sixties. He has a reprint of this or something, but it was the same. Instead of amazing spider man well, I guess it would have been amazing stories then but all the spiderman comics are tails tails in the of spider-man to show that it's a a different universe. Cool. Just one of thing too I I really like about this opening scene this initial conflict of him. As you know junior junior junior spiderman you know is spider man version one in his in his world that escalated it's low stakes and that's really great. He's not running from a train he's not running from cars he's running from the cops he's running from some dufy security yard who likes Spiderman Christmas Song. And it's good leads sense. It's low stakes, but they're still enough stakes for him. Right? He's a high school kid he doesn't want by the security guard. He's probably tangled with him before tagging stuff I'm assuming so nice low stakes chase. We get to see him do a little intro spiderman he stuff the sticking everywhere is really good because that brings my mind like, yeah. How do you unstick? Sticky hands. How'd you stick and unstick you sing Song Apparently You just feel. When he stuck to Gwen Tara, she tells them that to just like you need a relax miles. That's right. Just relax. Would now Listen I. saw this last night. My plan was the night before I guess I should've seen this twice and I. I actually like you'd watch it. He loves spider man he's four, but he has no idea who he is. This'll be a good one form. Sure. Never sleep again. That's fine. Actually. Love Spider Ham. You. Spider hands I know I have I have a friend who showed a show this get, and there's like a spider man cartoon on the DVD and I want to watch over and over and over again. So. Okay get ready for that if you do. Have to think about this now because he's it's painful two. Minutes, but it's it definitely Harkens back the old style looney tunes. It's kind of antle. I got PBS kids constantly my brain. So I Eat another. I I have more kid shouting. This diversion kit shows I discovered why can't stand children's shows for the most part? They're all the same volume and the extremely loud. Everyone at. Work what go to work that trump. No I don't WanNa know. S Backyard again. No I can stick a backyard against I'm not going to. I don't know maybe the end but no. It had a duck, a turtle and a hamster I can't remember the show though is thank Oregon's beg arrogant that say kangaroo a Moose Penguin a hippo, and it's the one I can't remember. Isn't that stupid with their in the spaceship and they kind of fly around this dumb spaceship and do stupid things. Don't claymation good. Carpet is definitely what I was thinking of though. Show door about. Back in later when we start talking about spider I like it when he jumped when the you know because he doesn't really know what to do. So he ends well, which makes sense after he find the comic realize, Hey, spider powers he ended up heading to the subway to go find the spider that you know have bit him and he flicked off and my was like Holly Hills. You're GonNa, find that spider and. Immediately. 'cause you know. Comic Movie But. Body wouldn't be there any mortgage sure of bug or something would have carried off that did body awhile ago but it's queuing find the spider, and this also leads when you first see the the the regular, the Peter Parker spider man fighting the Green Goblin, which it my wife look music why the Greek God look like that I'm like well, in the ultimate universe, they did things differently, which is what this is loosely based on and all it took all the villains they made for some reason green Goblin a big monster. Normally he's, let's say, your ten foot ten foot. Tall big muscular monster but not like what you have. Two stories tall creature normally just a guy in a costume this this time he actually mutates into this big alking beast. I I I have a soft spot for the stupid Green Goblin guy wearing a halloween costume looking thing I on on a space sled. Yeah. That guy. I do I like Classic Green Goblin just but I also really like the armor and the original Spiderman movie. So I felt. That was willing to phonemes. As. I see anything Willem Defoe on here for just so. Sign me up for that man, but it was really cool watching them fight like it was it was an awesome scene with and I and I like seeing the different take on Green Goblin. Now it made more sense that she the funk pop all over the stores that I'm like what the fuck does. He have that stupid hat on he doesn't. Understand. Wasn't that's what it looks like if this movie it was cool you. Start getting high. This is like you. You have them fighting. You have the collider gets I wanted to declutter gets turned on at least partly turned on and Peter Parker who's been this point for years ends up getting all fucked up. He falls he's buried under concrete and think goblin disappears Goblins Golf. You don't see him get in this movie, I, remember what happened to him. The dust get turned on and Goblin kind of speed or into it. Okay. And ends up having a chain reaction. The whole thing explodes, and then you kind of see it pants down. You see goblins leg sticking up out of the debris Jim I. Guess it implies He's Dead Okay Okay I was curious. Yeah. Chose Peter under the rubble like you said all and a fun fact if nobody asked for in the Peter Parker Spectacular Spider Handbook Norman Osborn is a Turkey and he called the Green Goblin. No not here for that. Nothing to do with this at all. No that's the tip of the iceberg if for the annual plants let's start. I think it is. I think it is worth dining on that I. fight seeing Peter What did you think about that? That initial biting I was I want to say something else I was GonNa say win. Win Kingpin Cubs I, I love design kingpin. I guess just Google images exposing the comic books. He looks kind of like that. But in this movie, his is a little bit more exaggerated kind of grotesque image almost like something from a Dick Tracy movie or Dick Tracy Comic Books he's got like that little head in the big it's such an imposing. Image. In the eye outside yeah, it's it's such. It's such an imposing. It just makes for a stark villain and you know ev- every time he's on screen I was I just kept jen myself no that that's a good sign. In classic. Comic. Book Design there yeah, it's it's interesting that was Dick Tracy his name be chested. IB, be super interested I, Sup- yeah, I'm down for that. We're watching it three nights ago on my wife's like, what are they design like that is so all I think part of it's just to be this big imposing villain Mrs.. They also really liked the shot of just his head in the middle of a black void exist such an intimidating shot I guess the listen to the commentary they said, they basically wanted him to be like the embodiment of black hole like he's essentially about to create. Succeeded in accents. Yeah. That's actually really really deep. That's really cool. Yeah. I JUST A little head in a big body who big punchy man as all I thought I again not knowing the see the comics I just put like big punchy man in my notes and and then someone will say kingpin like Oh that's right I heard that name before okay. The ever do king did ever do kingpin original Spiderman Trilogy or well Gee Me Spiderman trilogies were there are No he was in the daredevil two, thousand, four movie. Okay. I never saw that he's also in the daredevil season kingpin I appearance Spiderman Comic, but the Kinda since he's more of a he, he teaches New York fill in but. He's more human that usually happened flight daredevil and other characters that don't have as much superpowers. Refiner man does. But in you know in some adoration like this one, you have them as a super powerful monster almost like where you after you have miles and you're talking you have kingpin just Beata Hal Spiderman until I punched him I mean that was brutal brutal. Me I was like I mean, that's what. They do offscreen like you don't see it but you know what happened it is I was like, okay that's intense. The PG kids movies to. Watson one of them. It was it was good though it it hit me I'm like, ooh. This is not what I was expecting, and then when miles goes to escape because he's Just, GonNa take little thing in charlotte collider begins of making noise because these kids don't really know powers or know what he's doing and I like how they like. There's someone else you're okay. Get them. They send the prowler. I always liked the problem for those that don't know prowler is like in most version of much for he. Has Not maybe cybernetic or in half robotic android I don't know what word am I looking for? It's it's all kind of armor future. He's got gallons he's got the enhanced. To give some different vision augmentation 's Sir He's not like that normally he just least the crime you. He's a guy in a Purple Cape that hasn't gone guns in cool mask. Batman Kinda thing. Yeah. That's good way to put it. He he he is an old villain. He is from nineteen, sixty nine. so He's been around for a while, but it was cool to see him in and it was it was I i. love that whole everything Hap-. This. He's also in Spiderman home kind of in a very busy. Now you see Hobie Brown in the yeah. One of the newscasters on the high school Tuck Morning News. I didn't even catch that was homecoming and Donald Glover Oh who's Aaron Davis theory. Yeah I thought you meant original Prowler Hobie Brown no I don't but and Marsala Ali did the voice over for Prowler in this movie by the way for the. House of cards and many other movies. You'RE GONNA be Blade soon to he was also in moonlight, right. He's a great actor, phenomenal anyone Askar you on Oscar for Moonlight and for Green Room Oh. He salutes in the Netflix series. The amid such. A good choice I carried. Phenomenal yeah, Peter thanks for that cast is outstanding. Yeah. Yeah I mean it just like the you know I'm trying to remember whoever does mile- Miles Morales, all the actors and Haley Steinfeld her Shali, all the voices, and then you know people talk about later on when the other spider versus people here. They just got the right people to do all these voices and highly Seinfeld a little trivia. Tribute ask she was nominated for an Academy Award in two thousand ten, for True Grit. which is fantastic. She is also rumored to be Kate Bishop in the upcoming Hawkeye Disney series. All right coming. Awesome. Yeah. We'll be watching that. How much my Kaga forget who would be on this show we declare somebody. I like it. How like which makes sense being a kid that has power doesn't know what to do is being chased by people trying to kill him he runs back to his to his room. I couldn't remember which room he runs into, but it doesn't matter too much. The part that did crack me up shortly after this is when he goes to the mass shop because he wants to buy Spiderman map because he not spider power in Stan Lee's they're like I knew Peter Parker love that he sells on the math he's like you'll eventually fit then he points to the sign and says, no refunds no matter what. Do we know who did the voice for Stanley because I know he was him it was was. this this one like I've seen this movie probably a dozen times and that seems. Still. Hits hits real hard every time because his first words out of his mouth is I'm GonNa Miss Home. Now stand go. Miles runs he runs back home and then you see his parents watch on the news talking about Peter's death. It's just like this big van were depends over new. York and everyone's got their cell phone watching the news feed May. It's really touching. Yeah. It was good like Mj's Ho speech where he ends up, he ended up running to all the other people all the other people just spiderman and wearing masks and everything, and she's talking about how what Peter did I thought that was very cool to see how now that he's died they knew he was even though they think he died an earthquake amount. What really happened it was very, very powerful moment it kind of hits to hit me a little I. Guess she talking about how you know how he was and how he just wanted to help people and I I really like that part I like I'm Jay in general. So Curse Don's not Islamic at will she spent half the movies screaming so it's fine. Yeah Peter, what did you think of the of this whole section here and how do you think the that whole thing was handled? Very, well done. Very moving you got get in the University of Superhero movies where these are all real people and they're all A Superhero is like a big figure in these movies. And so to see like the the following people are wearing the mask the. To see that is just it builds an emotional connection because you say to yourself, you know this is just a kind of a figure to these people in this universe is the real person who means something to them and I just yeah I I I'm trying to I'm trying to take back to the movie. It's been a little while since I've seen it but I, I yeah, it's a very busy over yet you do and you. Because again, the based on reaction of everybody around it's I think it's really great. He's a known figure. He's a known he's not like in the shadow. Earl right. He's taking. He's fighting. He's saving the day and he's probably obviously again, you don't know. He was destroyed by giant monster with a circle head, but he was. Killed in the rubble of the earthquake but tab that kind of impact do probably doing little stuff like you see in homecoming where he's just kind of helping out the neighborhood right? which is awesome. small-scale but big impacts right and that's that's sometimes I think it's great with movies do that and yeah, this is truly touching and we only we only know Spiderman this Peter Parker for what maybe three minutes we've had maybe two scenes. With him but we can already feel that how much they care. That's really great. We kind of skipped over the scene right before he dies he meets miles in their biter kind kinda like harmonized together they sync up he's like, wow, you're like me. So go you stick around I can show you the ropes like he just wants to help him. So he doesn't have to go through by himself like Peter did the first time. He just wants to help and MJ keeps bringing that up to during her speech. Which is played such big ardent like the fact that you know he meets his mentor figure right before he and he's going to help him and he died immediately after it ended. Now Season Miles splotches him died hoof. So Harold is the the how thirteen fourteen I mean visa I don't know how will these in highschool but it's man yeah imagine leading metting having these things. You don't understand these powers. You don't get that. You didn't ask for never asked for this finally meeting the person who can actually help you figure it out and boom they're crushed under a pile of rubble. Golly that's just ruling all those villains earn your. VILLAINS YOU'VE NO INTERNET yourself very to put it i. you know it got me. I did laugh my ass off when it's right after you have md speech where he climbs up the building and he looks like he's about to jump all I can think of with Matrix that's all that came my he goes bowling goes nobody just see him run walk into downstairs looking at building goes up and he goes with a lower building and tries to do. This for music building up and then it just cuts out to him running down the stairs again. And yet another payoff of the. Untied. Shoe. Leaving touch that. I forgot about the untied. You may have we seen them travel over at once before when he ends up in front of Jefferson, Davis COP car at the beginning, and then when he's going into the school, His dad tells him to tie it and immediately after girl says, your shoes untied dislike I know it's a choice because again, the scene of the cop car free saying he doesn't feel like he has a choice about the school in any pretty much anywhere direction is lives going in his dad tells him he doesn't have a choice. So leaving that shoe on diet is the one decision he can make on his own. It's good. You keep saying the choice. Causes Him to it caused him to plummet from a building. Point Falls Ya. Getting Let. He knocks off the numbers on the building on the way down and laze in between a forty two now. That he's That's right. That is cool. I had I will be once and forget I watch it again, and in in the process we didn't mention that a spiderman occurrence spiderman gives that USB stick to shut down the collider and he breaks it in that the Guber that's what it was. Yeah and the Guber will refer to it as that from now on and he breaks it in his fall. So now as if you. You're like, all right. What is this kid? GonNa do like it really does seem hopeless again as of you're I'm like all right his McGovern's broke You don't know how to jump. He's not very good. The Spiderman thing I assume he'll get better than I'm really curious how and Man I'm I'm already hooked at this point, but now I'm super-duper hooked I? Mean he's ready to give up. The grave like I don't think I can do I promise you but I don't think I can do it. It's like by broke that approach that thing you gave me, which is a super bowl show and he lands on the ground and into like zooms in shows an outline of the Gubert chattering. Artistic Brilliance. In this movie yet the art in Israel the just the animations will be amazing like we haven't there yet, but it is helpful and vibrant. Yeah The color is really got me when I saw for the first time the theory as I was saying to myself, this is a movie that I'll have to get on Blu. Ray and I'll have to make sure to watch the best quality because you need to see that to see all the designs and the vibrant colors and obsessive. Pastiche amazingness not since speed racer has been there such a color movie. These yes I mentioned that movie. Movie. Which one the speed the I'd. Never seen. Well the be another run for the show just science. The Blah the pig more franchises I guess it's combat. Related. SORTA. The Color Palette, the Color Palette, and this is just I mean, like you said, it's just this giant rainbow and it's these explosions of color. It's not even the sketching out and not even the glittering. Just a choices are so good. It's not this overbearing, just Rambo fest of exploding light. You know when it's muted and somber, it's it's the low tones are really great and then when this when the action is flying around it just vibrant ness with some of the great things banana nation, you can do that in an animated films. You really can't do that in a live action. It has to be somewhat grounded somewhere and just all those sharp edges of light in color just yet. Gorgeous. That's gorgeous. It find a good way to make it work and movie at especially towards the end I mean especially towards and it actually looks like. We haven't talked too much about the collider yet when those win, it's firing off in wellness colliding. Kate looks like Comic Book Comic Books Comic Book Cutler is just collided, exploding and fracturing and just going everywhere. And it's gorgeous. Actually looks like a comic book when when you're in that realm specially towards the end when he would actually enveloping Brooklyn, he had the trains and the buses and. Thought Laureus Glorious and. Treat Bay. I, think that's. The reason that it was a critical success that people were glad it wasn't the same kind of format as the marvel movie is to take on. It was it was not. You know it was a new style was inventive. It was fresh. It was was something new. Yeah and that's one of the big reasons. I think we're doing it now as opposed to like when it was actually released. A, because we all WanNa, watch it and see it and talk about it because it's great. But also it doesn't quite fit the model universe and that's a good thing it. This is not technically part of the MCI. Now, this is a Sony movie. Yeah. I'll take the of course it's Sony I saw it on the headphones. The couple of times again I'm sorry I'm just sensitive the placement but Yeah. This is something on its own that unique. It's great and it's just I keep. We keep gushing at the end. We got lot more do. Though Ren Cemetery where you have Heater v Parker shows up and like the first thing you see him, he walks up to two miles, Morales touches and mile ends up the you touch of something but mild were ends up shocking him with our. He doesn't even know he has yet, which is hilarious when he shocks them and then you have the whole then you have part of his intro Peter B.'s Intro, which is, which is interesting I i. like how you have an older spider man who's been spiderman off like twenty some years. And he's lost him in Mj had broken up and he's fought all these villains. He's kind of Ot, little more overweight. He's like I don't really care which is also where in the comics there is a fireman it is kind of like that later on where things have kind of not sponsor well I I it was represent and it was I liked all that and I also love the part where he ended up shocked and then he used to tach by the by the thread, her the Spiderman threat by love how also is like? You know the the machine he made on his hand not frigging organic spiderweb popping out of his wrist Spiderman Cold Maguire. But. I don't like that not the comics and. Fight like trump like you know he cops we ended up picking up the body I. Think he's dead. He's running away to like, Hey, we have A, we have guy run around with a dead Hobo body or something it's his body. It's again another slightly elevating the stakes. Now he's running from cops these the dead Peter or we think he's not dead obviously but you know unconscious Peter on his shoulder and it's extremely funny. The dragging his face on the ground as he tried had taught the cars. Et is extraordinarily funny but he had an hour in a situation. We have slightly higher stakes him doing some action as he grows the stakes increase with him massively trying to wake up Peter is and he keeps getting hit by things like it is straight. Out Loud Washington that stuff? Yeah. So I was I was happy I was like, okay this is this is good very good like and then when they finally do get e I, think is miles house wherever the hell they ended up to and that's when you see them. He ties up Peter, Parker to a punchy baked to try to get more information like who are you how are you here and he's like you know Peter died like but you look just like him but older and a little more in the gutters. It's like a different shape pretty sure. You just called me fat. Think, he's actually in errands apart. Oh, I think you're right yeah. Yes. Town and that's what. Yeah Town. PUNCHBAG YEP gotTa Talk. Off Paying off Oh yeah. They do a lot of Batman movie like everything pays off. It's good. It's all the legos clicking togetherness great I. I correct and I after they talk and he finally you know you try and convince them the let him help him because he got close the collider and Peter Peter Parker trying to get home and I like I have something very important to do and it goes to a scene of them. Eating of he beaten Burgers they had to go stop at some Burger joint like and my world this thing calls I ten years ago. Like that that was funny that really got me again really semantics meant and character. You know he's a reluctant mentor he doesn't want to be. He's jaded. He's over to spiderman thing Jake Johnson plays Peter Peter be. A new girl originally, and he's a very, very funny guy So he does a great job in Chris? Pine plays original Pita Parker didn't realize. Very small time yeah very, Small Matt Time but I'm into that He's a great job, and again it's worse amending this kind of, Hey, helped me relationship. He's like, no at actually probably because of his life experience saying, you don't want this. You don't WanNa go through this look what happened to me on this kind of jaded and beaten down by life which in that opening intro insured the his character is really touching and really again that concept of a I going through a divorce small apartment, you know he says I'm adjusting fine he says. Cry and shower. Shatter Herman performed so Great that is Kinda true. The comic there is a I am pretty sure that like in that in the future there things don't always go so good for Spiderman I mean that's very common idea that you know because he puts Spiderman I in his life and affects his personal life a lot which makes sense. Yeah and this thing that self thing Peter Peter be is now like, Hey, I'm just going to go to collider I'm GONNA get back to my universe later. All cares about and I I want to say L. Comex is also from the comics as I again pay seen like earlier with miles is in school they talk about some smart stuff I don't remember exactly. But the the woman on there like he ended up talking about dimensions or something and he he remembers that he's like, Hey, we gotta alchemists. That's where that lady was I you know. Again paying off seen that you weren't really planning on paying off like it, but it ends up connecting to move the plot. It's good like. Everything is movie they. They make sure it pays off make sure works. They don't just throw in stupid things or no reason. Yeah that's nice. So Is from originally from Spiderman Twenty, ninety nine and then it Kinda got a earlier shot later. Bats recognize it from when he sneaks into the classroom and they had the film strip plan. It's actually the doctor lady on the the film they're watching and miles kinda stands in the way to cover up her last name, which is another payoff later on it shows in the Bod Corner says Dr Olivia and can't make out the last name. Would not see that company like you is it's still a little bit ways but they go. And they end up, they end up breaking into it. They get in the place and they're trying to hack into computer which again more hilarious. But I did love the part when they event they got off the vent and you know the the doctor in King or in a different room talking out right outside his hall right outside the office has like a glass type like frosted glass window and he's like miles need to relax because he stuck in a soon he can't let go let me start singing some songs to relax the song. He's saying the beginning. I Larry. I normally don't like humor like that when I was laughing my ass off. I can't remember the song. We just say you see each finger to come loose you just keep singing and singing, and then the falls out it is a lot of good bits in this whole. ALKA maxine. Why do you think Mike that this the? Humor as opposed to like some of the other like ventures I don't know. Yeah. I. Think because of injuries was so much more serious to me in so much more like this is live action. You have a huge coming the world is going to end I? I. Don't listen world any type thing to do for some reason it just it just worked maybe because I I trying to think it wasn't was not familiar with that I didn't I never seen before I think it just it's. Fit. The movie more from a vendor's going. Oh, he killed he killed thirty people. He's adopted it just this work more for me. Okay. Yeah. I think it's like bill says, everyone it all the jokes fit the characters that say that I'm just like it's not like the Gallagher Guy was just a non secretary like it didn't need to be there. You can take that out in a losing anything but all the jokes here like add to the characters way to we watch guardians a galaxy to. I'm looking forward to seeing that again I remember really liking it but I'm curious if I, like it still we'll see same. Yeah I know you're not a fan but a milk. I I will have to say my favorite bit. There's two favorite bits in there. One is when he can't figure out the password so he just takes a computer. That is. Extremely Clever 'cause that's a great idea. Why am I doing this now I'll just take the whole thing and with me and just a workout. But that right before that that whole flirty when Peter Parker is flirting with the doctor and then he ends up cheap because she's like all he gets in the chair and everything seems normal it's I can't, and he's like you're going to die she's like I can't wait to see what? What everyone it just it's great when he's Strapped in the chair where the octagonal restraints after miles. Laying either and her glasses are out. He says. Again says, oh doctor Levin Octavius Octavius. Yes. Let Me Guess Your Friends Kill you duck actually my friends call me live. It's called me doc then receive it arms and Reveals. Wonderful. Yeah Great. I did not see that coming at all and I. This is a this is probably one of my favorite version of doc now like I, I was like, okay this works. This is funny. This is awesome like this is better than the old man that's F. Refinement who was a very good doc but I was I was hundred percent onboard with this doc ock like. About like when they run in the cafeteria, the guys like normal abnormal in grabs the bag. That Spiderman get all of like a chair turn into a gun. How soon. Bagel. I mean. That's the thing about this movie like you know even if you're not someone into spider man Peter like I know you're not you're not become fan I'm sure you were laughing your ass off to the whole and you don't have like the same connection with dot com like like me or something. Yeah. I was just along for the ride I knew who was just because Spiderman too. But I was like all NY knowledge and so it was surprising to me to see see this side characters suddenly become this big villain it was awesome and then like I even like we. Were saying before he grabs computer and you have a host of just running with the computer we can't Hackett and then they end up jumping in the would you have like the scene where Peter's teaching miles hottest swing to treat all that was enjoyable. The whole time dock trying to kill him that was that was great. I love the tentacles doc look kind of organic almost or something but yeah or maybe he plastic I don't know what word I'm looking for. Cool. So yeah, they're like pneumatic where it's air pressure that seems to be controlling them instead of being mechanical like classic talk. One hundred I'm one hundred percent on board with this doctor can always need a doc I'm. Always a fan of an inning. This may be something else but I, really at the facts, a female representation, right? It's it's not like you said an old man or something it's a it's cool. It's cool to see that and having a female ends a little more agility a little more A. Little. More motion to to the chasing which again other chasing this is our third and again higher stakes higher stakes and yes she's just phenomenal I. Very Funny Again, and her the evil in her is not. It's not like mustache twirling evil. It's kind of has a purpose and a focus shelia science focus. You know. So again, it's not just like I'm just a bad guy in take that and kill the world. It's it's the focus on her work in her science that she wants to see come to fruition some great kind of get the feeling that she's still little unhinged. Yes yes. She's a little. She's a little little wonky but probably when you say, I, can't wait to see you die. Help it is. Yeah. It's like like bill says very science oriented 'cause she's like young man can I have that back? It's proprietary. Like? I'm GonNa Watch you die not because I'm an evil villain who just joys people dying you're a science experiments, your lab tests, you're a a rate. It was it was really good. I mean and then when spider win for shows up like the woods near there are losing like they're about to get their handed to him by doc inspired when ties them up ties her up like saves them like I. I really liked Spider Gwen and as soon as I saw her computer and jolt on Awesome Spider. Her whole reveals is bad ass dippenaar. She's actually a new character she she didn't. She came out in twenty four twenty. Fifteen. And her her little intro here that we're about to get to he says for the past two years he spent spiderwoman. I mean Gwen stacy been around forever but the. To Twenty, four, Kentucky Twenty. But she I showed up in a in the spider event spider for the first fighter verse Comic in Twenty Fourteen, Twenty fifteen at receiver shows up she wasn't supposed to be major character. She became such a fan favourite. They're like, oh, we need to do something with this character. Huge only one of the biggest I mean, and I also love like in her intro which I already knew her intro but I talk about it where in her case she got bit by the spider in her best friend. Peter Parker ends up becoming the Lizard and she ends up trying to save but he ended up dying and that was her loss where like every almost every spiderman had like you know Peter Parker Loses Ben everyone uses somebody and she lost Peter He he's jealous of our superpower. So he tries to replicate them and turns himself into the Lizard Athletic. Interesting. I did not know that and right after you get Wednesday background, you get the kingpins background, which again it gives Qingping a reason for what he's doing. It shows like he has a motive why he's trying to open this world like it isn't just because I'm a villain I need to do evil things. He's trying to bring back his wife and kid who died in a car accident because he was being a villain and he's trying to find them in a different world and bring them back to be with him again like that. That's a powerful moment to like. It makes sense why he's doing what he's doing. You gotta give it a villain of motivation. Not, just make the best little. You have to and and it's an easy. It's an easy one. 'cause you don't have much time because you know in about a few minutes, we're going to be introduced to form or spider people but. Three more spider people but Yeah. You gotTA give a villains motivation and It's IT'S A it's a solid won the classic one but it works because it's classic and It definitely gives it more. I do love how they all go to they. All go to May's house. That Park was there that was funny and she golden need like May and then she's like Peter you would you telling me? You're an alternate universe I wait a second. That's a little too much against their. That was that crack me up to that that? That was funny. Yeah. That's emotional scene to cause may dislikes Peter and Peter Says Peter says his background the he buried aunt May's so it's it's hard and both directions seen each other. In with par it was very, very good and they go and I didn't crack up with the spider said she liked her I got something to show you they go back and he said Yeah I. Got One of these back. Dot. Looks like Oh that's a this a little bit more new and you did see the fighter buggy when you're going down the hill down to the whole thing spider. Fighter buggy stupid thing. But it makes me smile I have one of these is that what is a spider buggy? Just it's just it's it's like his law all's and stuff like that is made by Johnny Storm and Peter Parker well. It's yeah it's great. The reveals good. It's just cool to see. Now, you have some tools at your disposal. I Love Aunt May in this movie. He is so good as kind of like the Alfred to Batman. Who's you know just has the has tools access to the shed, the shadow of death and destruction and awesome costumes. I can't imagine the amount of just geeky that was going on the theater when they sought. Santa Comics saw all those costumes lined up in a semi circle I'm looking at him like I don't know what these are but I'm sure someone does and someone has pause this movie and is just rubbing their face against the screen because I had to be some sort of like service. There's no way it wasn't. I knew three to four I knew Peter Poker I knew Spiderman No. Are I know the girl with the robot? No I'm talking to the costumes that are. Majority of them. Okay See I. Like man that wasn't there. I knew a bunch of them because there is a spiderman game, the infant runner for mobile that I used to apply a lot in those some of those shopping around lockable in that game and had some of them. So some like atomic man but also I know a lot about spider man. So yeah those are all real things in the comic strip including the the. PS. Four costume. That's funny. So yeah. So at this point, we're going down and we we finally get introduced to our our new crew My question was a now that I know this is all comic. The makes more sense to probably inset comic the day are they references to the past like again you are Peter Poker you're adorable anime Manga. Adamy out. No girl but spider are was definitely a thing they did. Better but Peter Partner are vitamin are is in like one game shattered dimensions. He's around off and on except it's perfect Nicholas cage playing the character perfect. What and Peter Parker was joke that's in the Spider Ham won miss a one off issue that came out longtime ago. Now worth a Lotta money because this damn movie I, I've that book for five dollars I didn't buy it and I saw one hundred dollars I'm like fucking a I should have bought. This out on that investment. So now that we're at this point I want now we have is we have you know new miles we have parker be we have spiderwoman and then these three guys and gals. So who's who's your favorite of the six I'll start with Peter definitely spider hand. John Mullane. So I feel like I can I can picture him. Doing this voice over while he was doing it and but he's just a fun fun character and it's He provides even more comic relief within comic relief's I. Feel like I mean, I like them all they all of their interesting parts. But at Spider Ham's definitely I could see I could see myself being a kid and really loving him. So it's he's funny. He again he's just a reference to to you know not porky pig that was. Afterward bowl he's absolutely adorable. Knows it would definitely be spider when in this that was by far my favorite I just love sweater went to. I like like I'm not big on. Comic relief characters usually come off crosses annoying pizza. Comic Relief Comic relief he does have one of the best lines in the movie once we'll we'll get to later but Far. Favorites go probably miles once he comes into his own the whole look in attitude is awesome. Yeah. They all have their different levels of great. I Adore Spiderman Noir. Because a day is a national treasure and bi-zonal national treasure eighty still is. I say that I say was no I. said he's stolen national treasuries still. Know. How you win the show Sir all my. That's it put a pin in that one that was, yes he is a national treasure and I just love stone ward in general I just loved that genre and the way they play off all the cliches of the of of that John at style film, the fast talking the match burning down to his fingers, but it doesn't continue goings yet to feel a little pain I thought all that was so beautifully on point I, it because I love all the different characters. But if I had the pick a standout for me of just joy US joyful, I loved it and Mike the the kind of fill in Penny Parker for his she was one of the ones introducing the spider verse when. In the comics I read some of that but I don't remember her it I think she was just in one of the intros like she had her own standalone off. Is read the main book and I read some of the off stump but not all of it makes sense. So we got our team our team of Super Pals and this also win the end up making miles sad because he doesn't feel like he's he's not uptick his he can't use power like he's not ready. He can't do this onions ends up disappearing and leaving, which makes sense because well, it's great because he's not. There, right and they want to protect them. They're like they probably thinking he's probably going to be these spider person in this universe in. y'All ready to go on, take on colliding kingpin and Scorpion and all the other guys we find out about later on the film. So they have a point and it's really sad because you also feel for him because you like him you wanted to succeed want him to make it to the end, but it's like, yeah, brother you you're not if you can't turn on your ability power right away what you GonNa do. You're not going to be able to do it your Jordan narrowly. Sad. They they show that visually to like we talked about and Captain America said it was going to bring this up when they're looking at the costumes and he looks at the Spiderman wine and it shows the reflection of his face about chest level where he doesn't quite fill out the costume. Yes, Ma'am SPEC. Around. Always does. So great about this everything of background as I said, we've all spent multiple times in this in this episode and like I I love it. When he when he does what would make sense, he goes back to uncle errands apartment because you know some which completely fisa character that he does do and he's in the apartment in the prowler shows up, and this is a powerful seen to when he's sitting there hiding the power looking for him, and then all of a sudden you see the prowler take off his mask and you realize who he is. In your eyes ankle Aaron is if the if the fucking prowler like that data powerful to me to the Peter had that had of that one hit you once you realize. Prowler was was good bro. Good is a relative term. I wondered if it was problem I, wonder if that was established in comics in any way, but it still was a surprise to me as someone who is not into any of this I I was surprised and I gave me heartbreak and I knew that I knew wouldn't end well by the film it was in the scene where they're you know where he's in the apartment and proud trying to find them as too. So tencent, it's lit it's like on purples in its blue and it's dark in it's it gives you real expensive many years and I think it was really well done. Yeah. The prowler being hits hard to the opening like a distorted elephants sound. Like just a quiet room, and then that thing kicks in, it's like holy crap that caught me to it is extremely tense. The stocking is just it reminded me quite a bit of rate isn't a Jurassic Park reference but I know or a came from this time Peter I'm sorry you don't know this raptor seen right where you have somebody who so underpowered against as extremely powerful opponent in the kitchen this again there he's hiding and he's he's hidden and he's yet a stocking. If they find them, he's dead and there's nothing you can do I didn't realize I was mentioned this earlier. I am really here for win spiky things come out of hands or or. Because you see a hand and the hands them for a superhero that's deadly. But when spikes appear out of it Oh, man, we're at next level pain like if there's a bat has spikes come out of it anything that goes. With spikes super. down. For. Data just why just had my? That's my west. Marine. Went or needles going into people's fines in thing for that too. I dig. Well, Hey, listen can I say man of strange tastes? Over these episodes. I do love how you know the ends up any en miles after running out of our apartment he ended up leading them to house where all Spiderman are, which again I like like they didn't follow you to do. No they didn't and someone pops in all followed you. So. Good. It will. Everyone's better since goes off that whole fight in the house was was phenomenal I wanna say this often introduce the Scorpion in this movie. Yeah. I like the Scorpion in this movie he is my by far. I'm okay with most of the villain but that that version whom I don't like he is like a guy with a mutated Scorpion tail in the like Scorpion Theater I, don't like it at all. It bothered me interesting I for me. It was just a big bad you know. Like stupid. I didn't really have much of a connection to them because you really don't you just a a big due to be on again, which is fine. It's it's a comic movie. You need those who is the Frankenstein looking dude that's tombstone to zone. Okay. Kick fans regular hence people. Yeah. I didn't I had no idea I was I was gleaning little bits of it like I know what a Scorpion I've heard of that term and you know that name by didn't know who? Max Headroom. Rooms that tax again. My where's that from? It was like some eighty a TV show. All right come on I can't. I can't let this slide. Again. Computer generated like figure at. That's what I thought when I saw eighty, seven, nine, hundred, Eighty, eight, say Yeah Fictional artificial tells me character known as for his whitten stuttering. Dude. Yeah. That Guy Max headroom let's cool the accident. Is. Very, vertical head. Still like crack anyway. But that that whole fight is just awesome. Okay. Do a great job and giving you an action scene which had you know it has it has a big moment that helps impact miles and really again more character girls where he prowlers chasing after him with the prowler doesn't know that miles has spiderman yet and climbing on top of the roof is about to choke him out and he miles pulls off his mask uncle Aaron it's meat and that is powerful. He stopped he. Starts to loosen his grip I, can't kill my nephew and then you take off his own mass and you know he's realizing I'm about to you know this this is you know miles and then he gets shot in the back by kingpin also powerful they did he just shoot them he knows too because like he's backing up and Scott, his hands in the air, and there's like this real quick. His Eyes Dart to the side where kingpin is like he knows what's coming. Just. Hit justified kingpin. There's no coming back from that Cintra par moment to everything leading up like where he takes the body he runs Peter Parker helps them out. To for he can run away and then he gets to the alley and he's talking to prowler and I can't remember caller says but when he dies in the alley and he's sitting there over his body and a cop shows up and it's his Anisa father? Ankle, Aaron Brother and that that that's also powerful and then he's like I got one PBS Spiderman when he finds any finds his brother dead and it is really good it's shocking it's just absolutely shocking I mean I when I found out Erin was a prowler I gasped audibly Literally copy. So by surprise I did not see it coming and of course, the death scene is just a touching and it's touching because it's earned. Earned it worked hard to make that happen to make that scene work. That's why a lot of the older movies don't work. They don't they just make things happen without setting, setting up the groundwork and building it up. So when that hard seen does happen Italy punches. So a character driven movie this. Action packed but got every character is like has some backstory in some emotional connection someone else and that's why I worked. So well, it's almost like most literally an unstoppable cast like it's like a yeah, it's a great way putting. It's not just a plot driven movie which sounds like it. It's stupid thing. I'm pretty sure I just made up but. It sounds like movies got a movie just for the second movie. Plot happens thor has that thor has to fall from the thing pretend to die so Natalie Portman can have a tier seen wasn't earn like sorry not earned you didn't didn't put in the groundwork putting to attractive people around the fire looking at a piece of paper. Does not equal earned Rome I. Heard you didn't have you're still not have. I was open. You start talking about things not earned my right now the first thing that popped in my brain this is. Thirty Miles from Gaul to American twenty. We miss the perfect opportunity to bring that up. Mike is win. Miles, telling peters like, Hey, you can teach me to swing on the way to alcoholics show some on the bus. Grid moved to bring that up the. Way They didn't travel cross country no money you're begging for Aucoin. Ended, earned. And there's another again after after uncle dies the prowler and you have another powerful he's hit with a ton of policy their mile back to his room and he he wants to he wants to leave with Spiderman wants to help them because someone has to stay behind the closed the collider and whoever does is GonNa die unless it's you know him from this world and they're like, Peter Parker. WHO's already kind of depressed and down on legislated I'll stay behind I decided and he's like you're not ready ties him up, you can't break. Out of this, if you can't do this, you're not ready and they just leave them there. They just leave him tied to the chair and even gig shoot a little fighter thing web crosses mile and his dad shows up knocks on the door. He's like son any DOCU and he can't talk just sitting there listening and it's powerful moment where father doesn't tell him uncle air he just he's like I love you sign I I know we're not close I know but I love you and it just it was really par. Yeah that was. The most powerful seen as he sees a shadow of the door and he's You know he can't speak of course, but you know it just a one sided conversation but still got me right there because it was like I haven't seen a seen at artfully most other movies. It was bad. I would ferry it had me like I bought into this I was in and then even like when the next part were miles, he does break. Out He finally after talking with his dad, he finally able to figure out a activate his electric power and he burns the ropes and he starting to realize how to turn a visible how to use the power he was given, which is all just so great. Yeah and that that's the one little thing I think we might be a chink in the armor with. This. Movie is the concept of the concept of all you need to do is believe in yourself is a well-worn trope which is basically what happens here his de here's his dad tell me loves him his here's his dad just kind of really softened up and like I said earlier, you know all all the kid wants his dad to to to be proud. Of Him that's that's the term looking for before you just want your dad be proud of you and Winnie here's at his dad's album that gives him the confidence to take that forward. It's worn trope. It works here. Because again, you really love all these characters in its setup very well just that that. Again, that concept of all you gotta do is believes well. I can believe all I get my arms and fly by guess what I'm jumping off a building. So you're not in the movie or Hanukkah nor nor was I bit by a radioactive spider. So if you are in a movie, it's a it's a horror film or in currently. So there's no happy endings that kind of seconds it's not just. That self, it's that Jefferson Davis Blades and Aaron tells him as he's dying that miles is the best of them. So it's like he sees all these people than like he has to protect he has to do something to fight back. So he's finally ready to take on the responsibility that comes with the great power right and that's an an all that. Make sense and it works for me. The trope is a little worn. But again, I'm not sitting there throwing popcorn at it. I was staus still super in super. Therefore, it is a beautiful scene as a dad. I can't imagine what he was feeling to be a touch estranged from his son trying to reach out knowing he's there he can see the. Shadow, which is, it's not like he's just not there. You can see there and you're thinking as a data I'm trying to reach out my my son hates me so much. He can't even respond and this disdain that he turns any he walks away defeated is beyond anything I've seen in quite some time to be honest someone else said I don't know. If I've seen something that good as far as emotionally touching as heartbreaking, that's really intent, which is what you're what you're going for. Because again, character like the next the next part where he finally realized that he goes where May and she's like, I've been waiting for you. He goes back to the House and goes into this fighter layer and you see him. Spiderman suits, and then he painted because that's his thing. He spray painted black. He puts a symbol on it. You know which is a spray paint symbol like he's making his own, which is again. You he and I think we wait to see that. Yeah, we did missing earlier but I have to mention at one point when all the Spiderman get together right before they get attack they fixed the collider and they all remake you see smart people doing smart things i. mean it was yesterday. I yeah it was pretty brief me and the other fixing the collider and all. You will not for you know there are plenty smart and she's a she's a Dang Genius I. I. Didn't really it didn't really catch me. I might have been taking notes at that point and just didn't it didn't hit me I'm sure I'll watch it again. Certainly watch us again 'cause it's wonderful. Maybe I'll just bask in the glory of five seconds of smart people. Doing. Smart Things, Peter. In case you know that's what my favorite things in movies. I didn't know that whore. Along with body or With that, Yeah Yeah Gingy Ito. Body or yes. Of A lot in this podcast so. And I I love all that. When they go to info because they, they realize the collider underneath kingpin building and they go to king