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"john teddy" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

08:50 min | 2 weeks ago

"john teddy" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Of these group one races over a mile. They're incredibly prestigious. It's very valuable, but there does seem to be more of an emphasis on ten for longs or a mile. Yeah, look, I think the new age, you know, in the last ten, 20 years, I think even longer. There are always love to have a bit of speed in pedigree. And I don't know if it's a fashion thing or what, but or a commercial reason, but they're always like to have speed in their horses and you always hear the master or Ed O'Brien, you know, he always says, even with even when he's staying horses, he always is, you know, this sort of stenosis got plenty of speed pennies. He's got speed for a mile to get him on a half and you know, I think that's what they really love. They love that added option. Of a horse that has speed that can stay. And that kind of shows you how good the likes of frankel was. And how invincibly was that the speedy has put in he could have gone further, he could have come back. He probably could have won a sprint. Yeah. So I think that's just, you know, they just love to have those open options to go to horse. That is good enough. To go back or forth in distance. I'll still be a champion. Makes sense to me. Bay bridge, by the way, is by nube, who won the French Derby. Which was reduced to ten for lungs, controversially, a number of years ago and the horse who was second that day was highly real. The ghost, the greatest of all time. So bay bridge and the Japanese horse whose name I'm butchering, but I'm quite I'll get familiar with that as they ask coach I was continuing. Don't worry. Shit, don't you need a talent? Thank you. I knew you had my back. Right, the goal cup. Feature race of the week. Kypris is your three to one favorite stradivarius that the former champion 72 Shan Wilhelm William, well, if there's good in the description probably not, even though he has one on good to soft that's twice. 7 to two true Shannon and there are the three big guns really. Last year's runner up princess Zoe, 11 to one for Tony Mullins. I'm really excited about kypreos, but it's something else from John teddy garston to bring stradivarius back as an 8 year old that's a very sporting move from Bjorn Nielsen. He could be just getting cash for him each time he had certain meet some air and instead here they are trying to make history and join Yates with four gold cups. Can he do it, Daniel? I think this year is going to be a bit tough friend. He's not getting any younger, but I love the Gritty showed. The Gritty showed last time I had York obviously like there's a different kettle of fish these horses, but it was his first one of the year. He's getting older so that all of the horses get them all kind of fitted. You need to have them. So with the run under his belt, of course, he's going to come in here and nice and fit. But you know, don't have a rule him out because he's champion stare and John goes and I suppose Bjorn is mono kept him in training if they didn't think he was up to the job and he's shown last time out that he is. So, you know, you can not rule him out of running a big race. Search a great consistent or something Alan King has done an amazing job keeping his horse at that level. And then I suppose it's quite open after that. And obviously, like you say, you're going to have to stay. So it's always an exciting race because there's obviously the two top horses there, but I think this year this control per surprise, I think. What's your take on kyprios? Like erased, which he has on his side by Galileo, the superstar, but coming up against these, it's a different kind of fish. These toughened, hard and stairs that, you know, if it does turn into a true test that if there is a drink in his armor, that's how it could be found out. But he's the open commerce, so you never know. And as well he's going from a mile in 6. It's a very, very drastic jump up and jump up and distance. So you've got to take that into account as well. Yeah, that leap from a mile 6 to two mile four. You don't know until they actually face it. Not even in the brine nose. So it's going to be fascinating to see how he does. He's very strong in the market three to one and had a stradivarius at 72 and true Sean. Will he won't he probably won't. Commonwealth cup feature race of the Friday. In debate there with the coronation, but choose for yourself. Perfect power, Christoph sumi on Richard fei, 92, el Cabello who has been cleaning up on the all weather and returned to the church last time. Hey Doc and a winning return car book sprinters are true in this form. And Tenerife dropping back to sprinting distances after disappointing in the 1000 guineas. Three year old sprinters over the flying 6 furlongs, what's your take on the Commonwealth cup Neil? Yeah, I think it's a very open race. The young up and comers. Perfect power, I think he didn't quite state a distance in the Guinea, so I think it's a good decision to come back to sprinting. Rather than let it season draw out too long and then decide, but. Is he turns up like he was last season and his first one this season is going to be pretty tough to be. Al caballo, I've been watching him through the winter, not through the winter but truth spring on the all weather. And I just loved I love his racing style. He just keeps it simple. And he just keeps going. And you know, he never wins by far, but he just finds a way to win, so I just love this horse is actually just, he looks like he just wants to win, so go bears go. He's another one, pretty tough. Consistent form. And then I think the rest is quite open. Very, very open race this. Yeah, we should mention Twilight jet for Michael Callahan as well, because he was brilliant against New York City. A nice and tiber flow to be fair for the haggis yard. Another indication of how good el Cabello is because he beat tuber flow and then tuber flow comes out and wins. Next time out. So both of those sources are quite interesting. But a huge gun for Michael Callahan with Twilight jet, who probably isn't getting the attention or credit he deserves because he raised so much as a juvenile. I think people are finding it hard to believe he's proper group on class. But he looked that way against New York City last time. He did. And I was a two year old last season towards the end of the middle park. He was probably only beaten about three quarters of length behind perfect per in the middle park, so I think perfect power on that day had the beaten of most of these horses. So it depends on what any of those horses coming out like go bears go Twilight jet if they have improved significantly over the winter. To be able to Trump perfect power. Look, I think at the moment, perfect power looks to want to be and I think the rest are open. Yeah, you guys a lot of these on juvenile form as you say. It's going to be fascinating race. Is this the future race then? The coronation 6. It depends really. Officially, yes, but some people prefer to come with a couple. Homeless songs is a short price over 5 to four. The 1000 guineas winner having beaten Tuesday last summer, that form worked out well. In spiral for John and The Guardian is 11 to four, cahier for George Bowie 13 to two discoveries for Jessica and his 12s, this is a really fascinating renewal of the coronation stakes. Homeless songs was devastatingly impressive last time out, and spiral making her comeback. I think discoveries is capable of running a massive race here for Jessica and as well with the stable in much better form than when she ran out of the 1000 guineas. But your technique. Yeah, this is an exciting race because there's about a half a dozen of the Phillies in there that can take this race. Homeless song very, very impressive to Kara and the 1000 guineas, cashier also, and then only just run out of it in the French guineas in sparrow or just waiting for this since last season. She came in off the winter as a hop off for the whole spring for the classics. The first classics and she just wasn't quite right so they'd give her time..

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"john teddy" Discussed on Trainer Talk - The Podcast

Trainer Talk - The Podcast

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"john teddy" Discussed on Trainer Talk - The Podcast

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"john teddy" Discussed on Something Who

Something Who

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"john teddy" Discussed on Something Who

"It's Yeah i'm trying to think of any say about Yeah it's it's fantastic. In the way picks up the pace the diet will the shaky cam and stuff like that. It's is a step above. Nc we've seen in two until now or grab it into stuff And this is question about would would people to seen. Would people actually notice the difference between that and Twin dilemma the following week diet totally. And so it's interesting. Because i think some people have people have line spoke with quite seen as so season. John teddy watchers to know this difference between location film and obi and and kind of quarter into film with phillies stuff with quantity and And then yeah and then to thank vote to those tacky incapacity. Although i think it didn't look as tacky as a sold except for the some of the Film stuff when we did it. A few weeks ago The location stuffed too bad And then to make a vague connection those we have this odds we have. We're not filming filming standard definition digital at this time and post pursing it to make it like film. Only does not believe that was the idea. Yes yeah I'm not sure we're going with this. Yes the both great exercise in pacing. I think and designee and designing the script his. Yes yes good to great butts but his williams's do action that's vide- upstate in skis it yet. In case it moving along and properly injects ice detention and then those oversee is Somewhat finesse a even for today's tastes. He gets things like that. Cut away for the two fabulous grabbing Traffic and everything being hyper hyper sped up and and yet and yet when it comes to the fina the the day new lawns you get his way. It wherever the slows down to.

