22 Burst results for "John Mullany"
A Look at Big Mouth
"Here to talk about big mouth. We're here to talk about big mouth. So, we're here to talk about some specific one specific episode, and then there's a couple of things leading into it season three episode eight, where they introduced a character named Ali who is voiced by one of my favorite Comedians of all time Allie Wong And it gets really. But before we get into that, let me ask you. Lillian how'd you watched big mouth or you? A fan of big mouth? Is this a thing that you were just like all right? I'm psyched for this season. I I? Have I I really like like I almost didn't watch it. When it first came out, just because the Internet was so down on it and like just sort of treating it as like Oh. This is just gross gross out humor and stuff like that, but I inevitably did watch it and I really like it. It's like one of my favorite shows on Netflix lakes. So every time a new seasons come out I've always made sure to binge it, and yes, it does have a lot of gross out humor, but it's like it's not like you know Ren and stimpy, whereas just like Oh here's butts for its own sake or something like that. It's like in the service of something you know. Yeah League in this. Oh sorry. Continue almost all of my favorite comedians ever are in big mouth like eleven. Kroll I like John I didn't know that I. Like John Mullany until I saw this. I I especially love Jason Zukas, I love Jason Manzar can. And like the, there's like this weird movement on the Internet to just be like big is one of the worst things of all time, because and tying it back to ren and stimpy. The like lots of Internet disciples of John Kay. Who believe like you know animation beats should be strictly. You know by artists and story, board ESTS, and with no sort of. Slip I mean this is turning into an animation podcast now, but like with no sort of inkling of like scriptwriting or stuff like that and like big Ma, and if you look at big mouth like the artistic style is pretty ugly. Yeah but but I feel like that's on purpose to. Well, and I think that there's there's like every medium. There is a place for a lot of different things whether it's like the writing is so good that it makes up for the animation, which then they can hire great animators to make it better in the lions. I feel like Archer was like that at the beginning like the animation was Janke, but the writing was so good that held up. And now the animation is a lot better. If you see the newer episodes, yeah, like wow, yeah! I guess like with with big mouth me I didn't like it when I I watched it. At all I was put off by, and it's not necessarily the gross out. It was like the gross out for the reason of gross out was sort of like my like I'm good and I gave it another shot, and I'm happy, because I really did enjoy that for season once I finished I finished it. Yeah. I mean for as much as I. Liked it, I will you know cop to? It's not an easy show to get into yeah. But I think I think they do. Do a very not realistic by any means but like. A realistic humor of like sophomoric childish, but at the same time. Of elements that are very sophisticated and very adult, and very like you know what, yeah, we don't talk about ciswomen who go through puberty, really in a comedic sense right and so getting a lot of these voices is actually really good, and like the humor is very funny. Once you're able to sort of look past the fact that it's like Oh they're showing Dick's all the time. And it's like. I mean yeah, I mean it's funny. You mentioned that one of my favorite jokes in the series like I forget what the ultimate context of it, but it's very Meta joke where Andrew just basically mentions. or or maybe it was like the hormone monster basically mentioned like. Sort of animated adult animation and Andrew Responds like, but that's Ju-, but that's basically just animated child pornography, isn't it? And the Hormone Masha goes. Oh I hope not that would get people in a lot of trouble, and he just looks at the camera like right.
"john mullany" Discussed on Conan Oâ€™Brien Needs A Friend
"And we yes, we rob Klein another writer and SNL and John Mullany weird. Just and can't in a we're just totally obsessed with with Keith Morrison. I my one of my obsessions is and it's stuff that can't be on the air. But I love and just may come from the fact that I, you know. I grew up very strict moral code Irish Catholic family, and so I love riffing off the very worst thing. I could do what is the worst thing? I could do. And so one of the things I love to do is is we'll see me do this. I'll walk into politics as office. And I'll see I'll see like a Scotland star magazines and stuff in there, and I'll be chatting with or not speak flipping through one. And then I'll I'll say like shit. If I'm told you guys if I'm in one of these you shouldn't have it hanging around and really commit to it. So she gets upset for second. 'cause she thinks that oh shit. I left a tabloid out and Conan's in it. And I'm never in tabloids. I don't think I'll be like shit. If I'm innocent you Bill whatnot. Be like. Com. Brian shits pants Jennings. Laughing. And then I'd spend a whole thing where like, you know, you know, the carrot top quip Stor Conan O'Brien, I try and have that kind of lingo sailed into a Denny's big star. Here he yelled, shoving an old woman out of the way, you hurt me said the old woman, and I served in Korea Q, lady said O'Brien. I've got a load of diarrhea in my pants, and I'm gonna unload it right here on the floor. You yourself before you. There's always a little boy in a wheelchair saying, sir. You're acting it you're you're acting in an uncivil manner. You know, hey, they're really. Hey hot. We said Connor O'Brien to the boy who had. Who was confined to a wheelchair because of a brave act? He performed the voice Coutts two years later. Let's see those wheels. Fly. Sunny, you know, that I like to learn don't you love learning. I do I like to know things, and I like to know more things and the more, I know the more I know that there's so much. I don't know. It's so nice to know stuff, so satisfying..