thing they they infiltrate the building and all that is quick when they first drop into the dining room and everybody's wearing spiderman mass kingpin is doing dinner honor of cider man even though he that killed him like that was good. That was that that that had me and like you know they're wearing. Infiltrate, just wearing the confidence while you normal. We belong here and when when he sees MJ Amtrak, I just wanted to ask him he's like I'm sorry I'm Jay. I'll. I'll be better like I just need some bread. He's like a better. I'm not GonNa let you need bread and even it was stupid I liked it and we'll get you bread. And then she's like we're not getting her break. Let's go. It was. Kind of a weird team until I realized coming from the point of view of someone who's planning on dying here shortly, like this is his one chance to apologize say goodbye. He gives them and. Gives a little different context is still good. and. One the next shots are read. The next shot as a shot of sits shaking read everything pays off. That's Drink every time someone says it I. Seriously, we should start out drinking and actually Mike. You should absolutely at the beginning of this, just put in a low voice over every time. Every time someone says it pays off have a drink. The next guy. Also well it no, it won't let it'll be it'll be Larry's. That's more editing that I wanted was simple, but still not going to. And this is awesome when you have the port, the portal finally activates again, 'cause earlier. Mention. But when the portal was activated, things started change like you saw you saw like building things start to kind of get very weird like which out and things added and you see that again in the portal's activated the world starting to because the whole idea of the story that by activating the Portal is doing get his family back. You're going to have all these worlds combined into one, which will destroy the world itself. He doesn't care because he can't. single-minded. He has a single-minded motivation. He wants his family back and it was. Like the huge actions in every to prepare, move me for all the villain show up and everybody's just fighting and you know you have Scorpion doc I think is dead. I. Don't know who else is there beside I doc and Scorpion I think there's a tombstone maybe I troops. Stupid Villain. Never Alec his fight sing with a new our spiderman though are every time he hits LX shows the old-timey Onomatopoeia has come out. On the third one. It just splashes applesauce the backgrounds like that's awesome. Fantastic. Yeah. No our North Spiderman is great with with Nicholas Cage doing the voice over like. We said earlier in it and even just the whole fights he goes North Spiderman also uses a gun not miss but in the comic yeah, which say don't touch on but I that was cool they paired the right people against each other and the whole feisty. Bat asked and I want to say Peter Parker Appear Parker be is trying to close the collider gets the the guber insight which a flash drive into the into the into the outlet. But he choked by DOC, and that's when miles shows up to save the day, and this is when they fry this when they see miles in the new costume and realize that he learned how to control his powers when you I when I then and you don't even if he's invisible and doctors punching yourself I'm like why she punching yourself I was really confused I'm like what the Hell I didn't right away did not compute. Seconds, and then then I'll okay like it it got me I was on board I was laughing my ass off. Everything with that fight was just bad ass to I can't was very good. Sitting back join those LSD. Visuals that were gone and I'm forced to that wasn't even drinking during this. Would have been more forward. I wasn't I I had to go midway through this movie I had to turn I had to pause the movie and go go drive somewhere then come back and finish the movie so but I should've. I have nothing else to add to that. Honestly the fights are kinetic. They're very, they're very physical So an every. Chance to shine, which is, which is a marvel staple their marbles very good at that. Everyone gets their own screen time they get their own moment but certainly, in this one, my favorite Mama was probably I think it was score score as Scorpion and the little robot girl and she loses her robot friend I was. Sad middle robot friend had little X.'s on his eyes and hearts. It was really adorable again, I do I. I'm not a fan of the tombstone never get a chance to really see him more than thug. Which is fine big old Herman Munster, head just slugging away with North Marva everyone gets a chance and everyone gets a chance to contribute into the battle again, all the LSD. Stuff is just beautiful high high contrast colors and it's a it's a gracie and again massive stakes. Now, we're at our final the of the movie or meteors at me Hi. We're at the height of the movie. I might have used the wrong word The climax. Thank you at the climax of the film at everything is now coming to ahead and everything that we've worked towards is now working and it's fantastic and exciting, and it doesn't go too long but it is important these things I think a lot of especially some marvel movies especially other movies previous just the fights go on too long. You know the film makers think this needs to be a ten minute action scene. It's like, no, we can do it in three and really be effective and really be some. It's great. It's all you need. You don't you're right it doesn't overstay its welcome like it. It has all the different beats miles. Opening. The portal you know you have the spiders leaving one by one the east say something before they jump in, you have kingpin finally shows up and you have you know and you have a mother scene where when Peter believes where he like he does the same thing he does a sweep kick to him grabs him because he's GonNa stay behind help if I he's like you need to go to 'em like you need to go I got this and everything is so damn powerful and then like the fight with kingpin and miles like again that's just so powerful and it's just awesome like as kingpin is kind of a normal guy would like. Some a lot of muscle for some reason, and it's just so good. It grabbed me like I enjoyed that whole fight where they're going back and forth and you know he's run across buildings that are in the air in this portal and everything is all bad finally like the climates of the fight to where he hits them any, he knock them down and you have the COP. Miles Dad who sees them and Spiderman he's like get up fighter man you can do it get up in that and that that part where earlier than we did not mention where he were mild half. What do you think Spiderman after it gets the good. He doesn't like spider man because vitamins digiland he's not good. He's not obeying the law and this part is powerful him because he's east behind the new spider. Yeah. I mean you said you said it perfectly honestly. I said, yes because there is dead silence. So I'm like I got chime in something. It's a really touching scene and it's great and also there's a scene there when kingpin is actually sees his family and Kinda reaches for them lace you you get that moment of softness or he gets turns his face turns right and he is is open a bit Ryan. He kind of just has that moment of their they are. Of course, they're still afraid of him is so good. I it's extremely touching. Same time grabbing twitter Manley him against the subway train certain phasing. Out So. He's doing what he did when they first saw that and scare them away to back although all those years ago for him just so par. Feel form you can't even allowed the good villains they will have. You will have a touch of sympathy for them. You will make them complete monsters yet it's it's kind of like I think I've said this in other episodes of this. Avila needs a positive motivation. They need to think what they're doing is rights even if the results are wrong because if they're just doing things for the sake of being evil than they're just you know mustache twirling billons. Tying. Yeah exactly. Right. They got be complicated or else you can't care and They do this very quickly with good with good tropes family losing your family is extremely hard but it works and it's a quick fix for that kind of motivation. To have that kind of economy between the extremely illness person had this one soft spot super works super great. I I really like it too. I am in me everything the and then like the part of that fight wraps up where he grabs Kingston with the with the with the webbing and. Hit the green button for any throws him into this panel has has a switch. They couldn't hit early on that. That was go way one way to throw a big giant fat guy at like. which just before that, he gets back up kingpin hits he's like, Hey, kingpin do you ever hear the shoulder touch? What's Santa's and his with the venom strike it's. Out. This is not going say. It pays off. We're supposed to. Everything about this, and then when miles and then I want to say right after this where they kind of go their separate like the building and then you see you see miles dad calls miles on a cell phone and early in his movie throughout their office, he did not answer him like he was during the phone calls multiple times any finally answers and he's like I know we're not the best term. Thank you for answering but he's like I got to tell you about your uncle and I knew orange and even that is so powerful in the part where he when miles goes down to his dad any hugs and the cops. Firemen hugging me and like I love you and then I feel like even though he doesn't they don't see. Doesn't say he's miles. I feel like the Dad knows like there's a couple of tries to play it off but I feel like he knew that his son not to this movie. Yeah. Well, the final thing he does is he slaps one of his tags on. Signs and his Dad Kinda gasps and I think at that point he is dad knows his son is spider man. That's what I. AM I. Wrong. Appreciate Ethics epicure at noon. took. From Yeah. Again, everything ties back I. Love you which was a call back to the very beginning of the film when he would refuse to say I love you to his dad in public when he's awkwardly standing on the school. His. Dad On the bullhorn I'm retired and So calls back to that when he says I love you and Yeah, it was good it. Him Go like it and it I mean this movie into such a positive note to it shows you each fighters are doing in their own universe and how they're handling things after this and you even see the one that I want to reference as Peter Parker where he shows of MJ's house holding the flowers and The door open. He smiled he home the flowers and and you find out at the reason why they broke up because she wanted to have kids and he didn't. So he just left her he was ready to fill that room up with bread the bread that she wanted. It's so damn good like everything, and then when you see a mile swinging around town any and listen to me until the end the movie it's been two days became Spiderman this whole movie takes place over three days. Wow. Wow. But I was like, okay. That's I wasn't expecting that but I'm like, all right. I should've known because it shows, but it just didn't click and just so damn like everything with the ending is just spot on to me get another montage. All and one thing we had mentioned that we should bring up actually now that leeann mentioned before according to bill wanted to mention of the music movie soundtrack sensational. It's so good if it's the, it's the environment if it's the character if it's Brooklyn if fits everything, the the adventure themes are wonderful any of course, the final, the final theme as he's doing awesome. spider-man's stuff like we know Spiderman does he's falling with his hands behind his head he swinging around he has the big heroic. Building looking at the landscape all that is so satisfying and wonderful That's all the stuff that even before we had these original spiderman movies that was the stuff we just loved about it spiderman swinging around doing cool spiderman stuff and the fact that this character that we've come to love over the course of the last. Hour and forty minutes is finally able to do. That is Cathartic and Glorious and wonderful and a Yup ending gorgeous. It was great like I love everything and then it also kind on a little bit of a cliffhanger where he's laying in bed listening to his Sony headphones and spiders when talking to him like she says, something like this show, there's connection between the US able to connect to the world. Yes that's right and then we get the zooming foresaw credits and we have an increasing. Hey Hay Hay. For this have it on the notes. If he didn't see no I got up I mean I could I could say got up a theater but I turned off Netflix. Others and her Stinger. Guys what the hell was I watching what does that? Says it says meanwhile Nueva York I knew right away. This is twenty, ninety nine. Neuro talk into his digital assistant talking about how the events the movie how the world didn't explode. He says, well, as the group already she says it's called a Gizmo so yeah whatever she's like what this you should be able to make an the first man whatever man made jump between dimensions and he goes back to where it all started earth sixty seven and it plops down in an episode of the Nineteen Sixty seven spy ran cartoon that everyone wants to maim yeah. Cure the hacker you and there's point at each other than they argue about who is pointing out rude to disappoint. It's definitely worth watching if you haven't seen it, it's hilarious. ETC and WHO's that character the spider legal O'Hara's in twenty, ninety, nine, one of my favorites vitamin by the. Cost him his awesome. Yeah. He's like all black with a red spider. I'd again I didn't know the character I just figured this is another spiderman in another verse and he's now able to swing between them versus which I'm sure is going to play big part in the next. Iteration which is going to be coming out in twenty twenty two if I'm not mistaken. Skill. there. Only. It was like the memes Oh. Yeah. Yeah I got A. I figured it was like early man and I it just clicked with me. That is the mean stop. Okay. Yeah I got Miguel. Vitamin too. So I I, really like Vitamin Twenty Ninety nine for some reason we'll probably because it's good I don't apologize for Lake. Let. Me Does Not. Your love have opinions and taste. It's okay. I've read a bunch of stories. I don't I just like to carry I like I like the design of the characters. Cool awesome. It I know nothing about any of this stuff. So all I know. But Africa scene is hilarious I just want to. Talk Talk I gotTa Watch TV. But that was that was. Pointing at each other. And you obviously. Spider had pointed I that. Spiderman. Laughs things same for go to chauffeur box. Boxing we didn't quite touch on the demise of dock where. During the big site and Peter Be Glenn Miles all score up get ready this GonNa take a while and then she gets hit by a flying semi. Fighting And we also forgot someone gets hit with an envelope at one point two. This is a that's my favorite spider hemline than I mentioned earlier Scorpion says. Swear to use some kind of cartoon. Says you got something cartoons which I think is like a kind of a jab to all these people that aren't going to see this movie because its quote. Unquote stupid cartoon. Like You're missing L.. So yeah. Yeah. I was missing out until last night. So hey, I've amino acids moving for months. Netflix Scott it. I'm like I'm GonNa Watch this I'm going to watch this and Watch it here and it wasn't because I was like listen because it was like you know some Dan, dumb animated cartoon just you know just kind of flew under my radar for wild despite everyone I know this raving about it and the people i. Watching you all TV shows such as smallville and one tree hill cut. Oh man we should do a small. God. I. Folks and just done are we haven't watched since we got that we got the season eight episode one where like North, Malville for now? Three. Hill. So we switched from one high school drama to another high school drama. So I don't know is riverdale up next. Morning once your yellow fight somehow got got got me I mean season a really good now kinda fallen off season three, but it's All Okay I decided just show box. GO I. I. Do not I. I had heard good things about me. I didn't know what to expect idea really like I didn't know a lot about somehow it i. knew it existed but it kind of went on my radar like wasn't. He wasn't something that I should have been grabbed into. This is definitely going on the shelf. I'm so happy we finally. So have we talk about it and I'm going to recommend movies? Everybody's now on. This is probably be best fighter men movie out of all current vitamin movies at this time and I've seen them all this is by far the best. I want you Peter definitely sheltered this. Of. All the superhero movies I've seen, it's definitely in the top five maybe even top three and I thought as non Comic Book Person I really responded to it. I, thought was very inventive very colorful. I thought it was very fresh and I would definitely watch it again and again. Okay well, yeah, I mean the only way this would go into a box as if it was like a gilded box of diamonds that were on the shelf. That's that's about it. I okay. I'm over exaggerating a bit I. This is gorgeous. It's such a treat the the one that kept walking right into my head as I walked away from was joyful. This lot of join this movie a lot of love for the source material. You can tell the directors and filmmakers Adore Spiderman and understand what makes the character phenomenal and makes the character enduring again everyone's said all the fun things, right? It's shop beautiful shot see that that's how good it is. The animation is gorgeous. It's expressive. So your facial animations or just be and really convey how convey emotion individual way the script is is amazing. It's funny without being Corny everything pays. Off The final drink y'all it's I, and it's the final thing for me is just I don't use turnberry off but it's a masterclass in character building like this is how you build characters y'all take take notes, film students because this is what you do and the way these very diverse group of characters into people that you really dig many of which you don't. You don't get a lot of time with especially the final the final team it's it's phenomenal I'm so glad I saw I. Agree it's the Best Barnum Spiderman movie I've seen the only one I haven't seen is homecoming is at the most recent or far. Foam is most recent live action I have not seen that. He will be I will be yes. I'll wait until I I'll wait because I don't really need to. Now I have this if I need a spiderman. Ethics. Won't be that much longer at the rate we're going. We'll get there quicker than. So. This is obviously a shelf added for all the reasons I stated and thank you. Thanks Michael for a recommending it in and forcing me to see it. This is a a treat so. We're talking about doing movies outside the EMC you while I'm just going to throw out all my favorite movies and we'll see what they they pick. So you're at the top of the episode like forever on my this is my favorite movie right now like I watched it three times in the last three days I'll probably watch it again today on like. God or even starred. I'M GONNA loss awards like I didn't say a whole talk about this all dad and say a whole lot during this episode because I mostly went here what you have to say about it especially having never seen it before. It's so damn good like if you haven't seen the new listen to episode first of all, what are you doing? Go Go see it not always spoil the plot because CNN rate he's the plot it's. Still. Worth seeing. You gotta see it in motion everything. So colorful vibrant like it's no surprise of the producers worked on the cloudy of the chance of beating lose before this because they're all super colorful vibrant to. Go see it. Just. Don't saying. Look. All of the. Shelves Yeah Sorry. Go ahead. That's what I expected I I I had the exhortation to all of us would put this on the shelf because. Sodium. Good. Peter for joining US tonight. Welcome because again I wanted to bring you know you're not as big complex fan, but it was perfect bringing on just just amazing movie and we are still taking advantage of. So and for those that you did see here his click relief you're still definitely be Lincoln the show notes for his book so you can check out the. Push and the third book will be coming out in October. So probably not that little bit the little bit after this gets published. By plan and again, I want to thank you for keeping along with us in embassy you. The next movie we're covering, it could be the coverted movie ever iron. Three. which I have not seen in years. So maybe my visual change. I saw in theaters that's a I've never seen it. So this'll be a new new experience. Hey, guys will this be a treat as well? I like this episode turned into the gushing that we thought of vendors was going to be. So I the expected to go the opposite direction next time maybe are. In front of so maybe. Five years maybe we flipped maybe I'll love it and find all these nuggets of wonderful and you guys hate it like like vendors now vendors I was like, yeah I'm superintendent still and you guys were nope I grew up now I don't understand how that happened I. It's I. Think it's very funny and I think he is valid points. We'll be covering ironman three. This was a bonus you got to this month be the Monte listening to this. We're going to to start doing to marvel or two movies a month prime marvel that kind of the rest of them. By the time you listen to this, I've already gotten a bunch of them under the belt. 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"Ooh to this much. Mexicana nervous really doesn't happen a lot so we're not on youtube today. We're starting earlier mike. You know both these things. I've noticed people listening right now though to Much well that's part of this. I suppose because we can just dump it later if it doesn't happen so i spend a lot of time over the weekend on on the On the phone with the people in new york barstool and They want to make sure we do this right. So i'll if you remember. Not dave said when something big happens it would relate to us gambling. Wise he's gonna use us okay To announce it so Well we'll i'd just talk about. I guess because. Because if i now because yeah so Time than this weekend. There's no announcement yet. Probably nothing social media. They're keeping his quiet. Be basically sign my life away. So i wouldn't talk about it before so dave. You can confirm. I never spoke to you right now. If this mike correct justin nope okay. So it'll be up by the time this is up because we have to hold the podcast until one o'clock eastern time. Wow okay one o'clock eastern time yes all announce it now but they'll know by the by the time you're listening now Barstool sports is expanding. Its online gambling and casino world and kirkman hand. Michael geary dave call nina justin trudell will be live at bars to afghanistan. I'm pretty yeah. They getting paid for this. Well no but dave is a matter of fact. Classy was mike said. You wanna make sure you're at the airport. Kabbalah really be said there really is. I thought that was pretty nice stuff. Yeah yeah hey you know. We talked weekend. Afghanistan's on the news like to worry about that. You know he's busy guy. It seems like everything's fine now. So that's good thank you. I appreciate being a part of i mean holy fuck. What a disaster. Jesus christ holy shit. I mean you know. They're probably other places. You might wanna go to hear talk about this or maybe push wanted to go for it. I had two thoughts number. One is is. I've said for years number. Jerry got mad. The all the show when i call george w bush war criminal and they said the in dick. Cheney should be tied together. Dick should be tied together. It some fucking prison. They should be getting fucked in the ass every day. The guy that pains rods. He's accused fellow and gang ellen. The cowboys games is a in dances with michelle. Obama is blood is on e. to me and i say this before and i have a lot of us for trump. He's a four worse. President donald trump but yet because he's cuddly. I get my friend. Renee graham from the globe credit this morning i re- tweeter. She said you know Nor o'donnell who's fuck another disgraceful. Journalists had like an eight minute interview with bush a couple of months ago and she was just finding over his painting and how he michelle. Obama have their favorite candies that they exchanged and how bow mean. Donald trump is and. It's his fucking fault. This could have been done very easily. Twenty years ago In a few weeks michael geary was just ten. Eleven years old right wandering around still had some site. Yes sure A little bit. Yeah wandering around with fourth grade fifth grade. Fifth grade fifth grade when the towers crashed And george bush could have done it very easily could have gotten rid of the taliban. Turn it in the fucking parking lot in pulled out. But he didn't and spent we've been in there for twenty years and what you saw yesterday. was inevitable. I suppose especially of president now and by the way. Obama is is to be blamed for this well for eight years. I believe his vice president joe biden. Donald trump's certainly to be blamed for four years over this as well and now joe biden but these guys looked at joe biden as a fucking puppet as a fool who's giving these heart out dates anniversary date they fucking his win and just dance biden. Like maybe i'm wrong but like is it unusual to anyone else biden. Didn't say a word yesterday Well he'll address it took and a few press secretary's on vacation the vice president nowhere to be found. The secretary of state is getting his. Ask real by jake tapper on cnn over this like they're nowhere to be found like again. I it's easy easiest car to play. I understand that just imagined this happened. When trump was president and trump said nothing. And and what's her name Mac name oh yeah we mcenaney any. Yeah whatever name if she if she was even be looking down his nose today. Nowhere to be steve opposite yesterday on this bino silent. You're watching you guys are watching the news on this. I know make is busy. You know trying to fucking tweet. Every comedian in america. I need tonight. The federal was like oh good at asshole who call the next guy. Mean the guy who hits the guy for our show. I'm sorry i can report that great. It makes me while you fucking sucking off. John mullane he he and jim murray double teaming him other. Jim was there to should've set. Dnc used to in the ball. Yeah so have you seen the scenes at the airport. Fucking people are falling. People are trying to climb on. Us planes day but the guy off. Yes yes. I don't person falling off where they said five dead at the airport which i assume where they just trampled. Like noah. why if you saw one fell off. Yeah i want. I'm sure some people were trampled. Gave me choked on a fucking piece of chicken at the chick-fil-a the food courts. No i suspect you know heart attack coming. I guess you could have that. Maybe some allergies you believe cancer got them right there curb three thousand nine eleven cancer but yeah it was the weekend. We'll get to it today. I'm sure so shows means one of two things. The president of the united states either pussy. Okay i guess. That's possible or my theory is he was having one of his. You know bad spells where he just. They propped him up. It took it really took off. You saw the picture not just took a picture of him. Pretend watching a bunch of video. And i'm like why isn't he speaking about this like saigon. All over again like i don't. This is a massive massive massive story. The fa- taliban is in control. We're fuck guys may go to the show. We're doing a live. Show there for for the casino. You know what's crazy is i would do it really yeah go. It's funny that you wouldn't go to new york head. No afghanistan deaf kenniston. Did you see going around of biden a month and a half ago. Of course it was like if you if there's a clip of you sand lake steve robinson is going to be here. Mike loves fried. He's going to be in every friday. I'll never any follow. Let me be clear about this. This is what. I meet bides. No that's not. Why questions no. No chance. And i will give the left-wing media credit of course blaming trump But they're cnn's mental biden new york. Times have been tough on by by their standard. Eventually which i mean. I guess you have to at this point. I mean this is an unbelievable catastrophic normally like presidency ending fuck up that this. What happens when you elect an eighty year old feeble idiot to be the president. I mean just a moron to the president of the united states and look i tweeted the trumpster more onto i don't want to take more addicts out here. They're both idiots. But the one right now is in the oval office. I believe is suffering from dementia. I do believe that. Yeah and like they don't like where's the vice president yesterday where anybody like. This is crazy to me. Yeah i don't know enough about this might surprise that. I don't know enough about foreign policy to have a great take this but the anniversary shit is where i was like. This seems when was like we'll do it on september eleventh. We'll get out of there and then immediately went. That talk happened. It was like well. The taliban got us coming out for weeks that they've been taking over every place we pulled out. It's like it was a no big in again. I'll give trump. This trump would not have put up with this bullshit. No fucking way. He said to see what he said is calling for biden. it was. I forget the word used to describe a trip. Typical trump and trump was near post. I had a good op. Ed on and they talk to. Trump trump told these for trump's very good relations with taliban pal. Whenever they like. I've just told me he's like i would destroy you if you hurt one. Americans in american citizens People are gonna die over there like today and tomorrow it's going to happen and biden's going to sit there and do what in in this this idiot. Press secretary's on vacation. You know while bob. This is happening. While the taliban taking over just filming fucking tick tock videos with that person a fucking oval office or whatever like fucking crazy crate and you know i don't get i tend to stay away from this stuff. Generally but this is so crazy at this point. I felt like we had to talk about. I mean this is one of the crazy stories of all time where the fuck is joe whereas sleepy joe where is he gets crazy. That was the one like good leadership. quality trump had. His main problem was opening his mouth too much. The one thing he did like When you talk about Kim jong called him rocket man. Yes just fucking watch what we do. If you try something i can fucking you kinda like that in a way and this is what again in my opinion is what happens when you elect a hard core liberal like this stuff happened so we'll choose. Who does just everything twitter tells them to do. Yeah hire women no Do what do you guys want to do so see. I hope i'm wrong. I do open wrong but this is gonna be. This is bad. This is not good for jerry's tweet about. When he sold his house. He left a shovel. Not entire air. Force is tweet yesterday. What did he say he says when we sold our last house. I left a couple of shovels. The new owner and i thought i was being overly generous weaving afghanistan. Absolutely the right thing to do leaving. The taliban instant air force is insane inexplicable and worse than anything trump has ever done comparing it to leaving shovel at his home. You say yeah sang these right. I mean now the taliban much. Us fucking weapons by plane so we paid for you. You pay on mike but tax payers paid. It's fucking crazy. Crazy is texas on patriot. I need a real political. Take on this justin trudeau. Go ahead fuck man. Justin did maybe let this mind shopping material on us and he goes he goes other. Imagery really makes me think of january six. Ben you heard some of the soccer stuff. i've not. Oh you've not. I think he participated. Guess my my dates have been set on my firm yet. I mean there's not a lot of time not blaming you. But i'm saying i'm wide open where we're where we have on this point. Let's get to the second most important story in the world soko. Yeah my two are in the editing process currently your to. hey justin I have the two that. I currently editing and then i need to film something with dave in mike later this week. Okay so we have five pieces of original content at the show all bits. Wow crazy time to talk. I hope not well. Then i just heard too. So you have one that you're filming. I do not. Oh what was the other one. Then what are you talking about. It was to for him to for me right. Well i have just said foods. I thought one of your two included mike. Okay shut up day. Lucky talking about you a live show. They've no never like on your your radio. Show paid for tickets to be there for. You must have remotes and stuff. Yeah i've done remotes but not yet with the morning show shot. I don't think we've even done like a bar. I think we're always like like. We did the inauguration media center stuff. But i don't think we did like what fans near us morning show with. Vpn kim in dc. Yes they fucking paid for you guys to go there. Oh sure there's also was there wasn't working. You went down. There still remember him. Taking the picture with sean spicer so short. Oh isn't that you there for that too. Now we wait. For trump's inauguration the patriots went to the white house is killed himself right. Of course which see you know ryan murphy. The american horror story guys doing one about hernandez now. It's my great here. we go. somebody's gonna play. You play me. Yeah wow that's interesting you know. Yeah it's gonna be you know jerry. Dj qualls me and jerry. Doing michele mcphee the whenever that whole congress. That would be great. That'd be awesome. There have been three on aaron hernandez far east but memories. But this it'd be like a series harrelson. Jerry prepa great performance that would be awesome talking to the I guess he was tight end. More than one way you know they misrepresentative harrelson really pulls it off really say birthday. Oh god but yet omega. The somehow historically has become a sympathetic figure because he preferred penis to be china. Yeah like it doesn't matter to kill anybody and he killed like twenty people. It's kind of the same with afghanistan. it's like well. They mistreat women and so we we should just make decisions based on that now. I thought the taliban is gonna run a tight ship. I think you're gonna be fucking around. How long if i go with you. Guys for this Gambling app. I don't know how long i make. I suggest you might. You look like you may be from there. Though that's true. Keep here you might. They might they might doctrine h you. I don't know how many So word i'm looking for. I don't know how handy capable there. That's good that's good point that's true. It's exciting for album. Her family though right. I suspect go back home. You well as. I said you must be loving this. You guys got another one on us. I saw some somebody somebody that twitter translates although it. What else is also funded by the way. The taliban official spokesman has a verified twitter account. That's active yeah. Donald trump is going to say we brought that up. i love that you have to hear from trump. now like when he said biden should resign disgraced. Like it's one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. Let's go to the papers through and get a clipping of what trump said. Yeah i can read this year post again that i forget. The woman is very good story but she talked to trump cool. That's right trump's alive. He's still speaking. You'll see anywhere but he's you think he's a bunker somewhere. I thought by now trump with office now for almost nine months. I thought trump by now we have some sort of presence in television or something. Yeah he has failed at that that from trump's desk or whatever it was yeah. What's the getter horrible name was this i think. Gatt or what was the one that got shut down though like the parlor par parlor. And there's also frank all right yes. Mike lindell's it's good. It's good it's good pillow. So yeah i mean i just. I was captivated by this over the last twenty four hours i was you know this way. I didn't even. I watch some but not all of the gulf. That's how into that was really the right play i. It was all i saw on twitter. And i was watching a shutter island i was like. Am i gonna get in trouble tweet. Cleaning scorsese movie. Six hundred million dollars worldwide is Did it really yeah under appreciated. It wasn't her king comments. Communism bomb got destroyed critically. I didn't know that. Because i love comedy so i know i haven't thought of it as a comedy. Yeah chris. i don't love shutter island because you probably read the book. I did read the so everyone that said they hated it. Read the book. So i'm assuming the book was very good in the mood is something to be gained. Careers literacy pays off. Know what i liked about the book reading. That's true jim instead that my favorite to capture performance either now love mark. Ruffalo i was. I was humbled by the way after that twitter. Why is it many humbling experience in my career. But i tweeted out the shutter island thing and quantum leap. Chris responded and he said king comedy third share battle. Here no battle kayode. I reached out and said hey if you ever do either. I love both those movies. No quantum week. I'll be having to be on and he goes May be able to see in the next few months. Oh sorry to body sad mike albatross my house. Just kinda circle around doing anything today. Go on here. I didn't know kid comedy. Few months i am. I was rupert pumpkin. What does he was that night. Show from eighty two. You're trying to try to get you in met. I can't give you six weeks. I told them. I told kron i'll be willing to go on. That was on that week when he did not make that same jomie to on like right away. Geez i was like. don't they do like two episodes. A week responded three. I just gave the thumbs up. Jeez yeah they never comedy evidently well. He said the only very strict rules. He's you know it only made a few bucks so the only way we can do it as we have a guest on okay. I'd be happening. Yes scorsese where was. I was listening to interview with him. The other day on some podcast or something older one and he was talking about how he was getting ready to go out and like new year's eve or something that year and was put on the tv members putting on a tie in the guy they were doing like the on tv. Like the six o'clock news. Whatever the worst of the year the biggest the biggest bomb of the year the can't comedy and he's just staring at me so he just took his took tie off just was all fucked up at that time too. I said leo's most underrated movie through. Scorsese there's a maybe leo's most under what's it's not disgust like it's never movie. There was a massive hit. Yeah it's kind of a horror movie though. So it's those don't really win. Guess he just want scorsese. That was the other thing like four years before for the department. Yeah yeah that's what. I mean so That's a good question. I don't know about to capri most underrated other than that Someone said the aviator which is a good one. That doesn't get talked about really. He's very good in that you have that might be his best performance. But that's like a huge nami. That was a huge hit right. It wasn't the problem with decapa was always movies. Get a lot of attention journalist. I think right. But i'm saying there's no there's no like little small performance you're like. Oh yeah. I forgot he was in this eating gilbert grip very good in that but that was you know. He's not made for that. That was twenty years ago. I think yeah you should three hundred million for shutter island the way in america or worldwide. We're what three hundred million. I didn't realize that. Jesus the a three hundred million anyway. Milton's store for men summer sale is going on presently boy. It's just it's great to be back in the studio. You're happy to be happier dave. I'm happier very your. You didn't enjoy lasts. I didn't enjoy no no. He misses you when you go. That's true i did. What was your. I thought it went. Okay now i thought well one like shit on friday so that wasn't fantastic. You always seemed happy as a clam to be to be well. Never mba abs. You know it's either that or take the week off. I got it was out there right. We did it. We did the show right now. I recall that facts. You can't dispute as facts true. Can't sue them for slant. It's out there just floating out there now like a in the ether true vineyard vines time bahama underarm north face. Go go the milton's dot com before. All the best deals are gone or visit one of their stores today. Their stores david located where we got social plaza and we have chestnut hill. That's correct braintree. Social applause and chestnut of courses deep said chestnuts square all mine dot com. Buy one get one free suit. Event is going on presently as we speak Why such suits. From calvin klein ralph lauren all on sale right now. Get moving the milton's dot com or going. The great stores and social plus braintree or chestnut hill square chestnut hill or online. Milton's dot com quickly. So why would why. We're not on youtube today. I have decided. I've made the executive decision as usual. I've counseled much council with dave and justin. Before i discussed it. i was on. I saw the back and forth. They're well trained I think we're going to you going forward right now once a week once a week or do you think of that. Dave make it a little more of an event. That's me live once a week or live once a week. Okay and the other is just go later on youtube not all. Oh that's why i was asking. Yeah but i don't think no. I don't believe nithe all right now. I'll tell you why you're blaming for those who do. Who do you think of in the same chips. Nunca blamed chefs was about. Oh i assume that's why you weren't going on. No i don't care what we talk about that okay chaps wants biden to resign as well by the way he really yes. Brothers in arms always lockstep both. Serve gonna blame dave. I would think right. No blame them in the fans. Oh yeah you know why. Because when i heard about calling got hired wherever the hell hired him was all the way. See all the fans are gonna be doing songs and content and all this and it. Nothing all calling worked hard. He set up this confusing website with click on things but he worked hard on. It's nothing could visiting confuses me we click on things. A guy worked hard to put a lot of time on the fans who love dave. I loved they've done nothing for having supported no days back on this one. I appreciate that. It's fine so get get get step in minna fans. Get your fucking assing gear. Because i'm not seeing anything here. I'm you know everyone wants to reach out and let you guys know like i always say you know you guys are. The third part of the show is me. It is colony. Is you guys It is justin. This the guy downstairs. It's chaps mike but you know law you know give us a live. Shows are long. You're going to retire. You know what today. I don't think i'm retired for a year or two right now so today. It'll change prior wednesday. I'm sure barstool lives here in a guy under contract for three years saying i don't think when to retire next year. They care about your fucking deals. They're making trust me. It'd be a good play by play. Yeah let's do well. I would come out of retirement for that. But what's common come on. Let's get moving. Let's be collaborative getting a fucking game. Jesus christ buster mott traveling around the world crawling around fucking woods at iowa sitting here and you know it's your job as well you know a better. Get some fucking interaction pronto. Getting buck and forty minutes shows. I mean i don't know how to do this for three days a week. you know. we're probably shows already been how long dave we're already thirty minutes. Forty five minutes wrapping up fifty minutes. Probably so far right yeah. That's what i'm saying. What do you think dave. I like it because they do seem to bitch when the show isn't on youtube so they obviously like it. So maybe this inspires them to start acting be collaborative just in general just in general this go. What's i mean. Where the fuck have you guys been sitting there with your mouth open. Let's fucking go. Now get a look at your disgusting fucking faces. Saturday me sick to my stomach. That's no way to inspire part. The job i suppose we announced the show but i mean jesus christ almighty any level of fun on saturday so you don't want this even on demand on youtube. Yeah all right. Got me mike. We just said that. Like eight minutes. No i know. I'm just because it's is kind of like a podcast directory now. I love the cocaine summaries. What are you talking about what it's it's kind of the fact that you're taking away live is what you're taking away from people right so you like they can't interact if we put it on later too bad too sad time of time for that catch to say like okay. Yeah we survived for two years youtube. I think we'll be okay so you know very personally watch it on youtube thousands. Don't listen to him on on originally so this is the old fashioned way we do a little bit like you know. The whole family would be huddling around the fire this afternoon. Listening to the kirk and just like it used to be. I suspect what else is going on. Well you brought up chaps kind of briefly do we wanna touch on it because we didn't do anything about it. I mean we did talk about last week. I'll have a lot to say about it really did they. Didn't you said you wanted to think of wanted. Ponder it is you know. It's it's fine like i. Don't you know i respect that. He's trying his best to be a good father for his child. I personally that age would not bring my child into that story like that myself. He chose to. that's fine. I mean. I bring my kin on to talk about wrestling. I think that's probably different. But you know it's i don't i don't feel i wouldn't. I just wouldn't do it and it's got nothing to do as i've said i support. Wherever the decision they make. It just feels to me. And i think the the child is eight years old. Maybe nine nine harry's age okay feels young to me to me but you know he. He obviously feels different. When you're talking about the the desire to publicize it. What about the execution like. He talked about point a to where they came to the decision to mind. That i mean you know the kid i work again. We i think mike was here. We had the mom right adrian. I think yes sitting right here. Two years ago i guess right yeah. Yeah yeah. I guess it would have been well. I always think of that. So i think of her. Whenever i think is issue because she kind of taught me a lot about is there would deal with that sort of thing but the differences and hopefully some can educate me on this. Because i know but isn't non binary more of just a language issue. I i think it like so. That's why i think it's almost like co-opting the plate of transgender people where there's really like transgender is really feeling like you're in the wrong body and you feel like the best way to get rid of that feeling is surgery or hormones or whatever whatever the solution is whereas nine areas like you said the wrong word. I just talked to mike welt. Isn't non binary where you know. You're still look look it up. Just look it up. I mean because. I don't want to wade into something. I'm not convinced though exactly because to me. It sounds like if i said you know kirk has a few nights desks in here. And you're like there's only one desk and i was like well. I polarized desk. That's just what i do right. That's what it seems like to me. But maybe i'm well. Yeah but so. Mayan is and. It's moving fast. Like i recognize that that it's more. If non binary gender identity is just one term used to describe individuals who may experience a gender identity. That is neither exclusive woman or man corrector though yes it's fluid right and that's and that's not that big of a deal like not that big deal with i mean is i'm not like i said i'm fine with it nitpicking. Well not shop if if the if if they're more comfortable with that that's great. I just don't know. I don't know it feels awfully young to me. But it's not my kid but it just feels really young to me. And it's some i i see chaps re tweeting everyone. That says he's a great dad doing these things. I'm kinda like I don't know you know feels self in grand. Maybe that's why did it. No but but no. But i was kind of like well you want. I don't know. I just. I would just leave. I'd i'd wait a few years me personally. But he chose not to chaps chose not to whatever and he would know. Because i was about to say something more on my well. I wouldn't know but he would know better but my first thought is that like a public thing where like the kids at school. Know that they don't care wh-. I have no idea what kids today. Don't i mean like. I could tell you with kate and her friends like they don't they. Don't care yes. He does what i wasn't sure of. It's which is great in your proper age right like this kids nine. What bathroom to go to. Because he doesn't identify he he or she right. They think they know they don't know what to do if they do though. Because it's the world is different now. It is like harry's age and you know there are kids in this class. Who used those pronouns. D- doesn't give a shit like you said okay. Great they don't that's good maybe chaps point as well it's not that stigmatize like it's not that big deal doing and they changed their mind two years now so which is good. Be right about that if it's handled like a hey just like i'd rather not i'd rather you call me or whatever that i have no problem. Yeah i hate is the like sneering look like don't you know how dare yes. Yeah it's like. Well how the fuck would i know that and that impacts progress. I think when when they do that. And maybe not. I have no idea i mean i hate chaps. That's also part of it. I mean i'll be fair the guy so you know but yeah i don't. I mean i wasn't afraid of talking about that that's fine. I know. I know. I wasn't saying that i was saying if i said something like i just did. We like we do that that you know now. I think it's i think it's all again. I think it's all part of the conversation. The problem is you have. And i've said this like abigail. Schreier writes a book that was very controversial. I people didn't like it and they just wiped the book off the planet. You know guy like murchison to me. The the transgender extreme community is very dangerous. Like they are out to ruin. People's lives like people like murchison so like this conversation which i think is valuable and pretty open minded and just trying to a couple of fucking guys who are from different generation from two generations. Removed your one generation removed from it. We're just trying to figure it out and keep up and get information. They're like no. This is hate speech. It's inouye hate speech. Like i support the kid thousand percents. This is a part of the conversation. But let me know what's going on. So i can fuck and figure it out. We're doing the best i can. And the weird part of that movement is instead of saying. Oh that's two guys that don't understand it so let's educate them. They'll find a clip. That can be short where it sounds like a being a piece of shit beat up or whatever and be like look at these fucking when we also wanna help right like i think back to my when i was growing up like i hear this so often now that i think back to when i grew up like i knew a girl who was a tomboy her until she was a junior in high school. She'd never wore address. Was she emotionally impacted by all these things and i don't mean to diminish any of this this when this comes up i think about situations like that and he goes up the stairs lake and thinks about it. I wonder if cowboys an offensive term. Now probably did she wear shorts one. She's a she never. Did you know what i mean. I was silent his wife shaking her dave. Everybody knew now. I know what you mean. But yeah i do not as often. Your harry asked a million questions on everything he sees on. Tv that you have no. You don't even know about the so. Somebody sent a clip even this morning about it. It was like a it was like a psa about non binary. That was on nickelodeon. If i had a nine year old kid. I would assume they'd look at me and say oh that's interesting and have a ton of different questions about it. It seems like chaps kind of had a similar thing where his child sauce. Something in a movie asked him about it and then he went through this process to almost answer the question for him versus it developing naturally either then and i do think sometimes i wonder about the political motivation of all. That's i i don't know but yeah. Yeah it's it's moving fucking three million miles an hour and i think the next two generations away. It'll be just be not a big deal. Maybe no one left frigate. I mean they're talking. Now i think you know about not signing pronouns. A birth the kids now yeah. It's so strange halley every. Maybe that's not crazy. How you though every sitcom from the eighties on as an episode where it's like. Oh the kid asked about where babies come from. I gonna handle and now we're like let's talk about what gender you are and let's talk. It's like that's a weird thing to talk about with kids like if they come to if they say. Hey my boy today or whatever. That's fine then. You can have that conversation but kind of force it down. Their throats seems very weird to me. And i just think the publicize it that ages is bold. I wouldn't do. It doesn't mean that doesn't mean and i'm right doesn't mean that he's wrong. It's just. I wouldn't have done it but he didn't. Whatever and you know. Got a lot of twitter applause. And that's great. I hope it. I hope it works out for For the child. So we'll see. I mean i'm sure you know i'm not sure chaps. Good parenting not a good. You know. I hate him. But he's probably parent. I mean he's an asshole. Let's let's be very clear about that. what else going on did you listen to that audio. Essentially this morning. I wanted to. I wanted to react to it okay. We should probably read some of the globe story. Is this new. What do we have here in my glass. You do have a new one in there. Yes we put on my spec tackler glasses not bad see here code academy yes okay or read this okay good. 