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"john teddy" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

14:11 min | 2 years ago

"john teddy" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

"So in hindsight you know we probably should have had some undoing continuity which we did not actors were reasonably you know awesome in in matching but it took a while to cut things together. We had so many options that There was actually a lot easier than than I was expecting. We didn't do Moran Test Audience Screenings where we give them all the the rock cut so it's no collection. No sound design. No no anything and just make sure are. The story was clear enough. And that helps a lot in the editing process to and a lot of indie filmmakers. Don't necessarily think to do that like they want to show people a finished product. But we're really transparent thing we need to make. I mean this is a complex science fiction story. There are a lot of things going on in here and we needed to make sure that it was something that people could follow from beginning to end very cool. Now I did notice that Apparently you guys used a drone camera to shoot some of the overhead stuff. Yeah Yeah John Teddy Graham drugs. He's pretty awesome. Drones have a mixed reputation unfortunately the ones near airports but as far as no making is concerned. It is really is giving you an angle. That really kinda boost the level of quality of the film and showing you angles. You normally would not get what using the Chapman Crane Yup for sure and and what we tried to. We didn't want to overuse it either. So what we tried to do is is. Thank you know if this this ancient powerful force is an entity and it has a way of looking at people then. We decided the way it looks at them as from you know from the sky downwards and so we tried to only use the The drone shots when we were trying to give basically the Pov of course and as far as did you have any time at all because it is a complex story to kind of go through with the cast or Elaina. Were they on the side saying asking? You like you know what what's going on because you were. Yeah I mean we did do Readings of the script prior to actually shooting And one of them we we even 'cause Yanni who Yana. She was still up in Portland so we actually facetime Taran so she could be a part of it as well Very had meetings with each of the actors individually to talk to them about their role on scripts and the saving grace about the way we shot it. We shot it pretty much in chronological order Except for that one day. So you know. We're all really in what happening. And by the by the end when things really go haywire and things are revealed we were utterly just emotionally and physically at the point where these characters with dis so That really awesome and he'll and I both come from a theater training background as well and actually we went different times because the same school university of British Columbia in Vancouver before you know in the process of Versing play we would always spend a good three to four days sitting at the table going script asking questions and just getting sort of ironed out for started like walk around the words and so we tried to do that. The best that we couldn't get everyone all one place because we're living in Los Angeles for one reason and also because it's just schedule wise. It's just really tough. Also I mean this is that we were shooting up to eleven to thirteen pages a day which is a lot like we had a very very short schedule and so the actors have to come really prepared and I mean we brought him. Yeah like my my character is not well liked. What would it that way You know having so much dialogue where you try to be prepared possible but sometimes it's it's really difficult and we'd be running lines together on set to make sure that we are getting everything in there because you know there's a lot of dialogue to explain what's going on in this world and make it believable and it was just so impressed would be how everybody really rose to. The it was a lot of words I mean and in some respects to you know we didn't have a large enough budget to do like you know marvel like facts. And so in some cases they had to basically talk about what was happening while these guys really brought it. It was pretty amazing to watch. Yeah Yeah it was Elisa's archive. I thought was cool. Because yeah she kind of comes into it and has I will say without giving too much away. Tabloid like expectations of what's going on and then during it during the course of the film that changes and she realized that This is bigger than she thought so and actually that's true for all of them. I mean the others are supporting their friend and then they realize that this is something bigger and then there's a huge reveal at the end which I didn't see coming and and that kind of puts everything in perspective but yeah it was the arts believable and they kind of reacted kind of like the way most people would react in a situation where it really not sure what's going on but you know especially the books. The father had were clues on how to kind of figure out this puzzle. The Mind Bender. Yeah we just tried to keep it on track every day and and tell the story in a clear concise way and try and do it from you know the the perspective of each one of these individuals in this situation and Yeah. I'm really impressed with the cast and crew. We should say I mean. This crew was tiny. We were literally only had a crew of fix maximum every any given day so it was an tiny troupe of awesome people helping us make Christiane and you know. We're we're endlessly grateful to what they brought to the project knowing trailer care people. We had great food. So I say that during Portland's take domino's work so you did mention that you use the red camera giant talking about something that has revolutionized independent filmmaking because of the quality of it. They're not cheap. If you have one it just elevates the film to a whole `nother level. Oh Yeah. It's a beautiful camera. Yeah it's then that we rented that actually from our post production supervisor lack next from long lost films. Yeah the thing that just a beautiful piece of equipment and Rick New. The the red quite well and we had A. Did you Ronin for a lot of the? I'm not a big Fan of hand-held would you? Everyone knows But I like I like moving camera shots so we ended up with A. Did you Ronan which was really really sweet and gave us a lot of you know opportunity to run around and And Rick really enjoy that too. You know not have to say I'm Latino so anytime I you know. Any Latino is working on a project. I just actually talked to an actress who played the mom just yesterday of the army. Who of course is going to be in James Bond and all this individual knives out? I talked to the actress who was in there. And it's just it's nice to see Latinos especially in this genre kind of taking a step forward and Pedro. Pascal is playing the mandatory. And now so. It's a seems like some some things are kind of breaking through a little they are. Although I have to say well I do have some fashion my background and actually have. Philipino there you go. I know. It's very confusing for people because nobody thinks Filipino I'm I'm happy nucle- Filipino Russian German. So I have finished my background As well 'cause obviously like as part of the Filipino Spaniards being in the hands while we have we have fans host and Garcia and Guzman. And all of that. So it's interesting because I'm such a weird Majd podge of cultures. So I I I don't WanNa take credit for you know like Hispanics or anything I didn't know that like even by naming the character Garcia Even though that is jokes you know last name. It could also you know. Hopefully if people like you did see this and like assumed that it was Hispanic that it'd be okay to you know. I just wanted to make sure that you know we didn't call me like Jones or something. Yes I hear you I hear you. Well the main thing is and this is something. I always been stressing really for the last few years especially and its diversity and we need to see that and we also need women taking a leadership role as we did in this in this film to. Yeah Willie like along with the diversity thing for me as a a diverse actress. That where you can't necessarily pinpoint me and put me into one category of ethnic background. It's also difficult because it's like you know. Do I only play half Filipino? Russian German characters. Like I can't can't got thing because the world is such a big melting pot of different cultures. So it's important that we also see people have mixed ethnicity whatever that might be so the. We're all represented on streams A little bit of a tangent but I also like that things are kind of getting a little more mixed verse. Wise like Ackerman is not the blonde haired Guy and Actually Jeffrey. Wright is going to be playing commissioner Gordon in the new Batman. So it's like we're becoming a little more color blind and I I like that because that opens it up to really any type of actor to play these iconic roles so it it's a slow change but it is happening. Yeah I mean look at that will. Yeah absolutely yeah cool. I'm glad they stuck to her Lgbt roots and his front and center indicator Kate Kane and they haven't changed that and And what I love is it really. Don't make a big deal out of it. It's just that's who she is and own. That's it that's that's exactly it? I mean I think that we're we're also obviously crazy. Rich Asians changed the conversation completely around seeing more Asian faces and film and Television and and is story. But we are getting to the place where it's like we're just people were all just people. Living Y doesn't matter if we're you know purple or orange or grey colored. You know what I mean like. Just people vote. Yeah we all have the same stories to tell and That's really encouraging that There are so many more diverse bases and sexualities and genders and that that is all a big melting pot of of representation. You're right yeah yeah. Good it's called America. You know what you said about having to not call attention to the fact that somebody happens like Sam in our in. The Shasta Triangle happens to be African American an African American woman. Who's the sheriff of a town and you know in one way? That's a really big deal but in another way we wanted to say like. Hey this this is normal. Why NOT You know you have like watching the movie You know obviously you're into you see it's just mainly women and that last maybe about five seconds and then it's like okay. Just tell me the story you know and we don't dwell on it and you just want to get into what's going on and yeah it's interesting to see it from a female point of view and how they would react as you know. The stereotype is guys would be a little bit more macho maybe getting into it a little bit with each other but This was really interesting. They tend to be more supportive of each other and trying to kind of solve. The mystery of what's going on rather than compete against each other. Even though like his character is wanting to stir the pot a whole lot. She does help. You know And I think that's important to to show that like we don't always have to be super combat helping learn another we can also throw it in very different ways there can be. There can be conflict in that I think that's actually something really important in our culture today that like. We don't always all have to agree about things but we do need to come together to find solutions Yet attention that was in the film was very natural between the characters. I didn't feel like it was forced or anything like that and I thought it really worked. Thank you very much. Well the film is already out and I guess really. Basically it's a pay per view connor thing at this point video-on-demand In the states people can get it on Apple. Tv which is essentially tune still Video xbox Google play In Canada there's also like shocking blonde. Man We might have it on food as soon as well. So it's findable very easily findable and if people go into the Shasta Triangle Dot COM There's links to all of those things there so they can just find it easily that way as well and there might be a little bit emerge coming at some point in future too right. Yeah we have some merchandise. You GotTa have the merchants who I say.