"john mullany" Discussed on The Phinsider
"Maybe it's only maybe it's only a one way infatuation hot tubs, not as warm as it was back in the day know, Jarvis was happy about it. I don't know. I don't know. I guess we'll see these already in Cleveland. That's like when you're in the pool you like. You gotta love it here, man. We've got a nightclub. The rock and Roll Hall of fame is there. So we. Travelled around a little bit. I have discovered like every city has a cool part of the same. That's all like, I'll be like care to Chattanooga. Mike us from Cleveland trend raspberry trend. Resonator drew Carey. I turn residents that I thought that'd be cooler than drew. Carey. Here. Wait. Yeah. I don't like through Kerry cool terrible replacement for the amazing Bob Barker. So did you watch do you? Did you watch the John Mullany stand up on Netflix the kid gorgeous now than older one? I thought was that was the one I just watched it was twenty eighteen so I guess it just like what I just find again. I just finally it was good that big the big spot about the college calling in for money. Have that one? Yes. Yes. So that's the horse in the hospital. Yeah. It's a great. Remember, I watched it like when it first came out then. Okay. All right. So you're cooler than me. But yeah, I just watched it. It was really good. So. So while so I did I started watching the Ricki race new season new new series on Netflix afterlife. Cool haven't seen it. It's it's actually pretty good. It's the premise. This is not spoiling anything because it tells you right in the in the. Preview his wife dies, like cancer, or whatever. And like, he's just he's just he's just depressed this hell, and he's just just goes around. And just insult does whatever he wants insults everybody. These the Ricky Gervais jerk, we all know and love, and that's basically, it's just a vehicle for him to insult people. Cooling fantastic. So one season why I'm gonna just came out. It just they just dropped the first season one. Yeah. I mean, I've watched up then what's it called the afterlife afterlife? All right. Right. I'll check it out. I also discovered that I will watch anything with Idris Elba in it. Oh, yeah. He's good. Because there's a terrible new show on flicks. That dropped the first season called turn up. Charlie. That sounds a little picture, and I'm like, oh, fucking interest Elba Luther Luther schnatter?.
"john mullany" Discussed on Back To Work
"Sure. But no, I mean, that's an easy one in some ways. But there are certain kinds of things. Oh my God. Who made this joke who midst joke probably John Mullany because I I watched so much John Mullany now. But saying something like what was what was his jokes joke with something? Like, oh, you know, calling somebody a hillbilly is as bad as using the N word something like that. And he goes, no, do you can tell it's not as bad because you're not saying what the N word is right. Is bad. But it's you know, there is this sort of like I say it's roszak test. Because it's like if you have that moment where you brace in exiling concern about something that you think is about to happen. And you catastrophes it, which I am great at you have an very clear image of in your mind of in that moment, the worst thing that you can possibly imagine. Yeah. And if you get in the habit of assuming that the worst thing you can possibly imagine is always moments away for you or your children, right? Like, you get a real different disposition about the world. I mean, I'm not I'm not going to advocate this point of view. But I am going to mention it. What if they did come across something that was potentially even quite bad? And you didn't make a big deal about it. Like, maybe should maybe you should write a sternly worded letter to the internet. But like what if you decided to just Kito your way out of it? And that concern kind of walk by without an outsized emotional reaction from you. And you could say, well, we only you won't talk about that. That was kind of weird. Like, what was that like, and you could maybe talk about I don't know. But like if the kid has seen something horrible. They can't see it either. And it's like well spend the rest of your life trying to cut off like this entire thing. Because of your worst concern like now that is so about you. That's so not about the medium or the kid, right? Really is about your own hang up people are not going to like that. I said that. But I suffer with that everybody does. But I wanna be aware of that. I want to be aware of like unintentionally giving children in inheritance of pain who. Pretty good as a real good talking about something like on type in the inheritance of pain typing. Pretty good. It's a good. I mean, we could be that could be a whole a whole thing. You know? No reason Maryland, I would like to tell you all about ERO aero big fan. Life's too short for bad WI fi Merlin on.