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Who claim that kirkman shows fan base consists of mass holes with twenty twitter accounts. Each please explain why was stopped so many times wearing my shirt hiking upstate. New york by random. People say things like kirkman has awesome. Why are you angry at that. Why angry. I think you gave him that. Natto fucker fighting with well. He gets a lot of people say no. It's twenty accounts. I got when i was in iowa. My shirts everyday people came up to me. Oh absolutely endlessly. Enjoy thinking of you with a Arguing with a librarian. Where's the paper from february of ninety six at seeing it here. I can live in those little towns. God i live in those little towns. Awesome like when you. When i'm gone one day you'll be like where is he. I would look to find a small town the mid west. I will be there bisbee arizona. No question did you go to the grocery store. I did not go to the grocery store all no way out of the way but at some point we'll a conversation we say record record jefford rijkaard. I've heard record you could pronounce. It was like a chip. Jeff rickard a great day shave that it didn't sound like have you ever told anyone ever great day Not in serious like if somebody says to me. Whatever if i get a hutch advocate out saying that you have a good day. Have a good one. I say usually really your trademark. Pretty cool casual how she wrap up here. You should wrap dot com slash. Mike by the way. Get moving there right now. Patriots dot com slash. Mice have a good one. I said take it easy folks. Why would you have more money. Do say keep making money. Where if they're not they may. They didn't listen me. Okay okay. what's on this week by the way couple live stream. You terrible comedy reviews today or no. How do you know. There's never been a terrible review. No we talked about that. I don't know if you saw yanni park the north korean defector. Yes i was on rogan. Thought it was a very good episodes. A good idea. Yeah i thought it was great but people are saying she might be really so. We talked about that a little bit. I don't think she is. But there's some evidence that suggests we talked about that. We'll do a memorial for the great fez wildly. I know you don't care. But i'm not ready yet not ready to bad. We're gonna force. You will always be like if howard stern made go ahead. What steel mill might make a mockery of like reflective. Mike in the moment hits them it. Is i assume you know nothing about them right. Most people don't know once he died. I looked at i. I listen something kind of messed around on youtube and stuff. I have to say like oh god. I thought it was fascinating. Like he's a crazy story. He was a part of that show and then just became a genuinely mentally ill guy. He had a million heart attacks throughout the so he was only fifty seven. I thought he was older than that. I assume just hard complications of something. When is this. okay I also have to say like we you the guy that was suggesting that mike adam show centered on twitter. I sent it to you know you the one who suggests that. Oh no no no. I didn't know it existed until two days ago it was fine. The only problem was like one of those guys. Sounds like a super radio guy. He kept saying. I know kind of gotten away like i feel bad because i'm kind of like this guy like we should have done it because it is spectacularly bad. I think that amazingly bad. But that guy. Karl that does it. That was really like ripping on him. I think he's hilarious. Yeah and i'm worried now. I tried to get him on my podcast and in respond but he followed me. So i feel you may see an episode of the blind. Mike project is would be great in a way. I hope they do. Are you saying that they'd done. Chosen them become fans like friends with us right right so the old mike yams from my old station this show does goes through bad podcast and i can't tell you how bad mikey's pockets this fucking brutal. I didn't know that. But that's the way mike. You always was lazy half ass easy joke just like blazey lazily. If you've got this far in but did you see the mutt quote. They held yeah so he starts ripping on mike adams rate and that carl goes a list. He pretty much the same guy. He's talking about. Mike use a harley person like he got out. I'll say he got time really nice to me. The one time. I met him he was always. Okay with me the fucking prick but anyway so jeff rickard is now the program we know i believe. Starts today chad. Finn sat down kneel down for a for name that's just like there's any doubt that the globe in in your bed together it's like i mean this is right so just ask them some questions and he's like you know. Tell me a little. Bit here. your radio background down there though. Yes a legacy man susan whereas here it is in your opinion. Is it wise to talk politics. And to a less contentious degree pop culture. Not just say. Should you bring kirk and callahan. Like why tiptoe around k. You portion most of the discourse be purely sports sports centric. I'm here's our answer from jeff. I'll just like these guys are created like Who's the sh the ball shithead Radio guy can jason barrett like this immediate. Who who sat there and all he did was blow jerry night whenever the two or three times he met with them but now was like are like a kingmaker. I'm not sure why this is. A total zero call need friends with them. I never met him before being dealt with them. Right you've interacted with them. No i mean just zero. But like i think he is in charge of hiring. These people know you could. And i think he has good moves. I think he has a like a warehouse or factory. Ridge builds these people and they say these things they are is so weird that they're all cut from the and it's true of a play by play guys to so many areas of broadcast. The word is scary. Sheila this well. I this is jesse. Answer well first of all sports is your bread and butter. Your sports radio station. Now keep mine. I've had people point their fingers at me and say stuff like this you. Jason wolves angry kevin graham at the beginning with kevin. Graham will be like in after show mickey. Did you really have to read that. Many letters to galore categories. The red sox won four games in a row mentality. Because they're saying like hey ten minutes onto this fine but fifteen is they're really saying is no minutes is friend be cool we have guy get a man. We all like a jerk off. No one likes porn as much as me. Always come in and be like well. You did fourteen last week. Did you need you that much on this. That say whether dale do he did six. What do you think. Kevin again was a good guy. But i'm just saying. I'm sure everyone says this guy's a nice guy by the way it seems like a good guy. Yeah no shortage of jerking off according to these boys all fool east foreign dale arnold or no jokes. Suspect i might you know. I don't actually call him dave. What's still mondays. Dale i ask what the e stands for to jump in. What is this. what's the name. Stay out of this building phone. If i'm just trying to get us number here. Was that voice. Was that trying to get more people's numbers disappear if they block you. Forget it but we're moving disappeared gone anyway. I don't wanna calling well first of all sports bread butter sports radio station your marketing yourself as a sports radio station so that people wanna come today for example to hear what andy gresh disabled cam newton mack jones last night. You know the first preseason game is what people be talking about. You have to give him that. I okay i'm not gonna editorialize you also think but you also think those are my buddies. My family would be talking about today. I'm a big fan of politics and sports radio because i think it's divisive now the good good thank god. I think it's okay to make your passions in your personal opinions known. But i don't think you need to linger on it. I only get sports. Radio needs to be the place relitigate. Today's political passions. It's their you acknowledge it. You could talk about pop. Culture free britney. That's good for a second or two. Does it say that but move on. Let's talk about the things a sports fan boston's really interested. Jesus drink. I like the idea of someone. Might camacho's gimme that preseason game early on nope they dangled over your head. Come out please. Nobody talks preseason games now. Nobody i will. If there's an actual quarterback sure i guess i mean people discussing the game. No we're of the game on nobody. Does that this guy friends and valid and then chattan writes a couple of years back The station took the towards the shows. More antagonism each other the sort of soap opera way with the morning show driving that in the rating. I'm jerry's twin. Brother larry callahan. It's so weird. They'll say weird right there. Forget that show on why. Ironically now i can remember it april two thousand eighteen ahead in asia cup. Who are you. Am i so opera carrying your baby mike. I'm not really much much sister. Jesus christ because i fucked jason wolfe. That sounds approaching inauguration revisiting fair to say well. I mean dislike head football coach. He loves these football references. Cbs also by the way. This is not head football coach reference. I mean it is kind of but it applies to every job true. But that was before i was here and i don't know exactly what's going on behind the scenes but he's not informed enough to have a true opinion on that. I just know we wanna do here. Driving forward driving a car. There's a point where you get in the car. You know what to do with that car. I would imagine it's like this. I don't fly airplanes but as friends and family you out of matches the same thing. I don't think they get nervous when they come up in the air anymore because they know what to do. They know how to handle that airplane. I guess that's kind of how i feel now. So he's going to. I was he knows what to do. What is he talking about. As the great vince lombardi once said i wasn't here when that happened by grain in the words of paul bear bryant. I don't know i would bill belichick. I went back and kind of the chad finn arsenal over the weekend. He had no problem mentioning your name. What's call it seven years ago. Whatever till i take over to to go on with jerry and dino vouching forget it's always the guy like and then once you hear them. Everybody hates them. Unless you suck like rich no one ever sitting bad boy. Rich keefe bill. Good rich keefe. He doesn't nothing. Richard probably tell him just here to fucking collected check every to weaken two weeks. He likes sports. And that's life you know he's eight cont but that's a champion now. There's a certain element of the w why that is a racist and transphobic tap. Dance around here to bring that back in. The ratings are strong. I mean this guy z. How eighteen months or less. He'll go the wherever like christine. Who does play by play job. I'm sure i don't know because ronald their free years true but it was only a couple of years. Yeah that's true. I'll give them two and a half years and there's no the difference. Now i think is there's nowhere else to go and radio so if they don't fire you he's not gonna leave for seattle or something you know true babbitt. She's been eight places though. Yeah maybe that's that's the sound you sent me this morning him saying goodbye for his last show last. Oh actually him. I think he was leaving was the sound i found. This is like this is like me leaving or francesa fair. We're going to leaving me. That big live showing with serious. Well he didn't wanna make it. Like jeff jeff. Rickard say rico. I'm here let me a drop again. Good night whatever. And i'm jeff rickard have a great day. Thank you jeff. Show my alarm. They wake up in the morning. The begrudge like the idea of a record have a great day. So thank you the order. No suggestion or else. He'd better have a great fucking day. So jeff is wrapping up in indianapolis as announcing that he's out of there and somebody else will be new so i didn't want to make this week all about like big swan song or anything so i thought we do it at the beginning of the show today and then get on with the show and move on so good strategy for for getting up early every single morning coming in here and give me your best every morning and i appreciate that so thanks hold on. That's what i said steve when i was like. Hey don't make the next three months me. I know you're gonna want thanking the people he works with. I think it's a mix of Also the audience for coming in with him. I think they all go in the studio and listen to him. Do the shelley wake up up. They job or anything the kids they just wake up. Wake up at six. Am here this guy. Sorry jeff much-appreciated congratulations. Yes that is a huge e is a huge deal. They're the red sox they're red sox radio network. The flagship of the red sox radio network they do not. This is the biggest boring boston. This is really interesting now. The hob which has really been rolling over there and they need somebody to kind of catch up with them again although they're doing fine just on their own they're doing fine job is shift saying he's the catch up chapter cock swinging go. Hey they need someone that might You know that really inspires confidence. And i'm jeff rickard have a great day. No i think he. He is alluding to the fact that he's the guy to help them. Catch no quite here this doing with great fervor go ahead chicken it right now and the other station has the bruins the patriots and the celtics But ironically we don't have the patriots at ee. I but we do. Have the bill belichick show on monday. And the cam newton or soon to be probably mac. joan show. That quarterback goes love that they may beat me about the head and neck and send me back soon. I don't know it's interesting. And and It's going to be a lotta fun and it's going to be certainly big challenge. I've had in my life. But been doing this for a long time. And and i'm not going to do any on air shifts which i know this is an you know this show. I didn't start this job. Doing on air stuff. They they had come to me About a year and a half ago and they said hello needs. We need a morning show. Do you think you would mind doing double duty a little bit to be more boring shit. I didn't want this life. They dragged me into kicking and screaming. I mean jesus christ jeff. Let's go. I like that. Even he's confused. He's like i don't know i ninety five doesn't have the pins. I never got it either. But yeah i like the idea that they think the reason ninety five is rolling because they play fucking celtics games at night. The bruins games. It's like they're the the shows are being the other shows five to one. But it's because of Concentric maxwell yeah shangri these games. Jesus all right what else going on. let's see. You don't want do the general today right. Yeah i mean there's nothing left. It's six days old this bizarre but it's also like i waited took a fluff piece written by fluff writer. It's not that it's it's only because boss magazine wrote a piece about me that's all. It was funny. It's unbelievable but yeah it was a high schooler. Like like a nerd high schooler. That could get away with impressing middle schoolers. Felt like wow you curse strange. Yeah again like nothing gets jen. Who's always been nice to me. But i don't get why this is you know. Let me see here. So jen you know is a owns a restaurant in north end The other thing that story does is it. Makes herro radio to be like f. a. n. In one thousand nine hundred sixers built matt friends. Who worked at radio meter right. Yeah yep they. Times were literally. Nobody was listening to it. Nobody i think christian cloud did something to nobody. They weren't having a tough time getting paid and chilly. A people respectfully to tom shattuck. It was his creation. Why never listeners. I can tell you. I talked to option story right I think you do so. I just started with john and jerry. Well i was like four or five months in in harrow. Radio about to kick off. And i didn't really know shattuck at all. He's liking answer phones. Entercom or something right Us producer for michael graham lucas. Yeah it shocked by the way message. Asked me thanking me for going on and sending me asking me if i want merchandise barrel whether they burn barrels. Yeah he's like. I'll send you some fucking leave me alone. He's been a nice kinda. Want your merchandise. I love my book bomb. You give me some freebies if your guy won the freebie i'll take. I'll take all the clothes. I can good and they were like. Oh you know He reach out to me. That was under contract really and they said boston herald. Radio started which i thought was actually a pretty good idea at the time you know kind of live. Interactive reacted to news. Doing stuff having shows on during the day ripping off the big show and filtered correct correct and good. He's like do you have any interest he would. You might have to write a little bit but you'd would give you any show you want and even back then. This was like thirteen. I recognize it. Things were starting to change. You know right a great. So only the herald billings view the full new studio in south boston which is true. It was the studio look awesome. I met with the publisher of the paper. Joe chaaka and we're doing everything shattuck. And i sat down and went into this room and i like finally. Here's the talk. I wasn't making a lot of money at yet. The guy right. And i was like cheese like maybe offer me two hundred dollars. Is i remember thinking if offer. Two hundred thousand year can show herald radio. I would leave when. I was like more making these. You said before you had a show could have been much fifty five sixty grand. They bought me up. Bit more blogger. Whatever yeah but that was the lead guy as well with going like this before i went to john. Jerry bought me up a little bit. And then i signed begin fourteen. I signed my first real contract. Remember that so. I haven't seen anything yet. I wasn't even. I wasn't really under contract so as to take the risk of leaving a morning. Show that while still wasn't great in the ratings and still like the third or fourth ring morning. Show in boston and i was doing well. My profile was starting to rise to do that and leave to go to boston herald radio which is unknown. I felt was risk. You know sure so mind. I think i thought three times the making them so shattuck sammy down. He said what. What time would you wanna be on. I'd probably like to do like you know afternoons. Honestly which was a mistake at the time. But i would mornings a- doesn't matter and He's like okay you like. We can't pay you yet but you know you can have any time anytime you want and if it does well eventually we'll certainly talk about paying you like you can't pay me anything. You free boston herald. He's like. I'm gonna drive in the boston every day. Leave a morning show for no money. Yeah that's rough. If you could do it and still do ee. I that could have been interesting. Yeah that with them. Been too much to fucking shows at this like no chance. I two two kids at that perot one right. I was like nope sorry. I was very nice. But i was like. There's a weird move boy. Your expectations should be. It should have been that you were going to write for the herald. You're to get paid to write for the herald but do radio content for free. That would have been his angle. Also to be fair to shattuck. There's a lot of people that were in whatever position you were in at that time. Like don't get paid shit. I mean when you said that. I was surprised. Because that's what guys other stations ni- in the morning got. Oh i know. I know it. It'll be got gets honestly a mutt again. But i was always even back then. Like i remember when i was doing part time work for the website part time while i was still working california. I think paid for a couple of weeks. I had my checks income through. And i told rob rob's like wipe britain in the last couple of years. I didn't get paid. We get a rising no telling. Pay them not going to write going to do anything and he was like. Oh okay like you have to get a value yourself. Or they'll once they step system on all the time once you roll over once gonna step on you forever like you have to say nope. I renegotiate renegotiated contract. I think five times while i was doing the morning. Show right 'cause. I kept exceeding it and i was like nope in until like The the second last one. I was like i'm not doing a show unless i pay more jerry. The reason up here more important in like jerry care to his credit. He's like whatever and they were like. Okay you have you. You have to be able to back it up. But i wasn't going to sit there and go broadcast nobody but anyway why are we to all because the general store So i'll just give you one of them writing. i don't know which one of these canine acrobats is. Truman the beloved eldest pooch who's pawprint royal has tattoos on her arm. I've seen it before. After all royal shares a large unfiltered look at her life to more than thirty thousand twitter followers and more than eleven thousand people on instagram. Those may not be numbers that keep up with the kardashians by boston chef standards. They're suit story. We'll she's right is gonna shifts. Oh is it. i believe right. Now that makes us a little weirder a my ninety five percent of what i post a self deprecating and funny royal once told me my dog shit in the kitchen that menstrual cramps. My hair a mess. I fucking hate my life. I think pretty relatable today thankfully he writes. I believe it's a gentleman rodent. There's no shit in the kitchen floor. And for this worth royals hair looks pretty fabulous in the former sports caster with a megawatt smile and striking blue eyes stops out of her bedroom and strappy high heels. Wonder woman might wear down a runway. A story in a fucking magazine. Yeah the first thing. I thought was weird about it. Was they treated it like. She's like she just let me in. There was no there. Were no gates or security. It's a it was like she. The writer thought he was going into a brand does huge. Aren't these amazing. She asks modeling with a tilt of the ankle. They are they also very expensive. She has by love him so much. I got him in every color for exciting. It's i mean this thing by the way is endless. I thought cohen was fucking with me last. Because he's like. Oh yeah. Jen rose story and i hadn't seen it. I was like reading it before the show. And i was like this is it is five. He's got four thousand works it just like you know it's in my issue. Is this guy. Tom stack poll from austin magazine or complete. Hit on me and the same fucking magazine. This guy. In general jacob around the is fucking operation america for all i know in this guy is like sitting there just fucking kissing her ass up and down mkx. What is she. She's a chef. Great good for her happy for but like what. What am i missing here. That's what i was wondering is this is in-depth profile. Who's this four really promote the restaurant. No you pay him. I didn't understand. I get it. Celebrity sheffi caller. She is. yeah she's like bam like what she's thirty thousand not age. Another kardashian admitted she's done reality. Tv okay. i mean the that's true. She was a contestant celebrity. I don't know I pick her emmy paragraph in this I'm like many boston. Chefs royal nowadays survived but thrived in the pandemic. She says she raked in the quarter million dollars a mere months after quickly. Juicing takeout operating opening table macondo royals owned finding fans in our dining rooms. Make clear a little celebrity. Never hurts and jan. You sign my chicken parm really strange so i guess it's a restaurant where like you don't know it's you know. She has her set menu. You don't know what you're getting people. Don't stay sit random with other people. Yes oh my god. It's a nightmare you off. I mean i'm very happy for a success. But you couldn't pay me thirty million dollars to place like that nothing to do with her hipster thing. I don't even. I don't i. It's the experience to learn about all these new people. But tell me this is okay. Each each evening in the designated seething table saving time rather table gathers about thirty guests elbowed elbow around too long tables where the diners pass round the to our pray. The family style plates no modifications to be shared among parties. at first. no one knows one. Another by the end of the night though buckles beltline swell with red gravy and red wine. Everybody's somehow fast friends over sharing laughing too loud and waving their arms around crap. I'm having a crazy given grabbed my fork stewed. Dangerous like hell even l. Even get it mike. I think you may have to go to this. I'm just because we're gonna make you have to wear this guy just okay. Yeah i mean i. I don't like her. Just i mean i just think it will be an interesting experience for me and mike to definitely be interested to report back and all the new friends. We have Your i would think of the article about jen royal. Should she should be like how crazy. She is going back at people who who go to a restaurant. That's what i wanted to bring up a that public this story. She's like you're a fucking liar on her yelp reviews. Nobody's that really like yeah yes. Crazy says five thousand words of boston magazine five work but he he lightly brings that up but almost like it's a positive he doesn't mind tears. She doesn't mind telling her customers go fuck themselves. Hold on i. I literally just you know. Just hit another patriot. Whatever kerfuffle royal occasionally gauges in on social media you would from the bright smiles and warm hug. She offers to many of the diners who come to table after all. She's had guests drive from six hours away to get a taste. She says really to get a glimpse to when royal steps out of the kitchen and dining room every heading her restaurant turns done right one saturday night after dinner services complete she makes the rounds agreed guests. Many of whom aren't shy about revealing themselves as rabid fans. I saw the truman missing yesterday. Blurts one wide eyed breathless diner. This is boston famous. I mean i maybe she just charm the hell out of this guy. I have no idea a month ago a month ago. She responded to a yelp review. Not only are you a bad liar. You're poor storyteller. Who on earth would believe this garbage. Nobody under our roof degrades. Anybody shame on you find better things to do with your time. Your pathetic i remember. She's supporting her business. I remember at the peak of the pandemic. someone used a gift card that they go up. Hey fuck you fuck. This is my money. We reach out to the author of the story. We should disguise wild up. I said on friday from jen like you know what is she going to do right. This drive would love it embarrassed this little. This is a little over cooked. I i just like the idea of you. Know the start Doing the gone. And how are you. Oh gosh an extra three hours later. Clinking their last night table. I would love it. You know when mike steps into laugh boston different comedians. At first but by the end they're there for him. Oh got a great twitter handle by the way. Oh is that the right stuff s. k. And he spelled right w our. It bad off all not bad Wh- what do we know about this guy from his twitter bio Just look it up right now. Former i guess. He wrote a little bit for the herald lifestyle editor at boston. Spirit so lgbtq. Ice madonna fanatic. Okay now like madonna. I could see maybe he would write some amazing. Maybe maybe the She walks in. Everyone's heads are just like us. Tear the forks and knives and hitting the table belt already swelled renoir. It is quite and red sauce. It's not bad injury. I just pick just sitting there like the he with this hsien. It's some some breathless. Are truman went missing yesterday. When you just like if you know general is which is a long shot. People know her but she's not crazy famous. Yes yeah but if you know who john royal is wouldn't just be like i think that's been royal she spice. I remember one time. Dale tweeted out. That he these. These guys like jerry thornton. Dale always tweet greater a restaurant. is you know. There's several layers to that since they call it several reasons why we doing that. I've a feeling if mike on the restaurant look like dan. when they tweeted. I had a had a great time. I had a great experience. The family that some of the rock tweet. I picked up the food and breath home. It was great. And i remember jerry call. They just see this fucking tweet. Dale door to door. That'd be a two hour trip. Basically to bring back lasagna. Which i'm sure is delicious. You're just like fucking driving and our pasta. Susan get the microwave ready. That'd be like me going. You're going to worcester tonight to pick up some spaghetti. That's fucked up the commute to my parents house. Then bring it home. i just. I always pick your dale. Like just like like i play the pasta. Just sort of lightly bobbing is. He's driving like ninety five all the way up to four ninety five and then and just seuss all right. Let's go get the heck. Are we ready. I found it the The tweet what are you talking about the deal tweet. oh please. There are a few restaurants that i love in boston. No particular order. But you've got to try at davos. Boston at craig low main and at table boston all run by the best people and all offer a wonderful dining experience. That's not the tweet. Yeah it's not no. He went and brought the home or something. Holy shit but i have to say he must have been pretty jealous when he went in there and saw you know where wolves london being sung by entire kitchen floor. Unbelievable it's just a funny story. That's all it just funny that somebody would go and where gen i'd be like. Hey can you back over forty percent less of this please. I love every second right. The story about me for years because i also make fun of it but i would love just fucking blowing. I guess guy. He posted a picture of a pasta. Or whatever and he said worth the drive in from bellingham for our memorial day weekend dinner from at table boston. The food was spectacular as always enough for a couple of meals and then someone replied how much she paid w. e. personalities to take photos and put on twitter and he says not a dime i paid was happy to do so as i did for at maine diner and as i will at tressler. North end friends support from bellingham to boston. Forty five miles ninety mile round trip to pick up raviolis. You missed one very key aspect memorial day weekend. the traffic. he must his unbearable. Who three hours. Fifteen minute drive had a breadstick on the way back. Food's great. I don't care whatever is wonderful but like i said the sort of mutt and might call me. I'm like he's like. I feel bad making fun of the stores like why am like the stories. Funny it's going to be with her like when your mom died. She was all upset. And i hadn't talked to jenin years. She wants to the wake. she's like she called much anything. I can do food. I can bring or anything i think. I think she's got bigger. But i think she also loser mind sometimes which is okay store. But i wish. In retrospect she had because it was a very sad. Admit my mom's weight but if she brought some food yeah by the end of it because i was old miklos. Tyrod dance brother. We went through by the end of the night. If we'd been split some chicken parm forget it right where it began come on more ties holding hands. Oh jeez i just found this other dale tweet. So he He tweeted out in august of last year. He said like you. I have a number of masks but this one from at colby. Cohen is more comfortable than almost any order. Years here and someone dr gangway replied and said you above the law and don't need to announce when you're doing advertisements on twitter. This is the same shit you would do a table and that weird ghost hunting hocus pocus and he says not when you pay straight cash homey as they did boston. What's the twitter account city for. Wwe horn he's gonna followed by somebody who tweet enough but it's dale's creepy likes on twitter all at once. He's hit state is it's like Whatever like Got who's the girl wrestler hair hates them all but the one in alexa bliss underneath. Yes and she's like whatever she's like. I had a workout today. She's like in her fucking bride. Very nice good for you ninety miles pete abraham oh he it. The greatest was. He liked some porn picture. And he was like. I've been hacks someone to your count and liked a photo you porn on friday why series i took the share button by accident and your text and it was this close. It was it i forget. Florence henderson rawson raging finally. Get together ninety miles. I might suggest in just ninety miles and one on wednesday or something food and bring it back ninety miles. Don't i would say a top four awful traffic day had massachusetts what better way to celebrate memorial day in traffic the way back either. Yes most of our veterans cheese podium is back this week. That's good paul. Doing business easiest sending text because when tax cut open business gets done answer questions and the texts collecting reviews scheduling the delivery payment clutch and just send a text car. Dealerships selling more cars by offering text messaging home service providers responding faster and winning more jobs than their competition retailers are increasing revenue by and customers to shop via text message. Local service professionals keep pints longer and collect payments faster. Dentists new york city did that Click southerner graham in two weeks overdue collections. 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They're having these school board meetings about wearing masks like for kids when they go back to school and every all these parents are going and fighting pushing back so jay cutler only reason i thought jay cutler actually got a uber commercial taken away from him because he doesn't want his kid wearing a mask in school. Yeah it's weird. I brought this up before the show. Dave keeps saying it's the only reason he thought i'm very confused by white keeps saying jay cutler headline but my sister. I've good conversation. They were just talking about what was going on in their town and their younger sister older sister older sister. How much older she is. Four years old. Well does she do professionally. her name. She worked for a cellular company but she left and she was a stay home for the past year but she's working for her. The school that her kids go to she embarrassed your her brother okay. They've promo that well. I can't great fucking brother funchal. I believe it's ought to be great brook youngest of six. So you have your own kids now. I'm probably better now once you once. You have your kids. you don't spend my brain. I bring my kids to where they are all the time so that their kids have somebody to play with holy their kids probably like eight and six or play with your kids love her. How old are your kids. Two three four in almost two. I wanna hang on for your old saw the way i do it every day. I seem like they're having every day. You go over there them every crazy run out of things to talk about and talking about j. colored here telling me that he was dropped from ubereats. Wow he was just saying parents that he knows are going to the school board and fighting about the fucking mess. That's also masks concurrent of ours. It is everywhere and even no videos. Were clay travis castell. I'm aware that a pandemic kirk for a year and a half konate family conversations. Unbelievable they listen to the show. No no why not. I think my dad tried it wants. He just thinks. I swear to much shocking. Oh oh so. you're the party. Didn't like he probably likes jerry. No he did like jerry but yeah that's more of his speed right older older guy. Yeah keep listening to this guy. Brings steve back listening to get just a sister. No i got three sisters three di dino new youngest of six. I didn't know that youngest is how old's your oldest. What's there ten years older. What's the next closest hugh Two years older than mesa. Thirty seven thirty. A mistake probably. Yeah i think that's been confirmed but yeah you didn't ask i didn't ask i don't need to six is a lot. Yeah they were busy. Jesus how many nieces nephews you Every kid except one has to so yes. Six and your kids are the east eight. Yes it's interesting i swear. Conan said he was thirty seven when i met him. I feel shaving years. You just made that up on. I think he's thirty seven now. I'm thirty five. And i buy it. What are your thirty five. Okay i believe you don't believe that. These much older really looked into some weird graduated. High school do that was four. I know graduate. I guess that would be right for. Oh four okay. What else is going on in that. Big jay cutler story. Yeah nothing else. Everything's kovic super spreader obama. That's it the taliban that i mean i like i need the backtracking on obama warmer was like. What are you gonna do like goes of crazy spreading all over the place. And he's sitting there with his mask off like dancing with people's kind of king move. It's not great. It's hilarious but it's also like i don't care if people have the wilbur with a thousand i sup- yeah how wilbur report. How was it It was good. It was there was no. The security seemed like a little. They were getting their shit back together. Snowmass policy a little disorganized. It's kind of on the honor system. Okay they suggest nobody nobody. nobody did. So yeah it seems like we're fine. We're bumping elbows with the people next to us. How many days till the wilbur. For us it was gonna be within about one hundred and i saw the big kirkman show january twenty second. Whatever picture tweeted out. Why couldn't see someone told me it was. Would you go album the warthog. And his his lady for christ's sakes what's wrong with that. That request from ex-girlfriend coney and asked me the other day was that for friday usually connecticut Mrs warthogs number and i was like. Oh jesus well. I knew i was going to socco. The word hog is the misses. All right that's good. Yes that's good for everybody. I think knows that that's what the word hug said late. Kick her out talk Maybe for some reason discuss spent. That's sneer home. Did you sit next to her. Was a seat. I sit next album. Stranger oh warthogs girl was was album girlfriend or yes. Yeah yuck laughing the whole time. We're a big laugher. Well i couldn't. I was too far away. I couldn't hear whether i told you guys go out to eat before. Yes she complain about every fucking day us very nice. She's the one person table and just sits there dancing around just incorrect. Plus on her very worst. Jesus so i'm just kidding. Last year it's psycho. She was very sc playful enough correct. No yeah okay. So we're not gonna be. There will be there with him. No yeah human elbow okay driving up together. What time unless unless justin easy there earlier that'll be. You'll be fine all right we're gonna justin was going to get there probably around ten. Am okay. it's a lot of time and the early thirties. Like what's i just early than say like i'll get there at like two in the ends up being three because there's an accident or something like that so just get there as soon as possible when i get there nine. I'll got there at six. Am betcha there's always earlier. It was pretty early that early ten. Am how about you. Dave same time probably probably earlier. I'll earlier than oo early. i'm just getting. I'm getting out of the house. First thing in the mornings i'll be there six. Am justin dave speed racing on the highway traffic. You have to worry about in the saturdays. Which mccullough christ blanking new hampshire the hampton beach. That's it past there not great traffic on saturday. It's gonna be a nice day. I think to sounds good. You ready to to to help me around. Be my be my musclemen justin. Of course all right. We'll take a few calls if people wanna talk to us. And then we'll get out of here. I'm looking at the city records. So johnny depp. Cities being boycotted by hollywood. That's right we're taking calls here day at abused. Man makes justin something you know all the time. What about story though. Jerry is tweeting Who jerry. Jim brady going back and forth jerry. Tomorrow this show they will be the last to die for a mistake taking John kerry bruce's line. Jim brady up now. Ninety five some pitcher jim. Giambi's is pretty sure you're bringing them all home and ask questions later. person jerry. Quo tweeted he to break it to you. Jim you bring them all home. Thousands of americans are trapped. There now remember anyone saying. Let's get afganistan but leave stuff there hashtag. Where's biden kirke walnuts. Who's saying you know too bad for him and the pragertopia mocidad. That's funny. that's funny. I did like one of the trending topics on twitter on friday or saturday was Donald trump will not be Replacing joe biden contrary to many conspiracy. Spiracy things yeah. Is it like a certain date. They have of course always friday. I think last time was in april and their theories are the body was say. Like i'm. i'm all for that. Just to see the reaction of the social media if trump took over how great that would be right. But how exactly happen. I don't. I don't know. I some legal loopholes of the way that would happen in that day. He's out quite a prediction of we're going. Dave what are we going to tweet out. Tweeted out our retweeted. Great jim brady. They cancelled by the way. Go ahead at beat the press show. Oh they did. I know yeah only rooney. And he'd always called amy andy. Rooney's with. Oh yes of course. She's not she's daughter but that used to drive her nuts a fun little nuts. Let's take kenny for work. Now isn't he didn't get some job. Isn't he a professor. Bu writing or something. They talked so good for him wherever he said in the tanguay episode when they a good one week when do we call tanguay pedophile the show. I'm not sure why this qualifies as humor or the show on this show. Oh is it really right. Yeah yeah. I even know that. Oh that's funny. Well good for him. Every baby tangles. He's the one guy like if you knew how dumb gary. I don't know how this is anybody idea of humor. I think that's that was. I was fucking great. What's that justice. Kennedy has a patriot. Guys going to battle with wild. What's buzi let's give it a. Let's give the media. Nation is at its thing. yes it's in his bil- what's the what's a patriot. For five dollars a month patrons will become members of media nation subscribers receive weekly newsletter with exclusive content while patriot dot com slash media nation. Just him bashing my patriotic. It should be a lotta subscribe all these people on patriot. Jesus christ making any money where everybody goes mike. Paycheck dot com slash. Mike thank you. Please could use a little more. Yeah come on folks. God so sad mike sending ten chris that that'd be happy to do can't call me with you. I really thought it was two guys you know to to to to equal a former co host of mine appel true. We're both in this chair. Maybe maybe he's looks as a competition right. He doesn't wanna prove me right smart move. Yeah maybe if you hear my great movie takes. I'm calling week is going to sit there and listen toronto. Place guitar forever saunas. Does he do that second so really great champ. Plays his fucking whatever strums. It's more it's more of an e here. Then he goes see. How can we talk about the fucking song like where it wasn't the charts and like if i like it or not. It might be holding out for you for comedy. Maybe that's why i got nope. Well maybe we should just do it. All right i'll do. Patriot dot com. I haven't been mike. I'm happy about patriot dot com slash mike. But i've been asked. I figure you tony when you wanna do it. I don't wanna buddy. Let's get like that craig's enough to send you the link to combat. Now where is this. Where does the anger come from I also had a very funny. You were like on friday. You were certainly never met him have you. He produced the show for. I forgot to ask that is true. I did but i meant to like actually didn't meet him. i did. I went there afterwards. It was like hey man. Kirkman don't know i'm kirkman and have a great day at least looked at him through the glass and spoke to him. Is he going to soko thing. I believe so uh he wore girlfriend. Just go run away together to sunny. Because they're so opposite craig's. Such cheery fellow was smiling and happy. He's but he's a kirkman. He's part of the kirkman hanger honor program. I always want him of that and it seems like he doubles down. Every time i say is true. But he's doing it but he's not benefits mike when he does it. I don't think he's trying to get benefits. Mike i think he's being genuinely nice when he says. Hey if you need anything oh to hell hate that. But i know you i knew you would hate it. So that's why i tell them. Hey be careful with that shit up. Don't don't be don't do it. That's really what i mean. Listen mike doing well. But i'm like i don't want you know it's like i said you remember. That was a khurana with fucking megawatts matter. Wasco remember i heard. He's jumping around like grabbing wires on like sit down. Jesus so much. Things have changed by the way that friday before me carrano. Dc in the show together so the loser tweet. Justin dying to get back. He wants it so bad. he's he's a six year old boy he wants at that bag. Whatta what did he say. It was one of those ones redid light. Whatever he's just like saying what you want about me but You know the verse was more interesting here. It's like you left like no big deal. Just stay away. What's also he will keep doing. Yeah no major stop but you know i say this all the time i i swear to god already the guy from last week. Who tweeted dave. We tried to get on that. We tried to get the name of the guy from deadspin. Oh by like he'll be back in three weeks. Tweeting this like these guys. They don't ever get any attention and the other way. Dc a fucking loser does some podcast re pretends. He's alcoholic like it's please. I don't know if i'd compare dc to adjourn waco supposed- journalists though. He's a fan. He's off the high. Oh it'll bit loser. And he got upset because he made following in the left. was i forget. He supported the case but it was the ads. They wouldn't fuck in putting clydes asshole. Well wouldn't awful. You shouldn't put this whole too. I did a pretty good. Let's go to kidding. I'm sure it's a fine product. Whatever it is all right so couple of points. Jomon win saw louis c. k. at msg on friday Fantastic show but oddly enough. You never addressed the controversy. There was an article. I read this story. Yeah yeah i. I didn't story. I just didn't know i thought i think it's i think it's weak ass if you're a comedian and you're like you you got to. You have to address. It makes jokes about it. Like i'm on the way. The guy making living mike's different than me on this. Probably i personally wouldn't go the show. The guy creeps me out. I'm going to show several different. So he did address it in his especially put on april. Not a lot of people saw it. I don't think but now he's doing i know he puts up I think he has a banner or something. That's i'll say got to laugh but it was still weird. You wanted to hear. Make fun of themselves. They never did. It is weird so he does make fun of himself in that special. But not to the extent. Like i wish you would just go on rogan or mariner something actually call and talk about it. I think it'd be an interesting story. Yeah either way whether he says i was one hundred percent guilty or there's two sides to this or whatever he says i think it would be interesting. His second comeback though didn't try to do that. We thought that we were part of the article was because like i said he puts especially this is first real. Tore tore though. He's like he's playing real places now. He's doing five four or five shows in boston right. yeah number. Where new york the hulu theater. Yes keep. msg in it. Yeah yeah but that's like four or five thousand seats. I think right. Yeah all right. Hello kirk physically. Seen a copy of de caro's lawsuit not not yet. I don't think it's technically been yet. So i'm just curious. It's the weather. Justin is named individual defendant. I think he has to be. I would hope so. Can you please livestream the depositions. If we get to that point why don't we can live streaming up for sure you'll see them. I mean i saw was it smitty day or two. What's that is that might it. Might it takes a while for them to come out. We know justin. Jesus christ fucking chatty the people vs justin trudeau. That'll be good. Who play justin in the movie. Jonah hill i think i was gonna say the guy from nicole news. You probably know that. Is harry knowles regard. I don't think so one of getting me to his. Well you look him up. I'd say he's good casting. We sounds good. Yeah all right up. Jesus christ. I take it. He's not a handsome man. Am i wrong to say. I am saying he's you. What do people think. Play in the people vs justin trudeau. What was he in. He ran the movie website for like the early internet. He ran the cycle ankle news. You probably probably. I mean no no. Yeah it was like at the beginning like it was like Fans would go see like when i lived in california. You could go see a test screenings of movies you go see mood or on the weekdays okay A movies opening. We're going to test removing moving on friday. We can't tell you is we want to go see it. It probably twenty like that. I saw traffic Space cowboys just like random. Shit you know but those people to begin at the end of the den would go see it and they would tend to him. They'd be like hey. I saw the new southern new mel gibson movie. Okay so you getting a picture of what he looks like a blogger in the early days of the us and he got me to forget why right but yeah it looks like a guy who would get me to. You know you see resembled dave. I'm sorry about shows in. It's just not to lose a little weight. But i'm saying a bigger version of you. Justin justin rift to lose. The guy wouldn't have to put on weight just one of those guys much bigger much bigger. Would you boo play you in the movie. Justin like matt damon. Yeah i think that's good castellina. I didn't i think johnny hill nell knocking out of the part. That won't be bad but he's got to be like you know. Turnhill fluctuates to write nominated for two oscars by the way money bone with wall street. Yeah yeah he's both. He's very good in both refused to see money. Bo is that stupid movie. The idea stupid. It's a great book big deal. Hey what if we made the playoffs and didn't do anything biggest. It's a bigger story than that. It's a very good book. Giving major league stupid to what's not fictional. i mean yeah it's stupid. It's all fun stupid. Well you've invested me again. Monkeys flying around. I feel silly. i haven't seen pretty stupid right. I suppose clown update florida. Hello hey i got a question for mike and then a question for kirk. Go ahead mike mike. You're patriots dot com slash. Subscribe today or jeffrey cardoza. Mike had mike. If you had to rate your vision scale of one to one hundred one hundred perfect what would you rate it. It's tough because i've never had perfect vision. But i'd say now about fifty four closer to forty than sixty put it that way. Let's let's say it's forty kirk in for every red sox game you go to. It will bump up mike. Division one hundred zero points dipped project. Mike because i think the world would scare him and frightening on. Yeah i don't. I don't want to go through that the first time. I've seen my face in the mirror. Some saying oh god who needs it makes lucky yes hockey. I always say i'm losing my sight slowly with up my fortress my readers prescription to a to a one point seven five you get there now. Right is give it to me. I'm gonna be old and blind and just confused. You're you're already all those things not all you will. You won't be with any luck. Planet confused here which is a good combination. And you're not really aware for sure Hello hey can you email yup yup okay. It's it's it's a chap called to even bother going with these are what's the show like today. I mean Well yeah it's just. I don't know people flooded with calls. How's just going wherever you want to. However you thank you appreciate it. I mean i take myself as a libertarian. And then i like you know. I i saw that chap's Clip in essentially is nine year. Old daughter swirl lot and said. She didn't like to get the girls toys mcdonald's because he doesn't have gender and told her father that and essentially like okay. This is what she is suspect. A longer conversation as as a little bit more information than that i would guess. Yeah but i mean this is just what i saw. This is what chats explained to me when he was going over it and then that video and it's like in high school right now i'm still teaches at are like yeah. They're now is ex They were them this week. And they're just fucking with me. 