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A highlight from The Mike and Mark Davis Daily Chat - 07/20/23
"Happy birthday, Kim. When I say being nice to her, I wanted to do this instead of one of the fingernails on a blackboard songs of my entire life, Betty Davis Eyes. Yikes. I don't know what it is about it. I just don't know what it is about it. It is kryptonite to me. Do you have a problem with Betty Davis? No. Do you ever see Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? I love Betty Davis. Martin Short. I heard Martin Short on a podcast talking to somebody, I think Conan, talking about how he was on Johnny Carson. And this kind of television will never happen again, where you have an evening of TV and somebody with the heft of Johnny Carson is talking to Betty Davis and then bringing in the hot fresh new talent that is Martin Short. And I think someone I don't know who had dared Martin Short, I'll give you $100, if you will do a Betty Davis impersonation to Betty Davis. And so he comes in and looks over at Betty. And this is so weird because the guests, when you're done as a guest, you don't leave. You just move down the couch, which is also a strange thing. Martin Short leans over and says, well, it's certainly a pleasure to meet you. And she has no idea. She says, well, it's wonderful to meet you as well. I mean, she has no idea that Martin Short is actually dead. And he starts doing some impressions and then Betty Davis leans over and says, well, could you do me? It's like, OK, just one of those late night stories of the time you'll never get again. Martin Short is, I believe, the funniest guy in the universe. So talented. He has a character named Jiminy Glick. And I swear he patterned, he's a closet Mike Gallagher Show listener because he patterned Jiminy Glick after me. Let me go through the list of comparisons. First of all, he never met a donut he didn't like. Jiminy Glick is married to like Dee Dee. And of course, I was married to Denise. He's got four sons, Matthew, Modine, Michael and they're all with like them. And of course, I have Micah, Matthew, Trevor and Brian. And he's an egotistical blowhard. So there's that, too. I think he absolutely patterned Jiminy Glick. But have you ever seen the Jiminy Glick interviews? I mean, he's this big fat. Yes, the prosthetics are just amazing. With the oversized glasses and he's shoving donuts in his mouth while he's interviewing all these stars. And it's I mean, he he had a one man show on Broadway once that that I saw that was just one of the best things I'd ever. He's a funny, funny guy. Real, real. All right. Well, speaking of gems. So yesterday we've got the IRS whistleblowers who proved over and over again that the entire Biden family is sorry, garbage. The same goes for rotten Merrick Garland and the corrupt Christopher Wray. And of course, do you realize that CNN, MSNBC, the mainstream media, they didn't touch it? They didn't touch the whistle mark testimony. Can you imagine? I thought they I thought the left like whistleblowers. They like some whistleblowers.
SNL Alum Victoria Jackson Speaks Out at Tennessee City Council Meeting
"Talking to Victoria Jackson who performed with Saturday Night Live for many years was on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson 20 times and today lives in the Nashville area and recently spoke out at a town council. So Victoria, you decided to say something that most people don't say anymore. They don't get into it. But the idea that God denounces homosexuality as aberrant behavior as a moral behavior doesn't denounce people, loves everybody, but it's interesting that you were willing to say that at this town council, because typically people avoid that issue, which used to be kind of a basic Christian value. And again, this is not about condemning people. We're supposed to have compassion on everybody because we all struggle with something, but you did you did say that at this town council and your short 62nd presentation. Yes, I'm tired of them making us bow down to what they believe and it's like, why are we so afraid and it's done about me? It's about God. What is God think? Who cares what my opinion is. But anyway, so I thought, okay, God hates it. He saw them in gamora. Which is still there. And it's a sulfur. Someone told me that brimstone sulfur, right? You need to read my book. Victory. I hate to tell my Friends to read my book. But if you don't have time to read it, just buy a copy, all right? Just at least by a couple. I do have a couch. So anyway, but yeah, but the point is that when we think of judgment, biblical judgment, sad, I'm going to get more is about as basic as it gets. That's
Professor Paul Kengor Talks Ronald Reagan and Johnny Carson
"Delighted to have with us from grove city college. The relatively new editor of the American spectator, professor Paul kango. Welcome back to America first. Hey, thanks, Seb, and that Reagan appearance on Johnny Carson. I would really commend that to people if they could track it down and watch the whole thing. It's very, very good. And it's pre presidential years. It's in the 1970s. And I don't know how many people know this. I mean, I know this because of my research on Reagan, but Johnny Carson was a Reagan supporter. In fact, yeah, I've seen a number of letters at the Reagan library between Carson and Reagan and in fact, one of them, Reagan is directly thanking Carson, Carson and his wife. I think her name was Joanne, maybe. Thanking them for a campaign contribution. So they had been, yeah, Carson was a Republican and a Reagan supporter. And so were a lot of his major guests via Bob Hope, for example, Bing Crosby, Jimmy Stewart. And in those days, Hollywood was, I'd say much more balanced, although actually I think it's probably more balanced today than people realize it's just that the conservatives there today are terrified to speak up because liberals today are so brutal that they will destroy you if you come out as a Republican.
Oscars 2023: How to watch the 95th Academy Awards today
"Since 1961, the red carpet at the Academy Awards is not red. It champagne colored. They're also will be a roof over it, not just in case of bad weather, but so that it looks like an evening event. While most of the country watched the Oscars at night, celebrities started arriving in Los Angeles at 3 p.m., Oscars host Jimmy Kimmel says he likes the look. I think the decision to go with a champagne carpet rather than a red carpet shows how confident we are that no blood will be shot. Speaking of Kimmel, this is his third time hosting the Oscars. He's only the 5th person to be a solo host at least three times, along with Bob Hope, Billy Crystal, Johnny Carson and Whoopi Goldberg, hope hosted or co hosted 19 times,
"johnny carson" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"PJ was for a very long time. The only cool conservative writer in America. His pieces for Rolling Stone and Harper's and a lot of other mainstream outlets featured his take on just how clueless the elite class and the liberal fools were. When I was a kid, I used to read his words whenever I got my hand on a National Lampoon's magazine. And even though I have the time, I didn't know what I was reading. I mean, after all, I was ten, 11, 12. But I knew I was reading something important and even naughty. 'cause reading PJ's words felt exactly like staying up late and watching Johnny Carson at the foot of my parents bed on a school night. And all I had to do was tell my father, but I grew up.
Mike Will Sing for Your Support to Turkey & Syria Earthquake Victims
"We have a new Johnny Carson boom microphone. And everybody seems to like it, and it's made for singing. What can I say? What should I sing? Give me a suggestion on what song I'll sing if that'll help me raise money to help the people of turkey and Syria. And yes, beat you Hewitt. His audience is already lapping us 52,000 to our 12,000. Come on. 50 bucks, a hundred bucks, whatever you can give, Mike online dot com, click on that, help turkey and Syria banner at the top of the page or just text just all you got to do is text Mike to 91 9 9 9. That's it. Text the keyword mic to 91 9 9 9. You'll get a link back to our donation page so you can make our gift. I am praying we have a big day. Some people don't like the fact that I'm praying that beating hue is part of the equation, but it's a nice bonus. I mean, maybe I should sing Austin my favorite texture and Clearwater says singing your prayer to beat Hewitt. What should I say? That'll tick this guy off on the voicemail. What would I say? Give me a suggestion for a song and I'll sing it if Eric can find the instrumental. You can text me your song.
Is Amy Schumer Still Stealing Jokes?