"john mullany" Discussed on Movie Crush
"Just happened that you gave a miss too. I couldn't be elsewhere. But it was it was much smaller affair, but it was very much that same vibe where it was like very selective as to who sat wear and who was used to fill what Jerry stable, Mike Tyson, Mike Tyson. Yeah. She told me that I was so mad. I gave him my seat. Oh god. Did they really? Is that a story? It's the story. Did you get kicked out of your fucking seat? I'd never had a seat in the first place. Oh, no. I was relegated to a a backroom. Now. I ended up in the palca knee was fun. We had a good time. Interesting. And if you're more about the story, I'll tell you in lines, by the way, one of our question asker actually was an Oscar seat filler. He says he's done it twice. And it was a lot of fun. So Ian knows everybody a bit. It's fun. I wonder I mean, I'm sure you have specific instructions to like. Not bother the people that much how. Yeah, you can't like sit down to Clooney be like eight. That cleanses cool to the billers. Oh, I'm sure. Yeah. You let them sort of like, a probably let them talk to you kind of thing. Absolutely. Even then don't don't push it. All right. Let's finish up with. One more. All right. We'll finish up with Katherine Blair. If there was one thing you could change about the way, the Oscars are run and organize. What would it be? Well, they should shorten it up a bit. And they have actually because the one thing I was going to say is. Just get rid of the the fluff and the nonsense too, many dumb bits, and they been doing that more and more. They have streamlined at a bit. Yeah. Over the recent years. I I got tricked. I thought that it was true that Nick crawl and John Mullany, we're gonna host the Oscars as Hello guys because they you know, the dudes from too much tuna or whatever they go. Right. Hello, Broadway, show, whatever they're like these two kind of grizzled New York, Upper West side. Like, we're we're dude slow there for roommates straight. I saw the show on Broadway is fantastic. Now, it's on Netflix. We haven't seen it. You should watch. It. But I did see them host think the independent spirit awards. There you go. So they've got experience. So I kind of -ssume that it was true. And I guess they were just trolling and joking about it. Because apparently they haven't picked new host yet because Kevin Hart kind of was problematic or made some tweet that was offensive. And then he he got he like a homophobic tweet some kind that he got kicked off he got kicked off. And then then there were calls for people to put him back on Ellen Degeneres. Even I think is that right? Yes. So they have no host right now. I don't know what the deal is. I think they might go host Louis and just have a series of people coming up and running the bits of sort of what I was getting to is how important do you think the host is does that make a difference for how much you enjoy is in the host almost like it's total filler years there to see who wins the awards like who can't the main role the host is sort of that beginning bit. And then the rest of the show they do like a couple of comedy bits. But it's mainly just to say who's coming up next and admittedly back in the. Day. When Billy crystal was doing his thing and had a nice run of hosting kind of pretty pretty creative intro bits. Those are those are good. But I don't know man like complained last week about sort of the shine being lost for the Oscars. The older I get just just give him out. Give him out. Going off the air. Do do do it all on the red carpet. Let's just have a red carpet. And no where the people that go would probably love that over Email that we know one has to see anyone everyone. I hear talking about going to the Oscars as much as they say. It's like, oh, it's so glamorous and fabulous..
"john mullany" Discussed on KFC Radio
"But unfortunately, you know, the mind is always looking for ways to think around heart stuff. You know, what I mean, these ideas are pointing at something way beyond your rationality a space that's beyond thinking. And unfortunately, when that goes through the filter of your brain, you end up with people going like, well, how can we get around them? I understand that. I understand. It was a weird thing being saved finding Christ. So early in my life. We hated it. We're like by couldn't I have found Jesus. People would come a time. Exactly. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. They'd have guest speakers coming in and be like I woke up in a truck stop. We use an asset brush to fill out. And we're all like we're making the face. It's like, oh, no, we're so glad you're here now. But in our minds, we're like fucking on. What sins was Jesus redeeming? You know what I mean? We hadn't done any not any good ones. Keeping in on a Sunday. We didn't get a chance to explore and that and that that's one of the things we exploring crasher. Did you have was there a specific moment in real life that you were like all right? I'm out on on on the strictness or the craziness that you had a Fanie. That was it's what crashing is about is is my in my real life. And please don't feel awkward, but I got married when I was twenty two when I was twenty eight she had an affair. And she told me that she was leaving for this guy. And I like at this point I was wearing khakis and blue blue polos. And I wish I looked like a youth. Pastor John Mullany said I dressed like I was divorced before. I was. I just looked like a sad dad with my new balances and stuff like to light beers at a ball game. And I'm like, I don't know. I can try. It was real softy? And then like it was essential. I look back at so essential. It was like this wake up moment where I was looking at it wrong. I thought because I played the bass in the worship team, and I went on missions trips Uganda in Venezuela to build houses for needy people, and that I didn't have sex before marriage, and I didn't smoke or swear do drugs, and I try not to masturbate too much did. But I tried. I tried limited. I thought that that got me like the mafia I was paying protection money. And I thought that like I was paying God to watch my Korean bakery..