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"john teddy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:21 min | 3 years ago

"john teddy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I'm broadcasting from the KTLA studios in Los Angeles, and writing sidecar tonight, back at the AllState, skyline studios, John Tapie, and we have Eric Adams, who is the TV editor for av club in studio with him as well. And we're talking about sitcoms that are based out of Chicago and eight of the opening sequence of Mary with children doesn't nice job of of, you know, showing our city off a little bit. What other shows, do you think a kind of show of Chicago in a way that I mean Newhart really, I think set the, you know, the standard for the way we like to see our city, even if it was ridiculous path home though. Like what does Chicago bring to the table as, as a setting for these shows, I feel like it's a perfect melting pot? You know, like you can tell stories about working class families like the bundy's in married with children or like the Connors, even though they lived in the suburbs. On roseanne. And then you can also kind of focus on your young, working professionals, like in happy ending some more recent Chicago based sitcom, there was this real spate. I feel like of, like hang out post friends kinds of single camera shows in the past decade that were set here. Happy endings, probably the most prominent example, and prominent in quotes, like it was, it was short-lived show was only on for three seasons, but people really loved it and rejoiced when it finally came to, to Hulu. But there were also you know, they sleeper show lake my boys, which is on TBS for a few years, starring Joe Danna Spiro as I believe she was a sports writer, who had this sort of Kaderi of male friends, which included our mutual, interviewee, Jim gaffe again. John, we have both spoken. Jim. Yeah. And I it was just this, this very kind of like light frothy. Friends hanging out in Chicago. Seattle league was also set in Chicago. I think they all lived in the suburbs. But like they're hang out was extensively. Gibson's. Oh now. Hold on before we go on. I did say before I start getting texts from folks, I didn't realize, and I don't where the Connors really living in Chicago because I thought they were like an Iowa or something like that for Rosanne. Now, there were I believe they were in. It's supposed to be the like southwest suburbs. I think it's downstate Illinois. Yeah. I'll maybe oh, I didn't I didn't realize it was an Illinois. Because, you know, the, the I, I feel like the characters were a lot of bears regalia and it's kind of like, that's, that's yes, the, the classic kind of like establishing that this show is taking place in Chicago is like you've got a cubs pennant like hanging in the background somewhere like, that's, that's the cheapest easiest way is that you send the props department out to the sports memorabilia, store, as, like Ernie banks poster. Well, you know what it does say, okay? And this article I found that it was the fictional town of lanford, Illinois, and people speculate about which part of Illinois that, that might be a little stumper for Eric been talking about I doubt, I'll something but I'm going to try because we've been talking about shows that are that are set in Chicago. But none of these programs were taped here in any substantial other than the staffing shots, as you've said, there was a show in the early two thousands with prominent star. Oh, he's already knotting. His head that was on her insistent on the star's insistence shot and set here in Chicago loop Patty, you know, this one two years, what you're saying two thousand. Okay. Yes. Then yes, what was the show? But maybe we can team up on this because I can't remember the title. But I know that the star was Joan cusak. Oh, is it really? Something else in mind. Yeah. So it was it was Joan Cusack project. What about Joan was called? That's right. It was what about Joan? That was a good one too. Yeah. I like that show. I enjoyed it. By the way, do you know that she has, like a little house, where store, a little gift shop in old town? And she is behind the counter that we do, it's not that far from the club offices where I used to work, and we're still does. And we actually had her on an av club live show at second city, which she did, because she could just walk out the door of her gift shop, and walk like a block, and a half to the theater, it was an easy gig for her. I want to newer store, you know, I sort of hoping she would be there. I didn't make a big deal when she was restocking and facing things on the shelves, and I just made my purchase of some cool novelty socks and I, I was gonna make a door gotta myself and I chose not to. That's a tie for you. I thought it was going to be Bonnie. I thought it was on show. Yeah. But you're right. It was a Los Angeles. She was from, you know, it was about Chicago. She would reference a lotta Chicago restaurants, like took Boji Geos and but the LA was that show. Hunt won his body. Yeah. Yeah. So that was during the break petty John and I were talking about some shows that I had been talking with our former coworker, Sean cubs game, and he brought up another bunny hunt show that was called the building. Do you remember that one? Oh, so this one was a five episodes on CBS. Yeah. Who could remember a five episode show on CVS in the early nineties, when CBS was nothing but Murphy Brown and Dave's world. But. So she lived in an apartment that was like behind Wrigley field. And it was kind of an opportunity for her to bring in a lot of her second city buddies. It was this sort of loose improv fueled sitcom about people living in an apartment building. I had no idea by the way, a listener just texted in from the seven zero eight another Chicago based show. Let's supposed to be taking place. There is Mike and Molly. He's a cop. He's a cop in the series. Yeah. There's another one three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred we're talking about Chicago based sitcoms. We're talking more comedy after the news at all as well. What else what other shows do come to mind for you guys that are Chicago based? Well, I, I feel like we've been we've we've been ignoring, like good times and family matters. Oh, yeah. See, I never think of family matters. But definitely good times. I didn't realize it family matters was also Chicago Chicago-based family matters perfect strangers. Spin off. Then that would make sense. Slow was the elevator operator in the building where Larry Mbeki worked. See I feel like by the time we got to family matters. The Chicago was so watered down that it doesn't even register as Chicago show. Right. Where I think it could make the case for the Bob Newhart show to some degree, but family matters is just any town USA. I feel like but you still get in the credits footage of the winslow's riding their bikes across the river. We have to go to a break, Eric. I want you to come back sometime in hang out in studio with us and talk TV doesn't always at the beach Chicago-based, but we talk more television with you. I'd love to do and I want to thank John teddy for introducing us where can people find your work? And how can.

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"john teddy" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

14:43 min | 3 years ago

"john teddy" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"I am Hillary show this morning meeting on Boston Herald radio, John teddy here, why Trump Shattuck's hear me some Tom? There we go. Boba fett. Guess what kid planes has Christ? Planes, kit, kidding me change. See planes. Okay. Did you tales of the American monkey in one thousand nine hundred eighty three no? Guide on the black stallion. No tales of the gold monkey actually, it was, it was about a guy with a C plane, the American monkey. Did you have? It was playing four guy who played on Caddyshack as the kid Danny was the actor. Okay. You don't have to lot of stuff. Yeah. He went on to have a career in pedophilia. I believe okay? Yeah. Anyway, he played career. It was a take off of any, Anna Jones, kind of to see plane and the dog with one glass. Jones. It was lasted one season. But anyway. Four. Yeah. Four, I don't know. I'm just saying it sounds very early eighties. Yes. Totally totally young, Deanna Jones. And so that inspired member and Universal Studios, nineteen hundred eighty and then four going to see the. Monkey see plane, California, some. Silence. It was a huge trip. Basically, this is what you had to have gifts into now. We're getting see planes in Massachusetts in Boston. Hopper starting this summer flying from Boston Harbor in documents e partition, which right where our officers are which is perfect. Can you rent a glass, pooch? I am actually working on that market right now. With Dave right now. Pepper appear. Unhappy with. The current offer in terms of negotiations a helicopter here. Listen. This is the deal that were excited about the planes that is that is, what is new. I guess I got ride. I mean obviously the whole idea of the plane is the cool landing things hits the ocean. And being able to sort of cool Cooley, jump out of the plane onto that thing where the leather, bomber and aviator sunglasses. Right. I mean, come on, and maybe a flapping scarf. Well, never Hillary. Perfect damsel to ride a win two. That I'm a wing girl, right? Involved. The stuff I see myself, I think about them. Ball. Thing is once you put a girl on a wing. They're usually sword of like the like the water skiing girls in that they're often, you know, on top of like gymnastically goes. But you know what I usually the girl jumping out of the plane has, like the awesome leather, like their, the actually, I don't think it's U N peaking. If you're going to be on the wane, because it's gonna fly off. But there are girls like there, there's actual old footage of that sort of stuff. I know. But they weren't bikinis where they I think they were. Pieces. That means by the way. No security lines. No FC not. If you see. Pain in the bleep. Stuff yet. Right. Isn't it? Great get right on where they're from the thing. And in here. Euro there it's right into the East River. See plane place in. Airports. You can go right into Manhattan right into Boston. Kepa Cape running. We know our buddy Wolfe. We've on kid you see me with. We'll get him back up with him actually was Andrew Jacob Schneider. Funding. Appre steward, Andrew Jacobs. That's the long game playing. He does Andrew plays the long game because he know. Give long. We really under under. We're playing. I mean. I'm very excited about that. Tom very excited that your excited. Kid, we've got. Yeah. I think it's great. I like the idea totally as a matter of fact, little salad Shattuck today this morning. At five and then three flew into Milwaukee Wisconsin on her first flight. So what's happening? Ever these coming together. And now I'm here with the boys me and answering James at school. And the now it's guys night, and I don't even know what to do, but I'm so excited. I think we may go to the rusty can hey, coming together. For moral day. What's going on in Milwaukee? The Serbian Orthodox church Sep. The choir is performing. Oh, okay. So they are both of those guys are part of that. Children's weddings. How long will your children's weddings fee three eight hours? Before the primary Sony begins. Yes. Exactly before starting a lot of Hillary. It's going to be. Trans, what is it? Trans. Church is that not allowed. That's right. You know, I know where it is. But I could've sworn that. No, eight called trans meditation. No, it's transmogrify kitchen or like basically. It's very cool. It's, it's basically. I have to look it up because the first time I learned about it was at a like. Real Catholic wedding of which, I don't attend many, and I was at one and they transit standardization I think transit stanchion, and it's some sort of hoodoo Casale Catholic magic where they change something into something. And it's like Alec has AM wind known right? I mean, the body of Christ into this waiver. If I had known that there was magic, maybe I would have spent more time, more interest in also because transmigration sounds very interesting. But I also this. I went to a I think there was an orthodox Jewish man and chemistry woman marrying. All I know is that I spent a belieber time in that church. And I was angry. Certainly, by the way, I would have to. Yeah, it's the version of the church. So the order from the original teachings. Well, I think that's the Byzantine church, sir. Have you attended a Jewish wedding the pure church before the rule? So the priests can marry and all that stuff. Catholics could marry too many decades centuries ago. Yes. Usually, they should go back to that. Yeah. Yeah. They should. I think the Catholics, it's like the Protestants that are all no presence can marry of course. Philander Protestants are all tight wads health. Catholic fritz. I know this because I went to Catholic school for two years and nuns priests. Married. No. Gone. That's what they know they made thing, and it can't eat fish on a Friday. My religion. No, the Greek Jewish wedding was fun, though. It really was. Some fun. Some are. This one was good. We have the ceremony at the synagogue, and then right below the synagogue was fan or right next to the synagogue was fantastic hall that they had the, the ceremony at the ceremony the party great. Actually, the orthodox. Time. It's been hellacious for me is dealing with hell raise every single Sunday. No, the actual the people are wonderful everybody's nice in sweeten. And every other men are handsome, and the women are beautiful, and they come around with shots and things and. Things that can tell the fed American needs to be sated with thing. So, so they're wonderful a bunch of great bunch of people. But it's a long service. But what he went to. My wife is a Russian Orthodox service in. Or something? And that's hard core man. It is even less in English. The other Serbian ones. Even lessening. Mostly, it's in Serbian and Latin. But this one is in well, shockingly enough Russian and Latin and they are the everybody stands in a room. Hillary. You get nervous bleep in this. Be like cat room full ruckers, Michael J FOX. So this is actually in the Greek Orthodox church. There is some form of transportation, but they don't call it that, it's, it's, it's under the term. Jesus Matosa CO sus or something. All right. So, so, basically trance Ganci action is the change of substance or essence. It is the bread and wine offered to sacrifice so that, that eucharistic the Eucharist offering bread and wine changed into the body and blood of Christ. So there you go. Is a big thing and they and they act as though, like lo and behold, Alex's AM here, we haven't now we, we change it back the other. Right now, you have to take the Eucharist is, it's the, the body of Christ. Nice Hillary does Anson church. I couldn't picture that happening. Now he is. He is aleisha during that. That's, that's why I going. Because right in my life. This is what? I don't want my headset headstone just throw him in the woods somewhere and let the animals but, but this is all I want in my life. Traffic. I don't like lines. And I won't tolerate it now that I'm over middle aged I'm done with all wanted to be free. But I stand when you get married timely. No. I wanna Pete is that well what did how did rob sang on didn't? He. No. That was Sammy Davis junior. Right. Free. Continue. So that's it. So now I understand when you get married, then sometimes you can't be right. Right. So. My only thing my only demand is that I don't wanna be tortured if I'm not free. So that's why. Going to church is fine. I can be there for three hours and not be free. I can check into my mind into a different place. Right. And deal with it. You have agreed to the terms, exactly. Okay. But if I'm feeling with the hilarious. Child or rather read is in white hair, who's running around from pew pew? That is not acceptable. So that's what I was not able to do. Maybe he shouldn't attend though. Rob. I agree with you totally, and I said. Growing up in the first congregational church in Winchester. There was no way there would be an errand child. Love run around the feeling is that that in the tribute orthodox church. There's a little more leeway. Little more. The folks are used to in more part of veal is get him in there and the wrangle them in there. And that's fine. And the people spilling all different times, I get pissed off when we tents goes till one, some like dude, roll out of a club and get twelve thirty six count. Now, you know still rolling on ecstasy or whatever it is. But the does kinda pair, so there are some terms for living are started Langley like my own in that in the in the sort of terms that you just laid out. At least we are about you. We are totally simpatico on, on that, exact yes. On that on that exact on those measures on those sorts of waiting is glow. Who knows all? Yes. Sap that could do that all day. He could be impels people in rooms and right. And wait while waiting he'd enjoy himself talk to other. Crackers. Yes. Yeah, nobody can do it all day. On the subway my head to bail. I couldn't deal you hated it. I'll never go again. He was like a wonderful. How are you today? I talked to people, very friendly, if we were all in high school, which we really never do. Get more mature after high school. I'd be the Mr. talkative. I like in high school yearbook, they would have most chat, right, then I think it would be me and the as far as in the herald OB Meghan. Only for the girls that's because this is, of course, you know, many years ago, you always had legal best athlete boy, girl. Most likely to succeed boy girl cetera Meghan..