"Amy Schumer the other night was on watch what happens live, which I gotta tell you. It's just the way this society has turned. You know, it used to be Johnny Carson, now we gotta sit down with Andy Cohen and have fake fucking cocktails and talk gay about bullshit reality shows. That was, that's what gives you clout now. That's what makes people quote your interviews. It's so ridiculously homosexual. Sit down with me, have a cocktail with an umbrella in it, and we'll dish the dirt. It's so stupid. But here we are, 2022. So she's on watch what happens live. And a fan calls in and asks Amy Schumer, did you lift the joke that one liner that you said on the Oscars from a nearly identical post on Twitter from December of 2021? I mean, this is where we're going. Like I said, Twitter has become the title tale police. It's always been the title tale police. So somebody, look, I feel for Amy short. Maybe she lifted a joke. There's been talk about her doing that for years. But every single one of us is in the crosshairs of any asshole sitting in the basement with a laptop from going into our previous social media history for the last 15, 20 years, and finding a nugget that oh wow, this is really wow, this is no good. We can cancel this person. So on one hand, I don't like that this is happening. But on the other hand, I'm happy it's happening to Amy Schumer.
Eric Metaxas and Charlie Catch Up at the NRB Conference
"He's kicking and screaming from his radio program. He's going to be more popular than Johnny Carson on his new show. And he's also a bestselling author. And what a hundred different languages? Oh, at least. At least. Eric metaxas is reputation precedes him. And they say he's a funny guy. And the pretzels are making him thirsty. No one gets that reference. Thank you. Straight over there. Thank you. Not that there's anything wrong with it, Eric, God bless you. How are you doing? I am doing great. I just you cheer me up. That's the kind of person I am. When I'm around people that like you, I just get instantly cheered. You give me hope. I was excited when I heard you were coming on the program. So I really don't have much of an agenda. I mean, what's your story? I have nothing but agenda. Nothing but agenda. No, I don't have an agenda. We were at the NRB, which is itself like I have a love hate relationship with the NRB. It's national religious broadcasters convention, and it's kind of like, first of all, they always hold it where it is right now, which is to say the gay lord resort, blah, blah, blah, which is a terrarium for humans. And as somebody who lives in Manhattan, people say, how can you live in Manhattan? Because it's not like this. Because there's less plastic per square mile. You know, like it's just so bizarre. And people say, you go to Nashville, it's like, no, I'm going to the Gaylord, which is like a, it's like a habit trail. It's a monstrosity. For human beings. And you know, a lot of people like it. And I just want to be clear those people are wrong. But I bump into people here. What makes it fun is that there are so many friends and people here. And it's not as crowded as other conferences, which I actually like. Right. Cpac, so packed. Or conversation. This is actually, in some ways, it's delightful because I do get to mingle and bump into people. Well, like you, who, you know, so it's a lot of fun. My favorite thing, of course,
Roasts Are the Junkyard Dog of Comedy
"And from the standpoint of a comedian who goes to roast, which are the junkyard dog, you know, teeth, gnashing, fucking bloodsport, the roaster blood sports. You know, I go back to a roast many years ago. I mean, maybe some of you heard this, but Johnny Carson was roasting. I'm going to fuck this up. I forget who the roast was for. But Elizabeth Taylor was in the front row, I believe, and Carson said something like we were going to hold this roast, we were looking for a bigger venue for this roast, but Elizabeth Taylor's punch was taken. That's the way the roast began. You know, I don't have to remind you of Ted Danson and Whoopi Goldberg with Ted and blackface. I was at that roast. Linda Stacy and I were one of the two journalists to ever be allowed to attend a roast like that. And it was an honor. And to see Ted, you know, in blackface was startling. You knew it was wrong. His girlfriend Whoopi is right there, apparently Whoopi wrote the jokes from him. Whoopi said the blackface was fine. But the way it opened, where Ted's mom said, ten, I'm worried about you in this whoopee girl. What about, how do you feel about having kids with that? And he said, mom, relax, I'm only fucking her in the ass. I only bring these up to show you how crazy dirty roast are
Let's Dispel a Myth About Women Right Now...
"The amount of sex somebody has has nothing to do with how a woman's labia looks. Let's dispel this myth right now. I know it's not the time of day you want to talk about this, but it's an important issue. Okay? I've been with women in their 50s, actually, too, when I was much younger. And they had vaginas that were nice and neat. You wouldn't have known if you close your eyes. You weren't with somebody in their 30s. I'm telling you the truth. It's a beautiful, beautiful thing. It looked like the curtain of an opening night Broadway show. It opened up nice and easy and it was a beautiful show about to begin. No issue. And when I got first divorced at 31 years old, I was dating a girl was 29 or 28. And her vagina looked like The Tonight Show curtain. I'm sorry to be so I got to be exact about this. And I'm sure you girls, look, there's procedures to undergo that that can fix this sort of thing. But you know, I went down there and I felt like David Brennan trying to get out on stage on the Johnny Carson type show. You got to try to find where the curtain begins and you see someone's hands, you know, you remember when the guests used to try to come out on The Tonight Show, they couldn't find where the curtain opened. That could happen to a girl in her 20s. So it's something in a girl's genetic makeup. It has nothing to do with how many partners her husband she
RIP to Great Writer and Political Satirist P.J. O'Rourke
"The person who died didn't faint, you know, it wasn't as sudden sickness after a COVID vaccination and it certainly wasn't a suicide or a hot dose of fentanyl. No. The great PJ o'rourke died of natural causes. Remember natural causes when no one ever thought to think otherwise, yeah. It wasn't a long, drawn out affair, PJ left us after a short illness, and we are all poorer for it. If you don't know PJ o'rourke was, let me give you a quick idea. PJ was for a very long time. The only cool conservative writer in America. His pieces for Rolling Stone and Harper's and a lot of other mainstream outlets featured his take on just how clueless the elite class and the liberal fools were. When I was a kid, I used to read his words whenever I got my hand on a National Lampoon's magazine. And even though I have the time, I didn't know what I was reading. I mean, after all, I was ten, 11, 12. But I knew I was reading something important and even naughty. 'cause reading PJ's words felt exactly like staying up late and watching Johnny Carson at the foot of my parents bed on a school night. And all I had to do was tell my father, but I grew up. I want to have a show like my Douglas and Johnny Carson. And then he always allowed me to watch The Tonight Show. In fact, there were nights you'd come in my room and say, hey, AJ, try to stay awake. Johnny Carson has Jonathan Winters on tonight. He's so funny. And then I crawl into the bed, lie down and watch TV at the foot of their bed. And both parents are smoking. I'm not gonna get windows of clothes, both parents smoking, you know, it's like, all different fucking world. And it was so many moments that went over my head while watching The Tonight Show, but I knew they were important and funny and cutting edge and probably pissing somebody off because of the way my father left.
