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"johnny carson" Discussed on The Johnny Carson Show
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Fresh update on "johnny carson" discussed on Bernie and Sid in the Morning
"Johnny Carson. Without a doubt, Johnny Carson was my favorite. He was funny. He was cool. He was slick. He smokes cigarettes, which I love and I used to do don't anymore. And then when, when it was time he just walked away. Never looked back. We put together a list of phrases that you will never hear one. On one talk Radio 77 W. A. B C and a 77 W ABC News Time. It'll find that song for Tom Note with traffic.
Fred Willard, the comedic improv-style actor, has died at 86
"Comedic actor Fred Willard has died at the age of eighty six according to his daughter details of his death were not given I marquees are a letter with a look at his career but not get too close it'll pick up part of the band I'm joking of course so we go in and I'll show you around Fred Willard usually had small roles that were scene stealers like the colonel greeting the rock band in spinal tap and the announcer in best in show who knew nothing about dogs he also played Phil's father in the ABC series modern family willing first rose to prominence during sketches on Johnny Carson's tonight show and as Martin mall side kick on Fernwood tonight in twenty twelve he was arrested for suspicion of committing a lewd act at a Hollywood adult theater he said he did nothing wrong and no charges were filed Willard's final role is on the upcoming Netflix series space force
Fresh update on "johnny carson" discussed on Awards Chatter
"Don't say or you and I have this had this altercation and I think we should talk about it. You don't say anything if someone does something that bothers you. You don't ever mention it to them and what you do is you mentioned it to everybody else? And and you never say it to them now there's another option. which is you. Let them know you're disappointed and that your irradiated or Or angry. You let them know in a quote. Funny Way that makes everybody laugh including the person you're saying it to. And then about half an hour later, they realize that you put a knife between their ribs, but at the time they didn't know it and I always think it is. There was always this. Legend of the vibrating Palm. I think in in martial arts where you could, specialists could vibrate their palm, and then strike someone in the chest, and the person feel anything, and then two hours later that die of a heart, attack or something. We all heard about when we and there was a rumor that that's what Bruce Lee died of someone hidden the vibrating Palm, and then he was fine, and then later died. Data is I. Think partially the Genesis of some of comedy. least in my case is. How do I communicate with this person honestly to their face? But it's done in this highwire act kind of way. It's very precise. They don't feel it, but then they feel later and if they do get upset, you can say Oh, it's just everyone was laughing I was just having fun? So I think that's where you're like honing and attenuating and finessing this crazily. Backwards passive aggressive way of communicating people, and then it turns out that Hey, wait a minute people laugh when I do this Someone's handing me a check. This could be a way of earning a living, so I think that's kind of what it was well. To kind of head in that direction about when it first occurred to you that this was something, you could actually professionally do something with, but actually before. Going down that road any further, I wanted to just ask you in terms of your own consumption of comedy and particularly late night comedy was what was her well of course when I was a kid. You know people. They talk about their childhood. I think what they're really talking about is. When did a really joined the world? Because it takes a while to download, it takes a bunch of years where you're. You're clueless. You're not really watching TV or especially not watching late night. TV so I really sort of become aware in the early seventies, and that's all Johnny Carson is I mean. Obviously I was exposed to comedy mostly through old movies that were shown on channel fifty six channel thirty eight. This will sound crazy to anyone listening now, but they used to be UHF channels and they would show. Old Movies all the time, and I would watch the Marx brothers and I would watch WC fields and watch the three stooges, and it just seemed really funny to me, and because we had a black and white television, it wasn't strange that it was in black and white. So I was exposed to a lot of great comedy, Laurel, and hardy that just they show on TV and it was what was on. There's only three three or four channels. There's ABC CBS NBC, then, Channel Fifty six channel thirty eight. That's it. So I listened to that I will watch. Those people and I love Lucy whatever, but then at night. I always watched. What's making my dad? Laugh because I think That's what you do is I think boys tend to look at their dad and say what's what's making Dad Laugh and my dad has a really good sense of humor and. Love Johnny Carson and he said that his love of late night TV really began with the beginning of late night. TV because my dad if you think about it. My Dad's a resident, so he gets out of medical school, and he did a little bit of time in the I think in the army in Texas. But he's. He's working in medicine and then he's. Really in the fifties and the early fifties, he has to stay up all night because that's what residents do. He had to stay up all night sometime two nights in a row and there was a little room of the TV. And so he would watch this Guy Steve Allen. who we thought was fantastic. And he watched him for a couple of years that he was doing the tonight show. Then he watched Jack Parr. and. Love Jack Parr then Carson came along and so I'm really coming up. I'm coming of age about ten years into Johnny Carson's run. And noticing that my dad gets to stay up late. And I. Hear Him laughing and then my dad's starts letting us. The Cajun's. And then my dad would always do the same thing. which is you not I'm just GonNa Watch the monologue, and then I'll just WANNA. See after the first commercial. Because maybe he'll do Karnak you know, and then whether he did Karnak or not say okay. I I just want to see who the guest is. I, want to see a little bit of the guests and my dad would always end up staying up way too late. So that was my introduction as a kid. And then. Right around the time. I was a senior in high school. I was late I had it was second semester. Think or maybe it was first semester. I can't remember, but I had I got to sleep in a little bit. Because it's like senior year and I didn't have a class first thing in the morning, so I slept in a little bit, but then I'm running late and I could walk to my high school some tearing out the front door and my sister. Kate shouted way. Wait come back. And I came back and I. Said What and she said there's something on TV. You gotTA. Check this out and it was. David Letterman doing when he had his morning show. It was his mornings. Yeah, and I wrote a piece about this for entertainment weekly win. Dave left CBS. You know whatever it was five years ago and I said it was called suddenly, everything was wrong, because nothing about it was anything like what I'd seen before and. And I described. How viscerally different it was, and what an impression that made on me. So then I was a dave. You know acolyte Joe's those those those years, so that was my introduction to late night and. Of course, it's hugely different now because there used to be one sometimes than too late night shows or three, even when I got stirred, the weren't that many. and. Now it's just I. Think if if you are registered to vote you get a late night show. Like there's there's a lot of them. And what's great and actually the positive side of it is that everyone interprets a lot of the people who interpret these shows their own way and put their own spin on it, so that's nice. It's just to see the variety the incredible variety of the different shows, but it is stunning to try and explain to people there used to be one. BEAVER. Like Johnny Carson had a monopoly for yeah. For a long time for two decades, he had a monopoly so and that's hard to explain to anybody that there used to be. One place to shop for your late night comedy. Well. You've said that you had pretty serious anxiety as a kid, which is not uncommon, but I wondered if it sounds like you were pressure putting pressure on yourself to do or to achieve various things, and.