'cause this is like a cool thing to do and i guess so i guess i i appreciate what you're saying. I recognize the thought. But then sometimes i think like i'm also like why do we care if they're doing that like why do you care. Why do i care if they're doing that. Like not. Not our kids with other kids. Like what do we care for some kids fucking around. Where i i'm afraid kirk that like down the line mugged and like what is the description of the person that hits stupid and it's like I can't talk about it. Yeah like i. I just i would be if the teacher. The teacher knows the kid is fucking with them and calls them out on it and then they get fired. That's you know that's that's anything but to be fair. Most of those teachers are saint founded. We'll think nobody are also super liberal right. Yeah it's like you know like they're trying to a tag them. But but i mean i i. Yeah i suspected the longer conversation and listen to some of it. I kind of the checkout. I spent compensation was a little more. I hate to say the word nuanced then than happy meals. I would like to think. But i mean there's only where you are working for barstool to put out content so you probably put out the funniest pie. Rather our the most provocative so update lord bill burr on friday at foxwoods. And then louis. Ck on saturday at the theater. And what an opposite experience bill burr. It's like i was such a big fan and he. He was horrible. I i thought. I i of those guys were talking about bill. Burs podcast mike eons. Podcast hack pacak. He's a fucking hack. He's not a hat hack. He's done a heck conversation. What's up the joke was something that he he's talked about before he brought up like you know the We got a clear out traffic. And i'm rooting for the like. He everything Women are crazy. Men are dumb. It's the same shit. Woke people suck. Feminists sucks like he's been talking about that since twenty inches said their retirement retirement. Somebody just did like a fairly prominent. Once they're doing. I saw over the weekend. Thanks for the call. Oh you know what. Have a great name that i don't know that it didn't read. You would know the name but it wasn't like a great comedian. Someone like that. That i didn't really know was. Yeah which was bill burr. Hello i mack. He said lewis funny. That's good to aren't you. The bill burr show interesting. I went to bobby. Kellyanne on thursday. In mullany on saturday would have been you know come on needs rest where was berkeley foxwoods. I guess yeah he was here. It wasn't at the wilbur on wednesday tomer. Good if you've been wants to come in here. I'm all set. I did reach. Uh god norms coming to boston so that would like to love that twitter account. He's putting jesus he'll angle does retire. Okay oh i did see that. Thank god gift to comedy laws. That was retired for the worst of the blue-collar comedians. Yeah he stinks. No hey kirke check out that. New documentary amazon. The no haven't there's a good. I mean what's left to say. Well it's fucking dot. The take on is like just fucking hilarious. They make they make billy bolger and they've tried to be like look down on them and at one point someone actually says we just wanna make make it sound like make sure people understand why he wasn't a monster. Jesus is calling me that or no. Who colin is calling it. Oh yeah he's nfl. Alright fucking awesome. You gotta have already on again. He's good okay. We will rear-admiral co again as a rough start. He sounded bad. You said he had a lot of background noise. That wasn't yeah. He's always moving around. Admiral was always super nice to me. When i was an intern. He is the only guy that unfold me apart. Stool really a bucket. Very sad had enough of this. Bullshit i finally jerry. When you're talking about that that's true. I loaded up fellas. Jerry blocked him. That's what i remember at the beginning. One of those guys because he was unknown at that point like i guess he was apostolic. The barstool crow. That was a smaller crowd. I was like what is this kind of like thirteen. Thousand four like. I wasn't really sure. What the hell is gonna always be. Tweeting me on the to political shit now. That's what it was. He couldn't handle my hot takes. Let's be it. maybe that's true. Yeah what's up. Hey what's up so you just said this. Last week you just brush by macarana quit his job to host that show for forty five minutes a day. It's holiday didn't even want to quit his job when he got full benefits and became a real true coins. Afraid to criticize these guys now. I'm dave knows that insane move. He's making no money. That's crazy so that's why you how much you could he be making. I'm trying to stuff. It's not my information to know the answer but yeah it was not a lot of money but it was considered part time though so that was different. Boise do differently. It's fulltime nothing. They're looking for more help aren't they. I don't i don't nobody's trying to do this week. Recovering april twenty. Second night very unhappy. Khurana is but i mean i. I know matt well enough to know that he's definitely not working forty five minutes day. I think he's trying to. I think he's are very into. They're going to have a studio somewhere. That's what jerry recently not nowadays house. They went somewhere different as to the show together. Yeah yeah a piece of me. Bring it up. But i said this looks like a taliban hostage. Video in the basement was ridiculous. today. I celebrate today. All was missing was to ferns. They need you got to take a shot at eventually call right like. Don't you have to take a shot. If you wanna work in media you have to take you can work through. I mean you aiba. Abc's all of these all in. He's got the bitcoin money or something. Maybe save eight and could take a risk. He's you know gives no kids. He's at save. Save this always up in new hampshire. So maybe doing right. I hope it does well as door chronic on the show. Yeah he's gonna chromos great. Yeah hired him. Hello maybe coronal have me. I went to the wrong guys. Jerry counts going. It's going fine. Thank you so i i heard this all stern clip. That was done recirculating lately this weekend. Wanna get your opinion on your or do you remember the klay guy from new orleans. Yes yup being. Do you think that was real. The serial killer warner no. I did not think that was real. I don't know what the zoos don't know. This guy called told the story and said he's this. I don't know how long ago that was jesus. How long ago was that era. Nineteen ninety seven looking up when i remember those clips or like press clippings and. They're actually i don't know if he's obviously like if he was just trying to play into that or i don't know i thought i mean it could be i. I never bought it though now. There's one clip. i always think about with stern. And maybe i over analyzing it. But there's a thing when eric. The midget was on eric. The actor i should say it's better. Do you remember when you called in his derek from texas. So either like sal and richard or something were harassing and he says and it's very subtle talked over. But he goes you guys talk told me to call in like that and i did it right so i always think about like. I wonder how i think i i'm out. You know the people that crowd who hates them the radio gun crime They're convinced they'll they'll listen to episode. There's some of it because it does get sort of they. They they hate him so much. It's a little too much. We're way although i like it. They're all of the the belief in a place on with doing this for thirty five years. Oh that i believe. Yeah like. I believe over here. Who was like you know. Even the callers planted like even back. Then everything was planned because you don't go from everything being real to all of a sudden this guide now like they're always must've been traces of that. I just never thought of it. The way i do it i just never like i mean we have funny plan to callers but i just never. We've never crossed my mind but even when we were driving home not told justin to send notes. Just start writing. And i was like. Oh no no you have to do that. Live notes for what would it be When he was going to send you a jackie alpha is joel course. Yeah i like. Jackie was doing that live telling him things to say. Yeah yeah yeah so like to anyone our age. You'd be like what that doesn't make any sense. How could you even do that. It makes sense even now. it doesn't make sense. They did it right away. I get worse. Jackie wants in by the way. We're gonna make that. I had jackie on the enough about me. Yes i would love to do a show. Where like jackie is like literally like my psychic or the show. Yeah be yeah yeah yeah register those slap them up here. Maybe he's in though. Yeah he wants he wants to come on back in the studio or on the phone Well right now i think. Where did you live right now phone. I didn't think z. Around here at all sooner now can ask. Why does he come here often. We don't know if he travels visits. his cousin. Revere picks up dinner here at our drive. Only fly sometimes it picks up and flying better that way all right hello. Hey kirk is mike. Today he is one thing you talked to him. One minute talking about a spoke post before. I forget which is a mistake to forget because it's the best box of awesome dot com. Call or. have you done this yet or no. No i have. Not what your name and adam adam. You promised me you're going to do this. You get to talk to mike geary if you sign up the box of austin dot com. You do it for me. Well i'm not gonna live. My point was i was gonna hang up after you send. Yes okay what might have been funny. I wish she got to do that. So funny just long. Can you sign for box of feel terrible call. Do you know absolute. I think we'll talk to you. Box dot com into my name kirk. Checkout you twenty percent of your monthly box. It's forty five dollars per box. Seventy dollars worth of gear inside. You take your quiz a box of awesome dot com your inches health and pick up the right box of awesome for you new boxes. Every month across a ton of different categories. I had them with me in south carolina and in iowa box of awesome stuff here with me for both seasons of the case and it helped out the kirkman show for a long time. We love people box of awesome. They're happy with us. We love them. Help them out. Box of awesome dot com twenty percent off your first box of awesome dot com code kirk twenty percent of your first box. They so updates load up. How i just wanted to make a quick joke in you start doing the work so hard on that one it is original. At least hello wait. They cut its market seven mark. David chapman. how you doing. I'm doing okay. This is my monthly phone call I just started listening to the show on mcaleer fan so i i came over with culinary. Are you still yours. I was thinking. John hinckley right. Who's on the. You're still in jail. Mark yes we. We have the same favourite work of fiction catcher in the rye out. great book. Great man really helped shape my formative euro. Yeah probably didn't have a big influence on my life now fatally what's up I don't know if you've been listening to jerry show lately. But one of the things funny things when he was talking about cuomo is he always has to sort of add in these sort of non sequiturs like he was going he he probably smells at and he's got he's got duga. Brass loves he loves. Do breath why jerry have to add in with these guys. Do and why. It's a fair question but taking these you're not gonna you're going to act on this anger are you. Gary just kicked back mark mark. He can't do sandwich he he was cheap cologne thirty years ago. Forty years ago fifty years ago mark was calling random radio stations and say. Why can't just mccarty sing this giant the jumping all the time jesus christ was imagine bullshit gets very. He does get very into stuff like that. He was very obsessed with breath forever. Always say this person was have terrible breath. I don't know why it's not enough that they'd be stupid to minihan waiting like it. This is taking a strange turn. Got off to the sexual element to a lot of these guys. I'm uncomfortable with mark of being on this. Does that does that make any difference or no. Oh my still on. Well i got to. I got two more points call next week from prison much. he's always emerges yes cart before i start. I gotta say embattled through a major roy right now is you ever dealt with one of those before. I'm lucky enough. That i have not have you dave no just Justin no mike. No sir. I is brutal but I want to say. Don't talk about Kevin kisner big win yesterday. I spoke. i don't think i have i. I i alluded. I was watching a lot of playoff years. I'll say this a lot. My friend rigs my buddy. Riggs the great rigs who tweet out. Did you see this. Yes tweet out that. He was excited to listen to me because a huge fan. I'm a big rigs guy you know. I always talk about how much i love. Well not not just four pipe but rigs and trent and all those guys they never find me on there anymore two different but that's okay begging to play golf with these guys all the time left when they were in town as a fair quantum leap. That's true that's true They love kevin kisner. Who won Yesterday windham and now rigs who started the thing on friday or saturday. He said he's drug is pushing for kizer to be on the ryder cup team. I have to say. I disagree with my friend rigs on rigs kisner is not set for whistling straights. Bombers course bad bad. If stricker museum of his captain's picks on kevin kisner. You know this team is going to lose. They are in trouble because of that stinking thinking. He is is following. The winds. don't do that. Pick the bombers whistling straights go with the guys with the ball million miles not pick the kevin kinder's bold take pretty big week. Though i wing coach i need to stop trump. Who breaks a hundred and then kisner ruins yesterday. No question no question about it. And i like kisner but like that course is you know. A course guy like kisner can win if the ryder cup word. A A ross coarser a shorter. Course fuck visit you know. I'm trying to think of one of the shorter ones on course if it was the one in south carolina week after the master's safe harbor town. I pick them all day but nothing on it not fueling. That's a message to rigs. I disagree with my friend rigs on this one. All right kirk catego- teacher the samoyed later. Of course guy sat there silently with microsoft to get fired barstool and the phone call that day. Yeah what's he gonna do. I shouldn't have stepped. I love her eczema rigs guy to come in on friday. He wasn't here was he. Just didn't know if he had left yet. Does he have family in the area or something. I don't know if he's wino-. Dave kindly got back to me family near you might six seven. Good morning kirk. Peter king calling wanted to share some highlights so my column this week morning. Good morning. I hope you are. Well i went to a panera in wisconsin mom way way to green bay eleven forty five last monday and had to take to tinkle's i'm over sixty four after all and also they don't play any of the new music in the gyms that i stay on the road we need some k- goes after nineteen eighty-seven israel peter king. I'm really into it. Kirke my finger on the pulse. What's going on around the nation notes. Peter or no. I'm enjoying this. Well you know kirke. I little bit disturbed. And what i'm seeing on the road with no one wearing them ask bad. I don't and i don't understand. I thought the field of dreams things was wonderful. Wore a ascribe. Tom war-scarred hat. Cool little funds. Okay all right. Peter hope you guys have a wonderful week. Peter king calling. I'll check in again soon. Good talk you peter. King is sort of becoming a mickey rooney of his. Andy rooney generous. Probably though did write that. She's i wanted to call good to talk to peter. Good show day. Maybe youtube a good thing. Mike you gets you in a better mood could be below baker co are you fine thank you. He about a year and a half ago. I called after My wife and i were gone through some fostering and adoption stuff and it didn't work out well well and i know you probably don't remember the call but you were very encouraging high. Wanna let you know that last week We finally did adopt a little child. Yes last week went through great and she's You know two and a half years old. we're very excited and I just wanna thank you for all the entertainment going through all the madness you've been through it and But you know it was always good to have a laugh. Oh congratulations happy. Happy to hear that graduations there you go see. Sometimes people are actually nice. There's no punchline. There thank you mike. I dropped them just in case apply. Wow that's very nice. That's good to hear people helping people. Three one five. Hey kirk has gone this morning. it's going fine. Great quick question. What really going scallops. Oysters what what what does i don't know i really had that connection really understood. Why what about you understood either Nothing for me. i'm the same way. Yeah i don't really gary something like it doesn't really go. Is that really something to that or no. It must be consistent. yeah. I've heard that i don't know I think it's one of the minerals. That's in its high supposed to get your rock rock role and you know what i mean. I've understood the reds is yes iraq at night one more day fair fair question. I guess he's gone up. Oh here okay. All right well. Thanks all the sponsors today who we. We talked today or no. I couldn't call. Dale only king patron dot com slash blind. Mike thank you go there Actually good show today wasn't terrible news Trying to anything else coming up this week. Davor no i back wednesday. Hope i'm probably well what's going on. I'm going to a funeral to probably buddy's mom boston mass. We'll see we'll have to call. Chris do double duty. He'll do it happens most likely it'll be here. Y'all dubourdieu king economy with chris. What did you think about talking movies with ra. Did you like Anybody yeah yeah. No problem i liked. Ra was it'd be it's hard i mean he's we're we're three people or three different four different four people in three different places so it's kind of kind of dressing it sort of yet. It's not the perfect situation but he can come in here and i don. I love those guys. i'm a barstool guy you certainly. Are you know bono wednesday night. it's a big night though. We're back attributive. Chances go controversial but still true to know on this On this young season the chemistry is a disaster on this team. I've noticed oh my god. It's a complete well. Get along great. Enrico lunatic yeah. Yeah you saw that. Rico text read. I think it'll rebound. I think he'll really show his steeply great in the last game together in the playoffs. I hope he's ready to go. But here's the thing rico. You have no idea what's going to happen on. Wednesday can be on a company by then when manny ramirez was. Really ruined for the red sox. He accepted his mania off the field. To rico rico. Yeah exactly yes that's true. Yeah and then from you. Justin best isn't he. It's like you want me to do a scouting support for the doesn't well. There are a whole new team aren't they. Yes go through their genealogy or figure out what their interview jack mack like goto who was at big f. We had the show. Jack mack who were friends with. And who's the other guy on the team F- tally sure. We tape wednesday night for thursday. Nate we donate right. Yes okay. we like I think he kind of like took pride. When k marker was post jonker blog. He posted like he's asshole. I don't want you had him on your team. Yeah no i think he came on because like in the hours before dunker blog was posting. He was get ready for bomb being. Oh he's not been on the show. He was basically like well. I know k. marco. I don't know you. So what did you want. What do you want me to do. And i guess but yeah i mean yeah well kmart won that war okay. We got that wednesday. And then mike maybe and wednesday maybe not trump sounds like what she relatively young recent. Yeah cancer now. Complications in surgery friday night launch that series terra. Jeez well okay All right so Picture as picture dot com slash by mike page on dot com slash media nations. I was yes. Dan lewis appearances which is a libraries libraries. Probably ended. maybe. Mike maybe somebody else who knows in this crazy world of ours. I did say on the wrap up show the other day. That friday was helpful to find future friday guests. 'cause i reached out to a lot of people. Yeah seems like it. A lot of knows a lot knows. Summer was tough. Stuff is jared out for friday. Oh i don't know i assume. During the baseball season jarod can be really tough. Avoid right right morning the kowloon actually. Other thing yeah. I don't realize how big the kowloon was the physically big because they said it was in the wall street journal. And i was like. Why would the wall street journal covers some small restaurant. Yeah rebuilding just seats. Fourteen hundred people. It's huge are you. No comedy no. Okay yeah no. It's a bit big. They've had like cohn into the seinfeld there and that type of ship so the hooky lau it wouldn't it was around in show. Yeah for sure. Now i've seen comedians there. Yeah way way way back. Yeah yeah no it's. It's a sad day for jerry. Corrobos the wrestling fans go there wrestling or something. I never went there. But he's gone or they can replace it. The i feel rebuilding right so i from what i read in the article. They're going to knock it down and then replace it with a smaller restaurant. The kowloon yes. Yeah it'll be a restaurant on the bottom of an apartment building so it's not good for garrett the same ambience we'll find out maybe knocking down. Fenway it is. We'll talk to you one say goodbye. This was pretty reprehensible. I i don't know how it can be anybody's idea humor.

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Because i'm gonna look like what is it. Kfc radio on the bar sports network. If you're watching on youtube when everyone to leave a comment telling jackie how well the lighting is how how good and how. It looks just like every other episode. When nick was at the helm jackie's on the ones that as she changes it changes it into solar eclipse cloud. Got a little. You honestly just like drew more attention to now have imperfections. We're going to point out. Well these are things that. If i was ever watching podcasts at never a million years i'd be like the lighting's a little notice do you i. It be upset about it. I mean it would have to watch it twice a week. Anybody a little different literally like so much worse. Research conscious of she's also gonna stain on hurt. Shut down her shirt and she's wearing beetlejuice pants. So yeah so how you feeling good as we have to tell ya down girl But yeah everyone go. Watch on youtube subscribe and watch along with us and get tickets. Hey i was gonna say the big thing we got going right now. Come see us live wednesday. This coming wednesday september fifteenth. Caroline's we are back on stage in manhattan in the city where we thrive where it's easiest for easiest for us to acquis. Tough nyack was tough. Because i guess we'd never talked about this niagara was talking about it. We never talked about how bad driver you know we did did we. Yeah we did. I remember did great driver Yeah no driving. Necessary come on up. caroline's on broadway. It's like fifty first and broadway. Tickets are available. Go to check us out on social or go to carol. I think it's carolinas carolina. Calm right yeah. Carolina dot com click on events and shows. And we'll be under their come comes coming out with us. We're we're still doing live shows. And i think we'll still do meet and greet afterwards. Yeah yeah just don't spit on various. Yeah it's like whatever if we're going to get you know so. Yeah i'm sure you know. Caroline carolina all of their. I don't want that. I really don't want it. I'm actually talk on him but like it's crazy that we haven't got. I've never gotten go rhino sanity. Like we came back to work in the middle of everything. We've traveled. We we've talked about it stopped. He's doing like all of the things. I i've watched them. A hand stopped vaccine. Yeah like forget it. You don't get the booster shot already. Yeah i didn't know that my mom got it the other day mom got it. I think if you just say that you've got issues like okay here you go because i think ultimately they want everyone to get it so it's like well we know you're bending the rules but like another one is a good thing so whatever I like the people who are like. Are you going to get another one. Yeah i'm gonna get all the ones they told me to get all the medicines just all of the medications a against the gonna kill me. Yeah i wanna think. I'll i'll take all the armor i can't. Do you know anybody in your back. Dan right now. I heard the pfizer pfizer shit. Yeah you're looking up my game. Cocktail cocktails cocktails. Let's just mix it all up in there. Do you know anyone in your life. was antibiotics. No like i'm trying to think. I can't i can't imagine if like because i think i think some people do i think people have friends and family in their lives who are like we like got along and we they're smart and we used to have regular conversations and all of a sudden they were like anti talking. I get it. I want to. If you came in and you're anti vacs i'd be like europe fucking like we can't even not even. I'm not going to respect your decision. Like you're a fucking moron. I wouldn't care if again. Like i wouldn't say you're a moron. No i would if you were like a doctor if you had scientific background and you were like you know i think i'm pretty healthy and i'd be okay if i got it. And this vaccine like in general putting things in your body that are Natural snow hitter idiot. I had fucking a gummy candies for breakfast morning. So i put in my body carry much. It is one of those things heroin people like. I can keep it that my body i don't want is a second joe rogan. The joe rogan is funny to like people are like dunking on rogan. Because he got it. And i don't really get that because first of all it's kinda shady people like good get. I don't think he ever was like i'm invincible. To catching it was he. I think he was pretty outspoken. Like if you're healthy you're not fat. If you're in shape you work out you take your vitamins like you'll be okay but i don't think he was ever like i cannot catch kovin and they were like i see you got it. And he was kind of like okay. Yeah but see all right in a couple of days. I don't i don't think it was the big like the big. You know like embarrassing for him. I don't think so either you people are gonna get it. Yeah yeah But everyone was kind of like he was outspoken. About like not necessarily being afraid of it and then he got it if he was like really sick or whatever there would be the irony but i him is that he he immediately got with the thing ivermectin or whatever those boats and then like he did like this drip and that injection and all that and they're kind of like oh i thought you know lifting weights and being healthy was enough and he was like let me get all of the things but i think also have you know joe rogan. He's like always on supplements and always doing he's he lives in a hyperbaric chamber while like eating weird food inside of a sauna while he injects himself with this and that so i don't think he was like out of i. Just don't think it's anything out of the ordinary for rogan. That people made it into or it's like We got gotta but like everything on the internet. I think i saw more people being like. Don't make fun of job. Getting more than i saw making fun of their news. Reports on the celebrity. I saw a lot of like joe and got kobe new york times and like jordan kobe. Dmz but i didn't see i didn't see be like fuck you again. Everyone's time on different. I don't know maybe it was somewhere. But i didn't see anyone. Rogan chess moves faulk in needle man and just laughs all the way to the bank. I think you know like anything that happens to him. Everyone's getting it but like it was a big deal for joe rogan. i think. yeah oh. Yeah but i'm saying he's a fucking big big one at this point like with if something happens or he says something or whatever like it it goes people. There's like once every few months. There's a headline spotify. Doesn't like joe rogan. You just do this every time. Somebody like speaks whatever. God damn is rich So yeah tickets are available dot com quite saying So we're back we're back live. I think we're gonna try to do. Just got to andrew about gramercy theatre coming up in november. Maybe we'll try to squeeze in an october one and then in november so basically monthly. We're going to hope to get back on track And do them regularly like all across new york and then eventually maybe go to Philly in boston and a local spots. So get your tickets. Carolina dot com. Get back on stage watson. comedy. Dan soder was at your bar tuesday night. He was exactly. I heard the nate. And trent when i believe and frankie frankie and said it was the funniest thing they've ever seen and i just like live comedy. When i saw short small like probably fifteen years ago i was like. That's that's the funniest comedian of all time. That was the funniest thing i've ever seen. And then i saw ricky villa's live. He was opening up for pete davidson. And i was like. That's the funniest thing of all time and these are obviously great and talented comedians. But like in my mind. When i see it live in that element on like. This is the pinnacle of comedy. Nothing has ever been funnier. So when then it's it's. It's almost like i've said about bars. Where like when when the when the bar swing. Shut behind you you your inexperience moment. You've you've come to an agreement with everyone else in the barbie might look whatever outside. Fuck it we're getting drunk. Yeah we're gonna laugh we're gonna saying here's some shit payroll to shea gillis as a new special out it's awesome. I guess next door is a bar and towards the end of the sal later in the night so you turn the music up and you can kind of hear the music. And he's he's a god fucking damn man music so much better than what. I do the reason i brought up soda was because i was also going to bring up. Shane and i think that like if you're if you're watching soda or listening to soldier on his shows shane. Gillis chrissy d like there's a and maybe it's just because we've got into it recently and the internet has like there's so much exposure now that you can consume so many of these comics. But i feel like there's some sort of like golden age renaissance one of those catchphrases going on where there are just some fucking hall. Larry is people who are still very accessible right now. Like chapelle you gotta you gotta pay like one hundred fifty dollars for a ticket face value to get into his show at red rocks. You're not gonna see you know and actually that's not true. 'cause those guys do poppins but like soda being at factory gillis putting out a free youtube special like these this is quality comedy that is still affordable. Sometimes free altogether. I think shane's gonna crush. He did like two hundred and fifty thousand views verse day. Really like you know. Like the sam arose and mark. Norman's like i think. Sam did a few million i think mark did like seven and a half mil southern has a lot to catch but like shane. I feel like has you know. He's he's riding a wave right now too. I think i mean millions of views on youtube and any motherfucking beyond did he doesn't do oh she doesn't so i said so. He did one thing he made. He made himself into the drake album cover. Which by the way like. I don't know if you credit drake or his team or his art team or whatever that's not that was done by logging actual artist ripe. But but you know what i mean. It's more interesting concept than like like emoji. he'll artist. I was reading. I actually the g. q. Review of was. I thought very spot on where it's like breaking news forever. It's actually they had a great quote where it's like. It was fucking. He said it's almost like someone told. Drake were brad pitt. Told matt damon in ocean's eleven like it's like i forget the quote exactly but it's like be be funny but don't make him laugh be interesting but don't make them think be memorable but as soon as you walk with mr forgets you and it's like yeah. Yeah like they got your attention. But it's not gonna stick because i've got to laugh and most keep doing it forever. And they he can do this for eighty like he's prolific though he puts out a lot of shit like i think that's a product of it too. It's like you can wait. Put out these like deep albums but it takes people like four years sometimes. Doing rather like justin timberlake only put out two albums his whole life the fuck man But that that album cover. I saw some sort of stat about like and i don't know who tracks these things like. I was just saying off camera. We should just make up statistics now but like the amount of copying and usage of that template was like broke the internet it was truly unprecedented shit because when i first saw it i was kind of like that kind of cop-out. It's just like emojis like it's not it's not original or anything but it's like nope. Somebody new renew. This is going to be catchy and replicable. And all that shit but he. Shane made himself into it. It was like him holding a beer and he said album out or Special drops tomorrow. I think it was and that was it and the only promotion and i texted him like no promoing. Ambience surprise album and i was like cocky dude music notes stupid. I don't like doing promo. i'm not good at it. it also becomes like i'm talking about it so it's like i don't know if he thought through it like that but it's almost like you get promo by not doing the promo like i didn't fill in the the essay. I turned it you know. What's the risk so man if you're living in new york or you're on the internet these guys are just so blocking funny. I love like frankie finding out about soder watching people showing somebody a video. They've never seen or telling a story that haven't heard of breaking news when you and i think they know who the ever seen his acts when you know someone and like you watch them watched those people for the first time. It's like frankie saw soda. Because he was when we were in detroit he was talking about. He had just seen soda and he's doing the high pitch voice has kept doing your boy. I guess there's a bit where he doesn't care about babies crime plans because that's what happened. When i was on the plane. I come off the plane and talking about how i put my headphones out and let the baby win because like it was crying so loud and it was turning it up. It was it was coming over here. There was too much noise with the music and the baby. The baby cry and He said that he hits soda. Do a spit and it was like. He doesn't care about babies crying. He cares about when they can talk. He's like they don't shut up. Yeah he's a hill we on the end of the jetway. Your little boy like a six year old wouldn't walk up ain't gonna in that. Jesus fucking kills this thing. Yeah yeah going on and no disease. His nieces sixth and seventh grade volleyball team and he goes a bit about. Picking age of consent rhode island. You're up first twelve. No dude no go. I wanted to go. I don't. That's what i really really appreciate comedy like. It would have been funny if he just said why. I have to go first but the added like this is the hardest one. Extra line is just so fucking funny. He said that that's the best way to get out of going to like your nephews stuff. When someone's like the ball game agree in fourth uninvited. Disinvited never yeah. It's the little kids on the plane. I thought was a internet like trump. I guess people really do get that mad about jeff. I mean like i was. I was a little annoyed but it wasn't like you know around for some stuff that baby up. We're gonna slack. That kid. I i i don't i don't i don't i. Something happens when people get on a plane where they think that they are entitled to things being the exact way they are like. I mean i talked about before. But i will never understand the outrage on the reclining of the seat now it i done it. I've become reliant. i never did it. I mean they gave you the option. Everyone can recline and let's be honest. It doesn't change yours experience if you're behind it that much now. It doesn't lately. I've i've been most of my life until fairly recently staunchly anti brooklyn. I never cared of me. But i didn't recline because i'm gonna plus I've changed my ways. I if it like moved the whole seat back and hit your feet or something but if something like this to this and then you just feel like that. Just don't fuck and get the crazy outrageous. Like you have to sit in a chair the way i want you to sit in your chair even though it's made to do this and babies can't make noise around me. It's like shut the fuck up even before i had kids and now once i do have kids like i don't give up fucking gimmes by because they've ruined my life so which is why john mullany is a crazy person. We'll talk about it. It's brought to you by bare-bottom clothing. I'm wearing my bare bottoms right now. This is my bottom pants. 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I don't even need the after. I wanna look like mr before. And i'm happy to understand that i do but Yeah sometimes xl baby. But it's it's awful because it's like it's not. I don't like fill out in the arms like a little kid but it's better than having like But yeah. I don't care what size you are. These bottom clothing bare-bottom shirts are unbelievable. It's bare-bottom clothing bear. Like the animal. Be a our clothing dot bare-bottom clothing dot com promo code. Kfc and you can get free shipping on that first order. It's let me just double check that real quick to make sure i got it right. It is bare bottom clothing. Dot com promo code. Kfc to get that. First order. john mullany having a baby with a libya and that is fucking insanity it is on no no no fucking in sanity. It's crazy town. Totally totally agree totally agree. But if you're going to be crazy town with somebody decrease good choice to be crazy town. That's like he's the mayor. She i mean like she's like crazy and she might be. I don't fuck in china. i know. I've seen the slide shows. Seen the slide shows she live among was eaten asfour mike. Adriana was a lithium in chris pine with put in tongues inspectors before adriaan ahead gape club gave gloves. Love say i know john. I obviously have seen them but there are people out there who are not understanding the reference. So we're gonna have to explain to them. That is a pair of fucking gardening clubs basically that girls have to wear the oil them up so much. Hey let's have a conversation if you give you need gloves to open your bundle too much oil. You're using another way. You're putting that much. God damn oil on the girl if you need if you need john a drop cloth if you need a tarp underneath too much whatever much oil lube fuck and milk who fucking sticks of butter up too much. You seeing the video. I'm not making it up. The cape gloves is earning. You sells them. You think sells them on the website. Find out let's let us find out. I'm just going to google gate. You look at like the website. I'm gonna keep gloves. There are some prudes and some girls who are very confused and and an angel has read it Lean on gets you read it. One year ago someone posted a by much gave. It says. ask your mom. Is your mom joke ever executed. That really might be the funniest month fucking classic rope. I cannot think of a scenario even remotely close to how awful it would be if you found your mother's gape club you find you find. Find your mom's fucking sex toys lingerie you find sex tape with your parents. You find you find your dad's sex toys and lingerie none of that even comes close to of you opened up a drawer or fucking closet or a box of that belongs to your mother. And there's a pair of goddamn gloves designed not read your shit freshly you. Ask your mom imagine. He walked in the garage wearing a pair of gloves. One day like that holy shit the gape gloves gape clubs exists. Lena crown tells us what the fuck gape clubs are. Let's see what this youtube about. I mean this is this is special. Gape gloves is a deep cut. Deep game blows. Geico's is like knowing the san francisco armory like you are a real one boy what that means. And what what that's about. I didn't i never thought could i. I'd see linked to these clubs. The muncie agape. Close on at seaman. Rpi gave gloves on things. Because he's a fucking pervert gloves gloves. See-sawed open open your swing. This chicks got all the fuck in supplements and shit. Here we go. Oh my god face into the easier because the caney worthy are than the you already are on. Of course we must talk about a game about walking pervert here. I love game but now would you says those gloves would fit me. If i wanted goes the apollo is not save big. Are these something that you sell. I honestly both them online. I look at your own solo market. Make your unique to explain. Dan will fall hans. You see tons of people. Use them at scenes because was one then. What's the fucking idiot. Ruining the moment tan you fucking let them over breed fucking italian as i've seen the girls used them before are counties because was one thing in in america extreme rain with mine cheese right. Yeah yeah you're totally star performer. Who had hiv and he didn't want to infect girls it. I realized how he's using gloves. I don't think i knew. hiv was. Yeah that doesn't matter. Second of all sucking the air out of you gave gloves aids. Fucking hot chick. Describe what gave gloves are and keep the aids in your fucking mouth girl. Talk about anal sex. Shut the fuck up. He wasn't having sex with girls. This is all. He was just bright gaping bell. Wait wait wait goddess. You gotta see that one. He has done. The gaping bed. Sheets wasn't having sex with girls. This is just bright. Doing the randy moss fucking end zone dance. Mayo's that laugh about things evolve. 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I don't think it is. I think that we're fucked man now. We are definitely if we're fucked. Everyone listen to shows. We're in the way that mike adrianos dick comes out of the side of the camera. It's almost like you're wearing three d goggles. It's just crazy. It's like the way shark comes by an aquarium. You know you're looking at the aquarium wall and all of a sudden like a giant whale or floats out. It's just like whoa. He's got his own gloves pocket and puts it in the game and everyone who we've learned today is everyone on the fucking anal set his aids. What about yeah. There was the guy with globe because he had aids. What so. I remember when i fucking wrote a blog way back in the day like you had some ignorant talk about really you think you can catch it. Run away from the kids or something. I was the one that was super us. Thought you could get something more offensive aids by my roommate fucking he worked and i never actually believe making jokes on the internet back back with. He's kind of these guys. Jokes are okay. Back has allowed what he worked for guy who had aids and like they worked out of his apartment and they keep again this time. Like fucking computer and you come on. We're going to have a hand. Like i was kind of kidding but like as i said i do i do not completely don't understand. I think almost everybody i would imagine went through Paranoid hangnail phase. That you think you can get it from him. Like on your fingers. I didn't do that now now. I'm about to hit. i go through my phase. He's starting now. Because i still kind of feel that way. It's like i know that if it's in the air you can't get it so that i understand come on the keyboard instead. But if i'm things are sealed. And i've got like a hangnail cut. Why not why not why. I don't know they. Google said you can't it's like i don't know about now on google before i gotta get some gloves before i go there anyway. John mullany olivia munn. I think is crazy in all the good ways and all the very bad ways i think that she. You're not that hot that successful and that kinky with back in the day. She's got gay clubs at home if you're not like crazy on the other side. Did you hear the story about her emailing him. Nuts fucking wacky man. She back in two thousand fifteen she was like. I'm obsessed with john. Mullane met him at a wedding. I think it was myers wedding. They talking about that on the show last night. 'cause that's where mullany announced that he had a baby if you haven't seen it i don't know if we're allowed won't be allowed to put it in in our you to go watch this. Seth meyers bit where he announces it. It is insanely awkward. She met him at the wedding. She she was like i danced with him and his fiancee all night long. 'cause i'm like obsessed with him and then i emailed him afterwards being like. Hey do you guys want to hang out. And he never wrote back. Probably because i had the wrong email like you probably got the wrong. 'cause his wife was like what the fuck delete that shit right for libya but then also you know that. This is kind of like her celebrity crush almost like her obsession and like the instant that he's divorced. She swoops in and grabs him. And then the instant there together she's pregnant. This is some crazy trick predatory shit. Yeah but like on mullany doesn't even know john laney's in the spin cycle because he's fucking olivia munn and he's getting his brains fucked out in a way that he never even imagined he's wearing the gabe loves and so he's just like along for the ride and she's like now a trap for life. I think that was going to say john. He in one year he he. He announced he was an alcoholic. He moved out and got a got a divorce. He went to rehab. He gets out. Then he relapses. He got an intervention with his friends. Went back to rehab. Which i've read that. He wait a hundred and thirty pounds for. That's crazy town. He also might not. He might not have been that big of a guy to begin with he. Oh he's definitely a skinny guy. He's i think he's done a taller side. Yeah hundred thirty. Pounds is like six tall. I would think he's like a buck sixty though so i don't think like losing. Yeah i guess you probably right. You know it's like it's it's skinny but it's not like i don't think i've ever if you went down to like one thirty you would be like well. Yeah fat but has the intervention goes back to rehab gets out of rehab goes to sober. Living then goes to la and immediately is in a relationship with the number. One thing they say is like. Don't be in any relationship during recovery. And not like sandra bullock said any any relief. Was you the speed and relationship for trauma or anxiety. Situation bound failed. Yes i wrote for the kids. But i don't know i'm and that's where i was funny. I doing one minute. And i was like or i don't know maybe there's a scenario where they're both a little bit older so things move faster because you know exactly you do and don't want and you find someone who fits it and it is their business put come on man. It's been a regular piece of his comedy like multiple about not wanting get right. Well actually never says expose liking always says we don't know the people who like kids and then all of a sudden he just has one because a lithium on either wanted one or did it or you know what i mean like you. Don't just flip the accident. Like i live your monthly tricked him. I don't know. I think it could be an accident siren. A you offer control. Pretend she was on it. I think but i think it. Like i think i think he's kind of like whatever beyonce man you know i. I'm guessing just an accident. They're both loretta cares. If you're if you're both crazy originally fucking maybe some of those lake. Like i don't know i'll see i'll be the fun of alone. Kid i mean. I guess if you know if you're if that's the case shore but if you're talking about like actually having your kid and raising it like to try to keep up your comedian career comic career and have this kid and fight your addiction and deal with. What i believe is a crazy girl. I mean it's like it's a lot on your point is life is out of control right now and that's not making fun of him or me lake judging him or whatever that's just like that's just looking at a paper and reading what's on the page. It's been at one point i. I'm sure he did that. Like like on the on seth meyers. He listed out for a reason. Locate all this shit going on and it's like yeah shit going on john like you got to. I mean if you if you do it right you should be like ready and in a good you know. Some sort of agreement with a partner in a relationship with a partner should be financially sound professionally. Sounds like ready to go. And nobody ever really is point. That's how you should. Yeah that's what you should strive for and everybody you know. Nobody gets perfectly but also he's at the other end of the spectrum man. That's and the x factor is being rich because it's like if regular addicts and crazy girl had a baby. It's like not might not survive but it'll be fine. I guess put. It's like if you're john mullany friend for that way. That was all if i was going through all that. If i like i basically did that all happen to me and everything happened to me and i came in a matter of months and i'm like i'm having a kid with another baby a with another girl you would just be like i'm have before you say behind my back. I don crazy. I really like having him if honestly if if we're really playing that out if you did that is awesome -gratulations. I'd be like it's like looking for him. That's yeah that's what i said. I was like i'm not going to preach about it. I'm just saying that. I kinda was in a very similar situation. Very public messy divorce had to pick up the pieces and start fresh. And i'll tell you literally the last thing in the world. I wanted to have another relationship and have another baby that is crazy and both adults and all that shit do what you want. Best of luck. I real- i feel bad for his ex wife like she went into rehab as well for her own issues. Oh i don't know that. She had like eating disorder issues when enduring their divorce and then he dates a superstar and has a kid. I'm sure i'm sure they had the discussions about maybe having their own kids. You know he said something. He brings literally every special. It's like it's like in ted lasso when the dickhead owner has kids with the new. Like jump off when he never wanted to have it with the original word. It's like it's like the shittiest thing should he's feeling i mean that is a tough one man can. Can you do me a favor. Can you go grab keys. Because i wanna know. I almost went over. We can do this tour. I call her this morning. She is distraught really. She got her. But i wanna know why. There's the obsession with drama and i. I'm a huge blast. Which i think he's very funny but he's like the only comedian in the world. Who is i. Guess it's because we we talk about a little bit where you're saying people have train wreck but like it was even before he was a train wreck that people like love him. He was like two or three years but was very colleague pulling there no other comedians who are beloved likely women. Far you talking about women specifically women specifically now. Because i'm like you know. Bill burr dave skelly. People love those guys. They love them. But like i couldn't tell you about personal life like people janis dog name and they know his wife's name and like they they're like people love john. I like very one of my favorite comics. I mean he's fucking larry's but i. I don't understand why he became such a celebrity. What i don't understand is definitely the like the sex appeal. No no shade. Dom laney but like key kelly being like. Oh my god. Like i'll suck his dick everyday till i'm dead. What that guy. He's handsome in totally. I mean i certainly understand. If it's like he's smooth and good talker humourous get all that but but even that type of comedy like. He's got that hello queen. He said go get keys. And what did i say. I legitimately was like. No don't i don't know if she can handle this she's distraught right now. Do you know this is about why. What is the. Why do you like joe. is it with me. 