"johnny carson" Discussed on Leadership and Success with Coach BZ
"There's one thing that I think would be really constructive. I started a new program this year. It's called ask me anything. And the goal is to answer any question that people have about any subject as long as there's ethical legal and moral. If I don't know the answer, I will find somebody who has the answer. But having worked in security education and certification training, the one of the greatest barriers to entry is just knowledge. And so I figure if I just give knowledge away and I answer people's questions and I set them up for success, then it's going to be a great contribution to the world and I will benefit from that contribution because smarter people working in this profession and smarter people doing just other things is going to add a lot of value. I'm never going to be a reverse malware analysis. I'm never going to be a technical security person, but if I can help the next generation of technical security people get into the profession because I was willing to spend 5 or ten or 15 minutes to answer their question, I think that's a win and everybody benefits. If people want to engage the easiest way is to send an email, the email can go to, I gotta pull up the address because I don't have it memorized. The email can go to anything at class LLC dot com. I'll post some of the answers online, reply to the person directly, starting in February once a month. I'll actually kind of walk through the items like Johnny Carson used to do is top ten and we'll just make sure that people are as well educated and informed as possible. And as simple as sending any email to anything at class LOC dot com, the only criteria has got to be ethical legal and moral. I'm not dealing with foolishness or debauchery..
God Bless Joe Rogan
"And God bless Joe Rogan and, you know, I'm not going to make this a political show, but he had a doctor Malone on. And I mean, this is the guy. You need to listen to. I told you about his show last week with another doctor on Rogan's show. And you know, say what you want about Rogan, he makes fun of himself and calls himself a knucklehead, whatever the hell he has people on his show that are talking about things that affect us so directly. It's popular as Johnny Carson was or Jay Leno or David Letterman, nobody has the power that Joe Rogan has. Because everybody wants to go on his show. And when he has people like doctor Malone, say the things they say about this vaccination. And about this virus, it's eye opening an alarming,
"johnny carson" Discussed on Leadership and Success with Coach BZ
"So the real skill sets, I believe are still the propensity to learn creativity. Some kind of mindfulness carrying patients to work with others. And just that passion to drive. And though you can't teach those things, you can only enable them by fine helping people find those things. So I don't know enough about honestly American education system to really have an opinion on it. I think there's probably better ways I would know how to solve that for sure. But it's got to be more dynamic for sure. Learning how to solve problems that are rapidly changing needs to be part of a curriculum for sure. But yeah. We can go down a whole rabbit hole of current workforce and show a majority. I don't want to generalize everybody, but they're passionate to work. This is your show, so I would love you on the path we see it in the military reserve and your frustration, probably a time in 20 somethings there. But I think I probably could use updated as anything. If we're still printing textbooks or learning how to textbooks, unless it's history, they probably should be online. And so yeah, long winded answers say I really don't know except. You need to be eating to be creative flexible and you better be able to adapt very quickly. And it looks like by the time the book is printed, it's pretty much already obsolete. In many ways. But anyway, so another question I have for you is, if you could choose three people, they don't have to be a lot even people from east history is fine, but free people you want to have dinner with. You choose and why? Probably should have prepared this answer. I mean, I don't want to go down the religious path, but how do you not take some of those so far figures of only that one off? I don't do polarizing topics. Unless I'm talking about magnets, of course, and that's an attractive conversation. I would love to have met Einstein. I think that would have been a humorous interesting piece. If I could stay a little bit more modern, I would think I would have loved to met. I think a bit of fun to be like a Johnny Carson a humor. So in the hubris of life, did a television show forever..
'Capote's Women' Author Laurence Leamer Writes About People Who 'Live on the Edge'
"I just discovered that there's a new book out called capote's women, it is by Lawrence lemur, the subtitle is a two story of love betrayal and a swan song for an era. It's a beautiful book, and I'm looking forward to talking about it with its author. Lawrence leamer, welcome to the program. Eric, thanks so much for having me. While it's a joy, I have written three pretty long biographies myself and I appreciate the genre. And I think that there's something you can do in a biography that you can't do in any other book. You can bring a period of time alive. It's an extraordinary thing. The time in which Truman Capote lived the 60s in New York, we can't even begin to really imagine what world he lived in. But I actually, you've begun and you've put it in a book. You've written many books on many other fabulous people, most of them taller than Truman Capote, which is saying nothing. You've written about the kennedys. You've written about Johnny Carson. What led you? I know you were a journalist. What led you before we get into this specific book into writing these kinds of books about these celebrated figures? Look, alas, I only have one life to lead. In writing these books, I enter other people's lives. But they've got to be somebody fascinating. They've got to be people who live at the edge. You take chances. That's what I want. With a China car or whether it's the kennedys or JFK or that generation or whoever or Donald Trump for that matter, people live at the edge.
"johnny carson" Discussed on The View
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"johnny carson" Discussed on Live From Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Comedy Show
"Well if you're a woman you need shoes definitely check out gary's side note. My wife just bought a pair. She loves them. She loves him. Who said gary customer service is not top notch but the price was right. All right. well you know. I think it's time for me to share the interview. I did with rich shiner with you. Are you ready for this legendary comedian. He's got so many stories. I am so excited to share this chat with you. Enjoy our ladies and gentlemen excited introduce you to my next guest comedian and author rich. Ner loeser ragged. Jeff thank you very much. Not many people get my name correctly. You got by name right off the bat. I shot right off. The bat would speaking of which. I was watching a clip of you on johnny carson. And he kind of made some comment and then you came out and kind of made will look like an off. The cuff choke. Did he get your name wrong. The entire episode. Yeah yeah yeah. I should have changed my name when i first started but i never did. I had names. When i first started out on stage elvis degroot. I went onstage. His bud lunch and then i just i use my real name. Never should have done a jackie. Marley used to call me itchy schneider which i should on his itchy schneider. I liked that with rich. Ignorant always got messed up. Always okay so see. Okay so you know jackie. He's a great dude. I interviewed him twice. So johnny carson guy your name wrong you walk out you kinda went bridge whatever. Was it off the cuff. Yes sure absolutely will. The reason i'm asking is 'cause they they like to kinda clock in there. Don't they everything. I've ever heard like they would. They want to know exactly what you're going to say all know that sets were locked in what i was gonna say. I got trouble my second one. Because i changed the ending my set like an hour before but i got big trouble with that but they do they lock you in. What you gonna say was locked in these comics at my level. And then you're you're going to empanel was all setup to very cool so now back to jackie. The joke man. jackie first time. Jackie a the showcase clubs pay very much money at no money at all really and these started opened up in new jersey. There were fifty five dollars and my rent was one hundred. Fifteen down to lower east side manhattan. So these were payday. Gigs they were big. Gigs is always in. Stand up comedy. If you have reliable transportation you'll work. Jackie had a car that log island. They the booker says. Look at the improv..
"johnny carson" Discussed on The Dork Forest
"I think I saw an interview with him on the Dick Cavett Show. Okay, cause like, I've seen him and he's been on Johnny Carson, right? Like I think when I was growing up, I saw him on a lot of talk shows her, you know, sort of like Conan or felon or whatever and not and he would play, but he would also do panel and.
"johnny carson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"And now a moment with Johnny Carson. A losing streak, a losing streak. Describe a man running naked after chugging prune juice. This has been a moment with Johnny Carson. I knew that streak was going to be something just found Bold, isn't it? Kind of it is. Yeah. For Johnny Back, then. Absolutely. But then again, you know some of some of the clips from like the, uh, the newlywed game in the sixties and seventies. They're way more their way perverted. I mean there. Oh, wow. Yeah, I mean, really inappropriate. Um, like right now, in our pearl clutching days, people would just lose. You know what? What did they say? But back then, you know, other than saying Whoopee. That was remember you couldn't say sex or anything. It had to be that they would go in all different directions with all kinds of other stuff. But yeah, watching some of those old roof well, and Colin I'm sorry. My mother in law watches a lot of buzzer up at the cabin because we don't have cable affair and she talks about the match game and the stuff that Gene Rayburn says. I mean, just highly inappropriate, like really, And I'm look, I try not to be overly sensitive about this stuff is aware, but How sexist and the way he has perverted with female contestants. It's almost uncomfortable, like really uncomfortable. I mean, it's almost you wouldn't be surprised if he just grabbed their boobs and went come in Rangoon, or, you know, Yes, soup, You know totally. It's that close to Yeah, to being what would you laugh? Can't review And he just Oh, yeah. What can he just was that bad? What do you know? Well, we gotta move up here. I think I have a couple examples of just ones that were like What? Here. I think this is one of us Something that comes in sevens. Oh, no, that's not right, gentlemen. Spanish word or phrase. Will your wife say best describes her bust? Jimmy Nara?.