"john mullany" Discussed on The Fundamentalists
"Super cool and the idea of the non castrated other being this fantasy of the fantasy of the non is out. It is the fantasy of the non castrated other. Okay. Yeah. You can call thousand number of terms, really. But that's a good way. If that's. Sounds so cool. On. It's all related to the lock. I would love to actually get a bit deeper into the notion for a bit on than not will be a springboard. Yeah. I the notion of the no knock of lock okay Graha because people whenever so an idea that I've explored loads and my books and stuff, but is this notion that we most of us feel a lock in our lives. It's kind of a universal thing. There's some people don't. But that's a, you know, that's zoom problem, but many of us feel like we're locking. We're not the person we wanna be. We don't have what we want to have, you know, it's the of the self help industry, etc. Etc. There's kind of two responses to that. Usually you to one is. Yes, we're locking something on we can fill lock. We've got this gap and are being three religion or three money or three fee we can fill up or meditation meditation, and then there's others say will there is new lock it's secure allusion. You know, you're not locking anything. You're already who'll incomplete on all you need to do is seed the truth you kind of like that one. Yeah. But the kind of like, the the kind of Cheonan notion is is is neither of those. And this is this is the interesting thing is that they're both role but their booth right? They both have something, you know. So the people say will lock as real I feel like I'm not I wanna be which the word for that, by the way is guilt. Guilty. Simply the experience of not living up to something. You think you should live up to? I want to show you the second season of big mouth on Netflix. It's so good his animated show by John Mullany, Nick Kroll, and they're the main it's about puberty and analysts. But one of the episodes that I watched and the second season introduced a new character. So basically these are these are young teenagers and they're surrounded. They have their their hormone monsters follow them around, and they're these vile sort of mythical looking creatures that tell them what to do and and are completely hormonally driven. So and then one of the men's up with is really decrepit hormone Mosman super funny, but there's an particular episode where the John Mullany, you know, kid this middle schooler is it like a pool party or something, and it's an animated show, it's incredibly vulgar. So if you're listening right now, and in in your don't get Vogler, this is gonna get a little older. But basically this kid goes into a bathroom at pool party and sees a swimsuit. Hanging from girl, like an older sister care like older, you know, the sister of his friends. Yeah. So he's in there, and he sees the swimsuit, and he like goes in the he's he's like in his mind, the hormone monster appears or whatever he's like you're gonna wanna like get in there. You're gonna do some stuff to that thing. You know, basically masturbate. Yeah. He does. And he's he he gets walked in on by the girl who his was her swimsuit, and she sees him. And she's just like, oh, my oh my God. Oh my God. Like and just like last and like runs away, but the introduce a character called shame. And it's one of the best. It's so well handled because the hormone monster is the sort of bombastic like God that aid sorta just like all your your primal desires, and then this guy named shame comes in. And he's the skis e like vampire, Dracula looking guy who's very judgmental. And all of a sudden the kids in court, and he's having to defend. Himself and they're like at the end of the day..