'cause i just want to clarify. I'm a big john mullany fan. I don't understand why why he's a such a celebrity because no other comics are celebrity like him and be. Why like why isn't girls about. He's not he's not ugly and he's very funny so i guess i just question but your extreme it feels a little It feels a little critical you to act like you don't know everybody loves john. Malini what he's because he okay. I wish i had a little bit of time to prepare just to explain exactly how much i love him. He's one of those people that he started his stand. Avenues really young. And he was kind of like he was self deprecating views. Also really cute and really relatable to a lot of people in a way of like. I talked to my parents and on fuck religion and whatever but not in a way where it was adopted us and so we really liked him. None is just so fucking funny all the time and he was super cute and then he has like all kinds of weird stories that he would throw out there every once in a while that how he was a bad boy so it was like okay. This guy like you can't. Yeah okay. we're one in the same. He's drink he realized. I don't i didn't know that when he when he came very first special in his woes. Squeaky clean guy is right bad. I think that that's why a lot of people say that now but in his new if people have been paying attention all along. I've been singing his song. For how many years at this point in his very new in town one he talks about how he he used to drink. And then you drank to much and now he can't drink anymore and that's what i always fuck resented that bit because i was like you're just describing his party but you know he leaves was downplaying. The situation ready to it. I if you read into it. He drank when he was like a kid like he would drink like his dad's drinks his parents. He was like an alcoholic for money was twelve stealing cigarettes smoking. I'm like he was a bad kid growing old college where he graduated college. I smoked cocaine the night before shit like that was the control i mean i like the i like that. He's on life. It's a surprise. I'm assuming and he's really funny and he's charismatic. He's cool he's adorable and whatever and like he just always he's just i don't know something about him has always always iran to him. Well listen to this becomes i. I almost wrote this in my in my blase about this. But i didn't wanna. I'm very hesitant to talk shit about now that there's like a baby involved get a little bit about it. I'm like you know. Well whatever honestly but like whatever but if she can if she can step on marriage and manifest her way into a relationship and knock get knocked by. John mullany on on might start. I mean i'm a great step. Mom probably libya washer fucking bat. Literally on this free world was clearly like super weird about being obsessed with with me. She emailed she met him at no. She met him at. Seth meyers when she met him at sapphires wedding. In two thousand fifteen he also in this interview that he did with meyers last night. He said this met her there. She emailed him after the fact it was great meeting. You like would love to hang out again. She was there with his wife his wife of seven years great meeting. You would love to meet with you. Whatever and then told everyone in her circle of friends and his that she was obsessed with him and like wish that she could date him to the point where it was like weird. Everybody is okay. Well he's fucking married. So what's the deal. Soon as he was single she was like she was so getting contact with fee. Laid out the timeline gone. He laid off the time. I listen to this time and again it's a baby involved. Whatever timeline is september of last year he goes to rehab. He gets out in october. He goes back to rehab. In december now went back to december out. in february april time goes to l. a. Meets olivia munn pregnant. What weeks later she if you have you seen the picture of her. I was sent to me over the weekend and i got really upset. And you can't say this is pregnant especially because the new york post didn't say she's pregnant. It was like olivia months steps out without her boyfriend. John mullany and it's looking literally six months pregnant. I'm like bitch. I've ever seen in my life but i couldn't say shit and they're going to announce it now like she's so obviously pregnant. There's no way they could ignore it three days later. He's on my talk about. Goes john mullany ever just like house fall on my lap. I will have to tell him. Like i've been creepiest. I'm saying if she did was she she's still got cheese. I'm not saying that there might be learning a chance at all times. But it's kind of ridiculous insane. The way that john mullany was talking about it in this interview with seth meyers is that he seems to be excited. It seems to be doing well. Whatever that's all fine blah blah blah blah blah. He talks about how olivia it makes. Me wanna bar. I can't even talk about it. Talks about how she like held his hand through like one of the hardest times life. And whatever boba okay. Yeah no that's lovely. But she's not lovely. She's not why are for like she's sound like savior. Who came in and helped him during his bullshit on lovely. Okay well. i'm sorry. Were you there when she ripped apart the rogers family because jordan rogers us all about that and we ignored him jordan rogers. You're just jealous of your brother. Aaron like nobody gives a fuck what you're talking about. Turns out she ripped apart their family and chris pine what happened with that that weird buchan powerpoint that she made for him. Everybody thinks it's so hot it was weird. It was weird. She's a she's a freak. That's fine w free. Just be a weird and a freak. And emit hey. I was obsessed. John mullany and i tracked him with his baby. Doe's saying happening fingers fucking cross like bringing to sit down on my head. I'm sick of this. I'm sick of this eleven. My question is just because he used to drink and he's you know there's just no doubt about it. I'm like i all things. Nothing's bad about them. But it's just like. I guess maybe that's why like most comedians are kinda like average guys regular. He's a little more put together. He stands out a little bit put together. That's the thing is put together probably what it is. That's it presentable on the outside a handsome guy to have your on his arm but also he's got a little bit you know. His jokes are smart. I mean you like him like him. Argument isn't like anti. It's just like i've never seen a comedian. So mad at you. Who's like just. Don't get john what i'm i keep. I keep adding the fucking the qualifier that. I'm a huge fan. Yeah you john. I've ever seen a comedian who who is basically just the comedian like yeah. I have such celebrity power. But he's on even before his breakdowns. He was on page six time beauty. He's john lewis and the knicks game. That doesn't happen the comedians. He's a comedian. Who has several. Did you see bill. Burr doing in the news like he's a community all kinds of shows. I guess maybe. I mean excuse comics who are very popular. He's also a writer for other things like he wrote for us now for a long time like he's been around the block. Everybody is going to get attention in that area. Like knows who he is. I think that he has like famous enough friends that he is now by proxy very famous so whenever and now forget it now so his thing was very his all rehab. All that was very public. That was i would say i. I really saw him on. I don't think. I saw john mullany much in public like this until he went to up to another level. Yeah he was always. He was our page six a lot. For what fully. The knicks game beyond the rangers game. John ladies out on the town. Guess i feel it's bullshit by the way this is. This news is overshadowing. brittany is over sharing. I hadn't even thought about brady one time today. That's because i'm thinking about britney. Britney is right now aliens who was clamoring to free brittany the same way. They were all about their aliens and then we were like okay. Here's the aliens and everyone's like here for britney's free basically and everyone's like okay. Whatever johnny's fucking remind you know who else's who's burning right now. I was talking about it earlier fossett all. She got died the same day as a michael jackson. Everybody talking about it faucet yes cook. Nobody I don't know why we were talking about earlier. Be on newstalk. I don't know. I think that jon malini didn't quite get the amount of attention that he did until this. I think that his special that came out if you were you know fancy lucky enough to see it like i was city. Why all the story. He does stories told there. He's now like saying on this interview. A little bit seth meyers. he's talking about intervention. he talks about rehab. Whatever all with a straight face. This is not normal not all. This is a crazy set of circumstances. And a timeline of events to just be like we're having a baby and he was explaining it but it's like even still it's crazy even if you like admit to it it's just like like the follow up question seth meyers he. He's like your friends. What else are you to do. But like if we're if you wanna keep it real that the reaction would be like are you fucking. That's what i was saying. See this morning. I said i was like. I'm trying to put myself if it were one of my friends. Like not somebody that i'm obsessive on the internet like if it were my friends if it makes them happy. That's i feel like you have no choice but to do that i wouldn't want to. I would definitely be talking shit on the side tax. I would in my to my persons. Because i'm always scared. Aside text you're going to become not so even inside text. I'd like very selective about what i do. But i'm happy for kevin. It's just that's not. That's not enough. It's not what i would do. But no it's like. Hey this is fucking crazy. But i guess whatever. There's a baby now so we have to be happy about it. That's my answer to me. It's like oh you know where my friend i wouldn't do. Black tar heroin but if it makes them happy there's no stopping your friends from doing disruptive they just seems it just seems what's crazier you know what the wildest thing is if john mullany were to break up with. Olivia munn and start dating kelly. He would get even crazier now. Doing mazing and honest situation is like the ideal. I think i think i'm i think i'm going to be so. I don't want kids with olivia months kid. She would eat you alive. I mean maybe she would eat you. Let's just learning walkie talkie to read which cards in my house by like for fun knowing do this. I'm just doing so. Yeah so relaxing. The tarot deck keys. I think he's the only person i follow on talks every morning. There's keys it's it's keith. Gown candles no no bullshit. That's my new shit. Kevin supporting micro at that road. Easy fucking crazy. Olivia on with walk in like bucket ramsey. Go at open the gates bits. Open the gates. Subset i'm not you for discounting me a for that. Well that's unfair. She's you with money a team in power and stuff. Yeah but then. I could get a money and a team and power and then i'll be a star do it. Maybe i will push that. I needed fuxing. Thanks said earlier. I was like i think one of those like hot chicks fox and his crazy and she goes. Oh i know. I know i get it before you leave. I have a question. Yes i'm gonna say two words. Okay you me know if you know what they mean. Okay may own film this. No i hate when you guys do this. Because it's going to be something gross. Oh yeah. I'm gonna look like an asshole because i'm like what is it gave clubs i if we put bets on it. If we put bets on. I think i would have said. Hey guys what he's doing here do you think more people eight no gape clubs the not. The guy was saying like anyway. Select exactly what you're talking about. A lot of people are vanilla with their sex. Ed porno a great example of people knowing what their sex the other day we were recording. Because of what. I said to reimburse what the fuck was it was something like Shit some kind of porn people looking up. And i was like yeah. People look at that point all the time and it was a gross fucking point. I got to think of something like that Fuck think of it. But i said it a while i said it and she said that she came out. You guys were not around. And then she came out it was like oh would you guys into this. And everyone's like know. What the fuck is she talking about. And i was like it was like if a girl wanted to spit your come back into. Yes yes yes thank you thank you. People like i was like people have called snowball talking being like. Oh this guy like wants me to come back and his people are into that wait. Brilliant thanks porn topic. It's a popular now tells everybody everyone's like the fuck i was like if john and kevin were around they would know they say okay. You work walker. K b owen. Dukes right rudy and i was there to explain reassumes kind question for you. I mean i don't know where this is going. Because i don't even know. What is this panel shows. She said it's to you with a fine ass woman with a fine ass woman. Yeah and i'm like okay go proceed. She's okay you come in her mouth and i was like. Oh boy. we're really doing in my show. I use this guy shows And she and she wants to spit that. Come back into your mouth. will you do it now. I know that i will right. We've talked about this last week to go. Alright any any check in the middle of the action. And then i can't catch it once. I've come which i have done into her mouth out telling you in the moment okay. You're going to do it right. I know when i do it. So i said i said no immediately and then it kind of became like i mean brandon walker wouldn't even have the discussion. I'm there's no. I don't wanna be in the room right now and then and then everybody else was annot and then my man. Rude boy me and him were. Maybe because at the end of the day like would i want to really know. I will do like literally anything in bed. Yes at least once. I'll try everything that one. I don't see much appeal to. But i said how do you think down but then but but i really want to but were like not to be convinced to do anything. My argument was this market. Missus i said i was like in the heat of the moment. It's happening quick. Like you comment her mouth. She spits in. Your mouth is probably within the computer better but you say right now. I just came so well camouflaged. She just pops up. And she's like that dinosaurs from jurassic park slow deliberate. I as a fast paced situation came out that i'm turning around but like oh yeah if you want a sneak attack me with come he gets hacked. I think it's on your home. I'm not going to be feeling that. If i could somehow keep that mentality you're not gonna get lost in it for thirty seconds. I don't think so. Thirty seconds is longtime It wouldn't be my idea but if a heart tricks when doing logging. I mean like girls lying naked on top of you. And she's like. I'm going to come back in your mouth. You know an excuse. Me ma'am mostly lowering the bar. Things might go haywire pretty fast when we drink like sick water. He's come back. How can you then rea- goes Have any of you guys ever tasted your own. Come mealy the whole room. Lions south of day boys gave their own call honesty. We need honesty in this house will just come clean literally come clean. All right. I gotta. I'm leaving out here yeah. Commerce thanks for the incomparable kelly. Keith shout out to her go listen to her on because we got high and bachelor party and all that shit i gotta go because we got high. Today i to write a joke. Yeah doing do knows got to do it. Jaggi right joke. I didn't know we have the right. One oh yes. She said they tell jokes. The right one boy right one i. I don't know how to do that. Got a classic joke written. Yeah yeah no. That's really up against it. Actually one hour. You know what you do is you gotta get a a real solid. Dad joke that just everyone just kind of goes like a joke and they chuck only laugh and it gets a little. I actually heard this one this weekend. Hit me when does the job become a joke when it becomes apparent talking. Good jokes are jokes. Are fucking dolton and fucking the pinnacle comedy if you asked me one of the greatest things ever dad jokes This is the this'll be the closest episodes of september eleventh that we have And i memorialize this moment on every year from here on out. I'll do it on on the kevin clancy show. I talked about this man. Bill morrow the man who bowled a three hundred on nine eleven. I think the greatest american of all time. I think the story needs to be up there with the red bandanna and all the other tales of nine eleven the interview that he wants did is spectacular. John he didn't interview this. This guy hunted him down got to him in two thousand eighteen and rings a bell and his wife like pick up the phone and was like i got us just said he was like for seventeen years. I've been waiting for this. Like she knew one day would happen. He worked at a paper mill. He and he was like yeah. There was no there was no. Tv's like at work. What where do you fucking like. If you work in some sort of paper factory two thousand one man like your music we had. We had a radio and so we listened to that and then he he goes. i got home. i went to work. I got home around three thirty. I ate supper i go. Six thirty was practice. Seven o'clock was league and and they were like they didn't they didn't think people are fucking handling the games on nine. Eleven he was like. Where was this It's south western. Pennsylvania massachusetts green greenberg grading grading south western mass. It's you know it's different. And he was like yeah. They didn't cancel so we all showed up and and then and then he stopped bowling. Said he hadn't bowled twelve or thirteen years and they said why he goes because the facilities. Like if it's not up to par like he's not he's not doing it but like not not our remember our country's greatest terrorist attack in history so much about it and i said this on the other on the podcast like if you were to hope that guy polygraph or give me some truth serum and you were like what's the great day your life there's a chance is answer would be september eleventh nine eleven thousand like. Gimme your mount rushmore. When i was married. When i when i had kids i don't say that i like retired and nine eleven. Two thousand one. I don't think you need to give him fucking fulfilled news time eleven. I mean you. There was a bowling alley. Tv that had like the smoldering wreckage in the background. With a live shot and matt lauer was know that him and his buddies. We're like picking them all like cheering high-fiving every single time. Those pins fell the year like on the darcus day in modern american history. It's the greatest story ever told me he's out there fucking going for his last strike hero. Babe b. hero be law. Firefighters are fucking running rubble looking for bodies. Like be a goddamn hero. Greg you know what you know. What bill bill. Morrow i bet if you asked some of those first responders who were on the scene pulling bodies out of rebel like what do you think of bill morrow bowl and a three hundred on nine eleven. They'd be like seven pm. It'd be like fuck. You know nothing he could have done hours working ruined my day. He goes. giuliani said. America's not going to stop their way of life. I didn't stop mind. Yeah osama bin. Stop bill moral not for ten hours. John's not little minute. Did bill morals change because of nine eleven god. They've stories three thirty now supper. You didn't have his hellofresh. That's the problem he had to eat. Whatever was thrown on the table there. Whatever our but with hellofresh could've made his own meals and twenty thirty minutes. He could chose from a wide variety of menu selections. He goes through a wide variety of diet selections kito vegetarian and you this year that he could have picked a family meal the as him and his kids. You could've picked just for him and his wife. I'll wait it's wednesday. Let's pick next week's meals for john. Let's do it next week. Next week's hellofresh as in jersey and stuff like that i was. I paused it all. This is like Next week tonight or whatever. 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That's too much that's big. That's what i said it's like i know. I know what some people in eighth grade we're doing. I was a loser. So i wasn't doing it but i know what some some girls guys were doing in eighth grade. I was k. Through five six to eight. Yeah this is a this is a Catholic school it's k. Through eight it's like she's gonna be in this cafeteria with like a fourteen year old. I don't know. I like this. Fucking nuts pushing doses. No no my baby girls all grown up but they they. They sent this like care package home to get ready for school and they said something. Something called ready. Confetti which was a really actually very nice cute thing it was this little pouch with confetti in it and they said you put this under your pillow at night and it gives you streams so it was. It was more like i guess. A lot of kids maybe get scared of kindergarten because this is a preemptive attack for having bad dreams having nightmares. Put this on your pillow shave. Really wasn't she's good to go fucking school but she wanted these this pouch under her pillow and she loved it. She like with looking forward to better nicely do yummy yum my stars. We'll start there so where my stars and Then they moved this past weekend and in the move somebody through the stars out. And i i mean she was so into this and i went into like full-blown dad mona's like i got. I gotta replace the stars. And i went on this quest to find a approach and some stars and i don't know we're not go to find a fucking drawstring pouch you know so i had to. I had to run the gauntlet of michael's and homegoods and the the hobby lobby and the dollar tree. Or whatever joann fabric may be on. When i go to those places i would absolutely kill my. I only ever been any of these. Two michaels michaels was insane. Michaels is like a warehouse of other people's garbage. It's just stuff everywhere there was. There was a whole. I'll dedicated to bird. Houses eighty nine to by the way eighty nine was like because it was like two on each thing so it was like forty aisles. Technically like eighty nine. Somehow it all added up. I was like this eighty nine miles in this joint hall. Bird houses how birdhouses so in demand that there's a whole fucking over them and then next to the birdhouse i'll was shapes shake and it was just wouldn't shapes. Here's a triangle. Here's what purpose john. I dunno like shapes. Did they mean letters like it was. It was some some kind of looks like s shaped score elites thing but a lot of them were just like. Here's a square. Here's a circle. Here's a i. Don't i don't know and then there was all of this random shit that's like i was like. Can you point me to the nearest bullshit. I'll just absolute garbage here. It's crazy. And then i found a pouch. No i found the stars. I because they did finally got arts and crafts. That made sense to me like confetti. You'll stick stars whatever. Okay got the stars and one point. I was walking around on filming for instagram. And this little old lady goes. Do you need help. And mostly because i was filming but also because i'm an idiot i was like i kept walking and i was like i absolutely need a course i need help. Maybe this is the one thing in the world. I've needed the most help with in my entire life where to find a fucking mesh out for confetti. And i couldn't find her talk the old lady no she disappeared and i kept walking around with the ghost making housing. Was this a figment of my was killed in fucking arts and crafts accident. years ago. hoti on michael's ever. Since i said no she would have fucking killed you. Bound boxes issue points to with the hot glue. Gun fucking i got there. I finally found a white powder and yellow pouched shays pouch was blue and i was like i really want to try so i was like i got it. I have a fallback. I'm good then. There's one person at the register and you think that would be okay. On labor day at michael's five thousand people in it was fucking crafts. Libro apparently motherfuckers either bugs. You need their shave. These people who are regularly doing arts and crafts. We're busy out partying on labor day. Here fucking right. That's labor day. Any holidays one of the biggest parts of grozny year. Because no one has any fucking friends. And they're like. This is a sad day christmas eve or boy they craft like a motherfucker. Tong depressed so i get i get the bag but i'm like i wanna try. I did. I want to try to get the blue one so i next door is homegoods and homegoods is the home of the baskets basques miles for as far as the i can see baskets baskets on baskets where it's like you gotta get a big basket to put your little baskets in there. Then you have to have the tiny baskets to put inside a little baskets and then you put all of that inside one gigantic. The amount of stuff that you buy at home goods that you then also need to buy some sort of container at home goods for the stuff you just bought because you need to organize it at your home like why not. Just not have this shit in your house. It's all one giant warehouse of things you don't need and then the containers or the places to then store them rather than just not having this shit. I see this woman and homegoods. Acm i walked in. You know usually when you walk into any store. It's like at good walking by store when you walk by an agent in manhattan summer. It's like it's like a waste of the desert in god. That bursts of cold air. I was waiting for that. It was like it was so hot. I can taste homegoods and there this time. I'm like i'm not even fucking looking around this joint. There was way too much on there. And that place has real furniture and shit. So i wanted to be like all right. Where's your garbage. I'll find your trash. And i walk up to this girl and i'm like i need like a party favor bag little mesh thing. You put it. In whole drawstring in the top. And i'm doing this. And she looks being the is and she's like now don't have that and i was like i wanted to be like you're right you don't you're probably don't fucking light to me. You didn't actually no. You don't have them. It wasn't like oh already sold out or like. Oh we're you know we didn't order them. It's not like you know what i'm talking about and you know you don't have them. You just looked in my. I saw the struggle so other crusade. I was on and told me like which. I get definitely kevin. I did the other day i lost. I lost my sunglasses. And i called the bar. I was at and geico a call guy. He's gonna look for you one for the regular milk. Had he put me on. Hold for twelve minutes. Oh wow and and just never came back. So i hung up call back. I was like hey. I think i got disconnected different. I answered and disconnected. I looked a pair of black sunglasses there last night and i was wondering if you've seen him she goes. I haven't seen him part. Was a woman completed brochures and i was like respected unit. Like like it was. It was not even didn't even consider pretending like put the phone down standing over thirty seconds ago now not in the loss of great well awesome lost boss at fox hound i got. I got a quickly before we have three quick like ordering food situations. I one i call this place. I order a order pie for lunch right now on this kick. I get a white pie with peppers on. What are you saying pie pizza or a pizza. Yeah that's the thing we got a pie with. Mario just fucking suck my dick right. So you got a white pizza with peppers in it and to order that like you know kind of separate so i call this place and i were ordered one o'clock and i just totally forget about it. I was like still moving the kids into the house. I was going home totally. Forget about it. Dinner rolls around. I haven't eaten. I'm like oh i want. I want that pizza. I'm like oh wait a minute. I fucking order pizza like five hours ago in that scenario. Would you call up. What would you do in that scenario. You wouldn't go to the same store but if you wanted pizza what would you do know of and what would you would you pretend you're a different person. Yeah yeah i was named museum name is sitting so you pick up. Yeah has become different so i because it was a weird order. I think they were going to know. I got paranoid that they were gonna know. And i like i don't really want to pay for it to pies so i i said i ordered a pie earlier. Registered i'm sorry. I totally forgot about it. It was almost like old school. Like what do you recommend. Ideally and they were just like it's still your income that will that's like six hours and they were like i didn't. I didn't say that though. I said okay i said can you Throwback heated up for me. Because i'm also thinking like i read pizza. That is a day all this is only a few hours old. So then i go and i get it and i walk back and i opened up and it's like black because they like cooked it well and cooked it again and so oh experiences ruined so that's wants that same place. I called the next day doing the same thing they kept going about you. Please hold sometimes they just put you on hold except they kept hanging up. The girl must have been putting the wrong button so click and then i called back and they and they did it like three times and then eventually they were like you know like please hold and i was like you're hanging on me on me every time you're hanging stop not your fault at all. No but then now. I'm going to fight with them. Because you're right laws. He was like a bunch of old. And i was like hold on of it and then my third one delhi the other day i said. Can i get chicken cases ideas and he said how many that's a weird answer. That's a weird retort now and so if you fucked me. If i felt like trent with tiger woods where you guys stationed. I was like one. And i was like cut off like two top and bottom triangles. Is you tell me how many average are mostly people ordering several case. The average is like on. You only want one okay. But i was just like just just order please. And then somebody tried to say like well. It's it's a chicken case. Da dude yes. You're right but like you don't go and say like can i have taco tacos. No and that is more of like how many because like there's you know you do get more than one but just because there's an s. on the end doesn't mean it's automatically becoming a plural or i'd like i'd like taco please is that you order and i'm all alone. I just want one free with me. I was like. I got nothing that i played. How do they not eat the pizza. That's kind of what i think. Is someone in the kitchen. There's really what i thought. I was waiting for them to be like if i ordered another one. They going to be okay. 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Fan from from you know years gone by prior to all the shit big fan of him in the team. She's like a baseball nut. Puts up the the trevor joyal team the cincinnati reds. She invites the guy over. Soak it up him. He comes to her house. And i don't know when how this occurred. I don't know if it was a quick thing. When she was in the bathroom and overnight thing at some point he was in harass alone do just throws out all the trevor bauer memorabilia. Who's let's start off. hang on. let's start off by asking. Who is this because you don't even have paper in front of you know like a submitted. Sorry yoga i could like i say your name ready. Oh yeah yeah yoga you know who it is like she was on facebook. Or you know what a friend of yours no. Yeah it's it's a listener. Okay as what i want. I want to begin with her. Soul to begin traversing astle. He's by the way like he's you know like no don't even really talking about that. He hasn't played you know he's he's spending for one week right. And that's why maybe the dodgers are doing it right because if he just had a one hundred and eighty days suspension in the beginning it would have been a big fucking deal and they just let it trickle in to the point that nobody on the espn bottom ticker like water. Leak like they'll be suspended as leave of absence until september third. It's i think it's it's it's bothering me. Because i think what he did or allegedly did a shitty. So unlike i want i want justice if you will and the way. But the way they're doing it is smart. Pr because it's not a story but it also look. It's actually crazy to think on the daughter a crazy crazy. Yeah but i think the girls crazy because like fair retro one year I don't think it was much. I think he one who likes someone that much for unappealing team two with the two because it was he did the shortened season with them and then and then he didn't just do the short and sees them right. He's got a full season with him. I thought he was like i thought he was going on. His lebron do only one year deals did two thousand nineteen and two thousand twenty s so the one year and then the shortened season. You got a little bit better. But like i said for the player to ya. Have you know i. I don't know if it was a lot. I just had some memorabilia. Maybe it was a jersey twenty one games for them. That's not that's that's crazy. I love this game through. So so maybe she gets jersey when they got him. They acquired him there. You know pumped about that He had he gets his cy young. So maybe she had some cy young memorabilia. Let's say she. I'd like an autograph. Now let's say there's three things. Yea i i like that. Also that's still a little strange. Just get twenty one games and and the cincinnati reds so he was kinda like but no but in that time there wasn't even league according to me. Think about this though. If i like if i got something linda for when we signed him and then if he won an award this year and then next year i don't know i somehow acquire like an autograph or something like it's not like crazy. Isn't that crazy but it is. What is crazy is just going to someone's home throwing out their property. Yes that's like. That's i'd make fun of it. I'd pointed out this is what see explore been. I would say all this about. I would say let me let me you crack that egg yours. We'll see what that yolks looking like. Let let me say. I can. Unequivocally say isn't astle if you fuck somebody while they're asleep and passed out because you choke them unconscious your nassau. Yup if if you if you punch them repeatedly like in the ass and the stomach and the famous right from the pussy like To the point of their bruising and like in pain and it's like beyond what they year nassau. if you walk into someone's house and throw their belongings you aren't astle. I also would say if you prominently display the memorabilia of someone who is embroiled in the situation that trevor bowers in your bordering on nazzal yeah. Nothing's or whatever. It's like like if i walk into your house and you have like oj simpson simpson simpson shrine. You're an asshole. I walk into your house and you have Like a rate caruth jersey. Who's this is an easy one here. Astle sports fans sports fans everywhere. Every sports fan got into every sports fan is get. He's innocent beyond that. We're just stupid. Like all the amount of arguing. I've done about the mets this year. I'm like i'm literally wasting my life. Waste of my time my precious time on this earth. I am wasting by arguing about like. How many games. Back the mets are. What are you fucking doing with your life. Kevin but like but yeah it is over and they spend their money by shirt because this guy wears that shirt on the field. Like what are you fucking. Do i hate when captain cons goes on his thing about not wearing another man jersey. It's so fucking weird but it's it's not because of the reasons he saying it because of all the other reasons a stupid. That's it yeah. They're expensive. They look dumb a uniform that you wear to do this job. You're not doing it. You're out over there stupid. I think tried to to like there was a fight in the stands or something and like beat the shit out of somebody and like got charged with something bad and he was like you know. He's wearing a jersey. Yeah most people in the that like you guys. Just a bad person because it's a scumbag. Not because he's a fucking sportscenter So final answer the answer. He everybody like i think so. This is owner living room living room. Talk place at okay. I i think if you're going to display sports memorabilia that's gotta be in your office or man cave or woman came or she shed and wherever it is it just like in your living room. That's a lot. Thank you. I i i agree with that all right. Second among the asshole comes from pats girl taking the train ride home is today in this girl's just hysterically screaming crying like making herself throw up because her boyfriend broke up with her on the phone and it went on about forty minutes. And i'm sitting right next to her and she just didn't stop him on speaker fallen into the hallway just sitting right next to me. You can't do this to me. Throwing up tears. Coming rolling up like may china and like i said the whole time like scared to death pro pro. Why did you move because she was blocking another person to the right. Does it was like a three person seat. And i was on. You're stuck you're stuck fuck you move. I think no. I if you were studying pukes in next to me. I think i'd be here. Usually excuse me get up. I gotta get out no fucking way. I'd probably i'd probably just stand up. See like over to the kelly keith. Train break-up yeah. The speakerphone break-up while is is into sage can't do this anymore. Like i'm sorry you know what you know what he was saying. You're the type of bitch to put me on speaker phone on a train in public. You're fucking delusion. I if you put me on speakerphone at any point my parents do just hang up. My parents both wanna talk to me at the same time. I hang up because you can just hear the differently. My dad's across the room. I can't fuck in here. You guys speaker doesn't mean there's like a microphone. Rica phones a great way to not be able to hear nobody wins. Everybody lives you. Cannot you know what like i do a i think you do a iphone speakerphone like this for some reason. The the work. Maybe if you're in a car the work conference call conference room speakerphone. Echoing everybody sitting around that fucking thing that looks like a little spaceship. And there's a there's a delay as a pause kinda it's catastrophic. It's so it's the damn talks over these shut up be fucking quiet and if you do gotta talk like deep throat that fuck in speaker. Get up on that. Looks like a spider talking to him. All the way over here in big cavernous conference room with echoes. Nobody can hear a damn thing speakerphone. One of the worst all time pizzas walk on the streets of new york. Just doing that on speakerphone. Yeah razi or face to face. It's insanity what's with you psychopathic. Do you have no desire for privacy these ruin. Everyone's day today. I'm gonna go. I wanna be a fucking nightmare for everyone on seventh avenue. Because that's what. I walked behind all the time when i'm going home go into an office. It's always on seven half and you're also goddamn fucking loud. Just talk on the phone. Like a fucking person. We'll get a pair of headphones like a fucking person in the current age. Just just just like they talk like this and then switched to hear. This is like the fucking phone john. It's just every answer to every question on this podcast always like like don't put being normal. Don't break up with someone on a train and until you're puking public be normal. Don't how long don't post memorabilia of an alleged rape is. Don't throw out people's belongings. Don't don't don't don't don't don't just be normal. Matz anything like alleged rapists and stuff like that like ours in league ten more years. It'll be okay. Go kobe's everywhere companies. A hero hours guy like kobe. Hobie van kobe's. I'd say he's a fan. I'm a fan. I also know him. Sara just like i mean everybody's everybody's a fan of kobe mamba and all that shit. It's crazy how much we don't about to do get over this die. Char trevor goes ends up dead. Somehow you know actually. I don't know he really sucks. I think people go out her. Yeah he like he was hated. Beforehand has nothing redeeming their voicemails. 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And anything men's lifestyle. And i would find like a five foot seven jewish guy from massachusetts. That's my call. I think it would do well. There's a pretty good job. Three homes you got there. It's pretty south cult was going to say fuck in Like colts. I mean the the examples he gave us her are monsters. Then we have a nice cool. Yeah why don't like to rebrand like well. You know what i mean like. There's like cults is just what we choose to call like scary religions. Judaism catholicism all these. Those are red sox. Coal colts are are there because you are political parties colts. It's kind of what we talked about earlier. Where like because you're so deranged that you have to think that your guys innocent didn't do it. You can't ever remember when aaron hernandez was like i. This is like like literally. I still remember the call i had just left the mill in office and i was like scrolling twitter and i call dave i was. I was literally like there's a runoff adams. Street is a mcdonalds dunkin donuts. And there's like pat's pizza and you take that right. It's how you got back to my house. And i remember taking that right the phone ring dave and be. I was like yo. You're errands menendez killed. Somebody like that's crazy and dave. Actually i think dave was on. I can see. I think dave right away and i could see it. That's also different when it's like i'm so shocked by. Yeah i believe in this team so much. it's impossible it's like these like what's a murderers fucking athlete. That one was pretty quick. I was like oh. That's plenty of people don't we did it all like back when with steroids were real like faux pas. There real bad like everyone argued guys like now. I'm gonna fuck sure. Maybe did steroids or positive. Sure i don't fucking care. What are they gonna shit but we had to know. I mean politics is the worst. Is the craziest thing. Every you know your guide cheated. Your guide killed your guy voted against this for this and you know. Now here's the fucking evidence. Nope no the whole world just kind of falls into like what aboutism where it's like. Yeah what about your your guy though the fucking no man what what do you think is the best called the nicest colts like 'cause like you know like what catholicism is rooted in is good and then there's like it crusade basically get like like the ten commandments. Even know it's the the the the the there's two or three the golden rule you know it's like treat yourself Guys you treat others. There's like you know it's like don't kill don't Like whatever and treat others as you want to be treated there's like you'd off whatever but then also people like me. I hate myself. I should not treat people like myself. I should be the worst treated person in my life by me. If i treated people like i treated myself you guys were thinking of the biggest apple in the world. That's bad advice for most people. You want to others as you do to yourself is bad it should be treated to do unto others as you wish you think. That's what but yeah. Even then. I like how i it's walking bad but good naughty boys I think I feel like buddhism or hinduism is pretty good. Now tau ism. We did this on your on your amount of tau anything. That's like got like nirvana and peace and meditation that also doesn't have like the crusades to mar their history and i don't know i'm sure somebody in buddhist stores or houses all the children that was. Yeah that's what i mean. There's gotta be some religion that's like. Hey we believe in all those things and we haven't raped and pillaged and killed and decimated cultures. But i don't know the problem is when you get a colts and you get successful. There's always people with power and money and they always do fucked up things. Yeah so yeah. I i think my call. It would be a subset of your cold and it's based on self hatred and we're doing it right Certain church at the moment the chicken heads and we are the leaders socks. Three you kill yourself we are. We are a cult of lake. Phone voicemail leaving asshole talking top five of where. I am going to pitch. That we sell gave gloves. Well you know we to do. You'll be really funny is if we the would be like undercover. So nobody's talking about. We need to like create a brand called like gop pay. You know Gaap with an accent and we need to like infiltrate like take years but like we need like the the the runways in paris to have you guys heard about this new new york designer got pay like his. He has this avant garde stuff. That's amazing. Have you seen the gloves. I i heard got bay gloves. Or the new. The new must-have item of the winter. And then you have all these hoity. Toity walk in fashion freaks. Turnaround gape glows Yeah we we have our own. We have our own fucking runway our own fashion show where we've got all got a close gop. Gloves are the number one thing. And then we have everybody's seating there and we're just like let the show begin from my deidre on on the big screen and it's still girl holding opener. Acid game gloves like we we to you. It took ten years and all of our money but we got a copy assured this may might have to be in the work. This is my shirt. I wear this shirt on garbage day or or or what do they do you. Can you make it wink. Thank you thanks israel milk. Kfc vice. Nick jackie everyone Got a question for you. Want to get your thoughts on something. So i'm normally not one of those people that like takes crazy. Quote unquote conspiracies. Just different weird thoughts. People have. I never really take those too seriously. But there's one that is really fucking with my head and obviously it's not true but it gets you thinking the question was what if rocks are soft and squishy and pliable until they're tush and that's like a defense mechanism hardening up. Nothing happens to them again. No it's not true. Obviously but like what if it is so my question for you one. What are your thoughts on that and to once like the most outrageous question of that kind of stored where it's like you know. It's not true but it kind of makes you think what's like your favorite one of those which one gives you the most thought. Well the that's like. The original birds are birds are what if rocks or the toys and toy story is that basically. They still human interaction. It's not like that. It's it's almost like because there are things in. That's like you know when you you camouflage yourself you put out your spikes like porcupines. They're soft until they're hard rock sauce until their heart. I'm going to sneak up on every rock murnau. What about a mountain though. It's like every step you take keep getting hard mount everest assault until every you know every time. He climate bound aren't rock right now. They are rocker. Well that's i mean. Mountains are sediment mountains are also. They're like they're the plates like plate. Tectonics you know like. They're going up like the pack. I smoked out. I don't even know this is. This is your world this. I don't even know what one of those like. Well like. birds or government drones. I don't know the these ones are fun. These ones are high thoughts. These aren't like conspiracy theories these are like you know what if what if what if what if there's gotta be something going on with trees. Proceed like trees man they grow grow leaves and they just drop them all and growing all over again. It just seems like a whole thing. That i don't quite understand like i don't know what their conspiracy theory is here. But i just trees trip me out a little bit like when when when i found out i think there's like one hundred twenty one trillion trees or some shit like that. I was just like a who gives a about the rainforest many fucking trees and my they would just be like everywhere if we didn't they cut them down and live in places and shit right like the whole world speed trees. I guess now. Four world desserts. And shit don't have it. But like i don't know i i. I'm talking like an idiot here. I'm not making sense but this is something about trees that fucking starts going and trees anyone else like. What's the deal with their grows and grows back. I do think about like when they say that. Like trees are living thing. I know what they mean. But i'm like what if they're like you're just grabbing the happening. One of the most hated movies by the lakes. I only saw one in theaters. I didn't hate it all know. It's terrible it was terrible. I saw one time at the jane. Jane picking theater in newport and it was. It was fine as fine. It's all the trees poisoning us. Yeah yeah What was the other one called old right. That was the one we talked about recently. I wanna find out the fucking box office on that oath old old that the baton. Yes those times on the is it. Eighty seven point three million that is about eighty million higher than i thought it was gonna crazy to me so you know i would have said that old was a massive failure for 'em nighttime along it was eighteen million dollars to make it a mate eighty seven and probably still take a huge hit massive success like i mean you know in the scope of movies like in the scope of the world's huge success maybe not like in the movie world baby wouldn't categorize that as like a major hit but it's like this dude did something that produce seventy million dollars profit. Yeah fucking fucking incredible boyd. That bad though. I thought it was interesting interesting. Well delivered megan fox movie yet. Now fucking watch it. Why because i want you to told me to watch. I think telling everyone to watch megan fox movie where the way we it's crazy told me i did i did. I told bob fox to watch it. He watched it finally when he did. He said it was awesome. I told you months ago. I don't know about this seven. Four twenty one mega fox do movies fucking wild. That's not watch it july fourth. I told you to fucking walk. Fourth john why that's fair time to tell someone to watch a movie. Drunken buys said mega fox news wise to the woman said no. No no no. It's called till death. It's available on amazon intensive fuck death silly far-fetched at times only like five people in