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"john teddy" Discussed on WGN Radio

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05:13 min | 3 years ago

"john teddy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Yeah. I'm here. Yeah. I'm desperately trying to find the actor that played Mr. Carter. Yeah. He's great Elliot Carlin. But like that you know, that was the the core of that show was talking to these crazy people and Newhart reacting to them in his very dry incredibly mid western way. You know, he you talk about these these half dialogue. What a great way to put it his standup routine. And he would do a lot of telephone calls to where he would just hold the telephone. You only hearing one of the conversation for the first couple years of Bob Newhart show. He'd always begin the show by answering the phone, right? Yeah. Yeah. That's the that's the very beginning of the theme songs that we just heard is a phone rings. He picks it up, and he goes alot. And then there's the pause and then that beautiful horn fan fair, and that was that was your cue that like you're getting pulled into Bob Newhart universe. Here. You know him as as the strait laced guy on the phone. Why do you think for the Bob Newhart show was I specifically because? He's from here. He got start here park. Yeah. He was an ad man. In the city. That's kind of how he got his starts in stand up is that he was he we going back to the half dialogue the reason that he did that because he had a comedy partner. I believe he had a comedy partner who worked with him at the ad agency, the partner dropped out. And then he just kinda continued doing. He's ING guy. I don't know. I mean, that's one of those wasted opportunities. And so when he started doing stand up comedy, I mean, obviously, he's one of the top selling albums one year. Didn't he? Yeah. The buttoned-down mind the year it came out was like the top selling album year. I believe it was a Grammy winner for album of the year. It was this huge breakthrough thing that really made stand up a recorded medium. I think if you know the the stand up album is kind of fallen by the wayside now that we get a new net flicks stand up special every single week, but you know, back in back in the early sixties. The only time you're seeing stand up comedy is you're going to a nightclub or you're seeing it inbetween burlesque acts. It wasn't necessarily something that you're you're bringing the house and putting on the hi fi unless it's sort of like party records that like red FOX was putting out or. Something like, this is kind of a legitimate station of the standup form on record was the button down mind. And it kind of it revolutionized the the entire medium. Erica will wonder how many of stand up comics were getting comedies at the time. Because we started think of that as more of the eighties, and may I guess in the seventies to when you when you think about the comics that appeared on Johnny Carson. But Bob Newhart was kind of ahead of that wasn't he? Yeah. Absolutely. He was he was that's another place. I think where he was kind of groundbreaking and he benefited from being brought under the wing of the the Mary Tyler Moore machinery mtm enterprises, which was the production company that she started with her husband grant, tinker which produce the Mary Tyler Moore show. And then started building this huge sitcom empire the second piece of which was the Bob Newhart show. There was an episode. I can't remember it was the first or second season Mary Tyler Moore where they wanted to bring. Bob Newhart in. I believe he was unavailable to do it. But they kind of had they had an eye on him. They like the people who were Bihan behind the scenes at Mt. M whether it was grant tinker whether it was Mary Tyler Moore, whether it was James L Brooks or Allen burns, the other creator of the Mary Tyler Moore show. They were they had this great eye for talent. And they've built these great writers rooms, and that's kind of what the Bob Newhart show came out of is Lorenzo music, and God, I can't I cannot remember the other creator. And if the MTA they specialize in building these on samba comedies, right? They really built sort of machine to turn not that it wasn't artful. But a machine to turn out these these sort of complicated on samba comedy ensemble comedies that took place in the middle of the country. Mary Tyler Moore was Minneapolis. Bob Newhart was Chicago. Let's take a break here. We're gonna continue our conversation after the news. We're hanging out in the skyline studios with Eric Adams. He's the TV editor for the av club. John teddy of writing sidecar tonight, I'm in Los Angeles. But by the way, you might like to know that the news is sponsored by team hack all we causing to break for. Okay. I'll tell you for the break. More to this on seven twenty WGN. Thank you so much for hanging out with us. You're listening to the Patti Vasquez show on seven twenty WGN. I am broadcasting from the KTLA.