Just like in a monologue when he would blow a joke and it would get a laugh
"One one of of course course okay okay now try to get spring time okay springtime when it's springtime when spring well oh man so there you go Pancho yeah it's really funny you know anytime Johnny had animals on and the segment turned out to be a wash out it was always hilarious because of Johnny just like in a monologue when he would blow a joke and it would get a laugh it was almost funnier than if it was a good joke and it got a laugh so god that's funny wonder what ponchos doing today now he said he could believe he could live to be seventy or eighty in the in the clip he said enough lived to be seventy right now I'm just like that guy probably dead center that was thirty is thirty nine years ago well I hope we can still be around probably you know just play in the clubs yeah on the kilometer gaze touring yeah Pancho the signal well now he's doing virtual tours yeah he's he's in his state of recording the rituals in its cage according virtual sorrow for the internet oh boy all right poncho all right every every morning at two thirty with a morning at two thirty you get to hear some lovely comedy from the classic Johnny Carson again Johnny Carson Assad's showed every night on antenna TV must see television right there okay we're back to Samoa slang terms that don't get used as much anymore how about can you dig it Cyrus user from the warriors a car near older grant don't worry nobody's asking you to grab a shovel and dig a hole digging something means that you understand what's being said I get the I get the last piece of pizza can you dig it the lady I always thought this one was ridiculous it may sound like a pet name for your grandma but old ladies actually term of endearment for your girlfriend or wife example now I can't hit the clubs tonight my old lady is waiting for me at home how is it a term of endearment that sound like a term of endearment nana particularly yeah I know the old ladies waiting for me at home why just color ball and chain the old ball and chain all right freak flag people still use this one don't say what like let your freak flag yeah hi yeah I guess so that's a that's a phrase when Jimi Hendrix declared the song in the song if six was nine yeah he was gonna wave going to wave my freak flag high read a whole new way of announcing that you're the weirdest one in the room example it's great to get wild tonight I'm gonna let my freak flag fly all right how bout dah how about
Fresh update on "johnny carson" discussed on Historical Figures
"Sent in cash donations to their favourite onscreen representatives of God, on the morning of January, second, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, eight, Jim Baker, of the assemblies of God, cemented his place as the King of those favorites when he broke ground on his very own Christian theme park heritage USA would be the name for his two thousand three hundred Acre plot of land in Fort. Mill South Carolina. Jim had time the event to coincide with his thirty eighth birthday. Scene from the documentary, the eyes of Tammy Faye Jim beam does he made his way through the construction site? It was only waterpipes in some electrical wiring for now. Jim, saw beyond that he was imagining something. The likes of the Magic Kingdom at Disneyworld, but more in line with the Kingdom of God on Earth. tammy said Jim knew that his followers needed to see it. He wanted them to actually be there. Heritage USA was just the Cherry on top of a soaring career. Jim and his wife Tammy Faye were two of the earliest adopters of televangelism, blazing a trail that so many others were eager to follow. They had struck gold in nineteen, seventy, four by presenting Christian America's answer to late night. Talk TV the P.. T. L. Club short for praise the Lord. Camera three fate camera three. Audience. Did, so well that by nineteen seventy eight, they had their very own P.. T. L. Network. Their success was all about style. Rather than rely on Dour. Sermons from a bygone era Jim crack jokes to a live audience from behind his desk like a pentecostal Johnny Carson Tammy. Faye nicknamed first. Lady of televangelism. Co hosted the show leading the PTO singers and soaring modern renditions of old church songs. They also provided drama Jim talked audience members through spiritual crises, and made his audiences cry just as much as he made them laugh. It was no different the day he announced that he broken ground on heritage USA. The P. T. L. cameras cut to a shot of the station. Senior, vice, President Roger, flushing climbing the heights of a water tower on the park grounds Jim wanted his audience to see his vision and start planning their vacations immediately, but that's not all he wanted them to see. Flashing now. The top of the Tower was midway through a description of the heritage USA project. When suddenly he slipped. The cameras caught him falling a few seconds before hitting the ground hard. Little did the know. An assistant had dropped a dummy dressed to look like him from the tower. It was all part of Jim Bakker's show. The audience exploded as Jim said farewell for the cameras calls fluttered in all day, asking if flexing was okay and if they could support their favourite network by buying tickets to heritage USA. Everything seemed to be going perfectly. Jim showmanship wasn't flagging his vision for Heritage USA. The ultimate monument of televangelist success was chugging forward without a hitch and Tammy Faye's warm charm, backing him up. His audience was in heaven. But things were far more complicated behind scenes. Jim Baker may have been a saint to his followers on TV, but people in the industry knew him differently. single-minded would be putting it mildly. He was obsessively controlling when it came to PT L. and if you challenged him or his vision for the ministry, he would take it personally. This applied to even the smallest aesthetic choices once in nineteen, sixty six, a producer at CB N., the Christian broadcast network scheduled a live band to play. Bob Dylan's like a rolling stone. Gyms stormed out of the studio and led the camera crew to boycott from that day on all music choices went through Jim. By nine, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, eight in the opening of Heritage USA, there were bigger things to control like money. Now that P. T. L. was a national sensation. It's board of directors decided they needed a more organized approach to finances. They couldn't just let jim run through the ministries donations. However, he wanted. It was a small problem with a simple solution. They would bring on more managers and bookkeepers, but for Jim it was a crisis. A bunch of near strangers were cracking open his books, and telling him what he could and couldn't spend money on. Worst of all before the park was even opened, they were telling him. The network didn't have enough funds to make heritage USA the sprawling epic experience he had envisioned. He wanted to build a city on a hill for all the world to see. They were telling him to make do with a few roller coasters in field, so he put his foot down and kept pouring money into construction. By the middle of Nineteen, seventy eight, PTO was accruing debt at a staggering clip. A local paper, the Charlotte Observer place the figure at four million dollars and counting. The board of directors called a meeting to discuss the problem on June twentieth. Nineteen seventy. Eight Jim would not hear of any cuts to the heritage USA. But when the board asked for his final position on the matter, he had a brutal answer. Ready Fire, one hundred P. T. L. staffers about a seventh of the company to make up the difference. Of course Jim never never fired anyone personally if he could avoid it, it made him uncomfortable. And there was no reason for him to be uncomfortable. After all, he was still the king of televangelism. In fact, he deserves some earthly rewards for his Labour. Three weeks after the board meeting, he put a six thousand dollar down payment on a thirty thousand dollar houseboat. Jim had spent extravagantly before after all the donations to the ministry had always been under his control for all intents and purposes, it was his money, but in light of the recent firings this time the local papers took note. The Charlotte Observer reported on the boat with indignation. Journalists started to get really critical. When a few months later angry PTO staffers leaked the news that at the same time as is purchase. Jim had withheld cash from the employees. Retirement, fund. It was becoming uncomfortably obvious that he considered all P. T. L. donations his own personal slush fund, and saw his employees as dispensable, not particularly godly behavior. In fact spending donations to a tax, exempt religious organization on personal expenses is illegal. PT L. as far as the local news was concerned, stood for pass the loot. Jim Infuriated launched into action. He wasn't afraid of a few newspaper articles or even an FCC investigation. After all, he could tell a better story. A story about anti Christian sentiment in the media he.
The Great Toilet Paper Shortage
"The great toilet paper shortage. No I'm not talking about a toilet. Paper shortage caused by the corona virus. Won't get to that in a minute. I'm talking about the shortage of Nineteen seventy-three. This was a time of shortages. Many areas oil scares great economic. Stressors kept Americans on edge so when herald the FROLIC a Republican congressman at the time? Put out a press release warning the public about a possible and in no way imminent toilet paper shortage and night time comedian. Johnny Carson echoed the press release. Well put people on edge and I've got digs out quote from Johnny Carson. He's doing his stand up monologue. You know we've got all sorts of shortages these days but have you heard the latest. I'm not kidding I saw the papers. There's an acute shortage of of toilet paper and now that's an exact quote from Johnny Carson. At the time he had twenty million viewers the ground had already been laid for troop Hanoch amongst consumers carson simply ignited the spark for full blown madness. Millions of Americans across the country flooded local grocery and convenience stores. Totally wiping them clean of all toilet paper. One consumer told New York Times that after hearing it on the News Day. Bought an extra fifteen roles. Another woman asked her party guests to arrive with the roll of toilet paper and again I remind you this was all taking place in Nineteen. Seventy three for a few must toilet. Paper continued to be a rare find. Until like most short-lived trends the fizzled out in the aftermath. Carson was hotseat receiving a large portion of the blame for fueling the shortage. Myth Carson issued a sincere apology to viewers and again this is a quote from Johnny Carson. I don't want to be remembered as the man who created a false toilet paper scare. I just picked up the item from the paper and enlarge it somewhat. There is no shortage. That's a direct quote from Johnny Carson Nighttime Comedian back in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy three. At this point in time the damage has been done and Americans were passed all the potty drama most people would place the blame on Johnny Carson for causing the T. P. Panic but is he solely accountable even before Carson's joke on the Air Americans themselves are partially to blame for the self-induced toilet paper trauma. Can you blame them? These people were used to shortages of everything from oil to that true panic stem from a blatant rumor. Could it be a deja Vu today? The Washington Post reports a run on roles with both Costco. Another supermarket. Chain stripped all but clean even Amazon's physical stores appeared to be down to single rolls of Toilet Paper The New York Times similarly reported from a whole foods supermarket in Somerville Massachusetts where shoppers had to be limited to two packages of toilet paper. Each lease they strip the store bear. There was no shortage of toilet paper. Nineteen seventy three or today. Nearly fifty years later no shortage. There is a quote that applies to the story that you might be familiar with. Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it. The quotas most likely due to writer and philosopher. George Santayana it expresses the sentiment. Ably that history repeats itself it that is true then. We simply need to pay attention. Still we all eat sleep and poop and are driven to take care of those basic
Political historian-commentator Richard Reeves dies at 83
"Author political commentator and historian Richard Reeves has died reeves released his first book on then president. Gerald Ford in nineteen seventy five. Four years later he began a weekly column reefs on. Jeffrey confirmed his father's death. Telling the Associated Press's Dad died in Los Angeles and had been in failing. Health Reeves was a frequent commentator on pbs and even appeared on the tonight show with Johnny Carson other books included President Kennedy Profile of power and President Nixon alone in the White House. Richard Reid was eighty three years old.
Political historian-commentator Richard Reeves dies at 83
"Political commentator and historian Richard Reeves has died reeves released his first book on then president. Gerald Ford in nineteen seventy five and four years later began a weekly syndicated column Reeve Son. Geoffrey confirmed his father's death telling the Associated Press. His Dad died in Los Angeles and had been in failing. Health Reeves was a frequent commentator on PBS and even appeared on tonight show with Johnny Carson. His other books included President Kennedy Profile of power and President Nixon alone in the White
Joan Rivers: Can We Talk?