the whole movie wild ride. Well i'm gonna watch the hell out of that. That's all you say to people when they recommended then and then i keep hedging it because i got scared how much i was selling. Mine is unbelievable. I thought it was a really fucking great movie. Because i kept being like wait a minute i get. I get very nervous recommending. Move very well. What if they didn't like and bob fox told me the he said he hit me with the. I'm firing of the movie right now because your recommendation and i sat there for about like ninety minutes is being like and he liked it. I was like i. You gotta watch it tonight till death. It's wild it's like a few like just started to show. I don't. I'm gonna hear john's tomatoes all right by the way that little fuck and minks meghan fox table. I think sometimes it gets a little try hard. I well okay have sex. Congratulations let me try something sex not inventing it. Can i tell you. I'm so happy. Said that. Because when i started this take that was gonna be my take and then as i stood up and i just hollered like a siren. By the way i watch nick turnaround. What the fuck was that noise. I said to myself am i really gonna be the guy who has a has a problem with megan fox talking about fucking right now and. I didn't wanna look a gift horse in the mouth. I didn't want to ruin a good thing but now that you said that i am on board with you. It's like like thing about if we did that. It'd be like you know. Okay dude so you fucked on the table. Shut right off furlough. Fuck it on tables socks at that table did no good to fuck. My knees are gonna hurt true. And he's going to be fucked anywhere brought a bed. Pass thirty over thirty and your fucking on the floor though the couch. you're falling in between the cushions. You're on the ground. Your knees hurting her backs robin. You're getting rug burns. Your back hurts your pelvis and pain beds on bed. Let's it and i agree hundred percent. I think i last tried to focus on the bathroom floor when i was twenty seven. Never ever on tile younger. The next the hotel will like it was like my friends. Were in the hotel room to try to fuck. You can't fuck fuck you got to. You got to be a little bit of bounce and give boy know heard herds. No kid to try to drive right now. It's so bad starlike moving making so painful in order to get down you're gonna put auden s. Yeah yeah. Congratulations was the focus. That was that a good time for you making and colson fun on that marble table about this. John sat in my lunch. John think about this other thing that happens when you fuck are tables. You sit in your lunch about this john. Think about this. Think about what we just did right. Think about if there was a generally accepted like like. There's a reasonable expectation that girls are supposed to suck your dick on their. That's insane was ever like get on your knees and eat me out. It'd be like me pill don't you stand up on the bed. I only way getting on my news at my hockey bags. Get my fucking shin guards. I mean that's like i'm going to be bruised up from that and also despite the fact that how difficult it is i'd say as we've clearly demonstrated to able bodied men. Yeah incapable of fucking on the table. I was giving you a quarter of an inch there night. That's all you gotta come yet. It was guttural screams. Fucking fingernails length. Fucking dick splinters. Flying everywhere fucking is bad but like also if you're fucking what. What are you guys pissing on. I was gonna say on time. I will say that pilla tables huge see. Yeah it was able. It was like a you could like run around on that table. You could like play tag on that table. They might have been like wrestling But yeah like what are they doing. I listen. I doubt. I'm on record saying if i could pick one couple watches. Sex tape would be meghan. Kelly in machine gun fox fucking literally. My brain just went totally backwards. But what are they doing. That's like so revolutionary and if they are like sh- please share with the glass guys invincibles cables abc's of things. We don't know that table anymore. We fucking lines at jisr often nagin. What's going on here. I guarantee what begging was up like this your legs. Oh yeah you're standing there like a guarantee whatever you've done adriana charging has done and better every airbnb sees every by herself uber need partners. No i've watched adrian check out the window of a car john. The other day shown buddy She was like put put the ball. Put what did she say. Oh she said something like put the tip in right so he put the tip in and she was like Like oh wow and i was like. What's the big deal right. Then he pulls it out and like a ball comes out of her ass. That was in there as well and i was like. Oh there was already a ball in there. And then the dick went in and then another ball came out to bowl. Botchy balls of some sort that. That's what i do doing on the kitchen table. What are you doing meghan bro. I've lost and this is exactly is exactly what happened. I've watched adriana tragic. Probably get her pussy fucked interest get her pussy falls. We took a flashlight and shove that interest and then had a guy fucked the flesh. I know i know exactly what you're talking about. And it was super hot. I don't know why. I was so turned on by it. But i was like this is awesome and technically you know that should be the next time in burt. Loophole i was. You don't have to wear your underwear. Strap on they've gotta wear push actually. I'm just gonna shove your pussy. In your book tactically. I'm just fucking a flashlight. Adriana checks just holding it with their ass that's all that's happening. That's not seating girls. Not how my john almighty. Let's get into our interviews interview fight. Nicholas jacqueline rest. Got a little hypothetical for you if you could stop time for as long as you want but you have aging that everyone else stayed the same. What would you do that time. He can only stop at one for as long as you want but once you use it one time is gone. Think personally rob a bank. Maybe pay some people. I'm not sure but interest is he would. y'all do. You could stop time. One time i know mine is what is this moment had a significant. I think i've talked about it before. I was in high school. He was a junior. Calmed down hockey kim. I'm coming on my off wing. Come down one kid. Who's kind of coming to cut me off before you get to the net. Basically i wanted to race. He does that move. We kinda like you drop down to a knee and get your stick flat. So i can't really get over them and i- chip the puck over his stick. And then i jumped over him. And i got to the net and i fucking missed the net with a shot and like my three best runs. Were behind the net. And i watched their faces. They were like holy shit Like just complete disappointment and their mazes. If i if i scored that goal your life be life would be you would be the man it was. You would focus on the job. You would be cool. You would be all of my life is a. I'm i probably get drafted in the nhl the next day because it was it was it. Was that amazing of a movie. Only the best sports moment ever was not even like in a real game. it was We used to do something. Called the olympics in highschool where like every grade would compete against each other in all sorts of area games but also then there was like sports and it didn't really count but it was the only time i ever played in front of a full fucking jim because like my whole school was watching and it was like the freshman played the juniors and seniors play the sophomores and like the first round. And then so it was. It was us the seniors versus the sophomores in the final. Because the sophomores had this one kid who was albie was awesome so me and him were like we would play together but play against each other whatever and it was like a quick game. I don't know it was like a five minute like you know. Just because it's a fake thing right but i had a couple of baskets a couple of drives i hit a three and the fucking crowd was going wild because i've played in front of all the literally the entire high school and i was like this game doesn't count but this is so cool. I mean i was a bucket and it was like this is this is i mean as graduating highschool someone over at all. You know what. I mean if you have a moment like that in real sports in real life like it's amazing judge who you are. It'd be like yeah. This is crazy and talking. Just missed the net and it was. It was some fucking gordon. Bombay leaking just fucking miss the name of hippos. It's fucking ms the net so you freeze it and you bury that yeah and then restart time just to quit because everyone was already going crazy. Yeah because he's got to score dumped over a person right jumped over a fucking bids card. Somebody hockey skates it was raising. It was crazy. I can still see nightmares about i. It went wider went high ally. Hide it wide it when when glove-side fucking with boom i hit the glasses. Aw fucking awful off. That is tough. I would. That's it's a no brainer. I would take that over over any over like all the money. I could get from a bank i would take that fucking with you on that like robbing a bank. Like whatever. use it for someone like something. Intangible that's going to change who you are. A few bucks changed on a cellular level. I would be different personnel. I totally with you on that your heartbeat would be different. Chemical makeup would be different. I don't know if i have one like that that i can pinpoint though. I don't think i have like a like that. It's bankers funny yesterday. I think it was yesterday when we was two days ago. the answer. Your question was like you have five tokens. Yes yes yes and i. I know it's funny. I started to think about that. Because i was like. I'm an adult now. Just gimme fucking two hundred fifty thousand dollars now. I was like wait a minute. No free food would be more than two hundred fifty. But then i was like but you. If i want a championship i could sell merchant parcel and then all of a sudden i talked to myself through all three like all five things like this question i. I went with free food and but people sponsors funny where he was like. This is just an elaborate to find out who makes one hundred twenty. One of them was like visit to thing not even just a championship. Tees like that's worth more than fifty dollars. But he actually is. Yeah yes because we'd make that much back in march but he still go to concerts but like having that over everybody. Yes i was right all along and what happens is here. I'm right. i was white all. He's good. he's fucking good right. Because you wouldn't have to do all this you would just be like you wanna cop are. You would never have to do it again. You can sell shirts but you know what the bullshit of. it is. Got dizzy when it's thirty three days until fucking season starts oregon fucking gassed up. Well the but here's the deal. This is the like henry gets chirped for not wanting a cup by other fan base and that my own the fun. Yeah but his is defending wanted him. To get routed from yeah. I think the boston bruins i boston. Rosecrans do not want to correct with insane. Frank you're running against the fucking lame agai- took over the bruins win a cup. So why the fuck would you root against him. He would is wrong because people would rather be rights and lose than be wrong and right sanity. Whatever yeah well yeah. It's it's sickening. I it's a colt sports. Gals force phantoms. Occult i probably also. I think i said i would give. Gimme a sports championship. Care all the numbers. But i i was like i think i think it was like sports championship fifty k. And then give me like plus one on the scale of ten. So that i'm eleven. You know what i mean. Yeah i don't want to be a tiny mars music. 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I was like oh. She's real canadian. Sorry i'm late is that is that a true stereotype. I guess at like you guys are nice. Well yes. I guess that's a good you go. I guess ultimately that's a good thing it's like. He's not in the rumors true. Are you nice I guess is that why can't be can't be off like i see a lot of difficulty in it especially if you're the one who was raised canadian and then you go to america and realized that like you think everyone else is like bragging. And like saying how great. And they're all like loud. And but you realize you have no confidence self deprecating and casts stay is. You can't ever say anything good about yourself. You're speaking people right here. We canadian that heart. I don't know maybe more of a lifestyle than it is a country. You're born in because i always say you know were probably self deprecating to a fault where it's like maybe everybody makes fun of us because we make fun of therapy for this therapy. I mean it has worked a bit people. Think is. I go in and i apologize therapists. Were wasting time. This is what i'm fine. you know. i don't even know. I i i'm gonna go. You have a nice lunch or something. Because they're not having like serious issue here alive also crazy though. Because it's not like you go you come to america and you work a regular job living normal life. You're doing doing hollywood. You're doing you're acting. I mean it's like you go from one extreme to the other where you're with the most like vapid and terrible people in the world. Yeah the worst. Is that when you come back for christmas. And you go to a christmas party even when everybody's like all hollywood you think yet like they think that you think now you're something and then and then you know and then you have to insult your own work you like. I don't even watch popular. Show like crazy canadian where you from. I'm from massachusetts. I'm new york. Okay okay i get. You guys are canadian. After like overcompensate for people assuming the only other thing though that is contradictory to that is when you're canadian actor and you go move to la you work so much more at home because they're like ooh they must be like big time now they moved to l. a. And so when. I first moved to la. I basically didn't stop working in canada after that. So i was just paying rent canadian seashells. Well what's crazy for you guys to I feel like you became canadian like icon because of this because of shits creek like it's it's you know it's such a cute unique thing that everyone's gonna eighty and it was like this mom and pop production that then became sweeping the awards. And all that but it was like you were doing it for yourself and your career and for the writers but if all you're doing it for your country because so much of it was it was like the two things about shits creek was like how funny it was and how good the writing was and all that and that it was canada's oh my god. This country's tv show. Yeah well it's funny that it you know when den and eugene went and pitch the show pitch to everyone no one wanted only canada on the cbc and it was so fortunate because they got to make the show they wanted to make which. I don't know that if they were on a big american network they would have let them do the akron. Like i know even in network meetings a lot of the time there's these daily day-long discussions about a gay couple having a kiss and when it's appropriate and how much to and so there was never any that it was always about just like telling the story they wanted to tell and so i do think that was really great about it. that it just ended up like that. I think you mentioned that. You mentioned gay couple kissing. I think one of the more powerful statements i've ever really about. That was an interview with dan and someone asked him and it was earlier in the show. But maybe it was season three something like that and someone asked him when he's going to have to deal with homophobia and homophobic characters. Like that and dan said something on the lines of this is my world that i've created and i refuse to accept that so that will not live in this world. It'll never happen. And i was like that's fucking awesome. That's such a like that. And to your point probably will american major studios would probably be like look this. Something's gonna have to deal with you have to write it in. And he's like no. I don't accept it i probably would have. I remember at the beginning of the show. Dan had a mandate that there would be no homophobe shits creek and the town and the townspeople would never be the butt of the joke. Those were his two things. No and no you know. Any of the shitty 'isms racism. No it just doesn't exist there. And what a brilliant way. 'cause you would've thought like i think a lot of people if you want to lag show It's you know Issues and stuff you showed the sh the struggle and whatever and no you just show a world doesn't exist and it works perfectly. I miss the town. Became like this little. You know a little snow globe where it's like. Wow wouldn't it be nice to live in that little town and live that life because it's so wonderful. Yeah even though. Sorry no no no you go ahead you can tell me to shut up. We're gonna get through sorry off here going to keep going know. But i we'll see now once you go that long you're like dome. I was gonna say that. I think even the decision to think about not making the small town the butt of the joke which usually people are like. Oh those dumb yokels and you know it wasn't it was them. That was the right up. That was so special he does walk it a little bit and one of my favorite in the show is an episode one. When dan says he doesn't feel the victim of a hate crime so they want to go to the tailgate. Party did you. Did anybody ever think it was going to be what it was. What it became. You know. i no. I don't think any thought that. But i think we thought it was going to be bigger at the beginning because we signed onto a show with catherine o'hara and bobby. You know we thought this is. The right was great and whatever and it came out and it was medium big medium. It wasn't a big Out of the gate success. And but what i love about that is we a cbc. Let us continue to make the show which. I don't think any other network if you weren't making the numbers and stuff like that would really support you all along the way to get to make six seasons of a show that wasn't leg hit And but we loved it and we thought it was so special and so it's kind of the besting ever was for it to end and we all like loved it and love anne and sarah. We were like the show's done now. The offers are gonna come rolling in and we're like tumbleweed casting director. Wanna see you cause me and then all of a sudden it will this kind of sensation. And i think it was. It was also going onto net netflix. I was never is where i started watching. Yeah and it was a slow thing. But i really think it was everyone in quarantine You know wanting something with a genuine hard then still didn't sacrifice it's funny for that. That's funny while because like heart warming and loving and all that can kinda be corny and kind of be. Yes often like a little bit. Lame in certain ways especially humor against a lot of people want edgy humor or whatever and so it's almost like being a clean comic in a way it's like if you can do it and be funny that way that's really impressive because you're not leaning on sex and whatever other tropes that you can't so it's the hardest thing to do that's why shits creek and ted lasso is another one on on apple. Tv that i think is like so good and like in pandemic. It was like what people needed while still being like other shit is funny do you. Do you think you guys kind of changed the landscape of tv. Because i thirty years. I've always against ben. The the good shows the big shows are like the anti heroes. The sopranos the breaking bad's the sons of anarchy. Things were like you. They're bad people but you're still rooting for them. And you guys were the first show. I've actually given credit lasts was well recency. That's what my brain but like you. Guys were the first show where i was like. Okay these are just genuinely good. People who are funny and are and a lot of funny shows always one of my favorite shows on television but that that show is. It's a new world underworld but it's a new beginning every day. What however you ever episode ends. It's just the same thing again like but you guys had like really character growth and like everyone was getting better becoming better people as a show on and i can't remember really watching a show and hoping for the people to get better. I'm going to get worse. Usually that's so true. And i do think the world was act. It's tipping point of that kind of like you said people wanted things with an edge and dark humor and i notice it a lot when as an actor you get pilot season right and so you reading a ton of scripts going over auditions that you don't get the part on hum and But you notice trends. Like i remember one year. It was all like bernie made all feed money stuff and and And there was this thing of like the anti hero the dark whatever comedy and i think shits did bring in a new kind of wave of kind comedy that that you know. I think i think we'd reached that tipping point and the world's changed so it was the right time and the rate again. I do you credit canada. Because the more i know about television the more i think about a show like shits I don't know that it would have been allowed to find itself like that without being canceled but shine the best like like projects that are allowed to continue whether it's ratings or money or revenue or whatever the metric is like when you when you do anything for those reasons you can still be a success but it's not gonna be like it's florida's else. Yeah right yeah. And because i noticed when i was i was pitching my show my own show that i'm doing and everybody was like what something like like nice in good heart like shits creek and we want. We only want night stuff. And what's funny. Is that when shits creek was going. Nobody wanted that. And now what the new thing is not going to be what is just been and so but people are always looking for that because that is such a easy you think what is located. Yeah yeah and anything. New is is untested who are willing to take a risk on that and bankroll that for a little while and let it. You know maybe flounder. A little or try to find. Its way that the people who are doing it are going to do their best work because they wanted to do it. You're not you're not doing it for the million dollars per episode. You're not doing it for the fame. And like i like this and you can tell. Dan really felt that way because he ended it when everyone was giving him would give him any money right but he was like. This was the story. This was the whole story. I wanted to tell and as much as none of us wanted to end even dan like we genuinely really like each other It was the right thing to do. It would've been kind of selling out to because that was a time. Where oh you. What sell outs okay. Emily right at the moment where you like. So what's up with season seven or la- reunion movie hypothetical. What will we get per episode victory lab. Yeah what i what. I'm very happy about is that we were. We were finished when we had the emmy sweep because trying to go back after that. No one wants you to succeed. That's actually that's a great point to go out on top like that. I mean you guys one everything. That was insane for that that type of production. Sweep the way it did but is there any any chance of any thing in the future shits creek i- hundred percent think that we will do something at some point i there's not going to be like the series isn't going to continue with another season or anything i. I'm pretty sure we will all get together to do something like like some. You're just so you know we're gonna cut that out to say 'i hundred percent think the season is gonna continue. Nobody does lend itself to like a like aware. You know if if you guys get back together in five years like to watch like to think of what what dan will right like you know these. These guys got married and you moved here. Alexis did this or if the alexis hockey evening famous yeah like you know a lot of things that i think the characters could you got. You guys. Also do such innovative stuff. Like i don't think i've ever seen show do like tour or do you like the li- panels and stuff. It's creek live in brooklyn and it was like it was so cool like i thought the way you guys did that was. I was like this. Every show should do this like it was fun and you really couldn't tell you guys are really great actors or you like each other. Because they're all on stage like fuck around. There's a good time for us. Those tours were i mean for me any and no one dan we were like this is insane like play. It's like you're a rockstar. he's like that. You would think that afrin eugene would be used to that and they were like even with every christopher guest. We've never experienced that kind of energy from an audience which was like so good-heartedly. Everybody was nice to each other. You know like yeah. That's what you call to me. I think when you put that out there it really does come back well then if that shits creek. The latest project is the total opposite. Jack emily i i'm i'm just going to be coming to come completely clean with you right now. As a as a professional interviewer. I like to do my research. And i tried to watch chapel late last night and i put on the trailer and i was too scared or couldn't watch panther tend to fall asleep to kayla trailer where i had it up on his on prime or whatever like i can watch it on roku tv and it was like watch trailers so i watch a trailer and he was the full length where it starts off with adrian brodie pulling worms out of his nose and then trying to slice it off his face and i was like this was a quote on the couch was like how well no knows way to start the track things crawling through his skin looking like the was it in the mummy. The eagles dummy it was looks horrifying horrifying disobeys on stephen king. Short story right. That's your first clue. Yeah even king folks. So yes and i agree. I remember watching that trailer and realize that this is really the people who love this stuff. This is Their dream come true. i i. I'm a weird. Because i'm like this person don't show but also like i i like gra weird stuff but i'm always like. Oh what am i looking like. I do like your favorite Thriller horror movie gross out movie. What what do you put in that category. Well i feel like my problem is that it's not movies is more real life like it's like dr pinpoint sign me kevin. Love's that long now. Oh my god how you ever watched tonsil stones. Oh my god yes. It is unbelievable. That biggest one with the tooth arch where they all come tumbling also followed this site on instagram called medical p medica pedia. And it's like all these great innovations in medical science and justice. The grossest you've ever seen and i can't get enough. Give me the i'm scared to move the pimples tonsil stones. I saw one of a guy. Her all ingrown hairs or and how about when they zoomed in like thirty two x now you can zoom in on his skin lake soviet. I actually. can i tell you something. We'll confession your. I bought one of these things that it's a skin suction thing that has a built on camera and what i learned. Because i'm looking out my skin. And i don't actually have. I wish i did. So i could sit there and pop it all day. But i don't have a big pours or oily skin but when you zoom in on your skin as much as these things can everybody's skins gross man i was like oh and i thought i was getting everything out and i look at it. There was not much there. So what zoom in. You're going to see all sorts of shit. But i did. I've had to have people take away. Magnifying mir's will go on dig out everything muscle monsters. That's all. i know. I'm gonna leave scars from doing it. All this is this started with something. I was scared of and turned into something. I'm repulsed by this answer. It is scary but what is scary to me is usually well. No i was gonna stay. I usually steered by horror movies and fiction and where my best friend finds it very strange that i can go to sleep to murder podcasts. And i i listened true crime everything and i think i'm not scared by murder podcast because i'm like if i'm going to sleep listening to a murder podcast. There's no way i'm going to get murdered. Michael that's lusardi go ahead. Please ask all right. Well i was gonna say is that this is the stuff that scares me. The most which operates about because it is like like monsters. Don't really scare me so much even murder. Not so much. Because i know it's such a miniscule chance but what scares me is like your mind betraying you because we've talked about therapy earlier and i'm sure i got five years and then my mind is gonna flip a switch. There's going to be tough and like the under take the under is. That's what scares me is. That is what drew me to this in terms of. I mean there were a lot of things that drew me But one of the things that makes me like this this story and this kind of horror Is that thing of like. Are you crazy or is that a vampire or is that. What if you think you're crazy if you're betting on crazy and you're wrong you air side of caution pretend the vampires real because Get out of that room. But i always think of that. I always think of things like i've had conversations with my family were. I'm like we need to have a code word or something for when i need you to really really believe me so one day if i come to you and i say like aliens of duct me last night and i say like watermelon but did you have to believe me that means. You can't just making it up because what if you were in one of those scenarios where you're you think you're going crazy but you don't you're not and you want people to believe you and they don't ooh that's just increase in one of those scenarios on chapel. Wait when we were shooting. So i had read the short story. Jerusalem's lot that it's based on and in that short story my character is not in it And there's a few additions. There's the worms and everything but there's there's some additions and then I started shooting and they were just doling out the scripts kind of episode by episode and round episode four. I was onset in the dark. Because it's dark there in my chair And i looked to my left. And there's a vampire. Bear lake. Not a rob pattinson kind of vampire a terrifying what you would imagine as a vampire if said vampire was like real. I didn't know there was vampires. This i didn't have those fires set scaredy house and There's a fucking vampire. That steve jumped so much like jumped. Out of my chair and sprinkle. I don't thinking back to it. I'm like why was i. So obviously vampires don't exist was like terrifying also the vampires in this are very scary might exist never know. There's a project that they're scary as guys seen the trailer. Tall fucking terrible terrifying. What do you think has been the best change in your life after shit. Success is getting to do things like stephen king projects or is it what is it. What is the difference between like those two sets to like. I like a much is chapel. There's nothing different. They're both the that wouldn't surprise me though. Like i feel almost like if you're doing a horror all day like you do wanna come off set and like blow off steam and just have some fun. But i guess i'd probably doesn't really fit the vibe of the vampires you do take the laugh of like that but I mean well for halloween. I was stevie king. And so i i am had he was behind a desk and then emerged in some scary stuff but no they will allow different But in terms of how. What's the biggest thing that's changed. It is that getting to me. I've been an actor all my life and you you go through phases of what is success to you as an actor like when will i feel successful and and you think it's like an oscar or the of things and what i really realized now is that it's it's choice like to me. I will be successful. I have absolute choice in what i do. And if i want to do something. If i don't wanna and shits creek has done has given me more options and more choices. I you know as an actor when you're starting out. You do what you get like. Don't criticize any actor starting out. Who's in doing something dumb. Because like you just wanna work So yeah it's that's been the greatest thing and i you know i'm getting to my own show. Now i get to do a show. Your your your. What's your show. A remake of this old show called mary hartman mary. Hartman which Was this show in the seventies that was kind of sat higher on us. Soap opera So i'm doing that with norman. Or who is this producer who is ninety nine years old and he cheated like I mean every show maude. You are too young for all his chose but but he's quite the legend and so i'm very excited to be working with him. I'm usually flatter when someone says you're too young or something but ninety nine year probably on by spot. I would've said if if i was in your shoes. I think the biggest change for me would have been demi lovato sliding my blair is that. I saw that That that clip was unbelievable. They were like they. What did they say. They said they were surprised that you you didn't respond right. I i responded responded with like i was very flattered to end but They're like Twenty nine and i am not and what was hilarious. Who they said. Well what about hall in taylor and And sarah paulson. We which they're a great couple. And unlike yeah. I think so. Too many mini backtracked and backtrack with like you're not the hall. Jailer in that actually. The holland taylor matters. No other way about it They gave you the core. Press was was not settling for like one and done. I'm gonna. i'm gonna put this on. Mary wasn't he didn't want to date them I think they're like super active in all that. I just felt way too old to but we became great friends and so that that was great about it. It's an unbelievable moment when you google me. That's all you see. Just just happened last week. yeah google reserve. Google results can be worse. There's a lot worse. I can be out there so not but chapel is out now and you can get you. Can that now and sundays on epic's say if you if you are brave and i promise you this i promise you this emily. I will be brave enough. It just has to be light out. I'm gonna. I'm gonna get it done but the sons got to be a alone in your bed. Yeah and i promised. Because you've talked to me for a half hour. That's why it's fair and i brought up breaks pimple popper tonsil stones and i'll check it out as well like end me any good good of winer. 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2406: Oodles of Noodles

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2406: Oodles of Noodles

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The official weapon of the show is the as the unofficial sports a bull about extreme and we are not alone. We have very special guests. You probably saw in the show notes or somehow in the title or something. We're doing this in the past. You guys don't we don't know but we have my homegirl writer for the president. Show rail the good place. A black lady sketch show emmy nominated a black leads case show. Actor comedian serial. Podcast follow this woman from three negroes. Come on ray fans we have been nafta's day one pocket has won miss. You know talk to nomo and dizzy. Be at the table. Is my girl race on. What's going on to talk to you out on that serial. Listen i mean the thing is if i don't you know like move on. I think it's a strain 'cause my thing is like it was not working or just it comes to a time a i'm big on that. Actually you know from this podcast because this is my marriage. But i'm like isn't been other stuff while talk like a semi. I'm just like we shouldn't do this anymore. I don't like just not like it weren't hitting the times over moving on. Yes but it hasn't been good and that's really what the that's really. What own the hard part is. It's not like they will bad. It's like no. I'm just saying that they no longer there. But it's one of those things where it's like some do it's like ooh katie. Everytime i you re excited. I will say i will say that. The first couple of podcasts broke up because the friendships broke up right or yeah but the last few is just that. Oh our deal with whatever network in this so this one i just started is my busiest which at the table is a solo podcast. So if it stops growing. It's because i hate myself now. I broke me out with me. I was listening to the latest episode in it. Sounds like you already passed. One podcast milestone. which is losing a episode. you rerecord it. Come mike you have no idea. So the thing is. I tried to west trying to do is edit right. Because i'm chief. I don't wanna pay nobody to edit. So i'm trying to teach myself how to use audacity to edit the podcast. Whatever so i had like broken the podcast in two so that i could ben combine it in audacity and then i opened audacity or whatever and then i tried to upload the first track completely deleted it by accident and i literally had to like take a break for an hour like i had to sit down somewhere because i was going to beat me up. You know what. I'm saying like alan go back head. I was gonna do something. I was gonna like throw. I was angry. I was bowel angry. But then it ended up being okay. Because then i got the second podcast of the Record in one tape and yet. Audacity dooby crashes. Somebody's sitting out there. Are we will course. Loss podcast before We have a long time now because of all the backers we have we tell you about it back up with a backup in but before we lost podcast. There is that moment because it's really only use that can it's either you or your equipment fail and a lot of times when your equipment is literally because of some shit you did like i knew this was a bullshit computer and i kept pushing me. There was three episode before it is where blinked in and out. Now is like you good. Like i know my i know. My car's got enough gas making station. And yet and i remember a couple of times we had to record this show like 'cause it was we were or the episode again right there spotlight Fuck it would back say and we will record this it again and it was a big hassle so you didn't you say you just record all that anger and your spirit you let it go nowhere we so you know my i don't get angry and that kind of way i get i. Everything is comedy. Everything comes out with with comedy so it was just double the jokes and we had audience of allow. This is before we could record this before we could do a livestream and then just record that owed scream so because it didn't archivist. We were just like if you love to do this it again. Yeah you and you've got to get a remix on these jokes so we joked in if you win lab. You just didn't get half the jokes. Some of the jokes rely jokes off of jokes. There people heard before but then the people that only heard that audio. They probably was like. Why did they think that joke was so funny. Like 'cause we remix. It was the same out but just different. My god. That kind of sounds like if you doing. Stand up right like you know. I need a drink or two or whatever to work out the mirrors. But that means that. If i don't tape it all they're like freestyler refs or whatever i'm going to completely lose you feel like such a dork. You go to your next fat and be like. What was the big child going into this. We've done you met a things like that before the show so i just feel like it's a milestone that how people handle that is really like three though. I didn't need it on episode three. I could've gone maybe like five more weeks. I'm saying earlier gives better hit early. Especially if you learn how to edit yourself. that's that shit is so sure. Nobody take that away from us. Love you ever decide. I want to start a network of you ever decide. I want to restart. You already have the tools and you don't have to spend the money to get somebody to do that. Half we've had people reach out to us before but lemme producer show or something. It's like so. I record this show i pay you and then and then i gotta wait for you to do this shit for me to get it back. How's that make sense. Yeah right right right right to know how to it like did you when you started the did y'all sit down. Watch youtube videos and stuff or is it a danish. You guys learned along the way. I learned it all because i was a wrapping before. It is our wrap on my our terrible resume. Yes we sweetwater tabah. Yes i was terrible. It was tweet todd. Rolla was windows. The it use it went through. Several phases was the product going. There was hot and then there was water tiepolo so you probably just prodigal not nobody's product aside. You weren't prodigal the product wine. I don't know why. I thought that was so high level. It literally means nothing okay. And then he was. Sweetwater tab. Ola ta volas street through charlotte. I thought like always like at the my sweet water. Like the name of aleichem yet. No i thought one. I thought it sounded cool and then to like the first negative play in like the nba or some bullshit was sweetwater snorkeling. And i was like oh. This isn't a good name was so you put more effort into the name than arrives. The rams were good but it was just. I mean i wasn't good enough. I mean seriously way travel when he went to detroit. Detroit and racking on the wrong. Yeah we did a concert in a club in detroit with my friend. Pat a pretty terrible actually not music though he found him. And i can do to music a quarterback. it was. Yeah we did us so in charlotte one time. This whole newark club off of independence that we was definitely getting shot arrived out. Larry your twenties. Release it in like a. I don't know like a patriot. Pay why -nificant immune. If you've got video footage. I'm meaning all fairness they're still. The song is still out there and on the internet like. I never took them down. Olis' on sound click. And it's terrible. I what am on spotify. Get you say something. Every time. ready stream down. There's no way that legal. We wasn't clear samples. you know. You're going to be like pete on with that. Steely dan sample where that song like. A number one hit and he didn't get a set of day. Yeah maybe that'll happen but these joints were so these were so terrible man. I'm looking at the track listing now and yeah but it was fun. We did have a lot of good times and all that stuff. But i mean us the rap you know used to be on. We're for that. I was frenchie. Listen i'm not french. I don't know where that came from. I just oh. I think i was. One of them called herself. Frenchie on american idol. At the time. So did that. I'm a loser named myself. Somebody who's trying to get famous and you know a you know about butter. Because i'm yellow and i'm smooth. I like that donald. I've never had a rap name because y'all know me i am terrible. Roger asked me to rap. And i sound like i was when the nineteen seventies. And i'm here to say that's all you can get out of me man. You know bad. i'm. I'm looking at my own songs and i don't remember making some of these remember. Oh my god. I can't believe i can't imagine what i was talking out talking about shooting people in this shit. I ain't never side. Nobody office job. That's your brain blackout. Terrible memories is trying to save you from the trauma. And i'm click on this. It'd be like oh. God what was i saying and also i talked with george w bush assumption. I don't remember saying this album. No go play that back when i was married. I got so many holes. Oh my god. Hose is ridiculous. Y'all got you talking about sex like you never had a yes. Came out her mouth. Feel like bags with these days. I can you tell everybody. Vow dizzy is being a roll man. What the podcast is about. I already know but argues need to know Did he be at. The table is at the table that at the table. Yes it's a name. I got from real housewives of potomac and episode and season three where karen huber calls. Robin dixon You might know her. She's the wife of juan dixon. You don't watch real housewives. whatever. I'm so sorry i don't but not but yes so basically it's just a podcast mean recapping. Reality t. me. I'm obsessed with reality television and figure i might as well just a lean in you know i. I learned a lot from listening to you guys because you guys are nerds and you're proud of it. You know what i mean. And it didn't occur to me that like reality. Tv could have fandom like know star trek whatever comic books or whatever wreck but reality tv almost forty years old. now it's it's it's a part of the history of television. John that counts now and make a lot of people a ton of money. So i'm not. I'm not as embarrassed to say that. I'm obsessed with it end up talking about reality. Tv has made me a lot of money. So i should make myself money. You know doing it instead of going on other people's platforms or whatever and yeah. I'm here just on their rambling about reality. Tv on pop culture as it as it comes up. And then you know i see. I'm having a blast. I tell you who keeps us abreast of all the all that is just in We do pre-game with general. Yes i love me tells you about all like if it's out there he's going to find it and i'm like i've never em- my baby i wanna marry you. I didn't even know that could be serious. Apparently without the ester y- they're like stretching reality shows like stuff that used to be like a joke. We like you. I'm sure communities is the uc's reference like year real housewives huntsville associate now. It's like no. That's that's that's one or it show. Yeah you're like yeah. They got people out that year. That's a season three star soon reality. Tv is so weird for me. like I think we i think people need it like i picture. We become so uptight that we need a group of sacrificial people we can judge because yes never okay to judge any other area yes I always say that. I love reality. Tv especially what it did for me during a pandemic is save me during a pandemic you know but it's great because you get your gossip about these people say the worst things you can think but you don't get in trouble with france for gossiping about that. It's like it's like. Oh and actually like i can't tell you how many friendships mine been saved or buttressed by like me watching reality. Tv like it's a quick test. You see this bitch. Watch america thank shit you know what i mean and it's like okay Because of leg relationship fit you know. I've built around it. It's crazy. know the kind of people that you you you you learn that you are or the kind of people that you learn. Your friends are who they fall in love with on the show who i dare you know what i'm saying. I discovered that. I love villains from watching reality. Tv i like a bad bitch for is. I don't know why that is currently a bad terrible to my friends. But it's just like i have the landline guys. You're hearing the landline here. They're like we've never heard karonen raj ring before but maybe today the day all right let me go handle it all right. She's getting a call right now from the emmys and they're like listen you one okay right. They probably you to let you know you. Weren't we need you to write to next season of real housewives of potomac and that's also something that you'll see on my here on my podcast is the sounds of new york. The sounds of life. So i was gonna say the other thing i think because i used to watch reality shows are especially like love the black ones. Oh the i had this one point because they started cover serious shit and now it's like i feel like we're out of our depth when they're like i can't take so you wearing from like this bitch threw a bottle of my head which i was like i'm here for this may throw bottles ahead. Was you know. I wanna i wanna judge people who do things like that but then it was like. This woman went through miscarriage in asia. Like side it. It'd be like bitch. You fake joe miscarriage. I was like this is probably not storylines seem inappropriate. Yes been people on basketball. I definitely basketball wives. There was a whole storyline. It wasn't even just like a one off. It was like this woman spent the rest of the season trying to prove that have miscarriage was not an abortion is why and like i remember like that either that season or the same year but different show like loving hip-hop had like of very serious black lives matter mike plot amid a very serious like this dude brother got killed and it was it was like between like this nigga cheating and it'll be like yeah we just like to take a moment to go to the grave of my brother and my talk about suicide prevention. I'm like maybe mona waka flock is by suicide and his mama tried to start in an organization called no rip may be bullying to stop bullying in for For you know so that people don't die by suicide. I guess he had been bullied to the point of of depression but the same season walking flacco is having beef with a transgender woman. Because he don't expect it. It's right one extreme today. Although i'm about the gas like my wife's by cheating on her in line about it then i'm gonna talk bad about my daughter and then also in the middle of this. I think i'm going to bully transgender woman. But hey it's not believe people all right mom so crazy. I like even this this year. Particular like a lot of these shows that are airing. now were tasted the height of the pens emigre. And so you know george. Floyd was thing They don't really talk about covert much way cove. It's kind of hanging out in the background. Or whatever and And it's crazy because like on real housewives of atlanta. You know what i'm saying like porsche became like an activist or man's who hate her. They call her an act tourist because they don't think the activism israel shit so she became an activist and it was like part of her story live but then like they do a vacation. You know all these riots. They go on a trip and they was stuck in a house the whole weekend and forced porsche. Fox's stripper lightning a house like she smashed from the house and now you build. The audience has a hard time reconciling whether or not porsche is the activists and or porteous smashing strip bizarre camera actor activists mash. Hey i don't. I don't think you should hold that against to get it into. But then at the at the reunion portion activism is criminal justice reform but then at the reunion she gets into an argument with her cast mate who was a fellow. Nfl as she goes. I'm good. I'm as you feel like black twit onto these nickel bay trying to get naked husband. Lock the fuck back up and then using like hashtag defunding police indigent you never we prison reform but not him but yeah but i do think they like service agricultural land and i think it's a catharsis man like that's why people watch it like some of the some of the most like morally stringent people. I know i love reality shows. Because it's like okay. But i could call her a bitch right like every week. I sit down for a couple of hours. And i'll be like this month a shit me so interesting that you mentioned that because there was kind of struggle for me like two weeks ago because There's a show that is really popular right now. Real housewives of potomac it's the second black franchise of potomac and all of season five was really controversial thing online because one of the cast members. I really aggressively assaulted the other cast member and it's weird. There's this like kind of interesting class. Divide because boozy bitches and me. I'm not moody. But i agree with them are on the side of the woman who gas halted and everybody else is on the side of the woman who was doing. The assaulting and weeks ago jemele hill was watching it and she basically tweeted stuff in support of this fight and it was very fascinating to me to see somebody like jamal. Hill or scott. Bean even advocating for the violence of this woman And but be starting for example jamal hill a black network for black women right and to be like such a pro black protect. Black woman advocate. Scotty beam whose job on whatever the state of the culture that show was was to protect black women against giovanni misogynistic gas. And it's like really weird to like them. I didn't like it but it was very interesting to see how they would try to reconcile their feelings of being people get and then you know but by the on tv or on the radio talk about protect black where there's protect wherever that. That's that's how reality show allows people to be. You can be outside your politics and you'll sell for a little bit like like you say early you you like villains but i'm sure in real life you'd be like not don't i clamours but it but