"john mullany" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast
"Graham is a Gramercy theater in New York. And it's a peed and John Mullany Pete Holmes and Regina spector and some cast members from from crashing like Buki, Jamie. Leeann and me and yet for the Ronald McDonald house, which is a monster lineup. John Malini man that guy's just he's just a New York England genius guy. So all right. What else? What else we can? We can we discuss it. We promoted we've promoted was law away, your masterclass. I have a master in the presence of how do you get? How do you like get the somebody approach you with like with something like that? Like you want to like I could teach masterclass on how not to read out loud. The how to fuck things up. How to make your wife mad at you for three days in a row. Sure. I have that mastered throat, which what was your masterclass. Well, I did it because my friend Jay Roach directed. Awesome powers. He directed my masterclass. So it's basically several days of talking to Jay Roach. Who's asking me, quite there's no crowd or anything like that? And I got Ted talk or anything. No. It's just an age edited edited up, and I think it came out, really. Well, the thing you probably know because you've worked with a lot of people and staffed is so much of it is just inspiring people to work hard people are so damn lazy like people just don't put in the effort. At all. I told I told someone that the other day, I was like, look, you gotta have a certain level of talent. But what separates people is just like the people who have like that work ethic. And it's almost got to be like and people in this business. I kind of workaholics. I've learned with episode family some of these people. Hey want to go through it again. I was like, oh, yeah. Yeah. These people are fucking insane. Like, they don't want to go home. But the people that I saw like just really really really work. I don't want to name any names because then if I don't name names people saying, what are you saying lazy? But I I saw a lot of people that weren't the guy, but work their way like independent the guy. But like with you. It's gotta feel good when somebody comes and asks you to teach your masterclass, you certainly have the body of work and all the stuff that you've done it. Because I I think the last three times I've I've talked to you that is what I've asked you. How do you and my delegation of that shit because I still want to be a comedian and still, you know? They'll be in good. Is you have to be out there doing it? But if how do I, you know, but I also love doing the show. And then also got to be a dad like how how how to fuck the balance. All so is some of that in there the mass. Absolutely. And I think a lot of it is. That you're just pushing pushing ball forward. So you may be on the road doing stand up, and you have a great idea for movie, and it's just making sure in some consistent way, you're pushing it forward and making progress now you might finish it in three months, you might finish it in three years. But if you have four or five things going at the same time, that's really what it is. You know, I might get up in the morning and go from the moment, I get up to lunch. I'm gonna work with Pete. And in the afternoon, I'm doing a movie p Davidson, I'm I'm gonna Anne. rewrite p Davidson. And then you gotta get burned out. Do you get frustrated the illusion Tempe seem like show guy is this like is this how you are like you behind the scenes you one of those guys throwing laptops. Like, it doesn't work. We're trying to stay here on night where I only get crazy on two issues. What two or three issues one is if the food orders wrong, I just I can't handle it like they don't bring the salsa with the burrito. Like, I reward myself with that that could go viral that could go bad. You're you're you're an out. That's okay. That's that's I that's understandable. By by biggest moments of shame where I go. You really lost it or mainly around food, but the areas where I get crazy one is used to people who tell me, I couldn't have my casting..
"john mullany" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour
"Her philosophy was not it was it wasn't based her. The thing is not based on like, here's what you do other than you get on stage and be yourself. And if you wanna really frustrate a bunch of people, or if you wanna come up with a fucking thing that honestly, you can't really monetize book because it's too senses. Get onstage and be yourself. It's like, I don't know what you are who you are anything about you, only, you know that. And you might not know who you are because you've been fucking hiding from yourself because you wanna be John Mullany. You wanna be somebody that you saw or you wanna be somebody used to be or you want to be something that you're not writing this fucking second. And this thing that you are right in this fucking second. It might be filled with pain in this thing that you are in the second, it might be addicted or this thing that you are in the second might be confused, and whatever, but when you become. When you start training yourself. To accept that. And you kind of let go of the. Endless battle against. The people are fighting this ridiculous, endless endless battle to become some version of John Mullany for them. They might have a different job Mullany. Right. But they're an endless war to try to become this other thing, and it's really sad. And it's a really tragic tragic war, they're fighting. So this is why when you hear like Buddhism, you'll hear the term surrender and people here that like fuck them, not surrendering. That means I'm cower. It's not that kind of surrender. It's a different kind of surrender. And and it's really paradoxical because three this surrender. You win everything. You know, you're actually losing by winning this ridiculous war the war. You're fighting is to be someone. You're not congratulations. You did. It you're now someone you're not now you're surrounded by people want you to act like someone you're not. Yep. Good job. You gotta fucking keep up this ridiculous act around everyone and this. Where it man, you know, how many times have you done in trouble? You know, like, I don't know. Maybe you didn't do this. Maybe in the earlier one of your other world, you did this. But you go out to eat with a girl, and you want to become what you think she might want you to be, you know. So that's what a lot of people think seduction is, you know, and there's a whole fucking shitty. Crazy insane pickup artists books that are all based around analyze the person and become you think they want you to be tricked them into liking you. And then they like you God forbid that fucking works in a relationship cut to a year later and someone saying the I don't you're someone. I don't even know. And it's like, no, actually, this is who I am. I'm crabby sometimes depressed, angry confused, stinky person who sometimes smokes much fucking weed or gets to is lazy. And I'm inside. I'm just a big mass fucking chaos. But because I've been putting on a show. Of being something, you know. Now, there's this rotten rotten awful anxiety. That people are feeling all the time because I'm not saying, but PS this is not like Dunkin Trump's will. Divorce rates aren't as high as they are. Because. The only had one good relationship in my life. It's a relationship. I'm in today. Yeah. You know, why why? Because I want to know what my heart on my own. Yeah. I say joke onstage take onto a date. He picked me up at my house, and you go, but she's got cats..