"Joan rivers career spanned nearly six decades she started with cabaret and off Broadway shows in the late fifties and then became a star of late night television hosting the tonight show and the late show with Joan rivers and eventually the daytime Joan rivers show in the nineties. She was best known for her comedic and sometimes mean-spirited interviews with celebrities on the Red Carpet John. Style was self deprecating abrasive. Everyone was fair game including herself. She charted new territory and comedy by telling stories from her own life combined with her willingness to talk about taboo subjects like hot flashes sagging bodies bad sex and marriage problems. You may have noticed that we borrowed our podcast. Name can talk from this hilarious. Talented and complex Jewish woman. Can we talk? Was Jones signature. Tagline sometime. She's it as a punchline. Sometimes it was a setup. It was an invitation to her audience. A signal that she was about to confide in them. Here's Joan on the show in the early. Nineteen Eighty S. I would not cheat. I would not cheek Maine because nobody asked me but I not because I think why we talk. I think my husband's spooner man okay. Which is very hard to save. I feel very close to you. I especially if you can. We talk was also Jones way of calling attention to her flaws and other people's her way of saying let's stop pretending and tell the truth here. Can we talk? Let me tell you something. The reason I have nothing happy the way I'm blessed is because I'm getting older at least seven very drop because Oh oh you don't know what it's like to get older too. You know what it's like to go in the morning to take facial mask and realize you're not wearing what so. Why did we borrow her? Tigon FOR OUR PODCAST. When we started the show Joan had recently died and we were all steeped in the debate about her role and her complicated legacy as brilliant and hilarious. But also crass and sometimes cruel. We love that. She had so many dimensions and that she believed in telling the truth about women's lives and expanding the range of models. We see all things we knew we wanted to do to. We also liked that. Can we talk was an invitation to our audience to join us in this project of storytelling and with that. Here's a wonderful interview from J W as archive recorded in two thousand six for our documentary. Jewish women in comedy making trouble. Joan talks about her early days at the Chicago. Comedy Clubs Second City being a woman on Johnny Carson's tonight show and playing midwestern clubs as New York Jewish comic later in the interview. She talks about going back to work after her husband's suicide in nineteen eighty seven. She starts by telling Interviewer Rachel. Talbot about a fight. She had with her parents over her decision to go into comedy. I left my house in pedal pushes enter old car that I used to drive and went to New York in speaking of the year and it was just awful and my dad wrote me a letter say that we are going to You'd better come home or we're going to have you committed. I was living in the bars on hotel for women and my dad wanted says and pulled me out. It was a scene. I think they ever forgot dragged me out. It was just horrible scene Harles. They just thought I was really life as though question about it. They just couldn't accept that. This is where I was going to end. This is all I could do so the I went back home and then I went away. Yeah it was just awful and then Pity yes that was great. Second City was very competitive. It was six of US thrown on stage. And it was make up your own lines and get your own scenes going and everybody wanted to be the star second city and everybody wants to get their stuff and so it wasn't like being gracious. It was like I got a better idea I wanted. It was very competitive and that was great too. I learnt in second city. You have to talk up and I learnt the freedom of you. Think it's funny try it. Don't wait don't think about it. I still do that if freed me. It taught me to be tough. It taught me to fight. If you thought you're Si was good you went into four four and a taught me co with your instinct. Only do what you truly think is going to be funny. It changed my life and then you you came back to New York Nissan. You learn so much from second cities are how had your comic persona change came. When I came back with second city I was myself onstage. Good bed or different. I was what I was and I was a divorced when no Jewish smart college graduate not particularly attractive girl on stage and I was telling you about my life. It wasn't about my mother-in-law was about what I'm going through my mother's hysterical because I'm single and I'm having an affair with a married man and my gay friends. What happen to my gay friends and it was all about truth. The first routine that really worked. I had a WIG hairpieces. I was driving into New York to perform at this club. And the WIG flew out of the window and a car drove over it and I said there I was walking on the west side highway. With a dead Wigan my arms had says firestone on and no one stops and all the truth and taking the truth and exaggerated and it just opened me up. I never went back. I never went back to. He's so fat that unless I really believe when did you find out Johnny Carson? Nothing in my career. I think that's why I was that you log come easily ever. I've never been the first on anything all my friends. And that time I was working the village with my George Carlin and Richard. Pryor all these wonderful men everybody got through everybody was on Carson and on Griffin and I was brought up seven different times to the Carson show. I was finally rejected by Secretary. Who is eating lunch while I was performing? I mean beyond humiliating. I got on because the night before some comic bom so they called me up and they said you can come on but not as a comedian. They had no faith in me. They brought me on as a girl writer and at the end of the show at the end of that night on air. Johnny Carson said to me you're going to be a star it was maisy and I look behind me. I couldn't believe and the next day. My life change changed overnight. They were getting all these calls and stuff. Was there ever a feeling of like? Oh you're to New York reports. I was doing costume regularly. I don't think it was hosting really I was you know the Golden Girl Carson and the ages come back and say you to New York to Jewish you to New York and my husband was married by that point. Ed You said this is ridiculous. He said picked the worst city in the country. And they said Milwaukee they still have been meetings. This is nine hundred seventy. There's still enclaves. They dress up Nazi uniforms and saw Adolf stand. He said center Milwaukee. And let's see and they sent me to Milwaukee and I was. They had to change the size of the room and put in the ballroom. Our I put originally in a little hotel the pfister in their little comedy room and they had to over the ball and put me in so that changed everything they said. Okay America will get her. I mean people begin to put little pockets and it's so stupid because funny is funny. You're minutes was using back on state. What was that decision? The decision was very simple. One I know money I had to go back to work. I didn't have the luxury of being the widow in the house on the hill so I had to go back to and nobody wanted me and Vegas gave me back my contracts. 'cause isn't nobody wants to see anybody that has that kind of you would just fired. would terrible glistening one out that. I was very hard to work with It was just all wrong all wrong. I was banned from late night. I've never been brought back ever not one late night show So I was really struggling my career and I had all these bills. Listen was in. It was just a bad time so I went back to little nightclubs. I said well I'll start again. I went back and started doing little like us and out of that came the red carpet
"johnny carson" Discussed on The Johnny Carson Show
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"johnny carson" Discussed on The Johnny Carson Show
"Every conceivable physical harm. I come downstairs Mom Dad. It's pretty Nice Day. What do you say we risk whole ball of wax right now? You've invested your whole soul. Let's roll the dice. I go up. In a couple of thousand feet a hurled myself I attempt to operate the parachute correctly and avoid plummeting to an almost certain. Can you lend me the seventy five bucks for this or what they let me go? I had to wear the winter coat but I did. And this is the point that I'm trying to make here but you can do what you want in life. We are now adults. We worked hard. We made it to that. We waited to get to this point that we're all at right now getting mail parallel parking cookies without asking. This is the power you can go home tonight and screw around that thermostat. All you like. I didn't touch a Thermostat till I was twenty. Eight years old I was I was. I was in a hotel room when I finally got up the guts. I made it a little warmer the whole nine. I told my father was gonNA come in who touch thermostat. Set it there for a reason. That's my dad. I set it there for the. What is the reason that? What is the reason you would never tell.
"johnny carson" Discussed on The Johnny Carson Show
"They will. In fact this is the name started tonight cancellation notices are certain validity. And what I'm saying and that is security but it's not because it's A. It's a strange. The only talked one of the things I've said in the book is that the only kind of secured only the insecure people who strive for security. The only kind of security I know about for myself is inner security. It has nothing to do with whether I'm employed whether my book is on the best seller list when I make a lot of money whether my wife loves me and my children living on the security no all the other things nice job. A Nice House of Money and a nice car all those things and it's precisely when those things go away when somebody dies or when your business fails go bankrupt or whatever that people commit suicide or have depression or reach for the volume or become alcoholics or whatever because they're always looking outside of themselves for the answers rather than saying. Hey I count you take off your clothes. You look in the mirror every day and you say you know you do a lot of dumb things but you really cute you know you really an attractive person and you're the only person you got so why not take that person with you wherever you go and make it a nice person. Someone that you really love. Do you think people can turn their emotions on and off like that? That a faucet is I'm going to be cute and charming but I don't feel charming. I don't want to go there. I don't WanNa do that. How do you handle that? Well I think we have to understand the word choice. We are the product of the choices that we make in our lives. The fact if you get angry in your life if you get worried if you're afraid if you're anything like that you know you hear the Hitter Lady told me the other night in a talk that I was given. She said. My husband gave me a complex. I said how does that work does he go out and he said. I'd like one complex police for my wife. Put it in a box. Wrap it up and say this is for you and she had a complex. What thank you very much. I'll just you know as if he did this to her. People do these things to themselves and the they say things like you make me feel guilty. She makes me angry. If you had I wouldn't've act this way right. If only you were more like me than I wouldn't have to be so unhappy right now. These are the kinds of sentences that people are making and there are. Those are all state absolutely. They were just the person I married. Yes you know what? Those people are the same way about love. You said we love the things we love for what they are not for what they used to be what they should be or what. I would like them to be if you if you take somebody where they are. You take them with the points that you don't like about them just as well as the points that you do you try to change points. I if you do then you're not in love you're really somebody who's saying you have to be what? I want you to be. And that's where marriages breakdown relationships breakdown. The cornerstone of an effective relationship to me is independence not dependent but then I always felt that my job on this show once I get added at chairs to sit over here and make sure that the show keeps going by keeping my mouth shut. You want to say something but The lead you to train.