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"john teddy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:46 min | 3 years ago

"john teddy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The KTLA studios in Los Angeles and writing side tonight back at the AllState skyline studios is John tasty. And we have aired Adams who is the TV editor for av club in studio with him as well. And we're talking about sitcoms that are based out of Chicago. And you know, the opening sequence of Mary with children. Nice job of of you know, showing our city off a little bit. What other shows do you think kind of show off Chicago in a way that I mean Newhart really, I think set the, you know, the standard for the way we like to see our city, even if it was ridiculous path home. They're like what does Chicago bring to the table as as a setting for these shows, I feel like it's a perfect melting pot. You know, like you can tell stories about working class families like the bundy's in married with children or like the Connors, even though they lived in the suburbs on Roseanne. And then you can also kind of focus on your young working professionals like in happy endings, a more recent Chicago based sitcom let there was this real spate. I feel like of like hang out post friends kinds of single camera shows in the past decade that were set here. Happy endings, probably the most prominent. Example. And prominent in quotes like it was it was short-lived show was only on for three seasons. But people really loved it and rejoiced when it finally came to to Hulu, but there were also, you know, they sleeper show like my boys, which is on TV s for a few years starring Joe Danna Spiro as I believe she was a sports writer who had this sort of Kaderi of male, friends, which included our mutual interviewee, Jim gaffe again, John. We have both smoking Jim over the years. He's a good egg. Yeah. And I it was just this. This very like light frothy friends hanging out in Chicago. The league was also set in Chicago. I think they all lived in the suburbs. But like they're hanging out was extensively Gibson's. Oh now, hold on before we go on. I did say before you start getting text. And folks, I didn't realize and I don't was the Connors really living in Chicago. Because I thought they were like an Iowa or something like that for Rosanne. Now, there were I believe they were in. It's supposed to be the like, southwest suburbs. I think it's downstate Illinois. Yeah. I'll maybe I didn't I didn't realize it was an Illinois. Because the the I I feel like the characters where a lot of bears. Rick eliane. It's kind of like, that's that's the classic kind of like a stab wishing that this show is taking place in Chicago Cubs pennant like hanging in the background somewhere. Like, that's that's the cheapest easiest way is that you send the props department out to the sports memorabilia store as well. You know, what it does say? Okay. And this article I found that it was the fictional town of lanford, Illinois and people speculate about which part of Illinois. That's that might be available stumper for Eric. We've been talking about I doubt. I'll, but I'm going to try because we've been talking about shows that are that are set in Chicago. But none of these programs were taped here in any substantial other than the standard shots as you've said there was a show in the early two thousands with prominent star. Oh, he's already knotting. His head that was on her insistent on the star's insistence shot and set here in Chicago, Patty, you know, this one two years what you're saying. Okay. Yes. Yes. What was the show? Well, maybe we we we can team up on this. Because I can't remember the title. But I know that the star was Joan cusak. Oh, is it really? Something else in mind. Yeah. So it was a Joan Cusack project. What about Joan was called? That's right. It was what about Joan? That was a good one too. Yeah. I like that show. I enjoyed it. I'm by the way, do you know that she has a little housewares store a little light gift shop in old town, and is behind the counter, we do it's not that far from the club offices where I used to work, and we're still does. And we actually had her on an av club live show at second city, which she did because she could just walk out the door of her gift shop and walk like a block and a half the theater. It was an easy gait for her. I I want to know store, you know, sort of hoping she would be there. I didn't make a big deal when she was restocking and facing things on the shelves, and I just made my purchase of some cool novelty socks. And I I was gonna make a door out of myself. And I chose not to. That's the time for you. I thought it was going to be Bonnie, I thought it was on show. Yeah. But you're right. It was a Los Angeles. She was from you know, it was about Chicago. She would reference a lotta Chicago restaurants like Tipo Geos. And but the LA was that show. Hunt. One just Bonnie. Yeah. Yeah. So that was during the break petty, John, and I were talking about some shows that I had been talking with our former coworker Sean cubs game. And he brought up another Bonny hunt show that was called the building do you? Remember that one? Oh, so this one was five episodes on CBS. Yeah. Yeah. Who could remember a five episode show on CVS in the early ninety s when CBS was nothing but Murphy Brown and Dave's world, but so she lived in an apartment that was like behind Wrigley field. And it was kind of an opportunity for her to bring in a lot of her second city buddies. It was this sort of loose improv fueled sitcom about people living in an apartment building. I had no idea, by the way, a listener just texted in from the seven zero eight another Chicago based show, let's supposed to be taking place. There is Mike and Molly, right? He's a cop. He's in the series. Yeah. There's another one three one eight one seventy two hundred we're talking about Chicago based sitcoms. We're talking more comedy after the news at all as well. What else what other shows? Do you come to mind for you guys that are Chicago based? Well, I I feel like we've been we've we've been ignoring like good times and family matters. Yeah. See I never think of family matters. But definitely good times. I didn't realize that family matters was also Chicago-based family matters. Perfect strangers spin off. Then that would make sense Winslow was the elevator operator in the building where Larry embel-, keyword C. I feel like by the time. We got to family matters. The Chicago was so watered down that it doesn't even have register as a Chicago show, right? Where I think it could make the case for the Bob Newhart show to some degree but family managed. It's just any town USA, I feel like, but you still get in the credits footage of the winslow's riding their bikes across the river. We have to go to a break, Eric I want you to come back sometime in hang out in studio with us and talk TV doesn't always at the beach icago based, but we more television with you. I love to do. And I want to thank John teddy for introducing us where can people find your work, and how can they follow you people can find me on the av club, which is WWW dot av club dot com. And they can find me on Twitter. My handle is Eric m atoms. Erik with a K. Yes. That's important. Terry important distinction, Eric it was a lovely to sort of meet you. The same. Thank you so much more to this at seven twenty WGN capital. One knows.

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"john teddy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:48 min | 3 years ago

"john teddy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Is Tuesday nights. And I'm so happy that you're hanging out with us in studio baggage cargo in the AllState skyline studios John teddy joins us, and I am in Los Angeles Testino looking at some TV monitors. I'm broadcasting from KTLA, and John is surreal Yemen. The newsroom with very cool. That is I'm behind the scenes and everything, and I can tell you some wonderful news, please the great folks here, actually, my friend. Steve brought me a pastry from the gold. I think it's called the golden bakery hill Tommy during the break. But he was like do you like pastries? I'm like, yes. I do. So I am I am all set here. While you're going to start the show by rubbing in Patty. I just I know, you know, row, I think I've mentioned this before there have been so many nights in the past years where we have had you know, you could come in. And there's like food and cocktails and things like that. And I just I I was starting to plan. I'm going to be honest with you, John I was trying to put on some weight. Maybe maybe we cut back a little bit on the restaurants and stuff like that. So we haven't had any late night pastries in a while. I remember when we had insomniac cookies. Oh, don't remind ring. Okay. We'll I'll work on that in the next few weeks. I promise you lock that down Patty because you're all over Chicago now, insomnia. I feel like we help build them in Chicago. I agree you and me we have failed them single handedly. Double handedly eating those cookies on the air. Well, when the concept is brilliant late night cookies guy in a bike. You remember the ice cream was re was ridiculously good to. It's almost like someone finally realized that stone exist. And there's going to be more. If you're listening to Justin talking about the revenue from Leila's recreational marijuana, right? What do you invest in? Do you invest in the snack industry or the cannabis illustrate you're right? This is a windfall for the insomniac people amazing. They must be following the news just much be gripped by this story. They get ahead of it never thing. So I have to say California in Los Angeles in particular, obviously, that's where I'm right now such a foodie town. I mean, we consider ourselves have great restaurants. But I feel like the entire culture here revolves around like where you're gonna eat neck. You know, have you spent time in Los Angeles, John I have and the food is my favorite part. You can keep the traffic on the. I mean, the weather's nice. Sometimes I suppose, but the food it's just hard to have a bad meal. It feels like sometimes in LA we had even carry out. We had Indian carry out food and Judy masala was wonderful, so good. So I had a wonderful data at my mom to the Getty museum. Have you ever been out there with you? Yes. We are. I've never taken around here in the twenty years that I've been coming out here for meetings and do. Work and performing I've never brought my mother to Los Angeles. And as you know, it's probably time. Is there something she wanted to see? No, she just wanted to hang out with me. Okay. She didn't want to go to like a taping of the prices writing something like that. I know. And now that you've said it she's she's listening right now, by the way back at our house that we're staying at and she's like, oh, do you know, that's a good idea. We went to the Getty museum, and she I feel badly that we only had the chance to go there one day because she leaves tomorrow, I'll be here till Friday. She she was in love with it. She says some Rembrandt's like in the last ten minutes, you found the room with Rembrandt, and Renoir, Monet, and we didn't even make it to like the free to Callow. And the, you know, it's a lot to take in anybody. You asked me earlier if I had been there, and I have been there once, but not you know, I don't really feel like I've been there. You know what I mean he to do and building in one day. I think you have to be able to go and know that you're coming back, but it's a it's gorgeous. Although now that I've I've seen the movie all the money in the world is that what's called with. Christopher Plummer about the kidnapping of Getty's. It's hard for me to watch it to go. It was weird for me to go into the museum because I was like this kind of a charitable shore. Shouldn't think of it that way? Well, I think a lot of jerks have funded museums in history, Patty, that's how they sort of cleansed their sole right? That's fair. I think that's probably true. But anyway. I want to thank you so much for holding down the fort at the station, and you're kind of my you're my co host tonight for the writing sidecar for the entire show. And I want to thank you for lining up, some fun guests, and and you know, hanging out for some conversation with me. I hope they'll be fun. But you know, they stuck me in the zillion studio. Not in the skyline studio tonight. Oh, they downgraded because I'm out here. Sorry upgraded. Me NC. You're staring at Adam the engineer, and he's he's a beautiful, man. Don't get me wrong. It's not quite the same as gorgeous view of Chicago, probably should've explained how this goes down a little bit. When I'm in Los Angeles. The the engineer last night. It was Dan long tonight. It's Adam thank you so much Adam Phillips for making sure the show runs smoothly. And of course, row producing. Yes. You'll be staring at Adam all night tonight. He'll be standing in place of me. He's running the board. He's an immature things go as a Cording to plan as are you? How's that? Okay. All right. Do our best. Yeah. I probably I didn't I just because I've never been there while I've been here. I can only imagine it would be something, you aren't talented broadcaster fatty. But that would be a I I think if you go to wgnradiOcom standing in the place of Patti Vasquez like my Sandon, but doing much more work than I am is Adam Phillips. So we watch the live stream the guys here at KTLA are listening on the livestream. So encourage Steve who's right outside the window. He's turn wave at me and the second because he's gonna laugh when he hears this. He can go to the live stream and watch you and Adam just staring at each other across the microphones Kennedy, though. Yes, he can. Okay. I should see if you can put it on the big screen. Got every screen. Does you an atom like surround in surround the view I can see his and the view from the studio d is what you're in by the way. I don't think I'm properly made up for LA, folks. I'm just Chicago pretty right now. That's the thing is that Chicago pretty is. I think the the way to go where I want to talk about a bunch of things, I know you, and I touched base a little bit earlier. I want to we're going to talk to what's the name of the the editor from the av club. We're going to be talking to Erik Adams, the TV editor of the club tonight to he's going to give us a survey of Chicago sitcom history and also tell us what he's watching right now so between now, and then I I'd love for listeners to text in the TV shows that, you know, are based, you know, the whatever, you know, the backdrop or where the show is supposed to be taking place text us, and I'm going to be giving out some tickets to see next to normal at the writers theater, and I've actually going to be there on may fourteenth. Come with me, John. Let's go to the theater, and if your family would appreciate me taking away from them. Oh, well today was. That would definitely be problematic for both of our spouses that yes. And then we have we have a young comedian coming in Samantha. Yes. Sampler c'mon. Excellent. And we're talking about that. I want to know at underground comedy means just because I might tire career. I've heard about it. I know it's one of those terms that you hear over and over again. Sam's gonna tell us what it means. Okay. I want to know what it means. Because when I started it was about comedy. That's right. Yes. And tinian Garoppolo and a lot of comics in the New York sort of John of comedy had that comic. I wouldn't have a lot of things. Okay. Let's I'm here to talk about your project too. And the Starbucks Cup on game of thrones right back after this on seven twenty WGN. I'm the only one on this show. Whoever had a bust of my head made out of cheese. Minnesota state fair. They thought it would be fun to carve my head out of cheese, and then have listeners eat the cheese.