Review: Big Mouth Season Two Released On Netflix
"Hormone monster Ford, the guys in the female one for the ladies and Maya Rudolph stars as the female hormone monster. And Nick Kroll actually does the male hormone monster. It's I can't recommend it enough Jenny slate John Mullany, they also do voices for Armenian. So if you want to relive some of the most awkward moments in your life than I recommend going over to big mouth season to burn you'll probably want to be of a certain age because if you're too close to it it might still bring back memories. Okay. So that's big mouth on the flicks. There's two seasons. How like how long are the shows
"john mullany" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
"I know who's on that flex. I was like, mother fucker ago, who is it is she goes John Mullany and I go, God damnit. My kids are in the back of my car quoting Jamila to each other laughing hysterically, and I'm up front hearing jealous that thinking that's in my act my saying, yeah, dude, his specialist really fucking good. Always been great. I haven't seen it yet, but that guy's just done nothing but great. He's really, he's. Gracia and he's funny, man. Yeah, I think this will this, this post comedy thing will will will tighten up the comedy reins of people going like him. There's two types comics. People that make you laugh. People are not into making people laugh, figured it out finally, okay. Comedy, this kind of stuff. The post comedy, not the serious comedy is not for everybody right. It's actually I, I call it broad because it's very easy. It's like that it's the fake bravery is really just like I'm just doing therapy so that calling that brave brave Icee is doing a pro slavery. Now, I think I think braver in my opinion, what I find brave is is what you're saying. Like I only the only thing I can see that I've witnessed where I heard the premise that I went brave is fuck. Was bills anti military bit? Yes, bravery, that's where you're going to get. You're gonna get shit on for this for share anyway. Stand up comedy. If I'm an audience, it's not for everybody. Know it's dark. It's fucking the undercurrent. It's the lowest level of entertainment industry is counterculture. It's not for everybody the whole art forms, not for everybody. Yeah. So this shit, this post comedy stuff this like more like, fuck the laugh so should say something. Real people that are into real comedy. That's only for a small percentage of people very recipe. They need something. They need something real broad and easy. So that's for them. It's for the people can't handle the fuck in crazy shit. That said in a comedy club on a week night there they can't. Most people can't hang handle their fault. They shouldn't be. And the reason we have fun doing it is because only for small level of people. So now you make that go further where it's like, what is this other style? Other styles for regular people who had no foot in stand up before they were never stand up fans. It doesn't take away our fans. It just brings in other people into the world stand up and some of those trickle down to the kind of stuff that we outlaw the dangerous stuff that we like. I think I think it also it's, you know, it's one of those scenarios where you go. Obviously not all comedies for everyone like people go, hey, don't should on what I do. Oh, yeah, exactly. Do your thing? I'll do my thing. Say like stuff she would have to be like movie shaft to have a message like so happy Gilmore can exist. Yeah, like no come on the the hangover can't be. No. It's just like, do your thing and they'll today if I, if I LA, you know, one more time I'll punch that bitch in the face. If I, if I. I don't mean to, I shouldn't even say this, but like say, I have some questions about her sexuality. I soon as I should say, my thought was like, don't say it, whatever you wanted to say she does. I don't know what's going on with her. I love her. I want her to be happy. Save. I mean, got not forbidden, but God bless. She watches Ninette her freshman year college and feels this power. Fuck. Thank you. Know that. Now granted semi street for teaching about words. Yeah, like whatever, whatever. Fuck in helps you heal and helps you afford. That's the art form. I guess Jay was only problem is like, oh care about doing whatever she wants. But then later saying, like, don't do this, not to my style shut up. Yeah, I'm not a yeah, the, I try not to shit on anybody's like stand up publicly just because it's like you're doing your best supposed to do their best. They're not good. God forbid, I got whoever it is doing it ten years and everyone's like, oh, donkey punches, where we go with this all my premises at fucking ten years were dude. What do your thing? It's obviously you should try to get on if you have a chance to be sitcom for years end who would know do it, who would not do it..