"johnny carson" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"So why why in your opinion is the current field dominated by people from your era. Well i think that's exactly nail. Because they came up at the exact same time when it was to get work so they had to work harder. The right more. There'd be a better than everybody else in order to get where they are today and i think it does it takes experience. It takes time to develop that. And if you started young like i did. I started probably too young. I didn't have any life experience. I had really nothing really talk about. I under out of stage experience. And and that helped me along to eventually having my writing catch up to to my level because i was eventually lived the life and did some things in the real world that That was beyond high school. You know Or college life. But i think that's the whole thing is that you know by doing the reps onstage over and over and over going to do it all the clubs. That's when you really really good. And i think a lot of these newer comics. Yeah they might have a good five minutes and they might even be able to get a five minute for tv but like you watch some of these Talent shows and stuff like that you know some of those comics you know you know how. How are they gonna be up for an hour. I don't you know it really depends. I think really good ones are the ones that you know. Work the road and water to get to where they are today. I think just takes experience. Yeah tell me about joan rivers. I'm fascinated by a hard because my mom was a huge fan of hers and as far back as an sixties. I remember when Having be stay up late to watch her because he will just funny thing and then she became like Pseudo fill in host for johnny carson. And then of course they kind of they had that thing with johnny carson torchy's. He said she stabbed him in the back. She was made an offer by fox and try to meet with him. When you first started opening up she was still doing..
"johnny carson" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Was a scene from 1980 film seems like old times during Chevy Chase, Goldie Hawn and Charles Groden, who died this week at age of 86 Did you see Seems like old times, Tom. No, that's outside of my wheel. That's that, is it? You know, it's very It's an unsung comedy, like watch it when you can. And you know the music, and some of the other stuff is a little dated, but brilliantly funny, I would say. You also probably know Charles going from same time next year, he was on Broadway movies like The Heartbreak Kid Midnight Run. That was another favorite huge. That's a remote dropper, if you if that's on TV just put down the remote, you watch whatever is left DeNiro. Yeah. Dennis Farina, Chicago cop Former Chicago cop has freed in there. And that was, you know, Dinero wasn't doing big comedies You know, at that time, so this was a big deal to have him on the other side of this a little bit. Yeah. And who else to bring Robert DeNiro into the world of comedy than Charles Grodin, Curmudgeon curmudgeon much and it's a good description. I was in Beethoven. He also his own talk show for a time the Charles grown shows on CNBC in the nineties. Honestly, one of the most enjoyable I'd like. I love that show because he had really interesting guests, and he asked questions. That weren't your typical Questions like no one likes being. You know, he was an offbeat guy. Um, you know, he also made 36 appearances on the Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson. And more than 40 on David Letterman's NBC and CBS shows combined, and he was always, you know, coming up against him. I mean, it was he was curmudgeonly, but He played it so well that people thought He was serious about this. And Johnny and David Letterman played it the exact same way you thought there was a few. Do you thought there was an argument? You thought there was a fight between him and that's the best part of any great comedic actor is the cell If they cannot sell you on what they're doing, I don't care if the character is The straight man not moving his face, not saying anything. Not reacting, or the total wacko like a Jim Carrey. I don't care who you are. He was able to sell you that he was an angry old man. When in reality, he was probably the nicest guy like I don't know. But no, that's what I've heard as well. And you know, before all that he made guest appearances on the Virginian, Shane, there's a bunch of 60 shows that I don't even remember. He was in Hey, was an obstetrician in the 1968 overhit Rosemary's baby. Oh, yeah. You gotta go back and look at that he's in that might have to pause a few times in 1976. He played a unlikable oilman good roles for him in the remake of King Kong. You know, that was done in the eighties. Jeff Bridges, right? Yeah. He was a writer. Number of plays in books. He run a writing Emmy for 1977 Paul Simon. Television special sharing it with Mr Simon and some other writers, But that's so Pretty cool. So we mentioned that he made all these talk show appearances and he was always curmudgeonly didn't hide it. And Carson Letterman always challenged him. To play along on these shows. So by the way, the Tonight show starring Johnny Carson, There's you Know, weeknights at nine Central into the TV. Here's some typical banter that I found that I pulled between Charles Groden and Carson himself. We got to clear something up, you see, and you're starting again tonight. We talk every time you're on the show we against we get mail. Don't say tons of made his eyeliner. But.
"johnny carson" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"Of knowing at the time. But with the exception of a very brief Appearance on David Letterman Show, maybe about a year later. Where he didn't speak at all. He just He just came in, sat behind the desk and left. Two of you came into a standing standing ovation. And then left to a standing ovation. We would never see Johnny Carson on television again. Except for that one brief moment on Letterman show that was It was that he never did find that thing that he wanted to do again. And that was it after 30 years Now, if you I bring this up because If you have if you have a streaming player Really recommended I This is not. This is not a a paid plug. This is just something that I Use and watch on on a pretty Daily basis. And that is the Pluto's TV app. You got this? You get it for your phone to work on a smart device or phone or whatever, but I've got a row coup box and I use it there. LeWitt's good if you love retro TV. And If you love Cem. I mean, they've got a little bit everything on there. They got a whole lot of movies. I gotta James Bond channel, where they run James Bond movies all the time and some interesting movies some of its on demand, but some of it's live. Or, you know Shone like a regular almost like a cable. System. What And one of the channels they have on there. Is It's just labeled Johnny Carson. And it's ah, whole bunch of the old Tonight shows. Constantly going, 24 7. And especially for those of you in this audience. That are conservative. That feel completely alienated by late night TV now It is. It's fun to go back and revisit. Some of these tonight shows because there's just a wide variety of stars stars that are still with us proof, of course, aged over the past 30 plus years See how young they were then and just beginning their careers mean any everybody you think of Jerry Seinfeld, Eddie Murphy, Ray Romano, you know, doing stand up comedy old George Carlin stand up comedy bits and the star. I mean, And they run shows old Johnny Carson shows from the sixties where it was like Jack Benny and Bob Hope and Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra and Joey Bishop showing up in those guys through the seventies and then into the eighties and early nineties as well. And It's It's coincidental that here I am on May 22nd 2021 talking about this just happen to be the anniversary of it. But With How much late night has just turned into a mean girls Political fest? Johnny Carson used to poke fun at politicians. But he was at least equal opportunity. Reagan was his big of a buffoon. As Carter was his big of a buffoon as Ford as big of a buffoon is Nixon is bigger buffoon as George H. W. Bush, who was in office when Johnny Carson wrapped up his show or any of the Associated Administration officials or any others. It was very, very What they would call broad right broad in scope. Because the idea was to get the biggest audience possible. And Johnny by far had the biggest audience you could get. Some of that is due to the time he was on there was, you know, the Big Three networks are Big four by the time that he left, and Table was coming on. But it certainly wasn't what it is now where you have all these new Shows that pop up on cable cable was basically a refuge for reruns and old movies. We liked it at the time, but it would that that's what it was. You didn't have original Serie is too much unless you want to the page program. You know, the page show are the pay channels like HBO and Showtime and Even they were rerun movies most of the time. So a different media landscape, But Johnny Carson was pulling in tens of millions of viewers every night. Current shows a barely lucky and they're lucky if they get too Usually floating around a million and a half. And part of that's got to be due to the fact that they actively just Picked off half their audience every night. Oh, you believe that you're stupid. You're completely stupid. How could be so stupid? How could you support Orange Man? Bad? How could you support that guy? Who? That But Oh, but this politician over here we love you. We love you. The naked partisanship of it. It's across the major networks. What do you mean? Fallon held out for probably the longest, But Kimmel and Colbert Colbert has been Who he is for years, and he's actually on the top of the top of the heap right now. As far as late night ratings go with a little under two million average. Audience per night. Then you have Kimmel and Fallon that kind of Duke it out for 2nd and 3rd place. Which I'm sure is it making NBC happy because they were. They ruled the roost for years and years and years, even when Jay Leno took over and everybody if you are alive back, then remembers the battle between Letterman and Leno to get that time slot to get that show. Well. The audience has fallen precipitously since J left. Twice to be honest once in 2009 again in 2014, but it's fallen off from there, too. Is J was in and Linda was a very broad comedian as well and kept that tonight show tradition going for the most part. Now it's just naked partisanship. So if you want to kind of see how late night TV was or remember, or just kind of get into that comfortable slipper of God, this was good and it was classy, and it was fantastic. And I sound I know I sound like old man yelling at clouds right now. I realize that If you get the plutonium app, you can watch Johnny Carson stuff 24 7, or at least or turn it on at night when the rest of the regular TV has got you Got.