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"john teddy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"john teddy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"To ninety fifth on the Dan Ryan for personalized traffic on demand. Traffic Chicago app approved by the mortgage experts of team hockberg just search. TR af F, I X Chicago. The forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center, a good deal of clouds tonight, fairly windy and cool to some spotty showers later, low of forty three overnight then in the morning, rain and thunderstorms. Partly sunny, thereafter, breezy and warmer, especially in the south suburbs and away from the lake there is a chance of a thunderstorm later in the day. The daytime high is seventy three far south and then sixty three at O'Hare, but then fifties by the lake shore and the beaches and then tomorrow night, more showers and thunderstorms overnight lows fifty two, but that'll be up to the sixties by the morning and then for Thursday. It's partly cloudy, breezy and warm higher though. Higher temperatures that is the daytime high for Thursday, seventy three degrees. It's forty three right now at O'Hare forty five at midway forty four in lake forest and forty three degrees downtown along Chicago's lakefront the wind chill making it feel more like thirty five. I'm Don clip in in the WGN newsroom. Ready to join the conversation live whenever a story changes. Now, it's time for Patti Vasquez on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN. This is the Patti Vasquez show. Follow me on Twitter Patti Vasquez, C H one seven twenty WGN. It is Tuesday nights. And I'm so happy that you're hanging out with us in studio baggage cargo in the AllState skyline studios John teddy joins us, and I am in Los Angeles Testino looking.

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"john teddy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:03 min | 3 years ago

"john teddy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Long come on. What other bringing the wall? Talking about the dark side of the moon. Third. Roar listen the third war with the lion. That's when you hit play and he listened to the moon, and it syncs with the would you call it. Yeah. Syncs, perfectly with the wizard of us understand anything that you're salute. But here's what first of all we need to get high. And that's if you wanna smoke a fatty vote for you'll be the one person smoke if you like if you smoke a joint your whole world fall apart because you have so much energy. You're running around have so much going on if he's supposed to join you like, oh, this is so much better than what I've been doing for the last twenty years, and then you'll be you'll be eating you'll I said fuck, okay? We normally work with the podcast anyway. Okay. So here's the thing. We have a segment on the show called patties appalling, lack of musical knowledge. And this is something you have to go through some of Paul far's video to find out more about John's become walls entrenched himself in this show in many ways, very he's trying to leave. But I need him to write the hair. He's he's who's trying to write a headline for the podcast. I'm sharing on Facebook. We interviewed Lori Lightfoot John, and I were in the middle of a conversation when John O'Malley law enforcement expert was like, hey, you wanna talk to the mayor elect. And we were like, yes. And for you, it was it was unexpected. And you are a Chicago, Chicago native or from the suburbs. No grew up in Bridgeport. Bridgeport. High school. What black was that? With. Did you go for the bell? Sweetheart. How are you? I'm good Archer and Damon. They're willing more by the south side, Chicago, John. As we are that was right by when old dailies place Day-Lewis closer to Comiskey. But I was just up. I was just a thirty fourth. And that's the thing is that this is such a strange night growing up. Would you think that we would have no a black woman openly gay? I I'm always shot gonna come back here. Yeah. I'm I'm amazed. I think it's great. I think it's phenomenal. It's a huge. It's it's great. It's a great thing that the world needs to move forward and everybody changes defect that Chicago has a mayor. That's blonde woman and openly gay. I think that's gives the rest of the world. There was the country. Hope you know, what I mean? Well, especially get this John as somebody who's moved to Chicago, if your family and friends, especially in the last week or so or maybe over the last couple of years, just call you go what the hell is going on Chicago. And that seems to be you know, what people say a lot and tonight, it seems like oh, maybe Chicago's not so bad. Yeah. I was reading tonight in the New York Times about the Chicago mayoral elections. And they had a paragraph where they said that. Yes, it was historic. But there was also a sense in the city by this report is reckoning the people were kind of shrugging it off because Chicago has made history before with a woman becoming mayor and black mayor, and that it sort of taken for granted. I was surprised by that take. And it sounds like you guys don't concur with that that it does feel like a historic night to you as longtime residents of city. I grew up in a neighborhood that when mayor Washington was running there were kids in grade school chanting things like Epton Epton. He's our man because we don't want. No, African and my neighborhood voted seventy six percent against mayor Washington. And and not just that. But when he tried to campaign in our neighborhood, they didn't they wasn't just kids. Yelling thing. Adults were yelling things that have been drove him out of the neighborhood. And I never would have the kind of things that people say. You know, when that I heard growing up, you know, I know I never would have imagined even Washington when he won it was contentious. And now it feels like a lot of people were on the the Lory Lightfoot train. I otherwise Galloway was what it was. I mean. Fast, which is great because I think I think is as we go on we evolve move forward. Everything's changing. Everything's changing for the fact that Chicago has something like that to happen is really hugely significant in huge. It is it's incredible. And I wanna thank you John for for hanging out with us tonight. You seem to know better than than I did that it might be kind of a jumble. A lot of different things going on a lot of moving parts and be patient. You've been a regular guest this show is when winning I've known each other for twenty years. So you're coming later to the party and seeing the crazy unfold over the last five years, he's pretty familiar. Look pretty familiar. Yeah. You seem to be pretty wash Patty deal with it all to mazing she's like the wizard behind the curtain. There's fingers flying in buttons. I remember what she started this gag. It was all like what do I push for? I why. And now she's been big big big movie coming out the door. She's greeting people outside mazing. I don't think he ever sleeps. I don't think she ever wizard behind the curtains yet, all syncs up again. It's yeah. You gotta do this. We I think he's right, by the way. This is a classic pop culture nugget. I don't know how it was discovered. That's part of the lore of it who figured this out. The first time I won the the thing Floyd wizard of Oz. Cinco. I don't know who did it. But I just I I watched it once or the third war thing. Yes. It's it works pretty consistent. Only dude. If your mom does it with me. I'll get high with pop mom is available. Wherever you listen to the podcast on. Thank you so much for joining us tonight. You were here. Thank you so much, and that was a lot of fun. And it was a lot of support from you. In Paul looking at me like, you know, you're doing good. Stop shaking. Thank you so much follow him on Twitter at John teddy t t I will see you next week. I have my calendar. More on seven twenty WGN. You are listening to the Patti Vasquez show. We are in the AllState skyline.