Steve Bannon no longer headlining festival after Jim Carrey, other celebs pull out
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Steve Bannon dropped from New Yorker Festival after swift backlash
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"john mullany" Discussed on The Fundamentalists
"A one are comedy special, but then someone may be said to have we will through a pile on the at this. Yeah, because it's going to be cheaper than one episode of game of thrones, but I know. But you said you re watched it. What was your feeling when you re rewatch it and you can get past the glitz glamour? I, it's his best is yet, but it takes a little bit and And that. that that being said, I can be kind of critical of him, but only in the sense of like he's a hero of mine like he was. He's one of the major reasons I started. I got involved in stand up because I remember watching it was him. It was his special new in town, and I remember being like, oh, there are people making comedy stand up comedy for me, and it was the first time I realized that like before stand up comedy was always something where it was like, well, that's for people who are into like, you know, like it's billing ball or something, and that's maybe can be funny, but he's not my Cup of tea, and then John Mullany comes along and he in many ways, was this sort of like voice of generation and still is and and like, oh, Hello, I think on Netflix is one of the best things I've ever I've ever seen to the point of having deposit because I was by myself laughing too hard, which I've never experienced my life. It's like he's clearly a genius, but he made me wanna get a heavily involved. And then Beaubourg them's what was the guy is incredible. He's just, I mean, he is a level. Of he's the kind of talent that does literally make me believe in God. Like there's like, I see him and I'm like, whatever this guy got is a is a absolute lottery ticket DNA or something like he's he's gifted his any word or whatever they can tell he's obsessive. And that might have effort. He puts into the smallest detail when you showed me that one. The one months show that he did that was just I was I won't rewatch it because I was just so impressed by hypothetic make happy or what the one where he was mic hop. I don't know what it was called, make happy his most recent one. No, I think it was his first I think about what was the one that made me go like free on his YouTube channel, which is also that in and of itself was like. Beautiful. And I guess that was some kind of weird like Netflix, it was just like, yeah, you do that. Do it. He was the difficulty is because you cannot was massive..
"john mullany" Discussed on Your Mom's House
"I would pre game with like I. And when I decided to quit, I was like, what is my life going to be an year? Just still the same person. Was it a slow build up to saying like, hey, there's something going on, or was it like a moment kind of thing? I did hit a bottom, so there was a moment, but it was a slow build up because I was drinking all the time. I was blacking out very easily. It always reminded me of that. John Mullany joke where he's like, I got to the point where it have like one drink in your body would be like, well, we know where this is going. We're going to bed just your you would black out from like a couple beers because because that's because my brain is exactly has joke, your brain knows we know where this is going. It never stops it to beers. Let's just turn off the lights now and energy. Is that right? I didn't know that happened. So I would I would black out very easily, and I never did anything like super regretted or dangerous when I drink, but the hangover was destroying my life. I couldn't function anymore, and I was just starting to get things like I just I remembered the impetus was kind of. I got a pilot MTV to do a talk show that turned into a show, but I remember thinking not be able to film this and write this if I'm hungover even like every day. 'cause I always have a hangover. And so it was like, so I got a book because I quit smoking with this book called the easy way to smoke Alan, all these comics so many this book I, yeah, I was one of the early adopters, I think of the book for the I've given it to so many medians..
"john mullany" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell
"Raid of this new g mail but i do it every time i get in there i think i have an email but instead there's an advertisement at the top in my mail checkout posts mates to for twenty or i'm like the fuck this is my g mail now you're going to advertise in yeah it's sick of us it's well you can shut off the advertisements and g mail because i had those for a while and then i figured out you can turn them off all right so it was a different color joe let me take you to pets movie that was still forget to that was our new segment called which in mo witch and grown yeah eddie variation of that phrase yeah that's get them to the movie corner i haven't seen anything okay i haven't seen much i think that's true i don't think i have watched a single thing i'll bring up a thing you mentioned last week that i watched okay i watch john mullany kid gorgeous special yep what a fantastic piece of work as grant it made me so happy i i was really laughing through the whole thing yeah he's deliveries great he looks great the set immaculate it's it's exciting seeing him in that big radio city music hall room and he fits that is a guy that was crafted genetically to perform in radio city music hall just agreed all really seemed right i really really loved it.
"john mullany" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Oh come together perfectly okay amazing back i enjoy him and plus he's nerd hot hot list for some reason i just coincidentally right before our show started i was in a little bit youtube gortex just kinda zone out and they do a b s and l's snl social media department is like hannah are social media guru it's so they're so good and they they do these series collect behind the sketch and john mullany he's interviewed and he talks about the origin of stefan and he said you know of you know i was just a character that would appear in other bits but then they went to the the writers of weekend update and said hey would you mind if we tried to find as a weekend update commentator right and then then it just exploded and then he did admit he did reveal what we all kind of guest and bill hader has revealed this in other interviews that but john mullany will will change a word or two when they go live just to try to throw bill off he didn't reveal that he's like you know i don't change a lot but i'll change like a word here or i'll add into script or a you know a funny descriptors that i didn't write in rehearsal so he goes my goal is always because bill and i've heard this to bill had one of the best work ethics of the snl cast members like he just he he wanted to do the job and do the job well and he didn't like breaking up so john said it was just so fun to watch him week after week lose it just by changing one word or two and i know for me as a fan watching the stefan segments a my favorite part is when bill breaks up and now when you watch you'll know he's breaking up because john mullane used changing words in the the the the cue cards six six forty one fellow travelers fellow travelers when we come back a mom of the forks and napkins lex i got to know about yeah yeah yeah my mom is turning into her mom which will be my future of course.