"johnny carson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Do you know The price of meat is so high that Oscar Mayer Oscar Mayer just had his wiener appraised. This'll has been a moment with Johnny Carson. All right, play that because it's relevant right now. Chicken prices, girl chicken prices are very high. No relevant. Yeah, Yeah. Jason and Alexis in the morning of my talk one of 71 of J selects and Dawn Kenny is taking the day off. OK, Lexx once this hashtag thing what is it? I couldn't wait to tell you guys about this, okay? So I G. A is independent Grocers Alliance and in Australia. There's that they're like they are all the grocery stores are owned by I g A. So keep that in mind and then let's head to Australia to Yes, Australia. Why a S s So it's kind of a fun name. Say I am from Yes. Australia. Yeah, definitely named by a gay just with that. That time was definitely names by my people. It's a destination for the gays. Yes, yeah. Oh, well, I saw this hash tag from why I G A yes Which is yeah, but the specific grocery store in this small town in Australia They basically the P ece is think before you hashtag because they've had to cancel a giveaway. They were giving away a giant block of Cadbury chocolate. Okay, Awesome. Right? Okay. And so they were promoting it, and then they use the hash tag. I G a Y A S s. So there's idea for the grocery store. And then why a S s when you first see it. It looks like I gay ass. Which is my hashtag for the weekends. Oh,.
The Host: The Story of Late Night TV
"Night feed island. When i was really young. I began by listening to late night. Shows from bedroom down the hole in my house in brooklyn. My dad would be up late watching and laughing. I can still hear that laughter. Dad was a big fan of steve allen. Who started the whole thing on. Nbc's tonight show in the nineteen fifties. Steve allen has had a huge influence on all the late night hosts who followed especially with the wild stunts used to try like diving into a tub jello. Continued doing stuff like that david. Letterman once famously jumped against a wall wearing a velcro suit. Dad got a lot of laughs. Out of things like alan covering himself in teabags and jumping into a pool then he got a different kind of laugh from the next tonight host. Jack parr who conversation and wit in hollywood one day. You're putting your footprints in cement. The next day nixing it and then came the king. When i was very very young might first memories are watching johnny carson. That's the voice of one of tv's latest and freshest late night hosts amber ruffin and him. Having the coolest delivery i've ever seen a year in which america spent two hundred billion dollars on defense and that was just for condoms that coolness unmatched
"johnny carson" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Welcome back everybody. It's time once again for closing. The wealth gap the one show. Maybe the only show that shows you how to close the wealth gap in your own life with the man who's done for many are well coach himself tyrone french. Hey tyrone welcome welcome. Welcome everybody to this edition of closing the wealth gap. I'm tyrone french. And i'm here with my. I guess i can call him a psychic. I'm ed mcmahon and johnny carson. I'm dating myself. I fall. Roberts.
"johnny carson" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Would be like putting Hunter Biden on the board of directors of some Ukrainian Petroleum of weight. We already know what happened that time. She's working real hard to get the student loan debt canceled because she feels guilty because she's responsible for so much of it and Certainly in Middlesex County, Massachusetts. In my hand. I hold the last envelope. Well, I think this one might be related to the Super Bowl. Kansas name Howie Carr's favorite thing to collect and what Charlie Baker is and that ass Hey! Oh, Not as good as the ones last week, but keep keep him common. I miss Carnac, the magnificent No conscious had an interesting column today about how the Late night talk show host or even more adrift, comically than they have been in the past because they don't have trump Trump was the only thing they had to kick around Now. They don't dare say anything about Joe Biden or the Democrats less they get shunned and canceled and destroyed. And did you don't on an average night? Back in the seventies eighties nineties. Johnny Carson had nine million viewers. His last week he averaged 19 million viewers. Oh, of the talk show hosts together. Don't come near nine million. I don't they come Come up to two thirds. I don't They come to six million, all of them together. And Johnny Carson got nine million tonight and it's mostly time a lot of the time he was going up against other people like Dick Cavett, Merv Griffin. Hey, you want to have the best halftime show ever have a Trump rally? Yeah. First I knew all the acts the world the Super the world, the Super Bowl halftime show. Then. Hadn't really cared about him or hadn't really heard him perform, but I'd read about him. Now it's gotten to the point where I never even heard or read about him. Like weekend. With No. Second D. That was your last trump line message. Thank you for calling Howie Carr. You chump. That's it For the Trump.