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"john teddy" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"john teddy" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

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"john teddy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:59 min | 3 years ago

"john teddy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Same number in either way row Coleman, I would love to hear from you high row. How are you doing tonight fantabulous, how are you Patty? Great and ready for fun show. We will lock going on tonight. John teddy joins us in studio. He's the host of pop mom, which apparently is the favorite podcast producer, Tom hush. I'm glad to hear he listens to it. I need to listen to more often. I've heard it before too. And your mom is charming, and honest and doesn't hold back. Hey, I bring mom to you, Pat. You are leaving listen. Yeah. Tom hush the producer. I gather of the decks show after yours. Very sweet conversation with him. He said he listens. Every week, Tom. You're the best. We're going to mom's going to send you a little present. We'll send it here to the WGN offices. As thank you for being such a loyal listener listened to pop mom, and you express your. Tell me about. You know what? When people tell me that they listen to the show. I was at a couple of vents this weekend. One four willow house on Saturday one for the exhibits and of northwestern, and when people to and say listen to the show, I'm like, oh, thank you. It's nice to know somebody's somebody has to be. But, but you know, it's nice to see them and talk to them and hear their appreciation. We can get so alienated from each other in our social media smartphone age that not to belabor the point. But yet is nice to just come face to face with someone. And they just say, hey, I know you like that's one of the special things about what we do is people working in media as we have those little moments, and the thing about those moments is kind of reminds you of why you do what you do. You wanna make that connection? Now, we have a conference call every week with WGN radio, and our our boss Todd Manley has said, you know, try you let people know why you're talking to someone why you're having. Conversation. Right. So we I have a weekly meeting with him one on one. And he'll say, you know, why are you talking to John Taylor? And I'm like, you know, there's a lot of fun stuff out there to talk about whether it's in pop culture or our experiences, and, you know, John's a transplant from New Hampshire, and it's always fun to catch up on his stories as to what brought them here to Chicago and raising his family here. But today, I was with my son Griffin. We went out we went for breakfast, by the way in Skokie at a place called Alexander's breakfast and lunch, and it was so good one of the best omelettes I've ever had and where whereabouts in Skokie Niles center road. So now a road on Lincoln. So if you're going to if you're going to the crafty beaver like that area, there's a Walgreens over there, a vaporizer and oddly about seven or eight nail salons. There's always a vape store, and I walked past the vape store, and and on the window stenciled, it's at urban survival gear. Right. So I was like I was now I know what? Vape store is. But what is an urban survival gear store? So we went inside. And I said what kind of urban survival gear? Do you have any said what? And I said what kind of urban survival gear? Do you have any? Let's hit me. Again. I go it's on the window. And he goes is it and we walked outside. They had rented the storefront and never took off the glass stenciling. He said, I was the first person that had asked them about it since they opened the store in October, Patty. This is so funny because I know I can picture it. I know the place you're talking about. And I always thought it was a reference to the vapes themselves like oh city life like we all need a little something to get through the day. Honestly, that's how I did it. No it looks. It says so glad you asked about it means nothing means nothing. He had no idea that it was there. And here he is eight months into owning or renting out this property to have his vape store and didn't realize that it was you know, they were misleading the public with their scientists use make it your marketing Griffin. Was I agree and was like laughing because like because I think it is. Yep. That's my mom. Definitely pointing out stuff to people making them feel stupid. That's not. But that wasn't my point. I genuinely curious, but I was telling Griffin that you know, we were walking a little bit. And I realized that I was talking to my fifteen year old that there comes a point where you stop talking to your kids about the why right? You have a one and a half year old and a three year old Leo in which I asked her name's right before the show. So I would sound this informed on your family. But we have that sort of like you eat broccoli. So we're healthy. And it's good for you. We have this sort of, you know, the style, whatever your parenting style is. But you're you are kind of telling them the while the time, and you stop I don't know if it's when you send them to school, or you know, we hold our hands across the street. So we're safe we're constantly telling the why and there comes a point where we no longer are telling them the why even though not just for them. But as a reminder to us about being conscious about the decisions that we make is important. So I've been thinking about that today when my boss is like, well why? Are you talking to John? I'm like I like talking to John. That's why like a teenager. As smart and stuff. You know? I am I think as I mentioned last week, I'm working on this podcast about Alex trebek's and hit the lesser known shows of Alex shebek, and I recorded some of the first episode today. And because it's the first episode after the first few minutes when I'm sort of getting getting people into the the mill you of game shows there comes a point at the end of the introduction where I have to play. A why am I doing this? Why am I going show by show through Alex trebek's career, and it's hard? Even when I'm asking myself for the sake of the listeners because I know for the same reasons that you're talking about on WGN. I know I have to let people know why we're having this conversation. Yes. It was a good exercise. But it was the toughest part of the intro to to write hard to answer. Why? And sometimes you don't really wanna ask. Yeah. No. You don't want to say because he kind of silly saying here because when you start a segment talking about like year station manager asking why is John tasty on the show? Pressure. I don't know how to answer that question. He's been over five years. Now, you asked me. He's. Reaction yet. But it's funny because we have we have Warren price coming on later, and he's a car guy. He's been coming on the show for years. Warm before. So he asked why is Warren coming out? So not it's not you John. But but but again, but we'll look when Andrea and I started working together. And she would say, well, why are we talking to them? And I'd be like, why are you asking me? These are people that you know, that's good. But it's not just for the purpose of defining. What you're going to talk about. But it's also good about being conscious of your decisions. Just like even emotional decision to talk about Alex back. I just posted something today. We did an interview last night with Matthew Bowker who wrote a book about Greg Giraldo. And I don't know what the universe. Why the universe was? So kind to me because he'd already finished writing the book when someone Paul far comedian Paul five are said, you should really talk to Patti Vasquez. She had an interesting experience in relationship with him. And Matt like went through the motions. Yeah. Yeah. I'll talk to her, and you know, invite. I mean, you know, he just favorable. Why am I talking to? I've already finished the book, and he found a part of Greg that nobody knew about and that was our friendship, and I don't talk about it. Like, I don't post about. There's no. You know, we weren't it wasn't like a romantic thing. It was truly a mentor and friend, and and so I wrote about tonight. And I'm like, why do I want people to know why that was so important and part of it is the loss of Greg is so profound. But it also reminds you to to be conscious of the relationships that you have and to express your gratefulness to the immediately wrote to the person who called me the next day after Greg passed away. I called the person who called to see if I was okay, I texted him. Anyway, it was and it was Lewis black Lewis black called me the day after Greg Giraldo died to see if I was okay. And that was what I was like, okay. Then I wasn't imagining the man the friendship, but but to be content to be present. Because Alex trebek's has had an influence on your career and your right? Wouldn't you say like, absolutely? I mean. Yeah. And he's just someone who to me. He's the last great game show host like this used to be a job that people had you were a game show host and you'd lose one show in the spring, and you might have another one by the fall because there was a limited set of guys. It was almost all guys thing. These shows who knew how to operate the machine to handle the contestants to handle the producers keep things on time all the things they had to coordinate in their heads. And that doesn't really exist anymore shows are heavily produced enough that this, you know, we've got the rock with his titan gains, or, you know, Chris Hardwick on the plateau primetime plink Osho, right? And those not that those are talented people in their own, right? But those shows are so closely produced that they don't need to do a lot of producing on the fly that back in the days of cheapo. Live to tape seventies game show production. You would the host was doing a lot of heavy lifting. So that's fundamentally the reason why I want to talk about Alex trebek's. Is because he's more than Mr. jeopardy. It's great that he's Mr. jeopardy, but to me his brilliance extends beyond that. And I want people to see that. And along the way wanted to learn about why these game shows are such fascinating time capsules and where will this work be available? It will be available wherever podcasts are sold. And I'll you'll be the first to know what's first epoch episode goes up, I'm hopefully in the next month or so this is going to start rolling out. But I'll let people know here on the show, and I'll let the pop mom subscribers. No. So if you want to know about the Alex trebek's cast, you can start you can get a jump early by subscribing to pop. Mom, excellent. That's John Taylor..