"johnny carson" Discussed on The Johnny Carson Show
"Is pretty bad you ever began as a painter. I thought yeah. I began as a painter and high went to Ireland with a box of paints and at about two hundred dollars and I bought a donkey and cart traveled around for several months. Left under the car painted the idea was that I was going to set the world on fire with my brush and trouble was that It got pretty cold at night. Sometimes I'd want to. I'd want to get some hot milk or something. Whoever accepted hospitality? They wouldn't take money in those days in Ireland. So you get. I have to give them a panic so all the paintings went and I arrived in Dublin. I had no paintings and no money is any of this. This is absolutely true. Yes and that's how I got in the theater. Because I had Darren living. I really did want the painting. Yes I still do it. I wish I was better. I'd give any. I'd rather be painted anything. Lots of people have that. But that's the inborn. Isn't it most of it? No I think anybody anybody can paint. It's just Oh I know that anybody can. Everybody can't sing. I can't I can't sing you could if you have on the and taking money for it but it's it's you can't call it singing really no would you. Now you're not saying you're not saying to me be honest everybody can be it good or not good but can do something particularly Children Canyon. All Children are good painters. You notice that because their natural I suppose and they don't have any restrictions. I don't know what it is. And they get to be a little about seven and they lose it but there's a sort of miraculous time when they paint wonderful pictures. Can you tell me why people would pay seventy five to one hundred and fifty dollars for a painting done by chimpanzee? Now that's been in the paper before and it's been done at gallery where a lot of paintings that are in the galleries. Look as though they've been done by chimpanzees people sure but they buy they buy boxes of sand and call them sculpture.
"johnny carson" Discussed on The Johnny Carson Show
"Heard music? Does you really good? You're getting has an issue that means we are causing moment was so dull at a music. Quick what do you make during the data motion picture coming up in about a month? Yes yes in about a month or five weeks something like that. It opens its tool. It's too it's too long from the opening. If I thought about another now that nobody will run out and buy a ticket because it is the doors. Open up you know. I think it's opening an not for another. That's right and can you see all of those people battering at the doors of the theaters and being the disappointment. What's the name of Nazis called F for fake F for Fan is all about art forgery and about Howard Hughes and everything? He's very weird story. I started to make a movie about a famous art. Forger called L. Mir and in the middle of making it the man who was the expert on L. Mir who was then unknown was a fellow called Clifford. Irving you can't. He was explaining how this forger worked and while I was making the picture the whole scandal started to break early so I changed the movie again to include. Irving very very weird movies. There's a case I don't know the way over talked about. I think I did mention price one night. Who is quite knowledgeable about art? I guess he's fairly expert. Remember years ago there was somebody who impersonated the Dutch painter. Vermeer yes and His paintings were authenticated museums all over the world by the highest where artists and he sold them for hundreds literally. Hundreds of thousands of dollars. An authenticated is genuine premiered. It turns out later when they found out they weren't premiere. It became a very interesting question. Was The guy the forger good artist he was van. That's interesting isn't it was bad heading you. It's a bad painter. This is what art is finally recognized and then the reason why there are great art for choose who are actually great paints. I don't think he wants. Yeah one of the artists is the reason he wasn't it was because it didn't come from his soul or his heart. It came from a mirror he was simply copying what said but in all fairness beautifully if If there are a few of his paintings that we don't know about hanging museums everybody will say they came from the art of Mir. That again is the dichotomy. Saying is this man a true artist. Or is he just a clever? Fortunately in the case of L. Mia who was the star Myfm Il mio the horror. Who's painted pictures? In the style of fifty different faints he painted three van. Dunkin's which Van Duncan testified that he had painted a pretty good It's pretty good. But he's a good artist. He has paintings in all of the in half of the leading modern museums in the world at one one of them which is hanging in Tokyo which was which is a which is still there. I believe which is a Modigliani who when Mauro came to Tokyo. He stopped in front of that painting and burst into tears and said the inner meaning of Modigliani had finally been revealed to him and my rose one of the great authorities unfolding in the world. And there's all these are pretty interesting. Yes now. People have got to start saying now what what is art? What is hard? What makes a great artist. What is somebody going to copy something? It's not like an impression as it. It's not like doing an impression. You're a forgery something else. You're literally doing another painting as though it's that you're not saying this is the way I'll do the way I think. Johnny Carson is right in other words the rich little as in other words if somebody took a famous painting say Picasso I saw in New York when I was back. There they were having parke-bernet was having this exhibition they had the Picasso of and the red and blue the rose and blue period that famous thing with comedian with son you know the Harlequin with a little boy and it was wonderful. Now if you're saying a forgery or a copier would do that particular picture in other words for one particular picture where somebody who does in the style of a creates his own interpretations is what we're saying. Yeah we're just not an exact copy in other words done in the style of because ours done in the style of copying a painting. It's making a painting as though you were because it's a kind of creation now. There's a strange story in my movie. Which is about because so when he he went to stay in. A little village called Tucson After he'd broken up with one of his ladies and as he was painting there there was a very beautiful girl. Used to go by his window to go to the beach every day and she'd come back again she'd go to dinner. He really couldn't paint and that was a boyfriend of this girl played the trumpet. Made here this damn trumpet night. He couldn't sleep and he'd see you're walking. Finally yesterday close for she came in. He did twenty two paintings over. I'm GONNA finished She said now you must give the paintings had. He was so smitten by her that he did now. She went away with twenty two paintings by because you know when he died he died. He was worth Oh I think it was a quarter of a billion dollars. Whatever the border of a billion dollars he was worth and you can imagine what those twenty two pennies where it was well. A few months went by and Picasso picked up an art magazine and he saw that. There was an exhibit of his paintings in Paris so he came down to pass. She was going to sell them and he came roaring down to Paris to stop this and he looked and all twenty. Two of the pictures in the gallery were forgeries. You recognize them as forgeries. What happened the twenty two original that he had done? He asks the girl and she took him to her. Grandfather was a famous art. Forger who is dying and he said to Picasso. I have been painting you all my life. Nobody will ever remember it. I've been painting all these painters. The museums of the world have my pictures hanging. Nobody knows my name. Now that I'm dying. Will you let me be the author of One Picasso Period? Because I can't do that where my paintings might twenty two paintings. The old art for just said I burnt them. Burn them and then forged them for the exhibition so that he would have twenty two Picasso's in a new style. That's incredible that's incredible. It's kind of sad in a way there was a manager. Of course this story is forgery..
"johnny carson" Discussed on The Johnny Carson Show
"Show the Johnny Carson podcast from ten twenty seven seventy six October of seventy six almost forty four years ago to the day got some great. We've got the legendary film director and actor Orson Welles. We've got Robert Blake and we have Wayne Dyer. Who gives us some great advice? Doc is off and Tommy Newsom as filling in once again his dry sense of humor Johnny gets a lot of mileage. We've heard it on a number of these podcasts. About how boring Tommy actually is but in reality. Tommy was always a go to for some funny. So we've got a great show. We've got the monologue that talks about the history of Halloween talking about the election to Johnny's talking about the election of the debates between Ford and Carter. So that'll give you a little perspective where we were. There's a great callback in Johnny. Does a great callback in there. It's a good monologue. Then we move onto Orson Welles. Now Orson Welles was nominated for Nine Academy Awards for what is considered by many one of the greatest movies of all time citizen Kane. Where's the started out in radio or the world's was a radio show that the mercury players did and people thought it was real and that we were being invaded by Mars and it caused widespread panic. Another great movie of Orson Welles was touch of evil. I mean he was a great actor. He's a great director but he's here today promoting a special that he did for NBC. They talk about his old radio. Show a little bit. They Johnny actually wants to try to create one one day then they move into artwork and forgery and painting. Many people notice but Orson Welles was an aspiring painter. When you first started out but they talk about Picasso and a bunch of other things. It's a great interview. Sadly nineteen eighty-five Orson Wells did die of a heart attack But had a great career. He had one of those voices are booming. Voices that nobody can ever forget. And as a matter of fact did a lot of commercials. I think he did a I forget the wine winter but note we will show new wine before its time if you remember that spot then. Next up is Robert Blake he was Mickey Agra. Watch him as Mickey on our gang and he was in cold blood and he also had a small part and treasure of Sierra Madre where he sold Humphrey bogart a winning lottery ticket. He and Orson talk a lot back and forth about fame on television. This is one of the shows where there's a lot of interaction between the guests and allies. Enjoy that where the guest rather than. Just move down and be quiet. There's a lot of back and forth. And Orson is picking Roberts brain about getting into Into television and whether he should do a television show or not And then Robert Blake gives them some tips on how to succeed and one is that by having the network fear you that you don't need the job and you're gonNA walk away anytime Johnny picks up on this during during a throat at commercial and get some good laughs out of it and then we wrap it up with Wayne Dyer when Dyer motivational author and speaker. And he's written many books your own zones and he's he's talking about what it takes to make yourself happy in life and Being doer is he says what makes you happy He talks about the value of self worth and everything else and then of course Robert Blake picks up on this. And there's a long interruption by Robert Blake. But it's worth a listen. I will see you on the other side and now ladies and gentlemen he a Johnny you see you. You chose what's behind curtain number. Two and I came on a curtain number. One is a song back there again. How are you tonight? What's going on here last night? We had a space dot audience new this new high tonight. I'm Johnny Carson asking you to vote for me on Tuesday instead of the two other comedy candidates.