"johnny carson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Careful. If you're listening to us on the roads. Please take that extra go down a few. My view mph is just a few mph is and you'll you'll get there. Your boss won't care. You'll be safe Can he can he won't make fun of you for spending out. I mean, that's really you don't want that. You don't want to be highlighted in a kiddie traffic report. Nobody wants that. So please be very careful. There it is. Thursday. That means we're gonna go down the rabbit hole. As I said, I have been saying lately. We're trying to keep things fresh and bringing on new things and one of the things we're gonna do. Is to try to utilize all of the useless knowledge in my head. I can't tell you exactly where Greece is on a map, But I concertante tell you how many episodes Dallas lasted or what? Johnny Carson was thinking on his last night. I can also tell you what NBC did in the development of Cheers. So every week we're gonna go down the rabbit hole and kind of go deep. Into little elements of pop culture history. And today, I thought this would be fun because it is. Oprah's birthday was her birthday just a couple years ago a couple days ago. And I thought we would talk about probably other than the wagon episode of Fat. The wagon the fat Wagon episode. This has to be the most famous episode of The Oprah Winfrey Show. And that is her car giveaway in 2004. This was she gave away Pontiac G six is And what happened before the show. And then after, I think, is just a fascinating as watching it unfold. I will tell you I was in the Fox nine news room when news got out. What was happening because this was the season premiere for her 19th season, and, uh, you know, there were rumors that she was going to do something big. But Harpo kept it under wraps until the episode aired in Chicago, because what you need to realize is Chicago rolled The Oprah Winfrey Show. First they herded at 9 A.m.. So once it aired at 9 A.m.. In Chicago new spread quickly that Oprah had made television history because it is, I think it remains. It was the biggest giveaway ever, um, for daytime television, and I'm pretty sure that remains. But what happened was if you're wondering how how this kind of came to be at all actually started with Gail started with Gayle King Oprah had been doing Oprah's favorite things for a few years. And Ah, it was a success. I mean, Oprah's favorite things at this point was giant and every company wanted their crap on Oprah's list because they're minute because the minute it Woz that company's fortunes would change instantly. Well, Gail was standing at an airport getting ready to board and a General motors because Kenny Pontiac was under GM. Right, my friend. It was a GM brand. Yes, Yes, yeah. GM executive was behind Gail, and at this point, GM was really trying, spawning AC was struggling. The brand was struggling. And they were trying to find a way to kind of rev up the the publicity's for their Pontiac line. And the executive tapped Gail and said, Hey, I'm a executive with GM. I don't mean to bother you, but we've been trying to get ahold of Oprah. We want her to give away. Our new Pontiac G six is And we haven't received any news back and Gail's like, Oh, my goodness. So she called Oprah. She said. They Pontiac wants you to give away. They want to give you these G sixes and Oprah initially turned them down. I said no, and that's probably what a lot of people don't realize this died quickly on because Oprah said the whole point of favorite things is they're her favorite things. And she doesn't own a G six. And she doesn't know about aji sick so she didn't want to ruin the whole intention. So the producer but this so the producers will like what? You don't want to give away these. You don't want to give away these these cars and she was no. I would like to But you need to figure out producers away to give it away. That's not a favorite thing because it's not a favorite thing, Oprah said. You got to figure out like, why are we doing this or has to be good behind it? Well, the producers came back to Oprah and said What if we solicited over the summer for people that really are in need of a car, like have them tell us that their story? Why are they in dire need of a car? And then we'll pick will fill the audience for the season premiere with those people and keep it a surprise. That's crafty. So the producers put on Oprah dot com. Hey, are you struggling? Are you know? Have you never had a new car and you really want one? Tell us your story dot it, Aditya So Oprah did the season premiere in the audience had no idea that everybody sitting with them In that late August, audience in 2004, everyone, no one realized that everybody was the same. They always there was an audience filled with people that needed cars. So then Oprah further tricked them by initially just picking like seven people in the beginning to give them cars because they were teachers. So the audience thought, Oh, this is great all by itself. Well, as you know, that's not exactly, uh, that's not exactly where it stopped. So then she goes. Hello, audience. I have good news for you. I have one more key. And one more of you will win this car. And then at that moment, she had her assistance. Bring a wrapped box to everybody sitting in the audience, and then this happened. Do not open Now. Here's the deal. Listen carefully inside. One of these boxes is a key. Do not open it yet. If your box Has a key. You will be the last person today to get one of those cute little Jews. Sixes..
"johnny carson" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission
"What are you working on to be happier? More exercise isn't trying. A new recipe is watching some comedy in the evening. Let his personal what your goals are and then check in with them and they're gonna take Kevin. Did you do that to share your happiness strategies with everyone, you know? And asked them for theirs. It's like the games, telephone. You're gonna learn from them. They're going to learn from you. So maybe Kevin, you're gonna share a great movie that you watch that was uplifting Recipe of book quotations that you're reading. Maybe it's an online exercise video. Whatever it is Always look to play like this game of telephone and share with other people. What's working for you? Now with my life than what I what I've been doing that I find really works for me. I try and stop checking the news at 10 o'clock and I start watching we once a think like I found out of nowhere. I started watching Johnny Carson. So we're one of the Johnny Carson show or carpool. Carrie. Okay with James Corden is funny. You. I don't know if you've seen it, but you were always works. You know, it is a great thing. Yes, Never sweet. Clarify your values be really clear on what your family values are, because if your foundation is solid You're going to be able to weather the storm a lot better. So write it down. Posted everywhere in the house. What? Your key values. And what are you What are not your values so The things that are would be things like family, spirituality, creativity, integrity, kindness. What wouldn't be a family value would be arrogant power plays always having to be right. So put them pop and that will guide both you and your family. Another thing to do. Set aside worry time. You could do this, even with it with a middle school child or teenager. Figure out of. Maybe it's a half hour day. It could be early in the morning, and that's when you can all sit around and worry you can you can. You can think of all the problems in the world and everything that's bothering you. You know when things that might happen, But after that half hour has passed. And it's over for the day when you want to ask yourself. Is there a way I could make my present situation better Or these problems? Salva boots probable in some way. If you're going to look at everything in a much more hopeful way after that, half hour or hour of worry So figure out. It's usually better done in the morning as opposed to before you go to sleep, all right?.
How Desi Invented Television
"Does he says was born in santiago cuba rich powerful family. He loves to joke about it on old talk shows here. He is on the tonight show with johnny carson. My father was the mayor of my hometown. My uncle was chief of police. We had that town prewar really. My great grandfather was appointed mayor of my hometown by queen. Isabella way gone. I'm sure is that always makes you laugh. But there was a revolution not the castro one the one before that and the arneses fled to miami. Miami in the thirties is growing hugely and a young desi tries his hand at theatre and music and movies. Eventually he becomes a popular bandleader as well. This is the preview of a new ban. And we're confident that in a very short time you'll be hearing a lot more about desi arnez and his orchestra not just hearing about them dancing to them. Desi arnez started the craze of the congo line. Boop boop boop of robert. This is a scene from the movie called. Too many girls in the ad for it literally goes to many girls film on the arcadio sound lot in nineteen forty and in this same a young gorgeous desi arnez is leading a line of dancers to the congo. Now robert i do not wanna overestimate how crazy nuts. This scene is. It looks like i dunno. Imagine a halftime super bowl. Dance number with congas fire jugglers trapeze artists studying. There's no such thing as too many congolese. now now. this is just the movie version. In our memoir. He talks about how he would be playing a gig and how a conga line with breakout out and go through eight or nine different clubs in south beach with a line stretching for blocks and blocks the movie too. Many girls is notable for another fact. A co starred this up and coming red-headed comedian lucille ball. Desi by the way didn't get the girl in the picture he's as the eye candy. Lucy ends up with somebody else but on the set of the movie but two of them hooked up fell in love and would eventually marry. They