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"john teddy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:11 min | 3 years ago

"john teddy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Brick in the wall Paul which ones day Pink Floyd. No, okay. Oh, come on another brick in the wall. I was just talking about the dark side of the moon. Third. Roar. Listen, the third war with the lion. That's when you hit play the listen to Darshana, the moon, and it syncs with the you call it. Yeah. Six perfectly with the wizard of us. I don't understand anything that you're salute. Here's really first of all we need to get high. That's wanna smoke a fatty vote for. You don't smoke. If you smoke a joint your whole world fall apart because you have so much energy. You're running around so much going on if he's supposed to join you like, oh, this is so much better than what I've been doing for the last twenty years, and then you'll be you'll be eating you'll I said, okay? Normally work with the podcast anyway. Okay. So here's the thing. We have a segment on the show called patties appalling, lack of musical knowledge. And this is something you have to go through some of the Paul Vars video to find out more about John's become entrenched himself in this show in many ways, very trying to leave but I needed to. Who's trying to write a headline for the podcast. I'm sharing on Facebook. We interviewed Lory Lightfoot, John. And I were in the middle of the conversation when John Molly law enforcement expert was like, hey, you talk to the mayor elect. And we were like, yes. And for you, it was it was it was unexpected. And you are a Chicago, Chicago native or from the suburbs. No in Bridgeport, Bridgeport, went to high school. What black was that? With. Did you go for the bell? Sweetheart. How are you? I'm good Archer and Damon there they will anymore by the south Chicago, John as we are that was right by when old dailies place daily was closer to Comiskey. But it was just up. I was just a thirty fourth. And that's the thing is that this is such a strange night growing up. Would you think that we would have a black woman openly gay? I I'm always shocked to come back here. I'm amazed. I think it's great. I think it's phenomenal. It's a huge. It's it's great. It's a great thing that the world needs new forward and everybody changes defect that Chicago has a mayor. That's blonde woman and openly gay. I think that's gives the rest of the world. There was the country. Hope you know, what I mean? Well, especially this John as somebody who's moved to Chicago, if your family and friends, especially in the last week or so or maybe over the last couple of years just. Call you go what was going on in Chicago. And that seems to be you know, what people say a lot and tonight, it seems like oh, maybe Chicago's not so bad. Yeah. You know, I was reading tonight in the New York Times about the Chicago mayoral elections. And they had a paragraph where they said that. Yes, it was historic. But there was also a sense in the city by this report is reckoning that people were kind of shrugging it off because Chicago has made history before with a woman becoming mayor and black mayor, and that it sort of taken for granted. I was surprised by that take. And it sounds like you guys don't concur with that that it does feel like a historic night to you as longtime residents of the city. I grew up in a neighborhood that when mayor Washington was running there were kids in grade school chanting things like Epton Epton. He's our man because we don't want. No, African and my neighborhood voted seventy six percent against mayor Washington. And and not just that. But when he tried to campaign in our neighbor. They didn't. They wasn't just kids yelling things. Adults were yelling things that drove him out of the neighborhood. And I never would have the kind of things that people say, you know, when that I heard growing up, you know, I know I never would have imagined even Washington when he won it was contentious. And now it feels like a lot of people were on the the Lory Lightfoot train. Otherwise Galloway was what it was. Which is great because I think I think is as we go on. And we evolve who forward. This. Everything's changing everything's changing. And for the fact that Chicago has something like that to happen is really hugely significant. That's huge. It is it's incredible. And I wanna thank you John for for hanging out with this tonight using to know better than than I did that it might be kind of a jumble. A lot of different things going on a lot of moving parts and be patient. You've been a regular guest this show as linear I've known each other for twenty years. So you're coming later to the party and seeing the crazy unfold over the last five years when he's pretty familiar, but pretty familiar. Yeah. You seem to be pretty watch Patty deal with it all it's amazing. She's like the wizard behind the curtain. There's fingers flying in buttons. I remember what she started this gag, and it was all like, what do I push for I want and now she's just being big big big big big new people come in and out the door. She's greeting people outsides amazing. I don't think she ever sleeps. I don't think she ever. Wizard behind the curtains all syncs up again, it's yeah. We gotta do this. We I think he's right, by the way, this is a classic pop culture nugget. I don't know how was discovered that's part of the lore of it who figured this out. The first time I won the the wizard of Oz sink. Oh, I don't know. Did I I watched it once or the third war thing? That's if it works pretty consistent. And only do if your mom does it with me. I'll get high with your pop mom is available wherever you listened to the podcast on. Thank you so much for joining us tonight. You were hearing. Thank you so much, and that was a lot of fun. And it was a lot of support from you. And Paul looking at me like, you know, you're doing good. Stop shaking. Thank you so much follow him on Twitter at John teddy t t I will see you next week. Calendar. More on seven twenty WGN. No an ad from dad. All right. Save money on car insurance when you bundle home and auto with progressive take these right? What is this? This is good. Wow. Where did you get this? I'm talking to you with the hair. Yeah. Where did you get this? Good stuff. Solid. That's not the near that solid stuff..

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"john teddy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"john teddy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Skyline studio hanging out with John tasty. You can follow him on Twitter at John Katie T, E T, I listened to the podcast pop. Mom, we're of course, getting some calls and texts about the the Laura Ingalls towns that is walnut grove that was where they lived. And that was the town that's kind of the hub for the community. But they would go to Mankato Minnesota for at least in the series, and in the books to mankato's one of the towns that they actually lived all over they were in Wisconsin, Iowa, Minnesota, there's a lot of properties all over the country that they lay claim to lure Ingles. Family lived here. Well, the big woods wasn't. Okay. Let's not go down this path of I I could do this all day. There are a lot of books out there and a lot of websites. People do like road trips following the trail of the of the Ingalls family. See look this family did like a they did a podcast about traveling great idea that. So we have a list of we would we were talking about game shows and John teddy is our game show expert. It's surprised you that we will give you that label. Does it? I love it. I embrace it. There you go. Leonard has a question. Hey, leonard. How are you doing tonight? Good. Did you wanna say? For john. I read that test. You're lucky. Might be coming back on a revival that that's right. I haven't seen any news about who the hosts are, but yes card sharks and press. Your luck will be returning. They're going to be on ABC, which Leonard I don't know if you have watched over the past few years, but they've revived here amid and match game to tell the truth wasn't so hot but match game at pyramid were pretty good. And they're really not out of the park with these game shows. So I'm excited Leonard, which one are you more excited about.

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"john teddy" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"john teddy" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

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"john teddy" Discussed on Hard Factor

Hard Factor

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"john teddy" Discussed on Hard Factor

"What never had never had a chance of success. But everyone was getting laid everyone was getting laid which is probably why you know, the sexual assault allegations are coming up. So Fairfax said that reports that he committed sexual assault are false categorically any instead he described the encounter as one hundred percent consensual, which kind of changes the game a little bit. Because he admits that they did. In fact, do it or I assume they did it. He said, quote, we hit it off. She was very interested in me. She was very much into the consensual a counter, everything was consensual. And it was like let me tell you a little let me tell you a little bit about the two thousand four John Carey campaign. It made the Olympic village. Look like a bunch of virgins. Yeah. I'm sure he's got some text or something that will little clear move all this shit yet. There's like Sony or you got extra MO for. I don't know. They can find. Flip phone Motorola, Motorola, chocolate. They can find him. Here's handwritten letters. There's a lot of fourteen year old Democrats walking around these days, if you know what I'm saying. All right. Look for those of you who think this might be a little convenient that all the governor. I'm sorry that that as the governor is getting pressured to step down a story about his potential successor comes out at the same time. You're not the only ones it seems a little fishy. Right. Yes. Yeah. Sure. Yeah. Well, when Fairfax was asked why he thought the allegations were coming out. Now, he said, quote, does anyone think it's a coincidence that on the eve of my potentially being elevated that that's when the uncorroborated smear comes out. Yeah. Does anyone that the guy that carries an extra ten of shoe polish? Just so he can have a black face gag at the drop of a hat. Yeah. Timing here. Anyway, so quick side note, it's come out that Vanessa Tyson the accuser had gone to the Washington Post earlier, and they chose not to pursue the story because they probably couldn't corroborate it. But let's take it to the internet real quick. So our boy Jay Jacobs says big league politics is a Neo Nazi front, isn't it? Oh, and Mike Mike Jensen claps back. It says Jay Jacobs. So it must be false. Then so yeah. Yeah. Mike, probably my I guess my kinda standing up and saying we were just 'cause they're Neo Nazis that you don't believe what they have to say. Not just how the pinions two men. Keep an open mind, bro. You never know for the record not a Neo Nazi site. Anyway, that's. All right moving on this story coming out of Oakland park, Florida. I'm sure it's just a lovely place is a classic tale of a teacher who got just a little too obsessed with a student at the high school he was working for and decided to say fuck this life. I'm gonna try and bang this student, and that's exactly what a forty one year old John teddy. Did he used tactics? Investigators are calling grooming to Lord the sixteen year old girl into a sexually romantic relationship. All in the hopes that she would say fuck this life. I'm gonna marry this Forty-one-year-old loser teacher and skip town with them. Hold on. Of course, was she your sixteen thinks she's sixteen. Oh, man. Yeah. That change a lot. You know, what I don't know. Curious technically illegal. He's forty one, bro. Like also the teacher, which is the authority position. Like he He gets. gets the story. The fact that story. Yeah. Let's let's let's get to the facts. I'm pretty sure that he clearly said sixteen so wasn't my personal bias. I just wanted to know how old aside from the girls age. Let's let's listen to the other facts about this pets like what she wearing shorts. That said Jussi. Yeah. What you on the drill team like? Not what I'm saying. Okay. I'm sorry. So so it all started out innocently. Teddy was using the app called remind me to engage in conversations with his students. So probably wanted to just be like the cool teacher. But when the school found out about these conversations, they of course, told them to stop they should've just fire them right there. But teddy did not stop because he was insanely obsessed with this one young girl he would offer to give rise to school took her to McDonalds would hugger and closets and in some texts obtained by thirties..

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