"johnny carson" Discussed on The Johnny Carson Show
"McNair you'll be you'll be back in a second okay. Sometimes when things are working we keep it increased. Guess don't really go. Oh well no no no we fly commercial here. You'RE GONNA stay with us a while even though you plug your show. Yeah Yeah okay sure. Okay like most of those big guys so you don't have to get back to the shootings. Good Yup no all right. We'll do this. We're going to say all month actually hear from Richard Pryor Linda Smith Monday night. I want to mention that he's going to be hosting Harvey Korman I'm going to come and sit right in that seat there when he does the model. Oh you're going to get a little spinach not well. That's all you all you have to look at Harvey and goes into he goes catatonic not well and he's going to be a with Bonnie Franklin. Tom Recent Baseball's Bob Ukraine Helen. Gurley Brown on Tuesday night we have the Icefield awkward saying the Best Carson Yen. We have people like Beverly Lee Sills. Who is right there Tony Randall? They're funny comedian. By the name of George Miller and from Cornell Dr. Carl Sagan is with his on Tuesdays League leader. Dick Kavak Tony. Newly Laura Call George Burns Marvin Hamilton and Donald J. Duck. Donald Duck will be on the show. There was a man named Donald. Oh Really J. Duck. I think he's with the Department of Interior's with the United States government and he's legitimate name is Donald Duck and you WanNa talk about going through life with problems. Yeah what a Nice Nice going to be going to a motel in your name. Come out and lock him out in writing that down speak it a harvey. You don't have much admire you and Harvey and they're replaying in that order incidentally not raw. What's up with you and Harvey Notch cracking me up? And they've been re running a lot of the composites of Carol show from around the country and those sketches hold up but you and Harvey have got something going between you. He doesn't seem to be able to break you up very often but you will. Have you look at him you eyeball oh him. Yeah and Harvey that the mouse starts to go the is dance the jaw trembles. He did the the shoulder start to go. Yeah it's a kind of started. We were in his dressing room. One time it's doing the show and he was Dressed in a chicken outfit and had the big feet had red stockings on pantyhose and he had a chicken body and chicken wings and this huge chicken in order to talk to me had to lift up the beach. You know listen. I was dressed as an Avon.
"johnny carson" Discussed on The Johnny Carson Show
"With two of the great comedy minds that made us laugh for so many years. The Wonderful Richard. Pryor and of course Tim Conway Tim Conway Anway sadly died in May of two thousand nineteen but I grew up watching Instant Parker and Mikhail's navy. Tim had a funny. You know he had a very funny bit with Dorf. He had four or five videos where he did DORF which was a a guy a very short. It was sort of a dwarf kind of character that he created he would do it from on his knees and the way he moved around. I made it. was you know. I don't think anybody could not laugh. When they met Dorf He had Harvey Korman Struck. Comedy Gold over and over again on the Carol Burnett show particularly when Tim was trying to crack up harvey and Harvey was trying not to break. It was always something that we as an audience. We knew what was going on and we just love watching it. Tim also did voiceover. He was on spongebob. Bob And he was on On a bunch of Scooby Doo and a bunch of things as a voice actor. So that's our show Richard Pryor will get a second but of course Richard. Pryor Richard Pryor is is on the Mount Rushmore of comedy in so many People's opinion But let's talk about the monologue I. It's a short monologue today There's some jokes about McDonald's in a company sunny in England that tried to come out with a McDonald's knock off The big MAC and Johnny gets a few laughs. Out of that that outcomes Tim Conway to plug his special show and then after he plugs it he wants to just leave and it's funny because Tim is kind of a quiet interview as funny as he was he. He's very quiet in the interview and You you know he just really I think is there. The plug is special. I don't know if he's intimidated by johnny or an offer Johnny but You know it's not it doesn't flow like it does with so many other guests then they get into talking about earthquakes. They talk about some of the earthquakes in California. There's a couple of jokes In reference to the interview not really working so I I think it might be a little Inside but it also might have been a little awkward who knows but you give us an unyielding sun the second guess is Richard Pryor who you know as a kid. I think probably one of the first Comedians I saw in the end Sullivan show was Richard Pryor and watching him sitting at the floor at the foot on my parents bed and laughing I think subtly one of the one of the people that made me want to become a comedian and even growing up in a community family when I was a comedian but seeing prior on Sullivan show he just so likable. And he the You know he had in the early stages he wasn't as he got a little more controversial as as his career went on but he was very much you can see the influence of Bill Cosby and others in his early stand. Stand up career days I got to see a many times work at the comedy store. He used to come in and work out his material in the early eighties. When he was getting ready for his His TV specials specials. He would come in the comedy store and we all were in awe so many of the young comedians was standing in the back and watch him work and of course whenever they would announce Richard Pryor special. She'll guest tonight Richard. Pryor the crowd went crazy. So that's a a a part of my comedy memories that I'll never forget. Richard had done a movie. Co California Foreigner Suite with Bill Cosby and it had gotten some criticism and that is one of the things. Richard I guess this seems to bother Richard. Johnny asked him who made up his audience. And he said you know for the most part You know black people or mixed but in this audience long beach was mostly white and he talked about a joke. That couldn't work because it was not not his normal crowd he. He has a funny story about Chinese waiter that he saw and they both talked fondly about China and one day going there. Richard Pryor died sadly at Sixty five years of age in two thousand thousand five. It was his third heart attack and he had suffered from MS for a number of years. Richard had been married seven times to five different women but As is an actor as a comic. He's a legend he's on everybody's list of top COMEDIANS. He was number one on comedy. Central Number one comedian. The comedy Central List. He is rolling stone named him number one of the fifty best comedians. He had a tremendous influence on so many of our young comedians working today because Richard was not afraid ready to attack a controversial subject and find the laughter in and find the humor in in in racism. And everything else that was you no hurtful in those days. So Richard Pryor legend. He redid his own autobiography movie. That he co directed and that he wrote and directed called Jo Jo Dancer to answer and that was about his life although it was not a success It was still an amazing look at his life in nineteen eighty. He set himself bonfire while freebasing which was tragic and.