"john mullany" Discussed on She Didn't Text Back Podcast
"Pay attention yeah that's like yeah i actually i told you i just watched john mullany standup i actually really liked it a lot i was in my house laughing by myself would you know i never just do and he had a joke in it he was like he was in one of those theories that i love like you know it was a beautiful the new york when i forget the name but he mentioned that it's like the closest thing we have to simply from elementary school is like stand up shows assembly in elementary school remember all the kids go and sit down in the auditorium and you have to go look watch somebody talk line we did do those over the point of those i don't get aids secrets that was more high school you don't remember that auditory haven't thought about that fucking in year yeah yeah yeah i agree i wanna do i also wanna do assembly i wanna i wanna do a show but yeah we'll we'll get to that in the future on the future it's the rotates the halfway point i wanna thank one of our sponsors and we're gonna take a quick little break but when we come back we're going to answer some damn questions i hope you're okay with that if you're not sorry oh right we'd like to thank one of our great sponsors the black tux we appreciate you guys thank you for sponsoring it the black tux is by far the easiest way for guys to rent suits and tuxedos online and you know how hard it is a fine a suit going out finding the right taylor's in this one makes it all easy for you i'm super impressed with the quality of these amazing black tuck suits and with free home try on you could see the fit the field and the quality of your soup before you need it i'm talking like you got a wedding like down the line i know your sister's getting married in six months you try on now is what you want to do the black tux is expert customer care had our back every step and we're able to get suits that usually retail for twelve hundred dollars from the black tux starting at just.
"john mullany" Discussed on KQED Radio
"From npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly jury selection begins today in florida for the wife of the man who carried out the 2016 attack on the pulse nightclub in orlando that shooting left forty nine people dead prosecutors allege nor salman knowingly helped her husband omar mateen planned the attack white house communications director hope hicks is resigning npr's camera keep says the decision was announced a day after hick's testified before a house committee on tuesday she testified all day behind closed doors as part of the house intelligence committees russia probe she was also deeply involved in the botched white house response to accusations of domestic abuse against a former top aide to the president but a white house official insists that hick's decision to resign had nothing to do with either of those things russian president vladimir putin is touting his country's hitech military capabilities in today's state of the nation speech in moscow putin says russia has been testing nuclear powered cruise missiles once with unlimited range he also says russia has nuclear powered underwater drones putin also talked about reforms and changes in russia he's heard here through an interpreter we need to strengthen democratic institutions and local selfgovernment civil society the judiciary more when we have to be open to the won't open to new ideas and new initiatives so i'm dave mattingly npr news in washington on the next fresh air comics nick role and john mullany they'll host the independence spirit awards on ifc saturday night honoring the year's best independent films they also do the lead voices in the new netflixing animated comedy series big mouth about a group of kids going through puberty dealing with new sexual urges and considerable embarrassment join us.
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"john mullany" Discussed on The Old Ones with Mike Birbiglia
"Okay uh this is an x is a little bit of an experiment this is mike berbig liam and i have a new tour and it's called the new one going to like fifty cities i'm really thrilled about it i had this idea like why don't i take my five albums and have one episode for each where i discuss it with like an old friend this episode is john mullany one is with jet appetite one is with my brother joe ones with pete homes ones was by way of jan and um and i thought it would be really fun and i i think you guys are really enjoy it welcome to the old ones who boom boom boom herewith median john mullane e one of the americas in the world's great comedians one of my favorites and longtime friend we've been working together for a billion years i've never not done comedy with you involved never i'd no yes you got me started in khamis i've never done comedy without you well again yeah i was looking back at some of those dates what were the core that college oh yeah item interview rail uranga i knew years never dance time that i have been even close to a comedian and not known and so you and i have known each other so long 2000 i'd say right well i graduated in two thousand and i came back started at george jhansi thazan and i came back to do a workshop uhhuh with nick crolles improv group he was a senior and the director of the improper eboni was a freshman and he had just cast me so when he was a freshman we were in the funniest person on campus contest together that's how we met and he always tells the story told on conan about how he sort of miserably lost this thing by had by planting a fake like peeing mechanism that s has his plan for his act was he was going to have a balloon in his path.