set their sights on a way to spend more time together. That's two people in love. Did they wanted to do. And this was pretty new at the time a television show. Now i wanna take a moment to tell you what. Tv was like before. I love lucy. It was pretty close to people being just a cardboard box with a cutout they do little plays facing one camera and at the time most television shows were live and broadcasts from new york so tv was sort of like radio but with pictures and just as ephemeral they had this technology called kinase co which was a way of sort of recording a video screen and it looked terrible. Grainy and most importantly it didn't last they used to record the shows alive in new york and then replay them via kim scope three hours later in california could barely see it on tiny. Tv sets and then it would disappear but doesn't really wanted to capture the magic from the movies they had done. They wanted to make tv shows as good as a hollywood movie and they didn't wanna move to new york but i they had to convince the t. v. executives. This is not going to surprise you but there were no interracial couples on tv. In the nineteen fifties. Lucille ball had a popular radio. Show with a white actor playing her husband and as deputy tells it the tv execs. Were like wait. A minute why you do a tv show with lucy and that guy. The husband and the radio show was richer then was a tall blonde brew. I vice president of a bank or sometimes you'll be able to get away with that part you know. Say who the hell is going to believe this Baba loo pharaohs. yeah cheap. it american girl you know. Yeah he ain't. Bob lou fellow and she certainly is not a typical american girl so dizzying lucy decide. Hey let's go out and prove it. So they went on tour across the united states remembered as e is a bandleader. And so at the end of the shows lucy would come out and do little skits dot com now in this famous scene. Lucie is dressed as a showgirl and she's singing so every time she goes boom sticky. Boom she swivels her hips and every time she does disease hat falls off. I laugh every single time and across the country people love the real crazy chemistry between two of them proves to the television executives and the network sponsors that yes
"johnny carson" Discussed on 710 WOR
"What's your wrinkle on your back? Broadcasting live live from Beverly Hills and you know, the Noah says on the Johnny Carson of the Cosmetic surgery world here from we're pretty close to Burbank, right? You know how many of you remember Johnny? Yeah. All right. Well, we are here tonight. We'll be back in New York next week and back to the cold. Back. Torto doing the number on your hands. You know they have to recover in the warm weather. That's what this is. This is all about 803 2107 10 is our phone number at W. O R. And how can I How could I talk to you? My audience. It's been won without mentioning Cove it It's been one year. One year since I first talked about it today. This is the one year anniversary. Of the announcement that there was something terrible going on in Wuhan, China. Remember that and people didn't take it seriously. In the beginning, and boy were 300 almost 380,000 deaths later. Can you even imagine it? Can you imagine it's been going on this long? And we're just starting hopefully to turn the corner. Hopefully because we had this terrible period during the holidays where people did not socially distance they did go around with relatives into parties. And they spread the cove it and so many people have died in the last few weeks. Because of it. I hear of many. There was a plastic surgeon in Beverly Hills that died just a couple days ago. The rumor is And it's really just a terrible thing. And I hope you're all staying safe. I did receive the vaccine. Thank goodness. I got my 2nd 2nd dose a couple days ago. I tested positive for antibodies before that, So that's great. The second dose not quite as easy as the first I did get a fever. I got some muscle pains just felt pretty lousy for about two days. But it's now about 2.5 days later and three days later, and I'm back to normal. Thank goodness. A lot of people ask, you know, Should I not get the vaccine? It's experimental. Come on. Now. You know, if you look at this, there's 380,000 people that bay would have begged to have the vaccine. They died from this illness. You want to get the vaccine? If depending on your age group there is, you know about a 1% chance of dying. If you're in your sixties, there's about a 10% chance of dying if you're in your late seventies, and if you're in your eighties, it's even higher. Don't think twice about getting the vaccine. This is a very safe accent. Yeah, there have been seven and if lactic reactions, I don't believe any deaths in the United States. Seven serious reactions in a couple million people who have gotten almost a couple million. I guess it's a million a half now It's a relatively low number. Unless, of course, you have that enough lactic reaction, but The odds are greatly in your favor. I had virtually nothing and, you know, felt a little lousy, but it did did not stop me from going to work. So, so that's good. John. What can I do for you? What's your wrinkle? A Dr Perry. Are you doing pretty good? What can I do for you? Yeah, I have a question regarding Double chin. I know there's a lot of procedures out there and what's the best one you could offer. I mean, your recommendation If you surgery, liposuction or The injection. Okay, Good question. How are you, John? That's for me to actually for someone I know. How is how old is this? Someone you know around 48? I'm sorry. Okay? It's never It's never for you. Is it, John now? I'm kidding. Of course. All right. So is it a A woman or man? John? Woman. I hope she knows you're calling for her, By the way, you know, because that's Yeah, she She was curious about it. And, uh, you know, that's the way you do. You get someone the facelift for Christmas present, if they don't really know they wanted. Is that an insult or that one of you? She was very cute that I'm kidding with you, John. Let's talk about double chins for a few minutes. So as as we get older, we tend to deposit fat in our next. It's one of those ironies of life. You know you you take fat away from where you want it, and you put it where you don't want it. So you know, most women would like maybe a little bit more fat in their breasts or even their buttocks. But Certainly they don't want it in their necks. And neither do men. But it sends that tends to kind of fill up and at the same time our skin begins to relax in the neck, its fins and it begins to billow and the muscles that are in our neck. Those air called the platitudes, MMA muscle. Big, fancy name. Call them the bands of the neck. It's a lot a lot easier to say that word then puts his MMA, but those bands have always been there. But as the skin thins and becomes looser, we tend to see those So as we get older, and if they're your friend is 48 years old. She has kind of a group of symptoms. She's got a little bit of fat probably and a little bit of bands. And she might not even see those bands at this point because they might be underneath the fat and all that put together we call very affectionately, the turkey gobbler the turkey gobbler so What do we have? There's a lot of different ways to treat this now, so if the skin is very resilient If it's stretchy. If it's resilient, and Yeah, 48 is not too old for Lippo Suction, and I called little section on liposuction. So little section is the removal of fact, and I make a quarter inch incision underneath the chin. And little tiny eighth inch incisions under each year, and I used these small tubes to break up and suction out the fat. This is one of the big bang for your buck procedures, and all of cosmetic surgery really is a great procedure. Because in about an hour I can remove. I guess my record is about eight ounces of fat. If you think of an 88 ounce cup, you know, rarely do people have more than that. And if they have more than that, they're probably not good candidates for this procedure. But ain't out eight ounces is ah lot four ounces is more typical of what I removed from the neck and it is a very rapid recovery and a wonderful result. It's an interesting phenomenon about the neck skin, the chin and neck skin that when I remove fat The skin has to re draped over a longer area. I think about this if your neck has kind of a right angle when you're very, very thin, but when you're fat, it's kind of the high pot news of a triangle. You know what I'm talking about? John. Yeah, I think so. I mean, it's eerie circular. If you have a double chin, and it can be that's right. And so that's even more than the high part news of a triangle that long end of high triangle. So we'll remove the fat the skin re drapes and your neck looks significantly better and that works in many people. Certainly if you're 20, that is the operation of choice. If you're 30, it is If you're 40 it still is When you hit 48. We do have to consider that there might be some hanging skin if we do that operation, So we have to be careful and that gets assessed individually. So not everybody is treated the same way at 48 so some can have liposuction. And some can have some require a facelift. Now there are some non invasive treatments and one of those you said injections. So how about injecting that substance that is a bile acid called Chi Bella? Hi, Bella. That's the one that got a lot of publicity a few years ago. Not too much publicity now, um what it does we inject this into the fat. It requires three different treatments about a month apart. It's extremely uncomfortable. I don't do it. I'll tell you why I don't do it in a few minutes, it does dissolve the fat. It destroys the fat. There are cases of uneven fat removal. There are cases of nerve damage from injecting that and in men high percentage, and in one study, I think something like a third of men lost their beards in a very patchy way, so not that all the hair came out..