Actor Orson Bean, 91, hit and killed by car in LA
"Actor Orson bean has died he was struck and killed by car in southern California last night this happened in Venice investigators say the initial indication is this was just a tragic accident the driver did stay on the scene Orson bean was best known for his appearances on TV gaming talk shows here he wasn't Johnny Carson is a book on breaking it up the best routines of the stand up comics they sent it to me in the and the last thing the other day and I'm in there I am the very first one because it is chronological above the new
"johnny carson" Discussed on The Johnny Carson Show
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"johnny carson" Discussed on The Johnny Carson Show
"Morning good afternoon or good evening. Hey we'll Schreiner here your host of the Johnny Carson Show podcast and boy. We've got a big name. Today's show Jerry Seinfeld. Who whatever happened to him now? He was a comedian. Started out in the late seventies and Rocketed the probably one of the most successful Sitcom careers ever as well as a continually working comedian out every other weekend still standing up and making people laugh. I got a lot of stories about Jerry. I've known him a long time today. Shows it was pretty good. We've got a good monologue is Jokes about the fruit fly the Mediterranean fruit fly from Johnny Course. Johnny comes out and I can't see it but doc I guess is wearing one of his traditionally allowed Alfredsson. Johnny has a pretty good Reaction to that there are some jokes Faraday or Dr Charles and Diana and the Queen and there's also a bit about the post office and how. How many letters get lost in the mail? There's mentions of Reagan's travels abroad. And even the baseball strike. Johnny's got a good joke about the Japanese Scratching getting themselves so it's a monologue and at the end Johnny Introduces Jerry as a brilliant and very clever comedian before I get into Jerry's monologue let me tell you a little bit something if you don't know and I'm sure everybody knows a lot about Jerry Seinfeld. But his Sitcom that he co wrote and created with Larry. David ran from eighty nine tonight. One thousand nine hundred ninety eight and it's rumored that they offered him five million dollars an episode for season ten and he turned it down. I admire his his ability. Say No to money money. It's something I've never learned but I have had many great experiences with Jerry Seinfeld. I don't know where to begin. I met Jerry when I came to Los Angeles. I guess I was in New York in nineteen eighteen. Eighty doing the comic strip and the punchline comic Strip and the Improv when Jerry I came to Los Angeles he chose the Improv. The comedy store as a place to work out material but Freeman Freeman. Knew Him from New York so he took a good liking to Jerry. Was One of these guys. You took notice right away clean. Charming Charisma Matic With tremendous confidence. If there's anything about Jerry that I would say. His confidence on stage was was admirable and unlike so many others. It wasn't arrogance. It was just confidence. I got to work with Jerry many times times the Improv and Jerry. I came to Los Angeles. He had a small part on Benson which was a Robert Jones Sitcom and guess. It didn't go so well. Just I read a story where Jerry said. He came in for the table. Read and there was no script for him because he was fired. That's just another one of many examples of how tough show business can be on you. Jerry and Jay. Leno were fast friends. Jim J. lived up Nichols Canyon. A lot of people hung out. J.'s House Arsenio Hall Many of us road motorcycles together Rick Overton a bunch of US would ryder motorcycles. Out on the weekends and go after the rocks door or whatever we would do on the motorcycles but it was always great fun and although never a motorcycle Guy Jerry was a car guy he he loved cars particularly porsches. I used to fly out of Santa Monica Airport and there was a hanger. Cross the way that had about. I don't know one hundred fifty to one hundred porsches in it and I asked somebody. WHO's a was Jerry Seinfeld? I never saw him hanging out much at the hanger but I saw the cars with the door open and he had some classic classic Cars I guess. Maybe that's the basis of Comedians in cars with coffee. Now Jerry and I got to work together on numerous occasions my favorite Memory was we're around a thousand seat theater and around Saint Louis. It was called the Westport playhouse. I think it was called into it. Was the bill was Paula. poundstone will Schreiner Jerry Seinfeld. And and Larry Bud Melman well show is going to be probably me Pala Jerry in Larry Bud but Larry Bird didn't have much of an act and we realized that quickly so the show show was reconfigured to have Larry the MC and then introduced the three of us into a half an hour and around it was. I still have the poster my garage. It's one of my favorite advert shows. All three of us were fired on all cylinders and it was a great time to be working together. When you work together you get to hang out together? We had meals and we you know sat in the dressing room and Kipton laughed. and Oh there's one of my great memories of of doing a stand up show with Jerry Jerry and I were young comedians and we were on the MERV Griffin show in Las Vegas. I don't know it might've been like nine hundred eighty one or two or three somewhere in there. I don't remember the exact year but bill cosby was also on the show that that day and Jerry and I they were in the makeup room or the green room talking and bill said Hey. Would you guys like to come over to my dresser room tonight. He was at the Hilton with David. Copperfield and Would you like to come over the dressing room and talk about comedy now Bill Cosby. He's got a bad reputation today but he loved to To help young Comedians and we sat in his dressing. We were from six o'clock to eight o'clock listening to bill. Tell us about secrets. Giving US insight given us. You know all the vice he could he could share about standup comedy. At eight o'clock rolled around. He said you guys want to go up and watch David Copperfield. We go no no we. We want to stay in the dressing room with you as long as you'll have us and we sat there for another half Hour Arwa. Copperfield went on and bill got dressed and went off and did a show and we went back and watched it and it was. It was just you know it was. It was a treat. It was a rare. I wish I said Jerry. Two years ago later I said you remember all this stuff cosby told us she says no but it was all great. I'm sure it you know it's I'm sure it incubated into our psyche someway. That's one of the great experiences I said. I wish I would have had a tape recorder for and now ladies and gentlemen he Johnny You don't you don't you. Don't fool me you're not applauding. You're trying to swat fruit flies. Mediterranean fruit flies are running amok in California. You got here just in time you might have down. I'm for the fruit flies season. You give you a little tip. COME BACK in March. That's when the.
Stand-up, sketch and satire: The rise of Indigenous comedy
"Charlie Hill was a legend on the stand up comedy circuit. Almost every indigenous comedian will cite hail as their inspiration their motivation and hand aspiration and even though he passed on in two thousand and thirteen the laughter he created. Lives on hill was a member of the oneida nation of Wisconsin Wisconsin. His first network appearance was on the Richard. Pryor show in nineteen seventy four. He was the first indigenous comedian to appear on the tonight show with Johnny Carson and he also appeared on the tonight show with Jay Leno and made multiple appearances on late night with David Letterman. Here's the legendary Charlie Hill. I did this back in L. A. and they didn't quite get it you know they're not used to seeing is in Hollywood. Everybody wants to tables in a circle and they weren't quite sure you know in a in a heckler and I know that she'd never judge a man by the color it was neck or anything like that wouldn't want to hear their prayer Marica. And why don't you go back. We came room so I can't in his living room last week. I was in Washington. DC WE SEEK. Did he show where members of the American Indian Republican Party. Three in the next gentlemen ever met in my life and then coming out here to Canada airport searched and I resent that via need. You were as an alien. You'RE GONNA hijack a plane anyway. Take me to hope. So I'm sitting on the airlines. You know in the middle seat here redneck sitting on each side of me and I'm thinking you I stole my leg ripped up my culture but you're not giving these damn armin don't they. What do you nations? We have tonight on the commentary. Everybody Yawn your your nation. Okay one-two-three antastic. Just thought I heard somebody. I don't even Wanna be that's cool. That's okay we're all welcome here in the circle of humor tonight. Welcome everybody who came but we always CDs. He's one of the power they always WANNA be. So I wrote a commercial called generic they WANNA you tired of being left out in the cold with no native heritage on aware of your Indian roots. Or maybe maybe you have new Indian roots. You'll uncomfortable powwows. Well soon. You be out there singing and dancing with the rest of US thanks to. Yes one spoonful of generic in your native groups are starting to grow back instantly. You'll never appeals spiritually inadequate again taken as direct the generic increases wisdom and stores and makes you one with the universe where we're script in so try today when someone asks you your travel really just say generically you made up what you know. What in your heart art? Gosh inside of action include suicide poverty disease religious persecution and general of land the recorded. That would've picked comedy. Festivals welcomed a Turtle Island showcase in two thousand and five. That was Charlie Hill.
"johnny carson" Discussed on The Johnny Carson Show
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"johnny carson" Discussed on The Johnny Carson Show
"I'm your host will Schreiner and we listened back. Act Too many of these great podcasts and try to put them into perspective for you. Jimmy Carter was president. All things in the country. Were good in nineteen seventy nine so we kick off our show is that always says you. ooh Johnny that was a reminder to all of us to get out of the bathroom and come in and listen to the monologue well tonight doc. Severinsen the band leader is often Tommy. Newsom mm-hmm is filling in Tommy was always the subject of a Of of a shot or two got a great shot on him about his close. Because Tommy was kind of you know a a dry wit and a good foil. Johnny Johnny got a lot of mileage out of that This show has A classic slow news day as Johnny's to say that was always a the premise for not being to top. But he had some things to talk about to do. He was welcoming the tourists and there was giving him some suggestions on what to do in town about like the southern in California theater scene and of course Janis visit the snail land. Next up he talks a little bit about Faira Faucets. divorce He has a joke. That needs needs a little explaining which China so good at explaining a joke but he saves it with great Killer joke end the bit on Farah Fawcett you'll enjoy that following the monologue Karnak them magnificent Visitor from the east as Ed but sets up so well. If you don't understand the remember the premises Karnak would give give the answer. And then Ed would read the question Johnny had always had fun doing this. Especially when the setup didn't go well or any time there was something that was just a little off off kilter ed got a great Great kick out of it and they really They really have fun together doing it. There was one off color joke. That gets a big laugh from Ed. And and there's one that bombs and Annette even says You'll hear it but as questions if johnny got it right or not. The audience is hot and cold throughout the monologue. But Ed milks when he gets to the. I have in my hand the last envelope. Well that was always a good setup for ed it was always a good reminder for the audience that this better be a good one and this one is and I guess on a show is the great comedian Rodney Dangerfield. Who We've lost a few years ago? I actually even went a to his funeral and it was one of the more funerals I've ever Attended and everybody got up and told Rodney stories and Roddy was a great guy to hang around with. He used to come in the IMPROV. All the time I sit around and the big roundtable improvisation on melrose and a whole court as we say because who as a comedian did not love Rodney Dangerfield I love this monologue and then of course roddy always comes over and sits with Johnny and then of course the model continues is but it's a panel so johnny would set up You Know Rodney on a couple of topics and if you listened closely you'll hear where he talks about How's your health and Rodney's he's not quite there yet so he takes? He takes a break. Because I'm not there yet so Johnny Oh oh okay. We'll get to that but it it for insiders that know the how the panel went. Johnny would have you know three or four topics to to ask Rodney and I guess health came who soon in the equation and of course my favorite and you got to hang in there until the end. My favorite bit is when Rodney has finished all his material there. He's got nothing and Johnny's not given anything so he just turns to the guest to his right and says So how's it going with you because it just floors Johnny that Rodney's out of material and he's already turned to the other guests. I enjoyed that. I hope you do too anyway. Here it is. Here's a another great episode of the Johnny Carson. Show podcast we've got Karnak and we've got Rodney so give give a listen. I know you're going to enjoy it. I'll see any other side and now ladies and gentleman Johnny Yeah thank you. I'll be I I enjoy. I'll be honest. I enjoyed the applause with amazing. How many people think the show is over.