it's like on tv. Jesse let's talk about exactly. Yeah i probably would never be friends with the women that i enjoy the most on these shows. Yeah there's like a if somebody shot said their second escapist quality to it as decide you and you almost get to wear these women as advertise to you kind of looking at you. Like i would never do that in my real life but the me who could be the me. I wanna be this to do that on his show. You know what. I'm saying young. There's no possible way that i could be kenya more in real life in have friends still but can you more used to be tv and be a terrorist. I'm like yeah right right right. No paychecks where everybody to show back up next week so you could just abuse these motherfuckers act like that's the thing about tv whereas always like fuck you bitch. Miscarriage was fake. Oh well that's why your daughter is anyway. Ponderosa's weeks they are right right point those getting into a point where Now because these women are so foul to each other when they get together in the large group. Energy is so off because this person just told me that mind. Miscarriage was an abortion. And this i was like how are we gonna laugh over this job right owner because they always had that other person is getting paid to be like. Do you think maybe just the peacemaker. Because i think a lotta people. People love train wrecks. That's all car wreck. If you ever realize if you're going away in a car wreck happened now people can actually fly. Pass the car wreck. But i need just give slowest you like. What's your book would go 'cause everybody wanna ride and turn and look. I think reality show particular line. That's how like people allowed slowing down and looking at the train wreck that's reality. Tv and then turn around and kinda put out a feel about about the car wreck trainwreck. And i think they've found a lane of commentary through social media now where they're integrating into the show so you're getting people be alike. Let's talk about the color is on the showing you like. Yes is it really is a really cold. Is it purely color is. Are you also a horrible person. But you're horrible. I didn't come here for this. Let's talk about classism is like is a classism through the bottle at my head or is it that you did that. That's the thing that's so interesting about it. I think you know i. I'm glad that i'm talking about a reality. Tv on my podcast. Because i feel like there's not a lot of black podcast is talking about not only black reality shows because there's a lot of black clouds catholics. Talk about the black ya'll d shows but even the white ones are the ones one black person on it. There's like a lot of perspective that you know black people bring to these shows but in my like discussion of the black shows on the white networks let people bring a baggage to watch television bet no other and obviously that's because the history of this country and how you know the the representation of other people even though we resistant reflects on the rest of us. You know what i'm saying. And so now. People are watching know license asami example where they say. This is creole woman and this woman who so makes this. She looks white sometimes and now everything they do color. They can't be that. Somebody was deserving because they colorist you know like the assaults her. You know what i'm saying. Beat up and life game pitches right round girl. Who you know comes from no hood. She married in. Nfl players became the way that is relatable to a lot of blessing for your domain. Oc matt rita ball like she as opposed in born into wealth and luigi. Whatever it's so fascinating are even you know when like on real housewives of new york ebony. K williams is a legit political commentator. She was on the most ridiculous show on broad bravo trying to get these women to accept blackness in like bringing to a shot sixty year old women get drunk and fucking pilots. Cameras was just like it's mind blowing by what we bring in particular black people and like how resistant even the white crowds are. Because like the fact is that character in new york. Ramona is racist right but ebony was annoying. you don't wanna give 'em all to the white audience members who just don't want to hear about race altogether also evani's annoy me is like a reality shows are like the facebook memes sadler never completely one way or the other and that's why i guess people so much fodder because what is actually doing is allowing us to project and then our projections become like the thing. We're really talking about. It's like our people watch insecure and in argue all week and you'd be like none of this should happen on the show. I think you talking about my ex ex boyfriend or some shit reminded you of that. But the show didn't do that and they asked. That's what happens with a lot of the reality shows. What what shows do you talk about. Mostly the bravo show. I've been watching real house. I refuse to watch half of the tomac because after that fight and belykh culture awards like insure racial cultural. What has happening. They're talking about this show no more. There's always husband is cheating. Somebody got a hatbox and we had backs back command. Set you the same thing like this in in the gutter and then people also like. That's why you'll man you robin people's this but not to do that way. I'm not gonna do that one. So i just been talking about real house is beverly hills and it's actually been really really interested in the season because One of the cavs does my dad. So if you on bravo because sita's that you're the richest of reality tv. Show people turning out the to keep up with the joneses all these people committing fraud so we have fraud new jersey. We have fraud. I'm sizes salt lake city a risk that in real life. Debbie light broked allow go to jail. Yes this one is like a legend very loyal. He's the lawyer from erin brockovich. His the real life man was stealing money from his victims so from his client so its clients were getting lawsuit settlements or payouts and not receive the money she and his wife. His wife was on national. Tv wa- wearing one hundred. Fifty thousand ballots cardia rings while plane crash victims the orphans and widows of those plane crash victims didn't get their money or burn victims and get they money types it out. This is all about. You know erica. Like people trying to interrogate her but she stonewall and and being. It's been so much fun. I love talking about scam. Is you know what i'm saying. It was my favorite thing. May cause i like. I said i don't really want to be. But i keep up with like that part because that part kinda hits like the the social media area i don't know who it is but didn't one of them like actually she got a phone call. She left because she didn't want to get arrested when it was recorded industry. None of those gen shy. You write about the shabina last name. Shafts jentzsch was first of all. You could towel does. She was frightened in terms of money on the first season of her. Show the show for me a blast and you could tell like that you know and then it started to come out that. Her house was rented a husband's only football coach college football coach and he's not a head coach like there's no way that they can afford the lifestyle they had and you know when they asked what her job was she would say. Oh you know. I do marketing. I do business to business. Mark some some vague shit and then it comes out that wild. They're filming the second season. The feds have been watching her for eight years and had been getting all her underlings to flip she was partisan company that was stricken old people into sending money for shit. Okay i don't know the details or whatever but it's like she's actually going to get a lot of trouble because the feds. You know the feds. They have like something like ninety three percent conviction rate or whatever. They had to watching her for like eight years and they said she's the the mastermind the other people. The husband made me sign papers or the husbands stole the money and he just wandered it through my business. This is jen. Shy is the person who created this marketing scheme so they arrested her on camera and she. She's a she's a polynesian woman. She married to a black football coaches. She has like a weirdo obsession with black women. So they arrested shoddy while she's filming. She had box braves in hell. Okay like like she a hood rat. Whatever actually went to court the next day guest whose braves wasn't in the washing whereby i can be black in front of the judge. I mean i don't blame him even black even black people don't want to be black in front of the judge every every nigga got pseudomonas be like i'm. I'm a night put relaxing so compress this sheet. Yeah yeah it's funny because my favorite person a reality. Tv is actually stagno. Neil to queen even though she's so is just so manipulative like the whitest her show so she really i one. Y'all can never talk too bad about me. Like all of the all whenever they have when she has to have a fight for the show is always easily resolved and it's never too negative. Is this like. I'm not talking to her. Because she said that She that that. I was being fake or something like that whereas civic but then also the fact that she patriot. She really lovie like okay. It's time for the end of the season. i she. Did you see what she fired. Someone on camera for call her a bitch and that that woman had waited. I think all season to cost on your bitch right like she was so careful she was so careful she was like i feel like you did a bit us records not the record desktop like even tammy romney y'all know tammy rose dokie for maps quieter about nothing. She's like oh she called shawny of business right and so so then shawny just looks at goes thank you and the woman is like still trying to argue with her kind of confused and she goes. Thank you for your services because that's that's what i like about. Her is because she she is the public. That's not fair enough. I in fair as i. I don't i don't like fighting fair like go ahead and run these. That's no boss right there because there's all this illusionary shit that she's wanted to crude and i've been saying that for years. We wouldn't not whenever i was watching me and just talking about abby like shami that whole conveying and it's pretty fucking obvious because they always run right up to the line with china and then they back now and so. Yeah i just confirms my theory. Rob was right that she was definitely run into. And you can't talk to her the way he talked to the other ones. That's crazy. 'cause that's a nice that's the most polite bitch. Yes never been told how you can tell she was like she was so slow with that. Big stew shoot. I think you're being a had a question. Mark you being a bitch to okay all right all right. Thank you h. I'm looking at. Hr okay. i get it but it was like it was low key crazy because it was like like shawny earned that bitch so hard earned his zurve pitch so high if you but if you think about this show from the point of she's running the show she the horror person because all she doesn't put these women in positions to tear each other down was she's in a bubble of like irony shit. I write the check so y'all tear each other down the duke. Don't bring that shit to me marry like even you know evelyn lozada. She's famous base for ambitious s on the show famous for it. That's like how she got. Nfl players got her money. Whatever she was always on shiny side. So hamlin's violence was never a problem. Never provera and then the most recent season the season before the most recent season because best ball still going god. Forgive me. i doesn't dark skin nigerian girl who barely threatened violence and now they're like we're scared of oji. Yeah got food jennifer three. It's also because they they made it now quote unquote sunday. Don't like i got something to lose now. We used to be violent. Type shipments like y'all still talk sideways. The people and everybody else has taken a vow of giving up the violence so maybe watch. Oh fuck your mouth. I used to love that show. I mean they try to make basketball wise popping again base fat. Evelyn quit quote unquote. She gotta choose van colorist. Shawny i think is taking a step back because the audience finally completely turned on shawnee like they don't care she's the boss like hopefully i think that we're entering a weird place for reality. Tv because social media has really really. You mentioned it earlier but those are social. Media has really really changed the show because everyone is very cognizant of what most of them now and you can see the people performing for twitter or inaugurum like okay. She knows twitter is gonna drag her. She hangs out with this person so she's trying to be in the middle or whatever. Whatever i'm nervous for the genre because he's a people losing their authentic selves because they don't wanna lose endorsement deals on instagram and things like that and we're talking about in many cases people with raging personality disorders and they're being introduced to all this powerful language. That's just refloated on the internet and so when naked ahold of it is like. I'm gonna go upside this woman's head and then when i'm called out on i'm gonna talk about class and colorist. Mr personal men held in therapy. And it's like debut to the point where it's like. Well it does seem like you shouldn't kick that woman in the vagina but also bring up there. Yes like that was part of the real housewives potomac like this girl beat up a co worker. For in my opinion no reason and then spent the rest of us even finding the reason she beat up all the way she had her hand under. My chin reminded me of the way that my father used to me and i was triggered or did there was another argument. Where dark skill woman started fight with the lifestyle woman and they called her aggressive in my opinion she was behaving aggressively reunion. You don't see how it's color is the word aggressive against her. Mentions she's saw calm. Get out of this. How you really. You'll see like an alvian be ready assumption. Like i'll be ready. I love the famous. I you you you go read it and you'll see people diagnosis and people on tv. Like it's crazy like It's very clear to me that monique has are borderline personality disorder and thus should be forgiven for her transplant. What are talking. Gotta be tempted to to. I mean i would if i was on. Tv shows and i saw these get out of jail free cars at for my behavior. I mean the counterparts throws the chairs on my probably the kind of person going to excuse for so i mean as my i don't and it's not that i'm too good for reality shows. I just wanna be clear. Because i think sometimes i'll talk like this and say i don't watch reality shows. It comes across like because i'm too good for the ship. No is the opposite. actually i. I crave the oldness. Okay yeah my favorite show of all time is a cheater. I i record record the show reruns from white ten twenty years ago my dvr would have like seventy eight episodes of cheetahs sat down and watched because that was before any of social media before anything was well. Everybody was way over to fucking line issue. It would not be acceptable. You fake it was real people getting caught cheating and you could tell because ninety percent of the time they wouldn't let them use their name likeness. He's like. I don't have nothing to do with this and it was an. It was completely irresponsible. I started wondering where do stole on a woman and knocked her out. And now it's like you who not so the cheater guy. The woman was like she busted. She was like you know man her man she caught her man and he hit his shorty catching him. Cheetah knocked her code out and it was so fresh in real. At that point. You could tell everyone on the set. It had not crossed their minds. That can happen yet. it was like even a host of like. Oh no you can't do that. What it is like doesn't these aren't real using also. She already got knocked out here. Taliban right back to that yeah yeah. We watched one. Where i think the man to don't a woman and they showed up in a woman jumped in one of their vehicles in history. I'm over random. I think another time. A duke came out the house with a gun and just starting to fucking. I'm like get off my property. This is a private property. Y'all have a right to be here. It was they didn't and they was running. There was another time. ado joey. Greco stands on a boat got and they had to reduce our hosts for awhile and he was terrible. Tara and i have nearly the same. Yes sir yes yes. Brian recovering the the want out. There was one where do again cheated on he was. He was so funny by the way like he wasn't a comedian but he just you know something funny and he was like get. I know cheating on me man because like she shaved pubic hair. Manatee no i like it. No saying i like it a certain way joey. As how the dill. Joey just be like. I mean joe is like skip bayless when like the black dude on the show is talking about race. He's just like therefore you but he's not going to ever say anything to contribute to the conversation you know and then of course. They always do that reveal of like well. We have some some news here for you. If you're ready to see this Did show you like this. Is her going to the movies. She's holding hands with this gentleman. We don't know who it is and in other dude always knows like does my cousin or whatever but in this case they get in the car. 'cause like 'cause do distraught like radio confronted a man. Let's just let's just get it over with so they get in the car he up on. He's like talking shit but not nothing. Violent like seem like a dude has on the live for. He was just like well. The other do was just like unrepentant. Like he's like young girl no. I don't give a fuck alvarez never do devlin prepare our suspects from contrition at least from the person game that's cheating and then normally the other person will say something like they didn't know in bad and sometimes lincoln shame. Shame right like if they did know. It's like a little bit of a man. Look i didn't. She told me black. Or what but this fucking was like basically like math. Fuck you do was like acting like he really wanted to fight him and he's just like whatever i'm getting in my car and you you come in like it wasn't even like a respect for like we're together now a bit you get in the car. I gotta go god mccartan guy so once again. This is cheaters in the wild. No rules no no rules of engaging. From what year do you think that was. Probably two thousand somewhere between two thousand five two thousand twelve. I don't know twitter. It was like yeah definitely before twitter. It might even two thousand one or so. It was like a food. Do like fubu jersey. And i when we go back yes. I love the old school clothing. Because you can tell by the clothing and the finger as you all okay. you can attain. What year did absolutely man. And so they they aches so cheaters the guy rose off normally. That's the end of the confrontation right. They the couple drives off fuck. Y'all we out these fuckers and titas like a follow on down the streets. Everyone they load up in. The they don't know makes no sense because they had already been scrapping a little bit. You know so. The dude is like let's go. Let's give him lets they trying to get down on earth and so do the do the cheap. I don't even know what you call the guy that the he's not a cheater but he the unrepentant cd side do decide to pulls into the parking lot with him and the girl house out of the car pulls out a gun pointed everybody. Everyone scrambles they get back in the car and my favorite part of the whole show is the do that got cheated on was in the car. He just like he was crazy tony. It's not worth it. Because i a son i got left last night. This is not working. I was like that's the most real reality. Tv can get light. He had a near death. Experience was like matt okay. So it's he went through. Every stage agreed in about thirty. Six dubai is actually said she loved me I think about it. I'm upset now right. Yeah i think one of my favorite ones. And i and like i said said we are not above it. We just like it kind of pre no-hold-bars. It was his one episode where they busted in on this this couple of cheating and they had rama noodles in the tube. Yes so you lie. I i am not lying day. Msg first of all this is like elementary in this was not. You're gonna you're gonna get a used affection. You got new box. Yes yes events. Shit world was like yes it was like alexandra in we'll leave the light on it was not. It was the joint where like the doors to the outside. The do they do that. Was housing at the time was cart. Greg who was actually like the grand child of clark or clarke something. I'm getting let me able in the car. clark gable. Yes he was like the grandson of that dude he actually die from like a drug use or something so the host. How the temporary health isn't he. I think he used to do you know how like on investigation discovery. If you watch the crime shows they'll do reenactments or whatever. I think used to do reenactments for one of them shows too. Wow he's dead carjack clark. James gable made pretty handsome do had. He had a good. He wasn't good as joey. Nobody ever is but he had a good demeanor like he was tall. There was a couple of times a do. Try to fight him. One time heals up like you so you won't do this. This is like a six foot tall. Do do came enemy. He handled as real easy. Like are now you've got your ass and you achieved so let's get back to the we above nobody so so my point being though this episode was so insane. This oh my god. This is the episode. The way he got in. I believe he got into the hotel room by saying housekeeping right. Because you didn't have to go through the hotel you this. Not the greatest audio. I think i have volume. But i think i may have a pretty big guy. He looks docking walking he. We've seen an italian due to goes to the gym our shit. Oh god that's my mistake. Ya guys disappear we did. Oh just looking for another one second. We break up. Oh also sorry okay. All right cool high audience chat. I'm so sorry. I hit the back button on the wrong part of the browser. Me trying to get this right but yeah they have like the cheaters. Rama noodle episode is what is called of but it was just a he when he got trying to every nigga has recorded this off their teeth client. Dvr eventually have their own youtube channel. i don't know i can find it because i don't care a quality. Yeah was the whole way was like a out of that audio for now but it was just so ridiculous cheating the way. He got in there with the housekeeping. He put on a fake filipino accent. Yes yes and sometimes around the house. I will do this. Why like oh like anytime. Like mia karen. I'm watching something like a police. Swat team is right there breaking the doors on tv show. I'll be like house. And but yeah let's get kinda worse worse than the first audio looking bay because you play one one time and they had excellent quality. Yeah i think. I had the actual episode so right. That's what i'm saying. I hate i hate that. Cheetah's top roman. i don't wanna do com. This new commentary. He was only. We'll play but anyway he doesn't in there and they're into where rahman and is a hot too but it's a hot tub in like inta in so not that is disgusting absolutely discussing it's actually dirtier than if you were eating it in a pot like back dirtiest we'll tell you. Oh yeah like so so disgusting not not not cooler dirtiest fuck. The do data is getting cheated on. How do you. How do you find out that eating rahman off your shortage. You're like what like what are the. How'd you arrived. I've never seen not. What you into buddy even say like i'm he says something like like he was so okay so i found like a little bit of a clinton from twitter. That's much better audience country every time everytime mars let it like he was like he was gonna joey wanted to do what to do is decide do is but ass naked. And he's fighting the guy who's got to who got cheated on one of the things is interested in this is that they are koreans. Oh yes so. His best homeboy is fucking his girlfriend. And you have to take make it smell like suit. He being smelling like chicken flavor you. He's still marinated and screaming. Repented on here soup everywhere shayla brandon. What's what's going on here. You guys everywhere slowing careful hotel which just all my guy it was like. This is what i'm into this. Why can't judge like justin. Show me fight from the real housewives. What started everything. And i was like. I have nothing for this. He's just like was. he says she does. My mom's like just in iowa down there gig healed every day. I think i found some clear. Like i'm watching. Murders over here. No no but for real like in real life this happens a man. Wachner with a camera crew Car has girl being the chicken in the chicken. Not best friends And then nick. Joe sounded is yup beating his friend contest on the floor security of applying and the cuckold except noodles. And that's just the beginning is really i am is really like about stakes day. Minute's long care. that's the clip. 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I own it right Yeah i don't know yeah like whereas their shop mate. I feel like i feel like this feels like a very much. Like how nissan had a shop that was in south carolina. My just like some white people own manger in rahman and don't give yellow me tell you why the waltz tabuchi to do to raymond when they do to ram and they do like the five dollar bad instant robin rhyming like day trying to do is robbing arriving restaurant in town. Or whatever and you know get the real the real ravi so they they don't they they to class be worried about you. A poor people love. And that's why they hadn't been canceled is a japanese american brand Japanese slash american. How how american says that toyado. Susan kaisha ltd of tokyo. Japan founded on march twenty eight thousand nine hundred eighty three hundred consumer package food company in japan They wanted to make an international food company. They went to the us in nineteen sixty two american. So the american part of japanese-american new oriental ha. Yeah original flavor or some shit like that. it's gotta be anxiety colleague oriental and we just never updated it in twenty twenty one. that didn't stop agent. they made it through. stop beijing. how how like mama didn't make it through fucking george these anti what do you what do you. What do they call engine. It's like something milling company pearl millions. Some bullshit not good as not as good a nate your mom and dad when they go on now. What did they call uncle bay. Now do they call it cat daddy so this call bluetooth rice come on phone phone yes good. Oil is the crown royal bag. Don't even have don't even have alcohol in. This guy is a deck of cards dice. dyson man. How's how's new york. I know you mood. La back home. Are you enjoying it. Yeah you heard you heard. My parents landline laden. Age me that much. So i'm just saying out with my parents right now I'm good. i'm so happy. I'm so happy i mean the thing that's crazy as a gay oppression is in your brain so it goes with you right so it turns out that. La wasn't the only thing making me depressed. It was my chemical being here. Has like make my life significantly better. Some new york did a really good job. We're trying to tamp down kovin so now most of us are vaccinated. a good portion of new york is maximum. So you know we're all going out and doing stuff like that makes me really happy. Because i've been doing stab up like crazy and You know in. La there aren't the same opportunities to do. Stand up to get on tv so it's not the same culture around stand up comedy. You know what i'm saying like here. I could do four or five shows. Right if i wanted to. You know what. I mean but in la. I'm doing shows. Maybe like once every week once every other week. And i was doing it like it was actually costing me money to do shows because i don't know how to drive native new yorker so i'm paying twenty dollars in yougov showed that she only going to pay me twenty dollars or ten dollars to do so and it's like okay. Well if i round trip in his eastman in forty bucks to your show and I've been doing stand up at twelve years at this point. I shouldn't be paying you for. Say i'm really glad to be back out here like actually not. You mentioned it You said miss sandrine. What marcia in rate early as one of the podcast i used to do. I'm still friends with my back. She'd been in break up. The podcast It just because i moved to l. a. didn't really have time but We are reuniting on stage together as a twenty nine at the ball house in brooklyn and the lineup is like so disgusting. On like so hyper body. So we have the lucas brothers. Who you know is the guy who wrote the story behind you this in a black. They've been in june twenty two jump street. You know those twins They're really really great guys in. I love them. So i'm like really excited to see them. And then We got a dan soder who you might know matthey from billions. He's gonna be on the show and we got she sheriff. Who is a fan favorite. Y'all we love our and we have sydney washington And who you might know. She's yeah i've been on the show. But i love washington. I'm afraid amazing. It's so disrespectful. How beautiful she being among inland smart. And it's just like okay god. I'm looking for her flaw. Because you should have given her all those things to me. All of this nothing you got and then And then joe firestone who like if you're into like alternate white hipster property her fallon and she's done some stuff on adult swim or whatever so i'm like really really thrilled like poker weaker. Spell it out like. I'm so glad i'm gonna take my set like i'm really ready to be like fully full throttle back in and the so. I'm so excited like i've been you know it was crazy. 'cause when i got back to new york like i had booked all these shows for june and i was just so depressed so depressed. I cancelled like twenty. Two out of like twenty five shows on you know it was just like Leave in l. a. and then media decompress and like the world feeling kind of crazy and not even knowing how to do. Stand up no more. Because i hadn't done it for like a year and a half. I like crazy. Yes i loss i. This is so embarrassing but is true. Actually what i did i was like. I don't know how to write a joke anymore. And i went on google and i googled how to write a joke. I like I saw like a judd appetite masterclass. But i wasn't gonna pay so when i read the article underneath it and then it was like It's like oh think about what's funny about beast scenarios and then i sat there and i just was like what's funny about writing a plane now and like some the like amazing bit because i literally had to like go back to the on some fundamental how you write a joke. What is funny about life. What is what and you know. I wasn't living. I didn't have anything to talk about. All i had was reality. Tv before yeah like like. I don't even know if i'm people anymore. Like how people do people. And i like i like i was just dislike. It's like reality. Tv watching eating shouldn't machine. You know what i'm saying. It was like an are also high for most of twenty twenty. Like i literally wasn't experiencing anything because i was just on we'd watch reality. Tv so it's nice. I like be alive and like getting to see other shows because you know now in new york to go into the news with at the time you all you have to do. It was like showing vaccine was up to the discretion of the venue but like it was so nice to like feel people in here people without any sort of buffer electronics like zoom or whatever it was like oh i hear real laughter again. I i'm smelling people again. That may or may not be a good thing. But i i'm saying it was just like it was it was like i. I've always loved stand bad like it's the only thing in my entire life i've ever committed to like i'm on year. Twelve bit laggy. I'm i'm in love. But like i fell in love again. It's almost like renewing your vows. You know what i'm saying. It was just like damn like there was magic here. That's why did this. You know what i'm saying or you know. I have something to say like. I remembered that i had opinions about things other than reality. Tv that i want to convey like you giving me ideas the way you laugh at this part of the joke that i didn't even know funny made me think more about that. You know what i'm saying. It was like man. I haven't even really explored new york in a real way. Because i you know i. I still need to regain my my yet. My seeing footing. I know english footing and like you know. I'm still like rekindling friendships. That i left behind are like you know trying to smash negative. I used to smash for you go. I mean like but like so. I have it mike lynn yet in a way people live when a person their home look. I'm still you know decompressing in that way. But the grounding thing has been my parents and and And stand up and i'm like so grateful for that. You never know how much you gonna learn about yourself doing your art but you really do is also 'cause like it's so ru how nigga just light move on smashed four years ago. What the partly on back in paul's you know what i'm saying but wait you married. You have kids now. But fortunately i'm dealing with men who are just as per adolescent is. I am married. Didn't move off everything you're not gonna. I was gonna let you say it. I didn't want to be like you know what i'm saying. I knew the for either but they never die. Yeah also like A retirement in new york working with marcia gay who is also one of my favorite people. She's so funny. Our instagram her social media. So good so good at social media one hundred. Tampon saw whatever i love. Yeah so talented. Like so that was so. I like taking it again. I know you're gonna do big things How was writing like four show. Because i want to say when you were the last time we talked to your writing for for A black lady sketch show but the season two which during the pandemic light was like. How different was that experience compared to like the first year so. Ll the pandemic caffeine right. After we finished season to storrow yeah it was crazy and my So yeah the last day of the writers ruins for into was valentine's day twenty twenty. And i was planning to just come back to new york. March had a play to get and everything and then boom pandemic everything down so like we didn't even like so you might remember like season one. I was in a couple of sketches. Liberty blew the gas gas cat right. They a they. Yeah it's like everything shutdown. So he didn't even get invited to be on set anything like that. Because there's obviously. I didn't even know they were shooting. I didn't even know they started shooting. You know what i'm saying. And so then. And then. I was like okay. What's going on you know. It wasn't until like what like quinta hit me up and told me she wasn't going to be on. I was like oh this move. I you know i was like i was in a studio apartment instill watch. Tv like nobody so it was like so it was actually really excited when seasons aired. Because you know there's a lot of stuff that you right and even if you've written it and you submitted the final version of the script but a time something makes it to air. They would have changed. For whatever reason. I hire outside. Talent to punch-up jobs a little bit more lady because of some news story that happened That would make this joke insensitive. They'll change the joke or maybe twist the end of a sketch for like budget reasons that in a magically schedule titled rise. Because i wasn't able to be on set to see things happen. I was watching show and looking for shit like she just like everybody else is like almost in like i didn't know lacey. Whisper person who beim bra. I knew about guy 'cause when we were writing you know like we met her but it was. It was like so thrilling to see what happened. And and it was actually locate inspiring. Because you know robin dis one of these people who just like always thinking created and so it was like it was ashley inspire them to see that her imagination was still going. When everybody else's imagination at least mine had slowed down and mike i found that the performances of see the one where incredible but there was just it was like a different energy around even to are thinking. I think it was just because those women were life excited to play again. It's also renewable energy. Which a lot of black shelves don't get so we got another season will like this. Let's go and then also like Robin td would like her ability to just like dial into the to them especially like the slapstick type humor where just light it to the extra level like no. I'm jumping in the car head. I like that kinda shit. I think just was like real a lot of the whole season like that but also like i like watching guessing which jokes like you. Contribute to a row thing. My favorite sketch from last season was the one about black women representation and the focus. I wrote that one. Yeah had you all over it. I was just like this. Is i feel like i'm tasting ray right now. Talking about these mega a permanent. And i had a ball like the first was funny. But it's like the second season ticket up or not that makes sense. It was like oh yowling. Download fucking bag. It was like they did. They took out just running. And so i absolutely i think one of my favorite ones in the reason why because it reminds me of myself the one where she walked around. She told everybody yasser building was born. I was like me. I was like. That's me that's me. I love this guy was like just laughing. It was that it was crazy. 'cause you know like I was. I was like I guess i was a fierce success. I guess it's like a thing that i have to work through you know low self esteem russia. You know what i'm saying. I'm just interesting too because you also have you put so much pressure on yourself. Yeah i to me yeah yeah. That's a a hell of a catch twenty two. You gotta be like right here to be happy. Because i'm getting to like it's crazy but like so there we were like and the head writer lauren. They had like challenges in very specific ways for the second season. And i kept writing. Sketch kept pitching sketches. That just wasn't working. You know what. I'm saying like ingest. I couldn't get them to be like 'cause you know they would like we would pitch in the morning and if we found a sketch that was good or good idea and And you like bay come up with the appropriate twist. We're known fired. Twist and stuff. Then robin would send you off to go right discussion. It will be like three days four days in a row where i'm just sitting there like they be the only one left me and one other i would be the only one left mac get his Not getting any like sketches through and so then become somebody one. I'm so graduates. That can be happy laughing at one point someone broker league. She's like oh snap something different one. That's a different one. that's the same character. Yeah doesn't like that may like that so much. They brought it into the another episodes. Yes you know. It was like i like. I quit after the second season. Because i was going home to new york or mcafee there for like a whole of the year daniel. Dan is there like pressure now. Because i i don't understand the writing world like how does there's no there's no fucking like comp- there's no like pipeline of career path like how do you go from project to project or like they constantly applying constantly looking. You know work word on the street like what. What does that like. So basically what happens is It's a combination of nepotism or networking. And you know having samples so For me like my first writing job came because my manager works for like my management company is also production. Company is three yards right and so the president show was being produced by three arts and starve. the president show. anthony terminated. He and i share manager. Okay here's an easy slap for rafa. Would the good place. My managed link company produce the complaint. I also have uta as mike. Sure the creator the good place. Oh you need a black on that cat on that ready staff here you go. Here's one and so it stuff like that like even you know what role My friend kevin who passed. I loved him so much. He and i have the same agent. Okay here's that here. You know. I knew her from stand up in new york for like ten years or whatever. Here's that you know. And then we're black lady. Sketch show same. Easter as management companies might management company. Three are needed. A black girl for black lady. Black lady sketch show but already stat. Okay who are some people better within our network and then we can extend beyond our network But you obviously have to have writing samples and they have to be good. At the time you know. I never intended to be an episodic tv writer or a narrative is what they call it. I guess so i it. It's usually enough for a up comic to just be really good a standup so for the first couple of gigs. I die okay. She's a stand up comic. We like her stand up. She really good punch lines. They always stand up convict writers regardless of what the show is. If it's a comedy at all you have a leg up being a stand up. Com- i mean. Obviously you need to know how to write and structure. Whatever i i'm sure having attended princeton and stuff made me more attractive to them because they'd be like oh she could figure out how to write because she's been in me spaces but if you can write and punch-up jokes they love you because you can. It's like television. Writing is fascinating because you have to bring a certain understanding of story and you have to bring like a certain understanding of how to put things together but you can also learn on the job. And so i've learned a lot on the job like the way even with black lady. Sketch show like robin made us right. Our sketches narrative you. There's an abc. there's like you can see. There's a story line and sketches. And that's not usually the case no like snl but snl is not going to have like an av seats usually like an excavation of the same joke as opposed to changing the jokes or telling a story and then having a twist ending like we do so So yeah so. Like basically how i got it and is being good at stand. The man having friends at home as and then you know sam and having a writing sample already so right now i'm working on an audio podcast with navarro's and like so that's like what i'm doing now and that is because i had a writing after my After my experiences. And she likes me. And then when we worked on the outline together got green lit. Great mao were working on the audio stuff. you know. and it's like it's or the scripts use me i. It's like weird though because television actually like throw a monkey wrench in my like career goals or trajectory. Because i never started staying up. So i can be a comedy writer. I started saying 'cause. I wanna be a legend. I'm the narcissistic guys to be. Dave chapelle mix with wanda sites. That was the plan and you know. I like quit the end of black scheduled to because i really did want to come back home and like be the legend. I'm supposed to be you know what i'm saying. Like be emit kennedy sounder and me right in for your tv show as much as i love. Experience was enriching is not going to get me. You know what. I'm saying so. You ever attempted though by the comfort of like the shit. 'cause i know that if you are oh my god. I've never made more money in my life. You know what i'm saying but the thing is you know what happens where you poor and they get a lot of money you spend it all spent it all. You know what i'm saying. And may maybe you know maybe it's the south sabotage staying but i. I only feel comfortable when i'm struggling. So it's just like. I don't know but like so. I'm good leaving money because now i can chase them that i'm saying that because i have job prospects right on the like. Just say that right now because are stuff colori but like i'm not gonna there's been times where i'm like. I wish i could by this day. Maybe i should call robin up and be like i can't just show up at the right is wrong. I'll open is still the same act like a black ladies courtroom sketch right. Not a thing about as schedule at i win over. A lot of people's heads was that i think a lot of people's compares and it was like we see black people living color mad comic news or whatever and i'm like her as a sketch comedy fan. It reminded me so much of kids in the hall. Yes mister show. We'll my remind me of that type of sketch like you said that was narrative of like. Let's let's let's like hook him with this thing they think is going one way and we flip it in the third party sketching is like oh shit there's another level and then we flip it again and there's there's another fundamental level is and so for me. I was really into that shit. But i think a lot of people just dot sharpei. Also we're black. Women is the same and also. I think i'm sorry. Go ahead and also i think for meaning because it is funny though because everybody says they. Blacklist is not a monolith in. Everybody says that we should have all this freedom and black means this is out now. I tend to believe that. And i believe that. So i'm like whatever you present. I'm gonna consume you present and then make my judgments from there. Like roger say a lot of times when it black because of society and and you know because whiteness everybody looks at it and just assumes that has to be presented in a certain way and then when it's not it's automatically reject it versus just exempting that this might not be presented the way i think it should be but it does not mean is not good and i think that kind of sets me a lot of time particularly online because the way they talk they are pro. Black pro plo brag but one of the things really kind of upset me. The first season was program and then when this came out all of a sudden it was judging everything around is blackness judging the writers judging the producers judging everybody but i was like but told me online i cited. Y'all say degi was everybody black woman. Black woman rob rob rob but when you get presented something that you don't like or you get presented something that that doesn't hit your sense of humor a pulse at black women because think about black women. We are very complex and complicated creatures. And they're just funny to us. And i think sometimes when things are just funny to us presented a lot of times people feel like. Oh my gosh you listen to why people knew who gives a fuck about them because one thing about is y'all actually had to show and there was no white people on there. They didn't talk about that. Estrin like like the claim. You won't get it into you complain about and that's the thing that makes me mad. I often wonder if people have even noticed that there were no black people. I know why people on the show like there's literally nobody but black people and even you know there was more men the second season because the first season we wasn't even about the really. You know what i'm saying you know i've worked through that a lot. I gotta admit the first season. I was arguing online all the time like i would see people say while shit about the show and i would go and be like that's not to. You made that up for our explain things. You know what i'm saying and And then you know When so comedy. Central dropped clip of my standup that. I had that i had a done and so i was googling twitter searching my name to see the response to the stand up because i hated it but my manager told me she loves it and i was trying to. You know. see what the people thought. And in that i saw somebody had screen shot me arguing with them about black lady special and it was like not the day of foot-dragging. Just like my name was in you know in the top search of the top of my starch. I saw remember when writer on a black lady schedule. Raisani was arguing. The about the show ellawela was like a person being about the fact that they had made me jump out on my character. Like that right. And and and i'm like damn ensured he has reach us forever and i can't tell her to take you down because i'm doing the same thing all over again. I realized that. I was that need to prove that we black enough that we love black people enough to make the show. Whatever was just me. Embarrassed myself. And i remember even at video applied with. Russ i gotta calm. You know kind of thing. Because i realized in retrospect people are going to do whatever what art that you make whatever they want to do it. They're going to talk about it. How they wanna talk about it. They're gonna experience there how they experience regardless of what you intended so you gotta make your art. Let people have their opinions about your art and hope that they come to the right conclusions about you but if you have made the art with the intention that you have and with the concern and care for the people that you love in this case black people black women the people who receive that message people that matter you know what i'm saying like there's no way that i can get on twitter argue that i'm black. And i love blackie for. All i can do is present the evidence and hope that you receive it properly and it's sort of goes back to the Talking about reality. Tv black people watch tv with different i than everybody else. And i don't mean that in a way that negative or something they just have a lot more to worry about because unfortunately we live in a place in china where representation of us is a reflection of us unfortunately and so they have something to protect bear something that they are worried about. I'll let them have their concern. I'll let them have their worry. I just know that it's my job to take into consideration that worry to the point where it doesn't stifle my art because when it does type of my art i want but it's like okay as long as i'm responsible and feel honest to myself an honest about the people i love and the people. I'm talking about then. You can say whatever you want about the show. You know what. I'm saying you can have it. You can have it. I'd give a fuck about what i'm doing and its objective and people are projecting so i like a lot of time projecting there. Yeah and a lotta times. That's what i've noticed like. I'll listen to podcasts. That'll talk about a show or something and it was interesting knowing you and watching conversations around the show. What wait what is like. These are black women that only date white man. They hate the design. Okay so we're just made. They went to white schools where they didn't know no black people they live in. Ohio is like okay. I remember like specifically i remember like i wrote a sketch called babich support group and i remember like truly. This is what happened babar's before group like i came in and i pitched it because i had just moved to los angeles. The guy had been in los angeles by that point about eight nine months new. Tell us and one of the things i was very hard for me is that i'm generally pretty tomboyish and And like l. a. Has no place that maybe you have a hard time being a black woman who's got four black grandparents. You got foresee hair yom fan like it's hard being black in los angeles. You are trying to achieve success in mainstream spaces. And i had written on a white show in a black show there. You know what i'm saying and then you know couldn't find black people in my daily lie but if i wanted to be around certain kinds of black people i has to present a certain way and it was difficult because i had nothing to do with who i am and so i just like. I didn't wanna have to be a bad bitch. I just wanted to be an okay pitch. And so like i wrote that and then like even Even the angela. Bassett character i modeled after my sisters. I have a younger sister who is a bad day just like my sister is so fine and she so confident and you know she just looks good. She puts herself while together. She's always she was always trying to get me to feel like a bad bitch. You know what. I'm saying so like even the characters called mo- my sisters most shoot at you call mall so like this was like a real thing like real life like trying to feel like a bad bitch in knowing bad bitches you know. Even like a i'd modeled one character after dreyer from basketball wives and this so then you see the first episode you see online the response to it and it's like a black lady. Sketch show is so classes. You see the way they do it access in trying to make fun of ghetto girls. No this is me. This is me writing that. I can't be as dope as y'all can i get a break you. It's not being like shitting on anybody. And then you know then. They started talking about the accidents. That people are putting on psychosis sketch comedy show. Did you forget. It's not a documentary. Sometimes we're going to use a different voice than we talk with like. Are you okay. And you know like They somebody wrote a threads saying. Were all like suburban women. Who am i. I grew up in east new york. Fuck in brooklyn which you'll means right. It was just. It was just such a bizarre thing and then again like i told you before. I'm realizing the number argue in an embarrassing myself. If you saw bad bitch support group and you saw a woman who hated blackness as the impetus behind the sketch. There's nothing i can say to you. Say to you. You bring him baggage that. I didn't account i shouldn't have to. You know what i'm saying and and you know like they're busy also like an element of these people were talking about a show that they had imagined in their head. They wasn't talking about the show. And then i realized that i hate to reduce things to jealousy but like some details. That's what it is like. Sometimes it was people It was sometimes people who were media or like aspiring writers and shit like that imagining the version of the show. They think they could write. That would be better. And i'm like well i can't fight your drinks. You're what i'm saying like. I can't argue which imagination. I can only argue west. They're writing so. I mean it was the other. Go right if there's a line for that. She go right there sheik because a lot of a lot of what a black lady sketch show was is exactly what motherfuckers had sade was missing. Slow so they got it and it was like not sign and lying. Okay well what's wrong with this Go right that thing. That's missing and see what you can do with it. Because i i really do think that's the truth. If it really is a blind spot in the world philly bill that void because a lot of it is jealousy more you know. I like to get a little philosophical. I think it's more than just like jealousy like industry wise or i was going to be a writer social media. Everyone wants a monopoly on the narrative lying everyone constantly like on the protagonist of life my platform and i've decided that everything is this way like there's no two ways about things and a lot of times that requires that you need to antagonists and so when you engage with media and you've decided you're the protagonist guess what. The people make meteo antagonists. So like this. You know. I still remember. Person made a threat once and it doesn't mean it doesn't know jerks out there but this person made a threat about is a cure as that this show should be about. Kelly and a show should be her going to work and then raising plants and some some like gardening something right insecure different show but also horribly boring that it only like lie as like. There's a reason certain things on tv because they work you don't. It's like when it's like well on twitter feed where they want even in their lives and the way they write about you know they fixing their lives they're clean protagonists is out. Know flaws that. I any law that i have is actually like a really dope thing like i worked too hard or something but yeah so like they'll be they'll be like you know that. Is that at thanksgiving clapback type thing. Where like my you know how come they had no children yet. And i'll say how come y'all son in jail and it's like i then. Nothing happened because the studio audience laughed and we moved on. And i think they want that monopoly on things and and and honestly someone else. Having a platform completely is a slap in the face to their. This is the only way to do it is it is i. Think for me Me roger watch. Tv show called bet woman we watch it on. Cw in the second season about woman was every fucking thing they wanted. Like when i tell you everything every fucking thing emma. Can you tell women show. does that. By the way you can show goes okay. The online audience says what the this is what they want and you can always count on that show to be of less good college. They have catered to their fans. Well it having a reality. Tv has everything you write is terrible because it was every five message me. Roger made fucking running joke. We was a message. We really look at each other. Were messy stay after school special. Yes it was not good in a thing is you. Don't watch the sheet that you say you won't so so i had to check out y'all know what the fuck you want. Now that i don't know what you want like i said there's certain things that exist in narratives 'cause they work and one of those things is like you need protagonist. Are you need to give them someplace to go. You know it's like how these motherfuckers think. They hated insecure but they actually love it. Right can't wait for the next season. But what part of it was because he's the needed to give the character of isa's somewhere to fucking go like you can't start with. I'm a bad bitch. I know everything. I have all the fucking answers so literally called insecure. His own insecurity more clear. And you know like. I'm thinking because i don't really watch much scripted. Show the causes me anxiety now. 