"johnny carson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Way the team bounced back after Sunday's loss here to Niagara, too. Play. Should have won that game yesterday. You feeling a little different vibe? Oh, yeah? Yeah, definitely way say we're gonna take a step forward in the right direction each night and that's what I've seen in the past. However many games two games and, you know, I see the ship's sound in the right direction. So I'm excited to see where we're going to go and excited to get back at it tomorrow against Ah, sacred heart getting more for be a frank. I don't know It's great having you on you're a natural at this man. If I didn't like, you know, what if I if I come down with something hopefully ain't covert. But whatever it is that come down with something I think I think, but we got our guest star. Uh, yeah. Ed McMahon's gonna be filling in here for Johnny Carson. They don't know that way. There's no way they now. Hey, there's probably only on Lee 25% of our listeners know who that is. So look that up. I had to. Actually, we're talking Saturday night Live stuff coming in here, and I had him pull up some vintage. Saturday Live. How cool That s O. Yeah. We had a good conversation on the way over. But be a thanks for taking time to come on out here and visit with congratulations on the first of many goals as a falcon. Thanks, Coach. Yes. Yeah. Thank you. B And then Nate and Jake. You guys got some tough shoes to fill here after that one. This just give you a little heads up. Our other guests are Nate Horn and Jake Marty, who will be joining us as we continue. We need to take a break here, but we are live in Niagara and Dwyer Arena, home of the Purple Eagles. And tomorrow it's going to be the home of the Falcons because they're the home team as they're playing sacred heart and a makeup game tomorrow afternoon here will have it live and.
David Sedaris on a Career-Spanning Collection
"David sedaris joins us now from new york to talk about his new collection. The best of me david so happy to have you back on the podcast. Oh thanks pamela. So why this book now we should say. This is a collection of of your best work. Why did you decide to do this. Are we generally. I was gonna just do an audio book. And i discussed it with maya thomas who has always been my audio book producer. Just because i get a lot of audiobooks and listened to a lot of books. If i have two choices one audio book is like four hours long and the other one is like thirty five hours long. I usually go with the thirty five hour. And i think most my books are pretty short so i thought oh water night just do whatever. I considered a best work. We'll put it together and so it'll be a longer audio book and then my publisher said. Oh why don't we make it a book ball. And i should just like that. You can caved. is your preference for thirty five hour. Long audiobooks tied to your fit bit habit. Yes it is. You know. I just looked at the count of monte cristo. Because my sister amy head read it. That's fifty four our audio walk. We're could you walk with that. I can cover a lot of ground with account of monte cristo. The last time you were on the podcast it was to talk about your collection theft by finding in which you had many encounters over the years with people on the street and what i enjoy so much in this collection the best of me are they encounters in the airplane. I'm curious now if you're if you're having like a second wave of encounters on the street because you're spending so much time walking around driven by your fit bit around new york. Oh i mean. I'm spending a lot more time on the street but i think because maybe it's because people are wearing masks. We see more disconnected from one. Another i think you know when i did travel during this time it felt so good to be back in an airport so good to be back on an airplane. I felt so at home. And i felt like i back where i you know where i needed to be and backward. I belonged and all of it. You know even the long layover and the crummy hotel. All of it i welcomed it went down for breakfast. I had to go to indiana. And i went downstairs for breakfast and i brought my computer. 'cause i was going to work while at breakfast. Thought you idiot. You can't go breakfast Tell with just your computer because there's going to be two. Tv's playing and there's gonna be music. You need your headphones to blot. All that out hired. I forgotten crazy. How much. I forgot just know the nine months that i wasn't allowed to travel. There are so many great airplane stories in this collection. So it's interesting to hear you say that you miss air travel because of your airplane stories sort of exhibit the worst of humanity and thinking. Probably the most obvious one is standing by which is just a classic. You really do still like air travel because to me it feels like you write about it. It brings out the worst in humanity. Remember when i was yelling. And i would watch like johnny carson and so of the comedians would talk about air travel and i thought gee dot they have anything else talk about. But and then as i grew older i realized. Oh that's what they spend all their time right. So that's where. I spent all my time and so that was why i had so many stories about it but i do think it brings out the course in people and also i think there's a real divide between people who travel a lot and people who don't when i went to north carolina couple months ago. I had a long layover in charlotte. And i said to hugh my boyfriend. Who's with me. Why are all these people traveling now. These people who haven't traveled in years and he said how do you know. They haven't traveled in years. I said there suitcases now like they weren't the suitcases with four wheels on them. There were the suitcases with two wheels. You know that people kind of lazily drag behind them see can trip over them right sign now of amateurs and he but because he doesn't travel that often he didn't know what i was talking about. Are there other ways in which airplane travel has changed that that will make its way into your work since corentin so many people are afraid to travel right now. I feel like bending over backwards to clean things. I mean i. It was interesting in north carolina. The governor put a mask mandate in place. Any just put it in place. And i would say maybe sixty percent of the people in the airport wore masks and the other forty war just really defiant expressions and then i traveled like a month later and then it was ninety. Nine percent of people had masks on. It
Conan O'Brien ending late night talk show in 2021
"Nearly three decades hosting nightly late night shows comedian. Conan o'brien is shutting down his. Tbs show he's moving to a different part of warnermedia. Hbo max for a weekly variety show and he does so with more years on late night than anyone other than johnny carson who beat conan by only two years
Bob Uecker's memories of Johnny Carson
"Conan o'brien is ending his late night. Talk show career. After what six years later. Yes that is correct. He put it out in a tweet. So create if he said in nineteen ninety-three johnny carson gave me the best advice of my career as soon as possible. Get to a streaming platform thrilled that i continue doing. Whatever the hell it is. I do on hbo. Max and i look forward to a free subscription. He will have some type of sketch comedy show on. Hbo max but his late night tv talk show hosting duties will be done in twenty twenty. Conan is brilliant. And we talk more about this. With matt miller to me conan really opened my eyes big time about the tv business and just pretty much anything in show business. That being good is not necessarily the end all be all because when he got the job for the tonight show. After jay leno retired yet he lasted one year then. They bounced him not because he wasn't the same funny creative subversive self. He was in the later time slot. It's just the average. American dummy the ethel and the jerry that live in the you know fly country which we are no offense to us and jerry care. They didn't they didn't care care for his style humor. They wanted something more bland. They wanted more comedic or or or they want right. They want jay leno. jay leno was safe. Jalen was familiar at so he got such a raw deal. But dammit conan is funny as hell kudos to you my friend
Fastest Way to Lose Your Zoom Audience
"When it comes to sound quality i mean i even saw this on american idol. Somebody was doing their little spiel in a stairwell. And it had this fishbowl effect. Well what what should we be focusing on on sound quality. Well it's interesting because people are more apt to let go of the video not being perfect if it was grainy or the lighting wasn't just perfect but the second the audio is off and we can't even hear what it is that the other person's saying we start to two now. So you're right. That would be a stairwell would be The worst choice for I guess second to being underwater for a zoom or video broadcasts right and what we what we should really do is experiment with either. The the headphones that came with your phone or A little microphone. They sell all sorts of external microphones. Whether it's your computer or your ipad or your phone that really can make it. Sound much warmer or richer. I'm staring across the room. I have a fancy microphone. That looks like a johnny carson type. Microphone with the little angle. And i have a little clip on microphone which i often use and right now. I'm using airpods. Which i put into my ears and even before we started i said you which what does this sound. Good this better this way or that way and we go with what works best so yeah audio. Sound quality is very very important. If you lose that you lose people altogether