Jon Batiste on Working With Stephen Colbert on 'The Late Show'
"Start with a pianist and composer Jon Batiste. He's the bandleader for the late. Show Oh with Stephen Colbert John. He and Colbert. I met in two thousand fourteen when Batiste was actually a guest on Stevens old comedy. Thirty central show the Colbert report. Thank you Mr Battiste for being here Yeah all right you are here right. I'm right are you alive on the planet right now. They can in there all right now New Orleans jazz musician your work cross musical boundaries you worked with the Prince Lenny. Kravitz Wynton Marsalis your featured in spike. Lee's Red Hook summer and the HBO Series Tra may was based in part on your family. Are you the one with the dragons is that your family is Honestly I wasn't familiar with Steven or the Colbert report. And he wasn't familiar with me on my music and we met and there was just a spark that was something deeper and We aligned on a lot of different things in terms of what he really loved about comedy and how it can really bring people together together we can speak to something that is is tied to our humanity. If people watched the show they might hear ten in twelve seconds of song. But if you're in the house you're hearing a whole performance of peace and you're doing what four or five songs every day for the show yes about five or six songs As the opening theme and closing thing which I composed and we played every night and then there the bumpers that happened between acts and we have to act comedy one being the monologue want being a desk comedy piece and then we have two guests typically night and then and maybe a music guest so between all those acts and also walking on each guest. We play Stevens really open to give me the opportunity to just do whatever it is that I WANNA do. So we'll play all types of music on the show from video game music to Beethoven to Classic Jazz to top forty thirty two drake. I mean it. It ranges gentleman. We have a special guest joining us tonight. He has the Blues Jazz Club. Jaw the vocal stylings of former ambassador. Marie you'll find a bit with. Our Ukraine policy has been thrown into disarray. I do not understand Mr Giuliani's motives for attacking. How could our system fail like this? It's very intimidating. Wait a minute. President trump just tweeted at you every jazz club. Marie Ivanovich goes to turns bad. The what a jerk. Whatever we really bring to the show come from our life experiences Johnny Carson said this and he said to Letterman? Who then told it to Stephen? which is you gonNA bring everything we know to a show like this and you do everything you know and jazz is something that I do? So this a way for us to speak to what's happening in the world in comedies with Steven does it comes together on the
"johnny carson" Discussed on The Johnny Carson Show
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"johnny carson" Discussed on The Johnny Carson Show
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"johnny carson" Discussed on The Johnny Carson Show
"Carson. Show podcast I'm your host comedian will Schreiner a frequent guest on tonight show so I had a little bit of insight into what went on over there where today's podcast from March thirty first nineteen eighty two Janis. Monologue includes a few fun ideas things about getting an obscene phone call. Which I'm sure many of you have gotten a few of us have made okay? Maybe once Johnny gets a little upset with people taking the monologue a little too seriously. Johnny Johnny also jokes about Burbank's restaurant row two guys from Calcutta. The famed restaurant row is of course on. Lana but johnny got a lot of mileage about making fun of the restaurants in Burbank. The guests on today's podcast or Joey Lawrence and my old friend. The late Joan rivers now Joan was a frequent guest on the tonight. Show Joan. Don't even hosted tonight show many many times and eventually went on to leave. Johnny go to Fox and do her own show which was the subject of a huge fallout route. Between Johnny and Joan. Joan slate show on Fox. Didn't last very long and I think it compromise their friendship. I've been very lucky as a comedian. I've worked with Joan rivers many sometimes we Co headlined up at CAESARS. Tahoe and I remember her saying You do forty five minutes and I'll do forty five minutes and I was thinking well Joan. You're making the big money. And and she said but I don't have to work as hard so I to me. John was such a sweet lady. She was a workaholic. She always looked at her calendar and if she saw open dates she was ready to fill them in I Love Joan. She was very gracious. Very generous. I've had many experiences once where I was on crutches coming into Kennedy Airport and she obviously obviously a car service and and she said. You don't need a ride do I. So we I. I wouldn't mind to ride because I've gotten these crutches and she said Okay I go you you can have a ride. I go because if he didn't give me ride Joan. I was going to tell everybody how you left me at the curb at Kennedy on crutches. So it's best that we we never let that happen anyway. Joan rivers. There's a wonderful guest a frequent guest frequent host and a great lady On Hollywood the Johnny Carson Show. This is Ed McMahon inviting you to join Johnny and his guests for a look back at some of television's funniest moments. Nobody's ladies the Journal. Uh Yeah Nice. I'm on judging from ovation. You have.
"johnny carson" Discussed on The Johnny Carson Show
"To the Johnny Carson. Show podcast I'm your host comedian will schreiner. I was lucky enough to be a frequent guest of Johnny Carson's so we're gonNA look back and enjoy some of the old shows that are making a very interesting and fun podcast. This show is from October thirteenth. Nineteen eighty-one one Janis monologue included talking. About how clear the skies were in California. You know living in California. I moved there in seventy five and you could not. Let's see the mountains in those days because of smog and so clear air clear skies became a good subject for Johnny and the monologue. Johnny also talks about having the same contractors Ronald Donald. Reagan Reagan's new plan of course was dispatching ex-presidents to different parts of the country. This has an interesting crossover because Johnny talks about Liz Taylor debuting on the daytime daytime soap opera general hospital well as a matter of fact. My twin brother kin was on general hospital. He's been on there for forty two years now but he was on there and he was returning earning he'd left to do another soap opera and he returns to catch the bouquet at Luke. And Laura's wedding where Liz Taylor is. I think the ice princess or something like that anyway. It was A. It's interesting that that reference would be in the show US having the connection the guests on the show. David Brenner does a stand up. Said David Brenner was one of the great observational donal Comedians. I knew David You know pretty well in passing. He was an avid sailor. He used to spend a lot of time in Florida where I am now George Carlin David Brenner were into the great observational comedians. who influenced so many of us from Jerry Seinfeld down people who said have you ever noticed? And that's what David was great at also on the show was Elizabeth Tash John The nut lady. Elizabeth Tajon is one of Johnny's favorite guests. He would bring on various nuts from her her museum and talk about them and Johnny would get tremendous. Johnny had tremendous report with her a they would get great laughs out of it. So that's our show today. Give it a listen From holly on the Johnny Carson. Show this is Ed McMahon inviting you to join Johnny Audie and his guests for a look. Back at some of television's funniest moments ladies and gentlemen the the thank thank. You couldn't couldn't get into the playoffs. A nice.