'cause like i'll never write a script that good or i can see what they're doing. Why did you do that. You can't watch you can't watch something for pleasure once you've been in the place that makes it's hard now but so because when i'm watching reality. Tv like you know like there's a similar narrative where you have a protagonist of the season. Usually the person in the center in the opening credits. Like you'll have women lined up. And like for example like for real housewives of atlanta they have behold peaches and then the women and the woman who is center pge extensively the protagonist right. And then you know you might have the number one villain next to her or whatever. So you'll watch a season on the show. And you'll see senator peach get centerpiece edit right and so you read online. They're like oh my god. We love porsche. Kenya such a hater up kenya. Fire kenya blue. So you'll have a season. where production. Fires the villain. And then you'll have online the next season. it is so boring. Oh my god bring back whatever like right now. Thinking about real house is of arms county. Tamra tamra bar or tamra judge now but timber. Judge was a terrorist. When i tell you. She bullied everybody. She started every fight. Whatever then everybody was like fire. Tamra fired tamra while we just had a season without camera. Please back down. We miss camera. And you you start to realize you're like okay. The audience has the exact feelings. They supposed to have a day but because they don't know how to make tv or don't have two story town realized story they. They don't know that you're supposed to feel the way you feel. Agonists post feel about the villain the way about the village using postal hate the villain. But you need her there and they're sitting here thinking that oh they should get an hour of television without feeling bad. That's not how storytelling when people say stuff like this show trigger me in de talk to him about it and you realize it didn't trigger them. They felt an emotion that they were supposed to and they. They thought they were supposed to watch our tv and field. Nothing or not only on or only joy and telling works at all arena. That's how the bible. Whereas if i had a koran story words no story works without feeling bad about something whether it be something that the protagonist experienced to their detriment that hurts you or even feeling bad about feeling. Good that the village succeeded. You're supposed to be obese thing for some reason. I think we've gotten to a place where we over sanitized or overcorrected in in an attempt to be woke or progressive and so now our our vocabulary and our art and everything has to be sanitized remember wrench there was Like hullabaloo online where bay said like the wave. The kid acted in moana was bad. And so we need to widen. Didn't disney make the girl act out this way. what like. Why wouldn't they everybody wants. They love conflict but they want to win them. All you don't say they wanna be is like is like if you like sports anything to yourself. Oh i really like the lakers. I want the lakers to win. Every game never tried barring exactly and and so that would make it less fun and the games that attract you when you go. I think i'm gonna watch basketball. All the games were you like. Maybe they'll lose. And that's kind of wet narrative. Fiction is trying to give people with that feeling but then own line. Is you know the people are so out of. They don't care how to sausages main so they're just so like why can't they be winning up all the time because you wouldn't that one. I truly like what series was it. Was it the sons versus this past. Season is like And i didn't come here for blowout games. Ryan bagley laurie. You know and mike and and so. That's something had to learn to like. There's it's really crazy and it's low key. Wow that my daughter still up. 'cause i've been on twitter for ten years and i'm sure that if i went back to like two thousand eleven i said some stupid shit about even things like tv and art. That i would take back now because like you don't know until you know it's not you know and i think that's also another reason why i'm trying to let people have their conversations about television and stuff uninterrupted because i know better saying i can't be frustrated at people for not having. Tv writing job so they don't get it you know. We talked about it before a long time ago. I was just like these now to it. They just date like there'll always be somebody willing to say something fucked up to you especially with the advent of the bites because now they just automated shit. You'll see people arguing with jane. Five seven two nine five eight. Yeah yeah and you just like you know we talk about on my. Are you know that is that person said the original thing. They wanted to say and they were seeking conflict then. It didn't matter that the person who disagree responded was a guy with twenty six hours because they want they're still signifying to other people like and look at me dunk on this box. Because he's super right and i want everyone recognize. I'm right and in what it is. Deep inside. they need conflict and social media was able to outlive their day. Yeah and also. I think for me to say when it comes to particularly with the black lady sketch show and some other things i look at things. Where for me is important to be seen. And when i look at the black lady sketch show i feel like i'm being seen in comedy and the reason why is because it's one of the few shows out there like i said. I recognize people arguing on internet. Don't pick this ain't no white people on this. Oh billingham black men on this. Like that's should. I pick up. Because i go. Dina people have actually said we're going to look at it from a brand perspective. You made jokes about hair. You may jokes about makeup. You make jokes about shit. That as a black woman i go. Oh business shit in me and my momma named joe cabal that actually society as a whole does not give a fuck about paper. Don't give a fuck about the black woman. Friendships their relationships. Their bonds that they have with their fellow sisters. Because it's a very special relationship regardless if they're related to you or not is is like a a real thing to me and to me. I think that's why. I was so angry when people particularly like i said like. We know you i was like. Oh y'all just making shit up because you don't know and you purposefully going and attacking shit and so for me. I felt seeing. I like i felt seeing and also. I'm glad you did and also something else for me. I realise that bless particularly with the black lady sketch show and particularly how people treat online. If you actually see the humanity of the villain what are you mad about then. And i think people don't understand that you have people go on everybody since everybody got to be villain. The villains can't have humanity the of the villain can't have arc the villain can't have a back story the villain. You can't have compassion for the villain you know. So that's why all the anger is. Just there is just lashing out because if all of a sudden you begin to think about and care and have all these emotions was the end of the actually rejects the emotions the internet or at night i fell oh shit i felt in instead of embracing these in going through these emotions is reject reject reject. I'm going and there is such thing truly being triggered and things that actually affect people yes but a lot of times. I realized a line. These people are not triggered. They felt something and they got upset and they did not know how to handle their. It's controlling thing right. Troll from i realized too because like lately or whatever so i'm i'm verified. Roger verified and so like. I'm sure you get this. I think you have more followers than i do. Say probably get it more than i do ashley. Not think about it. But there's like there's this thing where because you're verified people feel an aggressive need to make you do with your platform when they wish they could do with their right and and And so they tried to control. Like i remember. I said something. I ludicrous is an underrated. Legend perfectly a perfectly innocuous. Thing ludicrous is an underrated legend. Somebody says to me underrated. By who i think what you meant to say was ludicrous. You should have worded it this way and so i was like under the word shit university. I said exactly what i meant to say. And this person. I shared the idea. That ludicrous is a great artist. It was a man looking at this person. And i both agree. That ludicrous. isn't it incredible artists and should be appreciated. Come along but this person wanted me to say that thing. This common idea that we shared in exactly the way they wanted to articulate. It couldn't why couldn't you just tweet a your own twitter fry. That ludicrous is a perfectly rated. The owner ownership in an entitlement to people. Oh you are a public figure right to reflect for me to the people. I can't reach nothing. I want you to believe. But sir. I'm still at person and not that. I think i'm big public figure but i just think there's something about them seeing a blue check make them lose their fucking mind even they Isn't entitlement of i follow. You are read whatever you row and now you owe it to me. I did you ever and so now you owe it to me to go do my bidding and i like partly felt like i own you and i like now. My new high is when i see celebrities. They feel that way about act. Act act outside of that what they want. Because i'm just like it's not that i'm rooting for it. But it's just like you're not real and you have no power this is. This is like when you say. I'm holding nicki minaj. You're not holding making midnight accountable because the fuck you are you just another person on twitter. And she's mad at rich. She likes these like what's funny is that she's as petty as as black twitter. But she ain't on like caesar's like that in real fucking like like like the hyper fantasy they have of themselves like emotional bring butter from our biscuits and it ain't right. I'm accustom out. She really has that energy. Like whenever george threatened pretty enough. Yeah whenever they challenge her she just like goes to fuck off and keeps winning right contains a horror themes and win things Cardi same with with mci all of them and we because like the baby not an intersectional feminist. But somehow multi-drug was like. I'm a intersection of families. I like him. Why isn't he espousing these beliefs. And it's like that's not how it's ever fucking worry right. Even if it didn't work that way i guarantee you that it would just be pandering like right that do right. There don't read bell hooks. And he never will like you know. What's been tripping me out mentioning me out. So i was like off twitter. I think mostly yesterday. And i go back on maybe like at night or whatever and somebody so unlike i see john mullany trending like oh. What is he doing today. And it's like i don't know sixteen year olds melting that. He got his girlfriend pregnant. Did you see this. Oh my gosh. Laney apparently divorced his wife and lasts her to be with a leone who is not popular in the same online circles that john mullane is popular income and so a lithium mine is sort of like your standard basic bitch. I guess like for me anyway. She like pretty and they put her and stuff. She's pretty not because particularly towns or whatever and john. Mullany is like the symbol of unproblematic white man in khamis. The only one less people like people created this attachment to him. That his mac because he would talk about his wife a lot on stage so like people got overly invested in that marriage and then nobody knew that he was struggling with addiction as bad as he is behind the scenes or whatever and so like he went to rehab and then he left rehab and then left his shorty quickly thereafter. And so people are like your addiction. And you're dating. You know keeping my objectively not knowing these people just if you replace everybody's name was going to replace every person when someone else if you if i just told you this story a person way to have got out got divorced and we started dating someone else. Most people are gonna come to the conclusion world. Something about that relationship was probably messed causing the or even right and they meet and they need to make some drastic changes coming out of rehab normal normal but when you entitled to motherfucker you like this relationship you know that you own your your word you in in much of projection. Fill in the blank for you. You haven't actually done or said any of this shit. But i feel old. And now i saw jonah hung out with nicki menaj and her husband and i've already seen the backlash online one briana. I'm so disappointed in you right. You know like. I don't know already mad that she's aced at rocky. Who was right. I smash ace average right. When i thought i mean. That's a beautiful couple like. That's yeah there's like you look at that company and you're just like that could be the cover of like some that could be steel for like some exotic porn. Everyone i pay a lot of money like sex book is that night. And not the sketchy porn. I mean like steaks are or whatever the real production behind it but less blessed house. This is a porn for women's rearview. There that pretty like the porn did to make up for the man to like that and people are like but we don't like him or you know the one. I saw a couple of weeks ago and made me laugh so hard. 'cause i this is the most delusional thing i'll read today but it was. People post in nevada have beyond. They should leave jay z. I'm like they're fucking like four kids deeper some shit like do you understand out since two thousand and one or something like insane that would be for her to throw her marriage away for twitter now because they made it through everything else but then one day twitter woke up and was like i don't like we had to say about player. I don't wanna file. I won't five hundred thousand dollars not a lunch with him. Use you so break up. Your marriage and i was like the fact that are talking about these people like they're a stock or like yeah you can change their mind by they want return on investment you be is they will read and change our whole life. The sums actually would you. It's an insanity. It's just like using the least problematic sense of the word. I dunno diagnosed side. I don't know what words are. Okay because i call someone crazy and to try to give me a body. They try to cancel me they comey ablest invested crazy so i don't know but they got to they got is how is about getting to the panic button i. That's what happened exactly. They call you anything they want. They like this rich entitled wise terms his. You like that's crazy to call me and they're like oh i win crate i like i mean. Even there was one i joke. Oh my god. This is the most controlling should ever seen there was i. I was like being depressed in new york is way more fun than being depressed in. La tweeted that. Because it's true for me i Gesture but not for me ray. I reading your tweet. And i'm in for everybody and i actually jumping off a bridge as you right by right is and it's your fault. I wasn't going to jump off the bridge. When i your too but then there was a person who spent tweeted that after a show i had done on thursday right like that his this show. I had fucking blast. Doing the show. And i was drunk and mike i had done like a a ten block. Walk just to get a bayton egg and cheese at like midnight. Which was so fun to do like i asked. Evan like You know then the next day like someone spent a whole day whole day. Tweeting at me like well if if your depression can change according to your location than it smacked in fractious long median looking at your bio comedian writer fashioned. Her pain into a joke me. But i'm gonna take it serious wh- first of all that's not true. Depression is a chemical imbalance for sure but talk there exists because there are things other than change. Your rain can run that you can do this out like changing your surroundings and doing things that make you happy will affect your depression like what are you talking about. Just factually accurate. But also because. I don't experience depression in the way experienced it or i don't talk about it the way that you would want me to talk about. It invalid but that was the most controlling thing i had ever seen like. I'm not allowed to talk about my own aleman right. Well people that it's inappropriate for people talk about social relationships but what twitter and social media's provided us is the ability to have abusive parents relationships. What is the other social mean. Some pair so paris when you decide like i like lady gaga and i'm gonna act like we're friends. Oh i like because. I'm a fan of her music. Now it's like. Oh my god you say he lady gaga marrying in it and it's very very common now likely karlovi like cardi b. Has a baby act like they had the baby with them. Come out oh yes you know what was given me. I'll everybody wishing beyond a birthday like I pictures of people like this woman. Posted a video really funny. Somebody posted a video of a woman giving a birthday cake to her daughters for his birthday. I was about to comment that. Oh this is really weird. But i had seen there my friend already collins it underneath it. It was like i love this. Wish i saw some people. Were buying not respond to people. Were saying like what are we wearing for her birthday. How to celebrate her birthday. And i liked what i openly admit and i talk about. I'm just not one of those celebrity people just i. I'm not saying it's bad or wrong. I just. I've never been like that when i was a kid and i like basketball charles. Barkley was my favorite player if motherfucker stats on wack. I'm like he says. I don't know move on still good basketball player but i think the para social element of it has got so out of control. That now have isn't abusive relationship like an all imaginary right. These people don't know you exist but it's like this abusive thing of like i'm going to attack you. I'm gonna say negative things about you. How fucking dare you. I liked your album and then you did the wrong thing. You said wrong thing. And the reason i say. Abusive is because it's gotten so controlling. We're not even talking about gross violations anymore and we're not things that aren't understandable is like cheating husband back. If i leave off that go to right you're gonna provide me about man that matches knee. We are compatible. Like are you gonna present me with this. You know what. I'm saying to say shouldn't have a baby with my husband. He might love that new. See my people the long and we all know women who go back to asia because we we he loved. Hillary like that good run. And i'm saying like gotta go right like they fucked up within a acceptable range of fuck ups in that person's now is not for me to determine likes. That's unacceptable is unacceptable for me in my relationship. But i'm not dating office so i think that's think that's a big part of it and it's become so light is is become so normalized that is actually out of control and so the weirdos. Are the people like us. That are saying yeah. I don't actually know beyond say so. Yeah i'd be wearing the same shirt. Always where or whatever. And i think for me a lot of people that realize like i live beyond say. It's been her birthday comes up. I will actually say. Here's a bunch of sixty pitches beyond state. Because i just like looking beyond say and i'll go ahead. Birth debbie state and that is literally the end of it. You know and so i think for some people that right just almost like they take it to the knicks the like i said the abusive para social relationship is like it's very controlling. It's like we talked to somebody who's in. Who's an abuser in relation to like where you going. What was your phone. And i think that's how people are treating these celebrities lasts riano. Hung out with these motherfuckers are living in. It's just like i don't know what to tell ya. Y'all never knew them now. Never knew anyone involved in that situation exists out like her clothes. Y'all like you know like our mega. None of this was ever real so for like for you to be disappointed. It implies attachment you like run. I can be disappointed in like my friend. Yeah i could be disappointed in myself. I can be disappointed. But the other part of it that i think is psychotic. I think you can be disappointed right because you can be. Many disappointed is a word that implies too much intimacy. But you can be let down right like if you're invested in a brand. I could see how somebody goes against the thing. They've sold you why you wouldn't want to purchase anymore right but that has nothing to do with their personal life. It's like the brand right. So if like i like i know that nikki. Manashe has been accused of terrible things with her and her husband. So it's like i. It's a bummer. That on don't care. But like i really sold need makeup in a couple of songs. She didn't sell me the same morality that i have you. I mean so. Like i would be like. I don't wanna fuck with that. No more but i don't see how yelling at her. She shouldn't be friends with her friends with her. Friends is gonna to do anything. Yeah i think. That's what i'm saying is like when i say disappointment is the is. The is the emphasis. That has yeah. Yeah yeah you're put you put too much in this cup if you're disappointed like especially in something like that like I think what happens is that people are actually angry. And that's weird they need. They need a. They need a thing to be angry at every day because they're angry at just life and one of the things i was thinking about over the last couple of weeks with sakari. Richardson and a naomi osaka. I think a lot of people are actually disappointed. No but it going through all these filters in their brain. That's coming out in going fuck. The rest of the world is no. They can do no wrong. Nothing is everyone else's fault but because on on a deep level a lot of them liked that representational politics of looking wackle them and being wounded. They never that. That's a weird because it was a. I was damn when simone pulled out of the all around nervous for her because our member being like. Please don't do simone. hi naomi like. Because i remember seeing and then you talked about it on the podcast and i was like okay. Here's somebody who's articulating in my brain. Well because i remember been like she didn't say any of the things other of our horizon and she didn't say a single one of those things i remember. Even you know even with simone biles they were like you keep saying that black women. Don't get to feel boom boom. What is so hard being a black woman having to represent this country in the olympics. When it tries to kill you ever did some. Oh says she can't flip about you literally say i'm scared. Break my fucking neck. Because i'm having some actual like i'm having some issues. This is not about me. But that's so. This is what i was saying so i think it's all coming back together right. It's where all the protagonists. so then. We need antagonised right every situation. We're trying to get this representational shit off so it was. This black woman is representing all black women. Even though we say that's not real right. We say that's not everyone's individual and we shouldn't have but it was this black. All three of these black women are excellent. they're about to kick everybody's asking these athletics and then something went wrong right where whether internally whatever the optics are not going to be the smooth kick everybody ed white people right so it was done right and so then i think what happened internally. Was they experienced disappointment Which like and. I'm not saying in angry. Attached disappoint here. It was this whole my god dared. Not the thing. I wanted to happen. Is it going away. i want okay. Which is fine right now. You're not happen the way you expect a healthy relationship with that. We need to be like okay. Sometimes you gotta take a l like we saw. You can't be angry. you can't be angry at them obviously done so now. You have to be angry at everyone else and then you have to turn it into win loss and wayne losses is the media's fault press conferences are all bullshit. No one wants to talk to yell at me for not seen it the way you see your antagonise now. Everybody's antagonize you live. There's not on message. Message is the protagonist was sabotaging. You is not. Naomi has a seems to have anxiety in crippling depression. That is flaring up at the exact white very inopportune time. It can't be that no to eliminate press conferences now. Nowhere conferences name. Make her uncomfortable. Yup for a specific reason we lose them because she reflects is nobody can have laws against weed in in sports guy. That's also crazy thing like i mean. I know that that's something that used to talk about a lot on the podcast just like the lack of nuance and to like you. I find myself taking a middle position all the time. We're looking around and be like so y'all never heard of the video of an okay feeling you never heard of it. Because i even with. She carries saying like. I remember like when she lost. She came in ninth with two jamaicans. Whatever and i. I was tweeting. I literally had sha carry the word muted on twitter because i was tired of all takes but when i saw her lose that race swear to god i muted the word. 'cause i wanted to see and i do. I literally tweeted. I look. I had chakari muted because i hated all the discord but discourse around her but i am a comedian. Saw the unit. Just like joe's there were some good jokes lubricants twitter was right now and then and then Then but then my time line. The woke people i follow. Gotta hold of the story. The people who probably didn't even watch race right they were you know what i mean like. I literally watched the show the race and then on mutate. She loss excel. I it took a couple of hours before the people who are only interested in sports for the like cultural or anthropological elements of it which is far right when certain sports like that like tennis. I'm not watching regularly. You know what i'm saying. I don't watch baseball regularly. But with basketball i do watch relatively often. I used to watch football but not anymore. So it's like okay. I understand that having that you know relationship that cultural relationship to the sport but then you're not part of the culture of the actual watches which is if you talk. Show you get roasted. I kept. I kept seeing people being like. Why do you want humble black women so bad. it's like yeah. There are some weirdo misogyny juarez to do on a humble her but also we talk to you get roasted. That kept like this. Is like when james harden guy beat by milwaukee like we were all doing this. I was like oh. I wanna go back to. Nba playoff twitter. Keep in mind keep in mind. She was talking shit she was was he was talking shit. Everybody was defending it in these. Like this is actually grief or this process. She is better than these bitches than they do. Need the black. Women need to boycott the olympics. If she's not allowed to smoke weed employees like so like it was like we're because once again they have a protagonist. Everything the antagonists. And you're not brown with that. You're in a way. Karen you've been wanting to say something for awhile go ahead avas going to say Kinda go back. We all talk about the the celebrities and how people do a lot of projecting at the celebrities in go at celebrities when their products. And they're actually selling you products. How you talk about like how she's telling you these things that made me think about this because we don't know these rich people a lot of friends. A lot of these motherfuckers are friends that we don't know our friends so we don't know the inter workings of their friendship. And i was like okay. People are going hard. It riana for being seen with niki in her husband. Do you know how many people in their regular black lives got uncles and cousins shit destroyed at family functions. Not as she. And i don't see the going important that damn in colorado mountain and demanded that they not be there they can't they can't control their family so they're gonna control somebody who they have a transactional relationship with light in our attempt to control right and so this boils back down to the that roger were saying about the intimacy and this is why for me. I'm like y'all are actually holding them to a standard dijana hold people to in real life because it makes you feel good to do that and powerful. There's yeah there's a remove it's like okay. It's like i'm not gonna talk like their shit. I talk online. But i'm sure i would never say real life. You're upset like i've criticize all kinds of things. You know what. I mean. Like even nicki minaj. I think for the her husband. I think she's wack would be. I wouldn't be like bitch divorce him. But i think he's a bad choice in a man. You know what i'm saying. If nikki and kenneth walked in front of me i'm i'm not gonna run up to them and be like nick on unico maxa jalen. I'm going to do it. But i have articulated online because there's a remove and there's a power in the remove and then there's power in speaking from this removed place in this kind of staff that you can take like above the other people you know what i mean but yeah in the same way that i wouldn't say to may like to someone some celebrities face. There's lots of stuff that i wouldn't say to people's faith even if i don't approve of their lifestyles in real life impart part because in part. Because it's not my place. But also i can't. I don't want to do my ask so it's like a right. I'm not gonna do that. And and there's an element of skating to ashby station online. That you not like you can tell. There's two types of people you tell people that never lost a fight and as people has never been in a fight and be talking. Wow like lightning. That's like that's one of the things that you talking. Reckless was just the fact that i've been in fights. It's just like yeah. It's certain level of shit. I'll put up until we get to fight level and it's just like 'cause 'cause you know the cost of it right right and the same thing with With social media like people have to learn the cost of it in normally. It's when you're getting roasted or attacker harassed or whatever that people start learning a cost of like oh shit you can't just say anything and deal with it but also the thing is is not just that they feel powerful and they wanna control. I don't even think is that. I think what it is connection. There seeking connections people. So what happens when i say Niki monopolizing break with a rapist. Husband is that there's other people reading. She's never read it but are other people that got. Oh i feel the same way. Iago half five year dow each need to break up and it's the same. It's the same energy as the same. Is i hate. That's we're connecting. Because we don't actually have any access to these people just think we do but the part that bothers me isn't even that i think the hypocrisy bothers me so much because it's like how everyone had an opinion about liz wearing a thong to the lakers game but then and jokes and all this but then when like lizards talking about being depressed because people talk body then there's like we must protect her or whatever but then like khloe. Bailey does the artwork during singing a song and his like bitches. Kind of go people are looking at are just sold walking up and down. It is pretty. It's really crazy and Interesting that you bring both lizl and khloe. Because i think i off been think when i see i feel about them to ask you about myself sometimes just dislike. You gotta remember who you are. People like i think the thing with And and it also sort of feeds this pair social relationship via talking about. It's the problem is a problem. Could use your fans the problem. Is that these people. Let the people know that they got to Yup that they heard the that they saw it. You know what. I'm saying. Until like not that i got most famous or anything. Khloe liz i. I still be using twitter. Like i'm not verified. I still be using twitter. Like i don't have a job to lose or whatever and lizl khloe both us instagram. And just act like they're normal people. The problem is they not normal so people manners to them. You're saying and then when they have their responses to things that hurt their feelings like crying and they put that online. People are gonna have a not normal reaction to this. There's no the normal thing like in 'cause there's no demarcation for when you cross over from hey you're just hanging out with your fares and you're a and this is what's making you. Famous is the fact that you'll cardi b. famous book instagram iraq light. And so there's no magical moment whereas like and now you even get the fuck off here so they keep thinking they can say to her. She's still searches her name yobe and i. I love cardi b. down. She's one of my favorites. So every right now right but be far cardi and sometimes i just want to tweet at her like you got to search your name no more because you're so famous but then she's probably feeling what by stop searching my name. Everything that got me here is going to disappear. And it's just like yeah. You're right like who knows when it clicks. I would think that it would click with are made ten million dollars. But hey it's asked me to say. I was like that's how you got that ten mil. Yes oh as like hard like being like a lebron actually getting to be working out at the gym bags like nigga. I'm liberal. Because i g love league. Because i'm a ozzy live telling them what i had for lunch and pretending that i know the lyrics to rap songs while lifting these big. Don't see me reading. The first page of his book is still on the first chapter of james baldwin. What am i gonna do i. Yeah honestly it is so easy to be a long celebrity. Just got to be photographed right. Walk in the right corner and show lynn. Honestly i feel i. The activists like celebrity activists people. That's the easiest gripped. Joe it is. You don't necessarily have to be talented d. You don't really have to be on point 'cause like once you're all point people basically due to arguing for you yet. You're like you like. I saw a tweet. They got but clearly she believes that. And i'd be like okay. You can have it. I saw a white do that had a may. He bought a three million dollar house but he is. His people was really doing the most. Try to argue like that shit wasn't weird like like also mike well first of all houses in california like three million dollar house. Oh you there's there's not. I didn't live in a three million dollar house. Califor- you can live in california without the only that's actually really funny that you mention it because me and marsha one day on the phone for like five hours. I know doing like how i am right now. Would you on the phone. From time. I like i. I usually like my thing is. I don't communicate a lot. Not a good texas. Like when i finally get with people turns into like days long conversations. I apologize for being on. Never but like me. And marsha was talking like i was basically just throwing up everything about california and twenty twenty that was pissing me off and i specifically remember specifically. Remember saying that when everybody was. I don't pay rent. Whatever i said something that i thought was reasonable. Which was that my parents. They own a three family house in brooklyn So like not every and lord. Is this like slum lord or even somebody rich who owns multiple buildings. I if you can afford to pay your rent pay rent because people aren't saying pay your don't care if you can't afford it. Don't fuck everybody. Don't pay your. And so then. I mean there were people google in the price of a house in brooklyn in two thousand five because i said oh you know. They bought a house in brooklyn in the early two thousands. They're not you so. People were googling the price of a house in two thousand five in brooklyn and out of the most expensive neighbourhoods so they pretend it at my parents bought a million dollar house right to pretty good. I was too rich out of i. I'm rich elite. Tv writer on out of touch occur fucker to the point where even a producer on On arrested development not just the reviews on flicks. The original god knows how much money he's made even before we renegotiated but writers guild contracts. So who knows how much money he made writing on network television in the early. Two thousand all the residuals. He's collected over the years. He was making fun of me acting like ours elitist and i. I'm a rich. tv writer. Men here comes. August twenty twenty one. That same group of people are trying to tell me that. It's okay for a socialist divided three million dollar house and i'm trying to understand. They were sitting there being like well. You know his money can from twitch streaming. My money came from studios right. I didn't make money off of the back of somebody in a factory. How come his money's cleaning. My money's not right and the money and the money that the people donate it to him in the twitch streams you know like the super chat money or whatever they do the livestream. How come that money didn't how do you have any income from unethical. Capital will yours. We'll see your capitalist. He's a socialist so so he has three million social dollars. But you have a couple of hundred thousand capital dollars so you bad. he's good. I'll tell you that was the easiest grip sometime. I think about it like the same way i think about being a the same way that i'm like man i could've been a great I could have. I could've been really good. As like pastor. He are not okay. Because i'm just like you know what i mean like. You don't have to believe it. Just go up there and get the money but then my morals wouldn't let me do it. Because i'm just saying it's too evil to me is just like joe. Olsten clearly doesn't believe in god no more or he believes that god is shitty as he is right next saying because guys going to be close the door. I'm a church. Hi hat have you. Did you see the aerial view of joel osteen home. Have you seen the like sky view of his mansion. The shit like i mean if he does have a mile of land all around. I would be astonished. I liked eddie long. Doesn't believe in god probably. Yeah he didn't believe so the money so much money and then the people do so much work for you. Like this was sexually assaulting boys and people were still showing up this church giving him more money and do our telling him and telling those boys day was lying and try to take a black man down and they did all the defending him online. And all this shit. And there's a level you can thank you any such an invoice nigga nigga when the under armour are picked was like i will go man who was trying to impress kids. I was immediately like what are we even talking about. You know now i will. I will admit. I do air on the side of like disney could probably did it a little too much. Which is why. I'll stop commenting on everything. 'cause they'll be like ride every like it was a sophisticated frame of them like all right. Well he didn't do it my bet but you gotta be like that if anything. I'm more inclined to believe starting to because there's too many times that someone did do and get away with this alumnae correct. I don't mind. Yeah i think i think the thing the thing for me was to stop telling everybody because it's okay. We like privately. Like ed make within like i'm on a podcast like living. Tell you how disney. He's a piece of shit even his legacy exonerate. You'd be like when they're like. Actually we found the text from ezekiel. Elliot's girlfriend and she's like okay all right so he didn't do that he didn't do now that i'm not saying he's a good person but then there's one ezekiel elliott into like. Every i don't know did absolutely absolutely i just didn't want to be the nigga that i just stupid to beat. I can wait. Like i couldn't usually wait like listen. I'm over here looking at this wasn't like reports light. I'm seeing here too. Because i'm sitting here being okay. Let's say one of those masseuses was lying right ninety yet. I'm looking at disney court date like let's let's go. You know what i do. I'd be going so. I follow a couple of bad bitch blocks because i love bad bitches. Even though black twitter didn't think of reckless sketch showed it but i watched every following the wives and girlfriends blogs and stuff. And i'm sitting there waiting and there's like there was like a countdown on lips together like when is watson's girl going to leave them. That's hilarious every time. A new a new accusation. Be like i think names east of hey and then like it's an he's gonna leave now. Listen i'm twenty two girls in okay. I'm i'm writing this thing to again win bills because it is what it is at this point but the thing i was gonna say. Is the preacher grip. Socialist graph off feel the same way like they get to be wrong as right like a brianna rejoin teeing been right about now. One thing. i've noticed. I bought with the supreme court did texas. Yeah and they let the law. Lynn i like oh and then people started pointing out that she was deleted tweets. Oh this'll be it. This'll be finally a man like either have to admit you know what i did cup or people will just go look how she fucking is acting right now clearly. She's a bad person. Nope right i went to her thing in. It said three hundred and one thousand followers. Oh wait. I got no shots. We saw negative paycheck. Should've been the worst day for her and she still had three hundred hundred. That's why is just like the preacher thing it's eddie. Longest caught fucking aid algorithm children male children and the reason i bring his charges on were phobic his shit so you know what r kelly a lot of people did it turn until last month right. I caught up with goi right. Yeah so like. I was like oh this is over. And they're like no. It's not i'm gonna come up with a way that this is okay. And that's what the socialist people he wanted. They got over there. Yeah shit on democrats every day and democrats alone and they fucking go. Gimme the money in is going to help socialism. I give it making me rich. They remained our houses. They got like. I know what i what i think i'd realize too is like Not to toot my own horn or whatever and you can hear f brilliant but yeah like i'm smart and i think you know an element of being raised in a city like new york in brooklyn or whatever where you grow up a little faster you have to be savvier. My parents are smart people. In on that i got i got got a couple of times past. Everybody's got at some point but you start. I guess i just have like a cynical kind of nature. Or whatever and i think you know social media shown me that not only are people not cynical. Let they wanna get got like they want to. They want to believe the should that you sell. And it's so crazy. Because i remember as a child like before aaliyah died maybe like right before aaliyah's i like my friend was obsessed with ali like there was nothing alliott could do and i'll didn't do wrong right. Like she just was always obsessed with aaliyah and like for me. I was like she's not the strongest actor. She's not the strongest singer life. Fandom in general fandom is a weird thing like. I think it's weird to be like a fan like even when i am a kenyan more stan or whatever i'm being ironic i just appreciate what they bring to my tv. You won't catch me defending somebody when they're wrong. I understand imagine. I don't take point right. Yeah i just can't imagine being so loyal to a brand you know what i'm saying like even when y- easiest come came out and Who else and when cardi got her sneaker deal. Where reebok my brain goes. Nobody's gonna buy sneakers just 'cause they like the music like my brain will do that. What people buy sneakers because they like them music yes. The quality of the clothing is mad. Good like minded. It'd be like ivy. Park is good close but like they live the brand so they buy the clothes and like it's crazy to me. How much more that's been highlighted by social media where it's like well. We bought into the brand so we will literally by all the merge and the merge is. Oh you can have a three million dollar house as socialist and the merch is like all these other things. Because they've already bought the music brandon the rest of the brand and it is so mind blowing you were you would think it would be the opposite right which is not a world just to see these people are and instead it's like you said it's going to opposite way which and i think it's really funny because there's definitely anger and jealousy that they aren't these people. Yes which is what they tried to turn the blue check thing into. Which is i really just want to be you. And that's and that's why. I'm actually disappointed in you. I wanna be you and make you. I would do this this way. And that and you didn't do it that way but one of the things that's was funny about that is it shows how powerless people are when it comes to shape because like the two biggest last i had last week had to be The kanye west numbers into an adroit numbers. Eight was like yawning. Talk shit about them. Twenty four or twenty four hours straight if not more in the know but the numbers say. Don't lie motherfuckers being care. Like if i could've taken a snapshot of twitter and said hey. What do you think this album. Did the day dropped everybody. We're like no one listened to it. Maybe a hundred plays and you're like it's the most streamed album of history. Think people. Do you think people on twitter are lying or do you think are out of touch. Both saying they not and so the lie is i'm not gonna listen to this. I'm done with. That's the li- like i don't listen to kai he's a kooning is and then there's like the anyway trek seventeen a list. I just want to go on the record that. I haven't listened to the album but i have to. Listen to drake's podcast tomorrow. Some do it a duet begrudgingly. Even though i like drake when he steals other coaching drake and i had to listen to both albums for podcast. Doing i think to their wednesday But for the record. I'm not boycotting neither one. I would have listened to either way. I would have waited till they can stop arguing about it to listen to it. Which is my favorite is like. I think i am boycotting comedy. I think like connie has gotten so off putting to me that i if not an active boycott right like i'm and like grammy west but it's like for me it's just like The trump era. I keep like the trump era. Been so a transformative for me. It has really shaped my brain. Like i'm anxious in a way that i've never been before. And so when i see people creating a coal in any way i guess so uncomfortable. I'm trying to resist. And various occult around county eight in the same way. There's a cult around trump and it makes me so unsettled like want. No parts of san may come from the fact that i don't interact with anybody in that camp and i know and just in in life of curated i don't talk to people about music and shit like if you look at my my social media like if i maybe i'll quote alive i don't go back and forth like a man so this is what i think about t