Golden Globe Nominations: Netflix Leads — In Both Movies And Television
"Golden globe nominations came out of this morning so that's going to error the seventy seven golden globes will air on January fifth the Beverly Hilton hotel with Ricky Jr vase is the host the seventy seventh annual golden globe awards it's always it's always a fun time because the actors everybody very very relaxed that might be one way to say it they're very relaxed well a lot of them appear to be have snapped in old sold now Matt Roush is on the line Matt good morning how are you pretty good how you doing good to have this chance to chat with you John Heinz in for Dave Lee here and golden globe nominations coming out here and and we're learning more and more about this a couple of my favorites made the cut including Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin for the Kaminski method which is just a I just I just that is a a marvelous marvelous shell yeah and they really do love it it didn't get quite as much love by the Emmys and all but yeah it did well for them last year at the golden globes I think Michael Douglas one and maybe Alan Arkin dead but aunts and sort of the show so that was good so good showing from them although I do think when it comes down to it what's probably going to win the big prizes this year because of the show this what the Emmys last year is Amazon's flea bag starring Phoebe Waller bridge and she's a real rising star in the show was so traffic is only six episodes for to see them then and still that so made a big impact and it's what the critics awards as well so yeah and then the marvelous with this Maisel as well the the Amazon show that the just dropped last weekend and and so people are Startin side are just now binging a probably but that one does very well at the awards to be yes and the the Kaminski method is a favorite of the golden globes and the golden globes do love shows that have sort of really starry cast on them like Michael Douglas coming back to television and that was a really big deal so another another show I think somebody beat some people might be surprised got a bunch of nominations is the morning show from the brand new streaming service apple but it's a very starry inside the baseball behind the scenes look at a morning show that has the Matt Lauer type scandal it was nominated for best drama and the two stars Jennifer Aniston Reese Witherspoon were both nominated and they're just big stars and and the globe I mean people like Jennifer Aniston just like tailor made for a globe nomination so even though that still got some X. reviews it's in the top tier of the drama series being nominated for the clubs the thing about that let me mention mark marvelous Mrs Maisel how many episodes do they drop when they drop for a season something they do to him this time they did eight episodes episode so and then when we look at this when we look forward to what's going on I'm curious to know this doesn't ever become like a precursor though for the Emmys doesn't because the Emmys are quite a ways away it's not as it's not as tied to the Emmys as it is seen as like an Oscar precursors of right look at this is like a bellwether for what's going to happen the Oscar nominations and what's really happening there is the fact that Netflix is has just released dominated the field in both television and movies with movies like the Irishman M. marriage story and even smaller films like you well actually with the but that Eddie Murphy movie dolomite is my name got a comedy nomination so did very well they got seventeen nominations in movies they also got seventeen nominations in in television with shows like the crown which just happened just dropped in amazing affect the third season a few weeks ago with a brand new cast including Olivia Colman as the queen Tobias Menzies as prince Philip and Helena Bonham Carter as the sister princess Margaret all three of those got globe nominations as well so they love that there is that a show that a lot of people milling would be familiar with called unbelievable it was a limited series true crime drama that's had a mirror weaver and Toni Collette played detectives and Kaelin beaver a young girl who was sexually assaulted and it dealt with this serial rapist is really just a great series but didn't get a lot of buzz because to get swallowed by all the Netflix stuff this would popped out and got four nominations which is as many of the crown and the most nominated TV mini series which was Chernobyl on HBO so again in a lot there's so much TV nowadays it's hard for anything to pop through well yes I heard you mention that more than once there is just an awful lot of television these days so that's pretty much the way it it what it comes down to to hear so what are you looking forward to see what's coming up what's new on the radar is there anything new on the radar well not a lot new but I will tell you one thing that is if you're watching TV this week in what if one of your habits of the watch wheel of fortune along with jeopardy that you're gonna notice the Pat Sajak is nowhere to be seen on the set of they're going into their big winner promotion they called the secret Santa give away and Vanna white is stepping in for Pat Sajak this the next week these episodes were filmed while he was recovering from a domino surgery and she's in a guest once before at least but but and then the many many years they've done the show but to have her doing the Pat Sajak they'll be startling for people if they didn't know this happened with those episodes airing this and next week and the Paley this budget Disney characters on the set as well because of the Disney promotion so I don't know what that means group is going to turn over letters or what it was in late night you know we were back in the days of Johnny Carson there used to be you know guest hosts were pretty much of a regular thing with the take a vacation they let celebrities coming together so the almost never see that anymore but for the next two weeks on James cordons sort of rambunctious late late show the show the comes on on CBS following call there he's got a guest host filling in while he goes in films with a Netflix movie and so we're gonna see Alicia keys and item later on you'll see Melissa McCarthy said and then Jeff Goldblum and and Harry styles field the rapper lots lots of the under some quite a few more so for the next two weeks are we different Gasol's every night on the on the James cordon show which is a really fun show a lot of people don't stay up that late to watch it but again I would like to see more of more of that like having people stepped in when when the when the when the host goes away so you don't want to repeat mode and just spread the wealth a little bit yeah one of one people are gonna that job all right well I'll tell you what Dave Lee will be back with you next Thursday I just get to fill in today and tomorrow he'll check back in with you next Thursday I mean next Monday it's Monday for goodness sake well it's a pleasure to talk to you John always yeah I was of a joint chatting with you Matt because you because you know the stuff and it's it's it's good thank you so much for the visit this morning my pleasure thanks again all right
'Send in the clowns': Joaquin Phoenix is a real wild man (and Oscar hopeful) in newest 'Joker' trailer
"This is the final trailer for joker starring Joaquin Phoenix yeah now I have I have some bad news the last time we'll be meeting listen the it is the same question how's your job are you having any negative thoughts talking to a psychiatrist in a world where everyone thinks they can do my job check out the when I was a little boy and told people I was going to be a comedian everyone laughed at me well no one's laughing now say that again does the Nero is like a Johnny Carson and this character lives Joaquin Phoenix is playing is as struggling comedians wants to be but he has a lot of mental health issues we're going to start to get reviews for this on Monday five this premieres in the Venice Film Festival this weekend so we don't we don't get until October fourth so we're gonna hear about it
Marlin Perkins Fowler, Johnny Carson And Connecticut discussed on Atlanta's Morning News
"Fowler of wild kingdom. Dies at home in Connecticut. Eighty nine Fowler spent decades getting up close and personal with wildlife. Sometimes too close to the delight of tonight show host Johnny Carson. The only guy that Marlin could find news dumb enough to do what he said to do Marlin the show host Marlin Perkins Fowler grew up on a farm in South Georgia. He later turned into a
Why are Late Night TV Hosts Avoiding the Northam Scandal?
"Comedian and sitcom writer, Michael office says it's rather interesting kind of sad in his opinion that none of the late night comedians have picked up on anything regarding the Democrats in some of the democratic scandals that we've been seeing in the last week Loftus joined Fox News, FOX and friends and says he believes most of the late night comedians. Eight seem to have the same person writing for them. And it's it's it's stunning. That of all these late night shows, everybody's attacking it from the same angle. I've never seen anything like this. Like if you go to a comedy club. And five comics have a joke about their dog. There's going to be five different jokes and five different angles. But it's still about your Dr. Well, yeah. But this is just like bashing Trump and just bashing completely. So I don't think it's about comedy. I don't think it's about entertainment. They know a huge portion of the country isn't watching and they don't care. I literally think they're trying to win hearts and minds next Loftus shares how he believes he knows the fixes in. When you have Nancy Pelosi sitting back there sucking on her tooth like a like the winning lottery numbers are to come pop out hold. None of these four giant cars like she just stole the menus from an outback steakhouse you like no one's gonna make five. No one's going to touch on it as far as world that Johnny Carson's are today. Lofta says they're not allowed to participate. They they don't want a funny voice on the right? And that's why like the deplorable show that I'm doing is really important. Like, we gotta support this endeavour. There's creative people and we don't have that outlet
Camille Grammer, Miley Cyrus, and Gerard Butler among celebrities who have lost homes to the wildfires
"One in northern California or in southern California. Anyway, you got several stars, including Miley Cyrus, and Gerald Butler and Camille grammer and rare Robin Thicke Neil young. They have all lost homes in the Wolsey fire that swept through Malibu and the surrounding Los Angeles and Ventura counties kept one I don't know where it is. But I kept on one used to when I hear Malibu, I originally think of Johnny Carson's old house and Tom Petty's old house. Probably still owned by the pennies. Other celebrities like Caitlyn
Burt Reynolds, Joe Joe and Oscar discussed on CBS Sports Radio
"Live Monday from six 'til ten on seventeen w o r. Good morning, everybody. Well, a Hollywood legend Burt Reynolds died at eighty two years old. They've got plenty of Burt Reynolds, snippets and clips and videos up on websites. Seven ten W O, R dot com slash Lennon. Michael I was like Burt Reynolds, Len when he was on the Johnny Carson show. He was grateful. I remember
Haiti: Travel Advisory Remains Level 4 - Do Not Travel
"The us state department has issued a strong travel advisory for haiti countries now on the do not travel list as there's growing unrest there as it is americans already in haiti are being warned to stay inside is violent demonstrations apparently you're breaking on the island nation some church groups there on missions by the way are stuck there at this point protestors have been demonstrating against a sharp rise in fuel prices ordered by the government the increase has since been suspended after protests turned deadly they're about one hundred and twenty americans were among those trapped in a hotel in the building the capital of portauprince after protesters tried to set it on fire and storm the building police were able to keep the demonstrators out of that hotel the us embassy told americans on the island to not attempt to travel a drive through road blocks and to avoid any large gathering so the us state department says it is not safe to travel to haiti before president trump announced his nomination for the next supreme court justice new york's governor was taking preemptive action to protect abortion rights in his state here's fox's jill nato democratic governor andrew cuomo signed an executive order to protect abortion and contraceptive coverage in new york he announced it soon before president trump announced to he wants to see head to the supreme court cuomo's predicting the president's going to use the high court to an legal abortions mark my words they are more willing to roll back roe v wade that is going to be the next move by this president cuomo issued his order saying it's to protect a woman's right to choose so that no insurance company can deny it and no federal agency can deny it president trump's been looking to end abortion since he was on the campaign trail chill nato fox news now eighteen after six o'clock joining us now from fox news is telling you jd power is because today is the deadline or it was for the trump administration to reunite separated immigrant children under five with their parents but it looks as though the cans been kicked down the road a little bit there my friend yeah the well you've got a government lawyer that said you know fifty four kids under the age of five would actually be able to join their parents by that deadline that's only about half of the ones that are are under that order you've got the you know all kinds of legal wrangling a federal judge yesterday rejected the government's efforts to actually keep the immigrant families in the long term facilities discharge basically said no on pretty much everything the government the doj brought and before her she said the government did not present new evidence that would support revising that court order that that actually limits the amount of time you can detain kids who cross the border illegally so had they set a new deadline yes they said a new deadline she ruled that the children can't be longer than twenty days doj disagrees with us okay johnny carson fox news.